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DCMTE Dehradun , Drona's College of Management & Technical Education, Dcmte, Dehradun, Drona college of engineering Uttarakhand


Drona’s College of Management & Technical Education (DCMTE), Dehradun located in a peaceful location near Sahstradhara the famous picnic spot of Dehradun, nestled in a huge area (more than 10 Acres), offers the best education in the field of Management, Science & Technology, Mass Communication, Media Management and Teaching Management. The college is running under the aegis Drona’s International School Society, which is registered under the Society Registration Act 1860. The college is unique in its kind with eminent, highly qualified professionals, scientists and academicians from India & abroad.


The college is affiliated to Uttarakhand Technical University, Dehradun (for B. Tech Courses) and affiliated to B++ accredited H.N.B. Garhwal Central University, Srinagar, Uttarakhand for other courses & is duly approved by the Uttarakhand Government. The course contents, taught are approved by B.O.S. (Board of Studies) and academic council of the University.


Since the Job Scenario is ever changing and depends upon technological advancement and growth of business & trade, abilities & aptitude. Students all over the country have come under the great pressure to select & perform in subjects due to parental /social /economic reasons that may not intrinsically be of their personal interest & choice. There is a strong need to bring out the best from individual personality.


This great purpose requires selection of appropriate courses which should always be in consonance with the interest and hidden potentialities of the students.


DCMTE has accepted this challenge of higher education and is ready to cater to the educational needs of different socio-economic strata of society with moderate expenses. So the management of the Institute invites potential students to join DCMTE and feel the difference.


Admission to the Ist year B. Tech. shall be done through the counseling which will be conducted by the Uttarakhand Technical University on the basis of AIEEE 2011 Rankings and for Meritorious 10+2 passed Students (PCM Group Only).

Admission to the IInd year B. Tech. (IIIrd semester) through lateral entry for 3 year Diploma holder / B.Sc. (PCM ) passed Candidate shall be done through Counseling to be conducted by Uttarakhand Technical University on the basis of merit obtained in the Uttarakhand Technical University-Entrance-Examination (UKSEE 2011).


"The application form can be download from the Institute website & duly completed form Shall be Submitted on due date"


The Uttarakhand quota is 50% of the seats and All India quota is 35% of the approved intake. 15% seats are in the Management quota. Admission against the Management Quota seats, in each programme will be done in the Institute directly on the basis of merit drawn amongst those who get themselves registered with the Institute. The application form can be downloaded from the Institute’s website and duly-completed form shall be submitted to the Institute .

Interested candidates are advised to get themselves registered with the Institute at the earliest. The eligibility criterion for each programme is given below. Those appearing in the qualifying examination this year are also eligible to apply but they will have to complete the eligibility requirement before the admission time.

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    1. Plan your study schedule such that you finish the entire syllabus or the most part of it at least two months before the date of the exam.
    2. Try and study all the three subjects every day rather than picking up one subject a day or per week. Divide time between the subjects and then continue your studies on all three fronts.
    3. Read Novels and articles online for building stamina on the screen.
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    I finished my preparation much before, what should I do?

    Do the books again.

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    These are exams exactly on the pattern of the CAT paper which students around the country give to assess their capabilities and preparation level.

    Which all institutes provide these tests?

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    2 month before – Finished with my syllabus. This is how it follow from here:

    1) Monday – You give the exam

    2) Tuesday – You get the result and start analysis. Ideally, if the mock takes 2 and a half hour, you should spend 5 hours while analyzing. You start analyzing the questions you did, did not do and which you did but got wrong and see the reasons to it.

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