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B.S. Abdur Rahman Crescent Institute of Science and Technology – CIEAT 2019

B.S. Abdur Rahman Crescent – Institute of Science conducts CIEAT ( Crescent Institute Engineering Admission Test ) on an all India level for admissions to its BTech Degree Programmes. The selection of aspirants to the BTech programme is done on the basis of the merit of candidates in both the qualifying examination and Engineering Entrance Examination conducted by the Institute. Candidates who satisfy the eligibility criteria are admitted to the first year BTech programmes through counselling.

CIEAT 2019 Eligibility

Eligibility For B.Tech Programme

  • Candidates should have passed 12th standard examination conducted by State Board / CBSE / ICSE or equivalent examination with a minimum aggregate of 60% marks in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.
  • Candidates should have appeared for the Crescent Institute Engineering Admission Test ( CIEAT 2019 ) or should have a valid score in JEE ( Main ).
  • Candidates who have studied in Regular, Full time and Formal Education alone are eligible to apply.
  • Age Limit : Candidates date of birth should fall on or after 01st July, 1997.

B.Tech Lateral Entry Eligibility

  • Diploma ( 3 years ) in Engineering / Technology awarded by state Board of Technical Education or Equivalent, with a minimum of 60% of marks. ( Or )
  • B.Sc.Degree from recognized university with a minimum of 60% of marks. Mathematics should be one of the subjects of study.
  • Age Limit : Candidates date of birth should fall on or after 01st July, 1997.

CIEAT 2019 Exam Pattern

  • CIEAT 2019 will be conducted in online mode ( computer based ) in all the centres. Candidates will answer a total of 100 objective type questions in a duration of two hours.
  • All questions will carry one mark each and the paper will be valued for a maximum of 100 marks.
  • The questions will be catagorised in four sections, namely, Mathematics, Biology, Physics and Chemistry.
  • Mathematics and Biology sections will have 50 questions. Physics and Chemistry sections had 25 questions.
  • Candidates aspiring for Biotechnology and related programmes have to choose Biology, instead of Mathematics.
  • Each question will be followed by four answers, of which, only one will be correct / most appropriate.
Maths50 questions50 Marks
Physics25 questions25 Marks
Chemistry25 questions25 Marks

Evaluation Pattern

  •  If more than one answer is indicated against a question, it will be treated as “incorrect answer”.
  •  If no response is indicated in the answer sheet against a question, no marks will be awarded.