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Electric ARC #40: DCE 2008 Forms Out!

By on Mar 13, 2008 in Personal | 9 comments

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The Delhi College of Engineering Common Entrance Exam (CEE) 2008 notification is out – one day early. It’s not on their official site – rather, it’s on the site of Netaji Subhash Institute of Technology (NSIT), which I might add, has seen some really groovy quizzers like Rohan Murarka and Ankit Sud among their rolls. Too bad that the ranks needed to get in are quite high, as most parents mollycoddle their children and keep ’em in dear ol’ Delhi.

Click here to download the DCE 2008 Brochure + Form (ZIP archive, ~150 KB)

I’ve gotta say this though – for one of the best tech institutes in the country, the NSIT has a truly awful website, straight out from some 1990s HTML design book.

I also noticed, that DCE’s campus is located at New Delhi pincode 42. Oh well, if I can’t get 42 Nanyang Avenue, here’s something to hope for…

PS – Important update here about DCE registration procedures.


  1. Abhishek Nandakumar

    March 13, 2008

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    The Windows Vista Telephone Activation process involves entering a 42-digit code that Microsoft provides.

    Something interesting, but not something that’d go onto your 42-love list.

  2. GQ

    March 14, 2008

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    @Abhishek: Yes, I do know that. Activated it for my dad. And I didn’t find it funny. It’s simply damn tedious.

  3. Tikna

    March 17, 2008

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    Dude :

    The exam is NOT Delhi College of Engineering Common Entrance Exam (CEE) 2008

    Its the Delhi University Faculty of Technology CEE


    NSIT/DCE CEE , hence its on the nsit site.

  4. GQ

    March 17, 2008

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    @Anon: – is that some kind of official unofficial site? :)

    @Tikna: ‘NSIT / DCE CEE’ – doesn’t that expand to Delhi College of Engineering Common Entrance Exam? Anyway, that’s not the point really, is it…

  5. Tikna

    March 17, 2008

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    no that doesnt, there is a college NSIT too in that , how is it common if you name only one college.

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