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Category: JEE News & Info (page 1 of 12)

Single Exam for Engineering and Architecture from 2018

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The Human Resource Development Ministry (HRD) recently announced that it aims to conduct a single entrance examination for architecture and engineering at the undergraduate level from next year that is 2018 onward. The examination would be similar to the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) held to select students for medical courses in various private and government medical colleges across the country.

The test shall be held a number of times a year just like college admission exams such as SAT which is held in the US. The step has been taken to build uniformity in the academic standards and keep a check on mal practices such as donations.

JEE Advanced 2017 – Exam Date

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While you all may be busy preparing for Joint Entrance Examination (Main) [JEE Main], the Central Board of Secondary Education has announced the date for Joint Entrance Examination (Advanced) [JEE Advanced] 2017. The exam shall be conducted on the 21st of May 2017. Paper 1 will be conducted from 9 am to 12 noon and Paper 2 shall be held between 2 pm and 5 pm on the same day. Both the papers are compulsory. The examination date would not be changed even if the day is declared a public holiday for some reason. Read on to find out about the other important dates/ details related to the examination.
JEE Advanced 2017 shall be held by seven zonal IITs guided by the Joint Admission Board (JAB) 2017. A candidate’s performance in this exam will be the deciding factor for his admission in the Bachelor’s, Integrated Master’s and Dual Degree programs in the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs). JAB’s decisions would be final in all the matters pertaining to JEE Advanced 2017 as well as admission to IITs.

New Facts of Science in 2017

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Scientists across the globe continually conduct researches and experiments to come up with newer scientific facts. There were numerous new discoveries last year and the year 2017 that has just begun has also seen quite a few new ones. Let us have a look at some of the scientific discoveries of 2017.

1. NASA’s Satellite to Watch Chimpanzees
The number of chimpanzees has decreased drastically over the last 100 years and if the trend continues they may get extinct in the years to come. In order to protect this endangered species NASA has recently collaborated with Jane Goodall Institute to come up with a satellite to monitor these wild creatures. The data collated from the satellite will be examined at the Goodall Institute and based on the findings the conservationists and local communities would be guided on how they can contribute to save chimpanzees.

JEE Mains 2017: Application Forms Out

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JEE Main 2017 online application process has commenced from the 1st of December 2016. It is to be noted that these application forms can be filled and submitted via online mode only. The last date to apply for the same has been set as 2nd January 2017.
All the Indian students applying for the same must have Aadhaar card as they will be required to enter their Aadhaar card number at the time of filling the application form for JEE Main 2017. The candidate’s name, gender and date of birth shall be validated by the data available with Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI). The application form shall not be accepted if these particulars do not match the data at UIDAI. In case, there is a mismatch in the information on the Aadhaar card and that present in the school records then the candidate must get it rectified immediately.
Joint Entrance Examination, a two tier examination conducted to give admission in engineering and architecture programs in IITs, NITs and some of the other top rated engineering institutes of the country, is one of the toughest competitive examinations. Rigorous hard work, determination and expert guidance are the key ingredients needed to get through it.

JEE Main 2017 Eligibility Criteria

JEE, conducted to select students for undergraduate engineering and architecture courses in premier engineering colleges in the country, is held in two phases – JEE Main and JEE Advanced. Thousands of students appear in this tough competitive examination each year to get entry into their dream college. If you too are one of those who are planning to appear for the Joint Entrance Examination in the coming year then here is all you need to know about the eligibility criteria for the same:

  • Candidates born on or after the 1st of October 1992 are eligible to give JEE Main 2017.

Know More About IITs

Indian Institutes of Technology are top rated engineering colleges in the country, governed by the Institutes of Technology Act, 1961. There are a total of 23 Indian Institutes based in different locations across India including Delhi, Bombay, Kharagpur, Hyderabad, Kanpur, Roorkee, Madras, Guwahati, Jammu, Bhubaneswar, Dhanbad, Ropar, Bhilai, Gandhinagar, Indore, Palghat, Patna, Tirupati, Jodhpur, Varanasi, Mandi, Dharwad and Goa. There is a common IIT Council that looks after the administration of all these institutes.

6 Study Tips for Students Who Drop a Year for IIT JEE Preparations

It is tough to decide whether to drop a year for IIT JEE preparation or go ahead with the next best option. However, if you have already had a look at all the pros and cons and decided to give it another shot then keep the below mentioned tips in mind to make the most of the time you have:

Review Your Performance
Now that you have already given the exam once, you know where you stand. Before beginning with the preparation all over again it is suggested to review your examination performance to know your weak areas as well as your strong points. This will help you understand as to which topics require more attention and which ones just need a glance.

An Average Student’s Guide to Crack NEET /JEE

Competitive examinations such as JEE and NEET are tough to crack even for the genius minds and if you have been average in studies then you need to put in a lot more efforts. Here is an average student’s guide to crack JEE/NEET.

Start Early
If engineering or medical line interests you and you are aiming to sit for JEE or NEET it is suggested to start the preparation as you enter your 11th grade. It is essential to give at least 2 years for preparation of competitive examinations such as these.

Three Benefits of Having Class 11th and 12th syllabus for JEE Entrance

The news that JEE entrance curriculum will only include syllabus from class 11th and 12th has come as a relief for the students aiming to sit for this competitive examination. And why not? This will make the JEE preparation much easier for them. Let us learn as to how it will benefit the students in three major ways:

Limited Syllabus
JEE syllabus has always been very vast thereby making the preparation a big task for the candidates. They require learning a wide variety of topics in order to be thorough with the subject. However, with this latest modification the students know exactly where to look for the curriculum and what exactly to cover in order to crack the same.

Attempting JEE Mains Again

Whether to choose another field and go ahead with it or drop a year to focus completely on the JEE preparations? This is one question most engineering aspirants are faced with. While there is no one rule fits all, we shall try to explain the pros and cons of the same so that it becomes easier for you to take the decision.

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