JEE Main 2019: यहां देखें जेईई मुख्य परीक्षा 2019 की आधिकारिक अधिसूचना, परीक्षा तिथियां, योग्यता और अन्य विवरण ?

नई दिल्ली. JEE Main 2019: पिछले महीने एमएचआरडी (मानव संसाधन विकास मंत्रालय) ने घोषणा की कि अगले वर्ष से जेईई मेन (संयुक्त प्रवेश परीक्षा) एक वर्ष में दो बार आयोजित की जाएगी. अगले वर्ष से राष्ट्रीय परीक्षण एजेंसी (एनटीए) जेईई मेन परीक्षा आयोजित करेगी. एनटीए इस महीने के अंत तक जेईई मेन 2019 परीक्षा के लिए आधिकारिक अधिसूचना जारी करेगा. यहां पूरा विवरण दिया गया है.

जेईई मेन 2019 परीक्षा आधिकारिक अधिसूचना और परीक्षा तिथियां
राष्ट्रीय परीक्षण एजेंसी इस महीने या 1 सितंबर को पहली संयुक्त प्रवेश परीक्षा परीक्षा के लिए अधिसूचना जारी करेगी. टेंटेटिव शेड्यूल के अनुसार एनटीए 1 सितंबर से आवेदन पत्र जमा करने की प्रक्रिया भी शुरू करेगा. उम्मीद की जाती है कि एनटीए ऑनलाइन आवेदन प्रक्रिया शुरू होने से 1-2 दिन पहले जेईई मेन परीक्षा के लिए अधिसूचना जारी करेगी.

प्रक्रिया 1 सितंबर से शुरू होगी और आवेदन पत्र जमा करने की अंतिम तिथि 30 सितंबर होगी. जेईई 2018 मेन्स परीक्षा 6 जनवरी 2019 से 20 जनवरी 2019 तक आयोजित की जाएगी. संयुक्त प्रवेश परीक्षा का परिणाम फरवरी के पहले सप्ताह में होगा.

जेईई मेन परीक्षा के परिणाम की घोषणा के बाद जेईई मेन अप्रैल 2019 परीक्षा के लिए ऑनलाइन आवेदन प्रक्रिया शुरू होगी. जेईई मेन 2019 परीक्षा के लिए टेंटेटिव शेड्यूल के अनुसार ऑनलाइन आवेदन प्रक्रिया फरवरी के दूसरे सप्ताह में शुरू होगी. परीक्षा 7 अप्रैल से 21 अप्रैल, 2019 तक आयोजित की जाएगी. जेईई मेन 2019 जुलाई का परिणाम मई के पहले सप्ताह में होगा.

उम्मीदवार या तो एक परीक्षा या दोनों परीक्षा दे सकते हैं. इस परीक्षा में उम्मीदवारों को दी गई तिथियों से परीक्षा की तारीख चुनने का विकल्प होगा. जेईई मेन 2019 परीक्षा के लिए पाठ्यक्रम एक ही रहेगा. राष्ट्रीय परीक्षण एजेंसी ऑनलाइन मोड में मुख्य परीक्षा आयोजित करेगी और पेन .

जेईई मेन परीक्षा 2019 (जनवरी) टेंटेटिव शेड्यूल इस प्रकार है.

आधिकारिक अधिसूचना रिलीज- अगस्त या 1 सितंबर को
ऑनलाइन आवेदन- 1 सितंबर से 30 सितंबर
जेईई मेन परीक्षा परीक्षा- 6 जनवरी से 20 जनवरी
रिजल्ट की घोषणा- फरवरी के पहले सप्ताह
जेईई मेन परीक्षा- अप्रैल 2019
ऑनलाइन आवेदन जमा करना- फरवरी 2019 दूसरे सप्ताह
जेईई मेन के लिए ऑनलाइन परीक्षा- 7 अप्रैल से 21 अप्रैल, 2019
जेईई मुख्य परिणाम- मई 2019 के पहले सप्ताह में.

Thanks and regards.

Shivam Tiwari.

DU 7th cut-off 2018: Seats available in popular colleges ?

DU 7th cut-off 2018: The cut-off remains high with Miranda College demanding 96.25 per cent for English (Hons) while Ramjas has set 94.25 per cent for the general category.

DU 7th cut-off 2018:Delhi University has released the seventh cut-off for admission to undergraduate (UG) courses (based on merit) for the academic session 2018-2019. The candidates have to visit the respective colleges to complete the admission formalities on August 6, that is, Monday. The cut-off remains high with Miranda College demanding 96.25 per cent for English (Hons) while Ramjas has set 94.25 per cent for the general category.

At Gargi college, seats are still vacant for popular courses like BA (English), B Com. The cut-off for English (Hons) stands at 93.50 per cent and B Com stands at 95.50 per cent for general category candidates. Similarly, there are seats available in History (Hons). However, in popular colleges like Hansraj and Hindu college, seats are available for the reserved category candidates. In Kirorimal College, any candidate that has scored 94 per cent can take admission.

DU admissions 2018: Documents required.

. _Class 10 Board exam certificate (from any recognised Board).

._Class 10 Board exam mark sheet (from any recognised Board).

._Class 12 Board or Plus Two/ Inter exam certificate (from any recognised Board). If students haven’t received their certificates, then ensure to carry the provisional certificates given by the school.

._Class 12 Board exam mark sheet (from any recognised Board).

._Admission form print out.

._Reserved category certificates (in the name of the candidate) issued by the competent authority.

._Transfer certificate from school or college.

._Migration Certificate from Board or University.

._Passport size self-attested photographs.

._Original copy of the registration form.

._Pass certificate for Class 10 English (for students who did not appear in compulsory English).

Thanks and regards.

Shivam tiwari

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