The Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) from 2014 is going to be the pioneer of major entrance examination in India by keeping its Application Process completely online.
To make the whole pre-exam process a paperless work, JEE administration will make use of technology, so much so that the signature or thumb impression, passport sized photograph does not need to be send to JEE offices. Though these pre-requisites are compulsory but now JEE aspirants will have to only scan and upload them while applying for the exam.
For 2014 admissions, the online application will commence from November 15.
The applicants are required to have pre-arranged JPEG format passport sized scanned image, Thumb impression or signature scanned image falling in the asked size, as mentioned under JEE application rules. These identities need to be uploaded on their official website after the applicant fill the form, followed by paying fees online using debit/credit card.
After successful submission of online Application form, an acknowledgement slip will be mailed to you and will also be generated right after the successful application process. Students need to keep that slip safely for future reference.
For the matter of exam fee payment, another mode of offline payment can also be availed. For this, an online e-challan will be generated while filling application form through which fee payment can be made at any branch of the banks enlisted.
To know detailed procedure and terms an official confirmation and notice is yet to be put up on the online information bulletin of JEE.
The students seeking admission in state engineering colleges of Odisha, Gujarat, Maharasthra, etc. will now have to apply for JEE (main). Appearing in JEE (main)is also mandatory, if aspirant is seeking admission in NITs, IIITs and other centrally funded technical institutions.
JEE Paper-I shall be for BE / B.Tech, while Paper-II shall be for B.Arch / B.Planning, each having exam duration of 3 hours. Paper-I will be available in both offline and online modes, however Paper-II will only be in offline mode.
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