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Joint Engineering Examination, (formerly known as All India Engineering Entrance Examination), commonly known as JEE is an engineering entrance examination that is conducted for admission into the various engineering institutes all across the country.
About JEE
JEE is conducted by the National Testing Agency in January as well as April. It consists of two parts, JEE Main and JEE Advanced.
JEE Main is for admission into the National Institutes of Technology (NITs), Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) and the Centrally Funded Technical Institutes (CFTIs). While JEE Advanced is for admission into the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and the Indian Institutes of Scientific and Educational Research (IISERs).
Only those students who have successfully cleared the JEE Mains are eligible to appear for the JEE Advanced.
JEE Main
It consists of two papers, i.e., Paper 1 and Paper 2. Candidates have the choice to appear in either one or both of the papers. Both the papers comprise of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs). While Paper 1 for admission into BE/B.Tech courses, Paper 2 is for B.Arch and B.Planning. Paper 1 is conducted online while Paper 2 is conducted offline. JEE Main has a fixed examination structure and is conducted for a duration of 3 hours. The questions covers physics, chemistry and maths.
JEE Advanced
This is the 2nd phase of the entrance examination and is conducted by the different IITs every year on a rotational basis. This exam too is based on physics, chemistry and maths and the questions are objective type.
Pattern of JEE 2020
There were some changes which were introduced last year in the pattern of the JEE question papers which are as follows:
The number of questions has been reduced.
Questions in all the sections, i.e., will comprise of 20 Multiple Choice Questions and 5 integer questions.
Each question carries 4 marks.
Incorrect answers will get a negative marking of 1 mark.
On an average, around 11-12 lakh candidates appear for JEE for a total of 25000 seats (in IITs, NITs, IIITs). Given the syllabus and the competition, cracking JEE might seem like an impossible task. But with the right preparation strategy and proper planning, you surely can clear the JEE exam.
Tips for JEE preparations
The following tips might prove useful for your JEE preparations:
Plan your preparations:
Give equal time to all topics.
Devote more time on difficult topics.
Daily revise all the topics you are already familiar with.
Mock tests and previous year question:
Make sure you solve as many mock papers as possible
Analyse your performance and work upon your weal areas
Take it easy, take a break:
Do not over-exert yourself. Take some time off to relax and refresh yourself. Listen to some music, play games or do anything that eases your brain. Also, eat a balanced diet and take care of your health.
Keep a copy of the latest JEE syllabus and plan your preparations accordingly.
Study Material:
Make sure you refer from the best and the most appropriate study material for your preparation. This will save you a lot of efforts, time and money.
Disha Publication provides you with all the help you need to crack the JEE exams. We have all the material which you need for your preparations. Our study material consists of past year papers, mock papers, solved papers, explanation s of important concepts, MCQ questions as well as integer questions. Everything revised and edited as per the latest JEE 2020 pattern. You can also give our study material a free trial and be assured that is indeed is the most suitable for you.
All the best for your preparations!