Organisation : Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham
Exam Name : AEEE 2021
Announcement : AEEE Phase 1 Exam Result
Exam Date : April 17 and 18, 2021
Website : https://www.amrita.edu/
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Amrita AEEE Phase 1 Exam Result
The Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham has declared results for AEEE 2021 phase I exams.
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How To Check Result?
Just follow the simple steps mentioned below to know the result of AEEE Phase 1 Exam
Step-1 : Go to the link https://aoap.amrita.edu/cap/index/
Step-2 : Enter your Email ID
Step-3 : Enter your Password
Step-4 : Click on Sign In button to know the result
AEEE Second Phase
The second phase of AEEE 2021 is scheduled to be conducted from June 11 to14, 2021. The Examination of 2nd phase will be conducted in remote proctored mode as well as in the Computer Based Test.’
Applicants interested to reappear in the Second / Third Phase of the AEEE exam to improve their score need to register with paying INR 600.00. However, the applicants who were absent in the phase 1 examination can attend Phase 2 examination without paying the registration fee.
The authorities will conduct the AEEE 2021 counselling in offline mode. It means candidates will have to report to the counselling centres in person. In order to participate in the counselling, candidates will have to first download their counselling letters which will be available on the official website. After downloading the call letter, candidates will have to report to their counselling centre on the scheduled date and time.
Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham has already intimated the AEEE 2021 syllabus and scheme of the exam. The question paper, consisting of a total of 60 questions, is based on the four subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English.
Each of these subjects consists of 15, 10, 30 and 5 multiple-choice questions (MCQs), respectively. Candidates must note that incorrect answers are liable for a deduction of 1 mark each while correct answers are awarded 3 marks each. The exam is conducted for a total duration of 90 minutes.
Candidates are also advised to solve AEEE sample papers and mock tests before the exam. Those who may have opted to appear in CBT instead of the remote proctored test are also advised to be extra careful and abide by all COVID-19 safety protocols including social distancing at the exam centre, use of mask, hand gloves and sanitisers and refraining from sharing personal items with others.