JEE MAIN 2019 NEWS
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JEE Main (Joint Entrance Exam) is a national level, top most exam in India for the aspirants who want to get admission in the undergraduate programmes in the field of engineering,architecture or other technological courses.JEE Main is conducted by the CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) in both online and offline mode. It is an exam consisting of 2 tier:JEE Main and JEE Advanced.
JEE Main consists of two papers that are: Paper-1: - this is an exam which is conducted for the aspirants who want to get admission in the engineering programmes (BE/B.Tech) and Paper-2: for the candidates aspiring for architecture programmes (B.Arch./B. Planning). The candidates who qualify the JEE Main can then sit for the JEE Advanced. The JEE Maineligible candidates can then get admission in various NITs (National Institutes of Technology),IIITs (Indian Institutes of Information Technology) and other Centrally funded technical institutions (CFTIs) located across India
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For the year of 2017, a few changes have been made in the JEE Main Exam. Mentioned below are the tentative changes that might be made in the exam:
This year the exam of JEE Main will be conducted in the month of April, right now the dates have not been announced yet. Hence, the aspiring candidate should make sure he/she keeps a close check on the JEE Main Important Dates. They are required to regularly visit the official website of JEE Main for the latest updates for the same. The form for the exam will be available online only but the exam will be conducted in both online and offline mode.
The candidate should thoroughly go through the JEE Main Application Process before deciding to move to the next level. They will initially have to go through the Process and then fill in the JEE Main Application Form accordingly. The candidate will then be issued the JEE Main Admit Card and the candidate will sit for the exam at their JEE Main Examination Center as mentioned on the Admit card
|Name of the Event||Dates of the Event|
|Notification on Official Website||November 2016|
|Online Application Form||January 2017|
|Last Date of Submission (Online)||January 2017|
|Last Date to pay Fee for the form (Debit/ Credit Card)||January 2017|
|Last Date to pay Fee for the form (e-challan)||January 2017|
|Admit Card Availability||March 2017|
|JEE Main Offline Examination||First week of April 2017|
|JEE Main Online Examination (Computer Based)||Second week of April 2017|
|Answer Key Availability||April 2017|
|Result Declaration||Last week of April 2017|
|Counselling||First week of July 2017|
The candidates are supposed to visit the official website so as to see the Application form for JEE Main and then fill the same. The application form is available online only. As the procedure is supposed to be done online, the candidates need not submit any documents to any of the authorities. Mentioned below are the steps in brief to be followed by the candidates to get themselves registered:
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The candidates should know that the JEE Main Admit Card will be available for download only from the second week of March 2017 (tentatively). Candidates must log in to access and download the same. Only candidates who have filled their application form successfully and paid the fees will be able to download the Admit Card. They have to go through the below mentioned steps to successfully download their Admit Card:
Candidates who are appearing for their Class XII in 2017 or for improvement in 2017 must enter their Class XII Roll No. before downloading and printing their admit card.
As there has been a little bit of change in the JEE Main Eligibility Criteria, but as of now there has been no notification regarding any changes in the syllabus for this year. The syllabus for JEE Main as we know is prescribed and given by the authorities. Candidates must study the given topics in detail to prepare well for the JEE Main exam. The syllabus is generally a mix of the class XI and XII syllabus of the school boards. Candidates will have to study and prepare accordingly.The Syllabus for JEE Main will be available for Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and students will have to prepare from that accordingly.
|JEE Main Syllabus||JEE Main Exam Pattern||JEE Main Paper Analysis|
The candidates who want to know more about the JEE Main Syllabus can visit the link mentioned below for a better understanding.
JEE Main Syllabus
The candidates should now keep the following points in their mind:
Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Advanced is the second stage exam that comes after the CBSE, JEE Main. A JEE Main eligible candidate can only give this exam.The exam also consists of 2 Papers: Paper-1 and Paper-2 and both of them are supposed to be attempted by the candidate. The medium of answering the exam can be in Hindi or English.
The candidate gets 2 attempts and he/ she has to give the exam consecutively. And unlike JEE Main where a candidate gets an option to give it through online or offline mode,JEE Advanced is supposed to be given through Offline Mode i.e. both the exams will be paper based only. JEE Main tests the candidates speed of solving problems, whereas JEE Advanced tests the logical skills of the candidate, based on their conceptual knowledge of the subject.
JEE Main score acts as an eligibility criterion for the candidate who wants to sit for the JEE Advanced exam. If the candidates clear the cut off JEE Main, they can then go for JEE Advanced. The candidate should make sure to first go through the JEE Advanced Eligibility Criteriaand then look forward to the Application Process.
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