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Joint Entrance Examination (Main) – Paper 2nd (JEE Main - Paper 2nd)

Exam Key Summary

Exam Name

JEE Main – (Paper-2nd )

Exam Category (U.G / P.G)

U.G. (Undergraduate) - Architecture

Name of Institutions / Colleges / Universities Accepting Exam Score

Architecture Colleges - (NIT, GFTI, State Government Colleges, Most of the Private Colleges)

Level of Examination

National Level Exam

Type of Institution or Exam Conducting Body

(Government / Private)

Government

Medium of Exam (Language of Paper) 

English, Hindi and Gujarati

Mode of Examination (Online / Offline)

Online and Offline

Sections  in Paper (Subject-Wise)

3 Section (Aptitude, Drawing, and Maths)

Courses

B.Arch. / B.Plan.

Timing of Examination

First Shift - 09:30 AM To 12:30 PM

Second Shift - 02:30 PM To 5:30 PM

Duration of the Paper

3 Hours ( For Normal Students)

4 Hours (for Physically Handicapped Students)

Number of Question

77 Question (in which Mathematics includes 25 Question, Aptitude Include 50 Question and Drawing Include 2 Question)

Maximum Marks

400

Marks Per Question

4 Marks Each and Drawing 2*50

Negative Marking

1 Mark will be Deducted for Every Incorrect MCQ Question.

Number of Test City Centres

There are 264 cities in India that Conduct JEE-Main Exam and 9 Exam Centres are Outside India.

Frequency of Exam Conducted in a Year

Twice in a Year

Official Website

https://www.jeemain.nic.in

Application Form Charges / Registration Charges

For the Examination Centres in India

For General

Girls : Rs 325

Boys : Rs 650

 

For SC, ST, PwD

Girls : Rs 325

Boys : Rs 325

 

For Examination Centers Outside India

For General

Girls : Rs 1500

Boys : Rs 3000

 

For SC, ST, PwD

Girls : Rs 1500

Boys : Rs 1500

 

Important Date Sheet

Initiation of Registration Date

19 May 2020 To 24 May 2020

Last Date for Application Fee Payment and Uploading of Documents

January Session : 07 October 2019

April Session : 28 Feb 2020                                      

Release Date of Admit Card

January Session : After 06 December 2019

April Session : After 20 March 2020

Date of Exam

January Session : 6 January 2020 to 12 January 2020

April Session : 07 April to 12 April 2020

Date of Result Declaration

January Session : Last Week of January 2020

April Session : 1st Week of May

Date of Counselling

To Be Notified


Reservation Criteria

Category

Relaxation

SC (Scheduled Caste)

15%

ST (Scheduled Tribe)

7.5%

OBC (Other Backward Class)

27%

PwD (Persons with Disability)

5%

EWS (Economically Weaker Section)

10%

 

Eligibility Criteria

Minimum Qualification Marks

(Marks Obtained in 10th and 12th Board Exams)

The student wants to take admission to B.Arch. or B.Plan. they must pass in 12th from any of the recognized boards and obtain at least 75% marks in the exam. SC and ST students can obtain at least 65% marks in the exam.

Upper Age Limit of the Candidate

No Age Limit

Lower Age Limit of the Candidate

No Age Limit


Syllabus

Subject A

Mathematics

Subject B

Aptitude

Subject C

Drawing


Selection Process

   Counselling Process :-

    1). Online Registration

  • Go to the Official Website and click on the JOSSA.
  • Login by using all the credential details such as JEE Main 2020 Application Number, Password, and Security Pin.
  • Read all the terms and conditions carefully and after that click on the “I Agree” option.
  • Fill all the essential details which are required in the JoSAA Counselling Form.
  • Choose the Declaration and click on the Submit button.
  • Now at last you can verify all the details and click on the Confirm Registration button.

    2). Online Choice Filling and Locking

  • Students can select any of the colleges and programs according to their interests.
  • Students have an option for change, edit or delete their information.
  • Lock the choices before the last date.
  • Choice Locking can be done after each round of JEE Main 2020 Counselling.

    3). JoSAA 2020 Seat Allotment

    4). Seat Acceptance Fee Payment and Document Verification

    5). Reporting to the Allotted College