JEE Main Exam April 2019 – Application Form & Dates

JEE Main Exam April 2019 - Application Form & Dates
Dear candidates, as per the official notification, the National Testing Agency (NTA) had decided to hold JEE Main Exams twice a year from 2019. The NTA conducted its First JEE (Main) Examination in January 2019 and the result of the same was declared by January itself. As per the recent update, the National Testing Agency will be conducting the next JEE (Main) Exam in April. The admissions are open to Undergraduate Programs in NITs, IIITs and other Centrally Funded Technical Institutions (CFTIs), etc., from 7th April to 20th April, 2019 in eight different slots. To appear in the JEE (Main)…

IIT Foundation- the best way to crack IIT JEE

the best way to crack IIT JEE
Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is an entrance exam conducted for admission to various engineering colleges in India. JEE Main and the JEE Advanced are what constitute the whole examination process. The exams are of the objective pattern. All IITs and various other colleges accept the JEE score for admissions in their college. IIT FOUNDATION – getting admissions into IIT is a big task and the preparation has to be absolute so as to excel. Students need to get into the right gear early on in life so as to have a secure future. Engineering is, and always have been one of…

Detailed Trend Analysis of JEE Main Exam

JEE Main trend analysis
Excelling in JEE MAIN exams gives an opportunity to students to apply for JEE ADVANCED and then to their choice of IIT college or university. CBSE was the main government body to conduct JEE exams. From this year, NTA or National Testing Agency was given the responsibility to conduct JEE MAIN exams. The exam was conducted in completely online mode with advanced technology on a percentile basis. Each year, the pattern of question may or may not differ and the students will have to prepare themselves accordingly with regular practice sessions. JEE MAIN has three main subjects – Physics, Chemistry…

AGE LIMIT 25 YEARS REMOVED FOR IIT JEE 2019 BY Supreme Court

AGE LIMIT 25 YEARS REMOVED FOR IIT JEE 2019 BY Supreme Court
The candidates who were unable to apply for IIT JEE 2019 because their age is above 25 years can now apply for the exams as declared by the Supreme Court today. The age limit has been relaxed only provisionally but will help a lot of aspiring students. The IIT JEE exams are national level exams, giving opportunity to lakhs of students for entrance in prestigious engineering colleges and universities from all over the country. The JEE MAIN exams are scheduled for the month of April 6 and 20. The registration is going to begin on February 8 and the last…

JEE Main 2019 Overview & Eligibility Criteria

Overview and Eligibility of JEE Main 2019
JEE a Main 2019 eligibility criterion is dissected into three parts namely, the Age Limit, Year of Appearance in Qualifying Examination, Number of Subjects in Qualifying Examination. Age Limit – The age limit is not of the JEE exam but of the college the student wishes to take admission in, anyone having appeared in the class 12th board examination of 2017, 2018 or will be appearing in the current year (2019) is eligible to take the exam. The students should fall into the age category as mentioned in the rules of the college they wish to enter. Year of Qualifying…

NTA – JEE MAIN 2019 EXAM RESULTS DECLARED!

NTA JEE Main result
The results for JEE MAIN exam that took place this year on January 19 has been declared by NTA. This was the first time that NTA or National Testing Agency conducted this exam to give opportunity to students for admission or fellowship in higher educational institutions of India. The official website to check JEE MAIN exam of NTA is: NTA JEE MAIN 2019 results The students can access their results by going on the official website with their respective application number, password and date of birth. After checking the results, the students can also download or print their results. These…

JEE Main 2019: Dates, Exam Pattern & Syllabus

JEE Main 2019 dates, exam pattern, syllabus
JEE main is the qualifying test for appearance in JEE advanced exams, which opens up opportunities to get into IITs, while being a path in itself for entry in various colleges for programs like B.Tech and B.E.  JEE Main is being conducted by the NTA in 2019 and will be held twice, once in the month of January and once in April. The Exam Schedule of JEE Main 2019 first attempt is over. The exams were conducted in the month of January between the dates 9th – 20th. The process of the examination was as given below Online submission of…

Aman Bansal of Jaipur tops JEE (Advance)

Aman Bansal from Jaipur has stood first in JEE (Advance). He is followed by Bhavesh Dhingra from Yamuna Nagar and KunalGoyal from Jaipur who have secured second and third positions in the examination. 36,566 candidates have qualified the examination out of 1.47 lakh. Riya Singh,with 133 rank has stood first among the girls. This year there was an increase of 569 seats as compared to the last year. The toppers are: SC: ChinmayAwale ,Navi Mumbai ST: ChaitanyaNaik Physically challenged: Hari Prasad K, Guntur Zone wise toppers: IIT-Bombay: 8,810 IIT-Madras: 6,702 IIT-Delhi: 5,941

28 out 30 of Super Thirty Clear the JEE (Advance)

Patna’s’ Super 30’ coaching centre has been able to set the record once again ; 28 out of 30 students have cracked the JEE (Advance) examination this year. ‘Super 30’ is an education programme under the banner of ‘Ramanujan School of Mathematics, it is a coaching institute in Patna that teaches underprivileged students of the state. It not only provides free coaching but also food and accommodation to the aspirants. Results of previous years: All 30 students cleared the examination in 2013 27 cleared the examination in 2014 25 candidates cleared the examination in 2015

Results of IIT JEE (Main) 2016 declared

The results of IIT-Joint entrance examination will be announced on April 27, 2016. It is expected that approximately 12 lakh students appeared for the Main offline paper I and paper II that was held on April 3, 2016 and online paper I and paper II held on April 9 and 10 respectively. JEE Main exam scores form the basis on which admission to NIT’s, IIT’s and other centrally funded technical institutes. Those who are able to clear the exam will qualify to appear for JEE (Advanced), the next level of the exam scheduled to be conducted on May 22, 2016.…

No Weight Age of class 12 Marks in JEE 2017 – (Its Possible Impact on Students)

Marks in Class XII will not be a considerable factor in JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) in rankings for admissions in engineering undergraduate courses from 2017. This declaration has been made by HRD Ministry. This decision has been made after examining the Ashok Mishra Committee's report and giving due consideration to public feedback. Recently, MHRD has decided to introduce few changes in the pattern of JEE for 2017. The present system of JEE selection involves 40% weightage to Class XII marks in order to determine ranks in JEE.   It’s Application and implications:   1)    Class XII scores will play a…

Jee Main 2016: CBSE Records 9% Dip In Applications

JEE-Main-2016
There is a significant dip in the registrations for Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2016. About one lakh fewer students have registered for JEE Main as compared to the total number of students who had registered in 2015. Going by the official data in 2015, 13.03 lakh students had applied for JEE Main in 2015, while the total number of registrations for JEE Main is 12.07 lakh. JEE Main has been witnessing a dip since 2015, when a total number of registrations declined by 50,000 as compared to 2014, when the figure was 13.56 applications for JEE Main. In 2015,…
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