Joint Entrance Exams (JEE) is another important examination to get admission in reputed engineering colleges all over India. NTA (National Testing Agency) conducts this exam once a year. Students who want to appear for this examination have to fill up the admission form in the mid of March every year. This exam is a computer-based test conducted in 3 popular languages.
JEE is conducted in two parts i.e. JEE mains and JEE advanced. Students who qualify for the JEE mains will get eligible to appear for JEE advanced examination. JEE mains consist of 75 questions of 4 marks each. Students will get a fixed time of 3 hours to complete the JEE mains examination. The level of JEE advanced is slightly advanced than that of the Mains as the level of question gets tougher. In JEE advance students will get 100 questions of 4 marks each which they have to answer in 3 hours. Candidates will get 4 marks for every correct answer and there will be a deduction of 1 mark for an incorrect answer.
B.Tech: Candidate has to answer 100 multiple choice types questions of 4 marks each. The entire examination will be computer-based only.
B.Arch: Students appearing for B.Arch. have 3 sections in their examination. There will be an Aptitude Test of MCQs in the second section and a drawing test of Offline mode in the third section. In the first section students have to answer 25 questions from mathematics only. The second section of the aptitude test is of 50 questions with 4 marks each. In the third section of the drawing test, students will get 2 questions of 50 marks each.
B.Plan: Similarly to B.Arch., students will get to see 3 sections in the B. Planning examination. There will be an aptitude test in the second section and a planning-based test in the third section of the examination. There will be 25 questions of mathematics in the first section. Whereas in the second section students have to answer 50 questions of aptitude that will be of 4 marks each. The final section is of 25 planning bases objectives questions of 4 marks each.
The students have to appear for the JEE advanced examination after qualifying for the JEE mains. Candidates will get notification on their registered number regarding the update of the advanced. Students who have cleared intermediate or equivalent courses are eligible to apply for the JEE examination. There is no maximum age limit to apply for the JEE mains examination. Students who are preparing for JEE main examination are requested to keep visiting our website to get the latest updates about the exam.
The most competitive entrance exam for getting admissions in reputed engineering colleges is JEE (Joint Entrance Exam). It is managed at the national level for admission to B.Tech,B.E or B.Arch Courses and JEE mains 2021 will be organized by National Testing Agency (NTA) as before it was conducted by CBSE. Furthermore, this exam will be held from January 6, 2021, to January 11, 2021. By going through this page, you will get information regarding the JEE important dates, syllabus, exam pattern, and result date.
This exam is conducted twice in the year. JEE Mains and JEE Advanced are the two stages in which this exam is conducted. If the participants qualify for this exam then they will get admission into different government (NTT’s, IIIT’s CFTI’s), central government and best private engineering colleges. They also get eligible for JEE (Advanced) which will help then to get admission to the renowned IITs and IISER.
|Exam||Joint Entrance Examination Main|
|Governing Authority||National Testing Agency (NTA)|
|Website||www.nta.ac.in, /https://nta.nic.in/Webinfo/home, https://jeemain.nta.nic.in/webinfo/public/home.aspx|
|Mode OF Exam||Computer-Based Test|
|Choice of Medium of Question Papers||English, Hindi, and Gujarati|
|Exam Duration||Three Hours|
|Number of Attempts||Three|
|Total Marks for Paper I||300|
|Number of Question in Paper I||75|
|Total Marks for Paper II||400|
|Number of questions in Paper-II||B.Arch. -77, B.Plan – 100|
|Marking Scheme||Per question Four marks|
|Negative Marking||For every incorrect answer there will be one mark dedcution|
|Event||January Dates||April Dates|
|Brochure Announcement Date||September 3, 2020||January 2021|
|Application Form Release||September 3, 2020||February 7, 2021|
|Application Form Submission Last Date||October 10, 2020||March 25 to 4 April, 2021|
|Application Fee Last Date||October 11, 2020||First Week Of April 2021|
|Application Form Correction Starts||October 14-20, 2020||Second Week Of April 2021|
|Application Form Reopens For Jammu and Kashmir Participants||November 4, 2020to November 8, 2020||–|
|Release Date Of Admit Card||December 6, 2020||NA|
|Examination Date Of JEE Main||January 6 To January 11, 2021||NA|
|Answer Key Availability||Third Week Of January 2021||NA|
|Result Declaration Date||January 19, 2021 (Paper I)
January 31, 2021 (Paper II)
In order to appear for the JEE Mains, the applicant should meet the eligibility criteria
Age Limit: There is no age limit for appearing in the JEE Mains 2021.
Please note that the students who have qualified 10+2 examination or equivalent in 2018,2019, 2020 or appearing in 2021 regardless of their age can appear in the JEE Main exam.
Mode of examination, type of questions in each paper and subject combination for each paper has given below in the table. Please go through it for detailed information
|Paper||Subjects||Question Type||Examination Mode|
|B.Tech||Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics||Objective type – multiple choice questions and questions for which answer is a numerical value, with similar weightage to Chemistry, physics, and Mathematics||Computer Based Test (CBT)|
|B.Arch.||Mathematics – Part I||Objective type – multiple choice questions and questions for which answer is a numerical value||Computer Based test mode only|
|Aptitude Test – Part II
|Type objective – Multiple Choice questions|
Drawing Test – Part III
|Questions to test drawing aptitude||Pen and paper Based (offline) mode to be attempted on drawing sheet|
Mathematics – Part I
|Objective type – multiple choice questions and questions for which answer is a numerical value||Computer based test only|
Aptitude Test – Part II
|Type Objective – Multiple Choice questions|
|Planning Based Questions – Part III
|Objective Type – Multiple Choice questions|
|Subject||Number Of Questions||Marks|
Paper II (B.Arch)Mark Distribution
|B.Arch Subject Paper II||Number of Questions||Marks|
Paper II (B.Planning) Mark Distribution
|B.Planning Subject||Number Of Questions||Maximum Marks|
|Planning Based objective||25||100|
For comprehensive information on the syllabus please visit the website – https://jeemain.nta.nic.in/webinfo/public/home.aspx
The result will be declared on January 31st, 2021 and for the April session on April 30, 2021. The applicant can check their result online on the office website of NTA. The applicant will be not entertained by sending a hard or soft copy of the scorecard. After considering the marks of both the session the final result will be announced.
NOTE: The information provided over is the finest of our facts. For any comprehensive information do visit our website frequently and furthermore for any explanation and information on JEE Mains 2021 do visit the official website of NTA.