The joint entrance examination (JEE) is a national-level entrance examination that is conducted every year to get seats in IITs, NITs, IIITs, GFTIs, and government-aided engineering colleges across the country.
National Testing Agency(NTA) will release the eligibility criteria conditions for candidates appearing for JEE Main 2023 exam on their official website. These criterias include age limit, marks obtained in their respective board exams. Let us look into the details of each of these criterias in detail.
Candidates should abide by the eligibility criterias released by the NTA before applying for the exam. If the candidate does not qualify or meet the eligibility criteria then there are high chances of the application being canceled. It is a good practice to check if the candidate fulfills all the eligibility criteria requirements before filling the application form.
Candidates who appeared for JEE Main 2022 exam had no age limit. But students should remember that institutes that they are desiring to get admission for a degree program might have age restrictions.
Below is a list of qualifying exams that the candidate should have cleared to be eligible for appearing for JEE Main exam and those are
|1. Final exam of the 10+2 system||Conducted by any recognised Central/ State Board such as CBSE- Central Board of Secondary Education|
|2. Intermediate or 2 year Pre-University||Conducted by a recognized Board or a University|
|3. Final examination of 2 year course||Conducted by Joint Services Wing of the National Defence academy|
|4. Senior Secondary School exam||Conducted by National Institute of Open schooling with a minimum of 5 subjects|
|5. Public School/ Board/ University exam||Conducted in India or foreign country as equivalent to 10+2 system by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU)|
|6. Higher Secondary Vocational exam||Conducted by any recognized board|
|7. Diploma||Recognized by AICTE or State board of technical education with a duration of 3 years.|
|8. General Certificate Education (GCE)||Conducted at London/Cambridge/ Sri Lanka at the Advanced (A) level.|
|9. High school Certificate exam||Conducted by Cambridge university or International Baccalaureate Diploma of the International Baccalaureate Office, Geneva.|
|Eligibility criteria||Check box||Result|
|1. Qualifying exam||Dropdown with the list of qualifying exams||Show if qualified or not|
|2. State in which candidate took the class 12 exam||Dropdown with the list of states corresponding to the qualifying exams in that particular state||Show if qualified or not|
|3. Appearing for Paper 1 in JEE Main 2023 exam||Show if qualified or not|
|4. Appearing for Paper 2A in JEE Main 2023 exam||Show if qualified or not|
|5. Appearing for Paper 2A in JEE Main 2023 exam||Show if qualified or not|
This criteria was removed temporarily due to COVID 19 and if everything goes well then there is a chance of restoring the 75% eligibility criteria for students to appear in JEE main exam
The eligibility criteria of securing 75% in class 12 to appear in JEE Main exam was relaxed due to COVID-19, but for JEE main 2023 , NTA has not yet released the eligibility criteria conditions.
State of eligibility for this candidate will be Uttar Pradesh as NTA rules suggest that the state from which the candidate has passed class 12 will be taken into consideration.
Admissions to IIT,NIT will definitely consider a candidates class 12 exam score.
Candidates appearing for JEE Main 2023 examination must note down the following steps to complete the online application that will be officially released on the NTA website. For each session the application filling dates will be different. While filling the online application form there are 3 steps that need to be followed
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