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DU CATE 2012 Entrance Exam

The DELHI University Combined Aptitude Test for English (CATE) 2012 is entrance examination for BA Hons in English Admission offered by DU Colleges. In past academic year 2012 there were nearly 10000 candidates who applied for DU CATE. Following given list of DU Colleges Participating on CATE 2012

  •     Bharti College
  •     Delhi College of Arts & Commerce
  •     Satyawati College
  •     Hindu College
  •     Indraprastha College for Women
  •     Janki Devi Mahavidayalaya
  •     Kamla Nehru College
  •     Kirori Mal College
  •     Lady Shri Ram College
  •     Maharaja Agrasen College
  •     Miranda House
  •     Rajdhani College
  •     Satyawati College (Evening)
  •     Shaheed Bhagat Singh College
  •     Shivaji College
  •     Shyam Lal College
  •     Shyama Prasad Mukherjee College
  •     Swami Shradhanand College
  •     Vivekananda College
  •     Zakir Husain College
  •     Arts Faculty (North Campus)
  •     Arts Faculty (South Campus)

CATE 2012 Application Form can be purchased and submitted to these colleges.

CATE 2012 Important Dates

  • Sale and Receipt of Farms at Designated Centers 25 May to 4 June 2012
  • CATE Entrance Test Date 9 June, 2012
  • CATE Result 25 June 2012

DU CATE 2012 Eligibility Criteria- Minimum qualification is pass in 10+2 examination. For more details obtain DU CATE Appplication Brochure from the desiganted colleges or Click Here to read Online. The Price of DU CATE 2012 Application material is Rs 350/-.

DU CATE 2012 Exam Pattern

CATE is designed to test a candidate's aptitude for BA (H) English. The question paper will consist of two parts. Part A will comprise of multiple choice questions (MCQs) and Part B will comprise of descriptive type questions (comprehension and essay/creative writing). Candidates will have to attempt both parts of the question paper in the same sitting. In any case, it must be noted that only those candidates who qualify in Part A will have their Part B scripts evaluated.

The final aptitude quotient which is known as the CATE score, will be determined by collating the class 12th Examination marks(best of four subjects) and the CATE marks on a ratio of 30:70. A merit list is then compiled on the beasis of the collation The participating colleges will admit candidates to the course on the basis of cut-off points declared by them after the CATE scores are announced.

Students appearing for CATE 2012 Examination are invited to send us CATE question papers. Entries will be published on first come first basis along with your short bio.

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