Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Odisha DET 2014 - Diploma Entrance Test 2014 for Admission to Oiploma Courses in Odisha

DET 2014 or Diploma Entrance Test (DET) 2014 is being conducted by Directorate of Technical Education & Training, Odisha for admission of students to various diploma courses in engineering, architecture, technology, and other non-engineering subjects in different colleges in Odisha. The course is also considered for lateral admissions to 2nd year (3rd semester) engineering technology in different government sponsored as well as private engineering and polytechnic schools.
Important Dates
The important dates as announced by DTE&T, Odisha are given below:
10-03-2014 to 25-04-2014
Filling of online application form of Odisha DET 2014
18-05-2014 (10:00 AM to 12:30 PM)
Diploma Entrance Test (DET-2014) for admission to 1st Semester Diploma in Engineering
18-05-2014 (02:00 PM to 04:30 PM)
Diploma Entrance Test (DET-2014) for admission to 3rd Semester- (LE), Film &TV and other Non-engineering courses
Eligibility Criteria
For admission to 1st Semester diploma in Engineering & technology
The applicant must have passed HSC examination conducted by BSE, Odisha, or any other equivalent board with minimum 35% marks in aggregate and 30% marks in the qualifying exam with Science, Mathematics and English.
For admission to 1st semester/1st year diploma non-engineering subjects
The applicant must have passed 10+2 examination from CHSE, Odisha or any other equivalent board in any branch (Science/Arts/Commerce) with at least 30% marks (for Modern Office Management) or 35% marks ( for Hotel Management and Catering Technology), with 30% in every subject in the qualifying examination.  
Pharmacy aspirants should have passed the +2 Science exam from CHSE, Odisha or its equivalent board with 35% aggregate in Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Mathematics as approved by PCI and 30% marks in each of the subjects in the qualifying exam.
For admission to 1 year diploma courses in Film & TV
Biju Pattanaik Film & Television Institute of Orissa (BPFTIO), Cuttack offers diploma in various film & TV courses such as cinematography, sound & TV engineering. For admission to these courses the candidates should have cleared 10+2 in Science from CBSE, ICSE or any state board with at least 35% aggregate.  However, students with commerce and arts background are eligible for the Film & Video Editing course, provided they are through with at least 35% aggregate.  
Application Process
Interested candidates can apply for DET-2014 by visiting the official website of DET 2014.  The website has separate links for filling Online Application Form and Information Brochure. Application is through online mode only. The application fee varies category wise and can be paid through different modes such as net banking, debit card, e-challan or credit card at any Axis bank or IDBI bank branch. The application fees are as given below:
  •        Rs.450/- Male candidates
  •        Rs.350/- Female candidates       
  •         Rs.250/-  SC/ST/PH candidates 

Monday, April 14, 2014

GEEE 2014 - Admissions Open for Various B.Tech Courses at Galgotias University through GEEE 2014

Galgotias University, a privately owned university at Greater Noida, is now named among the leading learning centers of the National Capital Region (NCR). The university announces admissions to the B. Tech programs for the academic year 2014-15. The interested students can apply for the B. Tech/B. Tech (Honors) courses at the Schools of Engineering at Galgotias University.
The examination centers for GEEE 2014 are Delhi & NCR, Chandigarh, Hyderabad, Bhopal, Jaipur, Dehradun, Guwahati, Jammu, Lucknow, Kanpur, Varanasi, Gorakhpur, Aligarh, Patna and Ranchi.
Important Dates
  • Online application form commencement date: Jan 20, 2014
  • Last date for application: May 20, 2014
  • Examination date: June 8, 2014
  • Announcement of results: June 16, 2014
  • Application Fee: Rs.750 (Non-refundable)
  • University website: http://www.galgotiasuniversity.edu.in/

The applicants can fill the online form through E-Banking, and make payments through debit card/net banking and a challan from State Bank of India.
The applicants would need to keep their GEEE 2014 Admit card safe for counseling and until the admission process is completed.
Eligibility Criteria 
The applicants should have passed 10+2 or its equivalent examination with a minimum of 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The students who are appearing for the abovementioned examinations in March / April 2014 are also eligible to apply.   
Exam Pattern
GEEE 2014 is a Pen and Paper Based Exam and the duration of the examination is 90 minutes. The question paper would include multiple-choice questions and every question will have 4 options to choose with no negative marking. The syllabus is based on that of State Board of Higher Secondary Education and Central Board of Secondary Education.
The question paper is divided into three sections, which are Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The admit cards can be downloaded from the GU website or can be received by e-mail. To appear for the GEEE 2014, the candidates should have a valid GEEE 2014 Admit Card, and a valid photo ID. For complete details, you can visit the official website of Galgotias University.
The candidates are required to submit their relevant original documents to admissions office for verification, which obviously include original mark sheets, migration certificate, and others, as specified.

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Friday, April 11, 2014

JEE Advanced 2014 Exam - Notification, Important Dates, and Preparation Tips!

Students, who dream about becoming engineers and carve a niche for themselves in civil, electrical, electronics and many such fields, eye the very prestigious Indian Institute of Technology (IITs) in every sense. The dream of few students of becoming a part of the institute of such stature may soon meet its reality in May, 2014 as the date of exam for JEE Advanced 2014 is on the floor.

JEE Advanced: A Quick View & Important Dates

This exam, JEE Advanced 2014 is for those students who will be clearing the JEE Main, which is just few days away. The aspirants who would be clearing this very last examination will be eligible to get admissions to any of the 6 IITs and ISM Dhanbad.

The selection will encompass only those candidates who would be securing the top 1.5 Lakh ranks in the JEE Mains exam. So, altogether this exam is going to be even more crucial than IIT Mains as this would be the final ticket to the destined IITs or the well-known Indian School of Mines.

The dates that aspiring students, who are preparing for JEE Advanced and AAT, should mark in their calendars are:

Students!! Block Some More Dates:

Right after the admissions, a time comes when students flock the college campus to know more about seat allocations and the merit lists that comes in parts or is set as per the ranking of each student.

It is for good that the examination authorities have publicized certain dates for the candidates, beforehand. These dates are related to the online disclosure of seat allocations at the 1st, 2nd and 3rd level.
  •     seat allocation (1st round):  July 1, 2014
  •     seat allocation (2nd round): July 7, 2014
  •     seat allocation (3rd round): July 12, 2014

Student Alert!! : Know the Information

1.      Method of Apply:

Right after the results of the JEE (Main) is declared, registration for the final, JEE(Advanced) commences. The process is done online and the mode of payment of fee is an e- challan, which is generated at the time of online registration. The candidates can visit nearest branch of State Bank of India and do away with the payment of fee.

The fee will be gender dependent for this exam and therefore, Rs. 2000 has been fixed for the male candidates and Rs. 1000 for the SC/ST/ PwD male candidates. There is no fee for the female candidates.

2.      Important Documents:

The candidates have to keep ready a stack of documents at the time of online registration. The mandatory documents are:
  •     Certificate reflecting the Date of Birth
  •     Class Xth certificate
  •     An image of the candidate’s signature in JPEG format
  •     Passport size photograph(JPEG format)
  •     The chosen language for question paper
  •     City/town chosen as examination center
  •     Certificate showing Category/Sub-Category
  •     Documents stating year of first attempt in JEE (Advanced), if applicable

3. Institutes Offering Admissions Other than IITs and ISM

There are some institutions that are offering admissions to the relevant courses by making use of the rank list of the JEE (Advanced) -2014. These institutes are Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology, Ratapur Chowk, Rae Bareli, UP, Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISER) and Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology Thiruvananthapuram.

4. Examination Cities:

As mentioned in the current disclosure, the cities that have been made available to the candidates, to choose from are:

5. IIT Bombay Zone

6. IIT Delhi Zone

7. IIT Guwahati Zone

8. IIT Kanpur Zone

9. IIT Kharagpur Zone

10.IIT Madras Zone

11. IIT Roorkee Zone

The aspirants can easily choose and go for any one of the centers that has close proximity to their vicinity or current dwelling locality.

Ticket to Final Destination:

The ticket of the voyage that can land you in the examination hall where the student will write away their future; YES!! The admit cards. The examination authority have listed that right after the successful registration and payment of the requisite fee through Bank, candidates will be able to download and print admit cards for JEE (Advanced)-2014 from May 11 to May 24, 2014 from the JEE (Advanced)-2014 portal.

In case of any inconsistency, candidates are required to bring the matter into the address of the Chairman, JEE (Advanced) of the Zonal IIT immediately, which should not be later than May 22, 2014. Moreover, in case the admit card is not available in the JEE (Advanced) website, candidates should be contacting the Zonal IIT through Phone/Email/Fax immediately, but not later than May 22, 2014.

So, gear up and prepare well as the stage has been set and awaits the best of your performances that can land you in the campus, you have always dreamt of.

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

7 Reasons Why Employers Don't Hire You

Ever wondered why after all those seemingly hundreds of resumes sent and job interviews attended during the past weeks or months, you're still unemployed? If you still haven't realized it until now, I'll tell you -- looks like you're in big trouble.

Employers and HR personnel always have reasons why they don't hire people into the company, regardless if they have a good background or the right skills fit for the posts. Sometimes, it's really all about just a single, particular mistake. So if you want to avoid those mistakes and never give the employer or the HR girl/guy the reasons to send away with "we'll call you, don't call us" parting words then read through and remember these things well.

Your Over the Top Confidence

Confidence is never a bad thing. But as they say, anything beyond moderation is bad for you. There is a very thin line between arrogance and confidence. Be very, very careful not to cross that string especially when you're in a job interview. Over the top confidence is one of the biggest reasons why employers turn down applicants despite their status and skills.

Awkward Timidity and the Opposite of the Above-Mentioned Reason

If it's not about confidence, it's often the opposite of it. Bosses and HR personnel most of the time look intimidating. But never let pressure and nervousness overcome you that you would look small and timid in their eyes. Don't feel like you're the only one in need of them. As a matter of fact, they need someone for that particular post, and it might be you if only you have enough confidence.

TMI (Too Much Information)

Yes, it is good that you're just enjoying the job interview and you're not so intimidated by the bosses. But sometimes too much confidence and comfort can still turn the situation into something bad, especially if you lose control yourself by not being able to keep your mouth shut. Just answer their questions as proper and as briefly as possible. Don't get into too much details and tell them about your pet dog or your grade school achievements (unless asked). They're not after your slam book answers after all.

Insufficient Communication Skills

Although not all jobs require good communication skills, it's still a big plus if you do have this. It is a good thing that you are able to express yourself especially during the interview. It's going to be a major turn off in their part if you will not be able to answer the interviewer's question well enough. And besides, a huge number of job posts anywhere in the world require good communication skills (both verbal and written), so it's really going to be an advantage if you know how to express yourself well. So start unearthing your writing skills for that best essay of yours and your sharp speaking skills to answer fast and intelligently.

You Don't Look the Part

Always dress up for an interview by the nature of the job you're going to apply for. More often than not, employers and HR people don't take applicants who dress up inappropriately for the job they are vying for. So if you want to be considered and taken seriously, learn how to dress for the part.

Not Enough Research

Your knowledge and research about the job post and the company is a vital factor when applying for a company position. Don't just rely on Google to give you everything that you need to know. Get up, get out and talk to people or observe somehow. If you step inside that conference room without enough bullets to fire when the interview starts, then you'll be dead meat for certain.

You're Late!

Never ever be late for an interview. Don't waste and rub other people's time just because you got up late or didn't prepare early for that vital job interview. Be there on time, or better get a quarter or a half before the said schedule.

Indeed, your skills or personal experiences matter when you're job hunting. However, the above mentioned factors should also be considered at all time for they can also affect your chances of getting hired. Reflect and tune yourself up first before you try sending another resume to another company.

About the author:
Katherine Smithson is a sophomore student who is trying to pave her way through the blogging realm. She is currently venturing modern writing and blogging in different websites and someday be able to make a name in the industry of blogging and writing per se.

Monday, April 7, 2014

AEEE 2014 - Amrita University Engineering Entrance Examination 2014

All the aspiring engineers, your wait to take the entrance exam for admissions in one of the top engineering colleges is over as Amrita Entrance Exam- Engineering (AEEE) is scheduled on April 13, 2014, Sunday. 

Since the last date of receiving the filled-in AEEE application form was March 31, 2014, no more applicants can apply for the entrance exam. So, all the lucky candidates who have not missed the deadline have the right time to gear up for the exam that is round the corner.

Conducted every year in 75 cities by Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham University, AEEE exam is taken by students who seek admission to its B. Tech. courses at the three engineering colleges of Amrita University located at Coimbatore, Bengaluru and Amritapuri.

About the Institute

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham is a reputed University in India set up in 1956. It offers research and higher education in Engineering, Social work, Science, Management, Medicine and Mass Communication. The University includes 5 campuses in different locations such as Kochi, Mysore, Amritapuri, Coimbatore and Bengaluru.
No. of Questions

A Sneak Peak at the Pattern of the Exam

The entrance exam (AEEE) is a 3 hour paper (10 AM to 1 PM), which tests the candidates on different subject areas- Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The question paper will include objective type questions followed by 4 options for the correct answer. The question paper will be in a common language- English.

Each right answer earns 3 marks. However, the aspiring candidates should remember that the entrance exam also includes negative marks (-1) for each incorrect answer.

If you have applied for the exam, you can download your exam hall ticket from the official website of the university ( as it will not be delivered by post. All you need to do is enter your Date of Birth and Application Number. For any information related to admission and entrance exam, you can call at (0422) 2685 169 on working days between 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

Click here for more details.

 About the Author:

Swati Srivastava is an experienced writer who writes on a wide range of educational topics. She uses her creative forces to write informative content on latest education news, study programs, and academic institutes.

Saturday, April 5, 2014

BVP Pune CET 2014 - Bharati Vidyapeeth (BVP Pune CET) Engineering Entrance Exam 2014

The Engineering Entrance Examination of the Bharati Vidyapeeth Pune (BVP Pune CET) is set to take place on May 15 2014. Read on to know more.

Examination Date (BVP Pune CET 2014): May 25 2014

The dates for the Bharati Vidyapeeth Common Entrance Test for B.Tech courses have been announced.

The examination will be held on May 25th 2014. Candidates will have to fill in the application form online. These forms will be available very shortly and the last date for the application of this examination is May 15 2014. The results of the examination will be declared on June 11 2014, followed by the counseling dates that have been fixed at June 26th 2014.

While last year the examination were held in multiple cities including Pune, Delhi, Hyderabad, Navi Mumbai and others; this time the examination centres are yet to be announced.

Required Qualifications

The qualifications required in order to appear for the examinations are explained below:

A candidate should have completed 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. While Physics and Mathematics are compulsory subjects, among the elective subjects, students can choose between Computer Science, Chemistry, Biology and Biotechnology. Candidates must have secured at least 50% marks in their board exams. Those who want to take admission to direct SE course, the applicant must have completed their Diploma in Engineering with first division from institutes recognized by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE).

Exam Pattern: Objective Type Questions; 100 marks each.

Payment Options

For payment, candidates can choose to fill the form online and make payments gateway using Debit or Credit Cards. The DD should be addressed in favour of “The Registrar, Bharati Vidyapeeth’s University” payable at Pune

Those who want to apply through slow post; they can send their draft at the following address:

The Admission Office,
Bharati Vidyapeeth University, Bharati Vidyapeeth Bhawan
2nd Floor Common Entrance Test (CET Dept)
LBS Marg, Pune 4110130
Tel Phone: 02024407131/132

Author Bio:
Sampurna Majumder is a professional writer and a passionate blogger. Currently she is writing content for several websites such as Shiksha.Com that cover latest trends related to education in India such as engineering and many others. The above post throws light on engineering entrance examination for BVP Pune (CET)

Thursday, April 3, 2014

Punjab JET 2014 - Punjab State Board Joint Entrance Test 2014

The Punjab State Board of Technical Education and Industrial Training, Chandigarh is conducting the Joint Entrance Test-2014 (JET-2014) for admission of students to various diploma courses in its affiliated colleges. The exam is taken by lakhs of students every year to gain admission to PSBTEIT affiliated colleges located in Chandigarh and Punjab. The admission to these colleges will be based on merit achieved in the entrance exam, and also the category wise rank. Reservation is according to the reservation policy of Govt. of Punjab/UT Chandigarh. 
Important Dates: The JET 2014 entrance exam will be held on 20th April 2014. The last date of applying was March 21. The exam will be conducted between 10:00 am to 1:00 pm in different examination centers that are located in Punjab & Chandigarh. 
JET Exam Pattern/Syllabus
The Joint Entrance Test will be conducted through a single paper comprising of 200 questions.  These 200 questions will be equally divided into five sections, namely English, General Awareness and Aptitude, Physics, Mathematics, and Chemistry.  
The test will have only multiple choice objective questions. The candidates can try as many questions as they want to as there is no provision of negative marking. Therefore, a good stroke of luck can also be a deciding factor.  Candidates will be required to answer on a pre-printed Optical Mark Reader (OMR) answer sheet. 
Eligibility Criteria: For the uninitiated, only candidates those who have passed matriculation or equivalent examination in Mathematics, Science (Physics, Chemistry) and English as main subjects are eligible for taking the examination. PSBTEIT recognizes all state boards and central boards such as CBSE/ICSE and National Open School.
Examination Result Date: As of now, the board hasn’t announced the exact examination result date.
For any queries, contact: 
Punjab State Board of Technical Education and Industrial Training, Plot No. 1A, Sector 36-A, Chandigarh. Tel: 0172 – 261538
Interested candidates can also visit the Board’s website for more information: www.punjabteched.com

WBJEE 2014 - West Bengal Joint Entrance Exam (WBJEE) 2014

The West Bengal Joint Entrance Exam (WBJEE) is a state level common entrance exam conducted by the West Bengal Joint Entrance Exam Board that allows admission to different under graduate programs in the field of engineering, medical, dental, architecture and pharmacy. The exam is valid through various universities, government colleges as well as private colleges. There will be four subjects on which the exam will be conducted; Biological Sciences, Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry.   

Categories of the Examinees

The examinees will be divided into three categories on the basis of courses offered. The categories will be classified as Type M, Type E and Type C. 

Type M: Students who are seeking admission to any of the medical, dental or Pharmacy College will be categorized under the type M. The subjects for type M examinees are biological science, physics and chemistry.

Type E: For courses related to engineering, technology, architecture and pharmacy applicants fall under type E. The subjects for type E examinees are mathematics, physics and chemistry.

Type C: For applicants who want to appear both for medical and technology exam fall under this category. They will have to write an exam for all four subjects that are biochemistry, physics, chemistry and mathematics. 

Criteria for the Examination

1.       Age Limit: The candidates must be 17 years or more of age as on December 31, 2014. There is no upper limit for the exam except for the candidates who apply for marine engineering. In this case the upper limit is 25 years as on July 31, 2014.

2.       Educational Qualification:

For engineering aspirants it is essential for the candidates to pass higher secondary education (10+2) from West Bengal council of higher secondary education or an equivalent exam from a recognized council or board. The candidates must:

  •    Have individual passing marks in all subjects
  •     Physics and Mathematics have to be compulsory 
  •   Pass the overall examination with 45% (40% for SC/ST/OBC quota)
  •    Individually pass in English with minimum 30% marks

Candidates who want to opt for marine engineering should have 60% overall passing percentage and minimum 50% in English.

Candidates who want to opt for architecture course must appear for NATA (National Aptitude Test in Architecture).

Medical aspirants must have individual passing marks in Physics, Chemistry, biology and English and minimum 50% (40% for SC/ST/OBC quota marks when Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together.  

Examination Dates
Date of Exam
Day of Exam
April 19, 2014
Biological Sciences
12:00-2:00 pm
April 20, 2014
9:30-11:30 am
April 20, 2014
12:30-2:00 pm
April 20, 2014
3:00-4:30 pm

Type of Exam: Multi-choice Questions
Negative Marking: For every incorrect answer, 33% marks will be deducted

Application Process

The application process is an online process which directs the candidate to fill the form correctly. The filled form needs to be posted to the Board Office by speed office. The conformation of the received form can be obtained at www.wbjeeb.nic.in. 

An admit card will be issued to each candidate with roll numbers and generated examination center for each candidate and a downloadable version will be uploaded on the webpage of the concerned candidate. The candidate must appear for the exam with a hard copy of the issued admit card. The admit cards will be available from April 2, 2014 at http://wbjeeb.nic.in/wbjeemapp/AdmitCard/AdmitCardInput.aspx


The exam is divided into four parts and there is a detailed syllabus for each subject. 


The tentative dates for the results of WBJEE-2014 is June 10, 2014

Author Bio: Akansha Arora is a professional writer and blogger. She is happy to pen down her views for various domains like career advice, real estate, matrimony and more that interest her. Follow her at akansha.arora2112@gmail.com

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Enroll Your Kid in to Dance Classes for Healthy Future

It has been researched that apart from basic academics, young children should also be enrolled for art and music classes. It becomes sole responsibility of the parents to ensure that students’ grooms well and effectively realize their dream goals. And to make it happen one, dancing and music can be a first stepping stone.
Kids dance classes

Dancing art form at a Glance

It has been debatable and many parents think how dancing helps their students in realizing their dream goals. Few have this apprehension that this form of art is connected to fun and entertainment and may distract students from their studies. But this is one side of the story. Many are unaware of health benefits allied to dancing and therefore conclude such notions.

Ideally dancing is the best thing you and your child can do to cope up with stress and other health disorders. The art form is found efficacious in augmenting creativity level of kids. Those students who are engaged in any kind of dancing form tend to learn different postures and gestures.  This enhances their personality and makes them presentable. Also dance classes are conducted in batches where an expert instructor guides students. So students develop compatibility and flexibility in nature.

Moreover their creativity and concentration power augments.

In nutshell dance has several benefits allied to it and offers numerous advantages not only to the students but also to young kids.

Teaching dance to kids

Dance lessons for kids are offered by numerous dance and music institutes. But teaching dance to young students is much difficult than adults. Some students may be shy, some may be naughty and some may be involved in kidding around entire time. Therefore it becomes ultimate responsibility of instructors to hold the attention of students and generate their interest in the art.

And to make session’s interactive and interest arousing instructors can follow simple and easy ways as in:-

Selection of Music: - Choose appropriate music that fits to the age group of kids you are teaching. Take up some kid’s songs. Tracks that are latest works well for young age where as songs that have popular music work are well with older children. Pick up variety of tracks with different moods and tempos.

Warm Up sessions:- Always start with some warm up sessions. Involve some easy exercises at the start that prepares their body for dance. Warm up sessions are important. So ensure that you incorporate it in your schedule.

Activities:- Once you are done with warm up activity, practice some other activities that encourage students to move around such as running, hopping, jumping, skipping. Doing all this will increases proper blood circulation and students’ heart rates will be desirable.

Play some beautiful piece of music with a rhythmic beat. Encourage students to move to the music. Find some easy way of teaching them like bending sideways like a tree, or hopping. All this molds kids at young and prepares them. These are elementary dancing steps that may be important when students move to higher and advance levels.

Challenge:- You can challenge students to reach the sky or bend waist. This will infuse fun at the same time students will be motivated to do as directed. Young children may encounter difficulty on learning but proper training over the period of time may help them learn.

Once the day’s session end, help students to relax and cool down at the end of the class. Play a piece of music that gets slower and slower. Inspire students to dance quickly at the start of the song that slows down with the music.

Author Bio:

Subhadra Bhadauria is a regular blogger. She holds passion for writing and compiles several articles on varied subjects like fashion, lifestyle, travel, Hip Hop dance styles, dance lessons for kids dubai which provide understanding of different topics like . She has completed her mass communication and engages herself in novel writings.

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

A Quick Purview of the JEE Main Offline Examination

Examination Date: April 6th 2014

The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is one of the most difficult engineering entrance examinations held in the country. The examination is held offline and the admission criterion to all undergraduate engineering programs at the IIITs, NITs and other technical institutes that are centrally funded. The basic educational requirement is 10+2 completed with Science (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics). JEE Main OffLine Exam is slated to be held on April 6, 2014. Paper 1 (B.E./B.Tech) will also have an eligibility test for the JEE (Advanced). This test is for the candidates who want to take admission in the IITs.

This year, the states of Maharashtra, Gujarat, Orissa and Nagaland have joined the bandwagon, thereby increasing the level of competition. Thus candidates seeking admission in technical institutes in these states will also need to fill in the JEE (Main) -2014 application form online. Even if you have to take the offline written test, you will have to fill the form online. The mode of examination is explained below:

  • Choice of Paper Mode
  • Paper -1 (B.E./B.Tech.) Pen & Paper Based
  • Computer Based Examination
  • Paper-2 (B.Arch./B .Planning) Pen & Paper Based
  • Both Paper -1 (B.E. /B.Tech.) & Paper-2 (B.Arch./B .Planning)
  • Pen & Paper Based For Both the Papers
  • Computer Based Examination for Paper — 1 and Pen and Paper based for paper 2.

This examination will also be held in the cities of Kathmandu, Colombo, Singapore, Dubai, Bahrain, Riyadh and Muscat. Candidates are allowed to submit only one application form. The fees for the examination may be paid either by debit card or credit card or even through the system of e-challan. These payments can be made in Canara Bank, ICICI Bank or Syndicate bank in cash.
Summing it up:

  • Candidates of JEE (Main) 2014 will have to apply online only. No printed application form is available for JEE (Main). 
  •  Ensure that you end up filling the genuine application form online and accurately. This year onwards, the application has been made completely online.  
  •  Also ensure that you end up fulfilling the eligibility criterion as it is laid down in the clause.

Author Bio: A professional writer and a passionate blogger, Sampurna Majumder loves challenges; little more than a year into new media, she has written several posts and blogs on various topics including education, especially management and engineering. The above post gives a quick view of the JEE Examination.

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