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JEE Main 2020 Exam: Application Form (Out), Admit Card, April Exam Dates, Syllabus, Cut off About: JEE Main 2020: JEE Main 2020 application correction facility to begin from March 13. The last to correct JEE Main application form is March 16, 2020. Candidates can remove any discrepancies in the uploaded images in JEE Main application form for April session. The JEE Main 2020 application form of April session is available from February 7 to March 12. Candidates who had appeared in JEE Main 2020 January exam, are also eligible to submit the JEE Main application form for April session for their score improvement as best of the two scores will be considered for the All India Rank. JEE Main 2020 April session exam which was scheduled on April 5, 2020 has been postponed due to COVID-19 outbreak. The updated schedule of JEE Main April 2020 will be announced on 31st March, 2020. The JEE Main 2020 to be conducted in the computer-based mode in two shifts. The first shift of exam is from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm while the second shift will be conducted from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm. In the JEE Main Result 2020 of January session, a total of 11,18,673 candidates registered for the exam out of which 8,69,010 appeared in the test. Among the total appeared, 12 candidates have secured a 100 percentile in the three papers of JEE Main 2020 January session. As per the experts, the JEE Main 2020 Cut Off for all category will be similar to last year. The JEE Main cutoff score for general category candidates is expected to be around 89 while cut-off for reserved categories may range from 45-80 marks. National Testing Agency – NTA conducts JEE Main for admission to undergraduate engineering programs like B.E./B.Tech. and B.Arch/B. Planning programs at NITs, IIITs, other Centrally Funded Technical Institutions (CFTI), Institutions funded by participating State Governments. JEE Main is also the qualifying exam for JEE Advanced based on which admission is provided for B.E./B.Tech. programs offered in IITs. JEE Main 2020 is conducted in two sessions – January exam sessions followed by April. Candidates can appear in both exam sessions but best of the two exams scores of candidates to be considered for All India Rank. JEE Main 2020 is conducted for admission to nearly 25000 B.Tech/B.E. seats offered in 69 institutes including NITs, IIITs and GFTIs. Moreover, JEE Main result is also the basis for selecting top 2,45,000 for appearing in JEE Advanced for admission for nearly 11279 seats in 23 IITs. Apart from these, the JEE Main score is accepted by certain self-financed universities and institutions. Earlier, JEE Main was conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). From 2019 onward, the National Testing Agency (NTA), the newly formed body, will conduct the exam. Also, the exam will be conducted twice a year, in January and April, giving students an opportunity to improve their score without having to drop a year. Furthermore, JEE Main will be conducted online in computer-based mode. It is not mandatory to appear for the exam both the times (January and April). In case a student appears for the exam both the times, the better of the two scores will be considered for admission/counselling. JEE Main is also the qualifying exam for JEE Advanced. IITs do not accept JEE Main score for B.Tech admission and, hence, students aspiring to get themselves enrolled in IITs will also have to appear for JEE Advanced. A student will be allowed to appear for JEE Advanced only if he clears the JEE Main cut off. A vast majority of students find JEE Main to be tough and difficult to crack. The number of students appearing for JEE Main increases each year, which also increases the competition. In order to crack JEE Main and get into India’s top colleges, a student requires determination, perseverance and smart preparation. JEE Main is conducted for two papers: Paper 1 (B.Tech) and Paper 2 (B.Arch/ B.Plan). Students preparing for Engineering should opt for Paper 1 and those preparing for Architecture should opt for Paper 2. States like Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Odisha, Uttarakhand, Haryana, Bihar and Nagaland as well many other private universities and institutes accept JEE Main rank for admission for B.Tech/B.E. or B.Arch/B. Planning programs. The admission criteria for these will be notified by the concerned authorities at time JEE Main notification.

 NEET 2020 – Admit Card, Exam Pattern, Syllabus & Cutoff NEET 2020 – National Eligibility cum Entrance Test – NEET is scheduled to be conducted on May 3, 2020 for admission to MBBS and BDS seats offered in all medical and dental colleges of India including AIIMS & JIPMER. NEET 2020 is also conducted for admission to AYUSH, Veterinary and other medical/paramedical courses offered in government and private colleges in India. The Health Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan, has announced that NEET 2020 to be the single entrance exam for admission to MBBS and BDS courses in India. With this announcement, the admission to MBBS seats in AIIMS and JIPMER to be done based on NEET 2020. The AIIMS and JIPMER MBBS medical exam have been scrapped and admission to be provided through NEET 2020 score. NEET 2020 Application Form started from 2nd December 2019 and continued till 31st December. Now the NEET application form correction window is available. Candidates candidates who wish to rectify mistakes in their forms can do so from 15th January to 31st January 2020. The admit card for pen and paper-based exam will be released on March 27 and the result will be announced on June 4, 2020 for candidates who will secure the cutoff score as per their category. National Testing Agency (NTA) conducts NEET for admissions to MBBS seats under All India Quota (15%) and State quota (85%). The admission under 15% will be done through centralized counselling conducted by Medical Counselling Committee (MCC). While for admission under 85% state quota seats counselling will be conducted by the designated state admission authority. Moreover, admission to MBBS seats in AIIMS and JIPMER will be done through counselling conducted by respective admission authorities. NEET 2020 will be the basis of admission to nearly 98,786 MBBS and BDS seats in medical and dental colleges of India. Among the total seats, approximately 70,693 MBBS seats are under government and private medical colleges and 26,693 BDS seats in government and private Dental colleges of India. The remaining seat is in AIIMS and JIPMER medical colleges. AIIMS has a total of 1205 MBBS seats in its 15 medical institutions and JIPMER has 150 MBBS seats in its two medical colleges.

General Aptitude (GA) : Common in all papers
AE: Aerospace Engineering PH: Physics
AG: Agricultural Engineering PI: Production and Industrial Engineering
AR: Architecture and Planning TF: Textile Engineering and Fibre Science
BT: Biotechnology XE -A: Engineering Mathematics
CE: Civil Engineering XE-B: Fluid Mechanics
CH: Chemical Engineering XE-C: Materials Science
CS: Computer Sc. and Information Technology XE-D: Solid Mechanics
CY: Chemistry XE-E: Thermodynamics
EC: Electronics and Communication Engg. XE-F: Polymer Science and Engineering
EE: Electrical Engineering XE – G: Food Technology
EY: Ecology and Evolution XE – H: Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences
GG: Geology and Geophysics XL – P: Chemistry
IN: Instrumentation Engineering XL-Q: Biochemistry
MA: Mathematics XL-R: Botany
ME: Mechanical Engineering XL – S: Microbiology
MN: Mining Engineering XL – T: Zoology
MT: Metallurgical Engineering XL – U: Food Technology
PE: Petroleum Engineering  
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