The Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (JCECEB) is known to set the JEECE exam pattern. It stands for the Jharkhand Engineering Entrance Competitive Examination, which is conducted for entrance into the engineering colleges of Jharkhand for B. Tech courses. Usually, the exam was regulated via online mode; however, because of some reason, they will now conduct it in the pen-paper format in both English and Hindi languages. The examination will be conducted in three cities, namely, Jamshedpur, Ranchi, and Dhanbad.
The candidate must know the details of the marking scheme, which allows them to make a plan for attempting the questions. They must also know which subject they are the best and must begin with that section respectively to avoid losing marks. The details of the marking scheme are as follows:
There are a total of 150 questions. Each section has 50 questions of physics, chemistry and mathematics.
All the questions are of objective type.
For every correct answer, 1 mark is given. For every wrong answer, 0.25 marks are deducted.
For the questions left unattempted, there is no deduction.
Therefore, it is a better option to mark only those answers which you are sure of.
The candidate is required to mark the answers in the OMR sheet.
It is always a good idea to keep the syllabus of the examination handy for better preparation. The syllabus for JEECE is quite similar to the syllabus defined for class 12. The detailed syllabus for JEECE is as follows:
Relations and functions
Inverse trigonometric functions
Applications of derivatives
Application of the integrals
Vectors and 3-D geometry
Electric charges and fields
Electrostatic potential and capacitance
Magnetic effect of current and magnetism
Electromagnetic induction and alternating current
Dual nature of matter
Atoms and nuclei
Isolation of elements
D and F block elements
Haloalkanes and haloarenes
Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers
Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acid
Organic compounds containing nitrogen
Chemistry in everyday life
The JEECE exam pattern 2020 is as follows:
To avoid any last-minute problems and unforeseen issues at the examination centre, the candidate must follow these instructions:
Make proper arrangements of all the required documents and stationery materials well before the examination.
Reach the examination centre 45 minutes prior to the commencement of the examination.
Mark all the answers in the OMR sheet as directed, as these are checked by the machine.
Avoid carrying any prohibited items like mobile phones, watches, etc.
Read the question paper thoroughly to avoid making any silly mistakes.
Be calm and do not panic while giving the examination.
1. What is the registration fee for the examination and are there any seats for the reserved category?
The registration fee varies according to the category in which the candidate belongs. It includes:
The fees for the general and OBC category is Rs. 900.
The fee for the SC/ST is Rs. 450.
Yes, there are seats reserved for the candidates belonging to SC/ST category. It also depends on the college. However, the total number of seats allocated approximately to the candidates is 1550.
2. Which subjects are covered in JEECE and how many times is it conducted?
The subjects covered in the JEECE examination are physics, chemistry and mathematics. In each section, the student has to answer 50 questions, making it a total of 150 questions. All the questions asked are objective-type. Also, the exam is conducted only once every year. So, the candidates must give their best shot at one go. Make sure to check the official website of the JCECEB board for the regular updates on the examination.