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JEE (Joint Entrance Examination)

JEE body decided to conduct a Joint Entrance Examination from the year 2013 for admission to the undergraduate programs in Engineering in two phases, i.e. JEE (Main) and JEE (Advanced). The first 2,20,000 candidates (including all categories) based on their performance in JEE (Main) will qualify to appear in JEE (Advanced) examination. Admissions to IITs will be based on category-wise All India Rank (AIR) in JEE (Advanced) subject to conditions that such candidates are in the top 20 percentile categories. Admission to NITs will be based on 40 % weightage of the performance in Class XII board marks (normalized) and the remainder 60 % weightage would be given to performance in JEE (Main) and a combined All India Rank (AIR) would be decided accordingly.

The normalized Qualifying examination marks will be based on the position of the candidate in the Board (i.e. his/her percentile score). The percentile score a candidate gets in his/her board will mainly contribute to his/her normalized marks. The weightage of normalized qualifying examination marks is only for deciding ranking of JEE (Main) which will be used for admission to all Government Funded Technical Institutions (GFTIs)/ NITs/IIITs but excluding IITs.

In 2015-16, State Governments voluntarily participating in the JEE (Main) system for admission in the B.Tech/B.E. courses are Gujarat, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Nagaland, Odisha, Haryana, Punjab and Uttarakhand. Therefore, the candidates seeking admission to the institutions in these states, which were earlier admitting based on their State Level Examination, are also advised to fill in the JEE (Main) application form online.

Benefits of JEE

JEE conducts a single entrance exam for all engineering aspirants in India to take admission into the Engineering/Science institutions. There is no need to apply for several entrance exams. The students will be free and relaxed after appearing in a single exam. Owing to this, stress-level will be considerably reduced and a student can avoid multiple exams which pose the challenge of preparing for different syllabi and patterns. It is a substantial financial savings for parents. A simultaneous preparation of School/ Board examinations and JEE will yield better results. Introduction of JEE eliminates unnecessary wastage of time, effort & money.

Institutes Participating under JEE and their Number of Seats

The Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) 2016 has been set up by the Ministry of Human Resources Development (MHRD) to manage and regulate the joint seat allocation for admissions to 92 institutes for the academic year 2016-17. This includes 22 IITs, ISM, 31 NITs, 20 IIITs and 18 Other- Government Funded Technical Institutes (Other-GFTIs). Admission to all the academic programs offered by these Institutes will be made through a single platform.

  • 22 – IITs + ISM, Dhanbad (4-New IITs : Chhattisgarh, Goa, Jammu and Karnataka) = 10,500 Plus Seats
  • 31- National Institutes of Technology (NITs) = 20,000 Plus Seats
  • 20- Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) = 2000 Plus Seats
  • 18-Other Government Funded Technical Institutes (100-ISITs + 1000-GFTIs = 5000 Plus Seats
  • 6 – Indian Institutes of Science Education & Research (IISERs) +1- Indian Institute of Science (IISc) = 2500 Plus Seats
  • 1 – Indian Institute of Space Science & Technology (IIST) + 3 – Indian Statistical Institutes (ISIs) = 500 Plus Seats
  • 1000 – State Level Colleges (PETs) = 5 Lac plus Seats
  • OveraII 2500 Institutes participate for 5.5 Lac seats through JEE
  • For more information, refer: http://josaa.mcJn/Seatlnfo/root/SeatMatrix.aspx Note: No. of seats are subject to change as per Govt, policy

    Important Dates of JEE

    Start of Online Application for JEE (Main) 1st week of December
    Last date for Online submission of Applications Last week of December
    JEE (Main) – Offline Examination 1st week of April
    JEE (Main) – Online Examination 2nd week of April
    Declaration of JEE (Main) Score Last week of April
    Registration and payment of fee for JEE (Advanced) Last week of April to 1st week of May
    Admit cards available for downloading 2nd week of May to 3rd week of May
    JEE (Advanced) – Entrance Exam (only Offline) 3rd week of May
    Online Declaration of JEE (Advanced) Results 2nd week of June
    Declaration of All India Rank (AIR): JEE (Main) 1st week of July

    Eligibility Criteria for JEE

  • Candidates of GEN and OBC-NCL categories must have completed 17 years at the time of admission and should be an Indian National.
  • The upper age limit for JEE (Advanced) is 25 years for GEN and OBC-NCL categories and this upper age limit shall be relaxed by a period of 5 years for SC, ST and PwD categories.
  • The candidate should be among the top 2,20,000 (including all categories) in Paper-1 of JEE (Main) 2017 for candidate who wish to appear in JEE (Advanced) 2017. The percentages of various categories are: 27% for OBC- NCL, 15% for SC, 7.5% for ST and the remaining 50.5% is OPEN for all.
  • Those appearing in (10+2) final or equivalent examination may also appear in JEE (Main) in the following year provisionally.
  • However, admission criteria in the concerned Institution / University will be followed as prescribed by the concerned University/ Institution and as per the guidelines & criteria prescribed by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE).
  • Maximum number of attempts a candidate can avail at JEE (Main) shall be three and for JEE (Advanced), two uniformly in consecutive years.
  • In addition to JEE score, the qualifying examination is Class-XII from any National/State or ‘Approved’ International Board.
    • 1. For NITs, IIITs or GFTIs, normalized marks of XII board are considered and eligibility is also the same as earlier, which is a minimum 60% mark in PCM in XII board.
    • 2. For IITs & ISM-Dhanbad, the student must be in Top 20 percentile of successful candidates in their Class-XII board or must have secured at least 75% marks in class XII board exam. The aggregate mark for SC, ST and PwD candidates should be at least 70%.
    • 3. Marks of 5 subjects will be considered for calculation of percentile and normalization of qualifying examination marks for paper KB.E./B. Tech.):

    1-Language, 2-Physics, 3-Mathematics, 4-Any one of (Chemistry, Biology, Biotechnology, Technical Vocational Subject) 5-Any subject other than the above four subjects.

    For further details of the eligibility criteria for the admission into IITs and ISM-Dhanbad, please visit:

    Test Pattern of JEE

    The admission to the undergraduate programmes at the JEE (Main & Advanced) is based on a two-tier test. The first test is called the JEE (Main) for NITs & IIITs shall be held during the month of April (both offline and online) conducted by CBSE/Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD). The second test, JEE (Advanced) for IITs & ISM-Dhanbad shall be held in the month of May (only offline) which is conducted by the IITs/JEE body.

    Exam Structure of JEE (Main)-2016

    The JEE (Main) exam consists of two papers; Paper-1 for B.E. / B.Tech & Paper-2 for B. Arch/ B. Planning aspirants. Paper-1 contains a total of 90 Multiple Choice Objective Type Questions with equal weightage to Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Each correct answer will be awarded 4 marks whereas each incorrect answer will be awarded l/4th negative marks. Mode of the test is both offline and online for Paper-1 and only offline for Paper-2. Question papers are provided in both English and Hindi medium.

    Total Questions: 90 Maximum Marks: 90 x 4 = 360 Duration of Paper: 3 hours
    Course Paper Type of Questions (MCQs) Subjects No. of Qns. Max. Marks Negative Marks Duration
    B.E. /


    Paper-1 Objective questions with equal weightage Physics 30 120 -1 3 Hrs. (9:30- 12:30)
    Chemistry 30 120 -1
    Mathematics 30 120 -1
    90 360

    Candidates who wish to appear in JEE (Advanced) must write Paper-1 of JEE (Main)

    Exam Structure of JEE (Advanced) – 2016

    The JEE (Advanced) consists of two objective type papers i.e., Paper-1 & Paper-2. Each Paper consists of three parts – Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics with 3 separate sections i.e., Section-1, 2 & 3. Each paper comprises of 54 questions, 18 questions from each subject. The maximum marks are 186 for each paper comprising 62 marks for each subject. For both Paper-1 and Paper-2, each subject carried 124 (62×2) marks and the total marks are 372 (124×3). Duration of each paper is 3 hours. In some Sections, incorrect answers are awarded negative marks. Question papers are provided in both English and Hindi Medium.

    Paper 1 Time: 3 hours (9.00 – 12.00 Hrs) Total Questions: 18 x 3 = 54 Max. Marks: 62 x 3 = 186

    Questions and Marks distribution for each Subject

    Sections Type of Questions No. of Qns. Max. Marks Full Marks Partial Marks -Ve Marks
    1 Single Correct Option 01-05 3 x 5=15 +3 -1
    2 One or More than One Correct Option(s) 06-13 4 x 8 =32 +4 + 1 -2
    3 Single Digit Integer (0-9) 14-18 3×5=15 +3


    Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) Total-18 62 _
    Paper 2 Time: 3 hours (14.00 – 17.00 Hrs) Total Questions: 18 x 3 = 54 Max. Marks: 62 x 3 = 186
    Questions and Marks distribution for each Subject
    Sections Type of Questions No. of Qns. Max. Marks Full Marks Partial Marks -Ve Marks
    1 Single Correct Option 01-06 3×6=18 +3 -1
    2 One or More than One Correct Option(s) 07-14 4 x 8 = 32 +4 + 1 -2
    3 Comprehension (Paragraph Type) 15-18 3×4=12 +3
    Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) Total-18 62

    Notes:Candidates will NOT be allowed to carry any electronic devices (e.g. mobile phones, smart phones, calculators, iPAD, tabs, electronic watches, etc.), abacus, slide rule, log books, study material of any type, geometry box, written or white (blank) paper/piece of paper, wallets, etc. to the examination hall. Only BLACK ball point pens, downloaded admit card and an original photo identity card are allowed to be taken inside the examination hall.

    Candidates should use BLACK BALL POINT pen for darkening the bubbles. Candidate should write his/her Name, Roll No. and the name of centre and sign with pen in the boxes provided on the right part of Optical Response Sheet (ORS). She/he should darken the appropriate bubble under each digit of his/her Roll No. Candidates should apply adequate pressure to ensure that a proper impression is made on the second page of the ORS. The second page of the ORS will be handed over to the candidates by the invigilator at the

    end of the examination

    Analysis of IIT-JEE 2016

    According to the latest pattern, JEE is conducted for the admission to Undergraduate Engineering Programs at NITs, IIITs and other CFTIs. This is a two phase exam, the first phase JEE (Main) is designed almost on previous year pattern. The second phase is JEE (Advanced), which is based on the eligibility criteria set by the IITs. This phase is meant for the serious candidates who aspire to enter the most sought after premier institutions like IITs. JEE (Advanced) is conducted on same lines with that of IIT-JEE.

    The trend of questions in papers of JEE (Main & Advanced)

    JEE (Main)
  • Objective (Single Correct Answer Type)
  • Reasoning (Assertion-Reason Type) questions with equal weightage to PCM
  • JEE (Advanced): Paper-1
  • Single Correct Option
  • One or More than One Correct Option(s)
  • Comprehension Type (2 paragraphs with 2 MCQs each)
  • Candidates Registered, Appeared & Qualified in JEE (Main) -2016

    This year, over 11 lakh students appeared for JEE (Main), which was conducted in 132 cities in India and abroad. Total candidates Registered for JEE (Main) in 2015 were around 13 lakh,

    13.56 lakh in 2014 and 14.62 lakh in 2013.

    Description TOTAL
    Total Candidates registered for Paper 1 11,94,938
    Candidates registered for Offline Exam 10,22,869
    Candidates registered for Online Exam 1,72,069
    Candidates appeared for Offline Exam 9,74,230
    Candidates appeared for Online Exam 1,54,406
    Candidates qualified for JEE (Adv.) Offline 1,78,408
    Candidates qualified for JEE (Adv.) Online 19,820
    Result of JEE (Main) 2016

    The results of the JEE (Main) 2016 was declared on 27 April 2016, Wednesday conducted by the CBSE on their official website ( Question paper of JEE (Main) 2016 for B.Tech course was of total 360 marks. The Offline exam of JEE (Main) Paper-1 was conducted on 3rd April 2016 whereas, the Online exam was held on 9th & 10th April, 2016. Based on JEE (Main) 2016 Paper 1 scores, top 2,20,000 candidates are shortlisted for JEE (Advanced) 2016.

    Last year, the cut-off was 105 for General category, 70 for OBC, 50 for SC and 44 for ST. This year, the cut-off has been dropped than the last year -100 for General category, 70 for OBC, 52 for SC category, 48 for ST and 1 for PwD category.

    Category-wise JEE (Main) 2016 Cut-off marks for appearing in JEE (Advanced)-2016

    Category Cut-off Marks
    General 100
    Other Backward Class – Non Creamy Layer (OBC-NCL) 70
    Scheduled Castes (SC) 52
    Scheduled Tribes (ST) 48
    Persons with Disability category (PwD) 1

    Over 1.98 lakh students had qualified for JEE (Advanced).

    JEE (Main) 2016 All India Ranking (AIR)

    Category-wise distribution of top 2,00,000 candidates

    As shown in the following table, the usual order is followed while choosing top 2,00,000 candidates in various categories who have scored positive marks in JEE (Main) 2016.

    Order Category % of Total No. of Candidates No. of Top Candidates Total
    1. OPEN 50.5 97,970 1,01,000
    2. OPEN-PwD 3,030
    3. OBC-NCL 27 52,380
    4. OBC-NCL-PwD 1,620
    5. SC 15 29,100 30,000
    6. SC-PwD 900
    7. ST 7.5 14,550
    8. ST-PwD 450 15,000

    3% horizontal reservation is available for PwD candidates.

    The JEE (Main) 2016 All India Rank list was announced on 23rd June 2016, Thursday on the official website and The list shows the top 1,000 positions – 853 of them secured by boys and 147 by girls. The All India Ranks (AIR) of the candidates was prepared after normalizing 60% weightage for the JEE (Main) score and with 40% weightage for Class XII marks. The JEE (Main) All India Ranks will be used for around 34,781 seats – pertaining to 629 courses in 23 IITs, 31 NITs, 20 IIITs and 18 GFTIs in India.

    Qualifying Criteria for JEE (Advanced) 2016

    The total marks obtained in Mathematics will be the marks awarded for Mathematics in Paper 1 and Paper 2. The total marks obtained in Physics and Chemistry will also be calculated in the same way. The aggregate marks will be calculated as the sum of the marks obtained in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. Candidates have to satisfy the subject-wise as well as the aggregate qualifying marks to be included in a rank list.

    Maximum Aggregate Marks: 372 (186 each in Paper-1 and Paper-2)
    Maximum marks in Physics: 124 (62 each in Paper-1 and Paper-2)
    Maximum marks in Chemistry: 124 (62 each in Paper-1 and Paper-2)
    Maximum marks in Mathematics: 124 (62 each in Paper-1 and Paper-2)
    Revised Criteria for Inclusion in Rank List in JEE (Advanced) 2016
    Rank List Minimum (Percentage) % of Marks in each Subject Minimum Percentage (%) of Aggregate Marks (Revised)
    Common rank list (CRL) 10.0 20
    OBC-NCL rank list 9.0 18
    SC rank list 5.0 10
    ST rank list 5.0 10
    Common-PwD rank list (CRL-PwD) 5.0 10
    OBC-NCL-PwD rank list 5.0 10
    SC-PwD rank list 5.0 10
    ST-PwD rank list 5.0 10
    Preparatory Course (PC) rank lists 2.5 05

    Note: CRL is the Rank list in which all candidates (across all categories) will be given Ranks.

    Table showing the details of Qualifying Marks for JEE (Advanced) 2016

    Category PwD Status Rank List Minimum Marks in Each Subject Minimum Aggregate Marks
    Any Any CRL 13 75
    OBC-NCL Any OBC-NCL rank list 12 67
    SC Any SC rank list 07 38
    ST Any ST rank list 07 38
    Any Yes CRL-PwD 07 38
    OBC-NCL Yes OBC-NCL-PwD rank list 07 38
    SC Yes SC-PwD rank list 07 38
    ST Yes ST-PwD rank list 07 38
    Any Yes PC-CRL-PwD 04 19
    OBC-NCL Yes PC-OBC-NCL-PwD 04 19
    SC Any PC-SC 04 19
    SC Yes PC-SC-PwD 04 19
    ST Any PC-ST 04 19
    ST Yes PC-ST-PwD 04 19

    OBC-NCL – Other Backward Classes – Non-Creamy Layer | OCI/PIO – Overseas Citizen of India Certificate Holder or Person of Indian Origin Card Holder | PwD – Person with Disability | SC – Scheduled Caste | ST – Scheduled Tribe

    Result of JEE (Advanced) 2016

    The result for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced 2016 was declared on 12 June 2016, Sunday on The JEE (Advanced) Exam was held on 22 May 2016, Sunday. Category-wise All India Ranks (AIR) of successful candidates will be available on the online portal after the results are declared. Obtaining a rank in JEE (Advanced) 2016 does not guarantee admission to IITs or ISM.

    Candidates Registered, Appeared and Qualified in JEE (Advanced)-2016
    Category No. of Registered Candidates Category


    Appeared for both Paper-1 & 2 Category


    No. of Qualified Candidates Category


    GEN 60741 61583 58964 59758 18743 18962
    GEN-PwD 842 794 219
    OBC-NCL 56844 57393 53682 54188 7744 7873
    OBC-NCL-PwD 549 506 129
    SC 26032 26149 24093 24195 7332 7339
    SC-PwD 117 102 07
    ST 10799 10823 9515 9537 2389 2392
    ST-PwD 24 22 03
    Total 155948 147678 36566
    Gender-wise Result analysis in JEE (Advanced)-2016
    Gender Registered Appeared Qualified
    Male 125928 119900 31996
    Female 30020 27778 4570
    OCI 89 80 44
    PIO 61 58 25
    Foreign 19 18 02
    Total 156117 147834 36637

    Year-wise Total Number of Seats at various IITs (2010-2016)

    S. No. Institutes 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010
    1 IIT Bombay 903 903 880 880 880 880 880
    2 IIT Delhi 851 851 851 851 851 851
    3 IIT Guwahati 615 660 660 660 615 615 588
    4 IIT Kanpur 827 853 827 827 827 827 827
    5 IITKharagpur 1341 1341 1341 1341 1370 1341 1341
    6 IIT Madras 838 838 838 838 838 838 838
    7 IIT Roorkee 970 1030 1065 1105 1155 1155 1155
    8 IIT BHU (Varanasi) 1090 1090 1090 1090 1057 1057 1057
    9 ISM Dhanbad 912 935 962 1005 1034 1034 1012
    10 IIT Gandhinagar 180 150 150 140 120 120 120
    11 IIT Ropar 155 130 120 120 120 120 120
    12 IIT Patna 200 200 200 200 120 120 120
    13 IIT Jodhpur 120 120 160 200 160 160 120
    14 IIT Bhubaneshwar 260 180 180 160 120 120 120
    15 IIT Hyderabad 240 220 220 210 140 140 120
    16 IIT Indore 260 120 120 120 120 120 120
    17 IIT Mandi 150 145 120 120 120 120 120
    18 IIT Palakkad 123 120
    19 IITTirupati 120 120
    20 IIT Goa 90
    21 IIT Bhilai 120
    22 IIT Jammu 90
    23 IIT Dharwad 120
    Total 10575 10006 9784 9867 9647 9618 9509

    Schedule of various Engineering Entrance Exams.

    Name of Exams Number of Seats Months of Notification Tentative Date of Entrance Exams Pattern of Tests Address For Enquiry / Further Detail





    5.5 Lakh seats became accessible through JEE

    Oct. / Nov. Offline Exam:

    1st week of April

    Online Exam:

    2nd week of April

    JEE (Main) Paper-1 for B.E. / B. Tech. will have 30 questions each in Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics. Total 90 Qs. Negative marking: -1. Each question carries 4 marks. Time: 3 hrs. MM: 360. Paper-2 for B.Arch. JEE(Main) Unit

    CBSE, Plot No. 149, Block – H, Sector – 63, Noida – 201309 Distt- Gautam Budh Nagar (U.P)





    Approx. 10575 seats Oct. / Nov. Offline Exam only

    3rd week of May

    JEE (Advanced) consists of two objective type papers, i.e., Paper-1 & 2. Each paper has Physics-18, Chemistry-18 and Maths- 18 questions. Total 54 questions. Some sections have negative marking. Time: 3 hrs for each paper. MM: 186 for each paper.

    Chairman, JEE (Advanced), Indian Institute of Technology, Hauz Khas, New Delhi-110016

    Vellore Institute of Technology



    Approx. 3500 seats Oct. / Nov. Computer Based Test: Mid of April VITEEE consists of 3 parts. PART-I: Physics, PART-II: Chemistry, PART-III: Mathematics. Each part has 40 questions. English-5 questions. Total 125 questions. MM: 125. No negative marks. Duration: 2 1/2 hrs. (3 sessions per day) Director-UG Admissions VIT University Vellore-632 014,

    Tamil Nadu, India.

    Birla Institute of Technology and Science



    Approx. 2000 seats Dec. / Jan. Online Test:

    2nd week of May to Last week of May

    BITSAT consists of four parts: Part I – Physics-40, Part II – Chemistry-40, Part III — (a) English Proficiency-15 & (b) Logical Reasoning-10 Part IV- Maths-45. Total: 150 Qs. Each question carries 3 marks. Negative marking: -1. Time: 3 hrs. (Without break). MM: 450.

    The Dean Admissions, BITS Pilani – 333031 Rajasthan

    Aligarh Muslim University Combined Entrance Test (AMU-CET) Aligarh Approx. 365 seats only in B.Tech Oct. / Nov. Last week of April There shall be one objective type paper of 150 questions comprising Chemistry-50, Physics-50 and Mathematics-50. Duration: 3 hrs. MM: 150. Admission Section,

    Office of the Controller of Examinations,

    Administrative Block, AMU, Aligarh -202002. (UP)

    Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University

    (IPU-CET) New Delhi

    Approx. 4360 seats Nov. / Dec. 1st week of May The Written Test will be each of Physics- 50, Chemistry-50, Mathematics-50, Total 150 Qs. Each question carries 4 marks. 1/4th Negative Marking. Time: 2 1/2 hrs. MM: 600 Controller of Examinations, Administrative Block,

    Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Sector-16 C, Dwarka, New Delhi-110075.

    Schedule of various Engineering Entrance Exams.

    Name of Exams Number of Seals Months of Notification Tentative Dale of Entrance Exams Pattern of Tests Address For Enquiry / Further Detail


    Entrance – Exam


    Mar. / April 3rd week of May Day 1: Physics, Chemistry. Day 2: Maths. CEE Assam (B.Tech) Test paper contains 3 subjects Physics, Chemistry & Maths. Each paper is of 100 marks. Time: 2 hrs. Member Secretary, Cell, CEE-2015, Dibrugarh University, Assam, India
    Goa Common Entrance Test –



    Oct. / Nov. 2nd week of May In GCET-each paper will consist of 75 questions from Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics of one mark each. Time: 2 hrs. for each paper. No negative marking. Chairman,

    Admission Committee Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), AT/PO-Porvorim, Bardez, Goa, PIN 403521.

    Jammu and Kashmir Common – Entrance Test



    Sept. / Oct. Last Week of May JKCET shall consist of two papers for PCM. Paper-A consists of Physics-60 and Chemistry- 60, a total of 120 questions. Paper-C shall be of Mathematics with 60 questions. MCQs with 1 mark each. 0.20 negative marks for each wrong answer. Duration of test is 2 hrs. for paper-A, 1 hr. for Paper-C. Jammu (Nov to April)

    Controller of Exams,

    J&K Board of Professional Exams, 4th Floor, South Block, Bahu Plaza, Jammu-180012 OR Srinagar (May to Oct)

    Controller of Exams,

    J&K Board of Professional Exams, Baghat-i-Barzulla, Opp. J&K Bank, Srinagar.

    Karnataka Examination Authority –



    Nov. / Dec. 1st week of May Day-1: Biology & Mathematics Day-2: Physics & Chemistry Day-3: Kannada Language Test

    KEA-CET consists of objective type Multiple Choice Questions from Biology-60, Mathematics- 60, Physics-60 & Chemistry-60. Time: 1 Hr 20 min. for each subject. Kannada Language-50. Time: 1 Hr.

    Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) 18th Cross, Sampige Road, Malleshwaram,

    Bangalore – 560012. Karnataka

    Commissionerate of Entrance

    Examinations- _ Kerala



    Sept. / Oct. Last week of April The KEAM-CEE will have 2 papers. There are 5 options for each question, of which only one has to be selected. Physics-60, Chemistry-60 & Maths-120 questions. Total 240 questions. Each questions carries 4 marks. Time: 2:30 hrs. per Paper MM: 960. Negative Marking: -1 Government of Kerala,

    Office of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations,

    5th Floor, Housing Board Buildings, Santhi Nagar, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala – 695001

    MHT-CET (B. Tech)


    December 1st week of May The MHT-CET consists of three question papers. Each paper is of 100 marks (Paper I: Physics-50 & Chemistry-50, Paper II: Botany-50 & Zoology- 50 and Paper III: Maths-50)

    Each question carries 1 mark for Physics, Chemistry, Botany & Zoology and 2 marks for Maths. Duration: 1 1/2 hrs. per Paper.

    The candidate for Engineering degree courses should appear for Paper I and Paper III.

    Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra State, Mumbai 3, Mahapalika Marg,

    Post Box No.1967,

    MUMBAI 400 001

    Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Examination




    Dec. / Jan. Last week of April B. Tech/ (Aggr./Biotech)/ B. Pharm: 50 objective type questions each of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics/ Biology. Total: 150 Qns, Each question carries 4 marks. No negative marking. MM: 600 Coordinator (JPSEE)

    Gautam Buddh Technical University IET Campus, Lucknow-226021

    West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations _ Board



    Oct. / Nov. 3rd week of May Mathematics-80 Qs., 100 marks, 2 hrs. Physics- 40 Qs., 50 marks, 2 hrs. & Chemistry-40 Qs., 50 marks, 2 hrs. Negative marking: 1/4 for Cat-1, 1/2 for Cat-2 & 0 for Cat-3. MM:200. West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board,

    AQ 13/1, Sector-V,

    Sait Lake City, Kolkata-700091

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