AIEEE

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AIEEE, JEE, GATE all these three seem to be very similar, as they all are engineering entrance examinations for graduation and post graduation courses. However these differ from each other, in my previous article I have already explained about GATE and JEE, you could visit our website www.careersamosa.com to know more about it. Today I would want to explain as to what is AIEEE?

AIEEE stands for All India Engineering/Architecture Entrance Examination. This too is an entrance examination that is conducted annually on a nationwide basis. This is an examination that is conducted under the supervision of the Central Board of Secondary Education.

This examination has been conducted from the year 2002, for the purposes of offering an opportunity to students to secure admissions in all the 5 IITs and the 30 NITs. The marks that are scored in the AIEEE examinations would  determine as to which institute would the candidate be admitted.

But from the year 2012 this exam has been defunct and is no longer held, but instead its got converted into JEE,  and as mentioned previously, please visit our website www.careersamosa.com for additional details.

Eligibility for JEE 2015 exams:

  • Candidate must have cleared 10+2 board exams or any other exam equivalent to it, from any recognised board in India.
  • Students of General category must have secure 50% or more in the above exams.
  • Students of ST/ST/OBC must have secure 40% or more in the above exam.

Number of Papers:

(a) Paper 1 for B.E. or B. Tech
(b) Paper 2 for B.Arch

The candidate has the option to appear for either one paper or both papers.

Nature and Patter of the Examination:

(a) Paper 1:

  • This paper is for B.E./ B. Tech. This paper consists of 3 sections Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics. All these 3 sections have equal weight age.
  • Question paper will be objective (MCQ) in nature where candidate would select one option from the given set of options.
  • For every wrong answer, ¼ marks would be deducted from score.
  • Paper 1 will consist of 3 sections, one for each subject.

(b) Paper 2:

  • This paper is for B.Arch/ B.Planning. This paper consists of 3 sections Aptitude, Drawing and Mathematics. However in this paper, the marks that are allocated to every section would vary accordingly every year.
  • Question paper will be objective (MCQ) in nature where candidate would select one option from the given set of options.
  • For every wrong answer, ¼ marks would be deducted from score.
  • Paper 1 will consist of 3 sections, one for each subject.

We hope the above article on AIEEE and JEE, will prove fruitful to all those seeking to know about engineering entrance examinations that are held in India, so as to pursue their further education in engineering. Please feel free to write back to us, we would like any suggestions or comments or even your feedback.

 

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