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JEE Advance Application Form


    EE Main application form is usually released online and candidates have to visit the official website in order to download and fill the form. As for JEE Main 2020, the registration process is starting on September 3rd and the last day to submit the online application form is kept as 30th September 2019. The last day to submit the application fee is 1st of October. Candidates have to follow the deadline strictly as the exam authority will not entertain any requests after the submission day is over.

    Meanwhile, candidates have to fill in the JEE Main 2020 application form carefully and they should avoid making mistakes. They have to input details like their name, contact number, category and they have to submit some scanned copy of documents as well for successfully completing the application process. However, candidates before filling the form should go through the JEE Main eligibility criteria defined by the NTA. They should satisfy the criteria and then only they should fill the form. If the requirements are not met then the application will be rejected.

    As per the guidelines set by the exam conducting authority, only one application form is provided per student. The JEE Main registration will be cancelled if more than one application form is submitted per student. We will learn more about the whole process and the requirements below.

    Documents Required For Filling JEE Main Application Form

    Below we have mentioned all the important documents that need to be submitted along with the application form.

  • 10th class documents.
  • 12th class documents.
  • Aadhaar card details.
  • Scanned copies of signature and a passport-sized photograph.
  • Phone number and a valid email ID.
  • Debit card, Credit card or e-Challan details.
  • Bank account number, Ration card number, Passport number, Voter ID card, etc.
  • Steps To Be Followed While Filling The JEE Main Form

    The JEE Main application form has to be filled and submitted online. The following steps should be followed for successfully filling and submitting the application form:

    Step 1: JEE Main Registration

    The link of JEE Main registration page is usually available as soon as the registration window gets activated. On the registration page of JEE Main, the following details of the applicant must be entered carefully: Nationality, Identification type, State, Name of the Student, Date of Birth and gender of the applicant. After filling all the above-mentioned details, enter the security pin and click on the submit button.

    Step 2: Filling Of JEE Main Application Form

    After successful registration, students will be redirected to the JEE Main application page where the following details have to be entered:

    Exam Related Details:
  • In this section, the information related to the medium of question paper, mode of examination and the course for which they are applying for are to be provided.
  • Students appearing for offline mode of examination could opt for 4 centres according to their preferences whereas for appearing in the online mode of examination the applicant could opt for only one centre.
  • Personal Details Of Applicant:
  • In this section, personal information like parents name, name, nationality, state of eligibility, date of birth, category, gender, etc.
  • It is mandatory for candidates to enter their Aadhaar number, place of residence and mailing address.
  • Academic Details:
  • In this section, all the details related to the qualifying examination like their school name, school address, class 10th &and class 12th passing year, etc.
  • Students appearing for the 12th class board exams also have to enter the details of their qualifying examination.
  • Address Details Of The Applicants:
  • In this section, applicants need to provide their complete address like mobile number, pin code, state, country, email address, etc.
  • Guardian Details:
  • In this section, all the details of their Guardians and parents like occupation, qualification, annual income details, etc.
  • Password Creation: Before submitting the JEE Main form the students need to set a password which would be required in the future for signing in to the portal. The students also need to remember their answers to security questions which will be helpful in recovering their password in case if they forget it.

    Step 3: Uploading Of Scanned Documents

    The Applicants need to upload the scanned images of their signature and recently clicked passport sized photograph with the following specifications:

    Specifications

    Signature

    Photograph

    File Format

    JPEG/JPG

    JPEG/JPG

    Dimensions

    3.5 cm x 1.5 cm

    3.5 cm x 4.5 cm

    Size

    4 KB to 30 KB

    10 KB to 200 KB

    The signature of the applicant should be clearly visible and it should match with the signature of the applicant in class 10th and 12th certificates. The photograph of the applicant should be black and white or coloured along with clear contrast. The photograph must have the name of the applicant along with the date of clicking. Polaroid photographs or photographs with cap or goggles are not acceptable. After uploading the scanned documents the applicants can review their application form by clicking on the Review button. After making all the changes the applicants could proceed with the payment options.

    Step 4: Payment Of JEE Main Application Fee

    For making the payment, the applicants need to submit the details of either credit or debit card followed by the Submit button. Application or registration fees for JEE Main form can also be paid through e-Challan.

    JEE Main 2020 Application Form: Fee Structure

    The fee structure for both online and offline mode of examination is given below:

     Application Fee Structure

    In India

    Outside India

    B.E./B.Tech 

    or 

    B.Arch 

    or 

    B.Planning

    General/Gen-EWS/ OBC(NCL) 

    Boys-Rs 650/-

    Girls- Rs 325/-

    Boys-Rs 3000/-

    Girls- Rs 1500/-

    SC/ST/PwD/Transgender

    Boys-Rs 325/-

    Girls- Rs 325/- 

    Boys-Rs 1500/-

    Girls- Rs 1500/-

    B.E./B.Tech & B. Arch 

    or 

    B.E./B.Tech & B. Planning

    or 

    B.E./B.Tech, B. Arch & B.Planning 

    or 

    B.Arch & B.Planning

    General/Gen-EWS/ OBC(NCL) 

    Boys-Rs 1300/-

    Girls- Rs 650/-

    Boys-Rs 6000/-

    Girls- Rs 3000/

    SC/ST/PwD/Transgender 

    Boys-Rs 650/-

    Girls- Rs 650/- 

    Boys-Rs 3000/-

    Girls- Rs 3000/- 

JEE FAQs

    Why JEE?

    The Joint Entrance Examination is a national level engineering entrance exam held twice a year for admission of to various engineering colleges in India. The National Testing Agency conducts it.

    What are the two exams that come under JEE?

    Joint Entrance Exam is formed by two separate exams- JEE Main and JEE Advanced.

    JEE is conducted by which Agency?

    The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is a national-level computer-based engineering entrance exam conducted by NTA (National Test Agency) for admission to various colleges in India, such as Indian Institute of Technology, National Institute of Technology, Indian Institute of Information Technology and other Government funded technical Institutes.

    What are the institutions that come under JEE Main?

    NITs, IIEST, IIITs and Other-GFTIs

    What are the Institutions comes under JEE Advance?

    IITs

    How many papers are there in JEE Main?

    JEE Mains comprises of two papers, Paper-I and Paper-II. Candidates can choose either of the two. Both papers have multiple-choice questions. Paper I is for the admission in B.E./B.Tech courses. Paper-II is for the admission in B.Arch and B.Planning courses.

    Are both papers mandatory in JEE Main?

    Candidates can choose either of the two.

    When Jain Main was conducted

    JEE Main 2020 is already conducted from 1 to 6 September 2020

    when its result was declared?

    The result is released on 10 September on the official website of JEE Mains 2020 jeemain.nta.ac.in.

    Which 3rd paper is introduced in JEE Main?

    From January 2020: One additional paper (Paper III) is introduced for B. Planning students i.e. Drawing test, which will be conducted in offline mode (pen-paper based).

    For many year result is valid?

    The validity of the result is one year.

    Will candidates get the same sets of papers?

    Candidates will not get the same sets of question papers.

    What is normalization procedure?

    The normalization process is an established practice prescribed by NTA for comparing candidate scores in multi-session papers adopted in other large academic selection tests conducted in India. In simple terms, if we say. To ensure a candidate is at no loss or even get benefit from this procedure.

    How is NTA rank calculated?

    The NTA will rank students based on their percentile marks, which will be calculated according to a pre-determined formula. I.e.

    How merit ranking is determined when there is a tie?

    1. If the candidate is acquiring equal marks/percentile, then among themselves merit will be determined to below sequence: · Candidate acquiring higher marks/percentile in Maths - Candidate acquiring higher marks/percentile in Physics · Candidate acquiring higher marks/percentile in chemistry · Candidate who is older
    2. The final ranking will be done after the tie is resolved.

    What is the process of JEE Main registration?

    The below 5 steps to be followed to fill the registration form 1. Fill online form 2. Upload documents 3. Select the exam centre 4. Payment 5. Submit

    In how many centres, the Exam was conducted?

    The Exam was conducted in a total of 605 centres

    How is NTA rank calculated?

    The NTA will rank students based on their percentile marks, which will be calculated according to a pre-determined formula. I.e.

    How many candidates appeared in the Exam?

    Over 8, 58,273 candidates have appeared in the Exam.

    What is the pattern of the Exam?

    . JEE Main 2020 consists of 3 main subjects, namely, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. Paper 1 is for admission in B.E. /B. Tech. Courses- In paper
    1- there are 25 questions from Mathematics, 25 from Physics and 25 from Chemistry; therefore, the total number of questions is 75. Each question will carry 4 marks, and each incorrect response gets -1 negative marking. The duration of the Exam is 3 hours (180 minutes). No negative marking is done for numerical questions. The maximum marks in the Exam are 300.Paper
    2 is for admission in B. Arch - In paper 2- there are 25 questions from Mathematics, 50 from Aptitude test, 2 from Drawing Test; therefore, the total number of questions is 77. Each question will carry 4 marks, and each incorrect response gets -1 negative marking. The duration of the Exam is 3.30 hours. No negative marking is done for numerical questions. The maximum marks in the Exam are 400. Paper
    3 is for admission in B. Planning courses- In paper 3- there are 25 questions from Mathematics, 50 from Aptitude test, 25 from Planning Based Objective Type MCQs, therefore, the total number of questions is 100. Each question will carry 4 marks, and each incorrect response gets -1 negative marking. The duration of the Exam is 3.30 hours (180 minutes). No negative marking is done for numerical questions. The maximum marks in the Exam are 400.

    is there any negative marking for the numerical question?

    No negative marking is done for numerical questions.

    is there any age criteria set for JEE - Main?

    There is no age criteria for the candidates in JEE Main.

    Is NCERT important for JEE Main?

    NCERT is the most important textbook to prepare for JEE Main.

    Who conducts JEE counselling?

    In JEE, the joint admission process conducted by Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) 2020 for a total of 111 institutes for the academic year 2020-21.

    How to register for JEE Main counselling?

    To register for JEE Main counselling below procedure to be followed:-
    1. Online registration
    2. Choice filling and locking
    3. Seat allotment
    4. Seat acceptance and Fee payment
    5. Document Verification
    6. Reporting to the allotted college

    Who announced the dates of counselling and when?

    Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) 2020 has announced counselling, starting from 6 October 2020.

    When the result was declared?

    The JEE Main 2020 paper 1 result has been reported on 11 September 2020 on jeemain.nta.nic.in.

    Any dress code for JEE Main?

    No, there is no as such dress code for JEE Mains. The only restrictions are for cap, scarf, jewellery, stoles, metallic items, etc.