IITs, NITs, IITs and more the scientific institute which are organized with the help of central government. (Central funded technical Institute), to have entry in this institute for doing bachelor engineering courses, it has become only one joint exam from 2013. Some people will call this exam as Indian science engineering eligibility test (ISET) and also as National joint exam. Whether it is called in any name, it is confirmed that the exam will be one in 2013. Now it has been under discussion throughout the country that how the exam will be? What are the uses? After exam how the selections for related institutes are done? Are the doubts which are under discussion? At this situation. Let us have a focus on the national joint entrance exam rules and procedures in detail.
In the Institutes which are under central government, the result of first use because of joint exam to the students is the time and money will be saved. At present for the entry in other central government related educational institutions in counts of 10 the entrance exams are conducted. For this there are special registration, fees and various dates. There will be a full stop for all these by ISET. As a result the time and money of students will be saved. Apart from all these most importantly mental pressure because of exams that is conducted in various methods will be relieved.
How it will be?
When it is confirmed that the entry for bachelor engineering in central government institutions is national joint exam the first question that is arising in students is how the exam will be? Till how as it is said that the exam will be conducted in two papers. They are JEE-main and JEE-advanced. Both will be on the same day (main-Morning, Advanced-Afternoon) it will be there. The duration of each paper will be 3 hours. Both papers will be conducted in objective-type only. In the first paper (main) the questions will be based on testing the student’s fundamental level awareness in maths, Physics and chemistry. In the second paper (advanced) the questions will be based on testing the ordinary complete Intelligence. And these are also asked from maths, physics and chemistry.
At present the syllabus which is there for IIT-JEE, AIEEE will be same for joint exam also. At this situation, the syllabus will be based on 10, +2 level topics. Qualification related also will be same as before. But for ISET-2013, it is decided that 40% marks in intermediate is fixed as minimum qualification.
Admissions through online counciling:-
A student who remains till the last stage in the joint exam are given seats through online counciling for this the candidates must register after the exam results. Those students who are getting ranks to join in three types of institutes like IIT, NIT and IIIT they should say their during registration itself.
At present only two medium:-
The exam which is conducted decided to conduct at national level, at present it is decided to conduct only in two mediums English and Hindi. If it is decided to conduct this exam in their state native languages by state government, there is a chance to conduct in their native languages. It should be said during registration time itself that in which language they must write the exam.