The CBSE board examination are about to over and the science students will be eagerly waiting for the JEE examination day. Joint Entrance exam is conducted every year in the first week for month April by CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education).

It is the examination that helps the students to take admission in few of the topmost colleges of India based on their rankings & scores. Joint Entrance Exam 2016 will be conducted on 3 April.

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The registrations for this year JEE exam have been closed now. The students who missed filling the JEE forms can take up the examination next year. Here are few things that you definitely need to know about the Joint entrance exam 2016.

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Joint Entrance Exam 2016 Eligibility Criteria

Here is the eligibility criterion for Joint Entrance Exam 2016. If you are giving up the JEE exam 2016 then make sure that you fulfill this criterion.

  • The general category candidates whose date of birth falls on or after 1 October 1991 are eligible for appearing in Joint entrance exam 2016. In case of SC (Scheduled Caste), ST (Scheduled Tribe), and PwD (Person with Disabilities) candidates, a relaxation of 5 years has been given. This means that the candidates from ST, SC, and PwD, who are born on or after 1 October 1986 can appear in this exam.
  • The candidates who have passed their intermediate or equivalent examination are eligible for Joint entrance exam 2016. Candidates who have appeared in class 12 examination in 2016 are also eligible for this examination (possibly if they pass in their examination).
  • The candidates should have taken 5 subjects in class 12 or equivalent examination to be eligible for joint entrance exam 2016.
  • The number of attempts for JEE exams is limited to 3. This means a candidate can give JEE exams only three times.

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Joint Entrance Exam Application Form

JEE application forms are made available in the month of December every year. Sometimes, they are made available in last week of November too. The fee for the JEE examination is different for different caste and gender. It may differ on choice of center and on basis of preferred way of giving this examination. The fee is more if you are using pen & paper as compared to giving the exam online. There will be two papers in total since AIEEE has been merged with JEE couple of years back. Candidates will only qualify for paper-2 if they have cleared the cut off marks of paper-1.

Joint Entrance Exam Syllabus

The candidates who are appearing in Joint Entrance examination can check the syllabus on JEE website. The paper will consist of three sections- Physics, Mathematics & Chemistry. You can download the syllabus and study hard accordingly.

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Joint Entrance Exam 2016 Paper Pattern

As told earlier, the exam will be having two papers; paper-2 will only be given by students who have cleared the cut-off marks in paper-1. Here is the paper pattern for Joint Entrance Exam.

Paper 1

JEE Paper 1 comprises of three sections consisting of Physics, Mathematics & Chemistry.


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A total of 90 questions are asked in JEE examination that has weightage of 360 marks. Make sure that you mark the correct answer only because for every wrong answer one mark will be deducted from the total. You need to clear the cut-off marks for paper-1 in order to become eligible for paper-2. The exam duration will be 3 hours.


The paper-2 will consist of three parts-

  • Mathematics
  • Aptitude Test
  • Drawing Test

Joint Entrance Exam Centers

Joint Entrance Exam 2016 will be conducted national level in offline as well as online modes. This examination will be conducted in 125 cities of India. JEE 2016 will also be held in 7 cities outside the country namely – Singapore, Bahrain, Kathmandu, Dubai, Sharjah, Riyadh, and Muscat.

Final Say

It is the dream of every aspiring student to crack joint entrance exam after completing schooling. One needs to be brilliant enough in order to pass the JEE entrance exam with good scores. Practice hard to score well in this examination.

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