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JEE(Main) scores low as a consequence of the difficult physics section

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The CBSE results for JEE (Main) were announced on Monday and it decided the luck of a lot of Engineering students. Out of the 12.92 lakh that appeared for the exam, only 1.5 lakh qualified the test to appear in JEE (Advanced). In this year, compared to previous years, the cut offs were lowered by the CBSE.

For General category candidates, the cut off is 105 in 2015, while it was 115 in 2014 and for the scheduled caste candidates it is less than 4 marks. Students who appeared for the offline exam also received the grace marks for mistakes in the question paper.

Despite Pro-student measures the highest score decreased across the country. In Tamil Nadu, the highest score is 317 in this year, which was 340 in 2014. National topper in the past year scored 355 out of 360. This year, a student from Pune national topper with a score of 345, 10 marks less than the record of the last year.

The cause for this drop in scores is difficult physics section of the written test. There were mixed reactions about the topic of mathematics. Students and teachers pronounce that the scoring fell on account of physics and mathematics papers.

JEE Main Result 2015 : 2 days to go


Just two days left. More than 13 lakh engineering aspirants who appeared for the IIT-JEE main exam 2015, one of the most prestigious entrance exam in the nation, will get their score plus verdict on whether they have qualifies for the next round in couple of days from now!

The Central Board of Secondary Education announced that result will declare on 27th April 2015. Exam was conducted across the nation for the students who desire to get into the most reputed and prestigious engineering Schools. It is also believed that this is the toughest entrance exam which is the only gateway to get into the IITs, NITs, and other colleges around the country who takes admission on the basis of JEE result.

Exam was conducted on both in offline and online mode on April 4 and April 10 respectively. Students who will crack the exam successfully will be eligible for JEE Advanced. Result for both the modes will be announced on the same date. The score shall comprise the actual marks obtained by the aspirant obtained in Paper-1 of JEE (Main)-2015 alone with their actual qualifying status of those who qualify for appearing in JEE (Advanced)-2015. Students has to download their score cards which will valid for the admission in the various institutes in CSAB and for all other colleges who would be taking admissions on the basis of JEE Mains score card. On the basis of Score List, Merit list will be declaring on 7th July.

JEE Main exam 2015- multiple discrepancies in answer key

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CBSE has conducted JEE exam every year. JEE is the only gateway for the direct entry in the top engineering colleges and other prestigious engineering colleges. JEE (Mains) exam was conducted on 4th April’2015 via paper pen mode and on 10th April 2015 via online mode by CBSE has released its answer key, OMR Sheet and Recorded response on 18th April on official website.

Several inconsistencies and multiple discrepancies were found in the Answer key. Many Coaching class instructors, students are worried about some of the answers furnished by the Central Board of Secondary Education on 18th April. Also, the answers are challenged by many. This may also result in the wrong negative marking and students may lose marks not for the specific question but also for the penalty for the right answer.

Four questions in set C were found to have discrepancies. CBSE declared that question 22 was correct but it was found to be incorrect after challenged by many aspirants. Other questions like question 51 found to be correct but CBSE said otherwise. One question had 2 correct options and in question 57, CBSE declared only one correct option. CBSE also declared four grace marks given to all the candidates for the questions that were stated incorrect by CBSE in answer key.

JEE Main 2015- OMR sheets for offline exam

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JEE Main Exam 2015 has been completed for both the modes i.e. Pen pencil or offline mode and CBT or online mode. Exam was held on 4th April 2015 and 10th April 2015 respectively. Only 150000 Aspirants successfully cleared JEE Main Exam out of 13 Lacs. The results will out on 27th of April.

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released JEE MAIN EXAM 2015 pen-pencil mode (Offline Exam) and Computer Based Exam (Online test) OMR Sheet of the responses filled by the Candidates on April 18, 2015 on official website. Candidates can check their exam OMR (Optical Mark recognition) Sheet from April 18. 2015 to April 22, 2015. If candidates are not satisfied by any particular response, he/she can challenge the same.

OMR Sheets will only be available for the aspirants who appeared from pen-pencil mode i.e. offline mode of JEE Main Exam 2015. There is no OMR sheet available for the candidates who appeared via Computer based exam (CBT) in the same exam. The question paper which was attempted by the candidate has been e- mailed to their respective mail I’d of the candidates.

Candidate who gave exam via offline mode can view their OMR Sheet online only. For viewing their OMR Sheet Candidates must have to enter their Application number, Roll Number, Date of Birth filled in the application form and security pin which is generated at the time of submitting above details.

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JEE (mains) 2015: CBSE to provide Four marks bonus

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Good news for JEE (Mains) candidates who appeared this year.

JEE (mains) conducting team and CBSE has admitted that there are two wrong questions i.e question number 10 and 15 in set A in JEE Main physics section offline exam held on April 4. It was also confirmed that the online exam which was held on April 10 carried one erroneous question. Therefore, exam authority has announced 4 bonus marks for each question will be given to students.

In a question, none of the options provided were correct and therefore every student can fetch bonus marks for that question. While in another question, two of the options were found to be correct, so the students who opted any of the correct options will get marks.

Other than the aforementioned questions, the students are in doubt about one question, each from mathematics and chemistry sections, which may be challenged by many.

Optical Mark Reader and answer keys were already released on Saturday, 18, 2015. Students can now calculate their scores and candidates who have objections or any doubt regarding the scores can file their objection within 9 days.


Online v/s Offline IIT JEE (Main) 2015


Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) (Main) 2015 is taking place and is controlled by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The exam is aimed at allowing candiates to take admission in B.E and B.Tech. The offline paper based test for JEE (Main) 2015 took place on April 4 and the first ever online JEE (Main) 2015 entrance exam held on 10 April, 2015 and also scheduled for April 11 2015. Approx 13 lakh candidates had registered for the entrance exam for which 3 lakh candidates registered for online based JEE (Main) test. .

Online paper JEE (Main) 2015 versus offline paper JEE (Main): .

→ Changes must be made without difficulty: .

Candidates who appeared for the online exam can easily make changes to their answers. Bearing in mind that in offline mode on the basis of the examination, candidates were not allowed to make any changes on OMR sheet. .

→More days for exam preparation:

Candidates who appeared for the online exam had 6 extra days to prepare for the exam. .

→Focus and concentration:

Candidates who appeared for the online examination, could only effort one question at a time. This is allowed them to focus and concentrate better on the issues. .

→Difficulty level : .

Many candidates have confirmed that the online test was relatively difficult compared with the offline tests. According to the candidates, the physics section was the most difficult, while the chemistry section was the easiest.

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JEE Main 2015: Official Answer Key to be be presented on 18 April

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Answer key for joint entrance examination (main) 2015 should be posted in April 18, on the other hand, a lot of coaching institutes have published their answer key to JEE Main exam in paper form. The answer key will be published by the Central Board of secondary education (CBSE) and should be available on the official website until April 22. In the case of candidates to find the errors in the response, they may fall out against it for 9 days.

The paper based IIT JEE exam has already been taken on 4 April and computer exam is scheduled for April 10 and 11. JEE Main paper will be made of 90 questions carrying 360 marks. For each correct answer, four marks will be allocated.




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JEE Main 2015: Important guidelines for students preparing for Computer Based Test


The computer based test for Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) is going to be conducted on April 10 and 11 in which students need to follow some important guidelines mentioned below:

For candidates who are to appear for computer test, here is a list of instructions:

→Sample/mock test is available on JEE (Main) website for practice purpose and to give the candidate the appearance of computer based examination (CBE), candidates may solve it to be prepared for the exam.

→The test will start accurately at the time mentioned in the admit card and an announcement to that effect will be made by the observer;

→The test will take place for three hours;

→The test paper will include questions from physics, chemistry and mathematics and all questions will have equal weightage;

→Each question will be given four marks for the correct answer. One-quarter mark, i.e. one mark will be deducted for indicating incorrect response of each question. No deduction from the total score will be taken, if the answer is not specified in the question;

→There is only one correct answer to each question out of four responses;

→All calculations/writing work should only be done in the rough sheet provided at the centre and after completion of the test candidates must hand over the rough sheets to the invigilator on duty in the room/hall;

→During examination time, the invigilator will check admit card of the candidate to satisfy himself about the identity of each candidate;

→The candidates are administered by all rules and regulations of the Board with reference to their conduct in the examination hall. All cases of unfair means will be dealt with under the rules;

→Candidates should sign on the attendance sheet at the suitable place.

Non-Indians can’t sit for JEE Main 2015 Exam

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Thousands of aspirants who are not born in the country are not authorized to appear for the Joint Entrance Examination Main (JEE Main). Such student can’t apply to get higher studies in central or state institutes even if they have been learning in India for a few years.

JEE exams-both Main and advanced are conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and candidates have to clear the exam to get enrolment in the UG programs offered by the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs).

Foreign students and students under the Person of Indian Origin (PIO) are not allowed to take admissions in IITs and other centrally-funded institutions throughout JEE.  They can get admission only by means of Direct Admission to Students Abroad (DASA) along with their Scholastic Aptitude Test 2 (SAT 2) scores. IITs award admission on the basis of JEE advanced scores merely if the candidates list among top 1.5 lakh performers in JEE Main.

Non-Indian students have been paying a high fee (approx 9 times the amount paid by Indian students) for studies in state institutes and  several talented students who perform well in SAT can apply for overseas universities or other institutes in India as the IITs are not for them.

Eligibility Criteria of JEE Main Advanced 2015


Since the important dates of JEE advanced 2015 have been announced, all JEE aspirants are expected to sort their preparation schedule better so as to avoid last-minute chaos of arranging things for registration, application and concerning about the eligibility etcetera. Online registrations will begin on 2 May 2015 and shall be continued till 7 May 2015, 17:00 hours after which the registrations won’t be accepted. Admit cards can be downloaded anytime from 9 May 2015 to 12 May 2015 till 17:00 hours. The rectification in admit card can be made from 9 May 2015 to14 May 2015. The JEE advanced 2015 paper is scheduled for 24 May 2015 where Paper 1 shall be conducted from 9:00-12:00 IST and Paper 2, from 14:00-17:00 IST. The aforementioned important dates of JEE advanced 2015 are least expected to be tentative. However, students are advised to keep an updated track on JEE’s official website.

As far as the eligibility criteria for JEE advanced 2015 is concerned, all JEE aspirants have to make sure that they are familiar with 5 significant eligibility criterion as directed by JEE’s panel. The Following criteria are-

  1. Performance in JEE Main 2015
  2. Age Limit
  3. Number of Attempts
  4. Appearance in class XII examination
  5. Earlier Admission in ISM/IITs

The above criterion needs to be understood well enough before applying for JEE next year. Students can get to know more about the eligibility criteria of JEE advanced 2015 from JEE’s official website wherein, details regarding the eligibility to appear in JEE advanced 2015 are explained in an elaborative manner.

JEE advanced registration can be made online where a JEE aspirant has to ensure that the eligibility criteria is fulfilled and upon finding that the applicant hasn’t met even one criteria, the registration shall be deemed to get cancelled. Once having registered for JEE advanced 2015, the fee would neither be refunded nor transferred which also explains that JEE advanced registration cannot be withdrawn once an applicant has completed his/her registration. The submission of required documents should be made in the defined time frame and thus, JEE aspirants are required to go through the necessary details posted on JEE’s official page.

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