To be eligible, you should be a graduate in any discipline from a course with a minimum three years duration, from a recognized university. In case you belong to a reserved category, you need a minimum aggregate of 45%. Otherwise, your minimum should be 50%, overall. If you are applying for admission into the MCA programme, the eligibility criteria are the same, but you should also have studied Mathematics as a core subject in the 10+2 level. If you are appearing for your final degree examination, you are also eligible to appear for ICET 2014.
Exam pattern and syllabus
The examination is 2.5 hours (150 minutes) long, and there will be 200 questions. There are three sections in the examination: Analytical Ability, Mathematical Ability, and Communication Ability.
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You should bring a Ball Point Pen (Blue or Black) to write the ICET 2014, it being a pen-paper test.
Selection will be based on this, as candidates will be short listed based on their performance in ICET's examination. If you are short listed, you will have to participate in the common counseling process, which is conducted by APSCHE.