NTA to Hold JEE Main and NEET Twice a Year Says Prakash Javedkar

In a rather abrupt manner, Mr. Prakash Javadekar, the Honorable Union Minister of Human Resource Development (HRD), Government of India, has confirmed that the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main and National Eligibility cum Entrance Examination (NEET) tests will be conducted twice every year starting 2019. Starting JEE Main 2019, NTA (National Testing Agency) will be the new organizing authority for these exams.

JEE Main and NEET are national level entrance exams for admission to undergraduate engineering and medical colleges in the premier colleges and universities of the country. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) was handling all the related exams till this year.

Besides these two examinations, NTA is also set to organize the Common Management Admission Test (CMAT), National Eligibility Test (NET), and Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test (GPAT) entrance examinations going forward.

The cabinet had given its approval for formation of NTA on 10th November, 2017 as per the notification published by Press Release Bureau of India. It was also widely speculated that JEE Main 2018 will be conducted by NTA.

Even after several reports published by popular newspapers and online portals, no official intimation came from either CBSE or MHRD, Government of India. However, after Prakash Javadekar’s proclamation on July 07, there is no doubt that NTA is the new organizing body.


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main changes introduced by NTA will include conducting the exam twice every year and switching the entrance exam from Pen and Paper based to online (Computer based) exam.

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NEET was conducted in the offline mode whereas candidates could opt to appear for JEE Main exam in either online or offline mode. Starting 2019, the aspirants can attend the JEE Main and NEET only in the online or computer-based mode. While the two sessions of the JEE would be conducted every year in January and April, those of NEET will take place in February and May. Candidates could attempt either one or both the exams conducted in a year for JEE Main or NEET.

One definite advantage of the new model for students is that their best scores from either of their attempts would be used to shortlist for seat allocation and counselling process. The Honorable Education Minister made the revelation during a press meet held at New Delhi on July 07, 2018.

NTA is not likely to introduce any significant changes to the syllabus, paper format, medium of examination, examination fee, and the other parameters. The move to conduct JEE Main and NEET twice will add an extra cushion who really panic during exams due to stress or low confidence.

Moreover, individuals, who would have missed any attempt due to clash of dates can now choose the session as per their preference and based on their performance may be shortlisted for the final counselling process.

The Honorable Minister stated in the press conference – “The exams will be more secure and at par with international norms. There will be no issues of leakage and it would be more student friendly, open, scientific and a leak-proof system”

He also added, “The NTA would benefit the students and they would have the option of going to computer centres from August-end to practice for the exams. The tests would be computer-based.”

Every year lakhs of students appear for these entrances and CBSE in recent years have been over-burdened with management of these exams. With the introduction of NTA as new exam conducting authority, CBSE will be relieved from these additional responsibilities and could focus more on its core responsibilities such as NCERT syllabus management and board exam conduction.

Note that each session of the JEE Main and NEET exams every year will be conducted in span of around four to five days. The aspirants can book their exam (time and date) slots during registration.

The engineering aspirants must also note that NTA will only be responsible for conducting the JEE Main exam biannually. The second stage of JEE for getting admissions to the IITs and ISM Dhanbad, JEE Advanced, will be conducted by one of the seven zonal IITs.

JEE Main Toppers 2018

The diligent work, committed endeavors and assurance to transform every single moving stone into a development has made these JEE Main applicants into JEE Main toppers 2018. Deserting lakhs of hopefuls, these JEE Main 2018 toppers havel set a benchmark for them and additionally for others to take after. The reality to celebrate for these toppers of JEE Main 2018 is that their endeavors have given productive outcomes and the ball is in their court as to choose whether to go for admissions to NITs, IIITs and GFTIs or show up in the following level exam of JEE Advanced. All things considered, whatever be the choice, it will be theirs. Today, keeping behind every one of the stresses and pressures, let us pause for a minute to compliment these JEE Main toppers for their restless evenings, tension entire days, fretful nighttimes and tiring circumstances. They have earned this achievement of theirs’ and that must be acknowledged in light of the fact that clearing JEE Main exam is no simple assignment.

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JEE Main 2018 Toppers


S.No. Names Rank (AIR) Marks
1 Suraj Krishna 1 350
2  K V R Hemant Kumar Chodipilli 2  350
3 Parth Lathuria 3  350
4 Tarush Goyal 3  350
4 Pranav Goyal 4 350
5 Gattu Mytraya 5 350
6 Pawan Goyal 6 350
7 Bhaskar Arun Gupta 7 345
8 Dakarapu Bharath 8 345
9 Simarpreet Singh Saluja 9 345
10 Gosulu Vinayaka Srivardhan 10 341
11 Navneel Singhal 11 340
12 Ayush Garg 12 340
13 Lay Jain 13 340
14 Jatoth Shiva Tarun 14 340
15 Pinnamreddy Lokeshwar Reddy 15 340
16 Karan Agarwalla 16 340
17 Atulya Kumar Verma 17 338
18 Anirudh Panigrahi 18 337
19 Yash Gupta 19 336
20 Anubhav Saikia 20 336

JEE Main 2018 Toppers State-Wise

S.No. Names State Rank (AIR) Marks
1 Suraj Krishna Andhra Pradesh 1 350
2 Parth Lathuria  Rajasthan 3  350
3 Pranav Goyal  Haryana 4 350
4 Gattu Mytraya Telangana 5  350
5 Simarpreet Singh Saluja  Delhi  9  345
6  Atulya Kumar Verma  Bihar  17  338

JEE Main 2017 Toppers

S.No Name Rank (AIR) Marks
1. Kalpit Veerwal 1 360
2. Vasu Jain 2 350
3. Ananay Agarwal 3 350
4. Vedant Raval 4 345
5. Vishwajeet Agarwal 5 345
6. Mohan Abhyas 6 345
7. Akshat Chugh 7 345
8. Shafil Maheen 8 345
9. Varun Teja Chaudhury 9 345
10. Anany Sharma 10 340

Though, JEE Main 2018 is the national level engineering entrance exam; every body wants to become topped their state or want to get AIR 1 which is the dream for every students. Through the below given table you will get the topper list of JEE Main 2017.

State Wise JEE Main 2017 Toppers

S.No Name State Rank Marks
1 Kalpit Veerwal Rajasthan 1 360
2 Vasu Jain New Delhi 2 350
3 Rewal Vedant Sanjay Gujarat 4 345
4 Mohan Abhyas Telangana/AP 6 345
5 Akshat Chugh Maharashtra 7 345
6 Shafil Maheen Kerala 8 345
7 Anany Sharma Madhya Pradesh 10 340
8 Deepank Agrawal Bihar 15 335
9 Prabhpreet Singh Sodhi Punjab 17 335
10 Tanishq Gupta Chandigarh 19 335
11 Pranav Ramakrishnan Tamil Nadu 28 330
12 Utkarsh Makan Jharkhand 40 330
13 Rohan Gupta Uttar Pradesh 43 328
14 Debaditya Pramanik West Bengal 50 326
15 Ninad H. Huilgol Karnataka 54 325
16 Chinmaya Kausik Haryana 80 320
17 Tushar Agarwal Chattisgarh 223
18 Ayush Kaushal Uttarakhand 488 292

Follow the Previous Year’s Toppers Guideline to Get Success in JEE Advanced




IIT Kanpur has previously announced the JEE Advanced 2018 commencement date on its official website and it will be conducted on May 20th, 2018 via only online mode. As JEE Advanced 2018 dates have been announced and the board examinations are also approaching it has become very crucial for the applicants to prepare earnestly for the same. It is true that study materials, coaching classes, mock test papers will definitely work their magic but the preparation technique followed by the toppers could change the game. We have collected the preparation tips given by the previous year’s toppers and brought here for the success of JEE Adavnced 2018 applicants.

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Toppers Guideline to Get Success in JEE Advanced

According to the Toppers of 2013

The topper of JEE Adavnced 2013 with the score of 345/ 360 suggested the following preparation method for the aspirants to follow.

  • Consider the suggestion of your teacher and prepare as they suggest.
  • Do course-wise preparation and don’t deviate from the syllabus.
  • Concentrate on studying and preparing for the examination rather than aiming to crack the examination.
  • Prepare for JEE Advanced level questions as it is harder and preparation for JEE Advance will help to cover solve JEE Advanced level questions
  • Follow NCERT rigorously
  • Practice finishing the test in 2 hrs. 45 mins
  • Avoid the use of calculator throughout Class 11th & 12th
  • Practice test series.
  • If you want to prepare extra chapters you can do it while preparing for Board examination. There is no need to prepare for JEE Main separately rather invest your time in the following topics.
  • Physics: Waves, Optics, Electromagnetics Induction
  • Chemistry: Isomerism, ionic equilibrium, thermodynamics
  • Mathematics: Complex algebra, inverse trigonometry, conic sections, definite integrals

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According to the Toppers of 2014

A topper of 2014 with the score of 355/ 360 suggested to stay calm and not to worry about the result. If you work hard and do your preparation with full concentration you will definitely achieve the goal.

 

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One of the high scorer with 350/ 360 score shared his preparation strategies to help the aspirants.

  • Study consistently and as much as you can, there is no limit
  • Learn to concentrate and don’t deviate from your track
  • Concentration is the key to crack the examination
  • Work on the topics you are weak in
  • Prepare the main theory
  • Make your concept clear about every topic
  • Avoid any type of calculation and other minor mistakes
  • Practice mock test series as much as you can
  • Prepare your own notes as it will help you to revise the topics before the examination
  • Be confident and don’t panic

According to the Toppers of 2015

The preparation tips, given by the toppers of JEE Main 2015 that they followed to qualify it with flying colors.

  • Take your study as fun activity don’t stress up
  • Maintain consistency and follow a systematic routine
  • Keep distance from any gadget as they consume a lot of your valuable time
  • Give equal time to each subject
  • Study regularly at school and at home as it will help you to clear your subject fundamentals
  • Set your goal clear and work hard towards it
  • Learn to utilize your time and avoid any means of distraction.
  • Focus and consistency are the keys to success.

According to the Toppers of 2016

The toppers of 2016 disclosed their success mantra and advised the current competitors to practice it and become one of them.

  • Learn to handle stress calmly and invest all your energy in the preparation to crack JEE Main.
  • Cover all the extra topics that you think Is not very important for the exam
  • Study for at least 4-5 hours daily for JEE preparation and also take out your time for other activities too to stay away from stress
  • Revise whatever you have prepared. Revision is very important as it seals everything in your mind.
  • Learn time management as it will help you to save your time during your preparation and examination as well.
  • Don’t stress, stay focused, and don’t leave any topic.

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