Jharkhand Polytechnic Result 2020

The Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (JCECEB) recently announced the tentative dates for the Jharkhand Polytechnic Result 2020. The board organizes the Polytechnic Entrance Competitive Exam (PECE) and the Jharkhand Engineering Entrance Competitive Exam (JEECE) for students who are interested in technical education for a diploma certificate or a degree in engineering. The exams are supposed to be held online, and the Jharkhand Polytechnic result will be announced by July. 

JEECE Result

The application form for JEECE was supposed to be released by the board in April; however, unavoidable delay in admission, they had been postponed. The exam helps students seek admission in BE or B.Tech courses in Jharkhand for 1550 seats. JEECE is conducted in English and Hindi languages, in centres across the state of Jharkhand. This examination is valid for both private and government institutions located in the state of Jharkhand. 

Along with this exam, students can apply, sit for, and await the Jharkhand Polytechnic Result. 

This exam requires basic knowledge of physics, chemistry, and mathematics and offers opportunities for diploma courses in electrical, civil, mechanical, computer science, automobile, mining, and computer engineering. The JCECE Board issued a notice stating how the Jharkhand Polytechnic Result 2020 is supposed to be out by late-July.   

JEECE Polytechnic Result Highlights

  • Exam Name - Jharkhand Engineering Entrance Competitive Exam (JEECE)

  • Exam Type - UG Level. 

  • Exam Level - State

  • Courses Offered - Bachelor of Engineering, Bachelor of Technology

  • Conducting Body: Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (JCECEB)

  • Application Mode - Online

  • Official website

How to Check Jharkhand Polytechnic Result?

The results for JEECE are supposed to be announced by the third week of July. The result is declared using a scorecard. Below are steps to follow for Polytechnic Result 2020: 

  • Go to the official JCECEB website. 

  • Head to the ‘Result’ section from the top row of the homepage. 

  • Select ‘Jharkhand Engineering Entrance Competitive Exam - 2020’ from the drop-down list named ‘Please Select Examination’

  • Enter the Application Number

  • Click on ‘Search’ 

  • The scorecard should be visible on the screen. 

Details mentioned on Jharkhand Polytechnic Result-

The Jharkhand Polytechnic Result shows each candidate the marks obtained depending on the correct answer and negative marking for every incorrect answer. The scorecard also mentions the rank obtained by the candidate based on the marks they scored. Candidates with higher marks in Mathematics, Physics, and age will rank higher if they scored the same marks with decreasing priority, respectively. 

The result also mentions the cut-off or the minimum marks required to qualify for counselling, and to be eligible for admission in the participating colleges. 

Rules For Re-Evaluation

The JCECEB will release an answer sheet, containing the correct answers for every question in the exam, before announcing the Jharkhand Polytechnic Result 2020. Candidates can look through this and estimate the marks they will be scoring. 

There are no provisions by the board for rechecking or revaluation of the student’s answer sheets under any circumstances. The marks announced in the results are going to be definitive and final.  

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. What are the eligibility requirements for this exam?

This exam is only applicable to students who are citizens of India and permanent residents of Jharkhand. The minimum age for application is 17, and there are no age limits to apply for the engineering courses. Candidates should have passed a 10+2 exam with a minimum of 45% marks for students in the general category and 40% marks for the reserved category from any certified board in India. Physics and Mathematics are compulsory subjects while they should also have either Chemistry/Biology/Biotechnology as one of their subjects.

2. What is the format of the exam?

The exam has a maximum duration of 3 hours or 180 minutes. Candidates must answer two papers. Paper-1 will contain questions from Physics and Chemistry and can be attempted for 2 hours. Paper-2 will have questions from Mathematics and will be for 1 hour. There will be 150 Objective Type, Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) carrying 1 mark for each. Incorrect answers will have negative marking of -0.25 marks for every wrong answer. Each subject will have 50 questions each. All questions will be based on the 10+2 curriculum of the Jharkhand State board.