Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main will be now onwards conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA), which was previously conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). JEE Mains is generally conducted as an entrance exam for addition into various CFTIs, NITs, and IITs for various engineering courses.
General information about JEE Main Exam
There are two parts to this exam, namely JEE Main and JEE Advanced. Only those who have cleared JEE Main are eligible for JEE Advanced. JEE Main has two papers and it contains a series of multiple choice questions (MCQs) which aims to test the basic physics, chemistry and mathematical knowledge of the candidate. Those students who wish to get admission in B.E or B.Tech courses appear for Paper 1. While those who wish to get admission in B.Arch or B.Planning courses give paper 2. Paper 1 can be given both online and offline; however, paper 2 can be given only offline.
JEE Main 2019 – Important dates
|Registration date||8 February 2019|
|Registration last date||7 March 2019|
|The release of Admit Card||20 March 2019|
|Exam date||7 April – 20 April 2019|
|Result date||30 April 2019 (Paper 1); 15 May 2019 (Paper 2)|
Steps to download JEE Main admit card 2019
The admit card for JEE Main 2019 is available on the official website. In order to download the JEE Main admit card 2019 for the April session, following the below mentioned steps:
- Click the JEE Main admit card 2019 link on the website
- Input details such as application number, password, date of birth and click submit
- Once the candidate verification is complete, a popup for downloading the admit card will appear on the screen
- Download the admit card
- Once the download is complete, check all the details mentioned on the admit card
- If all the information is correct, keep the admit card safe until the exam and result declaration date
- If any discrepancy is found then report it immediately to the authorities
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Details of the JEE Main admit card 2019
The JEE Main admit card 2019 contains all the details such as the candidate’s name, roll number, application number, father’s name, course name, date of birth, gender, category, state of eligibility, candidate’s photo. It also contains the name of the test center, date, shift and time of the examination along with information such as reporting time and closing time of the gates at the center, choice of paper (paper 1 or paper 2) and the signature of the candidate and the parents. Immediate changes should be done if any of the mentioned information is wrong on the admit card.
Documents to be carried by the candidate
For the smooth process of verification on the day of the examination, do not forget to carry the following documents:
- Print out of the JEE Main admit card 2019
- A passport size photograph (to be pasted on the attendance sheet at the examination center)
- A valid identification proof such as either one of the following: Passport, Aadhaar card, Voter’s ID, Driving License or Pan Card
- Candidates belonging to the PWD category will have to carry a copy of PwD certificated in the given format.
The candidate is allowed to carry only the required stationary. No electronic devices or calculators will be allowed inside the examination hall, thus refrain from carrying any.
Preparation tips for JEE Main
- Have a thorough knowledge about the JEE Main syllabus
- Make note of the chapters and subject that would required maximum preparation
- Prepare a realistic timetable, dedicating time to chapters
- It is not necessary to go outside the syllabus
- Practice is the ultimate key
- Solve as many question papers as possible. There are many questions or patterns that might be repeated from previous years
- Devoted at least seven hours daily for JEE Mains preparation.
- Complete one chapter at a time, do not randomly study any topic
- Take good care of your health and eat healthily
- Get a good amount of sleep and exercise
- Identify your strong and weak areas and prepare accordingly
- Do not procrastinate
- Clear out doubts as and when you get the change
- Be thorough with the CBSE syllabus
- Do not over-burden yourself
The counseling session begins from the second week of June, tentatively. The process of seat allotment and counseling is purely based on the merit of the candidate and availability of seats. There are approximately 4023 IITs, 17967 NITs and 4683 CTIs enrolling students for engineering on the basis of JEE scores!