What is BCECE

Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination (BCECE) is a state level undergraduate engineering entrance exam conducted annually by Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination (BCECE) Board for admission to around 3000 seats in 8 government and 12 private engineering colleges/universities of Bihar. Approximately 1.25 lakh candidates appear f..Read More

BCECE Important Dates

Tentative Application Date
Tentative Application Date

First week of February

BCECE Exam Insights

Exam Difficulty Level

  • Easy
  • Moderate
  • Difficult
Year 2016
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BCECE Application Details

• To appear in BCECE, candidates have to register themselves online. 

• After registering online, candidates have to pay fee for engineering entrance exam.

• Candidates can complete the online application form only after the deposition of fees.

• Candidates have to send the application form to the office of BCECE with all the enclosures after completing the online application form in all respects like, filling all personal details, depositing the fee, uploading of scanned images etc.


BCECE Eligibility Criteria

• Aspirants of BCECE must be citizens of India.

• They must have passed their 10+2 with minimum of 45% of marks (40% for SC/ST) with subjects Physics, Chemistry Mathematics / Biology as the primary subjects.

• Those, who are going to appear for board exam in current year, can also apply for BCECE.

• There is no age restriction for aspirants to apply for entrance exam.


BCECE Exam Fee

Modes of Payment

Credit Card
Debit Card
Net Banking
Demand Draft

BCECE Exam Pattern

Mode of Exam: Offline
Number of Sections: Three
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BCECE Counselling Details

• BCECE counselling is conducted by BCECE Board on the basis of ranks obtained by candidates in the entrance exam.

• To appear in counselling, candidates have to register themselves online and apply for choice filling.

• Further, the candidates have to report for handwriting test.

• Only after qualifying the handwriting test, qualified candidates can check for the final seat allotment and can download their allotment letter.

• After successful completion of counselling and downloading allotment letter, candidates must report to the allotted institutes for admission, fee deposition and document verification.


More Insights About BCECE Exam

Scoring Pattern of Students

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Geographical Diversity

Top Following States

  • Bihar
  • Delhi

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Academic Performance of Exam Followers

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