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Jain University Scholarship Test (JUST) 2017 will be conducted online tentatively from the second week of April 2017 till the third week of April 2017. JUST 2017 will also be conducted offline, tentatively in the second week of April 2017. The Application Form of JUST 2017 will be available online and offline, tentatively from the third week of November 2016 till the second week of April 2017. The university level entrance exam will be conducted for admissions to undergraduate engineering programmes in Jain University, Bangalore.
Jain University was established in 1990 as Sri Bhagawan Mahaveer Jain College in Bangalore, India. The university offers 185 programmes at 10,000 seats in undergraduate, postgraduate and research level courses. Read through to know all the related details about JUST 2017 like eligibility criteria, application procedure, important dates, exam pattern, etc.
Jain University Scholarship Test
Commonly known as
Jain University, Bangalore
Application form availability
First week of November 2017
JUST Eligibility Criteria 2017 give aspirants details about the conditions set by Jain University, based on which candidates will be considered eligible to apply for JUST 2017. In case, a candidate does not fulfil the below mentioned eligibility criteria of JUST 2017, then he/she will not be considered for appearing in the test.
Candidates should have passed class XII or equivalent entrance exam.
The candidates belonging to general category must secure minimum aggregate marks of 45% and minimum aggregate marks of 40% for candidates belonging to SC/ST category.
They should have passed class XII with subjects - Physics, Mathematics, English, Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology/technical vocational.
JUST Application Form 2017 will be available online and offline tentatively from the third week of November 2016 till the second week of April 2017.
JUST 2017 Application Fee – Rs. 500
Online Application Form of JUST 2017
Step 1 – Registration
Aspiring candidates will have to apply for JUST 2017 by registering themselves online.
The registration process of JUST 2017 requires the candidates to fill certain details like name of the candidates, valid email id and mobile number, password generated by the applicants and verification code confirmed by them.
Step 2 – Confirmation of Password
Aspirants will have to generate a password which will be further required to login application window of JUST 2017.
Apart from a valid password, the candidates will also be required to login the application window through a registered email-id.
Once the login id and password will be confirmed on the application window, the candidates can view the application form of JUST 2017.
Step 3 – Filling online JUST 2017 Application Form
Examinees will have to fill application form of JUST 2017 with relevant details like personal information, educational background and contact details.
After filling JUST 2017 application form, they must carefully cross-check the details provided by them online.
Step 4 – Uploading Photograph and Mark-sheet
After filling details on JUST 2017 application form, candidates must upload their passport size photograph and mark-sheets of class X.
The candidates should avoid uploading selfie photographs.
Both, photograph and mark-sheet must be uploaded in jpeg/jpg format.
Step 5 – Payment of JUST 2017 Application Fee
After uploading photographs and mark-sheets, aspiring candidates will have to pay application fee of JUST 2017 online through Net Banking/Debit Card/Credit Card.
They should not send hard copy of JUST 2017 application form after the fee payment process gets over.
Candidates can pay JUST 2017 Application fee through Demand Draft also.
For offline payment of application fee of JUST 2017, the candidates must send hard copy of application form of JUST 2017 along with the demand draft of Rs. 500 (name of the candidate and his/her application number of JUST 2017 to be mentioned on the back side of the demand draft). The demand draft should be drawn in favour of “Jain University” payable at Bangalore and is required to be sent at the below mentioned address through post.
Jain University - Admissions Office
JGI Knowledge Campus
#44/4, District Fund Road, Behind Big Bazaar
Jayanagar 9th Block, Bangalore- 560 069
Total number of Questions
JUST 2017 question paper includes 4 sections – Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English.
The total number of questions in JUST 2017 is 180.
The sectional weightage of JUST 2017 includes 50 questions each from Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and 30 questions from English.
One mark is awarded for every correct answer, while there will be no negative marking for incorrect responses.
JUST 2017 will be conducted in two to three sessions per day.
The duration of JUST 2017 will be three hours for each session.
Candidates can select their choice of JUST 2017 exam centre along with exam date as per their convenience.
JUST Important Dates 2017 enlist the dates of different events conducted by Jain University. The important dates of JUST 2017 include date of availability of application form, last date of application form, admit card availability, exam date and result date. Read below to check the important dates of JUST 2017.
JUST 2017 Important Dates
Start of Application Form availability
Third week of November 2016
Last date for issue/receipt of application forms
Second week of April 2017
Admit Card Download
Can download after slot booking
Second week of April 2017 – Third week of April 2017
Fourth week of April 2017
Stay tuned to engineering.careers360 for more news and updates on JUST 2017.
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