The Joint entrance exam (JEE) is being conducted by the CBSE syllabus and it is one of the top level examinations of India. The two stage of the JEE examination is conducted by the CBSE board and for the first level exam, interested candidate can apply. For the second level exam, the qualified candidates of the JEE mains will be eligible to take up JEE advanced examination. Jee mains application form availability in the online and the other details are available in the information brochure. The JEE main exam application form dates are the notification release in November and the application form will be released in first December. The application form last date in the first week of January and the application form correction in the third week of January. Admit card release in the first week of March and the exam date will release in April.
The application form is available in the JEE official website so the interested candidates can download the application on the official website. You must enter the details carefully to avoid the mistakes and upload your scanned photograph and the signature and save in prescribed format to upload in online application form. Before submission, you will the details are correct and then submit the application form. Make the payment through the credit or the debit card, net banking or another mode. After completing the application form take print out of the confirmation page of online application form and submit the application form. Note down the application number and password to login to the JEE main exam application form.
The admit card of this examination will be available from the first week of the March and the candidates can download the admit card from the official website.
The candidate should have passed the 12th examination and you must have scored minimum fifty percentages of marks. The candidate should have complete the seventeen age and candidates can apply only three times for the JEE main exam. There shall be no weight age for the 12th standard marks in calculating the ranks in the JEE main examination. The general caste candidate should have to secure at least seventy percentages of marks in 12th standard and the SC or ST students have to secure sixty-five percentage of mark in the 12th standard to qualify for admissions in the top colleges like IITs or NITs and others.