JEE MAIN 2020: Application Correction, Syllabus, Exam Date

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JEE Main 2020 (Jan 2020) –Application Form Correction

● Application Form Correction Window stats from – 14th October 2019 to 20th October 2019. 

● Exam Date – 8th to 20th January 2020.

● Result – Last week of January, 2020.

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JEE Main 2019 Exam Discussion – PaGaLGuY

The registration process for the JEE (Main) 2016 exam started on the 1st of December 2015 and was to end on the 31st of December 2016.

However, in view of requests from various stakeholders, the date of online submission of application form of JEE (Main) - 2016 and uploading of images has been extended up to 11.01.2016 (11.59 PM). The fee can be paid by the candidates through credit/debit card up to 12.01.2016 (11.59 PM) & through e-challan up to12.01.2016 (up to working hours of the banks).

It is further informed that the other terms and conditions for filling up the application form will remain same. Registration can be done only online on the JEE (Main) 2016 website.

The JEE (Main) 2016 offline (pen and paper based) exam for 2016 will be held on 03.04.2016 while the online (computer based) exam will be conducted on 09.04.2016 and 10.04.2016.

To view the official notification, go to -http://jeemain.nic.in/WebInfo/Handler/FileHandler.ashx?i=File&ii=43&iii=Y

To view the admission notice, go to -

http://jeemain.nic.in/WebInfo/pdf/Admissionnotice.pdf

To apply online, go to - http://jeemain.nic.in/webinfo/Public/Home.aspx

    Karnataka CET 2016 application process begins

The Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) has invited online applications for the Karnataka Common Entrance test (KCET) 2016 for entry into professional courses, including medical, dental, Ayush courses (ICM&H), Engineering, Architecture, Farm science, B-Pharma Pharma-D and others, for the academic year of 2016-17.

The application process has started on 13.01.2015 and will end on 13.02.2016. The last date to pay the fees in the banks specified is 15.02.2016 while the admission tickets can be downloaded on or after 15.04.2016. The application fee fixed for general category and backward class candidates is Rs 650 and for SC and ST candidates is Rs 500.

The date of exam for Biology and Mathematics is 04.05.2016 while the test for Physics and Chemistry will be held on 05.05.2016. The results are expected to be declared in the first week of June, 2016.

To view the official notification, go to -

http://kea.kar.nic.in/cet2016/notification_eng.pdf

To apply online, go to -

https://cetonline.karnataka.gov.in/cetapplication2016/instruction.aspx

To view the official website, go to -

http://kea.kar.nic.in/




Tripura JEE 2016 - Last date of application is 25th January, 2016

The Tripura Joint Entrance Examinations Board has invited applications for the Tripura JEE 2016 for admission to Engineering Degree Colleges, Medical Colleges, and other professional degree courses.

The application process has started on 26.12.2015 and will end on 25.01.2016. The application form can be downloaded from the official website, filled and submitted along with attested documents -

To,

Tripura Board of Joint Entrance Examination,

Old Secretariat, Complex, Finance Building, 2nd Floor,

Agartala, PIN-799001.

The examination will be held on 26.04.2016 for Physics and Chemistry while the Mathematics and Biology exam will be held on the 27.04.2016. The tentative date of declaration of results is the first week of June, 2016.

To download application form, go to -

http://tbjee.nic.in/Application%20Form%202016.pdf

To download the bank challan, go to -

http://tbjee.nic.in/Bank%20Challan%202016.pdf

To view official notification, go to -

http://tbjee.nic.in/TBJEE18122015.pdf

To view the official website, go to -

http://tbjee.nic.in/

KEAM 2016 - 29th January, 2016 is the last date of submission of application

Government of Kerala, Office of Commissioner for Entrance Examinations has invited applications for admission to Engineering, Medical and Allied Courses, Kerala for the year 2016-17.

The application process started on 03.01.2016 and will end on 29.01.2016. Candidates can apply online on the website of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations.

The date of exam for Physics and Chemistry is 25.04.2016 while the test for Mathematics will be held on 26.04.2016. The result is expected to be declared in the third week of May, 2016.

The application fee for General candidates Rs.1000 while the same for SC candidates is Rs.500. There is no application fee for candidates belonging to ST category.

To apply online, go to -https://www.cee.kerala.gov.in/keamonline2016/main/index.php

To view the official notification, go to - http://www.cee-kerala.org/docs/keam2016/prosne.pdf

To view the official website, go to - http://www.cee-kerala.org/index.php/home

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Tripura JEE, 2016 - Application Process ends on 25th January

Dear Readers,

The Tripura Joint Entrance Examinations Board has invited applications for the Tripura JEE 2016 for admission to Engineering Degree Colleges, Medical Colleges, and other professional degree courses.

The last date of application for the Tripura JEE, 2016 is 25.01.2016. To avoid any last minute delays and confusion, make sure you complete the application process well in advance.

For complete details on the application process, refer to -http://www.pagalguy.com/articles/tripura-jee-2016-last-date-of-application-is-25th-january-20-390590...

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KEAM 2016 - Application process ends on 29th January

Dear Readers,

Government of Kerala, Office of Commissioner for Entrance Examinations has invited applications for admission to Engineering, Medical and Allied Courses, Kerala for the year 2016-17.

The last date of application for the KEAM, 2016 is 29.01.2016. To avoid any last minute delays and confusion, make sure you complete the application process well in advance.

For complete details on the application process, refer to -

http://www.pagalguy.com/articles/keam-2016-29th-january-2016-is-the-last-date-of-submission-o-390604...

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BCECE 2016 Application Process begins on 1st February

The Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board has invited applications for the BCECE ( Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination) 2016 for admission to Engineering Degree Colleges, Medical Colleges and other professional degree colleges.

The application process will start on 01.02.2016 and will end on 28.02.2016. The application form has to be filled online along with uploading of photograph and signature and payment of application fees.

The application form, enclosures and paid challan have to be sent by registered post / speed post -

To,

The Controller of Examination,

B.C.E.C.E. Board, I.A.S. Association Building,

Near Patna Airport, P.O.- B.V.College,

Patna - 800014

The first phase of the exam will be held on 17.04.2016 while the second stage of the exam will be conducted on 15.05.2016. The tentative date of declaration of results is the first week of June, 2016.

To view the official notification, go to -

http://bceceboard.com/pdf_Adv/ADV_BC16_01.pdf

To view the official website, go to -

http://bceceboard.com/Home.php

For any doubts, queries, etc. click on:

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'Mock Test for Computer-based Examination' available on JEE (Main) official website

Dear Readers,

Aspiring candidates for IIT JEE (Main) 2016 can attempt the Mock Test for the computer-based examination on the JEE (Main) official website.

To take the test, candidates need to click on 'Mock Test for Computer Based Examination'. Candidates need to enter their roll number and password to view the instructions before attempting the test. The instructions can be viewed in English or Hindi.

The total duration of the test is 180 minutes. The JEE (Main) 2016 computer-based objective paper will be held on 09/04/2016 and 10/04/2016. This 3-hour paper will assess students' knowledge in Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics.

To view the official website, go to -

http://jeemain.nic.in/webinfo/Public/Home.aspx

To view the login page, go to -

https://www.digialm.com/OnlineAssessment/[email protected]@M130

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VITEEE 2016 - Application process ends on 29th February

The VIT University is conducting the Vellore Institute of Technology Engineering Entrance Exam (VITEEE) 2016 and applications are invited for aspirants for admissions to various undergraduate engineering programmes. The admissions to the campus in Vellore and Chennai is based only on the candidate's performance in the VITEEE exam. Both the campus have close to 5000 seats in the undergraduate engineering programs and about 2 lakh aspirants are expected to take the prestigious exam.

The application can be availed both online and offline with an application fee of Rs. 960 and Rs. 990 respectively. Candidates can apply online by visiting the official website while offline applications are available at selected head post offices. The the last date for application is 29.02.2016.

The computer based test (CBT) will assess students' knowledge in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English. The exam will have 40 questions each on Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics while the English section will have 5 questions. Every correct answer will help student gain 1 mark and there will be no negative marking. The candidates can book the slot for the computer based test by the third week of March 2016.

The exam will be conducted from April 6th to April 17th, 2016. The exams will be conducted in 3 sessions on each day. The exam timings : Session 1: 9:00 am to 11:30 am / Session 2: 12:30 pm to 3:00 pm / Session 3: 4:00 pm to 6:30 pm.

The tentative date of declaration of results is April 29, 2016.

To view the official website, go to -

http://www.vit.ac.in/

To apply online, go to -

https://academics.vit.ac.in/online_application/viteee/apply.asp

For any doubts, queries, etc. click on:

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WBJEE 2016 - Application Process ends on 29th February


Dear Readers,

The West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board (WBJEEB) has invited applications for WBJEE 2016, for admissions to undergraduate courses in medical and engineering streams for the academic session 2016-2017.

The online form fill-up and registration will end on 29.02.2016. Engineering aspirants need to fill up their personal details, upload the required documents and pay the application fee. The payment of application fee can be through Allahabad Bank e-Challan or EPG. Post the payment of fee, the candidate can take the printout of the confirmation page generated. Candidates are not required to send the documents by post.

The exam will assess students' knowledge in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The exam will have 40 questions each on Physics and Chemistry while the section on Mathematics will have 75 questions. Each questions will be of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) type, with four options against each of the questions and the answer(s) to each of the questions has to be marked on the OMR sheet.

The exam will be conducted on 17th May, 2016 and the tentative date of declaration of results is June 5, 2016.

To view the official website, go to -

http://wbjeeb.nic.in/WebInfoExam/Public/View.aspx?page=78

To apply online, go to -

http://wbjeeb.nic.in/GenRegWB/root/Home.aspx?appFormId=WBJEET2016

To view the schedule of examination, go to -

http://wbjeeb.in/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Schedule-of-Examination_Wbjeem2016.pdf

For any doubts, queries, etc. click on:

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JKCET 2016 - Application process ends on 20th February 

Dear Readers,

The J&K Board of Professional Entrance Examinations has invited applications for admissions to undergraduate courses in medical, engineering and other professional streams for the academic session 2016-2017.

The online form fill-up and registration will end on 20.02.2016. Engineering aspirants need to fill up the details and pay the application fee. The payment of application fee can be done through HDFC integrated Payment Gateway which can be used to make payment with any national Credit Card/Debit Card/ or by downloading online generated Bank Challan of J&K Bank or HDFC Bank for depositing the fee amount , in any branch of J&K Bank or HDFC Bank , directly in the Board of Professional Entrance Exam (BOPEE) Account. After submitting the application form, candidates should take printouts of the application form, fee payment and other necessary documents for future use.

The exam will assess students' knowledge in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The exam will consist of 2 papers, Paper 1 will have 60 questions each on Physics and Chemistry while Paper 2 on Mathematics will have 60 questions. Each question will carry one mark for every correct answer and will have a negative marking of 0.25 mark for every incorrect answer. The answer to each of the questions has to be marked on the OMR sheet.

The exam will be conducted on the 14th & 15th May, 2016.

To view the official website, go to -

http://www.jakbopee.org/

To view the official notification, go to -

http://www.jakbopee.net/e3/documents/No-001-19012016-01-NN.pdf

To apply online, go to -

https://bopcet.online-ap1.com/

For any doubts, queries, etc. click on:

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BITSAT 2016 - Application process ends on March 5

Dear Readers,

The BITS Pilani University is conducting the Birla Institute of Technology and Science Admission Test (BITSAT) 2016 and applications are invited for aspirants for admissions to various undergraduate engineering programmes. The admissions to the campuses in Pilani, Goa and Hyderabad is based on the candidate's performance in BITSAT. All the campuses combined have close to 2000 seats in the undergraduate engineering programs and about 2 lakh aspirants are expected to take the prestigious exam. The entrance exam will be conducted in 51 test cities in India and Dubai.

The application can be availed online and candidates can apply by visiting the official website and registering their name. The candidates need to complete the application form online and pay the prescribed application fee. After submitting the application form, candidates should take printouts of the application form, fee payment and other necessary documents for future use. The the last date for application is 05.03.2016.

BITSAT-2016 will be of total 3-hour duration (without break) and the test will consist of 4 sections: Part I : Physics Part II : Chemistry Part III : (a) English Proficiency and (b) Logical Reasoning and Part IV : Mathematics. The sections on Physics and Chemistry will consist of 40 questions each while the section on English Proficiency and Logical Reasoning will have 15 and 10 questions respectively. The section on Mathematics will consist of 45 questions.

Candidates can choose BITSAT 2016 exam centers from within India or Dubai. Selecting a test center within India, allows you to select three center preferences while candidates opting for Dubai as test venue will not be allowed any center preference.

The exam will be conducted from May 14th to May 28th, 2016.

The tentative date of declaration of results is July 1, 2016.

To view the official website, go to -

http://bitsadmission.com/bitsatmain.aspx

To view the official notification, go to -

http://www.bitsadmission.com/bitsat/BITSAT2016_Advt.pdf

To apply online, go to -

http://projects.bitsadmission.com/bitsat/bitsatapply/OnlineReg.aspx?sid=BITS635903567462663957PILANI...

For any doubts, queries, etc. click on:

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JEE (Main) 2016 - Remove discrepancy in scanned uploaded image(s)

Dear Readers,

JEE (Main) 2016 aspirants can now check any discrepancy in their scanned uploaded images. The official website of JEE Main 2016 has a login feature where applicants can check for their uploaded scanned images, whether the images are accepted or not for the application form. Candidates can edit, replace their images if they don't meet the specifications as mentioned in the JEE (Main) 2016 Application Form.

As per reports, this facility applies only to those who have received messages from the JEE office and not to all applicants. Candidates who are not sure of their documents can anyway visit the website and cross check.

JEE (Main) 2016 offline examination will be conducted on April 3, and online examination on April 9 and 10.

To visit the official website, go to -

http://jeemain.nic.in/webinfo/Public/Home.aspx

To login to check/remove discrepancies in the images, go to -

http://jeemain.nic.in/jeemainapp/ImagesDiscpCorrection/AuthCandForImgCorr.aspx

Hi,

I want my brother to join a crash course for JEE(main) and I have heard that IITIANS PACE is a good institute for training on the same.

Any suggestions ? 

Starting today, PaGaLGuY's Engineering vertical has decided to shift all gears to the JEE Mains 2016 exam. To be conducted on April 3 (offline) and April 9, 10 (online), this exam is probably the most coveted among all in India - it controls a mammoth aspirant market of over 20 lakhs.

Today (March 14, 2016) onwards for the next 20 days or so, PaGaLGuY will bring to you a plethora of short pieces around JEE 2016.

There will be tips from the experts from the coaching arena and  tit-bits from engineering aspirants empathising with other aspirants. Parents whose wards are in the fray will also be voicing loud their concerns while those who have done it all and are in the IITs will also be sharing some gyaan.

No, we don't promise that after reading our fare, you will be propelled straight into an IIT but yes, your prep work will seem like fun and PaGaLGuY is a nice site to hang around with for future engineering goals.


Beat the negative marking scheme in JEE Main 2016 with 100% accuracy

The pen and paper based, offline mode Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main will be conducted on April 3, 2016. The question paper has a total of 90 questions, where each correct answer is of four marks and for every wrong answer a student loses one-fourth marks, which means one mark for every wrong answer. Understanding the marking scheme for JEE Main is not tricky. But to understand how aspirants should attempt it successfully, PaGaLGuY spoke to an expert from Bansal Classes.

Ashish Gupta, Managing Director, Bansal Classes- Jaipur

"Aspirants should focus on accuracy than speed. The minimum marks requirement to qualify for JEE Advance in 2015 was 113. Which means by attempting 30 correct questions, students could have qualified for Advance.

However, it will be impossible to sit for Advance just by scoring 113 marks in Main, they need to score a rank under two lakh. Here, is a tip that will help students to score better in Main, they should be thorough in their revision. They should have their Physics, Chemistry and Maths formulas on their tips. The level of question paper for Main is based on class 11 and 12 syllabus of CBSE, which means if they were well-prepared for their board exams, they can crack JEE Main. Students should note that their class 12 marks are given 40% weightage in JEE.

Aspirants should be accurate in solving questions, there should be no scope of confusion. Question paper for Main is comparatively easier than Advance, the number of questions are more but the time is less. But students should not hurry, in a hope to attempt all questions, because in attempting all, they might answer some questions wrong. This mistake can cost them one-fourth of the marks.

To achieve a good rank in Main, aspirants should focus on revision and hopefully, their class 12 boards are going good.

Aspirants should not aim to attempt the whole paper, rather they should focus on whatever they attempt, is correct."

PaGaLGuY wishes all aspirants good luck for JEE Mains 2016.

Students can ask their doubts regarding the JEE exam 2016 in the Comments section below. We will get the experts to answer.

Converting Time into Marks by following the right sequence of questions is the key to JEE Main 2016

With just 20 days left for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) 2016, engineering aspirants are tapping in every effort to qualify for JEE Advanced.

PaGaLGuY spoke to Mr Vinay Kumar CEO, RAO IIT, about Time Management in the upcoming JEe Main examination. 'Time is Marks' is what he believes is the way forward while solving the JEE main exam. Here are some important tips from Mr Vinay Kumar for utilising every second and converting it into marks during the JEE Main exam.

It is traditionally observed in JEE Mains that Physics is a difficult section among the three sections. It is advised to follow a 3 step approach while attempting the paper. I would recommend the following.

Step 1:

Attempt the exam in a sequence. Chemistry being the easiest section and the most vast, it can be attempted first. However, Students who are extremely good in Maths can opt maths over Chemistry.

If you starting with Chemistry, follow it with Math, and then Physics.

Step 2:

Go thoroughly through the selected section- the section you have decided to attempt at any given time. Could be any of the three sections. Segregate the easy and the tough questions. Solve all the easy questions at first and do not waste your time on solving the difficult questions. Then move to the next section. Repeat the same steps and move to the final section.

Step 3:

Now after solving the easy questions and securing

(in your mind) a fixed percentage of marks, have a look at the questions that you find difficult. Traditionally there are around 20 to 25 tough questions which consume a lot of time. It is now that you have the time to tackle those difficult questions.

Section wise segregation

Chemistry: In this section there will be questions from Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry and Physical Chemistry. The questions pertaining to Organic Chemistry will be in a direct form. If one has thoroughly revised NCERT's, then they can answer these questions easily. There will be two to three questions in this section which will be tough to score. I advise the students not to attempt the question if one is not sure.

Mathematics: The most important section in Mathematics is Algebra. My advice to the students is to revise this part thoroughly. This part will discreetly have many questions on it. Priority in JEE Main should be given to Algebra, then

Calculus and then to Co-ordinates.

Physics: Normally there are around 5 to 8 questions which are considered out-of-the-box questions.

These are from the topics like Semiconductors, Optical Instruments, Errors and Measurements. The remaining 22 to 25 questions are in the area where the student should try to secure maximum marks.

There are around 69 to 75 questions out of 90 which can be solved under the easy tag. This enables a student to secure around 190 marks after assuming certain negative marks. Securing these numbers will ensure a candidate to rank among the first 20,000, and thus qualifying for JEE Advanced.

PaGaLGuY wishes all aspirants good luck for JEE Mains 2016.

Students can ask their doubts regarding the JEE exam 2016 in the Comments section below. We will get the experts to answer.

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JEE Main 2016: IITians bring you 'Tip of the day'

This is the first in a series of articles giving last minute tips to JEE aspirants to efficiently crack the exam. Every day, PaGaLGuY will bring to you a tip of the day from first year IIT students sharing their experiences and mistakes of JEE 2015.

Rajat Harlalka, First year BTech, IIT Guwahati

JEE aspirants tend to study all night, as a result of which they feel lazy or lethargic in the mornings. My suggestion is to break this habit as the JEE Main exam is to be given at 9:30am. Students should attempt to solve JEE practice papers at 9:30 in the morning at least thrice a week. The idea is to train you brain to be the most productive and alert at the time of the day when JEE is scheduled. Another area where students should work on is creating a sheet of all the mistakes that they make while solving practice papers. Often students assume that the mistakes they make in practice solving are too silly and that will not be repeat during the main exam. However, even the silliest of mistakes can be replicated in the exam unknowingly. Listing all your mistakes during practice on a separate sheet will help you actively avoid them while writing the JEE Main paper. And finally, concepts that students feel confident about, should be not be omitted from revision at the last moment. There is no point starting to master a new concept in the last 20 days before the exam. This time is to practice what you already know than to exhaust your energy learning something new. 

JEE 2016 aspirant speak (1)

In the coming days, PaGaLaGuY will bring to you what's on the JEE 2016 aspirants' minds

If you are an aspirant too, read on, might just help you fine tune your prep strategy. The first  of the lot, PaGaLGuY spoke to today, discussed Physics and the route to crack