CEETA PG 2024 is conducted by AU Chennai. Now you can know all about Common Engineering Entrance Test and Admission Post Graduate (CEETA PG) exam date, application form, syllabus from here on aglasem.com. To start with, CEETA PG is a State level Engineering entrance exam that is held by Anna University. Moreover, purpose of this exam is to do admission in University Departments, Constituent Colleges of Anna University, Annamalai University and Government Engineering Colleges in ME, M.Tech, M.Arch, M.Plan. Therefore if you are preparing for CEETA PG exam, then you should check eligibility at tancet.annauniv.edu, apply, then download admit card, solve previous year question papers, and check answer key, result.
What is CEETA PG exam?
The CEETA PG 2024 is an entrance exam for admission to ME, M.Tech, M.Arch, M.Plan, in University Departments, Constituent Colleges of Anna University, Annamalai University and Government Engineering Colleges. Here CEETA PG is short for Common Engineering Entrance Test and Admission Post Graduate. It is moreover a State level test organized by AU Chennai i.e. Anna University.
CEETA PG – An Overview
The important highlights of this exam are as follows.
|Name of Exam||CEETA PG|
|CEETA PG Full Form||Common Engineering Entrance Test and Admission Post Graduate|
|More Exams Of This Type||Engineering Entrance Exams|
|Scale Of This Exam||State Level|
|State or Region For Which This Exam Is Most Relevant||Tamil Nadu|
(note – this does not indicate domicile requirement.
it only refers to states or regions where score
accepting colleges are situated)
|Organization That Holds This Exam||AU Chennai|
|AU Chennai Full Form||Anna University|
|Programs or Courses Where Admission Is Through This Test||ME, M.Tech, M.Arch, M.Plan|
|Colleges or Universities Where Admission Is Through This Test||University Departments, Constituent Colleges of Anna University, Annamalai University and Government Engineering College|
You can check the CEETA PG 2024 exam pattern as per its announcement at tancet.annauniv.edu. Last year the exam pattern was as follows.
- Mode of Exam – The exam is a Offline OMR Based Test.
- The question paper will have three parts.
- Part-I and Part-II are compulsory
- Under Part-III the candidates have to answer the section which has been chosen at the time of registration.
- If a candidate appears for different section, Part – III will not be evaluated.
Marking Scheme –
- Candidates get +1, marks for correct answer.
- And negative marks is -1/3 for incorrect answers
- Marks will not be deducted for the questions left unanswered.