Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. I appeared in JEE-2008 and JEE-2009. Can I appear in JEE-2010?

Ans: No.

Q2. I appeared in JEE-2008, but did not appear in JEE-2009? Can I appear in JEE-2010?

Ans: No.

Q3. I qualified in JEE-2009. I took admission in one of the IITs/IT-BHU, Varanasi/ISM, Dhanbad by paying full fees but did not join the programme. Am I eligible to write JEE-2010?

Ans: No.

Q4. I passed 10+2 examination in 2009 and also qualified in JEE-2009. I appeared for counselling for JEE-2009 and was offered admission in one of the IITs/IT-BHU, Varanasi/ISM, Dhanbad, but did not pay full fees at the institute where I was offered admission and did not join the programme. Am I eligible to write JEE-2010?

Ans: Yes, you are eligible.

Q5. I passed 10+2 examination in 2009 with 50% marks. I took JEE-2009 and did not qualify. I will be appearing for a re-examination in the year 2010 so that I can improve the percentage of aggregate marks to 60% or more. Am I eligible to write JEE-2010 and if so how shall I fill up the application form?

Ans: Yes you are eligible. You should darken the second bubble in Item 5 entitled Year of passing 10+2 or equivalent and darken the SECOND bubble in item 6 entitled number of attempts.

Q6. I passed 10+2 examination in 2009 with 50% marks. I did not write JEE-2009. I will be appearing for a re-examination in the year 2010 so that I can improve the percentage of aggregate marks to 60% or more. Am I eligible to write JEE-2010 and if so how shall I fill up the application form?

Ans: Yes you are eligible. You should darken the second bubble in Item 5 entitled Year of passing 10+2 or equivalent and darken the FIRST bubble in item 6 entitled number of attempts. However, this would be your last change to take JEE.

Q7. I appeared in 10+2 examination in 2008 and got 50% marks. I did not write JEE-2008. I appeared for a re-examination for 10+2 in the year 2009 and obtained aggregate mark which made me eligible to attempt JEE. I took JEE-2009 but could not qualify. Am I eligible to write JEE-2010?

Ans: NO. Candidates who have passed the qualifying examination before October 1, 2008 are not eligible to write JEE-2010.

Q8. I appeared in 10+2 examination in 2008 and got 60% marks. I did not attempt JEE-2008. I took JEE-2009 and did not qualify. Am I eligible to write JEE-2010?

Ans: No.

Q9. I appeared in 10+2 examination in 2008 and got 60% marks. I did not attempt JEE-2008 and JEE-2009. Am I eligible to write JEE-2010?

Ans: No.

Q10. I appeared in 10+2 examination in 2008 and got less than 60% marks in the aggregate. I wrote JEE-2008 but did not qualify. I took 10+2 examination in 2009 and got more than 60% marks in the aggregate. I took JEE-2009 but did not qualify. Am I eligible to write JEE-2010?

Ans: No.

Q11. I appeared in 10+2 examination in 2008 and got less than 60% marks in the aggregate. I wrote JEE-2008 but did not qualify. I took 10+2 examination in 2009 and got more than 60% marks in the aggregate. I did not write JEE-2009. Am I eligible to write JEE-2010?

Ans: No.

Q12. I appeared in 10+2 examination in 2008 and failed. I qualified JEE-2008 but my admission was cancelled. I appeared in 10+2 examination again in 2009 and got more than 60% marks in the aggregate. I wrote JEE-2009 but could not qualify. Am I eligible to write JEE-2010?

Ans: No.

Q13. My qualifying examination was conducted in 2008. The results were announced after 30th September 2008, and I got 60% marks. I did not attempt JEE-2008 or JEE-2009. Am I eligible to write JEE-2010 and if so, how shall I fill up the application form?

Ans: Yes, you are eligible irrespective of whether you attempted JEE-2009 or not. You should darken the second bubble in Item 5 of the Application Form entitled Qualification and darken the FIRST bubble in item 6.

Q14. My qualifying examination was conducted in 2008. The results were announced after 30th September 2008, and I got 60% marks. I did not attempt JEE-2008 but I attempted JEE-2009 and did not qualify. Am I eligible to write JEE-2010 and if so, how shall I fill up the application form?

Ans: Yes, you are eligible irrespective of whether you attempted JEE-2009 or not. You should darken the second bubble in Item 5 of the Application Form entitled Qualification and darken the SECOND bubble in item 6.

Q15. I passed 10+2 exam in 2009 and wrote JEE-2009. I was admitted to the Preparatory Course of an IIT/IT-BHU/ISM in July 2009 and I am due to appear in the Preparatory Exams in 2010. I wish to appear for JEE-2010. Am I eligible?

Ans: Yes, you are eligible to appear since admission to preparatory course does not imply that you have joined any IIT/IT-BHU/ISM, Dhanbad. However, you will not be eligible to undergo the Preparatory course at any of the above Institutes on the basis of JEE-2010.

Q16. I fall under NRI/PIO/OCI/ foreign national. Does JEE give me any special treatment for admission?

Ans: First of all, you must qualify in JEE-2010. However, for the purpose of course allocation such candidates would be offered admission in a programme available to other general candidates at their All India Rank (AIR). These seats offered to foreign nationals (also PIO, OCI, NRI) will be treated as supernumerary.

Q17. I am a studying in a foreign country and the certificate I will get is not listed in the JEE information brochure/website under qualifying examination. What should I do?
Ans: In all such cases you have to produce a certificate from the Association of Indian Universities stating that your certificate is equivalent to the 10+2 system of Indian Boards.

Q18. I will be appearing in the qualifying examination in 2010 but it is unlikely that the results will be declared before 30th September 2010. Should I appear in JEE-2010?

Ans: You are advised to appear in JEE-2011 since if you qualify JEE, you will not be able to meet the admission requirements by the last date ie 30th September 2010.

3 comments :

  1. what is my score in iit jee2010
    my roll no. is 4028333

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  2. what is the pattern of jee in gujarat?can i give the jee exam in gujarati language in next year?

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  3. i got 89.9% in IPE2013 and i'm not qualified in jee mains same year .am i aligible to write mains next year

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