JMI B.Tech Reservation Criteria 2020
JMI B.Tech Reservation Criteria 2020 - Jamia Millia Islamia University will release the JMI B.Tech 2020 reservation criteria through the official website. Candidates seeking admission in JMI B.Tech 2020 can check the reservation criterion for admission in undergraduate engineering programmes under several reserved categories. JMI B.Tech reservation criteria 2020 will specify the percentage of seats reserved for different categories. The different reserved categories will include Muslims, Persons with Disabilities, Kashmiri migrants etc. Students must pay special attention to the JMI B.Tech Reservation Criteria 2020 as it will decide the number of seats reserved for different categories. JMI B.Tech admission 2020 will be done on the basis of JEE Main scores. Candidates can know more about the JMI B.Tech reservation criteria 2020 for all courses through this article.
Latest: JMI B.Tech 2020 application form is now available till September 14, 2020.
JMI B.Tech Reservation Criteria 2020 - Overview
Candidates while filling the application form must apply under one reserved category only.
JMI B.Tech admission 2020 under reserved categories will only be given subject to eligibility conditions set up by the admission authorities.
The relaxation in minimum prescribed percentage of marks in the qualifying examination for admission to a particular programme will be permissible only under one relaxation criteria
Candidates who have applied for admission under reserved category but get admission under general category will be considered under general category as well. Students must note that the candidate in this case will be given admission under one category only.
JMI B.Tech Reservation Criteria 2020 for Muslim Students
In each course 30% seats will be reserved for Muslim candidates.
Apart from the 30% seats, 10% seats in each course will be reserved for women muslim candidates.
Also, students belonging to “Muslim Other Backward Classes”(OBCs) and Muslim Scheduled Tribes” will be given 10% reservation in each course.
JMI B.Tech Reservation Criteria 2020 for Person with Disabilities
Candidates belonging to Person with Disabilities will have 5% seats reserved in each course under the JMI B.Tech reservation criteria 2020. Person with disabilities category will include the following:
Blindness/ low vision
Locomotor disability or cerebral palsy
Autism/ Intellectual/ specific learning/ mental illness
JMI B.Tech 2020 Reservation Criteria for Internal Jamia Students
Under the JMI reservation criteria 2020, candidates already studying in Jamia will be given 5% reservation in Undergraduate Degree/ Diploma/ Certificate Programmes. Students must note that students who have appeared for different exams of Jamia Millia Islamia University will not be eligible to claim reservation under this category.
JMI B.Tech Reservation Criteria 2020 under Special Provisions
The JMI 2020 reservation criteria specifies that will be considered for admission in upto 5% of the total seats and 2 seats in courses offered by the Faculty of Engineering and Technology. Kashmiri Migrants will have to go through the complete admission process.-->
Also, Kashmiri migrants will have to produce a certificate issued from the from the registered Divisional Commissioner of the concerned State/ UnionTerritory to support their claim of being Kashmiri migrant.
Jammu and Kashmir candidates
Candidates belonging to the state of Jammu and Kashmir will be considered for admissions in over and above not exceeding 2 seats in courses offered by the Faculty of Engineering and Technology. Candidates seeking admissions under this category must produce a certificate in support of their claim of being from Jammu & Kashmir.
Under the JMI B.Tech reservation criteria 2020, 10% seats will be reserved for candidates of foreign origin. Candidates seeking admission for seats reserved for foreign students will have to apply under general category.
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,Cengage series ,Arihant series,irodov.
Chemistry-Physical- RC mukeerji,Organic- Cengage, Himanshu pandey, inorganic-Jd lee, ncert
Maths- Sameer Bansal for Calculus ,Arihant series,Cengage
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You don't have to worry about this issue. This often happens to many students due to exam stress. In case, if you cleared your exam and got your scores. You are further going to apply for counselling and during this time you can correct your mistake by showing them your real name through your academic certifications.
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best study material for jee mains ?
By study material I understand that you want to know the best books for JEE mains preparation, so here I will suggest you some of the best books for JEE mains preparation of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
Best books for Physics:
1. Practice book physics for JEE main and advanced by DC Pandey
2. Concepts of physics part 1 by HC Verma
3. Concepts of physics part 2 by HC Verma
4. Problems in general Physics by IE Irodov
5. Physics for JEE (main and advanced) volume 1 and 2 by Resnick, Halliday, Walker
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2. Concepts of Organic Chemistry by op Tandon
3. Modern approach to chemical calculations by RC Mukherjee
4. GRB numerical Chemistry by p Bahadur
5. Concise Inorganic Chemistry by JD lee
Best books for mathematics:
1. IIT Mathematics by ML Khanna
2. Degree level differential calculus by A Das Gupta
3. Mathematics for class 11 and 12 by RD Sharma
4. Objective mathematics for JEE by RD Sharma
5. Problems in calculus of one variable by IA Maron
6. Higher algebra by hall and knight
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