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CDAC CCEE (CDAC Centralised End Module Exam) is the exam every CDAC students has to clear at the end of of cdac course in order to get CDAC certificate & also to be eligible for CDAC Centralised Placements Program.

How important are CDAC CCEE score?
CDAC CCEE marks are extremly important for placement & they affect both the number of interview calls & salaries offered by companies by a lot. Following are the different contexts from which you will get to know how much these marks will affect your placement chances.

case I (Your undergrad academics is good but cdac ccee score is low):
You will get calls from some mass recruiter companies like Cybage & atos. But, the salaries of these companies are comparitively low.
The product based big companies & startups probably will not consider you for placement.
case II (your undergrad academics is low & you have good ccee score)
Big product companies & mass recruiters will not consider you. But, you still get enough calls from small companies & startups with good salaries.
case III (both your undrgrad academics & ccee score is low)
You are now in trouble. You will get very less calls from companies.

The average cdac ccee score is 180. The cdac ccee score above 200 can be regarded as good.
CDAC CCEE End Module Exam pattern
CDAC End Module Exam (CCEE) consist of 8 modules & every module has 40 questions for one mark each. So, total full marks for the exam are 320. The CDAC End Module Exam (CCEE) don't have negative marking. You have to score atleast 20 marks in each module to pass that module.
The java module is toughest of all. Even after failing in some modules, you will be given one chance to retake exam for that module. But, if you fail in 2nd attempt, you will not get one more chance & will loose placement chance.
The CDAC CCEE consist of following modules.
1.OOP with c++ programming
2.Algorithm & Data Structures
3. Database Technalogies
4.Java Technalogies
5.MS .net Technalogies
6.Operating System Concepts
7.Software Engineering
8.Advanced Web Programming

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