Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham - AEEE 2021 will be conducted in online mode with Remote Proctoring & in Computer Based Test mode at Selected cities. The test will be of 90 minutes duration with 60 questions.
* Between April 07 & 15, 3 days (Remote Proctored Examination) (Secured)
* Between May 07 & 15, 3 days (Remoted Procotored Examination) (Secured) + Centre Based Examination.
* Between June 10 & 20, 4 days (Remoted Procotored Examination) (Secured)
AEEE will be conducted in three phases in the month of April, May & June, 2021.
Ccandidate can attend the exam in any one of the phases i.e either in April, May, June, 2021.
Remote Proctored Examination (Secured)
Remote Proctored Examination can be attended from home on a laptop / PC with good internet connectivity. It is important to have a webcam connected to the computer. The examination will be proctored remotely by the university staff.
Centre Based Test (CBT)
Centre Based Examination (CBE) will be conducted only in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu & Telangana States. University will take all precautionary measures to ensure social distancing at examination centres and will have a proper disinfection system in place.
AEEE 2021 Timings :
09:30 - 11:00 AM, 12:30 - 02:00 PM, 03:30 - 5:00 PM (Slot Bookings will be opened in advance before the first phase of examination).
Important Note : Above may change depending on the rules & policies announced by the competent authorities.
Use of Mobile phones, electronic calculator, notebooks etc. is strictly prohibited in the examination hall.
AEEE 2021 EXAM PATTERN
|2.||Duration||90 Mins (1.5 Hrs).|
* Physics - 15 Questions
* Chemistry - 10 Questions
* Mathematics - 30 Questions
* English - 5 Questions
|4.||Type of Questions||Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) or Objective Questions|
|5.||Total Number of Questions||60|
* For Every correct answer, 3 Marks will be awarded
* For Every wrong answer, 1 Mark will be deducted
The requests for change of test centre will not be entertained under any circumstances. In this regard, the decision of the Admission Committee will be final. However, if the number of aspirants for appearing for CBT is less than minimum capacity in a centre on a particular date then there is a chance that all such candidates may be allotted last day of the computer-based examination in the same city.