Jee main eligibility criteria 2018-marks,age,no of attempts

Jee main eligibility criteria 2018-marks,age,no of attempts

JEE MAIN

Jee main eligibility criteria 2018-marks age no of attempts

CBSE  have their own rules and all the candidates are have to follow all the rules and regulations to get the best for their future. The limits are about the age limit ,Educational qualification ,age and other various factors to get them proceed the mains SO here all the students are requested to follow all the norms updated by the central board of secondary education for the students appearing in Jee mains 2018. The registration process was recently started from 1st of December and will be open till 1st of January and the last date for the fee submission is of 3rd of January

You will get all the latest info about the Jee mains eligibility criteria 2018 here in the below article updated by the  for the students of IITs aspirants

All  the important dates issued by the CBSE is here in the below table to get notify for your exams

EVENTS IMPORTANT DATES
SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION FORM 1st Dec 2017 TO 1st Jan 2018
admit card issue 2nd week of march
Jee mains 2018 offline exam 8th of April 2018
Jee mains 2018 online exam 15 and 16th of April 2018
result announcement for paper 1 30th of April
result announcement for paper 2 1st of may

 

SOME PARAMETERS FOR THE ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR THE JEE Mains 2018

Candidates are to be fulfil all the norms conducted by the CBSE some of the parameters are as follows

AGE LIMIT FOR THE JEE MAINS 2018

Candidates should born on or after 1st of October 1993 so the candidates are eligible for the jee mains 2018

age relaxation for the SC ,ST , AND either backward classes are of 5 years

NOTICE:- date of birth is considered as per secondary school result

Year of passing of secondary school

  • Candidates passed in the year of 2016-17 are applicable for the jee mains 2018
  • candidates who are appearing for the board exam 2018 are also eligible for the mains 2018
  • Candidates who are fail in 2015 and got passed in 2016 are not eligible as per the CBSE norms

Subject in qualifying exam QE

In qualifying exam candidates must passed with minimum 5 subjects

NO OF ATTEMPTS

Each candidates are eligible to appear 3 times in jee mains

Age limits ,no of attempts for the madhya pradesh ,nagaland and odisha

Candidates are to be informed that these states joined the jee mains system in the year of 2014 so the eligibility criteria for the students of these states are as same and according to the norms

Subjects in qualifying exam

COARSE JEE MAINS 201 QUALIFYING EXAM
SUBJECTS REQUIRED
B.E/B. TECH paper 1
physics mathematics with chemistry /biology/biotech/technical vocational subjects
B .ARCH/B. PLANNING paper 2 mathematics

 

  • Candidates are to secure 75 % or to be qualified  about top 20 percentile of respective board
  • For SC ,ST minimum percentile is 65 % and  top 20 percentile criteria is same as above

DETAILS ABOUT TOP 20 PERCENTILE 

The percentile score for the candidates is related to the no of students appeared in the exam

SUPPOSE – A student scored 50 % marks and there are total 2218 students in the exam participated then the percentile for the specific student is 16.18 and the percentage is 50 percent

Subject in the qualifying exam 

as the basic subject are only physics chemistry and maths but to get the top 20 percentile optional and other subjects are also to be evaluated

For BE/ B.tech

  • language
  • physics
  • mathematics
  • any of the following biology,biotech, technical vocational
  • any other

For b.arch /b. planning

  • mathematics and all five subjects for total marks of five subjects

List of qualifying examination are as follows

For the eligibility of jee mains 2018 one of the following norms are to be fulfil by the candidates are as follows

  • class 12 board exam recognised by central or state board conducted by cbse or icse
  • intermediate or 2 year of pre-university recognised by board or hold by university
  • final exam of two year of joint services winged from national defence academy
  • National institute for open school [NIOS] of senior secondary school exam with minimum five subjects
  • Any public school/ university exam in India or nay foreign country which the association of Indian universities as equivalent to the the standard

List of qualifying exam recognised by IITs 

  • H.S.E OF technical vocational
  • A diploma which AICTE recognised or state board recognised with minimum  3 year of duration
  • General certificate education [GCE] from London Cambridge srilanka with A grade level
  • High school certificate education of Cambridge university or international baccalaureate diploma of an international baccalaureate office ,Geneva
  • If the relevant examination is not a public exam then students have to passed at least one public or either board or any pre university

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