Engineering Entrance Exams

Engineering Exams

Engineering Entrance Exams

Engineering Entrance Test Brief

Engineering Entrance Exams have always been the hot choice for millions of higher secondary students, who dream to pursue attractive careers in Engineering. Most of the national as well as state level Engineering Entrance Tests like JEE (Main & Advanced), IIITs, NITs, CFTIs and for other Engineering Colleges of India, are held in the months of April / May / June for the academic year starting from July / August of the following year.


Scheme of Exams:

JEE (Main): There is one paper in this exam, which contains 90 questions; 30 questions from each section – Physics, Chemistry and Maths. Each question carries 4 marks with a total 360 marks. There is ¼ negative marking, means 1 mark will be deducted for each incorrect answer.

JEE (Advanced) : There are two papers in this exam. Each paper contains 60 questions. Each section – Physics, Chemistry and Maths contains 20 questions. Each question carries 3 marks with a total 180 marks. There is also negative marking in some sections of this paper.

VITEEE: In the Vellore Institute of Technology Engineering Entrance Exam, there are 3 parts –Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics / Biology. Each part contains 40 questions with equal weightage. The total number of questions is 120. Each question carries one mark with a total 120 marks.

BITS-Pilani: In BITSAT entrance test, there is one paper containing 4 parts. Physics in part-I contains 40 questions; Chemistry in part-II also contains 40 questions; part-III contains three sub-sections: (a) English Proficiency-15 questions & (b) Logical Reasoning-10 questions; Mathematics in part-IV contains 45 questions. Total no of questions is 150, each question carries 3 marks with a total 450 marks.


JEE (Advanced) Entrance Exam

Summary
  1. Top 1.5 lac candidates (including all categories) in the merit list of JEE (Main) Paper-1 will be eligible to write JEE (Advanced).
  2. The Offline Exam of JEE Advanced 2016 will be on Last week of May.
  3. The JEE (Advanced)-2016 will have two objective type papers i.e., Paper-1 & 2. Each of the question papers will consist of three separate parts in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
  4. The question papers will be printed separately in English and Hindi.

About JEE (Advanced)

The JEE (Advanced) - will be conducted by seven zonal IITs (under the directives of the Joint Admission Board) for admission to the undergraduate programmers in all IITs. All the candidates aspiring to take admission in the undergraduate programmers at IITs and ISM Dhanbad for the year 2015 will have to appear in the JEE (Main) - 2015 (Paper 1).