BCECEB extends application deadline for DCECE 2020 till 2 July; last date for submitting fee is 4 July

The Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (BCECEB) has extended the last date for submitting applications for DCECE till 2 July

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BCECEB extends application deadline for DCECE 2020 till 2 July; last date for submitting fee is 4 July

The Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (BCECEB) has extended the last date for submitting applications for DCECE till 2 July. The BCECEB earlier pushed back the last date till 28 June.

The last date of fee payment through challan after submission of payment is 3 July, while the deadline for paying application fee via online mode is 4 July. Submitted application forms can be edited from 5 to 8 July.

Those who want to apply can do so by visiting the official website of the board at bceceboard.bihar.gov.in.

Diploma Certificate Entrance Competitive Exam (DCECE) is held for admission to various professional courses of medical, engineering and agricultural streams in the institutions of Bihar.

The BCECEB has also informed that the server will not function from 7.30 pm on 26 June till 7.30 am on 29 June due to maintenance.

BCECEB extends application deadline for DCECE 2020 till 2 July last date for submitting fee is 4 July

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The dates for releasing the admit cards and holding the DCECE 2020 will be notified later.

DCECE 2020 was initially scheduled to be conducted on 19 and 20 April, but got postponed due the coronavirus lockdown, reported NDTV.

DCECE exam pattern

DCECE, a pen-paper based exam, is conducted separately for engineering, paramedical courses and paramedical dental. The exam for PPE and PE (Engineering) asks questions from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The paper contains 30 questions of each subject and is of 450 marks.

The exam for paramedical courses has questions from General Science, Hindi, English, General Knowledge and Quantitative Aptitude. It also has 90 questions and carries 450 marks.

On the other hand, the paper for paramedical dental tests the candidate’s knowledge of Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Biology, Hindi, English and General Knowledge. There are total 90 questions and the test is of 450 marks.

How to apply

Candidates who have already registered on the website of the BCECEB bceceboard.bihar.gov.in can fill the form by signing in. On the other hand, those who have not created a log in account will have to first do so by selecting the course for which they want to apply and providing the required details like name, date of birth, mobile number and email ID, among others. After successfully creating the log in account, fill the form and upload signature and photograph in the prescribed format. Pay application fee and take printout of the filled application.

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