DCE CEE 2004 Question Paper
DCE CEE 2004is conducted by the University of Delhi for admission to Bachelor of Engineering Courses for the year 2004 in Delhi College of Engineering (DCE) and Netaji Subhash Institute of Technology (NSIT). DCE CEE 2004 is for the candidates of Delhi region, who have passed from the schools situated within the National Capital Territory of Delhi.
Analysis of DCE CEE 2004 Question Paper
DCE CEE 2004 Question Paper consists of 3 sections
There are total 180 Multiple Choice Questions from the subject Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics with total time duration of duration is of 3 hours that is 180 minutes. Syllabus of DCE CEE 2004is similar as that of CBSE 10+1 and 10+2 Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) syllabus. Each Multiple Choice Question carries 4 marks and there is negative marking for each wrong answer.
Section I: Physics Paper
DCE CEE 2004 Physics paper was quite simpler than the previous year DCE CEE paper. There were 60 Multiple Choice Questions comprises of numerical and theory. Each question carries 4 marks. Due to limited time duration and each question has to be attempted in 1 minute, students need to maintain a good speed, accuracy in physics paper and this can be achieved only with practice.
Section II: Chemistry Paper
DCE CEE 2004 Chemistry Paper was simple and comprised of 60 Multiple Choice Questions from general topics to core concepts. There was 4 marks for each correct answer and negative marking for wrong answer. Students need to practice a lot with inorganic chemistry and organic chemistry. Students should practice from previous year paper to know the trend of DCE CEE 2004 question paper.
Section III: Mathematics Paper
Mathematics paper of DCE CEE 2004contains question of easy level. DCE CEE 2004 Mathematics section also consists of 60 multiple choice questions with 4 marks for each correct answer.Students need to work hard in mathematics section. Student can practice the questions papers from previous years, which help them toimprove the speed and accuracy. Students are advised not to do the guess work in DCE CEE 2004 question paper, since a single wrongly guessed answer can affect their overall rank.