JEE Entrance Exam 2020 Dates Registration Admit Cards Exam Pattern

JEE Entrance exam is conducted for students who wish to pursue engineering in different subjects or categories like mechanical, CS, etc.. It is officially organized and conducted by NTA.

Formerly it was organized by CBSE. It avails seats for students in IITs, NITs, and other centrally funded technical institutions.

Exam Name

Joint Entrance examination

Category

For Undergraduates

Level of Examination

National Level

Mode of Examination

Computer-based online test

Conducting authority

National Test Agency (NTA)

JEE Entrance Exam 2020: Major Changes

JEE Entrance is enlisted under one of the most important competitions and is organized in other countries as well. With the increase in the number of candidates appearing along with the competition, some changes are essential. Last year's easy question paper and disregard of students for not getting good college in spite of good results triggered the need for alteration.

Accordingly following evident changes are presented in the curriculum of conducting JEE entrance:

  1. 1st tier of examination- JEE mains twice according to NTA.
  2. For candidates who are applying, it is not mandatory to appear in both the exams.
  3. If the candidate appears in both the exam of JEE Mains then the best out of two scores will be considered.
  4. Numerical Value Questions are included in all the subjects - Mathematics, Chemistry, and Physics.
  5. The pattern and number of questions are revised. Alongside the number of questions are also amended.
  6. Subdivision of papers is also introduced.
JEE Entrance: Alteration in the exam pattern

Along with the change in the exam procedure, the exam pattern is also revised. Among them the major changes are given below:

  1. In JEE Entrance 2019 the number of questions asked was 90 and the total number of questions was 90.
  2. But now in JEE entrance, 2020 number questions will be 75 and total marks- 300.
  3. Each question carries 4 marks. Each correct answer will be alotted with 4 marks and every wrong answer will cause deduction of 1 marks.
  4. From 2020 JEE each subject will have 20 questions including 5 numerical value questions. In total each subject will contain 25 questions.
  5. Exam duration - 3 hours for 75 questions.

Important Dates:

JEE Mains has announced to take place twice, firstly in January then in April. Some of the concerned dates are:

JEE Mains January 2020 Dates:

Filling of Online forms

3rd September 2019

Last date for submission of online application

10th October 2019

Fee Payment Last date

11th October 2019

Application form correction

14th Oct. 2019 - 20th Oct. 2019

Information about slot alotted

October - November 2019

Information about Exam center (City)

October - November 2019

Issue of Admit cards

6th December 2019

JEE mains exam date

6th January 2020 - 11th January 2020

Launch of Answer key

after 11th January 2020

Result declaration

31st January 2020

Availability of rank cards

After the declaration of all India rank (AIR)

JEE Mains April 2020 Dates:

Filling of online forms

7th February 2020

Last date for submission of online application

7th March 2020

Fee payment Last date

Expected - 8th March 2020

Application form Correction

March 2020

Issue of Admit Card

16th march 2020

JEE mains in April

3rd April 2020- 9th April 2020

Launch of answer key

expected - April 2020

Result of JEE Mains April 2020

30th April 2020

Availability of rank cards

After the All India Rank declaration.

JEE Advance 2020 dates released:

Release of application form

1st week of May 2020

Last date of application form submission

2nd week of May 2020

Fee payment last date

2nd week of May 2020

Issue of Admit card

3rd week of May 2020

JEE Advanced 2020 examination date

17th May 2020

The date for sending the response to candidates

Last week of May 2020

Launch of Answer key

Last week of May 2020

Declaration of Result JEE Advance 2020

8th June 2020

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