The ongoing registration process for the third Joint Entrance Examination – Main 2015 will end on December 18, 2014 and candidates are advised to enroll themselves for the exam to be conducted at national level for admission to undergraduate engineering programmes IITs, NITs, and other centrally funded technical institutions.
Visit the official JEE Mains Exam Website: www.jeemain.nic.in
The online application process was opened fron November 7, 2014 and the last date is December 18, barring few regions. To register, candidates can visit the CBSE website for details on instructions and details related to eligibility, examination fee, cities of examination, state code, age relaxation, mode of payment, etc.
However, there were many complaints from candidates, especially on the option of choosing Bangalore, which is or . Those
The JEE main -2015 exam will have two papers, one for general engineering courses and the second one for architecture or planning courses. However, in centres like Bangalore, the option to choose both courses is not available and candidates who have chosen BE in Bangalore are not allowed to register for B.Arch as Bangalore.
While, there is no explanation from the CBSE so far on this anomaly, candidates are advised to carefully study all the options and make a choice before applying online. Another complaint about the online application is that the form is rigid and for the column on school details, the option is vague and unless candidates select, the form cannot be submitted.
However, the main entrance exam is for BE/B.Tech for a duration of 3 hours and the exam will be objective in nature with equal weightage to physics, chemistry and mathematics. For architecture, the emphasis will be objective in nature with questions to test drawing aptitude.
The examination fee can be paid online through debit card/credit card or through E-challan generated on successful completion of the application. Since 2012, the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is being conducted into two parts, JEE-Main and JEE-Advanced.
Candidates who clear IIT-JEE main will be eligible to appear for IIT-JEE advance which provides admission to IITs. A candidate can appear maximum three times for JEE exam.
Last year 13 lakh students appeared for the exam and it may go up this year as Odisha, Meghalaya and other states joined the process. It may touch around 15 lakh candidates this year.
This year The candidates can appear for a maximum of three times for this engineering entrance exam. Around 13 lakh students appeared for JEE Main examination in 2014. The examination is jointly held by IIT Guwahati, IIT Roorkee, IIT Kanpur, IIT Kharagpur, IIT Madras, IIT Delhi and IIT Bombay.