JCECE Medical 2016 Exam pattern
JCECE Medical 2016 Exam Pattern- Examination paper’s questions will be based on the syllabus of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. According to JCECE Medical 2016 Exam pattern there will be 50 objective type questions in each Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Bio-technology. Duration of the examination will be 3 hours. Syllabus of JCECE Medical 2016 will be same as the common syllabus notified by the CBSE. JCECE Medical 2016 will be conducted at approximately 6 exam centres. Applicants who have applied for JCECE Medical 2016 can check exam pattern of JCECE Medical 2016 from this page.
Highlights of JCECE Medical 2016 Exam pattern-
JCECE Medical 2016 is a pen-paper based examination
Question paper will be in both English and Hindi language
Exam will be conducted in two slots
First slot question paper will be based on Biology. Duration of first slot is 1 hours and there will be 50 questions
Second slot question paper will be based on Physics and Chemistry
Duration of second slot is 2 hours. Question paper will consist of total 100 questions
JCECE Medical 2016 question paper will have objective type questions with single correct answer
- Every question carries one mark
Aspirants will get one mark for each correct answer and 0.25 marks will be deducted from total score for every incorrect answer
More than one answer indicated a question will be deemed as incorrect response and will be negatively marked
Instructions to be followed in JCECE Medical 2016 examination hall-
Candidates are suggested to report at the examination centre at least 30 minutes before the commencement of the class
A seat will be allotted to the candidate according to their roll numbers
Candidates can carry admit card and ball point pens of good quality inside the examination hall. Any other material such as text books, calculator, mobile phone or other electronics are not allowed in JCECE Medical 2016 examination hall
Applicants are suggested to read all instructions printed on the admit card of JCECE Medical 2016 and OMR sheet carefully
JCECE Medical 2016 is scheduled to be conducted on June 12, 2016. Candidates who qualify and secure a rank in JCECE Medical 2016 merit list will be considered for counseling and further admission process.
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Questions related to NATA
when nata exams are conducted during 12th or after ? and do i need to get into another college for giving nata exam?
National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) is a national level UG exam that is being conducted by Council of Architecture (COA) for admission of studnets to 5-year B.Arch and B.Planning programmes.
You can give this exams if you have passed 10+2 level or equivalent from a recognised board or you should have passed 10+3 Diploma Examination with Mathematics as compulsory subject to be eligible for this exam.
Yes, you can give this exam during your 12th Standard and you are not required to get into any other college for giving NATA Exam.
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Im currently in class 12 and Ive decided to drop a year. I want to prepare for Architecture through NATA and other exams, but I havent had any coaching for it. Is it possible for me to attempt it or am I too late?
Taking a drop after class 12th is a big decision . ... We have always been led to believe that dropping a year means that On the other hand, if you are aspiring to crack JEE, NEET or any other ... entrance exams ; You haven't prepared for entrance exams till now ... That is not to say that it is impossible .
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I would like to pursue architecture.. But i have not given B.arch as an option in KEAM. But have registered for NATA. Is KEAM necessary for admission in GOVT. colleges in Kerala?
KEAM authorities does not conduct any separate entrance exam for KEAM B. Arch admission.
The Authorities prepare the KEAM B. Arch rank list by giving equal weightage to the marks obtained in the NATA entrance examination so you don't need to worry and you just have to score well in NATA.
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Sir I have 64 percentage in board 96 percentile in jee paper 2 b arch, and 110 in Nata then will I get NMIMS Mumbai for b.arch (that is) balwant Shet college of architecture? plz reply
Balwant Sheth School of Architecture is a constituent of SVKM's NMIMS for the architecture course. The selection process is based on NATA and JEE MAIN PAPER-2. The minimum criteria for this college is 50% marks in 10+2 th level with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
To be eligible for admission in this college, candidates must have 70 marks out of 200 in NATA.
details about NATA entrance exam
National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) is a national level undergraduate exam which is conducted by Council of Architecture (COA) for admission to 5-year B.Arch and B.Planning programmes. Through NATA 2020, candidates can get admission into B.Arch/B.Plan programme offered by Government, Government-aided, Private Unaided, University Departments and Deemed Universities of the country. Previously NATA was conducted once every year, but from 2019, the exam is conducted twice a year - first on April and the second on July.
NATA 2020 eligiblity criteria revised, candidates who have secured the passing marks in class 12 with PCM or 10+3 diploma with Mathematics will be eligible for admissions.
For rest of the information you can visit their official site.
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