BEEE 2017 Exam Pattern

April 15, 2017 Plabita

BEEE 2017 Exam PatternBEEE 2017 Exam Pattern - The exam pattern of BEEE 2017 includes the structure of question booklet. The Bharath University has started BEEE 2017 phase-II in pen & paper (P&P) and computer based mode (CBT) mode. The exam is being conducted from April 15 to 18, 2017, in CBT mode and April 15, 2017, in P&P mode. With the help of BEEE 2017 exam pattern, candidates can get an idea of question paper and can make strategy for the exam accordingly. The BEEE exam pattern 2017 will help the candidates to know about various aspects of the question pattern such as the number of questions, subject combination, marking scheme etc. Candidates can check the important details of BEEE 2017 exam pattern in the article below.


BEEE 2017 Exam Pattern

Students preparing for BEEE 2017 must have an understanding of the format of the entrance examination. By knowing the details of BEEE 2017 Exam pattern, prior to the examination, aspirants can prepare for the test in a more impelling way. It will also save candidate’s time in the exam hall, as they will not be required to pay too much attention to the instructions part. Therefore, candidates are advised to go through the format and prepare accordingly for both the phases. The exam pattern of both Phase I and II is similar. Check BEEE 2017 Exam Pattern along with the schedule given below.

Schedule of BEEE 2017 Exam

Phase Mode Exam Date Sessions
Phase I Paper and Pencil Test January 28, 2017 Morning: 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Afternoon: 2:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Phase II Paper and Pencil Test April 15, 2017 Morning: 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Afternoon: 2:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Computer Based Test April 15-18, 2017

Important features of BEEE 2017 Exam Pattern:

Mode of Examination

  • The examination will be conducted in two phases- Phase I and Phase II.
  • Phase I will be held in the offline mode, i.e. it will be a pen and paper based examination.
  • Phase II will be conducted in both offline and online mode.

Total number of Sections: The question paper will consist question from the following sections:

  • Physics
  • Mathematics/Biology
  • Chemistry
  • English

Distribution of Question: The questions will be divided in the following order among the different sections:

  • Physics: 30
  • Chemistry: 30
  • Mathematics/Biology: 30
  • English: 30

Total number of Marks: The question paper will be of 100 marks.

Marking Scheme: Candidates will be allotted 1 mark for the correct response. There is no negative marking for incorrect answer.

Duration: Candidates will be given 2 ½ hours to complete the entire question paper.

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