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JEE Main 2014 Selection Procedure: Online Application to Seat Allotment

Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) 2014 will have two steps:

JEE Main 2014: Step 1 of the exam, it will screen candidates for admission to undergraduate engineering and architecture programs of all the institutes participating in the exam other than the IITs and ISM Dhanbad. Two papers will be conducted in the JEE Main exam:

JEE Main 2014 Selection Procedure

  • Paper 1 for B.E. and B.Tech aspirants, 

  • Paper 2 for B.Arch and B.Planning aspirants. 

The States of Gujarat, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Nagaland and Odisha have joined  the JEE Main system and hence, their respective state-level entrance exams have been scrapped off. Engineering colleges in these states will use JEE Main scores for admitting students.

JEE Advanced 2014: Step 2 of the exam, it will be conducted only for Top 1,50,000 students in the JEE Main Merit List who will also be in Top 20 Percentile of their respective boards in their Qualifying Exam.
IIT JEE 2014 Selection Procedure started right from the time its online application form was released on the JEE Main official website on November 15, 2013. Earlier, the last date to submit online application form was December 26, 2013. But now, the date has been extended to January 6, 2014.

Online Application Procedure

Students should only apply for the exam only if they meet the selection criteria for JEE Main 2014 as well as the criteria laid down by participating NITs, IITs, Centrally Funded or State Funded Institutions or other State-run and Private Engineering Colleges. 

The JEE Main application fee for the pen-and-paper based Paper 1 or Paper 2 exam is Rs 1,000 for General Category male candidates and Rs 500 for all the other candidates while the fee for the computer-based Paper 1 or Paper 2 exam is Rs 600 for General Category male candidates and Rs 300 for all other candidates. 

General Category male students who choose to appear both for Paper 1 and Paper 2 exams in offline mode will have to pay Rs 1,800 while those who choose to appear for online Paper 1 exam and Paper 2 exam which will only be conducted in the offline mode will have to pay Rs 1,400. Rest of the students will have to pay Rs 900 and Rs 700 respectively to exercise these options.  

For students abroad, General Category male students will have to pay Rs 2,500 while all the other students will have to pay Rs 1,250 for Paper 1 or Paper 2 exam. For both exams, General category students will have to pay Rs 3,800 while other students will shave to pay Rs 1,900.

Students can pay the fee through e-challan or by credit card and debit card (which include some additional charge along with taxes as applicable).

  • While filling up the form, students should make sure not to apply more than once. Candidates should fill up their names and names of their parents exactly as it appears in their Class 12 certificate without any prefixes of Mrs/Dr/ Mr/Col etc.

Apply for JEE Main 2014

  • The candidates have to retain the hard copy of the confirmation page generated online when they submit the application form. They should also make sure not to change their mobile number or email ID until seat allotment as they will receive all the important information of the exam through SMS or e-mail.

  • Students whose Class 12 results will be declared after June 25, 2014 should not sit for the exam as they have to upload their mark sheet on the official website by that date. In case they fail to do so, they will not be considered for All India Ranking or drawing up of JEE Main 2014 Merit List.

Eligibility Criteria for JEE Main 2014 

  • General Category candidates born on or after October 1, 1989 only are eligible for the exam. Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST) and Persons with Disabilities (PwD) candidates born on or after October 1, 1984 can appear for the exam.

  • Candidates who have appeared for Class 12 board exams and cleared them in 2012, 2013 or 2014 only can take JEE Main 2014. Hence, students have a maximum of three attempts – in consecutive years – in which they have to crack the exam.

  • Candidates must have at least five subjects in the qualifying examination. 

Institutes that will not take part in centralised counselling will draw their own ranking list and may have their own selection criteria.

Click here to know about selection criteria for different participating institutes!

Ranking Procedure of the Exam

OMR sheets of a student and answer keys will be published on the website during April 25-27, 2014. Students can challenge it by paying a sum of Rs.1000/- per question till 5 pm on April 27.

In JEE Main Result 2014 to be declared on May 3, 2014, actual marks of a candidate will be declared along with his or her status of qualifying for JEE Advanced.

  • For admission to engineering colleges (other than IITs), separate JEE Main rank lists will be published on  July 7, 2014 which will be prepared by giving 60% weightage to JEE Main scores of students and 40% weightage to their normalised scores in Class 12.

Click here to known the procedure for Calculating Percentile of a Student in Class 12 Board Exams and Normalization of Marks

Once the results are declared, students will be able to download their JEE (Main) 2014 Rank Card from the official website, which will contain All India Rank, State Rank and Category
Rank of a candidate with their Total Marks and Marks in each paper.

In case of a tie in the JEE Main Rank List, tie-breakers will be used in the following order: 

For B.E/B.Tech aspirants:

  • Students with higher marks in Maths will get a better rank,

  • If the tie is still not broken, students with higher marks in Physics will get a better rank,

  • If the tie is still not broken, students with higher normalized marks in the Qualifying Exam will get a better rank,

  • If the tie is still not broken, students having higher absolute value of the ratio between positive and negative marks in the paper will get a better rank,

  • If the tie is still not broken, students will be given the same rank.

For B.Arch/B.Planning aspirants:

  • Students with higher marks in Aptitude Test will get a better rank,

  • If the tie is still not broken, students with higher marks in Drawing Test will get a better rank,

  • If the tie is still not broken, students with higher normalized marks in the Qualifying Exam will get a better rank,

  • If the tie is still not broken, students having higher absolute value of the ratio between positive and negative marks in the paper will get a better rank,

  • If the tie is still not broken, students will be given the same rank.

 

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