5 Reasons Why You Should Take The JEE Main 2019 April Exam

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National Testing Agency (NTA) has given the candidates one of the best possible advantages. The engineering candidates who wish to take admission in the NITs, CFTI, and IIITs or even the IITs, have 2 shots to crack the JEE Main exam from now on. You did not do good in January attempt? You have another chance to improve the marks.

The registrations for JEE Main April 2019 is starting from February 08, 2019. The last date to apply is March 07, 2019. The April attempt will be held between 06 – 20, 2019. There will be two papers in the exam – Paper 1 (B.E./B.Tech.) and Paper 2 (B.Arch/B.Plan). The paper 2 will have 3 parts, out of which the Part3 (drawing section) will be held in offline mode.

Here are a few reasons that support why you should appear in the JEE Main 2019 April Exam, even if you have scored well in the January Exam.

#1 In the second attempt, there is probability to score more: Since the candidates who have appeared in the January exam have a hold over the exam pattern, type of questions, the difficulty level, the weightage of the subjects in the paper; the chances to perform even better in the April exam increases.

#2 Study Materials Handy: the preparation resources like the question papers and answer keys from the recent exam is available with you. You can utilize the same to prepare for the April exam. It becomes easier to know what to expect out of the second exam as they already have the experience of the January exam.

#3 You know your strength and weakness now: Since you have appeared in the real exam environment you know where you are lacking – Is it speed? Is it accuracy? or is it some other factor. You know it all by now. Thus, you can just work on those points and score even better in the second attempt.

#4 In the April attempt, there will be no major difference: The difficulty level and the exam pattern is not going to change in the second attempt for sure. Therefore the candidates who have attempted the exam in January month can take full advantage of what they have grasped from the first attempt and how can they transform the same into their advantage.

#5 A chance to learn from your mistakes and score better: This is a golden opportunity that the candidates can utilize. They know where they have failed in the first attempt and what had led to any bad score. Also, the candidates who have scored well, they can analyze what can be done to score even better.

Thus, if you have scored really well in the first attempt and are thinking to skip the second attempt – rethink!

There is no harm in taking another attempt, on the other hand, you have the scope of improvement. NTA will take the best score out of both the attempts to prepare the final merit list. Thus, even if you fear to score badly in the second attempt there is no harm. The better score will be taken into consideration.

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NTA has Released JEE Main January 2019 Score

JEE Main 2019 Score

National Testing Agency (NTA) has announced JEE Main 2019 score on its official website. Students can now check their score on the official website through their Application Number and Password or Application Number and Date of Birth.

Steps to Download the scorecard

  • Log on to the official website: www.jeemain.nic.in
  • Click on JEE (Main) 2019 January NTA Score
  • In order to check the scores secured in January attempt candidates will have to log in to their account either using any one of the below-given combinations.
    Application number and password or
    Application number and date of birth.
  • After entering the details You will now be able to see your scorecard.
  • Download and print the scorecard for further reference.

Score Card

NTA Scores are normalised scores across multi-session papers and are based on the relative performance of all those who appeared for the examination in one session. The marks obtained are converted into a scale ranging from 100 to 0 for each session of examinees. The NTA Score indicates the percentage of candidates that have scored EQUAL TO OR BELOW (same or lower raw scores) that particular Percentile in that session.
The Percentile scores of a Candidate have been calculated as follows:
100 X Number of candidates appeared in the ‘Session’ with raw score EQUAL TO OR LESS than the candidate/Total number of the candidates appeared in the ‘Session’

The NTA Score of the Total is NOT an aggregate or average of the NTA Score of the individual subject. NTA score is not the same as the percentage of marks obtained. Candidate’s particulars including Category and Person with Disability (PwD) have been indicated as mentioned by the candidate in the online application form.

After the JEE MAIN APRIL-2019 Exam, the Ranks of the candidates will be released taking into consideration better of the two NTA Scores of all candidates appeared in JAN 2019 and APRIL 2019 examinations and in accordance with the policy already made available on the website jeemain.nic.in

The first JEE (Main) Examination was conducted by NTA between 8th and 12th January 2019 in two shifts per day across 258 cities in the country and abroad. A total number of 9, 29,198 candidates were registered for Paper –I (B.E. /B. Tech.) in this examination. There were 467 examination centres across the country and abroad. A total number of 566 Observers, 254 City- Coordinators and 25 State Coordinators were deployed at these centres to oversee the smooth and fair conduct of the examination. The Paper-I was conducted in a total of 8 shifts from 9th to 12th January 2019. The results of Paper- I have been declared today.

Number of candidates registered (Paper-I: B.E. /B. Tech.) 9,29,198
Number of candidates appeared (Paper-I: B.E. /B. Tech.) 8,74,469

JEE Main 2019 – How to Improve your Performance in April Session

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The JEE Main 2019 was held in January between 8th Jan-12th Jan 2019. Around 9.5 lac candidates had registered out of which approx. 8.74 lac appeared. The Result of January exam has been announced. However, the Common Rank List for JEE Main 2019 will be available in the first week of May after the declaration of the results of the April exam. The higher of the two scores of candidates who have appeared in either/both JEE Main January and April 2019 will be considered for final ranking of JEE Main 2019. The common rank list will denote the All India and Category ranks of the candidates in addition to the details of the candidates and marks obtained. The JEE Main rank will be the basis for admissions to the NITs, IIITs and GFTIs.

For those who could not do well in the January session need not worry as the April session is another chance for all students who wish to improve their scores. The following points must be kept in mind when taking up the April session of JEE Main 2019.

1. One must NOT repeat the same mistakes committed in January Session of JEE Main. Learning from mistakes is important.
2. Complete your syllabi if not done earlier.
3. Practice questions from Previous Year JEE Main Papers and even from January session of JEE 2019.
4. Use the Gap between your Board Exams to revise and take up Mock Tests on online Mode from reputed source for consistency in preparation.
5. Keep a check on your speed & accuracy as it is also important as to how you solve the paper for a high score.
6. You must have done the Test Analysis of the JEE Paper you took in January and ensure you are confident with each of those questions now.
7. Take help from your Subject Teachers to clear your doubts and speak to them in case of any conceptual doubts or problems which you are unable to solve.
8. Prepare a quick revision plan and categorize the chapters like:
Easy– generally you can solve any problem from these chapter/topic
Moderate– you take time to solve but your concepts of these chapters are clear
Difficult– you have not been able to understand the concepts in these chapter and find questions from these chapters tough
9. While revising ensure you may have to take help from your teachers for the Difficult chapters and get all your concepts cleared as merely devoting time on these chapters may not help. You can join a crash course for these topics.
10. For the Moderate Chapters you will need more practice so devote time daily so that you have completed solving adequate no. of questions from these chapters.
11. For the chapters/Topics you find Easy it is important that you are always able to solve any given question from them. So, you must solve some questions even from these topics but avoid spending too much time on these as you are already good in these chapters.
12. While solving questions keep a check on your time and develop short cuts to avoid lengthy calculations. Use of diagrams/graphs will expedite your answers.
13. Try to remember all important formulae, named reactions as this will add to your speed while solving.
14. Your Speed, Accuracy and Time management will be an important parameter for success in JEE Main (April),2019.
15. Most importantly take care of your physical and mental fitness as there are external factors influencing your performance in the exam.
16. Avoid taking up new books or start any new chapters before the exam as this may spoil your confidence level.
17. Maintain a positive attitude throughout your preparation and remain focused. Staying confident and keeping calm while taking the exam also helps get a desired score.

Remember, it is the relative performance and not just how you have performed on the exam day. So, give in your best shot and you will ace JEE Main.

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JEE Main’s Answer Sheet & Result to be Published On 14 & 31 January 2019

Jee Main 2019 Result Answer Key
Jee Main 2019 Result Answer Key

The answer key of the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) is most likely to be released on Wednesday, January 14, 2019. Whilst the results of the exam on 31 January.

“The JEE Main 2019 examinations was concluded today. It will take four to five days to release the answer key, the NTA is expected to release the answer key of the JEE Main examinations on Wednesday, January 14, 2019,” said DG NTA Vineet Joshi.

Jeemain.nic.in is the official website through which the appeared candidates can check their results.

The online window to raise objections will be available for a week. If wrong, the candidates can check the answer key through the official website. Post verification of the challenged answer, the National Testing agency will release the final answer key.

The expected cut-off is estimated to be 80-85

All Important Information about Engineering Entrance Exams 2019

Engineering Exam Important Dates
The budding engineering aspirants are bracing themselves up for the entrance exams for the upcoming academic session 2019 – 2020. All the formalities regarding the application processes have been wrapped up. The exams cover the portions which the students have studied in their 11th, +2 and graduation courses.

The candidates who aim for admission in the top notch Engineering Institutes of the country need to crack these all India entrance exams with good scores. AICTE emphasis on books written by Indian authors whereas UGC emphasis on conceptual learning and development.

Here, we are trying to cover all the necessary information related to Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) (both Mains and Advanced), Graduate Aptitude Test Engineering (GATE) and IIT Joint Admission test for M.Sc., (IIT – JAM) of 2019.

The exam details are as follows:
JEE 2019
This exam is the most “sought after” competitive exam for admission to engineering colleges across the country. It is divided into two levels.

JEE Main 2019
Till 2018, this examination was being conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). From 2019 onwards, it will be conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA). This exam is for securing admission in National Institutes of Technology (NIT’s), Indian Institutes of Information  Technology (IIIT’s) etc. The exam notification was published in October 2018 and the exam will be conducted from 6th January 2019 onwards. The paper 1 Exam will be held in Online Computer Based Test (CBT) mode from January 6th – January 20th 2019 in shifts. Paper 2 exam will be held in pen and paper mode on January 8th, 2019, only in one shift. The exam centres have been allotted to the registered candidates and admit cards will be published on December 17th, 2018.

JEE Advanced 2019
Students who quality in JEE mains are only eligible to appear in JEE Advanced exam, which is the key to secure seats in the premier Engineering  Institutes of the Country, Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT’s).

JEE Advanced 2019 will be held in CBT mode only on May 19, 2019. The Paper 1 will be in the morning session and Paper 2 in the afternoon session. IIT Roorkee is in charge of organising this exam in 2019.

GATE 2019
This exam is based on the understanding of the science and engineering courses taught in undergraduate level along with the analysis of the student’s English and aptitude skills. The scores are used for admission to PG courses like M.E, M.Tech and various Ph.D programmes in IIT’s. GATE 2019 is scheduled on Feb 2, 3, 9 and 10 across all the centres in the country and is going to be conducted by IIT Madras. The admit cards will be issued to all eligible students on Jan 4, 2019 on the official website of GATE 2019.

IIT JAM 2019
This exam is an entrance to pursue M.Sc courses, at IIT’s, IISc  Bangalore, IISER’s & NIT’s. This year IIT Kharagpur will conduct IIT JAM 2019 on February 10, 2019 in two sessions on the same day. The exam is in CBT mode and duration of the exam is 3 hours. The admit cards will be issued on the official website from January 4, 2019 onwards.

So, cracking the above entrance examinations with good scores will help the students across the country to secure Engineering and various Science course seats in the prestigious institutes of the country.

There is hardly time left, there should be no delaying further. Pull up your socks because the race is about to begin. Focus and study hard, work on time management and practise more questions for better performance on the D-day.

Many Engineering Hopefuls To Choose Computer Science

Computer science is the most favoured choice of engineering course aspirants at the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and National Institutes of Technology (NITs)
A quick glance at the opening and closing ranks of the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE Advanced) at the top IITs and NITs in the past few years shows that candidates do have a positive bias towards B.Tech computer science.
The opening and closing ranks (gender neutral) for computer science at IIT, Bombay, this academic year were 1 and 59; 3 and 100 at IIT, Delhi; 51 and 200 at IIT, Madras; 92 and 272 at IIT, Kharagpur; 103 and 213 at IIT, Kanpur; 278 and 416 at IIT, Roorkee; and 333 and 554 at IIT, Guwahati.
At the same time, the opening rank for JEE (Mains) for outside students at NITs in Surathkal and Tiruchirappalli was 278 and 338 and 3,382 for home students at the NIT, Calicut. (In all NITs 50% of the seats are allotted to students of the home State).
However, the opening and closing marks considered at the International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad, were 340 and 260 out of 360 in the JEE (Mains).

Better avenues

Why the top ranking students choose computer science over other disciplines have many factors, including the possibility of better placements. The average annual salary offered for computer science students at the NIT-C, ranked 50th in the engineering colleges category at the national level, was ₹12.5 lakh.
Three students were offered the highest salary of ₹40 lakh and three others ₹33 lakh, all by multinational companies.
T.K. Suresh Babu, head of the NIT-C Training and Placement Cell for 2017-18, said computer science provided challenging opportunities including app development.
Besides, the training period during the post-hiring period is less for computer science graduates when compared to the other engineering streams. Working with multinational companies and the prospects of going abroad also attract the students, he said.
Incidentally, the Analytics Special Interest Group set up by NASSCOM has predicated that there could be a shortage of around 2,00,000 data scientists in India in the next few years.

Employability factor

However, employability factor has also been the biggest issue for companies since data analysts are drawn from different fields, including mathematics, information science, and computer science.
Sanjay Sharma, an IITian and a faculty at a JEE coaching institute, says engineering aspirants choose computer science because of the good departments at the IITs, especially Bombay and Kharagpur. “But many candidates have wrong notions that computer science is an easy branch when compared to the other B.Tech. courses. Many have been compelled to go for extra tuition. Besides, students at IITs face a tough syllabus than their counterparts at the NIT,” he said.
Good Luck Aspirants !