JEE Mains 2017 is conducted to provide admissions to applicants in engineering programmes at IIITs, NITs and many other top ranking technical institutions (CFTIs) situated all over the country.
The dates of JEE Mains have been announced. As per announcement, the entrance exam will be conducted on April 2, 2017 and the results for the exam will be announced on April 27, 2017.
JEE Paper-1 estimates the skill of applicants who would like to pursue BE/BTech at CFTIs, IIITs and NITs. It is the eligibility test for JEE (joint entrance exam) advanced which is an exam in order to secure admissions in programmes on offer by sixteen Indian School of Mines (ISM) and IITs. The candidates who have under 250,000 score, they will be eligible to appear for JEE Advanced.
JEE Main Exam Day
Applicants are recommended to check their Test booklet and make sure that it contained entire pages as specified on top of the Test Booklet’s 1st page. The applicants needed to confirm the serial number and also the arrangement of the Test Booklet with the serial number and arrangement as specified on the OMR sheet. In any case, if there should arise an occurrence of error, applicants are recommended to caution the invigilator as soon as possible. Before going to exam you must fill an application form of JEE MAIN which is available here.
In pen-paper based test applicants need to sign two times on the Attendance Sheet. The primary mark must be put quickly after beginning of the examination while the second mark must be done at the season of giving over the answer sheet to the Invigilator. Applicants likewise needed to put their left hand thumb impression in the space gave in the exam participation sheet. To do all the exam related errands on time, it is important to observe the essential dates for JEE Main.
Number of Attempts
Applicants can show up for this building selection test for a most extreme of three times. Candidates are encouraged to note and also check for themselves the qualification for showing up in JEE Advanced. Applicants need to note and also confirm the qualification for inductions into individual establishments through JEE Main exam
Number of Subjects
The exam qualification criteria for JEE Main specified that intrigued Applicants ought to show up for no less than five subjects in their Class XII or proportionate qualifying examination.
In this way, applicants who studied only four subjects in their Class XII or proportional qualifying examination were not permitted to sit for JEE Main.
Eligibility Date of Birth
To be qualified for the JEE Main 2016 exam, applicant’s date of birth needed to fall on or after October 1, 1991. However, as far as possible for Applicants falling under the Persons with Disabilities (PwD), Scheduled Tribe (ST) and Scheduled Caste (SC) applicants is distinctive.