Aspirants who are seeking to admission into the top engineering colleges in India i.e. IIIT’s, NIT’s and CFT’s, should have the knowledge about Eligibility Criteria. So I am sharing this article all the brief details about the JEE Main 2018 Eligibility Criteria. Every aspect which you don’t know about eligibility criteria are described below with easy way that you can get easily and know are you eligible or not for the JEE Main 2018?
JEE Main Admit Card has been released on 12th March 2018. Candidates can download their hall ticket from the official website. JEE Main 2018 Information bulletin released on 22nd November 2017 by CBSE. It will conduct for pen and paper based exam on 08 April 2018 and computer based exam on 15th and 16th April 2018. It is national level engineering entrance exam conducted by CBSE in online and offline mode. CBSE conducts the exam for admission in various IIIT’s, NIT’s and CFTI’s. JEE Main 2018 conducted in two parts i.e. Paper I for B.E/B.tech and Paper II for B.Plan/B.Arch courses. In this article, you can get detailed JEE Main exam dates information. (more…)
Through this article, you’ll get to know some useful preparation tips for Mathematics section of JEE Main. If you are a JEE Main Aspirant, the opportunity is not far away from you. You need the right preparation for JEE Main 2018. For Mathematics section, you have to use your analytical approach instead of conceptual one. Continuous practice, sincerity and conceptual understanding gives you success in this exam. (more…)
In this article yo can know the preparation strategy for JEE Main Chemistry. JEE Main syllabus is similar to class 11th and 12th physics, chemistry, and mathematics syllabus.In JEE Main 30% questions are easy, 60% of questions are medium level and 10% is tough. JEE Main consists of three subject physics, chemistry and mathematics. 33% Occupies by chemistry in JEE Main, it is equally important as others (physics and mathematics).
JEE Main 2018 Admit card has been released by the conducting authority on 12th March 2018. The national level engineering exam is conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in both online and offline modes. This exam is for candidates who have done Engineering and Architecture courses. It is conducted by CBSE for providing admission in B.Tech and B.Arch courses which are offered by various colleges, viz. IITs, NITs, and centrally funded technical institutions. If any aspirant wants to take admission in IITs; he/she should qualify both JEE Main & JEE Advanced Exam. (more…)