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Major reforms in JEE Main and NEET by National Testing Agency (NTA)

The major examination reform, National Testing Agency (NTA) is now operational. It will be conducting the National Eligibility cum Entrance examination (NEET) and Joint Entrance Examination- Main (JEE Main) examinations effective this year. Apart from NEET and JEE (Main), NTA will also conduct National Eligibility Test (NET), Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) and Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test (GPAT) examinations from now on.

The new changes will be effective for the examinations to be conducted for academic session 2019-20

Major changes in JEE (Main) and NEET examinations:

  • Only the method of taking the examination will change.
  • It will be all computer-based and conducted in online mode.
  • Also, JEE (Main) and NEET will happen twice a year now.
  • JEE (Main) will be held in January and April while NEET will be held twice in February and May.
  • These competitive exams will be held on multiple dates.
  • Aspirants may appear for one or both as per their choice. The best score of both the attempts shall be considered in the final merit preparation for admission.
  • No offline/manual/handwritten from now onwards.

Not going to change:

  • No change in the syllabus of these examinations.
  • No change in the question format of these examinations.
  • No change in the nature and kind of questions.
  • No change in the language of these examinations.
  • No change in the fee of these examinations.
  • The IIT’s would continue to conduct Joint Entrance Examination – Advance examination in its current form.

 

JEE Main Examination Tentative Schedule:

A) January 2019 Examination:

  1. Online submission of application forms- 01.09.2018 to 30.09.2019.
  2. Dates of Examination – Between 06.01.2019 to 20.01.2019 (8 different sittings and candidate can choose any one)
  3. Declaration of results – 1st week of Feb 2019

B) April 2019 Examination:

  1. Online submission of application forms: 2nd week of February 2019
  2. Dates of examination – Between 07.04.2019 to 21.04.2019 (8 different sittings and candidate can choose any one)
  3. Declaration of results – 1st week of May

NEET UG Examination Tentative Schedule:

A) February 2019 Examination:

  1. Online submission of application forms- 01.10.2018 to 31.10.2019.
  2. Dates of Examination – Between 03.02.2019 to 17.02.2019 (8 different sittings and candidate can choose any one)
  3. Declaration of results – 1st week of March 2019

B) May 2019 Examination:

  1. Online submission of application forms: 2nd week of March 2019
  2. Dates of examination – Between 12.05.2019 to 26.05.2019 (8 different sittings and candidate can choose any one)
  3. Declaration of results – 1st week of June 2019

 

Inspired by my sister to pursue engineering: Pawan Goyal

JAIPUR: Following in his sister’s footsteps, Pawan Goyal too has attained remarkable success in JEE-Advanced within a gap of four years. Goyal moved to Kota after his class VIII with his mother Manju Goyal as his sister Shrishti wanted coaching for IIT from there. This was in 2012. Little did the brother know that he would end up performing better than his role model and elder sister Shrishti who scored AIR-54 in JEE-Advanced in 2014. This year Pawan Goyal came at number 4 in the same exam.

“The success of my sister inspired me to pursue engineering,” said an elated Goyal. Preparing for competitive exams at an early age requires time management and a lot of hard work. He was a school student during morning hours and coaching student from afternoon till evening. It took him four years of consistent 10-12 hours of study to script the success that he achieved on Sunday. “It doesn’t mean that I only studied in Kota. I played badminton every alternate day to keep fit and to stay away from stress. Maintaining a balance between education and sports is very important when you are appearing in the national-level exam,” said Goyal.

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During the course of his major success, he attained several other successes—gold medal in the International Junior Science Olympiad (IJSO), National Talent Search Exam (NTSE) in 2015-16, silver medal in International Physics Olympiad in 2017 and Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) in 2017-18. “Each and every success in these competitions helped me inch closer to my main aim of JEE-Advanced. I advise NEET and JEE aspirants to take these competitions seriously. They shape the temperament for appearing and preparing for the exam,” said Goyal.

He owes his success to his mother who moved to an unknown city like Kota for building the career of her children. “She made a lot of sacrifices in her life for us. Living away from my father, family and relatives she had only one aim — to see us touching heights of success. She has equally prepared for the exam with us since 2012. Every day she would wake up much before us to prepare breakfast and would burn midnight oil with us to ensure that we study properly. I am happy that with my success, she has achieved her aim,” said Goyal, whose father works in a private company in Noida. He prepared from Resonance Pvt Eduventures, Kota.

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32% candidates to give JEE Advanced a miss

HYDERABAD: While many candidates who failed to qualify for the JEE Mains are busy looking for other options, surprisingly, 32% of those short-listed for the final exam have decided to give the test a miss, this year.

According to official data, while 2.4 lakh JEE Main candidates were selected for the JEE Advanced exam, only 1.6 lakh among them have registered for the test, scheduled to be held on May 20. Experts attributed this to more students, particularly those with poor rankings in the Mains, preferring to appear for other tests where they have a better chance of qualifying. This, they added, was advisable for candidates who secured ranks of more than 20,000 in the JEE Main.

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”Over the years, a growing number of students have decided to opt out of JEE Advanced. This is because there are only 7,000-odd seats in IITs. Based on their rank in JEE-Main, students can gauge if they stand a chance to get admission into an IIT. If their JEE Main rank is greater than 20,000 it is advisable that they focus their efforts on other entrance exams and JEE Main counselling sessions. This also gives them a greater chance of securing admission in a course of their choice,” said Zishaan Hayath, CEO and co-founder of Toppr.com.

Interestingly, the number of students opting out of the JEE Advanced exam is increasing with every passing year. While 21% of eligible students opted out of the Advanced race in 2016, the number increased by 2% in 2017. In 2018, the number has jumped to 32%.

“One of the reasons why students, especially from tier 2 or tier 3 cities, opt out of JEE Advanced exam is because they are not well equipped — with things such as a laptop or digital mode of learning — to prepare for JEE Advanced examination. Also, their Mains score gives them a rough idea about their potential. If their rank is around 1.25 lakh or above, most of them prefer NIT or state engineering colleges. Many students also sign up for a second attempt because they think they will get abetter college the next year,” Randhir Kumar, CEO, BasicFirst.

 

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JEE Main cut-off slides to a low

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New Delhi: The cut-off score used for this year’s Joint Entrance Examination Main to determine general category candidates’ eligibility for the JEE Advanced is the lowest ever and caps a four-year downward trend.

Professors at the Indian Institutes of Technology, which admit students on the basis of their JEE Advanced scores, suggested two possible reasons. One, an increase in available IIT seats; two, top students’ growing preference for non-engineering courses such as medicine. All those who scored more than 74 in the JEE main, out of the total marks of 360, will be allowed to take the JEE Advanced this year.

When the JEE Main and the JEE Advanced were started in 2013, the cut-off used was 113. This rose to 115 the following year but has been falling every year since then. (See chart)

M.K. Panigrahi, IIT Kharagpur teacher and former JEE Advanced chairperson, said that in 2013, the IITs wanted the 1.5 lakh best JEE Main candidates to take the JEE Advanced. This year, they want 2.2 lakh to do so.

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This is because the institutes have increased their seats from about 9,500 in 2013 to almost 12,000 now.

“To accommodate more candidates, you have to lower the cut-off,” Panigrahi said. “It does not mean the students have become more complacent (and are faring worse in the exams).”

Also, the number of students taking the JEE Main has been declining since 2014, when 13 lakh had taken the test. This year, the number was 11 lakh.

“Demand for the engineering courses is falling. Large numbers of seats remain vacant in the engineering colleges,” Rajeev Kumar, former IIT Kharagpur professor who now teaches computer science at JNU, said.

“This suggests that the top students are taking an interest in other disciplines as well.”

The number of candidates taking the National Eligibility and Entrance Test, which determines admission to undergraduate medical and dental courses, has grown from 8 lakh in 2016 to 13 lakh this year.

The top score in the JEE Main, however, has remained more or less the same over the years, Panigrahi said. Bhogi Suraj Krishna from Andhra Pradesh topped this year with 350.JEE Advanced scores determine admission to the IITs as well as some other institutions such as the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, and the Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research.

Many centrally funded engineering colleges, such as the National Institutes of Technology, as well as some state government and private engineering colleges admit students on the basis of their JEE Main scores.

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ResoNite Pawan Goyal, maintaining the league, secures 350 marks with AIR 6.

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Registration for JEE Advanced begins: All details here

The application process for the JEE Advanced has started today. All those who cleared the Main are eligible for this next stage.

Candidates need to visit the official website to register for the exam to be held on May 20.

Applications close at 5pm on May 7. An additional 24-hour window will be given for payment of necessary fees. Here are all details.

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Registration

Follow these steps to register for the exam

To apply for Advanced, visit www.jeeadv.ac.in. Click on the link given on the homepage for registration.

Login with your JEE Main roll number and password.

Your pre-entered details will be loaded automatically. You will have to enter some additional information, like choice of exam city.

Documents to be uploaded include Class-10 and 12 marksheets or birth certificate, and certificates for caste/disability, if required.

Payment

Fees can be paid online or at branch

The registration fee for Indian female students and SC/ST/PwD candidates is Rs. 1,300. For other Indians, it is Rs. 2,600.

Among foreigners, candidates from SAARC countries will need to pay $160, and $300 from non-SAARC countries.

Payment can be made through debit/credit card, internet banking, or by cash at SBI branches.

If you make the payment online, make sure to download the acknowledgement slip.

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ResoNite Pawan Goyal, maintaining the league, secures 350 marks with AIR 6.

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JEE Advanced 2018: Registration begins; points to remember

Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) 2018 Advanced registration process began on Wednesday, May 2nd. JEE 2018 Mains result was declared on April 30th by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and as many as 2.31 lakh candidates have qualified to appear for JEE Advanced 2018. The exam is scheduled to be conducted on May 20th by Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur.

Qualified candidates can register themselves by filling an online form for the examination at jeeadv.ac.in. The last date to register for the JEE Advanced 2018 exam is May 7th until 5 pm IST.

JEE Advanced examination, which only can be attempted by candidates who have cleared the JEE Mains, is conducted for admission for bachelor’s, integrated master’s and dual degree programmes for all IITs. The computer-based exam is conducted in two phases, Paper-I (9 am to 12 noon) and Paper-II (2 pm to 5 pm).

Victorious moment for all 12 students who secured their positions in the Top 200 of JEE (Main) 2018. Heartiest congratulations to all of them

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Eligibility criteria for JEE Advanced 2018

  • The candidate should have qualified for JEE Advanced in Paper -1 of JEE Mains 2018
  • Candidates should not have appeared in JEE (Advanced) in 2016 or earlier
  • The candidate should have appeared for the Class 12th examination for the first time in 2017 or 2018
  • The candidate must not have accepted admission at any IITs earlier

Students are expected to carefully fill the form and upload all the documents correctly as the website doesn’t allow for any rectification or retries.

How to register for JEE Advanced 2018

  1. Log in to the JEE Advanced 2018 website (jeeadv.ac.in)
  2. Click on registration link. There is a single for both JEE Mains qualified candidates and Foreign Nations (including OCI and PIO)
  3. Log in with JEE Main 2018 roll number and password
  4. Enter the required details and upload scanned copies of all the required documents
  5. Pay online registration fees of Rs. 2600 ($40 approx) for General category and 1300 ($20 approx) for SC, ST, PWD, and women candidates
  6. After payment, candidates can log in to the page again and download the registration details

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ResoNite Pawan Goyal, maintaining the league, secures 350 marks with AIR 6.

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JEE Advanced 2018 – Notification for Registration, Exam Date & Pattern Update

The JEE Advanced 2018 official notification is out for all the students preparing to appear in the examination. Each year, the exam conducting IIT decides and thus formulates the exam pattern every year. For JEE Advanced 2018, IIT Kanpur holds the exam conducting authority and has formulated the date, exam pattern and other necessary details for the aspiring candidates to go through.

The JEE Mains 2018 Exam for both the online as well as the offline modes has concluded and the result is soon to be out. The JEE Advanced 2018 Exam is to be held in the month of May and students are gearing up for the same.

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JEE Advanced 2018 Exam | Check Important Dates 

The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced 2018 Exam is a National Level Engineering Exam which is conducted by the seven different zonal Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) with the support and guidance of the Joint Admission Board (JAB) each year. Each year, this exam is conducted for the students seeking admission into the 23 Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) which are located at different locations within the country.

The JEE Advanced 2018 is scheduled to be held on 20th May 2018 i.e. Sunday. Both the papers that is Paper 1 and Paper 2 will be held on the same day in two different shifts. The students interested to appear for the examination can apply online by visiting the website that is http://www.jeeadv.ac.in. The online registrations for the JEE Advanced 2018 will begin online on 2nd May 2018 from 10 am and will go on till 7th May 2018, 5 pm. Whereas, the last day to make the online payment for the registration is 8th May 2018 till 5 pm.

JEE Advanced 2018 Exam Pattern 

The JEE Advanced 2018 Exam is to be held in the month of May 2018. The JEE Advanced 2018 Exam is a combination of 2 papers that is Paper 1 and Paper 2 which are of three hours each. Both the papers of the JEE Advanced 2018 Exam are compulsory to be appeared in by the students.

The Paper 1 will be held in the morning shift that is from 9 am to 12 noon which will be followed by Paper 2 commencing from 2 pm and will end at 5 pm. All the aspiring candidates should register themselves as soon as the process begins to avoid issues at the last minute.

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