JEECE 2019 Exam Format informs aspirants about all the important aspects of exam like the method and period of the test, types of questions asked, and subjects. Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (JCEEB) will announce the exam format of JEECE 2019 in advance so that aspirants can prepare accordingly.
JEECE 2019 is an offline or pen-paper based test and it will have three sections in English and Hindi. The exam is held in 2 sessions and questions from Mathematics/Biology, Chemistry and Physics will be asked. The question paper will have 150 questions and these will be MCQ type. The time period of the question paper will be 180 minutes.
It is a state level examination via which aspirants will get admission into different engineering courses provided by various colleges and institutions across the Jharkhand state. All candidates of JEECE 2019 must have all the basic idea about the test. All important details regarding JEECE Exam Format 2019 have been mentioned further in the article.
|JEECE Exam Date||May 2019|
|Method of Exam||Offline, Pen-Paper based test|
|Number of papers||2 (Paper 1- Physics, Chemistry and Paper 2- Mathematics)|
|Period of exam||3 hours (Paper 1 – 2 hours; Paper 2 – 1 hour)|
|Number of questions||150 MCQs in each paper (Paper 1- 2 hours; Paper 2- 1 hour)|
|Marking Scheme||+1 marks for every accurate response -0.25 mark for every inaccurate response|
|Language of paper||English, Hindi|
JEECE 2019 is scheduled to be held in the first week of May 2019 tentatively. It will be held in two sessions on the same day. The table given below offers a brief of the paper-wise JEECE 2019 Exam Format. Aspirants get 150 minutes time period to clear each paper. JEECE 2019 includes 2 papers, paper-1 of which consists of questions from Physics and Chemistry while Paper-2 consists of questions from Mathematics.
|Paper I/II||No. of questions||Time issued (in minutes)||Max. Marks|
Important Topics in Chemistry
|Basic Concepts and Atomic Structure||Periodic Properties of Elements and Hydrogen||D-Block and F-Block Elements||Coordination Compounds and Organometallics|
|Bonding and Molecular Structure||S-Block Elements and Principles of Metallurgy||Thermodynamics||Redox Reactions and Electrochemistry|
|States of Matter||P-Block Elements||Chemical Equilibrium||Hydrocarbons|
JEECE Physics Important Topics
|Introduction and Measurement||Description of Motion in 1,2, 3 Dimensions||Laws of Motion|
|Work, Energy, and Power||Optics||Electromagnetic Induction|
|Oscillations and Waves||Mechanics of Solid and Fluids||Present Electricity|
Important Topics for JEECE Mathematics
|Sets, Relations and Functions||Trigonometric functions||Statistics and probability|
|Permutations, Combinations||Lines and Family of lines||Functions, Limits and continuity|
|Matrices and Determinants||Circles and Family of circles||Differentiation|
|Differential Equations||Indefinite Integrals||Definite Integrals|
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JEECE will have MCQ type of questions and all the questions will carry 1 mark each. Here is JEECE Marking Scheme for your reference:
The level of questions asked in JEECE is set as per the standard or Higher Secondary or equivalent exam. Every year the questions are asked in the same level of difficulty and all the papers have various sets. If we talk about the overall section-wise analysis of JEECE exam format, following table will explain it further.
|Subject||Number of Questions||Time (Min)||Difficulty Level|
Aspirants are advised to read important instructions and dos and don’ts at JEECE Exam Day:
Ques: When should a test taker report to the test center?
Ans: Test takers must report to their situated test center 30 minutes prior to the scheduled time mentioned on their confirmation e-mail.
Ques: Is qualifying in each subject is necessary?
Ans: Yes, aspirants who fail to qualify minimum one question in each subject will be automatically disqualified.
Ques: Will the syllabus of JEECE 2019 change this year?
Ans: No, JEECE 2019 Syllabus will remain the same. The exam will include multiple-choice questions that comprise Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics or Biology.