WBJEE JELET Exam Pattern 2020 - Topic Wise Weightage, Marking Scheme, Negative Marking

Exam Date : June 28, 2020
Result Date : July 24, 2020

Below we have delivered the complete JELET Exam Pattern. Applicants are advised to check the exam pattern before appearing for the Exam (offline exam). The JELET 2020 paper will consist of only objective type questions.

The Highlights of the JELET Exam Pattern are listed in the table given below:

Examination Mode Pen and Paper Based (Offline mode)
Number of Papers 1
Number of Questions 100
Types of Questions Objective Type (MCQs)
Maximum Marks 100
Exam Duration 2 hours (120 minutes)
Language English only
Marking Scheme 1 mark for every right response
Negative Marking 1/4 marks will be deducted for every wrong response

JELET Exam Pattern 2020 - Topics Weightage

The below table shows the topic shows the JELET Exam Pattern and number of questions asked in each topic.

Course Opted by the Candidate Topics No. of Questions
Candidates with the diploma in Engineering/ Technology except Printing and Agricultural Engineering Engineering Mathematics 20
Computer Application 20
Electrical Technology 15
Environmental Engineering 15
Strength of Materials 15
Engineering Mechanics 15
Candidates with Diploma in Agricultural Engineering Soil and Water 10
Farm Machinery and Power 10
Food processes and Food Harvest Engineering 10
Candidates with Diploma in Printing Technology Basic Printing Engineering 15
Printers’ Material Science 15
Candidates with B.Sc Degree Mathematics 100
Candidates with Diploma in Pharmacy Pharmacy 100

Check out the JELET Syllabus to know more details about the contents of the Exam.

Marking Scheme in JELET

JELET Exam will follow a simple and basic marking scheme. There are a total of 100 questions with totals to 100 marks

  • All questions will be of multiple choice with having four options.
  • Only one option will be correct out of the four.
  • The candidate will be awarded 1 mark for every right answer.
  • 1/4 marks will be deducted for every incorrect answer.
  • No marks for unanswered questions.
  • If more than one response is marked in a single question, it will be treated as incorrect and 0.25 marks will be deducted.
  • No special category of questions according to the subject or section.

Check out the JELET Eligibility to make sure that you clear the criteria for taking the exam.

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