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JEE MAINS Registration 2023-24
- JEE (Advanced) Exam in 2024 May 26, 2024, a Sunday
First Paper: 09:00–12:00 IST
Second Paper: 13:30–17:30 IST
Joint Entrance Examination (Main)
The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main is a crucial gateway for aspiring engineers seeking admission to prestigious undergraduate engineering programs in India. The admission process is competitive, and candidates must thoroughly prepare to secure a place in their preferred institutions. Here’s a comprehensive overview of the JEE Main admission process:
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Joint Entrance Examination (Main) Admission Process
|Candidates must have passed class 12 or equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics (PCM) as compulsory subjects. General category candidates must have a minimum of 75% aggregate in PCM, while SC/ST/OBC candidates must have a minimum of 65% aggregate in PCM. Candidates must be at least 17 years of age at the time of admission to the first year of the engineering program. They must have appeared for the JEE Main exam and secured a valid rank.
|Candidates can register online through the official JEE Main website. They need to create an account, fill out the application form, upload scanned copies of required documents, and pay the application fee.
|A merit list is prepared based on the normalized scores of candidates across different sessions of the JEE Main exam. Eligible candidates are invited for counseling, where they can select their preferred institutions and programs based on their merit rank and availability. Seats are allotted to candidates through a centralized online seat allocation process.
|Candidates are provisionally admitted to the selected institutions subject to verification of original documents and fulfillment of eligibility criteria.
|Application Opening Date
|Application Closing Date
|JEE Main Exam Dates
|Tips for Success
|Start Early and Plan Strategically
|Begin your preparation early and create a structured study plan that aligns with the syllabus and exam pattern.
|Thorough Understanding of Concepts
|Focus on understanding the fundamental concepts and principles of Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.
|Regular Practice and Revision
|Regularly practice solving previous years’ question papers and mock tests to gain familiarity with the exam format and question types. Revise key concepts and formulas periodically to ensure you retain the information effectively.
|Seek Clarification and Support
|Don’t hesitate to seek clarification from teachers, mentors, or online resources if you encounter any doubts or difficulties.
|Maintain Physical and Mental Well-being
|Prioritize your health by getting adequate sleep, maintaining a balanced diet, and engaging in regular exercise. A healthy mind and body will enhance your focus, concentration, and overall performance.
|Stay Positive and Motivated
|Cultivate a positive mindset and stay motivated throughout your preparation journey. Believe in your abilities and approach the exam with confidence.