What are the different entrance exams conducted by the state government of different states?

MAH CET 

Maharashtra State Common Entrance Test is the common entrance exam conducted by the Maharashtra government for the undergraduate, postgraduate and managements studies for both the government the private colleges that fall under the Maharashtra government.

It is a computer-based examination. 

MHT CET is the entrance examination that is conducted for B.E., Bachelor in pharmacy, agriculture and dairy technologies. It is scheduled to be on April 13 and 17 2020.

MAH – MBA/MMS is the entrance exam for business administration and management studies. It was scheduled on March 14th and 15th.

M.Arch-CET is the examination for masters in architecture. The exam will be conducted on May 10.

MAH-B.HMCT is for the hotel management course. This examination is only for the undergraduate degree; it is scheduled to be on May 10.

WBJEE

West Bengal, joint entrance examination, is a state-level examination conducted every year for the admission for BTech and b pharma in different colleges in west Bengal.

The exam is conducted in the offline mode. The student must have passed the 12th exam from the central board or state board and must have opted for physics chemistry maths and English and should have at least obtained 45% in maths physics and chemistry together. The student must be 17 years old as of Dec 2020. 

B pharma examination requires the student to have opted for biology and physics and chemistry.

TANCET

Tamil Nadu Common Entrance Test is held by the anna university for the state government. This exam is for the people looking to pursue MBA MCA ME/M TECH/M ARCH/M PLAN. The candidate must fulfil specific eligibility criteria that are set by the university. The candidate must have a bachelors degree and should have attained at 50% in the degree. 

MBA

The student must have finished his 12th and has a three years course or must have completed the 10th and had three diploma and three years of bachelors course.

M.E/ M.Tech/ M.Arch/M.Plan

The same applies to the m tech courses.

The candidate must have a bachelors degree with at least 50% marks.

The application fee is 500 per program. If the candidate needs to pay an additional 500 for the courses applied.

CUSAT CAT

Cochin university conducts a combined entrance examination for the candidates looking to opt for a U.G. or P.G. courses. The exam will be held on April 18th and 19th.

The exam expects the candidate of Kerala state board to have a 45% score in mathematics alone and also 45% with physics chemistry and maths put together.

And the students with a valid GATE score are given a 5% relaxation for m tech courses.

The BTech exam will consist of 125 marks question of mathematics 75 of physics and 50 of chemistry. The registration for the exam can be done through www.cusat.nic. It is an online application process. The candidate needs to pay a sum of 1000 rs for the application if they belong to the general category. Sc and st need to pay 500 rs for the applications.

How Can I Download JEE Main 2020 Admit Card?

What Is Admit Card?

The admit card or hall ticket is very important for the candidates who are appearing for their entrance examination. The admit card or hall ticket is one of the major document which candidate’s need to carry with themselves during their board examination, university examination or any kind of entrance examination. The candidates won’t be allowed to give the exam without their hall ticket or admit card. Hall ticket and admit card are one and the same thing. There are so many details mentioned in admit card of candidate’s and it’s important for candidate to keep their hall ticket safe without letting their hall ticket or admit card misplaced. The details of candidates who are appearing for their board examination, university examination or any kind of entrance examination on their admit card is about the final date and the time of the exam. Candidate’s exam centre details will be mentioned in their admit card.  The candidate’s registration number or their roll number will also be mentioned in their hall ticket. Some of the instructions to candidates will be mentioned in their hall ticket.

How To Download Admit Card?

There are so many websites for candidates to download their admit card online without facing any kind of difficulty. Nowadays, the National Testing Agency(NTA), releases the admit card or hall ticket for the candidates who are going to appear for entrance examination on their official website. The National Testing Agency has already announced that the JEE Main 2020 entrance examination has been postponed because of the Coronavirus outbreak which we are facing badly. The candidates who are appearing for JEE Mains 2020 will have to download their admit card or hall ticket by using their application number from the official website of JEE or National Testing Agency(NTA) which will be mentioned on the top of their hall ticket or admit card. The other way for candidates to download their hall ticket or admit card is they can download their hall ticket or their admit card by using their password or their date of birth.

Online Process To Download Admit Card:

It is very much important for the candidates to check their details properly on their JEE Main 2020 admit card or hall ticket. If there is any kind of correction regarding anything in their hall ticket or admit card it’s very important to contact the National Testing Agency(NTA) official for correction if there is any kind of discrepancy. The candidates who have already successfully applied for their JEE Main 2020 entrance examination have to download their admit card or hall ticket for appearing in that particular entrance examination. Without hall ticket or admit card the candidates won’t be allowed to give their entrance examination. The candidates must carry their same hall ticket or admit card to the exam centre in order to appear for that particular entrance examination. The candidates have to carry importantly their passport size photography along with their hall ticket. The admit card or hall ticket of candidates will require during their counselling or in their admission process.

what are the type of questions given in JEE

Joint Entrance Examination – (JEE Main)

           This JEE (Main) Exam is for the admission to Undergraduate and architecture based courses in institutes accepting JEE main scores.

Question Paper types for JEE-Main

    There are two patterns of question paper, one for B.E/B. Tech and the other for the B.Arch/B-Planning.

For B.E/B.Arch. exam mode the question paper consists of three subjects ( Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics) with a time duration of 3 hours. Each subject carries 20+ 5 questions, in which 20 (objective based multiple choice questions) and 5 (Questions with answer in numerical value) and total 75 questions. 

For B.Arch., the question paper consists of Mathematics, Aptitude Test in computer-based mode, and Drawing test in pen-and-paper mode with a time duration of 3 hours. Mathematics carries 20(MCQ)+5(answer is numerical value) questions, Aptitude test contains 50 objective types (MCQ) questions, and the drawing test contains two drawing questions of a total of 77 questions.

For Planning the question paper consists of 

Mathematics, Aptitude Test, and planning based test in computer-based mode with a time duration of 3 hours. Mathematics carries 20(MCQ)+5(answer is numerical value) questions, Aptitude test contains 50 objective types (MCQ) questions, and a planning based test contains 25 objective types (MCQs) with a total of 100 questions.

JEE Exam Practices:

           Candidates can practice the online mock test by registering for the NTA official website. Also, the mock test of JEE is being conducted in various schools/colleges identified by NTA as Test Practise Centres(TPC)

JEE Exam Preparations:

To increase the weightage in the exam, the candidates must go through the JEE Main syllabus so that they can cover the topics and prepare accordingly. The syllabus won’t fail to compromise to cover the issues and concepts of class 11 and 12 with slight variation in the difficult level. Next, the candidates are asked to cover the previous year’s questions so that that candidate can learn time management.

Coaching:

           The 12th class studies don’t define your entrance examination results; on the contrary, the subject knowledge defines. The coaching classes start before two years for the examination. Even though you have well prepared for your class 11 and 12, you still need an intense effort to make sure that your preparation is adequate to create a winning attempt in JEE.

Is There Any Age Limit In JEE Main 2020?

What Is Age Limit Or Eligibility Criteria In JEE Main 2020?

The eligibility criteria of any candidate who is appearing for any kind of entrance examination is very important.  If the eligibility criteria of any candidate do not match according to that particular entrance examination in which the candidate is appearing then the candidate won’t be allowed to appear in that particular examination in which the candidate wanted to appear. Different study’s protocol has different guidelines for who can and who cannot appear in their entrance examination. These major guidelines are known as Eligibility Criteria. Age limit and eligibility criteria are one and the same thing for the candidates who are appearing in any of the entrance examinations. The eligibility criteria or age limit of a candidate describes the characteristics of a candidate that must be shared by all the candidates and must be shared by all the staff members of that particular entrance examination.  The eligibility criteria or age limit of a candidate differ from their study to study.

Important Things Regarding Age Limit:

The candidate’s eligibility criteria may include everything of the candidate like their age, gender,  medical history, date of birth and their current health status verified by the specialist.  JEE Main 2020 has the age limit and eligibility criteria for their candidates who are appearing in JEE Mains 2020 entrance examination. The minimum age limit of the candidate to appear for JEE Main 2020 entrance examination is 17years. The maximum age limit of a candidate who is appearing for JEE Main in the year 2020 should be of 24 years.

Age Limit In JEE Main 2020:

For any caste ST/SC/OBC the eligibility criteria or age limit will be the same for both. The National Testing Agency (NTA)  has already released the eligibility criteria for the candidates who are appearing for their JEE Main 2020 in their official brochure. The candidates are requested by the National Testing Agency(NTA) to check their eligibility criteria or their age limit in the JEE Main 2020 before applying for that entrance examination. The candidates need to fulfil all the basic and important details that are asked in that online form. The important detail in that form of candidate will be their eligibility details or else the candidature will be rejected without any prior notice to the candidate and that candidate won’t be allowed to appear in that entrance examination. The candidate who is fully ready and meets the official JEE Main 2020 eligibility criteria can apply for that entrance examination. The eligibility criteria or age limit of the candidate must be 12th completed or any of the equivalent examination. The age limit or eligibility criteria consists of all the important details of candidates that includes their educational qualification, their age limit, their nationality the subjects which they appeared in their class 10th or in their class 12th.

First Milestone- Entrance Exam After Class 12th

Entrance exam in India after class 12th

Introduction

Every child wants to excel in his/her academics and achieve their dreams. The Indian economy is progressing at a fast pace, and so is its educational system. Competition among the students has rapidly increased. Therefore to stand out in their academics, students prepare for further higher studies from very early classes.

The list of entrance exams which a student can give after 12th, according to their respective streams, are as follows:

 Science Stream Entrance for Undergraduates (class 12th)-

JEE Main (Joint Entrance Exam)—-

Courses JEE Main offers-

JEE Main eligibles a candidate to get a degree of B.Tech/B.E., B.Arch, and B.Plan.

Eligibility Criteria-

A candidate can fill the application form of JEE Main exam, only if he/she fulfills the following eligibility criteria:

Qualification:

  • Candidate should have pass class 12th
  • Candidate appearing for class 12th exam is also eligible for the entrance exam

Age:

There’s no age limit for the JEE Main exam

Subject Combinations:

B.E./B.Tech- For Bachelor of Engineering or Bachelor of Technology, a student must have Physics (compulsory) and Mathematics (obligatory) along with Chemistry/Biology/Biotechnology/Technical Vocational Subject (anyone).

  1. Arch- For Bachelor of Architecture, one must have Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry.
  2. Plan- Bachelor of Planning requires Mathematics compulsorily.

The number of attempts-

One can attempt for JEE Main exam for three consecutive years. The exam is conducted twice a year. Students can appear for two times in a single year.

Who qualifies the exam-

If you are a general category student, you have to get a minimum of 75 percent in class 12th.

ST/SC/OBC category student has to get a minimum of 65 percent in class 12th.

JEE Advanced—-

Courses JEE Advance offers-

Jee advanced is an entrance exam for the bachelor’s and integrated masters and dual degree programs. Jee advance is only for the admission in all the 23 IITs. Major IITs conduct the exam. For example, IIT Kharagpur, IIT Kanpur, IIT Madras, IIT Delhi, IIT Bombay, IIT Guwahati, and IIT Roorkee.

Eligibility-

The candidates who qualify jee mains are eligible to appear for JEE advanced.

The number of attempts-

This exam is conducted once a year and is for 3 hours.

Who qualifies the exam-

If you are a general category student, you have to get a minimum of 75 percent in class 12th.

ST/SC/OBC category student has to get a minimum of 65 percent in class 12th.

NEET—- (National Eligibility Entrance Test)

Courses NEET offers-

NEET provides you MBBS and BDS degree courses.

Eligibility Criteria-

Qualification:

  • Must have passed 10+2 or equivalent with Physics, Biology/Biotechnology, Chemistry, and English as main subjects.
  • Students appearing for class 12th exams can also appear with the same combination of subjects mentioned above.

Age:

The minimum age should be 17, and there is no upper age limit until now.

The number of attempts-

There is an unlimited number of attempts.

Commerce Stream Entrance for Undergraduates (class 12th)-

B.com (Bachelor of Commerce)—-

The following eligibility criteria are for Banaras Hindu University.

Eligibility Criteria-

Qualification:

  • A student must have passed class 12th or equivalent with 50% marks from recognized boards.
  • Also, a student appearing for class 12th or equivalent can give the exam.

Age:

The maximum age limit is 22 years for general category students. However, for ST/SC, there’s a relaxation of 5 years from the upper limit of age. And, for OBC it is three years of relaxation from the upper age limit.

Subject Combinations:

A student must have Commerce/Business studies, Economics, Accounts, and any other vocational commerce subject in class 12th or equivalent.

Course Duration-

The course’s duration is three years.

BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration)—-

Eligibility Criteria-

Qualification:

  • A student must have passed class 12th or equivalent with at least 50% marks from recognized boards.
  • Also, a student appearing for class 12th or equivalent can give the exam.

Age:

The maximum age limit is 22 years for general category students. However, for ST/SC, there’s a relaxation of 5 years from the upper limit of age. And, for OBC it is three years of relaxation from the upper age limit.

Subject Combinations:

A student must have Commerce/Business studies, Economics, Accounts, and any other vocational commerce subject in class 12th or equivalent.

Course Duration-

The duration of this course is three years.

 

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

jee main 2019

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 Answer Key Released – Steps to Download Answer Key

JEE Answer key download

After verifying the challenged answer key, NTA will release the final answer key.

The National Testing Agency (NTA) has released the answer key of the Joint Entrance Main (JEE Main) examinations today, on January 14, 2019 on the official website, Jermain.nic.in. The candidates can directly check the answer key through the official website. Moreover, NTA will declare the result of the JEE Main examinations on January 31, 2019.

Objections against the answer key:

  • The online window to raise the objections will be available for a week after the release of answer keys.
  • After verifying the challenged answer key, NTA will release the final answer key.

Steps to download JEE Main Answer Key 2019:
Step 1: Visit the official website, nta.ac.in
Step 2: Click on ‘download answer key’ link
Step 3: Enter registration number, roll number
Step 4: Answer key will appear on the screen
Step 5: Download it, and take a print out for further reference

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