JEE MAIN 2018 ELIGIBILITY
NATIONAL LEVEL ONLINE/OFFLINE TEST
CBSE releases JEE Main Eligibility with the release of its official notification. As a basic condition, candidates appearing/ have passed class 12 with minimum 75% marks can appear for JEE Main 2018. The coordinating body has scheduled the examination for April 8 (offline), April 15 & April 16 (online), apply online before January 1.
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The Central Board of Secondary Education formulated several changes in the eligibility criteria last year. The same will be followed for this year. The key points about JEE Main Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
The basic requirement to take JEE Main 2018 exam is to pass 10+2 examination. Apart from this, Aadhar card is a mandatory document without which, candidates will not be considered eligible for the exam. The detailed eligibility is as follows:
JEE Main State Code of Eligibility is defined as the state from which the candidate has passed his qualifying examination, so that he could be eligible for the JEE Main. In case,
To apply for JEE Advanced, you must fulfill the below conditions:
Ans: Yes, just select the year of passing 10+2 as 2016-2017 in the application form. Thereafter, select ‘yes’ in the column – appearing for improvement examination. The roll number of improvement examination 2018 can also be filled at the time of downloading admit cards of JEE Main.
Ans: No worries! Just use the 14-digit enrollment number printed on the slip issued to you at the time of submitting the request.
Ans. Basically, state code of conduct is for candidates who have passed class 12 exam from a particular state. It is just the code which has been given to particular state.
Ans. No, there is no such requirement. Eligibility criteria is same for both Indian and International applicants. However, it is important to have scored marks/grade equivalent to the required percentage from a board recognized by AIU.
Ans. Worry not, you will have to submit your passport details.
Ans. The eligibility conditions for year droppers does not vary, however, they must fall under age category of 24 years. There is no relaxation in terms of marks required in class 12 exams. Candidates must have obtained 75% marks in 5 subjects. Those who fulfil the eligibility criteria will sit for JEE Main Paper 1 and Paper 2 exam in April 2018.Check JEE Main Exam dates
Ans: Candidate with a Diploma can apply to appear in JEE Advanced 2018. However, the JEE Main Score and Rank will not be considered for the admission in NITs and CFTIs through JEE Main.
Ans. Students from different states will have to verify their HSC Vocational courses from their particular state as different states have different HSC vocational courses. This qualifying examination will only be considered for admission to IITs. With an HSC certificate in hand, candidates can get into engineering, commerce, arts and other such fields. For engineering and medicine, however, they will have to sit for entrance tests.
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College
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