The JCECE was created under Section 85 of Bihar Re-Constituted Act, 2000 by Government. The full-form JCECE is Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Exam which is a test for admission in various undergraduate engineering, medical and agricultural courses in government and private colleges of Jharkhand. Each year lakhs of candidates appear for Jharkhand CET exam for admission in top most government colleges and private medical/ engineering colleges in Jharkhand. This entrance exam is conducted by Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination board.
JCECE Eligibility criteria
The eligibility criteria details for JCECE test are:-
- Students appearing for the test must have passed/ appearing 10+2 exams with minimum aggregate of 45% (In case of reserved category is 40%) in subjects like Chemistry, Math’s/Biology, Physics.
- No age bar for appearing in the test, but for medical, forestry and agricultural programmes, minimum age limit is 17 years.
- The Student must be an Indian Citizen and local or permanent resident of Jharkhand.
- Student is required to show local or permanent residential certificate while in the time of counselling, issued by competent authorities only.
- Residential certificate given by any different authority will not be accepted and her/his claim going to be refused.
The JCECE Syllabus consists of:-
- Normally based on class 11 and 12 syllabus of NCERT and CBSE.
- Prefer to refer Books of NCERT for references for study
JCECE Exam Pattern
- The tests are conducted offline and the students are provided with OMR sheets.
- Students are required to darken the circle for their answers in the exam.
- The test will have three sections.
- These sections are physics, chemistry and maths.
- Fifty (50) questions will be given for each section.
- 150 questions will be in total.
- For every correct answer 1 mark will be provided to the student.
- Negative marking of ¼ marks will deduct from student’s score for each wrong answer.
- Question not attempted will not have negative marks.
- The total time provided to students is two and half hours to complete the exam.
JCECE Tips for Preparations
- Make a study plan and stick to the plan always.
- Take advises form seniors and Teacher is very much advisable.
- Try to understand the topics very clearly and in your own words.
- First try to attempt those questions which you are confident of and then try the other questions.
- Study NCERT books for guide and reference.
- Study thoroughly the class 11 and 12 books for the exam.
- Try to improve your speed by setting daily goals for time improvement.
- Practice several scanners.
- Practice MCQ’s as much as you can.
- Study only which is relevant to the exam and with great discipline.
- Take a very good care of yourself.
- Try to eat healthy foods and avoid junk foods, and have light meals.
- Try to find out your most peak time to study.
- Begin before time as possible.
- Try to avoid late night studies.
- Sleep at least 6-8 hours for proper functioning of daily activities.
JCECE Recommended Books
JCECE best books for Physics
- Problems in General Physics authored by I. E. Irodov
- Physics by H.C. Verma
JCECE best books for Maths
- Vectors written by Shanti Narayana
- Maths authored by R. S. Aggarwal
JCECE best books for Biology
- Pradeep’s Biology book
- Botany by A.C. Dutta
JCECE best books for Chemistry
- Chemistry authored by P. Bahadur
- Organic Chemistry written by Dr. R.K. Gupta
JCECE best books for Practice
- JCECE- MEDICAL: 13 Years (from 2002 to 2014) Solved Papers with 5 Mock Tests (English); Arihant Publisher
- 12 Year’s Solved Papers (from 2002 to 2013) & 5 Mock Tests of JCECE for Engineering; Arihant Publisher
JCECE Study Plan
Wake up at 5 am and start your studies from 6:00 am to 9:00 am; then have your breakfast and take little rest. Resume your studies from 9:30 am to 12:00 pm. Then have your lunch and sleep for an hour than wake up at 2:00 pm and practice as much as MCQ’s as possible keeping time in mind till 5:00 pm. Now take a tea/ coffee and then resume your studies from 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm. Have your dinner and it should be light so that you do not feel sleepy. Start your MCQ’s practice for an hour from 10:00 pm than resume your studies till 12:00 am. Then go to sleep for starting your day next in manner.
JCECE Previous year cut off mark- category wise
The cut of marks for previous year General category candidates are 750, for OBC (BC-2) category students are 1000, for OBC (BC-1) category students are 2000, cut off SC category students are 3000 and for ST category are 7200.
JCECE Previous year’s important dates
|Starting date for Application form||7th April 2015|
|Last date for submitting application form||2nd May 2015|
|Last date for online submission of fees||30th April 2015|
|Date on which admit card is made available||11th May 2015|
|Examination date||14th May 2015|
|Result was declared on||End of May.|
Official Website: jceceb.jharkhand.gov.in/