JEECE Admit Card 2020

The JCECEB (Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Exam Board) conducts the JEECE. The JEECE stands for Jharkhand Engineering Entrance Competitive Examination, which is a state-level examination for all the students pursuing B. Tech. Courses in the engineering colleges of Jharkhand. After the completion of the application process, the JCECEB will release the admit card, 4 days prior to the examination. The candidate cannot enter the examination hall without the admit card. The admit card will be made available only through the online mode. It will not be available through post or online mode. The candidates have to keep their admit cards from the examination to the admission process to check all the important details.

JEECE 2020 important dates table

Candidates must have an idea of the tentative dates to avoid missing out on any important event. The dates for the JEECE examination are:

JEECE 2020 important dates table

Event

Date

Release of application form

12.06.2020

Last date for registration

03.07.2020

Release of admit card

4 days prior to the exam date

Examination date

3rd week of July

Starting of the counselling process

To be announced

 

Steps to download JEECE admit card

To download the JEECE 2020 admit card, following the below-given steps:

  • Visit the main website.

  • Once the page opens, click on the option “JEECE 2020 Admit Card”.

  • Select the examination that you are appearing for. 

  • After this, the login page opens up.

  • Enter login credentials, including the id and the password. 

  • Further, download the admit card and get the printout.

  • The candidates are required to keep a hard copy of the admit card during the examination.

Details mentioned on the JEECE admit card

Candidates need to bring admit cards as it's the most essential document when appearing for the examination. All the details included in the admit card are mentioned below: 

  • Name of the candidate

  • Father’s name

  • Date of birth

  • Category

  • Date and time of the examination

  • Roll number of the candidate

  • Category

  • Subjects and the course applied for

  • Photograph of the candidate

  • Address of the examination

Documents to be carried along with the JEECE admit card

It is mandatory for the candidates to carry all the required documents along with the admit card. The list of documents required include:

  • ID proof: The candidates must carry any of the following documents. However, it is often recommended to carry the Aadhar card. The list of valid ID proof include:

    • Voter ID
      Driving license

    • Aadhar card

    • Passport 

  • Photographs: The candidate must carry a copy of the same photograph as attested in the admit card.

  • Stationery: Carry all the stationery requirements, as the provision for the same won’t be made in the examination hall.

Primary features of the JEECE 2020 admit card

  • Keep the admit cards safe until the results. 

  • Candidates should not bring any other paper or documents, as mentioned above.

  • Reach the examination centre 45 minutes prior to the examination.

  • Visit the official website of JCECEB for regular updates on the examination.

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. In how many cities does the JCECEB conduct the examination?

The candidate can choose the examination while filling the application form. The exam will be conducted in three cities, which include:

  • Ranchi

  • Dhanbad

  • Jamshedpur

There are a total of 1550 seats available in all colleges including all the categories. Also, the seats are provided on the first come first serve basis.


2. Who conducts the JEECE and what is the exam pattern?

The official body which conducts the JEECE examination is JCECEB (Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board). The exam consists of three subjects, namely, physics, chemistry, and mathematics. It is advised that the students check the syllabus beforehand to have an obvious idea of what to study. The exam duration will be 3 hours, in which the student has to complete 150 questions. 50 questions for each subject. The medium of examination is offline and is conducted in both English and Hindi languages. For every correct answer, the students gain +1 mark, and for every wrong answer, the student loses -0.25 marks.