Why is JEE important even outside IIT ?

Old scenario

 Nowadays pursuing an engineering degree is one of the most preferred and highly paid career options in India. But seeking admission to engineering college isn’t as easy as before. Previously one use to easily get admission to an engineering college on the base of their 12th board exam results. Candidates not getting admission through this will get admission through management quota, reserved seats or last option through paid seats. Through this sort of admission, it became difficult for the engineering colleges to mapped out the real candidates for the engineering degree. It had been realized that the boards aren’t the best form of selection and that we got to have another option for choosing the genuine candidates. So most of the universities came up with their private entrance exam to pick the right candidates, as a result, the number of entrance exams was undertaken from different colleges which increased the confusion and load among the scholars and their parents.

JEE introduced 

A requirement for one single exam for engineering was developed. The govt decided to scale back the load for candidates by introducing one exam, the results of this exam are made mandatory to apply in several colleges in India. JEE was introduced as a single entrance examination for engineering colleges.

The Joint Entrance Examination, commonly known as the JEE, is an All-India level examination for getting admission into the undergraduate level courses in the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), National Institutes of Technology (NITs), Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) and Centrally Funded Technical Institutes (CFTIs).

JEE is the most vital exam in India for those students who want to pursue an engineering degree after class 12.

JEE Main and JEE Advanced. 

The JEE consists of two parts-JEE Main and JEE Advanced. 

JEE Main is the first phase which is conducted twice annually within January and April whereas JEE Advanced is conducted once within the month of May. the main motive of both the exams is to pick genuine candidates for engineering.

The JEE Main exam is for admissions into National Institutes of Technology (NITs), Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs), and Centrally Funded Technical Institutes (CFTIs). JEE Main is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA).

The second is JEE Advanced. The JEE Advanced exam is for admissions into the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs). It is conducted by the IITs. The students who obtain marks greater than the JEE Main cut-off marks are eligible to appear in the JEE Advanced examination.

Basically, JEE MAINS is somewhat easier, anyone with some memorizing power and a little bit of concept clarity can crack JEE mains.

But many engineering colleges wanted to take care of their quality and standards and believed that JEE doesn’t create the proper quite metrics to select the genuine candidates. so that they decided to use their own examination namely JEE Advanced to admit students to undergraduate programs. JEE gives admission to the elite and prestigious engineering colleges of India named NIT and IIT.

Once the exam is successfully conducted, candidates qualifying for this exam will participate in JEE Main counselling, through which they’re going to get seats in their desired college.

The JEE mains score is that the sum-total of your total obtained marks in Physics-Chemistry-Maths and is out of 360.

The JEE Mains Rank is that the Orderly arrangement of scholars based upon their JEE mains Score and therefore the score relativity. for instance, if two students got an equivalent JEE mains score of 117, then the one who scored more marks in Maths will be given priority, then Physics then Chemistry.

More than this it’s a matter of social pride that you simply are studying in IIT or NIT. You become an area celebrity if you’ve got cleared JEE with an honest rank.

There are total 31 NITs, 25 IIITs and 28 Government Funded Technical Institutes (GFTIs).

Some of the top engineering colleges that accept JEE main score as a major point of selection :

  1. Amity School of Engineering, Noida
  2. Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology, Thiruvananthapuram
  3. Indian Institute of Information Technology Allahabad
  4. Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology, Delhi
  5. Government College of Engineering, Aurangabad
  6. Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology Allahabad
  7. Delhi Technological University, Delhi
  8. International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore
  9. National Institute of Technology Tiruchirappalli
  10. Graphic Era University, Dehradun

 

and many more.

10 Things to do when you have an exam and you haven’t prepared yet..

Things to do when you have an exam, and you have not prepared until the last moment

  1. The first and the most important thing to do is to give up on your pleasures and enjoyment.now that we have less time for preparation we need to eliminate the free time. Last-minute preparation is not a good thing to practice, anyhow when we have no other choice we need to give all our 100 % effort into the preparation.

  2. You should have a proper timetable and set your schedule.  Upon planning, a student must be ready to sacrifice all the other pleasures. Plan your timetable in such a way that you divide the time left most effectively. Analyse the subjects you need more time in, give priorities to those subjects. Distribute the whole day into parts and study the subjects in the stipulated time.

  3. Do not procrastinate, keep pushing yourself and don’t skip the timetable you have made and abide by it. As we are preparing at the last moment there isn’t even thought of procrastination as the time in our hand is already less. While preparing, make sure that when you finish a topic, you are already thorough with it. Because we won’t have enough time to come back and finish the same portions.

  4. Set clear goals and deadlines and follow them with utmost faith. Push yourself to the highest limit you can. Divide the time left into two parts one for the thorough preparations and the other for revision. Revision is very important as a student gets to know which area he needs to be more careful about in revisions. As we won’t, have much time for mock tests and self-assessment make sure you keep testing yourself as you finish the portions..
  5. Stop postponing things and follow the timetable.
  1. Get yourself materials that’ll help you understand the concept easily in a shorter span of time. Keeping in mind the very less time available with us, we need to find the materials that will make it easier for us to study. Studying complex materials would take more time to understand and analyse. Find the book that would help your level of understanding and stick to them.

  2. Do not get yourself any distraction, whenever you feel like being pulled towards something, remind yourself about your dream. All your distraction would cost you your goal. If you feel like something would distract you or won’t let you concentrate on your last-minute preparation, stay away from it. Put all your mind and time into the preparation you won’t have the space for distractions.

  3. avoid peer pressure. Stop comparing yourself with your friends. Do not ask your friends how much of the portions they have completed and put yourself down. Every student has his own pace. Don’t doubt yourself by seeing your friends.this is the time to concentrate on yourself and not others. Cut unnecessary communication with others. Approach either your staff or online classes to clear your doubt.

  4. prepare from last year question papers. Most of the times, preparing from previous year question papers would give you an idea of the pattern of questions. Hence you can be able to figure which portion to provide more priority. The chances of the same questions repeating are higher too. Thus It may be helpful. Study the question papers and learn the methods in which the question has been solved, even if the same question isn’t asked, the technique to solve maybe same, which may help you in solving the problem. Don’t underestimate any topic.cover all the topics even if it doesn’t have high weightage in the question paper.

  5. Revision is the essential thing in last-minute preparation. Last-minute preparation is squeezing the whole syllabus is a short span of time. Hence refreshing what he has studied is very important. Revision is the place to test your memory and find out the places you still need to refresh. Revision is not studying, so do not keep any portion for studying in the last moment. Revision is for building confidence in yourself. Make at least 3 revisions and test yourself in all the parts of the portions. If you feel like you like in any topic, make yourself thorough in the topic immediately. Make sure when you complete your last revision you are confident enough to be able to solve any question that is given to you.

Most importantly, do not stress yourself. Because if you lose your calm, all the 10 points listed above will go waste. Keep your mind at peace to concentrate more.

 

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 to Register for NEET Exam?

Step1: Registration:

       The foremost step is NEET EXAM registration. Candidates have to visit the official website Of NEET ntaneet.nic.in. After visiting the official website candidates have to click on “New Registration”. After clicking on the ” New Registration ” read the instructions carefully given before moving onto the further step. At the end of the page mark the checkbox for confirmation. After conforming and reading the instructions carefully click on “Proceed To Apply Online NEET(UG)”. After that, the NEET registration form will appear. The following details of the candidate have to be submitted for registration.

Personal Details:

  • Candidate’s Name:
  • Mother’s Name:
  • Father’s Name:
  • Date of Birth:
  • Any Identity Type of Candidate:
  • Gender:
  • Nationality:
  • Mobile Number:
  • Email Id:
  • Security Pin:

After filling up the ” Personal Details ” section click on the “Preview and Next” to proceed for the next steps.

Step2: Upload Scanned Images:

       The next important step is to upload scanned images. For this, u need to click on “Upload Your Recent Photograph and Signature”. After uploading your recent photograph and signature the next important thing you have to upload your scanned and verified Marksheets and Documents. After submitting all the important documents click on ” Submit” to move on the payment page.

Step3: Make Payment:

      The next most important step is to make payment for NEET Exam. Click on any one of the required payment method(Net Banking/Credit Card/Debit Card). After finishing the payment then click on “Proceed for Payment” and pay the required NEET exam registration fee. Once the payment is successfully completed you will be automatically redirected to the “Print Confirmation Page”.

Step4: Print Confirmation Page:

     This step is the last step and the most important step of the NEET exam registration form. Click on the “Click Here to Take Printout Of Your Confirmation Page”. Take out the print of your confirmation payment page and keep that print safe for future reference. Now, the candidates have successfully registered their own NEET Exam registration form.

How to Crack the NEET Exam?

Step1: Make Proper and Effective Study Strategy:

       Candidates must prepare their own effective and good timetable for their better exam preparation.  Candidate has to study at least 7 to 9hours per day. Preparing effective and proper timetable including small breaks in between study time helps a candidate to cover all the syllabus on time for the NEET exam.

Step2: Time Management:

      During exam time is the most valuable thing to cover all syllabus on time before the exam. Time Management is a very important and useful skill necessary during entrance exams like NEET. Time Management helps the candidate to analyze that especially on which topic they want to focus more and on which topic they have to focus less because they have already prepared that topic earlier.

Step3: Give Mock-Tests: 

          Solve as much as previous year’s question papers and give mock tests on your own regular or fortnight. By giving mock tests and solving the previous year’s question papers helps to manage that respective time and helps you to understand your own learning.

 Step 4: Study When You Want To:

       Study at that time when you are able to concentrate more and you can concentrate only on that particular subject rather than getting distracted. Everyone has their own study time when they can just concentrate more and retain It better. Online there are so many apps that help to study anytime, anywhere, with your own comfort/with your own space.

Step5: Study Techniques:

      Follow your own study technique that can help you to solve tough questions easily and helps you to remember the concept in a much better way. As for example, you can use Mind Maps for Biology to understand tough concepts easily. Use Block Diagrams for Physics to understand Principal Functions more easily. Use Flow Charts for Chemistry which will help you to understand the workflow, and helps you to know step by step sequences which are the solutions. 

Step6: Prepare Important Notes:

         One of the best skills to improve memory is making effective and important notes while preparing. Before the examination, the candidate must prepare this important note so that they don’t face any difficulty or confusion while revising the last moment of the exam. For making notes the candidate should use a diary or notepad to mark and write important points.

Step7: Take Care of Health:

      During exams, good health is the most important thing for a candidate. Candidates should take care of their health during exams. Candidates should be mentally and physically fit so that they can study and give exams without facing any problem during the time of the exam.

With these above 7 main study preparation tips, you should be well prepared to crack the NEET EXAM.

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.

How to Register for JEE Exam?

Step:1 Registration: 

The foremost step is JEE MAIN EXAM registration. Candidates have to visit JEE MAIN exam website and then click on “Fill Online Application Form”. Go and click on ” Registration”. Candidates have to read the important guidelines and then click on “Click Here To Proceed”. The following details of the candidate have to be submitted for registration.

Personal Details:
  1. Candidate’s Name
  2. Mother’s Name

3.Father’s Name

4.Date of Birth

5.Any Identity Type Of Candidate

6.Gender

7.Qualifying Examination Roll Number Of Candidate

Contact Details:

 

  • Address
  • Locality
  • City/town/village
  • State
  • District
  • Phone Number
  • Pin Code
  • Email Address

 

Choose Password:

At this main stage, the candidate has to choose a strong password, security code, and security answer.

Password Specifications
  • The password must have at least 7 to 14 characters.
  • It should have at least one upper case, one lower case alphabet and at least one numeric value in it
  • To proceed further on the next step candidates, have to click on the Next Button.

Click on Submit Button. The application number will be generated after the first step of registration will be completed.

Step2: Filling up the application form:

     The next important step to enter the required details in the remaining form includes. The common things the form would include is, 

Personal Information:

 

  • Nationality
  • State Code Of Eligibility
  • Category
  • PWD Category Or Not
  • Diabetic Or Not
  • Mode Of Preparation

 

Academic Details

 

  • Pass status of class 10th or equivalent.
  • Name of the qualifying exam passed by the candidate for class 10th
  • Type of school for class 10th
  • Marks details for class 10th
  • Name of the qualifying exam for class 12th
  • Place of schooling for class 12th
  • Marks details for class 12th

 

Step3: Uploading of Scanned Documents:

       Certain documents must be uploaded by the candidate in this portion. The documents to be uploaded by the candidate include the candidate’s photograph and signature. Along with this candidate who has attempted 10+2 examinations will have to upload their 10th and 12th mark sheets. To upload the documents, the candidates have to click on the “Upload Scanned Documents”. After uploading the documents, to move further candidates have to click on ” Submit Documents ” and move onto the next payment step.

Step4: Payment of Application Fees:

      After the candidate’s documents are uploaded successfully, the next step is to pay the application fees. The payment can be done through online mode Debit card/Credit card/Net Banking. After completing the payment process move onto the last step of registration.

Step5: Take a Print out:

      The last and final step is to take a printout of the registration form acknowledgment for future reference.

How to Crack JEE EXAM? 

Many students are worried about how they can crack the JEE Exam with the best marks. The following are the techniques includes step by step procedure to crack JEE Exam.

1.Plan your Studies Well:

       Create your own study plan. It helps you to organize and concentrate more on your JEE exam preparation. Every day solve at least some problems with Mathematics and Physics. Study for at least 6 to 8 hours per day.

  1. Books-the Important Savior

         Books are the most important tool when it comes to JEE preparation. Refer to the most important books available in the market of Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics for JEE preparation. Apart from NCERT Textbooks, there are so many books available in the market which help you to prepare well for JEE Exam.

   3. Give Mock Tests:

       Solve as much as previous year’s question papers and give mock tests on your own regular or fortnight. By giving a mock test and solving previous year’s question paper’s helps to manage that respective time and helps you to understand your own learning

4.Study When You Want To:

       Study at that time when you are able to concentrate more and you can concentrate only on that particular subject rather than getting distracted. Everyone has their own study time when they can just concentrate more and retain It better. Online there are so many apps that help to study anytime, anywhere, with your own comfort/with your own space.

  1. Study Techniques:

     Follow your own study technique that can help you to solve tough questions easily and helps you to remember the concept in a much better way. As for example, you can use Mind Maps for Mathematics to understand tough concepts easily. Use Block Diagrams for Physics to understand Principal Functions more easily. Use Flow Charts for Chemistry which will help you to understand the workflow, and helps you to know step by step sequences which are the solutions. 

With these above 5 main study preparation tips, you should be well prepared to crack JEE MAIN EXAM

Is There Any Dress Code For JEE Main 2020?

Dress Code:

    For JEE Main 2020, the National Testing Agency (NTA) has already released a stating advisory for all the candidates who are appearing for JEE Mains in the year 2020. The dos and don’ts for the candidates have already been released by National Testing Agency on their official website or on the JEE official website. Candidates are requested to go and check and implement those rules and regulations by them. According to the National Testing Agency (NTA), there is no mention like earlier that particular what to wear on the day for examination for the candidates who are appearing in that particular examination. The National Testing Agency(NTA) has certain rules and regulations that are issued by them and may affect the candidates choice on the day of examination. There are so many regulations issued by the National Testing Agency(NTA) like no metal items are allowed in the examination hall by any of the candidates, and the candidates shouldn’t wear metal belts or the belt that is having metal nice on it. There are other rules and regulations for candidates to what they have to wear and what they don’t have to wear during examination.

JEE Main 2020 Dress Code: What To Wear And What Not To Wear:

The National Testing Agency(NTA) has already released for the candidate a small idea for them to what to wear and what not to wear during examination. The candidates should wear simple and plain or comfortable clothes that avoid undergoing exhaustive checking by the National Testing Agency(NTA). Candidates should try wearing half sleeves T-shirt or shirt which are light to them and do not have any kind of drapes. Candidates should understand to avoid complicated hairstyles or their clothing that will lead to a longer frisker session by them. The candidates should avoid wearing that have metal things on them like metal watches, metal belts etc. The candidates should avoid wearing any kind of jewellery or accessories during the examination.

What To Wear In JEE Main 2020?

The candidate should not wear long sleeves clothes or attires with too many pockets in that particular dress. Candidates should wear slippers or sandals during examination and candidates should avoid wearing any kind of shoes or sports shoes during the examination. Candidates should avoid wearing clothes with big buttons and batches on it. Candidates should not wear fancy clothes like fancy scarfs, watches, sunglasses etc. during the examination. There are so many items that are banned during examination by the National Testing Agency in JEE Mains 2020. The banned items in JEE Main 2020 are the mobile phone, charger, earphones or any kind of electronic items are banned during the examination. Handbag or backpack is not allowed during the examination. Loose eatables or packed water bottle is mainly banned during the examination. Any kind of metallic items by candidates is banned during the examination. Any kind of paper, books or stationery is not allowed by the candidates during the examination. Electronic watches with the facility of the calculator in that watch is not allowed and banned during the examination.

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