Analysis of JEE Main 2016 Paper by Indian Express
ANALYSIS OF JEE MAIN 2016 PAPER
By Indian Express
The analysis done by Indian Express for JEE Main 2016 is very simple and of quantitative type in nature it provides with only general details regarding the the exam like number of students,number of test centers established with no insight to details of paper.
JEE Main 2016 examination has been conducted today at over 2000 centres across India and abroad. About 12 lakh students have appeared for Paper – 1 and Paper – 2 off-line mode. Aspirants had the choice to appear in any one of the two types of papers or both.
The Question Paper – I for B.E. / B.Tech courses in 2016 is similar to pattern of 2011 to 2015. Paper has objective type questions multiple choice with one out of four correct with equal weightage to Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
There are 30 questions each in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics with four marks for right answer and for each in-correct response, one-fourth of the total marks allotted to the question would be deducted from the total score.
Paper is balanced and is set from CBSE syllabus of Class XI and XII, however as expected many of the questions is conceptual with some needing analytical skills. About 27 questions are easy, 48 questions are of moderate difficulty and 15 questions are of relatively higher difficulty.
According to the FIITJEE, Director, RL Trikha, the paper was moderate with some sections easy and some tricky. “As in 2015, few questions in Physics are tricky and challenging but compared to last year this section is shade tough. Further Q. 84 (Set F) has two answers. One or two questions in Chemistry are tricky prima-facie. Compared to last year it is difficult. Q 17 (Ser F) appears to have no matching answer in choices given. Mathematics compared to last year is shade tough with few questions lengthy.”
Aakash Educational Services, Aakash Chaudhry, said, “In all the three subjects, five to six questions were framed quite differently. Few of them were also ambiguous. In Physics, there were two questions which had more than one correct answer, leaving students in a dilemma whether to leave it or attempt it. In addition, two questions were confusing and anyone who tried attempting them might have wasted fair amount of time.”
Mohit Sharma, a student found Mathematics paper lengthy. “Mathematics paper was good but lengthy. Chemistry paper was pretty memory-based. I found only one question a little difficult,” he said.
Admission in NIT’s / IIIT’s / DTU / CFTI’s and other allied institutes will be based on overall merit list comprising of 60% of JEE Main marks and 40 per cent of normalised Board marks.
Top 2 lakh candidates of JEE Main will be eligible to appear in JEE Advanced on May 23 to fight for one of 10,000 seats in the prestigious IIT’s / ISM Dhanbad.