JEECE 2018 – The counselling of JEECE has commenced from July 7 onwards. Based on the marks obtained by candidates in JEECE, a merit list was drawn and offline counselling took place. The exam conducting authorities had cancelled the result of JEECE 2018 declared on June 25 due to some technical glitches. The revised JEECE 2018 result is declared on June 26 in online mode. Also, revised answer key of JEECE 2018 is also released by the authorities. The answer key of JEECE 2018 was released by JEECE board on June 5. Candidates were able to download the JEECE 2018 answer key to cross-check their responses and calculate their expected scores. In case of objection, candidates could challenge the JEECE answer key 2018 by June 9. Candidates seeking admission to B.Tech courses at various engineering institutions in Jharkhand have to qualify Jharkhand Engineering Entrance Competitive Examination (JEECE) 2018 which was conducted in offline mode by JCECE Board on May 26, 2018. The admit card of JEECE 2018 was available on May 15 in all online mode for all the registered candidates. To download the JEECE 2018 admit card, candidates need to submit their log-in id and password. The application form of JEECE 2018 was available and has to be filled in online mode. Post conclusion of the JEECE exam, the counselling will be held for all qualified candidates. Read the full article to know more information about JEECE 2018.
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JEECE 2018 – Quick Facts
Jharkhand Engineering Entrance Competitive Examination
Mode of Application
Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (JCECEB)
Mode of Exam
JCECE (for B.Tech admission) now goes by the name of JEECE
Till 2016, admission to UG engineering programmes was through the Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination (JCECE), a common entrance test that also included other disciplines like agriculture. However, in 2017, JCECEB conducted a separate admission test (JEECE) for B.Tech/ BE admission. From year 2018, the entrance exam will be conducted in online mode.
What's New in JEECE 2018
The number of exam centres of JEECE 2018 has been reduced to three.
The counselling will be conducted in online mode.
The examination of JEECE 2018 will be held in one session.
Before candidates can sit in JEECE 2018, there are a lot of events that the candidate must participate in, like filling of application form and download of admit card. Then after the exam ends, there is a slew of other events like the declaration of result, counselling, and finally admission. The JEECE 2018 important dates cover this entire gamut of activities and their corresponding dates.
JEECE 2018 Important Dates
JEECE 2018 Application Form availability
April 16, 2018
Last date to apply for JEECE 2018
May 10, 2018 (Closed)
JEECE application form 2018 (B.Tech Dairy Technology)
Mid-April to early-May 2018*
JEECE 2018 (B.Tech Dairy Technology)
Third week of May 2018*
Issue of JEECE 2018 Admit Card
May 15, 2018
May 26, 2018 (10 AM to 1 PM)
JEECE Preliminary Answer Key
June 5, 2018
Window to file objections to Answer Key
June 9, 2018
Declaration of JEECE 2018 Result
June 26, 2018
Download of Scanned OMR Sheets
June 19 to 25, 2018*
Round 1 - JEECE 2018 Counselling
July 7, 2018
Round 2 - JEECE 2018 Counselling
Third-Fourth week of July 2018*
JEECE Counselling & Seat Allotment 2018
Counselling of JEECE 2018 is being conducted in two rounds, with Round I started from July 7. The counselling will be held in offline mode. Candidates will be selected for JEECE 2018 counselling based on their merit rank. Consequently, highly placed candidates will have more options to pick from. Any vacant seats left after Round I of JEECE 2018 counselling will be filled in Round II of counselling. Candidates who have been allotted seats in Round I of counselling can also participate in Round II of counselling if they wish to do so. On the day of counselling, candidates will have to bring along originals of all necessary documents; any discrepancy in the information provided and those displayed on originals may lead to disqualification. Allotment of seat for JEECE 2018 will be made only after successful document verification.
The result of JEECE 2018 declared on June 25 has been cancelled by the authorities. The revised JEECE 2018 result is announced on June 26 in online mode. To download the JEECE 2018 result, candidates have to log in to the result portal using their JEECE roll number. Along with the result of JEECE 2018, the OMR sheets containing the responses will also be made available for download. Based on the JEECE result 2018, candidates will be shortlisted for counselling and seat allotment.
How to download JEECE 2018 result:
Click on the result link
Log-in to the result portal by entering your JEECE roll number.
The result will be displayed on screen.
JEECE Merit List 2018
JCECEB has published a combined merit list and category-wise merit list for candidates who have appeared in the JEECE 2018 examination. The merit list of JEECE 2018 is prepared in the order of merit and is used for JEECE 2018 seat allotment. In such cases where two or more candidates score equal number in JEECE 2018, the inter-se merit of candidates is determined based on the following rules:
Inter-se merit of candidates for tie-breaking
Candidates with higher marks in Mathematics will be placed higher
Candidates who has higher marks in Physics will rank higher
If the tie persists, the older candidate will be given preference
In the extraordinary scenario of a tie at the stage, the deadlock will be broken as per alphabetical order of first name.
The revised answer key of JEECE 2018 is released by the authorities on June 26. The answer key of JEECE 2018 was released by Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (JCECEB) on June 5. The purpose of the JEECE 2018 answer key is to help candidates verify their answers against the official answers to the questions asked in the question paper. This way candidates know how many correct attempts they made and also where they faltered. By following the marking scheme of JEECE 2018, the candidate will be then able to calculate a probable score. Considering the JCECEB also is prone to mistakes, there is also the provision to challenge answers given in the JEECE 2018 answer key. A window will be given to candidates during which they can send in their complaints.
The admit card of JEECE 2018 was available from May 15 in online mode. Candidates can download the JEECE 2018 admit card by logging in using their log-in and password. The JEECE 2018 admit card carry details like the name of the candidate, roll number, category, date of birth and subject group, and details about the exam centre. Before downloading the admit card, the candidate must ensure that the information displayed on it is correct. In case of any discrepancy, like a wrongly spelt spelled the candidate needs to bring the discrepancy to the notice of the admission authorities. The candidate must safely preserve the JEECE 2018 until the admission process of JEECE 2018 is over. The admit card will not be made available in any other mode.
How to download JEECE admit card 2018:
Click on the admit card download link
Log-in to the portal using log-in id and password
The admit card of JEECE 2018 will be displayed on the screen. It will contain details like name of candidate, roll number, centre name and address.
After checking all details mentioned in it are correct and legible, the candidate must download it and get a printout.
Candidates seeking admission to B.Tech courses at undergraduate courses in various participating institutes in Jharkhand must meet the JEECE 2018 eligibility criteria listed below.
Age Limit – There is no age limit as candidates of any age can apply.
Educational Qualification - The candidate has to meet the following criteria as mandated by AICTE, Delhi, to be eligible for admission: -
Must have passed I.S.C / 10+2 or any equivalent examination with Physics and Mathematics as a compulsory subject and any one of Chemistry/Biotechnology / Biology / Technical Vocational subject.
Must have obtained minimum 45% aggregate marks (40% in case of reserved category candidates) in the above subjects taken together.
Residential Criteria - The candidate should be a citizen of India and Local/Permanent resident of Jharkhand.
The application form of JEECE 2018 was available till May 10 and can be filled in online mode only. Before candidates can access the JEECE 2018 application form, they need to get registered on the application portal. The candidate was required to enter a valid email ID, mobile number and other details to complete the registration process. Upon successful registration, the candidate can proceed to fill the JEECE 2018 application form. Some of the details candidates have to enter during the application process include personal details – including address of correspondence, education details, and city preference. The candidate was also required to upload scanned images of photograph, signature and left hand thumb impression. The uploaded images must be in JPEG format only. The candidate has to finally pay the JEECE 2018 application fee and submit the form to complete the application process.
Candidates were urged to submit only one application form for JEECE 2018, as otherwise the application will be rejected. Also, since the application process was online, candidates weren't required to send hard copy of the JEECE 2018 application form. After successful submission of the JEECE 2018 application form, candidates must take printouts of the confirmation page for future reference.
JEECE 2018 Application Fees
JEECE Exam Centres 2018
JEECE 2018 will be conducted at three centres, with the candidate having the flexibility to pick a two convenient centres. Candidates can pick their options at the time of filling the application form of JEECE 2018. The name of the three JEECE 2018 exam centres are given below:
How to Prepare for JEECE 2018
With proper planning and dedicated effort, even the most difficult of exams can be cracked. The first step of JEECE 2018 preparation starts with getting acquainted with the exam, like the subjects included in the question paper, marking scheme and exam duration, and syllabus. Once the candidate knows what to expect in the exam, it will give direction and impetus to JEECE 2018 preparation.
The exam pattern of JEECE 2018 will help candidates make effective preparation strategies and also set their body clock in tune with the test. The question paper of JEECE 2018 will be set in both English and Hindi language. The entrance exam will be conducted in one session and will be 3 hours long. JEECE 2018 will be conducted in offline mode for the registered eligible candidates.
Exam Pattern of JEECE 2018
Total duration of Test
No. of Questions
Type of Questions Asked
Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics(PCM)
Physics - 50
Chemistry - 50 Mathematics - 50
Objective Type Multiple Choice Questions
Each question carries 1 mark.
For each incorrect attempt, 1/4 mark will be deducted.
JEECE Participating Institutes 2018
The participating institutes of JEECE 2018 are the institutes that will offer B.Tech seats to candidates who qualify JEECE 2018. The list of participating institutes of JEECE 2018 is given in the table below.
Participating Institutes of JEECE 2018
JEECE 2018 Participating Institutes
Address for Correspondence:
Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board
Science & Technology Campus, SirkhaToli,
Namkum-Tupudana Road Namkum,
Ranchi (Jharkhand) – 834010