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JEE Main Exam Pattern 2020
National Testing Agency has proclaimed new modifications in the JEE Exam Pattern 2020 this year. The extensive exam pattern of JEE Main 2020 have been declared by NTA in the official information brochure which is mentioned below. JEE Main includes 2 papers.
Paper 1 for engineering aspirants and
Paper 2 for students looking for admissions in architecture and planning courses.
According to the JEE exam pattern 2020
Paper 1 will comprise of various choice questions and numerical questions, whereas
Paper 2 is now aloof for B.Arch and B.Plan aspirants. JEE exam pattern for B.Arch will loaded of objective questions for both Aptitude and Math, numerical questions for Maths and questions for the drawing section.
According to JEE Main exam pattern 2020 for B.Plan, questions will be appeared from Maths and aptitude and there will be a spare section on Planning with multiple choice questions on the same.
Paper 1 of JEE Main exam comprise of 3 subjects – Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Each section will be provided with equal weightage with 20 multiple choice questions and 5 numerical questions and total marks for JEE Main 2020 Paper 1 will be 300.
Applicants must go through the JEE Exam Pattern 2020. They can get an overviews of the exam. Go through the complete writing to get detailed knowledge of JEE exam pattern 2020.
Let us take a look on detailed exam pattern
|PAPER||SUBJECTS||TYPE OF QUESTIONS||MODE OF EXAMINATION|
|Objective type MCQ’s with equal weightage||Computer based test online mode only|
|Objective type-MCQ’s||Computer based test online mode only|
|Drawing test-III||Question to test drawing aptitude||Pen and paper based test offline mode only|
JEE exam Detail
JEE Main 2020 session will now be organized on July 18, 20, 21, and 23.
The first session of JEE Main 2020 was concluded on January 9 and JEE Main 2020 result was released on January 17 (Paper 1) and January 23 (Paper 2).
NTA has shown a new notice on March 5 as per this a persons with benchmark disabilities (physical limitation to write) will be provided with an extra 1 hour has to come with a certificate from the Chief Medical Officer/Civil Surgeon/Medical Superintendent of a Government health care institution.
JEE Main 2020 Mock Tests
NTA has come up with the official JEE Main Mock Test 2020 to help applicants practice the test online to get a close look and feel of the actual JEE Main online computer based test. The mock tests are also being conducted of JEE Main 2020 at various schools/engineering colleges searched by NTA as Test Practise Centres (TPC). To be a part of this mock tests at TPC, candidates will have togo through a registration process on the official website of NTA. They will be able to attempt the mock tests 2020 on weekends within the given time frame specified by the authorities.
JEE Main Syllabus 2020
NTA has shown the official syllabus for JEE aspirants. Candidates appearing for JEE Main must go through the detailed syllabus to get to know about subjects and topics that that comes in the question paper of the examination.
JEE Main Previous Year Question Papers
Besides, the mock tests candidates are also advised to solve previous year question papers to strengthen their grasp over key concepts and also get familiar with the type of questions asked, level of difficulty and other important things.
Well there is no need to talk about other Universities/Colleges over here but I want to let all know about that except IIT there are many Universities which are neck to neck of IIT’s in academics and other activities you should consider. I will talk about statistics of IIT. Every year lacks of students appeared in JEE because they consider it as gateway of IIT but only handful applicants manage to qualify the examination and others get disappointment.
I think you did not know that Oxford University selects each out of five applicants but IIT selects 1 out of 120 applicants. Other than IIT there is an Government university AKTU which runs updated syllabus and other activities.
Colleges affiliated to AKTU are very advanced not every college but some private institution. One of the emerging institute is KCC Institute of Technology and Management. Which runs following streams with specializations:-
Computer science Engineering/Information Technology with specializations in AutoCAD, web and mobile development, Blockchain, Hadoop and Bigdata, Ethical Hacking, Robotics, Cloud computing and Networking.
Civil Engineering with Specialization in AutoCAD, Revit Architecture, Revit Structure, Microsoft Projects,3DS MAX Civil.
Mechanical Engineering with Specializations in Robotics, Mechatronics, 3D printing, Automation.
Electronics and communication engineering with Specializations in Embedded system, Robotics, Automation, Internet of Things.
Electrical Engineering with Specialization in AutoCAD, AutoCAD Electrical, AutoCAD MEP, Revit MEP, Automation.