A general note on JEE main entrance examination

About JEE
The JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) is an all India joint entrance examination which is conducted for the admissions in various engineering courses. The JEE (joint entrance examination) is being conducted in two parts, JEE-Main and JEE-Advanced. The central Board of Secondary education (CBSE) is conducting the JEE-main examination. 

 The JEE-main entrance examination is for the admissions in to the IIITs (Indian Institute of Information Technology), National Institute of technology (NITs) and CFTI (Central funded technical institute) etc. The candidates who clear the JEE entrance-Main examination are eligible and seek admission in the IITs, NITs and in other prestigious private and government engineering colleges. 

Admission Criteria

The admission criteria to the undergraduate engineering programs in IIITs, NITs, and other centrally funded technical institutions and the institutions funded by the participating state governments and other institutions  includes the performance in the class 12th and in the Joint entrance examination (JEE). 

Pattern of examination

The Joint entrance examination (JEE) has two exam papers, paper-1 and Paper-2. The candidates may opt for either or both of them. Both papers contain multiple choice questions. 

The Paper-1 is for admissions in B.E/B.Tech (online and offline)
The Paper-2 is for admissions in B.Arch and B.Planning (offline only)
 The candidates are requested to read thoroughly the exam pattern to get familiarised with the actual exam and its architecture. It will invariably assist the candidates to devise a strategy that will help them to solve the questions correctly in the given time frame.  
The exam will be conducted in online and offline mode as well. The JEE main entrance examination would be based on the class XI and XII syllabus of Maths, chemistry and physics. The duration of the examination is for three hours. Every correct answer will be awarded with one mark and every wrong answer will be given a negative mark of ¼. The total marks awarded for the entire set of questions is around 90 marks. The number of questions is 90. The candidates will be given the multiple choice questions out of which one has to select the correct option from the given set. 

JEE Main Entrance Application form

The candidates have to fill the application form online. The candidates can access the official website to apply. It requires the uploading of scanned images of photo, thumb impression and signature for the processing of the application form. The candidates are strictly advised not to send any documents to the JEE main entrance exam.

JEE Reservation of seats

The candidates will be assigned All India rank as per the respective categorical reservation policy. The categories are given below.
NCL-OBC (Non-creamy layer) – 27%
Scheduled castes – 15%
Scheduled tribes- 7.5%
Persons with disability (PwD) – 3%

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