TRIPURA JEE 2017 PATTERN & SYLLABUS
STATE LEVEL OFFLINE TEST
Tripura JEE 2017 (Tripura Joint Entrance Examination) 2017 is an entrance exam conducted every year for admissions to undergraduate Engineering, Medical, Technological and other professional degree programmes. It is held for students against the seats reserved for the state of Tripura. The exam will be conducted at nine test centres, all in the different cities of Tripura.
Candidates wishing to pursue their UG course in various fields from a college in Tripura must register and appear for Tripura JEE 2017. The exam will be held in the month of April 2017, most likely in the last week. In order to prepare for the exam, it is important for the candidates to acquaint themselves with the test pattern. A deep understanding of the Tripura JEE 2017 exam pattern will come in handy when solving practice questions.
The details of the Tripura JEE 2017 Exam Pattern have been summarised below:
|Mode of exam||Offline or Pen and Paper based|
|Format of exam||MCQ or objective type|
|Duration of exam||Two hours for each subject|
|Number of questions||200 (50x4)|
|Total marks||400 (100x4)|
|Subjects covered||Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology|
|Distribution of questions||50 questions from each subject, carrying 100 marks in all. Hence, a total of 200 questions with total 400 marks allotted.|
|Types of questions||Both Compulsory and Optional: 50 compulsory ones for each subject|
|Marking scheme||(+2) for each correct answer, No negative marking for wrong answers|
There will be 4 subjects for which a candidate’s knowledge will be tested for Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology. Separate Test Booklets for each subject will be provided to the student.
Each test booklet will have 50 compulsory questions and the candidate will have a total of two hours to solve the question paper. Each question will be worth 2 marks and there will be no penalty for wrong answers. Hence, the candidate can score a maximum of 100 marks in each subject.
The questions will be of Multiple Choice type and will have four options. Each problem has only one correct answer and hence, the candidate must choose only one of the choices. The selected option will have to be marked on the OMR sheet provided along with the Test Booklet.
It must be understood that each question paper will have a series code mentioned on the front page (A/B/C). The candidate will be required to mention this code on the OMR sheet in the given place. The subject will also have to be indicated by filling in the appropriate circle on the OMR answer sheet.
For each one of the four subjects that are to be assessed in the Tripura JEE 2017 exam, the syllabus consists of 10 modules. Five questions from each of these modules will be asked in the test paper, bringing the total number of questions in each Test Booklet to 50. Since one question in the test paper is worth 2 marks, each module will be worth 10 marks in total.
The complete list of modules for each subject included in the Tripura JEE 2017 Syllabus is given below:
The exam for Tripura JEE 2017 will be conducted in offline mode or pen and paper format. This means that the students will be given a question paper along with an answer sheet on which the responses will have to be marked. There are some important details about the Test Booklet and OMR sheet that the candidates must have knowledge of. Such specifics are discussed further in this section.
As explained before, there will be a separate Test Booklet for each one of the four subjects. There will be 50 questions in every booklet and they will be of objective type. The code (A/B/C) mentioned on the front page of the Test Booklet must be written down at the appropriate place on the OMR Answer Sheet and also in the Attendance Sheet.
The OMR sheet is machine gradable and without the series code, an error may occur in the evaluation of the answer sheet. Hence, students must remember to mention their respective codes in the given space to ensure smooth assessment of their OMR sheets.
The Test Booklet that the candidate will receive will usually be stapled by a sticky piece of paper. There will be some time allotted for reading the instructions on the first page of the Booklet. The candidate must go through these carefully, as soon as he gets the question paper from the invigilator.
The question paper cannot be opened before the specified time duration. After some time, the invigilator will indicate the test has begun and the candidates can start. Upon receiving this indication, the candidates must open the Booklet by tearing the sticky paper piece.
Each question will have only one correct answer and it must be chosen after solving the question carefully. The answer must be marked on the OMR sheet. To do this, fill the corresponding circle for the option selected as the answer. The circle must be filled properly, adhering to the instructions mentioned on the OMR sheet.
The OMR answer sheet is a special, machine gradable, printout paper that contains circles and fields to be filled by the candidate using a black or blue ball point pen. The OMR sheet is evaluated by using specialised software that converts the marks on the paper into relevant information.
The candidate must provide details such as his roll number, name, Test Booklet Series and name of the subject on the OMR sheet by filling the circles provided. In case any of this data is missing, the sheet will not be evaluated. Unless there is a manufacturing defect in the OMR sheet, the candidate’s sheet will not be replaced.
It is, hence, extremely important for the candidates to handle the OMR sheet carefully and follow the instructions mentioned closely. A circle must be fully darkened and care should be taken to stay inside the boundary of the circle. Any other marks, such a tick or cross on the circle is not acceptable and will not be read by the machine. If the candidate does not wish to attempt a question, then no circles should be filled corresponding to that problem.
The following guidelines must be strictly adhered to while marking the responses on the OMR answer sheet. Failure to comply with these instructions may result in non-evaluation of the candidate’s OMR sheet.