JEE Main 2017 Application Form, Exam Dates, Eligibility

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JEE Mains is one of the top level examinations of India. JEE is a 2 stage examination conducted by CBSE Board. The interested candidates can get admissions in UG eng./architecture courses in NITs, IITs and other institutions through JEE Mains examination, whereas IITs provide admissions to eligible candidates through JEE Advanced examination. The qualified candidates of JEE Mains will be eligible to take up JEE Advanced examination.

Important Changes Made in JEE Main 2017

  • There will be no weightage for higher secondary marks in calculating the ranks in JEE Main examination.
  • For the applicants to qualify for admission in IITs, NITs, IIITs & such other CFTIs whose admission are based on JEE ranks, they must have score minimum 75% marks (65% for reserved categories) in higher secondary standard or be in the top 20 percentile in higher secondary exam. for more details visit www.jeemain.nic.in

Important Points for JEE Main 2017

  • Aadhar Card is mandatory to apply JEE Main 2017.
  • JEE Main 2017 Application Form will be available from 1st December 2016.
  • JEE Main Examination is held one time in year.
  • There is only three attempts to appear in JEE Main.
  • There is no application correction facility in JEE Main application process.
  • There is no lateral entry scheme through JEE Main, Admissions are provided only in First Year (First Semester).
  • JEE Main 2017 Application form can only be submitted through online mode.
  • Candidates who are appearing or passed 12th or equivalent examination can apply for JEE Main 2017.
  • To admission in IIT’s, IIIT’s NIT’s and CFTI’s candidates must score at least 75% (for SC/ST 65%) in their qualifying examination (12th Standard)

JEE Main 2017 Application Form

The interested candidates can apply for JEE Main 2017 only through online mode from the official website of JEE Main 2017. The application forms will be available from 1st December 2017. Last date to apply is 2nd January 2017.

Before the application the candidates are suggested to get the JEE Main Information Bulletin 2017 from the official site of the board and read carefully, which will be available after release of official notice for JEE Main 2017.

Important Dates

JEE Main 2017 Official notice will be release November 2016
The starting date for online application 1st December 2016
Last date to submit online application 2nd January 2017
Last date to pay of application fee through debit/credit card 3rd January 2017
Last date to pay of application fee through e-challan January 2017
Admit Card availability March 2017
JEE Main offline Examination (Pen Paper Based) 2nd April 2017
JEE Main online Examination (Computer Based) 8th & 9th April 2017
Answer key availability April 2017
Challenge against answer key will be accepted April 2017
Result declaration 27th April 2017
Counselling First of week of July 2017

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JEE Main Application Form

The application procedure will be completed 4 stages. The stages are described below, the applicants can follow these steps to apply for JEE Main examination.

 1. Registration

  • State of eligibility that means the state from where the applicants gave their higher secondary examination or equivalent qualifying examination.
  • School board of higher secondary/qualifying examination.
  • Year of passing or appearing of higher secondary/qualifying examination.
  • Roll no. of higher secondary/qualifying examination (in case it is allotted).
  • Security pin as appeared on the PC screen.
  • Once you enter all the details, click on “submit” to proceed with registration process.

2. Online application and password

The registered applicants will be able to proceed with application procedure. The online application form of JEE Main will be divided into 5-6 sections as below-

  • Section for Personal details
  • Section for Mailing Address details
  • Section for examination related details
  • Section for Academic details
  • Section for Guardian details
  • Section for submit security pin
  • Section for choosing password

The applicants will have to enter all the genuine details and submit. They will get an application no. once they submit the form.

3. Uploading scanned images/documents

The applicants will have to upload scanned images of their photograph, signature and thumb impression in prescribed format.

Instructions for scanned images and password

  • The scanned images of signature, photograph and thumb impression must have in jpg/jpeg format.
  • The image size for photograph should be between 4kb to 40kb, within dimension 3.5cm (width) / 4.5cm (height). The photograph must have latest and must have the name of applicants and the date.
  • The image size for signature should be between 1kb to 30kb, within dimension 3.5cm (length) / 1.5cm (height).
  • The image size for thumb impression should be between 1kb to 30kb, within dimension 3.5cm (length) / 1.5cm (height). The applicants who do not have left thumb can also submit the impression of their right hand thumb. In case, if both the thumbs are not there then impression of any other finger can also be submitted.
  • The password should be of 8-13 character using upper & lower case with minimum 1 numeric value & special character.
  • Also choose security question & answer which can be easily answered.

4.Payment of application fee

To complete the application procedure, the applicants will have to pay application fee. The fee can be paid through debit/credit card or an e-challan of Canara Bank/ Syndicate Bank/ ICICI Bank/ HDFC Bank. An acknowledgement slip will be generated on successful payment of application fee.

Examination fee

Offline examination Online examination
Centre in India
Papers OBC or General PWD or ST/ST General or OBC PWD or SC/ST
Either JEE Main Paper I or Paper II 500 (females) and 1000 (males) 500 (females) and 500 (males) 250 (females) and 500 (males) 250 (females) and 250 (males)
Both JEE Main Paper I & II 900 (females) and 1800 (males) 900 (females) and 900 (males) 650 (females) and 1300 (males) 650 (females) and 6500 (males)
Centre in Foreign
Either JEE Main Paper I or II 1250 (females) and 2500 (males) 1250 (females) and 1250 (males) 1250 (females) and 2500 (males) 1250 (females) and 1250 (males)
Both Paper I & II 1900 (females) and 3800 (males) 1900 (females) and 1900 (males) 1900 (females) and 1900 (males) 1900 (females) and 3800 (males)

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NSEP – 2016 A Detailed Analysis by Resonance

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On 27nd November 2016, NSEP (National Standard Examination in Physics) – 2016 was exam is conducted by the Indian Association of Physics Teachers (IAPT) at many centers all over the country. NSEP is the stepping stage for selection of aspiring and talented students in the Physics Olympiad Program. The student can move forward to other stages only after clearing this stage.

Please click on link below for detailed analysis of NSEP

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Answer keys and Solutions with exhaustive analysis of International Science Olympiads (stage-1) will be available on 27 Nov 06:00 pm onwards.

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Resonance Wishes “ BEST OF LUCK” to all the aspirants of NATIONAL STANDARD EXAMINATION FOR PHYSICS( NSEP), CHEMISTRY (NSEC), BIOLOGY (NSEB), ASTRONOMY (NSEA) 2016, which will be conducted on 27th November 2016 (Sunday)  all across the country.

Answer keys &  Solutions with exhaustive analysis will be, prepared by  senior faculties of Resonance and  will be available at http://www.resonance.ac.in  on 27th Nov 2016, 6 PM onwards.

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Resonance JNV Bundi students showed outstanding performance in RMO 2016

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Hard work of Faculty Members of Resonance finally bore a sweet fruit.

Eleven students of JNV, Bundi cleared the Regional Mathematics Olympiad (RMO). It is additionally an amazing privilege that one of the students Nishant Trivedi packed away 85 Marks out of 100 and secured the second position in the region among Jawahar Navoday Schools.

MD of Resonance RK Verma Sir told that out of 598 Navoday Schools 30 boys and 5 girls were selected for National Mathematics Olympiad. Out of those 35, 11 are the part of Jawahar Navoday School, Bundi. It is in fact the consequence of diligent work and centered devotion of the educators of Resonance. One of the eminent NGOs – Dakshana Foundation and Resonance together has taken the responsibility of teaching the unprivileged students; illuminating and setting them up about Olympiad, NTSE and KVPY.  JNV, Sitapur Bundi  has a very exceptionally solid foundation of students who are today a part of various IITs. The number of students alone from bundi  branch has gone upto 208 in these past eight years. 49 students appeared for JEE (Advanced) 2016, out of which 40 got selected, which is indeed a commendable number.

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Resonance is highly involved in its Corporate social Responsibility (CSR), where it under coordinated efforts with Dakshana Foundation gives free of cost coaching to the poverty stricken students.

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MD of Resonance RK Verma Sir also notified that 40 – 50 thousand students every year, from all over India participate in RMO Stage 1 exam. On the premise of Stage 1, 900 students are chosen for Indian National Mathematics Olympiad (INMO). The stage 2 exam will take place on 15th January 2017. The marks acquired in Stage 2 will lead to selection of 30 – 35 students for a camp. The camp will be a basis for the selection of 6 students who will represent the country in International Mathematics Olympiad (IMO). There will also be a training camp for sharpening the minds of the selected students.

QS Employability Survey ranks IIT Kharagpur as top varsity in India

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For the second time in a row, the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur has been ranked as the top institution in the country by QS Employability Ranking, with IIT Bombay also figuring in the list of top 100 universities in the world.

The IIT Kharagpur has been ranked in the range of 71-80, the highest position among Indian institutions, out of 200 universities from across the world.

IIT Bombay, ranked next to IIT Kharagpur, is the only other institution from India to have been ranked among the top 100.

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Other Indian institutions among the top 200 are IIT Madras, IIT Delhi and University of Delhi, QS Employability Ranking survey said.

IIT-Kharagpur, which awards degrees to nearly 2500 students annually, maintains a successful track record of placement for students from the graduating batches enrolling for campus placement.

It has been ranked exceptionally well in the survey on parameters of graduate employability rate and employers’ presence in the campus.

The other parameters are employer reputation which is based on a survey conducted with employers opting for campus recruitment, alumni outcomes or performance of alumni and partnerships with employers, it said.

Source: http://www.indianexpress.com

Odisha to participate in JEE Main-2017

Bhubaneswar: The Odisha government, which had taken part in the all India Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main examination this year, will also take part in the test scheduled on April 2 next year.

However, submission of Aadhaar card details at the time of applying for the JEE Main has been made mandatory this time by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).

As per a CBSE notification, all the Indian citizen candidates should possess Aadhaar card issued by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI). At the time of filling application form of JEE (Main)-2017, the candidates will have to enter their Aadhaar number, name, date of birth and gender which will be validated with the UIDAI’s data.  In case, these particulars do not match, the candidates will not be able to fill the application form. Therefore, the candidates are advised to ensure that their Aadhaar card has correct details of their name, date of birth and gender as per school records. If there is some mismatch in these details, the candidates should immediately get it corrected in Aadhaar data or school records, as the case may be.

The online application process will start from December 1 onwards. The last date for application is January 2 while fee can be paid up to January 3, the notification said.

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Talking to media persons today, Odisha Joint Entrance Examination (OJEE) chairman Tushar Kant Nath said as per a notification by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (HRD), there shall be no weightage for the 12th class marks in calculating the ranks in the JEE (Main) examination pattern for 2017.

For the candidates to qualify for the admission in the IITs/NITs/IIITs and such other Centrally Funded Technical Institutions (CFTIs) whose admissions are based on the JEE (Advanced)/JEE (Main) ranks, they should have secured at least 75% marks in the 12th class examination, or be in the top 20 percentile in the 12th class examination conducted by the respective Boards. For SC/ST students the qualifying marks would be 65% in the 12th class examination.

“A student can get admission in NIT and IIT by appearing in the single entrance test. If the performance is not of that level, he/she can take admission in government and private engineering colleges in Odisha for which the qualifying mark for a student of general category and SC&ST category has to be 45% and 40% respectively,” Nath said, adding that OJEE would conduct the counselling of the students for taking admission in government and private engineering colleges of Odisha as per their JEE Main ranking.

He said the Odisha government has decided in principle that the students cannot appear in multiple entrance tests. “A notification to this effect will be issued by the Skill Development and Technical Education department very soon,” he added.

Source : odishatv.in

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NSEJS – 2016 Exam A Detailed Analysis by Resonance

On 20nd November 2016, NSEJS (National Standard Examination in Junior Science) – 2016 exam was conducted by the Indian Association of Physics Teachers (IAPT) at many centers all over the country. NSEJS is the stepping stage for selection of aspiring and talented students in the Junior Science Olympiad Program. The student can move forward to other stages only after clearing this stage.

Eligibility: Only Indian citizens born on or after January 1, 2002 and are students studying in Class X or lower as of November 30, 2016, can apply and appear for NSEJS 2015 − 2016. The student has to himself re-assure his eligibility. At any stage if the student is found to be not eligible for the exam, he/she may be disqualified from the program.

Syllabus: The syllabus for National Standard Examination in Junior Science (NSEJS) is almost similar as the curriculum of secondary level (Class IX and Class X) of CBSE. However, only basic guideline for the course is mentioned. No detailed syllabus is given for NSEJS. There were questions from physics, mathematics, biology and chemistry.

Question Paper: The medium of test was English only and it comprised of 80 objective type questions, each with only one of the four options correct with 3 marks each and -1 negative marking for incorrect answer.

Qualifying for the Second Stage: The basic objective of conducting this test is not focusing on merit but to involve as many students from the country to participate in the exam and try to show and expose their talent. Hence the selection to the stage II examinations i.e. Indian National Olympiad Examinations (INOs) is based on the following scheme:

  1. a) Eligibility Clause: To be eligible to get to the next level, i.e. the second stage, it is necessary that a student scores at-least a Minimum Admissible Score (MAS) which is 50% of the average of top 10 students across the nation.
  2. b) Proportional Representation Clause: The maximum number of students that can get to Stage II (INO) in each subject is around 300. These many students are not selected only on the merit basis but also on proportionate basis. This proportion is decided on the base of the number of candidates who appeared for NSE in the previous year from that center in each State or Union Territory (UT). In case there is a tie at the last position, then all the students competing for the last position will be eligible to move to stage II. However it’s necessary that the selected students fulfill the eligibility clause laid out above. The total number to be selected from centers in each State for each subject will be displayed on the IAPT and HBCSE websites.

Minimum Representation Clause: Notwithstanding the proportional representation clause the number of students selected for INO from each State and UT must be at least one, provided that the eligibility clause is satisfied.

Merit Clause: As stated above, approximately 300 students are to be selected for second stage. However, all the students scoring 80% of the average of top 10 students are considered selected even if the total selections surpassed 300.

There will be no other criterion or provision for selection to the Indian National Olympiad Examinations (INOs). All students who qualify to appear for the INJSO get a certificate of merit from IAPT.

Overall Marks Distribution

The paper pattern was same as last year. The paper had 80 questions each worth 3 marks. All questions were objective type with single correct option. If we talk about subject wise, then there were 20 questions from Physics and Biology, and 21 questions were from Mathematics and 19 questions were asked from Chemistry.

Subject Class 9 Class 10 Class 11
  No. of Ques. Total Marks No. of Ques. Total Marks No. of Ques. Total Marks
Biology 11 33 9 27    
Chemistry 6 18 12 36 1 3
Mathematics 9 27 12 36    
Physics 8 24 12 36    
Grand Total 34 102 45 135 1 3

Overall Difficulty Level Analysis

In this analysis we have rated every question on a scale of 1 to 3. The ratings are done by expert faculty of Resonance. The individual ratings are then averaged to calculate overall difficulty level.

  • 1: Easy
  • 2: Moderate
  • 3: Difficult
Subject Difficulty Level
Biology 2.21
Chemistry 2.00
Mathematics 1.95
Physics 2.30
Total 2.11

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Difficulty Level Analysis: No of Questions

Subject Easy Level Medium Level Difficult Level
  No. of Ques. Total Marks No. of Ques. Total Marks No. of Ques. Total Marks
Biology 4 12 8 24 8 24
Chemistry 6 18 7 21 6 18
Mathematics 9 27 4 12 8 24
Physics 14 42 6 18
Grand Total 19 57 33 99 28 84

Resonance Experts feel that all subjects were of similar difficulty level, while Physics was on tougher side compared with Chemistry & Physics. While around 84 Marks can be considered easy overall, 99 marks are moderately difficulty and 57 marks are considered difficult by Resonance Team.

Overall, it is felt by Resonance Faculty Team that paper was on tougher side compared to last year and the cut-off is expected to be lower than that of last year.

Question Wise Difficulty Breakup

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Subject Wise Analysis

Physics Analysis

Physics
Unit & Topic Name No. of Ques. Total Marks  (%) Weightage
Physics 20 60 100.00%
Electricity 5 15 25.00%
Electricity 5 15 25.00%
Fluid 3 9 15.00%
Fluid 3 9 15.00%
Gravitation 1 3 5.00%
Gravitation 1 3 5.00%
HEAT 1 3 5.00%
Heat 1 3 5.00%
Light 6 18 30.00%
Light 6 18 30.00%
Magnetic effect of current 1 3 5.00%
Magnetic effect of current 1 3 5.00%
Motion 1 3 5.00%
Motion 1 3 5.00%
NLM 2 6 10.00%
NLM 2 6 10.00%
Grand Total 20 60 100.00%

Chemistry Analysis

Chemistry
Unit & Topic Name No. of Ques. Total Marks  (%) Weightage
Chemistry 19 57 100.00%
Acids,Bases and Salts 2 6 10.53%
Acids bases theory 1 3 5.26%
Neutralisation 1 3 5.26%
Atoms and Molecules 2 6 10.53%
Density 1 3 5.26%
Valence electrons 1 3 5.26%
Carbon and its Compounds 3 9 15.79%
Chemical properties of carbon compounds 1 3 5.26%
Isomerisation 2 6 10.53%
Chemical Bonding 1 3 5.26%
Dipole Moment 1 3 5.26%
Evolution of gas 1 3 5.26%
Chemical reactions and equations 1 3 5.26%
Matter in our surroundings 1 3 5.26%
Interconversion of states of matter 1 3 5.26%
Metals and Non metals 4 12 21.05%
Chemical properties of metals 1 3 5.26%
Physical properties of metals and non metals 3 9 15.79%
Mole Concept 3 9 15.79%
Concentration of solution 1 3 5.26%
Stoichiometry 2 6 10.53%
Periodic table 2 6 10.53%
Periodicty 2 6 10.53%
Grand Total 19 57 100.00%

Biology Analysis

Biology
Unit & Topic Name No. of Ques. Total Marks  (%) Weightage
Biology 19 57 100.00%
Biomolecules 2 6 10.53%
Nucleic Acid 1 3 5.26%
Protein 1 3 5.26%
Cell division 4 12 21.05%
Endoplasmic reticulum 1 3 5.26%
Meiosis 1 3 5.26%
Osmosis 1 3 5.26%
Prokaryotic cell 1 3 5.26%
Diseases 2 6 10.53%
Antibiotics 1 3 5.26%
Immune system 1 3 5.26%
Diversity 1 3 5.26%
Mollusca 1 3 5.26%
Ecology 2 6 10.53%
Food web 1 3 5.26%
Nitrogen cycle 1 3 5.26%
Excretion 1 3 5.26%
Nephron 1 3 5.26%
Genetics 1 3 5.26%
probability analysis 1 3 5.26%
Respiration 2 6 10.53%
Gaseous exchange 1 3 5.26%
metabolism 1 3 5.26%
Tissue 2 6 10.53%
Neuron 1 3 5.3%
Permanent Tissue 1 3 5.3%
Transportation 2 6 10.5%
Heart 1 3 5.3%
Transpiration 1 3 5.3%
Grand Total 19 57 100.0%

Mathematics Analysis

Mathematics
Unit & Topic Name No. of Ques. Total Marks  (%) Weightage
Mathematics 21 63 100.00%
Reasoning 1 3 4.76%
clock 1 3 4.76%
Mensuration 3 9 14.29%
polygons 1 3 4.76%
Surface area and volume 2 6 9.52%
Number system 4 12 19.05%
Division algorithm 1 3 4.76%
Divisors 1 3 4.76%
number system 1 3 4.76%
perfect square and cubes 1 3 4.76%
Permutation and Combination 2 6 9.52%
fundamental principle of counting 2 6 9.52%
Probability 1 3 4.76%
Probability 1 3 4.76%
Progressions 3 9 14.29%
AM,GM and HM 2 6 9.52%
inequalities 1 3 4.76%
sequences 1 3 4.76%
Quadratic Equations 2 6 9.52%
Roots  and Discriminant 1 3 4.76%
Quadrilaterals 1 3 4.76%
rhombus 1 3 4.76%
Set theory 1 3 4.76%
power set 1 3 4.76%
Triangles 1 3 4.76%
triangles 1 3 4.76%
Trigonometry 1 3 4.76%
Height and Distances 1 3 4.76%
Grand Total 21 63 100.00%

Expected Cutoff

Overall, it is felt by Resonance Faculty Team that paper was on tougher side compared to last year and the cut-off is expected to be lower than that of last year. The Cutoff for Rajasthan is estimated to be 125 to 132.

 

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