JET is the entrance examination organized by the Jain University, Bangalore for the admission of its courses for UG and PG. JET holds for Joint Entrance Test. The application for the JET 2021, will be available from third week of December and the last date for the admission is soon to declare. JET is conducted online, as well as offline as per by the authorities.
Who is Eligible to Appear?
The eligibility criteria for the JET 2021 entrance exam are set by the university authorities. However, as through JET entrance, various courses are being offered to the students the eligibility criteria also vary as per the courses. Here is the detailed information related to eligibility as per different courses.
For B.Tech Course
1.Duration: 4 years (Full-time)
2.Educational Qualification: 10+2 pass out with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects alongside any of these subjects (Biology/Biotechnology/Chemistry/Technical Vocational subject)
3.Minimum mark: 60% in the mentioned subjects
For UG Courses
1. The candidate must have completed his/her 12th education or been waiting for the final result.
2. The candidate should have passed out from a recognized university from the respective stream.
3. The candidate must have secured at least 60% passing mark in the last institution.
(*Note: There is 5% relaxation in case of SC/ST candidates)
For PG Courses
1. The candidates should have completed his/her Bachelor’s degree with a duration of a minimum of 3 years.
2.Minimum passing mark: 50% in the final qualifying exam
(*Note: Candidates applying for any executive courses must have work experience with them)
Preparation Tips for JET
1. Time Allocation
Time management is the initial key for any preparation. The candidate should be aware of the syllabus, exam pattern and make a timetable to start preparations. Time allocations must be to every subject and prioritizing to the topics which are difficult can build confidence to clear the entrance.The timetable will help you to cover every aspect and you won't miss any important topic that is asked in the examination. Short study hours with short breaks will help for the final revision for the entrance.
2. Plans For Preparation
For the final preparation, the candidates must be ready to appear the entrance. The aspirants must gather the previous years' questions and also be familiar with the exam pattern. The candidate must now know his weak section or the topics and decide about the areas that needs more focus which could help him/her to gain scores better. The candidate can start preparations with easy topics and eventually moving on to the hardest ones.
3. Follow Good Study Material
The candidates must be thorough with the entrance paper for which the Mock Tests are the keys for the better results. A variety of preparation books are available over the market which the students can follow as accordingly to the understanding. In the ocean of the sources, the aspirants can decide and choose the respective books or follow the source, since familiarity also a concern for the aspirant which they will accept and follow.
4. Mock tests and Previous year papers
Practice is the key to success The mock tests are the best to analyze your performance. The previous years' questions papers will enhance and guide the aspirants for the rightful preparation. This will help to analyze your weak and strong areas and also the type of questions asked in the exams
5. Staying Healthy
Physical or mental stress will definitely invite problems to health at the end. The distractions must be starved and focus must be fed. Aspirants can go for meditation and yoga sessions which can help to focus and concentrate on the subjects. Proper sleep with a healthy and nutritious diet will help the aspirant in the long run.
6. Making Notes and Revision
Notes are the perfect way to remember and revise the chapters so that you do not waste your time on going through a particular chapter entirely again. Revision is the key no matter which exam you are preparing for. You might have studied the topics long back, but memories fade with time. So without revision, the learning process is incomplete. Keep making like list of formulas, equations, strategy of solving a question and important points that are beneficial for the exam. Also make notes for the key learnings and unattempted questions in the mocks so that you are aware of your mistakes and improve yourself throughout the preparation.
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