JEE Main 2020: Dates, Registration, Eligibility, Admit Card, Syllabus, Pattern, Results

Exam Date : April 5, 2020 To April 11, 2020
Result Date : April 30, 2020

JEE Main is the national level engineering entrance exam for students applying for admission in leading colleges of India like the IITs and NITs. The Exam is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) for students seeking admissions in B.E and B.Tech courses based on their JEE Main Score.

**JEE Main 2020 Results and Final Answer key for B.Arch & B.Planning released**

In any given year, candidates are entitled to attempt the JEE Mains exam twice and the best score will be considered for admission. JEE Main 2020 registration procedure, preparation tips, and steps to check the jee results are discussed below.

What is JEE Main?

The full form of JEE is the Joint Entrance Examination. It is a national level entrance examination conducted by NTA for admission into Engineering (BE/ B.Tech) and Architecture (B.Arch/ B.Plan) in top NITs, IIITs and CFTIs, SFIs, State Engineering Colleges for the Participating States and other Participating Institutions.

National Testing Agency (NTA) has been developed as a premier, autonomous, specialist and self-sustained testing organization to conduct entrance examinations for admission in top educational institutions.

  • Frequency: The exam is conducted twice a year in January and April.
  • Exam Paper: The examination will be conducted in two individual papers i.e. Paper I - Engineering (BE/ B.Tech) Paper-II - Architecture (B.Arch/ B.Plan).
  • Counselling Process: Joint Seat Allocation Authority has the authority to conduct the counselling process for the participating institutes.

The following table shows the overview highlights for JEE Main 2020.

JEE Main 2020 at a glance
Exam Name Joint Entrance Examination Main
Acronym JEE Main
Conducting Body National Testing Agency (NTA)
Level National
Category Undergraduate
Frequency Twice a Year (January & April)
Exam Date (April) 5 April 2020, 7 April 2020, 9 April 2020 and 11 April 2020
Mode Online i.e. Computer-based Test (CBT) & Offline i.e. Pen & Paper-based Test (PBT) only for (Drawing)
Question Type Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ), Drawing
Duration 3 hours i.e. 180 minutes
Marking Scheme +4 mark for the Correct Answers -1 Mark for Wrong Answers
Medium English, Hindi, and Gujarati
Official Website https://jeemain.nta.nic.in
Helpline Number 7042399521, 7042399525, 7042399526

JEE Main Courses Offered

Clearing JEE Main will help a student pursue different engineering degree programs in various IITs and NITs. The table below shows the important courses offered through the JEE Mains exam.

JEE Main Courses Offered
Streams Courses
Engineering BE
B.Tech
Architecture B.Arch
B.Plan

JEE Main Exam Paper Analysis

JEE Main exam for January sessions starting from April 5, 2020 to April 11, 2020 has been completed. A detailed analysis of the exam papers is given below.

Paper 1, Jan 6, 2020 (Forenoon Shift)

  • Paper was of moderate difficulty.
  • Students found more questions based on the 11th standard syllabus and the Mathematics section was comparatively harder.
  • The general aptitude section had 3D based images and questions where the top view of an object was given and the student has to pick the right option.
  • Mathematics section had questions from coordinate geometry and matrices, these were tricky but not tough.
  • Drawing section had landscape related questions. This section also included a question where the students had to draw a gymnast and incorporate cylinders to make a composition.
  • Drawing section had two questions that were time-consuming.
  • General aptitude consisted of questions based on mental aptitude and very few theoretical questions. There were questions related to the Konark temple in this section.

Paper 2, Jan 6, 2020 (Afternoon Shift)

  • The mathematics section of this paper was difficult. It included questions from probability, conic sections, and coordinate geometry.
  • The aptitude section had questions where the students had to look at an image and say how it looks from various views.
  • The B-planning questions had topics related to minister and Government related questions.
  • The drawing section was rated to be an easy/moderate difficulty.
  • The offline mode consisted of questions based on drawing a building and the aesthetic use of equilateral triangles.
  • Section 3 also had questions pertaining to coordinates and vector equations of sides. It also included questions about the Architect of the LIC building.

Paper 1, Jan 7, 2020 (Forenoon Shift)

  • Students have reported that the paper was of moderate difficulty, where the students found that the Chemistry section was comparatively easier than the Physics and Mathematics sections.
  • There were a total of five numerical questions in each of the sections. In the paper, various integer related questions were also present.
  • The physics section had questions related to thermodynamics, electrostatics, wave optics, and RBT.
  • The chemistry section had theory-based questions and they were from the NCERT textbooks.
  • Questions from Inorganic Chemistry and Organic Chemistry were comparatively harder than the questions from Physical Chemistry.
  • The Mathematics section had questions based on circles, probability, FOG matrices, and permutation and combination.

Paper 2, Jan 7, 2020 (Afternoon Shift)

  • The paper was a moderate level of difficulty. Mathematics was the hardest and Chemistry was the easiest. Physics was in a moderate-difficult level.
  • Students felt that this paper had some time constraints.
  • The paper mostly contained topics in the 12th Standard NCERT syllabus. The Physics section covered topics from the 11th Standard syllabus too.
  • The Physics section had conceptual questions that included topics like Newton’s first law of cooling, modern Physics, and current electricity.
  • The Chemistry section was the easiest and contained questions straight out of the NCERT books. There was a higher percentage of questions from Inorganic Chemistry.
  • Topics such as thermochemistry, PH based questions were also covered.
  • The Mathematics section was the hardest and the problems given were time-consuming.
  • The topics covered in the Mathematics section included conic sections, integers, and circles and tangents.

Paper 1, Jan 8, 2020 (Forenoon Shift)

  • The paper was again of a moderate level of difficulty with Chemistry being an easy section for all the students. However, some students said they found Physics harder than the Mathematics section in today’s paper.
  • The Mathematics section was harder than last year’s paper as there were more calculus and coordinate geometry-based questions.
  • Most of the numerical type questions were said to be lengthy.
  • Most of the questions in this paper tested the conceptual clarity of the students and were also memory based questions.
  • This paper, just like yesterday’s paper, had most of the questions from the NCERT books.

Paper 1, Jan 8, 2020 (Afternoon Shift)

  • The paper was again of a moderate to difficult level. There were some basic but tricky questions.
  • The Mathematics section was of moderate difficulty but was lengthy.
  • A majority of the students again found that the Physics section was harder than the Mathematics section.
  • There was an equal balance between the topics covered in the 11th and 12th syllabus.
  • In this paper, however, the numerical section was easy to moderate.
  • The Mathematics section was covered mostly by the 11th syllabus.
  • The Chemistry section had most of the questions based on inorganic Chemistry.

Paper 1, Jan 9th, 2020 (Forenoon Shift)

  • This paper too was found to be at a moderate-difficult level just like the previous days’ papers. Students mentioned that the mathematics section in this paper consisted of questions that were tricky and a little tough.
  • The questions in the mathematics section were too calculative and hence required more time to solve.
  • The physics section in this paper had confusing questions and tested the problem-solving ability of the students.
  • The chemistry section had more questions related to organic chemistry and this section was again easy and would help the students get a better score.
  • The numerical answer type questions were again easy for the students to solve and get a better score.

Paper 1, Jan 9th, 2020 (Afternoon Shift)

  • The overall difficulty level of the paper was moderate. It was mostly a memory-based test. The 11th and 12th syllabus bore equal weightage in the questions of the paper.
  • It was seen that the chemistry and mathematics sections were harder than the physics section.
  • The physics section of this paper had more questions related to modern physics, mechanics, and electrodynamics.
  • The chemistry section had a higher percentage of questions pertaining to topics from inorganic and organic chemistry.
  • The mathematics section consisted of questions from topics such as integral and differential calculus, coordinate geometry and sequence and series.
  • This paper was comparatively harder than the previous papers conducted this year. The chemistry section, which was a scoring section in the previously conducted papers of this year, was of a high level of difficulty.

JEE Main Exam Dates

The exam involves a lot of process including registration, correcting errors, downloading admit card, exam dates, results and more. You can find the JEE Main exam dates details below.

  • Admit Card: The Admit Card was released by the NTA online for all the aspirants on March 24, 2020. It is a mandatory document and one has to carry it to the exam hall without fail.
  • Examination: It will be conducted online i.e. Computer-based Test (CBT) and offline i.e. Pen & Paper-based Test (PBT) for Drawing from April 5, 2020 to April 11, 2020.
  • Results: You can check the results on the official website which were released on April 30, 2020.
JEE Main Registration 2020 for Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh students
Dates for Jammu Kashmir & Ladakh Students
Application Window November 4 to November 8, 2019

 

JEE Main Exam Dates 2020
Important Events/ Schedule Dates (January Paper) Dates (April Paper)
Application Form Start Date September 3, 2019 February 7, 2020
Application Form Last Date October 10, 2019 March 7, 2020
Correction Window 14-20, October 2019 February 2020
Admit Card Availability December 6, 2019 March 16, 2020 (tentative)
JEE Main Exam Date 2020 January 6 to January 9, 2020 5 April 2020, 7 Apri 2020, 9 April 2020, 11 April 2020
Results Announcement January 17, 2020 April 30, 2020 (tentative)

JEE Main Eligibility

To be eligible for the exam, you should meet the eligibility of JEE Main that is mentioned below.

  • Age Eligibility Criteria: There is No Age Limit mentioned by the NTA for the candidates to appear for the exam. However, each candidate must understand that every IIT has a particular age limit. Details about that will be released in JEE (Advanced) - 2020 Information Brochure.
  • Education: The candidates must have passed 10+2 or other equivalent examination in the year 2018/ 2019/ appearing in 2020 from a recognized Board of Education. They are eligible to appear for JEE Main 2020 January and April Sessions.
  • Admission to NITs, IIITs and CFTIs participating through the Central Seat Allocation Board:
    • For BE/ B.Tech: The candidates must have passed 10+2 or other equivalent examination with Mathematics and Physics as a mandatory subject along with one of the Chemistry/ Biotechnology/Biology/Technical Vocational subjects with minimum 75% marks for general category candidates and 65% for SC/ ST category candidates from a recognized Board of Education.
    • For B.Arch/ B.Plan: The candidates must have passed 10+2 or other equivalent examination with Mathematics as a mandatory subject with minimum 75% marks for general category candidates and 65% for SC/ ST category candidates from a recognized Board of Education.
  • Reservation of Seats: As per the Government of India rules candidates belonging to certain categories are given relaxation for the admission.
    • Other Backward Classes (OBC) if they belong to Non-Creamy Layer (NCL).
    • Scheduled Castes (SC).
    • Scheduled Tribes (ST).
    • Persons with Disability (PWD) with 40% or more disability.
    • General - Economically Weaker Section (Gen-EWS)

JEE Main Syllabus

The JEE Main syllabus will be based on subjects from class 11th and class 12th. JEE Mains and Advanced Syllabus 2020 is discussed below:

Topics:

  1. Paper I - Physics, Chemistry (Organic and Inorganic), and Mathematics.
  2. Paper-II - Aptitude Test, Mathematics, and Drawing. (Aptitude Test is for B.Arch/B. Planning)

Physics:

Physics and measurement, Thermodynamics, Rotational motion, Laws of motion, Electronic devices, Oscillations and waves, Current electricity, Electromagnetic induction, and alternating currents, Optics, Electrostatics, Kinematics, Work, energy and power, Gravitation, Properties of solids and liquids, Kinetic theory of gases, etc.

Chemistry:

  • Physical Chemistry: Some basic concepts in chemistry, Atomic structure, Chemical Thermodynamics, Equilibrium, Chemical kinetics, States of matter, Chemical bonding and molecular structure, etc.
  • Organic Chemistry: Purification and characterization of organic compounds, Chemistry in everyday life, Organic compounds containing halogens, Organic compounds containing nitrogen, Some basic principles of organic chemistry, etc.
  • Inorganic Chemistry: Classification of elements and periodicity in properties, Block elements (alkali and alkaline earth metals), D – and f – block elements, Environmental chemistry, Hydrogen, Block elements group 13 to group 18 elements, etc.

Aptitude:

Awareness of Places, persons, buildings and materials, Texture and Objects related to Architecture, Visualizing 3D objects from 2D drawings, Visualizing Different sides of 3D Objects, Mental Ability, Analytical Reasoning, Color Texture, Contrast and Harmony, Building Forms and Elements, 3D- Perception and Appreciation of scale and proportion of objects.

Mathematics:

Coordinate Geometry, Integral Calculus, Trigonometry, Sequence and Series, Matrices and Determinants, Differential Equations, Sets, Relations and Functions, Complex Numbers and Quadratic Equations, Matrices and Determinants, Permutations and Combinations, Mathematical Induction, Binomial Theorem, and its simple applications, Sequences and Series, Limit, Continuity and Differentiability, Integral Calculus, Differential Equations, Co-Ordinate Geometry, Three Dimensional Geometry, Vector Algebra, Statistics and Probability, Trigonometry, Mathematical Reasoning.

Drawing:

Drawing and Designing of geometrical or abstract shapes & patterns in pencil, Transformation of forms both 2D and 3D union, Elevation and 3D views of objects rotation, Development of Surfaces and Volumes, Generation of Plan, Creating 2D & 3D compositions using given shapes and forms, and Sketching of activities from memory of urban scenes.

JEE Main Application Form

JEE Main exam is conducted twice a year - January and April. Application form for the January paper was available from February 7, 2020 to March 7, 2020. Application form for the April paper will be available from February 7, 2020 to March 7, 2020.

Candidates will have to fill the JEE Main application form 2020 in online mode. The application fee should be paid through mediums such as Credit Card/ Debit Card/ Net Banking/ UPI/ PayTM only.

How to Apply for JEE Main 2020?

Step by step procedure on how to apply for JEE Main 2020 is given below.

Step 1: Registration

JEE Main Registration 2020
Test Papers Category In India Outside India
Paper I - Engineering (BE/ B.Tech) or Paper-II - Architecture (B.Arch/ B.Plan) General/ OBC (Non-creamy layer)/ Gen-EWS Boys - INR 650/- ; Girls - INR 325/- Boys - INR 3000/- ; Girls - INR 1500/-
SC/ ST/ PWD/ Transgender Boys - INR INR 325/- ; Girls - INR 325/- Boys - INR 1500/- ; Girls - INR 1500/-
Both Paper I - Engineering (BE/ B.Tech) & Paper-II - Architecture (B.Arch/ B.Plan) General/ OBC (Non-creamy layer)/ Gen-EWS Boys - INR 1300/- ; Girls - INR 650/- Boys - INR 6000/- ; Girls - INR 3000/-
SC/ ST/ PWD/ Transgender Boys - INR 650/- ; Girls - INR 650/- Boys - INR 3000/- ; Girls - INR 3000/-

Step 2: Documents Upload

Candidates have to upload the scanned copy of recently taken passport size photograph and signature as per the dimensions mentioned below:

JEE Main Uploads
Upload Documents Dimensions Size Format
Photograph - 10 KB to 200 KB .jpg/ .jpeg
Signature 3.5 cm width * 1.5 cm height 4 KB to 30 KB .jpg/ .jpeg

Note: Before filling up the application form the candidate should have a scanned image of his/her recent photograph and signature in running hand. These scanned images are to be uploaded during the submission of the JEE Main 2020 application form. The photograph should be colored or black/ white (but clear contrast) with the name of the candidate and date of taking the photograph printed on it.

JEE Main Admit Card

Admit card for the January paper was released on March 24, 2020. Admit card for the April paper will release on March 16, 2020. In case candidates are unable to download the JEE Main Admit Card from the website, the candidate should approach the Help Line between 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The phone numbers of the help desk are available on the website of JEE (Main).

JEE Main Exam Centres

JEE Main Exam Centres 2020 will be present in all the major cities across India. The candidates may choose up to 4 exam centres for JEE Main. Best efforts will be taken to allocate the exam centre as per the order of preference.

  • Id Proof: Candidates must carry a valid ID proof along with the Admit Card to the Exam Centre without fail.
  • Authority: The decision of the NTA regarding allotment of Centre, date & shift shall be final. So no candidate can request a change in the test centre.

Important Note!!!

Candidates failing to carry a valid photo ID proof (Aadhaar/ Voter ID Card) with Hall Ticket/ Admit Card to the Exam Centre will not be allowed inside the exam hall.

JEE Main Exam Pattern

As per the exam pattern, JEE Main will be conducted for three different courses as follows.

JEE Main Course-wise pattern
Course/Programme Test type/ Subjects Included
B.E/B.Tech Computer-Based Test (Online)
B.Arch Mathematics- Part I and Aptitude Test-Part II in “Computer Based Test (CBT)” mode only and Drawing Test –Part III in “Pen & Paper Based” (offline)
B.Planning Mathematics- Part I, Aptitude Test-Part II and Planning Based Questions Part III in
“Computer Based Test (CBT)” mode only

The overview of the JEE Main exam pattern 2020 can be found below.

  • Question Type: The question paper will be Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) for Paper-I and Drawing (Paper-II).
  • Topics: The JEE Main Question paper will comprise of the following topics:
    • Paper I: Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics
    • Paper-II: Aptitude Test, Mathematics, and Drawing
  • Duration: The time given to complete the examination will be 3 hours i.e. 180 minutes.
  • Marking Scheme: Four marks will be awarded for every correct answer and one mark will be reduced for incorrect answers. For drawing, two questions will be asked for 100 marks.
  • Medium: The question paper will be in English, Hindi, and Gujarati.

JEE Main Updated Exam Pattern

Section Wise Exam Pattern for Paper I (Updated)

JEE Main Exam Pattern 2020
S.No. Subjects Questions Marks
1 Mathematics (20+5*) 100
2 Physics (20+5*) 100
3 Chemistry (20+5*) 100
Total 75 300

Note: 20 questions will be MCQs & 5 questions will be numerical type questions.

Section Wise Exam Pattern for Paper-II

JEE Main 2020 Exam Pattern
S.No. Subjects Questions Marks
1 Mathematics Part - I 20+5* 100
2 Aptitude Test Part - II 50 200
3 Drawing Part - III 2 100
Total 77 400

JEE Main Reference Books

Candidates can refer to the following books which are recommended by the conducting authority (NTA) for the preparation. You can check below the reference books for JEE Main and their respective subjects.

  • Physics: Concepts of Modern Physics (SIE) by Arthur, Sobita Mahajan, and S. Rai Choudhury, Understanding Physics of Electricity & Magnetism by DC Pandey, Understanding Physics for JEE Main & JEE Advanced for Waves & Thermodynamics by DC Pandey.

  • Chemistry: Modern Approach to Chemical Calculations by RC Mukherjee, Organic Chemistry Objective by Arihant, Organic Chemistry by Robert Thornton Morrison, A Master Resource Book in Chemistry by Sanjay Sharma.

  • Mathematics: NCERT Maths 12th Grade, NCERT Maths 10th Grade, A Problem Book in Mathematical Analysis by G.N. Berman, Trigonometry for JEE Main & JEE Advanced by Arihant Publications.

Note: JEE Main is one of the hardest exams conducted by NTA agency. So, candidates are advised to take mock tests.

JEE Main Results

JEE Main results for the January paper has been declared on the official website for all category candidates on April 30, 2020. Candidates can visit the official website to check results now. JEE Main results for the April paper will get released tentatively on April 30, 2020. JEE Main answer key for January paper CBT mode has been released on January 14, 2020 on the website - https://jeemain.nta.nic.in

JEE Main Results 2020 are generally compiled based on the final answer key. Candidates cannot expect changes in their score after the JEE Main Result is out.

If a tie exists in the total scores obtained by candidates in B.Tech/B.E, then the best score in the following subjects will be taken into consideration in descending order.

  • NTA score in Mathematics.
  • NTA score in Physics.
  • NTA score in Chemistry.
  • Candidates having a lesser number of negative responses in the paper.
  • Candidates older in Age.

If a tie exists in the scores obtained by aspirants in B.Arch then the following criteria are taken into consideration along with their scores in the following subjects.

  • NTA score in Mathematics.
  • NTA score in Aptitude Test.
  • NTA score in Drawing Test
  • Candidates having a lesser number of negative responses in the paper.
  • Candidates older in age.

Percentile Scores: These are scores based on the relative performance of all those who appear for the examination. The marks obtained are transformed into a scale ranging from 100 to 0 for each session of the exam candidates. The formula for calculating the percentile score is mentioned below:

100*Number of Candidate Appeared in a Session with the Raw Score Equal To or Less than the Candidate / Total Number of Candidates Appeared in a Session

Re-evaluation/ Re-checking: There shall be no provision for re-evaluation/re-checking of the results. No correspondence in this regard shall be entertained.

JEE Main Counselling

Candidates who have cleared the JEE Main 2020 will be called for the counselling process which will be held in June 2020. Potential aspirants will be admitted into any of the institutions such as NITs, IIITs and CFTIs for the B.E/B.Tech/B. Planning course only based on the All India Ranking.

Those candidates must also meet the minimum eligibility conditions i.e they should have scored at least 75% marks in the 12th standard examination, or be in the top 20 percentile in the 12th exam / equivalent qualifying examination conducted by the respective Boards.

The admission process of each institute varies from the other. Hence, it is essential that candidates visit the JoSAA/ CSAB or concerned state university website for updates regarding counselling.

Seat Allocation Procedure

Aspirants are offered admission by following the JEE Main seat allocation procedure. They will be given seats based on their AIR ranks and as well as their choice of courses. To choose a programme, candidates have to visit the concerned institute's website regularly and make their choices at the appropriate time.

Document Verification

All candidates have to present their valid and original documents during the JEE Main counselling process. The idea behind this is to check the following aspects of the candidate.

  • Identification
  • Age
  • Qualifying examination
  • State of eligibility,
  • Category and disability (if any)

Helpdesk

For any doubts or queries, candidates can contact the concerned authorities using the details given below.

Address for correspondence
Block C-20/1A/8, Sector 62,
Gautam Budh Nagar, Noida -201309 (UP)

HelpLine: For Technical Support, you can contact only during working days between 10.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.

Call Centre Number: 0120-6895200

Official Website: jeemain.nta.nic.in

Test Practice Centres

With the aim of helping students prepare for the JEE Main exam the National Testing Agency (NTA) has set up a network of Test Practice Centres all over India. Students can get familiar with the Computer-Based Test Mode by practicing there.

There will be experienced, qualified and professional Nodal officers and staff to help the candidates and clear their doubts.

JEE Main Answer Key

The answer key for the JEE Main January Paper CBT mode has been released on the official website. Candidates can log in to see their responses. Below here we have provided the information about the previous year question papers and their answer keys.

JEE Main Answer Keys for 2019
Date Exam Session Question Papers Answer Keys
7th April 2019 Morning Click Here Click Here
Afternoon Click Here Click Here
8th April 2019 Morning Click Here Click Here
Afternoon Click Here Click Here
9th April 2019 Morning Click Here Click Here
Afternoon Click Here Click Here
10th April 2019 Morning Click Here Click Here
Afternoon Click Here Click Here
12th April 2019 Morning Click Here Click Here
Afternoon Click Here Click Here
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Colleges which accept [JEE MAIN]


Want to get in ?
Saurabh
Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Electronics & Telecom Engineering), batch of 2016
16 Jan 2020
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
10/10

You can take direct admission here.

Admission to B.Tech programme will be offered based on the score of JEE MAIN. Admission to M.Tech will be on the basis of the GATE score. Roorkee College of Engineering admission to the other courses is on the basis of merit in Senior Secondary School.

Candidates can apply to these courses through offline as well as online mode. The candidates must go through the website and read the instructions carefully.



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Berlin
Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Mechanical Engineering), batch of 2020
28 Nov 2019
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

1) 12th std is the eligible criteria for my course 2) JEE MAIN exam which is helpful to get admission 3) 75% is the typical cut off of my course



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Prabhjot
Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Computer Science and Engineering), batch of 2019
26 Nov 2019
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

I have given JEE MAIN entrance and I got 59 per cent in jee exam and my all over rank in India is 21000 and then applied in this college.



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Sadik
Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Computer Science and Engineering), batch of 2019
25 Nov 2019
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
6/10

Eligibility criteria for Computer science and Engineering Course in my college is Marks in PCM group must above 150 and 50 per Subject. KCET and JEE MAIN Entrance Exams are required to get admission in DYPCET Kolhapur. Min. 50 percentile Cutoff of my Course in order to get admission in DYPCET Kolhapur.



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Sag
Bachelor of Engineering [BE], batch of 2020
25 Nov 2019
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
5/10

The eligibility criteria is to have a minimum of 45% in PCM. The entrance exam is KCET and JEE MAIN.



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Neehårikå
Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Electronics & Communication Engineering), batch of 2023
21 Nov 2019
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

This is a government university. There is a placement cell in the university and it is useful for students. The eligibility criteria is 10+2 pass and we have to crack the JEE MAIN exam to get into this university (B.Tech).



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Daphne
Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech], batch of 2023
18 Nov 2019
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
5/10

The admission process was an in-person Counselling on the university campus, despite the timings being 1 PM to 2 PM, due to multiple quotas the time was dragged on till 5 PM before the general category was called. The admission was based on JEE MAIN examinations as well as CBSE board results. Students up-to rank 4.3 Lakh got admitted, though some classmates claim there were other Counsellings, later on, I'm unaware of those.



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Neha
Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Electrical Engineering), batch of 2019
05 Nov 2019
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
7/10

To get admission in this college, candidates should have completed their 12th board with good marks. Candidates can give JEE MAIN exam but there is no particular entrance test. 



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SURYAKANT
Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech], batch of 2021
04 Nov 2019
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
6/10

Should have a valid score in the entrance exam. I took the JEE MAIN 2017 exam and should have 50% marks in 12th board.



Want to get in ?
Abhishek
Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech], batch of 2023
29 Oct 2019
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
10/10

Candidates should have more than 75% of marks in 12th board exam and appear in JEE MAIN or JEE Advanced exam. No cut off require.



Discussion Forum



Q
Can I get admission in BIT Mesra as my JEE Mains score is 140?

Can I get admission in BIT Mesra as my JEE Mains score is 140?

Asked By: komal,

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Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

Hi Komal,

You have very less chances but you can try your luck. Go through the JEE Main Cutoff to have more clarity.



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Can I get CSE at SASTRA University? I got 64 marks in JEE Mains.

Can I get CSE at SASTRA University? I got 64 marks in JEE Mains.

Asked By: jasmine,

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Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

Hi Jasmine,

You have a good chance of getting admission in SASTRA University through JEE Main.

Good Luck!!!



Q
How to crack JEE Main 2018

How can I crack JEE Main 2018 in 3 months?

Asked By: Sahana,


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How to get admit card for JEE Main?

I have applied for JEE Main 2018. How can I get the admit card?

Asked By: Ranjitha Krishnan,

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Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

Hello, you can download your admit card from the official site of JEE Main 2020 using your registered account. Thanks for reaching us.



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What is the total duration of the examination?

I want to know the total duration of the JEE Main 2018 examination. Could you help me with it?

Asked By: Hari Haran,

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Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

There are two papers in JEE Main examination Paper-I and Paper-II. Both the papers have to be completed within 3 hours. Thanks for reaching us.



Q
I have applied for improvement in 2017. When do I need to fill the Class 12 Roll No?

Asked By: Shivansh Sundar,

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Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

Hello, Shivansh,

The facility will be open from the last week of May or 1st week of June 2020. Candidates can choose which result they wish to be considered and enter the respective Roll No.



Q
What is the age limit to write JEE Main?

Hi, I completed my 12th study in 2016. Am I eligible to write JEE Main 2018?

Asked By: Nithin,

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Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

Hi, Nithin. You are very well eligible to write JEE Main 2020 Examination. All the Best.



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I belong to OBC category. Can I avail the reservations?

Asked By: Savitri Sushma,

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Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

Hello, Savtri,

As per rule from CBSE, every OBC candidate must check the OBC National List. If it is not mentioned in this list it means that it belongs to the State list. So OBC Candidates who are not in OBC – NCL central list must choose General in their category. They cannot avail any reservations. For the state admission, however, they can apply under their category and avail the reservations.



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If my surname or details in the name don’t match my school records, what should I do?

Asked By: Parineeti ,

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Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

Hello, Parineeti thanks for showing interest in JEE Main 2020.

CBSE has given two option for this

  • First is that the candidates apply for the correction in the Aadhaar Card
  • and the apply using the 14 digit Aadhaar Enrolment ID/UR No.


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Aadhaar Card Number failure but the details submitted by me are correct. What can I do to correct?

Hello, my name is Sangeeta, Aadhaar authentication failure but the details submitted by me are correct. What can I do to correct this?

Asked By: sangeeta Bijlani,

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Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

Hi, Sangeeta,

Don't Worry, Sangeeta, this means that the Biometric details in your Aadhaar Card are incorrect. Get it corrected from the center and until then use the 14 digit Aadhaar Enrolment ID/UR No. to apply.


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