BCECE Eligibility Criteria 2018 - The eligibility criteria of BCECE 2018 defines certain conditions of age, nationality and academic qualification among others that applicants need to fulfill in order to appear in BCECE 2018. As per BCECE eligibility criteria 2018, candidates who have passed or appeared 10+2 or an equivalent examination with 45% (40% for reserved categories) can appear in BCECE 2018. The application form of BCECE 2018 will be out in the second week of February and the exam will be held offline in the third week of June 2018. Before filling the application form, candidates are advised to ensure that they satisfy the BCECE eligibility criteria 2018. Candidates will be disqualified from the exam on occasion of failing to meet the BCECE 2018 eligibility criteria. BCECE 2018 is conducted by Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (BCECEB) for candidates willing to pursue UG engineering courses in around 14 member institutions. The state level entrance examination will facilitate admission to around 16 B.E./B.Tech courses filling approximately 3000 seats. To know more about BCECE eligibility criteria 2018, go through the article that follows.
The BCECEB has defined certain conditions that candidates need to fulfill to take admission in various engineering institutes in Bihar through BCECE 2018. Candidates found ineligible at any stage will not be allowed to participate in the admission process. There will be no refund of the application fee either. Candidates must ensure go through BCECE 2018 eligibility criteria given below before filling the application form:
Nationality: Candidates must be citizens of India to appear in BCECE 2018.
Age limit: Candidates of all ages can appear in the examination.
As per BCECE eligibility criteria 2018, candidates who have passed or appeared 10+2 or an equivalent examination are eligible to appear in BCECE 2018. The academic qualification are detailed in the table below.
Educational qualification for BCECE
|1||Qualifying Examination (QE)||Class XII or equivalent examination|
|2||Compulsory subjects in QE||Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics|
|3||Marks in QE (Unreserved category)||45%|
|4||Marks in QE (Reserved category)||40%|
Candidates need to be physically fit in order to take admission to BCECE 2018 participating institutes. A medical checkup (chargeable) will be conducted during the admission process for candidates who have qualified the exam.
BCECE Reservation of seats 2018
Qualified candidates belonging to Bihar are eligible to claim admission under BCECE 2018 reservation of seats. The list of category wise BCECE reserved seats based on last year’s data is given below. The article will be updated as soon as BCECE Board releases any information regarding BCECE 2018 reservation criteria.
BCECE 2018 reservation of seats
|S.No.||Category and code||Reservation|
|1||General (GEN)||50 %|
|2||Scheduled Caste (SC)||16 %|
|3||Scheduled Tribe (ST)||1 %|
|4||Extremely Backward Caste (EBC)||18 %|
|5||Backward Caste (BC)||12 %|
|6||Reserved Category Girls (RCG)||3 %|
|7||Disabled Quota (DQ)||3 %|
|8||Service Men's Quota (SMQ)||Subject to vacancies in member institutes|
BCECE is a state level entrance examination conducted by Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (BCECEB) for admissions to 16 B.E./B.Tech courses offered by around 14 participating institutions. BCECE is conducted offline in two stages of 600 and 1200 marks, covering questions from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Based on BCECE 2018 result, candidates will be called for counselling and seat allotment processes for admission into nearly 3000 seats in the member institutions.