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The Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examinations (JAKBOPEE) has announced to conduct the J&K BPEE CET 2015 Exam on May 30 and 31, 2015 for admissions to undergraduate Engineering candidates at Participating Colleges of J&K BPEE. Candidates can check all the exam-related details, including application form, eligibility criteria, selection procedure, paper pattern and important dates below on this page.J&K Board of Professional Entrance Examination Common Entrance Test - J&K BPEE CET 2015
J&K BPEE CET 2015 Application Formis now available in online mode from February 17 to March 11, 2015. Interested students can apply online below to appear for J&K BPEE CET 2015.
Application Mode - Online
J&K BPEE CET 2015 Application Fee- Rs.1000
Payment Mode- HDFC integrated Payment Gateway, which can be used to make payment with any national Credit Card/Debit Card/Net Banking or by online generated Bank Challan of J&K Bank/HDFC Bank.
|Online Submission of Application Forms||February 17, to March 11, 2015|
|Receipt of Application Forms||February 18, to March 11, 2015|
|Receipt of Application Forms with late fee of Rs.1000||March 12 & 13, 2015|
|Application status||March 19, 2015|
J&K BPEE CET 2015 Eligibility:
J&K BPEE CET 2015 Selection Procedure:
The selection procedure is based on the scores obtained by the candidates in J&K BPEE CET 2015. The exam authority will announce the cutoff based on the performance of the candidates in the entrance exam, and on the basis of cutoffs, admissions will be done.
J&K BPEE CET 2015 Exam Pattern:
|Paper 1- Physics and Chemistry||120 (60 marks for each subject)||2 hours|
|Paper 2- Mathematics||60||1 hour|
|Total||180 marks||3 hours|
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