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JEE Main I will start the application process by National Testing Agency (NTA)


JEE Main I will start the application process by National Testing Agency (NTA) Starting from September 1, 2019. From 2019 JEE Main examination will be taken and managed by NTA. Management of JEE Main has been shifted from CBSE to NTA. The JEE (Main)-2019 will be conducted twice before admissions in the next academic session. The NTA will conduct the first JEE (Main)-January 2019 for admission to Undergraduate Programs in NITs, IIITs and other Centrally Funded Technical Institutions etc. between 6th January 2019 to 20th January 2019. The registration for the first JEE Main will begin in September 1st.

Check out important dates of registration, admit card, last date of fee, and exams of JEE MAIN 2019

JEE Main EXAM Schedule NAT 2019

The Eligibility criteria of JEE Main 2019 is as following, students must fulfill the following eligibility criteria:

For BE/B.Tech.: The student must have passed 10+2 examination with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology/ Technical Vocational subject.

For B.Arch./B.Planning.: The student must have passed 10+2 with Mathematics as one of the subjects.

JEE Main is applicable for admission to NITs, IIITs and CFTIs participating though Central Seat Allocation Board.

A student must score at least 75% in 12th class examination apart from the obove mentionoed eligibility criteria. Or Student must be in the top 20 percentile in the 12th class examination conducted by their respective Boards.SC/ST candidates qualifying marks would be 65% in the 12th class examination.

With NTA at the helm, a change that has been introduced is that JEE Main exam will not entirely be conducted in online or computer-based mode. Until this year, the exam was conducted in both, pen-paper and computer-based mode.

NTA will also make student practice centers available for students to practice better for the online exam. The registration for Practice Center will also begin on September 1

TimeTable of the Examination

NTA JEE Main Examination timetable

Source :- NTA Public Notice [Downloadable pdf]

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Joint Entrance Examination (Main) 2020

JEE Mains Paper-based Examination for admission to Engineering colleges was conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on April 2, 2017. Now it’s time to Computer Based Examination which will be organized by the CBSE in various sessions on 8th and 9th April, 2017. This will be the first computer based exam for most of the students. Earlier OMR sheet was used to mark the answer but now students have to mark on the computer screen. Obviously there will be some tension in the beginning. Here we will discuss some essential things that we need to know before appearing JEE computer-based examination.

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  • JEE Main Computer-based test can prove to be a beneficial deal for the students. This helps students to focus on the essentials things. Their time is not wasted on unnecessary things. Students pay more attention towards solving the problems.
  • Examination is done on local area network (LAN), so that students can give examination without any interruption.
  • There is no risk of question paper leaks in computer-based exam.
  • It is wrong to think that we should have sound knowledge to computer operations for computer based exams. While the fact is that it is enough to have command on the keyboard and mouse.
  • Like a pen-paper-based exam, students also have the facility to go back and review their answers in computer-based exams.
  • One advantage of computer-based exam is that compared to pen-paper based exams, student can change answer at any time. While in Paper based exam student cannot change the answer after marking on the OMR sheet with the pen.
  • Rough sheets are also given to students giving computer-based examinations.
  • Students can visit at the official website of JEE Main 2017 and solicit the mock online test. This will give the idea of ​​a computer based test to a large extent.