For students who have been dreaming for being the most prestigious education institutions of the country JEE is something which needs to be cracked before they can get education at the premium colleges. Joint Entrance Exam as per the latest changes has been made compulsory in India so that students can pursue their higher education at the highest level. This exam has recently replaced the need of attending two levels of exams which were popular earlier – IIT and AIEEE which made a number of complications.
Benefits of changes made to exam level
Initially all the students were required to fill up different forms depending on the skills they had and the dream which they always trying to fulfill right from the beginning of childhood. Increasing pressure of the society and even the parents worked in different directions because of which students felt the heat. For those students who were willing to learn but were average in studies opted for AIEEE clearing which gave them a road to admission in NITs, premium institutions right below the belt of IIT. However, students who were bright often prepared hard to get into IITs which are counted at the world level as far as the level of education and job security were concerned. There is no denying the fact that combination of these two different patterns into a single one called JEE was a pleasure to hear. Now, the students can prepare for a single exam and depending on the rank they get in the advanced exam, can enter into the doors of top institutes. These institutes are centrally funded and recruit qualified, top level and research oriented teachers who have got the expertise of handling such brilliant minds.
Important points to know before you take JEE
There are strict guidelines regarding the eligibility criteria for the students who want to appear in 2016 JEE mains exam. You should know and must comply with the standards set by CBSE so that you are eligible to apply.
- Age – One of the foremost eligibility criteria is the age limit wherein the students should not be born before 1st October 1991. Of course, there is relaxation of 5 years in the age for the students who belong to the PwD, SC and ST categories.
- Attempts limit – The number of attempts for JEE has been limited to 3. So, if you have already taken this exam 3 times in the past, you are not eligible to take this exam.
- Qualifying Exam – The students should have appeared for the Qualifying Examination in at least 5 mentioned subjects in the past 2 years. If not, they are required to take this exam in the previous years of 2014 or 2015.
Question paper sets available online after exam
Students will be happy to know that CBSE will upload all sets of JEE examination to the respective websites after the exam has been conducted at the national level. This will definitely help the students to see, review and challenge the status of answers, if they feel is incorrect or have some confusion. This is something which has made it impartial and the board is trying to involve all students to feel free in this case.
In case if you are ought to appear for this exam in offline mode, the question papers will be sent to your registered email address so that you can review the same along with the correct answers. This facility allows the students to get a guess whether they are going to crack this or if not, they can try for other available options.
Final admission procedure
Nearly 15 lakhs students appear for the JEE Mains entrance test which makes it a very complicated task for the seat allotment authorities. CBSE which control the regulations and introduced different committees for the purpose of seat allotments have now announced the Joint Seat Allocation Authority which will look after the enrollments and student’s preferences for the admission into premium institutions of the country like IITs, NITs, ISM and other institutions that are funded by the central government. SO, once you clear the JEE Mains or JEE advance leve3l exam, you will have to fill up your choices and preferences as per the colleges and branches you will like to pursue your higher education in the given time frame.