JET 2018 application form available now

JET 2018 application form available now Jain University has released the application form of JET 2018. Candidates aspiring to take admission in the undergraduate engineering programme, they can fill the JET 2018 application form in online mode. It is imperative for the candidates to fill the JET 2018 application form on or before the last date of submission. The candidates will have to pay fee of Rs 550 for the application form of JET 2018.

 

Important dates of JET 2018 Application Form

S.No

Event

Date

1.

Start Date for Application Form

November 6, 2017

2.

End date for filling the application form

To be announced

3.

JET 2018 entrance exam

May 5-6, 2018

Before filling the application form of JET, candidates must ensure that they meet the eligibility criteria which has been laid down to appear for JET . The entrance exam of JET 2018 will be conducted in both offline and online mode. The exam will be held on May 5 and 6, 2018.

 

What to keep ready before filling the JET 2018 Application Form

 

Candidates can keep the following documents ready for uploading before they start filling the JET application form 2018.

  • Scanned image of degree, marksheet, final year diploma mark sheet

  • Scanned image of class X marksheet

  • Scanned image of class XII marksheet

The images that have to be uploaded should be upto 500KB and it has to be in either JPEG, PDF or PNG format.

 

Steps for filling the application form of JET 2018

 

The steps that need to be followed for filling the JET application form 2018 include:

  • Registration for JET 2018

  • Login for filling the JET application form

  • Fill the requisite details

  • Upload the required documents

  • Preview and Edit the application form of JET 2018

  • Pay the fee of JET application form

The JET 2018 entrance exam will be for three hours and candidates will have to answer  questions from Physics, Chemistry, English and Maths. There will be 120 questions which the candidates will have to answer. There will be thirty questions from each section.

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