AICTE to conduct single Engineering Entrance Test from 2018 on the lines of NEET!
The MHRD has cleared a proposal by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) to conduct a single entrance test for all engineering and architecture courses in the country. This will be similar to the framework adapted for NEET which is the single entrance test for medical and dental admissions across the country. The proposal which was in the pipeline for some time has finally been cleared with the government deciding to conduct a single entrance examination from 2018 that will replace the multiple tests conducted by various central agencies, state governments and private universities for the engineering admissions. However, the JEE Advanced will still remain the entrance test to the IITs. Check the details below.
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The salient features of the order can be summarised as follows:
There will be a single engineering entrance that will replace all the other entrance tests including private, central or state held tests. This may be JEE Main or the earlier proposed National Aptitude Test
The JEE Advanced will remain as the entrance test for the undergraduate engineering courses at the IITs and IISc Bangalore. Candidates will have to clear the national test and then the JEE Advanced to get into the IITs.
The single exam will be conducted multiple times each year to facilitate the students with chances of a better attempt.
The MHRD in its order to the AICTE has asked it to ensure that the testing is standardised on account of the lingual diversity that exists in the country.
This news is expected to be welcomed by parents and students who have struggled with preparation for multiple entrance exams to ensure a good seat in the engineering course of their choice. The exam is expected to be implemented on the lines of the NEET exam. The medical and dental admissions in the country are now mandatory through NEET. Advantages cited for the single entrance test are more transparency in the admission process, reduction of the severe burden on the students, monitoring of the heavy capitation fees charged from the students.
At the moment, apart from the JEE Main and Advanced, students appear for many entrance tests conducted by the state where they belong to as well as the many entrance tests conducted by the private universities and institutes. After the implementation of the common test, it is expected that the admissions will be conducted by the various states and private universities on the basis of the scores obtained by the students in the single national exam. This is the system currently followed for the dental and medical admissions in the country through NEET.
The clear and detailed picture is yet to emerge from the MHRD or the AICTE but it is a step in the right direction for the benefit of all the budding engineers and architects of the country.
Keep tuned to engineering.careers360.com for the latest updates on this.
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Questions related to JEE Main
I DIDNT GAVE JEE ADVANCED IN 2021 BUT QUALIFIED FOR IT THROUGH MAINS SO CAN I DIRECTLY GIVE JEE ADVANCED 2022 WITHOUT JEE MAINS 2022
As you mentioned You qualified for jee advance by clearing jee mains but didn't appear advance exam. So, you can take admission in college on the basis of your mains rank in NITS not in IITS this year.
For next year, you need to again crack jee mains for appearing in jee Advance.
Qualify mains 2022 for appearing in advance 2022.
Hope it helps!
75% ipe marks criteria is removed from jee mains 2022?
See there is no percentage criteria to appear for JEE-Main but yes if you are seeking admission through JOSAA or CSAB counselling then you need at least 75% marks in your IPE or 10+2 or you should be in the top 20 percentile of your board's result. However, the criteria was lifted off for Academic year 2021-22 but for 2022-23 Academic year, there is no any notification stating whether the criteria would be restored or not. Most probably the criteria would not be restored as most of the schools have opened recently and in some states the schools are again getting closed due to multiple reasons so we have to wait for any official notification for JEE-Main 2022, till then it is not possible to assure you anything.
Also there are some criterion which you need to satisfy in order to appear for JEE-Main so let us discuss them.
1--- There is no age limit to appear in JEE-Main but note that there might be the age limit in any particular institution taking admission through JEE-Main score, so you should keep this thing in mind.
2--- To be eligible for JEE-Main one should have passed 10+2 examination with Physics, Mathematics as mandatory subjects along with one of the Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology/ Technical Vocational subject from any of the recognized central or state board.
3--- For JEE-Main 2022 only those candidates who have passed Class 12 / equivalent examination in 2020, 2021 or 2022; or those who will be appearing in Class 12th / equivalent examination in 2022, would be eligible to appear.
So if you follow all above criterion then you are definitely eligible for JEE-Main.
For more details kindly check out the link given below :-
As you are preparing for JEE-Main 2022 so I am enlisting down some best books for your preparation which you can use for your preparation :-
Concepts of Physics-H. C. Verma
Fundamentals of Physics-Halliday, Resnick and Walker
Problems in General Physics-I. E. Irodov
University Physics-Freedman and Young
Understanding JEE physics series-DC Pandey
Problem In Physics-SS Krotov
Higher Algebra-Hall and Knight
Coordinate Geometry-S.L. Loney
Differential and Integral Calculus-N. Piskunov
Calculus and Analytic Geometry-Thomas and Finney
IIT Mathematics for JEE Main & Advanced-M.L. Khanna
Course in Mathematics for IIT-JEE-Tata McGraw Hill publication
Problems Plus in IIT Mathematics-A Das Gupta
Trigonometry-S L Loney
Modern Approach to Chemical Calculations-RC Mukherjee
Organic Chemistry-Solomons and Fryhle
Concise Inorganic-J. D. Lee
Organic Chemistry-Morrison and Boyd
University Chemistry-Freedman and Young
Physical Chemistry-N Awasthi
Arihant's Practice Book Chemistry for JEE Main And Advanced-R.K Gupta
You can also check out the JEE-Main knockout package for preparation of JEE-Main 2022 from the link given below :-
I hope this information helps you.
can i get electrical engineering in iit delhi with 1900 as my jee advanced rank and i belong to obc ncl category
In 2020, the cut-off for ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING in IIT DELHI was 365 for Male and 1429 for female in OBC NCL . in the case of Electrical Engineering (Power and Automation),the cutoff was 588 for Male and 1810 for female in OBC NCL.
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All the best
How to study for JEE mains in two months with basics covered on all topics . covering school time can any provide a time table
Hey student ,
First of all manage your schedule
Wake up early and sleep 6-8 hr !!
Eat healthy food not junk food!!
Now moving towards the study-
know the important chapter and make them their priorities
For this you can read the article to know in details
Don't forget to study basic chapter like periodic table ,chemical bonding , mechanic etc these chapters are backbone !!
After knowing all these things , make your priorities list that which chapter you are going to do ,make a target everyday or for week
Read - revise and test
Now you don't have too much time then I will suggest you to do pyq as it will help you in building the concept and knowing the strategy!!
If you have good notes then study from them only and solve pyq
But I will suggest you some YouTube channel which will help you in preparing from the basic!!
Aakash Krishna sir - he teach physics and chem both and his lectures duration very short with pyq
He has a playlist of 24 hr and 48 hr physics subject ,if you can see this then it will benefit you and have a chemistry ( paid 600) , lecture duration 60 hr if you complete his lectures then you will able to do much better!!
ABK sir from neetjeekaka channel
Physics galaxy - Ashish sir
Physics wallah is also good he will clear the concept from basic but his lectures are long!!
You have to study a lot so don't waste your time in thinking how I will I complete with school etc
If your school time over at 3 pm then 4pm - 6am you have time left !!
By self study of 4-5 hr you can do it !!!
But first do the basic chapter there are so many short YouTube lectures are there in free , see them it will save your time as if you start as a beginner you don't know anything!!
For better understanding you can also read this article!!
Timetable should make by yourself as you have to study by your way!!!
But if you sleep early and wake up early then it will help you in more concentrating but if you have different time ,you want to wake up at night as owl that's also okay but study with full concentration !!
Two month enough for jee
do your school work and side by side do jee too!!
Hope you understand this!!
My rank is 137000 in jee main is there chances of admission in ict bhubhaneshwar 5 years course in csab. I am from other state.
According to previous year cutoffs you have little to no chances of getting ICT Bhubneshwar.
However at this rank following colleges can be alloted to you:
1. Sant longwal Institute of engineering and technology
Branch : Chemical engineering
2. Institute of Technology, Guru Ghasidas Vidyalaya, Bilaspur
Branch: Mechanical engineering
3. Ghani khan chaudhary Institute of engineering and technology, West Bengal
Branch: Mechanical engineering
4. Mizoram University
Branch: Electrical engineering
5. Assam University
Branch: Agricultural engineering
Hope this helps