HCEE Exam 2024: Exam Date, Registration, Eligibility, Exam Pattern, Result Check Now

Haryana Centralized Entrance Exam

Haryana CET (HCEE) is a state level entrance exam take place by the Haryana State Technical Education Society to determine the admission into the various engineering and pharmacy colleges of Haryana. HCEE is THE supremely a tough examination taken by a lot of students wanting further studies in BTech and BPharma courses which are offered in more than fifty colleges which are attached to Haryana University and Chhotu Ram Deenbandhu University of Science & Technology. 

The HCEE tests students in physics, chemistry, mathematics, computer science, or biology which is based on the major they wish to pursue. The exam is objective type, of 180 questions which should be solved in 3 hours. The HCEE score finds its use in student selection by rationing and screening based on merit, reservation policies, and the number of seats available.

Till the date of examination of HCEE 2024 is announced by the related authority, the dates and result timetable is still unrevealed. Yet, according to experience of the last years, I can presume that The HCEE 2024 exam can be held in the second or third week of June 2024. The outcome of the election is likely to be reported between the last week of June to the first week of July in 2024 on our official website, www.hstes.org.in. We would like to request that students keep monitorning the HCEE 2024 exam notification which will be out soon.

HCEE 2024 Highlights

Highlights Details
Name of exam HCEE (Healthcare Common Entrance Examination)
Mode Online
Language English
Conducting Body National Testing Agency (NTA)
Exam Date 24-25 March 2024
Exam Duration 2 hours
Total Questions 125
Total Marks 375
Question Type Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
Eligibility Graduate with at least 60% marks in a Bachelor's degree in any discipline from a recognized university
Application Fee Rs. 1000 (General/OBC/EWS) / Rs. 500 (SC/ST/PwD)

HCEE 2024 Important Dates 

Events Dates
Release of notification February 2024
Last date of application March 2024
Release of admit card April 2024
Exam date 24-25 March 2024
Declaration of results May 2024

HCEE 2024 Examination Pattern 

Section Number of Questions Marks
General Knowledge 50 200
Biology 25 125
Chemistry 25 125
Physics 25 125

HCEE 2024 Cut Off

Category Cut Off
General 125
OBC 110
SC 100
ST 90

HCEE Overview 2024 FAQs

Effective exam preparation involves creating a study schedule, reviewing class notes and textbooks, practicing with sample questions, and seeking clarification on any confusing topics. Ensure you get enough rest and maintain a healthy lifestyle during your preparation.

Time management is crucial. Allocate specific time limits to each section or question, and stick to them. Begin with the questions you find easiest to build confidence, then tackle the more challenging ones.

You typically need to bring your identification (e.g., driver's license, student ID), writing utensils (e.g., pens, pencils), and any allowed materials (e.g., calculator, formula sheet). Check the exam instructions for specific requirements.

The use of calculators depends on the exam. Some exams allow specific types of calculators, while others may not permit them at all. Check the exam rules or contact the exam administrator for clarification.

Being late for an exam can result in penalties, such as a reduced exam time or not being allowed to take the exam at all. Arrive at the exam venue well in advance to avoid any issues.

Most exams do not permit food or drinks in the exam room. Check the exam guidelines to confirm, but it's generally best to consume meals or snacks before or after the exam.

If you encounter a confusing question, don't panic. Try to decipher the question by breaking it down into smaller parts. If you're still uncertain, move on to other questions and return to the challenging one later if time permits.

Read each multiple-choice question carefully and consider all the options before selecting your answer. Eliminate obviously incorrect choices and use educated guesses if needed.

It's advisable to review your answers if time allows. Check for any errors or omissions. However, avoid making unnecessary changes, as they could potentially lower your score.

After finishing the exam, submit it according to the instructions. Relax and avoid discussing the questions with others who haven't taken the exam yet, as this can violate exam integrity rules.

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