Admissions to all PG Diploma courses are done through C-DAC's Common Admission Test (C-CAT) that will be conducted in
computerised mode physically at C-DAC’s test centres.
The entrance exam (C-CAT) is structured with an objective of preparing the candidates for the furhter PG courses as well. It is highly recommended that one should prepare for C-CAT thoroughly to get a good rank in C-CAT as well as to create the foundation of knowledge that will help them perform better in the further PG courses.
Considering the negative marking system of C-CAT, one should prepare very thoroughly as well as be very clear about the concepts. Our preparatory training program is designed to handle all these challenges in actual examination.
Considering current limitations for conducting classroom trainings as well as limitted days available for preparation, we are offering training in Study From Home mode. Training for modules related to programming (like C, C++ and DS ) would be provided in live online sessions conducted through ZOOM meetings. Here participants can interact with the trainer directly in the zoom meeting to get their doubts calrified.
For other modules which are mainly theorotical in natire (like Operating Systems, Computer fundamentals, Aptitude Skills), pre-recorded videos will be made availalbe in the student login. Interactive live revision sessions will be arranged through ZOOM meetings, on weekends for revision and doubt solving.
3 practice MCQ exams for technical modules and 2 practice MCQ exams for Aptitude skills, will be conducted online.
We are offering this at a fees of Rs. 9600/- (Classroom training), Rs. 8400/- (Online training),
CCAT Test Papers
C-CAT has three sections (Section A, Section B, Section C) of one hour duration each. The medium of C-CAT is English.
Every section in C-CAT will have 50 objective-type questions. Each question will have four choices as possible answers of which only one will be correct. There will be +3 (plus three) marks for each correct answer, -1 (minus one) for each wrong answer, and 0 (zero) marks for each un-attempted question. The maximum mark a candidate can obtain in any one section of CCAT is 150.
|Section A||English, Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning||1 Hr|
|Section B||Computer Fundamentals, C Programming, Data Structures,Object Oriented Programming Concepts, Operating Systems||1 Hr|
|Section C||Computer Architecture, Digital Electronics, Microprocessors||1 Hr|