AIEEE 2012 To Be Held On 29 April 2012

The Eleventh All India Engineering Entrance Examination AIEEE will be held on April 29, 2012 (Sunday) as per the notification released by CBSE. AIEEE is an entrance test for admission ino NITs, IIITs, Deemed Universities and Few State Funded Institutes for admissions into Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) or Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch) courses.

Every year close to 1200,000 students appear for AIEEE, for AIEEE 2011 the number of candidates registered was 11,14,880 and for AIEEE 2010 the number was 11,18,148 students. The total number of seats across all participating institutes will be approximately 28000 for engineering and 1000 seats for architecture.

AIEEE 2012 will be held on a mass scale hence candidates are requested by CBSE to get familiar with online exam pattern. The tenth AIEEE was a mess due to paper leak issue and few candidates had to take the test once again, You can read about the information using the below links.

https://blog.careermitra.com/2011/05/aieee-2011-paper-leak-lucknow-created-panic/

https://blog.careermitra.com/2011/05/test-applicants-aieee-2011/

What do you think CBSE should do to prevent issues like paper leak next year? Leave your thoughts!

Source: CBSE Website

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11 thoughts on “AIEEE 2012 To Be Held On 29 April 2012”

  1. Offline centres Cancellation of AIEEE-2012 in big cities

    Notification for All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE) – 2012 has already been done by Central Board of Secondary Education ( CBSE) and date of examination : 29th April, 2012 for offline exam and May 7th to 26th, 2012 online examination . This is first time when all offline examination centres of AIEEE have been removed from metro & other many big cities throughout the country, though in last year both online & offline centres were there. All AIEEE-2012 appearing students from nearest districts of those metro / big cities will have to sit for on-line exam only – because no other option remains with them. Existing offline centres are too far for their ability to reach. E.g. in West Bengal there are only two offline centres, one at Durgapur & other at Siliguri. Further, those students are not used to operate even the computer, as in their time from class I to XII, computer subject was not mandatory in many state board curriculum.
    Also there are so many hazards for on-line examination like :i)Computer server may be down at time of examination. ii) here examinees are bound to answer serially, don’t get further chance for answering harder or critical questions later when he/she can memorize again.

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