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JEE Main Exam-Frequently Asked Questions

  Updated on : 28/01/2017

 by : Admin

JEE Main 2017 is going to take place on April 2, 2-17 in the offline mode & on April 8 and 9, 2017. Do you know more than lakhs of aspirants appear for this exam every year in India? It is one of the most important exams held in our country as it allows entry to the National Institutes of Technology, Indian Institutes of technologies and Government Funded technical Institutes. However, before you jump into the exam it is important to clarify all air of doubts that might arise while you fill up the form or have a conversation with an ex-candidate. In case you are doing JEE Main preparation, you must keep asking a question and clear them if something stops you from applying the engineering entrance test.1.       How many times a person can give JEE Main examCandidates can avail as many as three attempts for JEE Main 2017 exam.2.       I submitted my Aadhaar details earlier including biometric details and wanted to update as per notice, but now I am unable to do the same?The candidates facing these while applying for JEE Main 2017 must have to apply while entering their 14 digit Aadhaar Number printed on the slip issues by the Aadhaar center after submitting their updating request.3.       If I will appear in paper 2 of JEE Main, am I eligible for B.Arch Course in IITs.No the aspirants who appear in paper 2 are only eligible to the B.Arch courses in NIT’s and SPAs and other CFTIs where they can avail B.Arch course. IITs have their own process to recruit students in B.Arch courses.4.       The DOB is not mentioned correctly in the Aadhaar card even at times their birth year is only mentioned. What must an aspirant do in this case?Such candidates must submit their correction request directly to the Aadhaar center and again enter their 14 digits Aadhaar Number printed on the slip while updating.5.       How the aspirants from Assam/J&K/Meghalaya who doesn’t have Aadhaar card may apply for the exam?Aspirants who have cleared their HSC in states such as Assam/J&K/Meghalaya require sharing their passport details, ration card details, bank account number and other valid government identity proofs.6.       Can I change the examination mode once the correction window of the form is activated?Yes, you may change the exam mode from pen & paper to computer based examination as it facilitates your JEE Main preparation. demo

What is the cut-offs of JEE Main Exam

  Updated on : 22/11/2017

 by : Admin

JEE or Joint  Entrance Exam Main is the most popular Engineering Entrance Exam. It is conducted to offer admissions to candidates in Undergraduate Engineering programmes in all the Engineering Universities and Colleges except NITs (National Institutes of Technology), IIITs (Indian Institutes of Information Technology). JEE Main exam is also the eligibility test for JEE Advanced which is the entrance exam to secure admissions in programmes which is offer by 16 IITs NITs and Indian School of Mines (ISM). The top 224,000 score holders in JEE Main are only eligible to apply for JEE Advanced exam. Every year, over 12 lakh candidates appear in this national level engineering entrance test. JEE Main Exam cut-offs are released after the JEE Main exam results are out. Cut-offs are made according to toughness of the paper, number of Candidates appeared for JEE Mains, and it varies from low to high. Cut-offs are also made to limit the admission. JEE exam generally are of moderate level still it is the toughest one in comparison to other Engineering Entrance Exam. Though the question pattern derives from 11- 12 level syllabus of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, still the questions goes upto the toughest  level. Nearly 10 to 11 lakh students appeared for the exam (though vary every year) almost every year where only nearly 20,000 candidates could clear the examination. As per the new eligibility, in order to be considered for admissions, candidates must secure either 75% aggregate marks (General Category) and 65% percent (Reserved Category) in the qualifying examination or they have to be in top 20 percentile in their respective class 12th/equivalent qualifying examination board.JEE Main Exam cutoffs for appearing in JEE Advanced, for the admission of NIT, IIT was for General category(81) students while the cutoff for OBC(49), SC(32), ST(27) and PwD (1)students, respectively. For further information, please contact our Experts.demo


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