JEE Main Entrance Exam- The Gateway to Establish Bright Future:
Millions of students appear Higher Secondary Board Examinations or its equivalents every year with lots of tensions and anxieties. JEE Main Exam is a gateway to take admission in any reputed and premiere engineering colleges from IIITs to NITs and from CFTIs to IIEST Shibpur. Now various questions can arise. Can all students get chance to take admission in engineering colleges through Joint Entrance Examination?
Pattern of Joint Entrance Examination:
It is needless to say that Joint Entrance Examination is the only exam which is the dream of all students who want to be established as engineers in future. The exam pattern of Joint Entrance Examination is arranged with the basic difference between engineering and medical where Mathematics get preference for engineering aspirants and candidates have to sit for Biology exam in medical evaluation.
Joint Entrance Examination is previously termed as AIEEE and IIT-JEE and conducted in two significant parts i.e JEE Main Exam and JEE-Advanced Examination. Aspirants can take admission in leading Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs), National Institutes of Technology (NITs), Central Funded Technical Institute (CFTIs), IIEST Shibpur for achieving dual degree course.
Students obtaining desired marks in JEE Main Exam may sit for JEE-Advanced and they have the opportunity to take entry in leading IITs or they have option to select IIITs, NITs, CFTIs, IIEST or other Government and private engineering colleges for continuing their studies. It must be mentioned that it is not so easy to overcome the hurdle of JEE Main Exam as only top 1, 50,000 competitors are eligible for achieving the chance to sit for JEE-Advanced Exam.
JEE Main Eligibility:
Eligibility criteria for appearing Joint Entrance Main Exam depends on various factors like age, appearance in qualifying exam and number of attempts. The date of birth of candidates should be on or after 01/10/1990 if belong in General or OBC category. But SC, ST and PwD candidates are eligible if they have been born on or after 01/10/1985. Each candidate can attempt maximum three times for appearing the Joint Entrance Examination Main.
Syllabus of Joint Entrance Main Exam:
The syllabus of JEE Main Exam is released by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) with Paper-1 and Paper-2. The entire course of studies is designed for aspirants of B.E or B. Tech, B. Arch and B. Planning. Students of B.E or B. Tech can opt for online or offline to take admission in various engineering colleges. But B. Arch and B. Planning students have only offline option to appear for JEE Main Exam.
Process for Applying to Sit for Joint Entrance Main Exam:
As it is mentioned above that there are opportunities to apply JEE Main Exam through both- online and offline. The official website of JEE Main Exam provides application form and students can understand easily how to apply when they properly go through the step by step processes. The website clearly contains the examination fees for JEE Main Exam and JEE-Advanced Exam separately. The application fee may be deposited by two ways either by credit/debit card or by e-Challan of leading banks.