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Jain Entrance Test (JET)

Jain Entrance Test (JET)


JET Exam Date

To be Announced

Name of the Examination
Jain Entrance Test
Common Name
JET
Conducting Body
Jain University, Bangalore
Frequency of the Exam
Once a Year
Exam Level
National Level Exam

What is the JET Exam?

Jain University, Bangalore conducts the Jain Entrance Test (JET Exam). The national-level entrance exam is conducted to grant admission into its various undergraduate and postgraduate courses.

Jain University, Bangalore is one of the top universities in Bangalore. The renowned university emphasizes the holistic values of education, entrepreneurship, research, and sports. As a result, it has produced some of the best minds in various fields. 

Below is the list of courses for which the JET Exam is conducted:

Undergraduate Courses: 

  • Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
  • Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS)
  • Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA)
  • Bachelor of Arts (BA)
  • Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com)
  • Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech)

Postgraduate Courses: 

  • Master of Computer Applications (MCA)
  • Master of Arts (MA)
  • Master of Commerce (M.Com)
  • Master of Technology (M.Tech)
  • Master of Science (M.Sc)
  • Master of Management Studies (MMS)
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Jain University is counted among one of the top colleges in BangaloreCandidates seeking to pursue a dynamic pedagogy can look forward to admissions in Bangalore by undertaking the JET exam. 

JET Exam registrations opened on November 18th, 2020 and is ongoing on its official website. Admit card release dates and others will be announced later. 

Candidates going for the undergraduate courses will have to complete their 10+2 education in the related field. 

Those undertaking postgraduate courses should complete their graduation in the required field of study. 

JET Exam Details:

Medium of Exam
Online
Mode of Exam
Online
Medium of Exam
English 
Duration of Exam
3 Hours
Type of Questions
Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
Number of Options Per Question
4

JET Exam Dates:

Events 
Dates 
Registration Process
Ongoing
Slot Booking
7 days before the exam bigins
Admit Card
To be Announced
Exam Date

To be Announced

Personal Interview 

 To be Announced

Result Declaration
To be Announced
Counselling Session
To be Announced

JET Exam Registration:

Candidates should go through the below-mentioned steps for JET Exam registration: 

Step 1: Visit the official website of Jain University. 
Step 2: Candidates need to click on the tab that reads "Apply for JET Exam UG/ PG Program."
Step 3: They have to give the following details for the JET Exam registration process:

  • Candidate's Name
  • Mobile Number
  • Email ID
  • Candidate's preferred password. 

Step 4: Candidates will receive an email that shall determine their successful registration for the JET Exam. 

How to fill up the JET Exam application form? 

Step 1: Visit the official website of Jain University. 
Step 2: Candidates need to click on the tab that reads "JET Exam Login."
Step 3: Login using your Email ID and password. 
Step 4: Select your preferred application and click on "Create Application" on the dropdown menu. 
Step 5: Enter the following details on the JET Exam application form:

  • Personal Details
  • Communication Details
  • Academic Details
  • Work experience of the Candidate (Only for postgraduate courses)

Step 6: Upload the required documents that are mentioned above in the required format. 
Step 7: Select your preferred mode of JET examination. If going for the online mode, then select the preferred exam centre. 
Step 8: Verify the details on the JET Exam Application form and make the necessary changes. 
Step 9: Preview the application form and take a printout of the form. 

JET Exam Registration Fees:
Type of Program
Fees (In Rs.)
Undergraduate (Non B.Tech Programs)
550
Undergraduate (B.Tech Programs)
550
Postgraduate Programs
1050

Documents Required: 

Candidates require the following documents in PDF format for the JET Exam Registration process: 

  • Class 10 Marksheet
  • Class 12 Marksheet
  • Undergraduate Marksheet
  • Provisional Undergraduate Certificate
  • Caste certificate (If Required)

As mentioned above, these documents should be in PDF format. If the candidates try to upload it in some other format, they won't be able to proceed with the JET Exam registration process. 

Below is the list of other JET exam documents that need to follow specific criteria:

Document
Specifications
Photograph

File Size: 5KB - 40KB

Dimension: 3.5 cm X 4.5 cm

Format: JPG or JPEG

Signature

File Size: 5KB - 40KB

Dimension: 3.5 cm X 4.5 cm

Format: JPG or JPEG

JET Exam Centres:

JET Exam will be conducted in the respective exam centres all over India. 

Pune
Bangalore
New Delhi
Hyderabad
Kolkata
Patna
Surat
Jaipur
Anantapur
Coimbatore
Visakhapatnam
Guwahati
Lucknow
Cochin

JET Exam Syllabus and Books:

A) Syllabus for B.Tech:

I) English: 

Synonyms and Antonyms
Cloze Test
Sentence Analogy
Meanings of Words
Correction of Errors
Parts of Speech
Reading Comprehension
Para Jumbles
Sentence Appropriation
Words Usages
Tenses
-

Books for English: 

Name of Books
Author
How to Prepare for Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension
Arun Sharma
Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension
Nishit K. Sinha
Word Power Made Easy
Norman Lewis
High School English Grammar & Composition
Wren & Martin

II) Physics:

Matter 
Radiation
Kinetic Theory of Gases
Electronic Devices
Communication Systems
Electrostatics
Kinematics
Current Electricity
Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism
Work, Power, and Energy
Alternating Currents
Rotational Motion
Electromagnetic Waves
Gravitation
Thermodynamics
Laws of Motion
Oscillations and Waves
Electromagnetic Induction
Physics and Measurement
Atoms and Nuclei
Optics
-

Books for Physics: 

Book
Author
Physics Book for Class XI and XII
P. Vivekanandan, D.K. Banerjee and Anand V. Karthik
Nootan Physics
Kumar Mittal
New Simplified Physics
S.L. Arora
Concepts of Physics
H.C. Verma

III) Chemistry:

Some Basics Concepts in Chemistry
Redox Reactions and Electrochemistry
Chemical Kinetics
Chemical Thermodynamics
Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties
P-Block Elements
D and F Block Elements
Hydrogen
Hydrocarbons
Biomolecules
Principal related to Practical Chemistry
Equilibrium
Coordination Compounds
S-Block Elements
Organic Compounds Containing Oxygen
Purification and Characterization of Organic Compounds
Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry
Solutions
Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
Organic Chemistry
Surface Chemistry
Atomic Structure
General Principles and Process of Isolation of Metals
Environmental Chemistry
Polymer
Organic Compounds containing Nitrogen
States of Matter
-

Books for Chemistry:

Book
Author
Conceptual Chemistry
Dr. S.K. Jain and Dr. Shailesh K. Jain
Textbook for Chemistry
Dr. M.P. Sawhney
Chemistry for Class XI and XII
Dr. H.C. Srivastava

IV) Mathematics:

Differential Equations
Matrices and Determinants
Permutations and Combinations
3D Geometry
Sets, Relations, and Functions
Vector Algebra
Statistics and Probability
Sequence and Series
Limit, Continuity, and Differentiability
Mathematical Reasoning
Differential Calculus
Quadratic Equations
Coordinate Geometry
Trigonometry
Mathematical Induction
Integral Calculus
Binomial Theorem
Complex Numbers 

Mathematics:

Book
Author
Mathematics: Class XI and XII
RD Sharma
Understanding Mathematics
ML Agarwal
Mathematics
NCERT

V) Logical Reasoning: 

Decision Making Skills
Course of Action
Inference, Argument, and Assumption
Classification of Data
Linear and Circular Arrangement
Coding and Series Questions
Family Relation Questions
Input and Output Questions
Alphabet-based Series Questions
Reasoning Questions
Questions based on Symbols
Syllogisms
Matrix-based Questions
Direction-based Questions

Books for Logical Reasoning: 

Name of Books
Author
How to Prepare for Logical Reasoning 
Arun Sharma
Logical Reasoning 
Nishit K. Sinha

B) Syllabus for other Undergraduate Programs (BBA, BMS, BCA, B.Com, and BA) and Postgraduate Programs (M.Tech, MCA, M.Sc, MA, M.Com, and MBA):

I) English:

Synonyms and Antonyms
Cloze Test
Sentence Analogy
Meanings of Words
Correction of Errors
Parts of Speech
Reading Comprehension
Para Jumbles
Sentence Appropriation
Words Usages
Tenses
-

Books for English: 

Name of Books
Author
How to Prepare for Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension
Arun Sharma
Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension
Nishit K. Sinha
Word Power Made Easy
Norman Lewis
High School English Grammar & Composition
Wren & Martin

II) Quantitative Aptitude:

Profit & Loss
Percentages
Simple & Compound Interest
Time & Work
Number System
Averages
Linear, Simultaneous, and Quadratic Equations
Maxima and Minima
Logarithms
Algebraic Equations
Functions and Relations
Permutation & Combination
Set Theory and Venn Diagrams
Ratio and Proportion
Linear Inequalities
HCF and LCM
Arithmetic, Geometric, and Harmonic Progressions
Allegations and Mixtures
Probability
3D and 2D Figures
Tables
Bar Graphs
Line Graphs
Histogram
Pie Chart
-

Books for Quantitative Aptitude: 

Name of Books
Author
Quantitative Aptitude for Entrance Examinations 
Arun Sharma
How to prepare for Data Interpretation
Arun Sharma
Quantitative Aptitude
R.S. Aggarwal
Quantitative Aptitude Series
Nishit K. Sinha
Data Interpretation
Nishit K. Sinha
Data Interpretation for Competitive Examinations
Arun Sharma

III) General Knowledge:

General knowledge has no fixed set of topics as questions can be asked from anywhere. Candidates have to prepare well for this section of the JET exam by reading various kinds of sources. 

Some of the topics that the candidates should prepare are as follows: 

  • Current Affairs
  • Technology
  • Sports
  • Economics
  • Business and Finance
  • History and Geography
  • Art and Literature
  • Entertainment
  • Indian Politics
  • Events of International Importance

Books for General Knowledge: 

  • Manorama Year Book
  • Reader's Digest
  • Daily Newspapers: The Hindu, The Indian Express, The Times of India, and others
  • YouTube Videos related to the topics mentioned above. 

JET Exam Pattern:

For Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech):

Total Questions
150
Time Allotted
180 Minutes
Total Marks
400
Total Number of Sections
5
Division of Sections

Section A: English

Section B: Physics

Section C: Chemistry

Section D: Mathematics

Section E: Logical Reasoning

Distributions of Questions

Section A: 30

Section B: 30

Section C: 30

Section D: 30

Section E: 30

Marks Allotted
(+4) for Each Correct Response
Negative Marking
(-1) for Each Incorrect Response

Non-B.Tech Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programs:

Total Questions
100
Time Allotted
180 Minutes
Total Marks
400
Total Number of Sections
4
Division of Sections

Section A: Essay Writing

Section B: Subject-based Questions

Section C: Basic Mathematics

Section D: General Knowledge

Distributions of Questions

Section A: 20

Section B: 20

Section C: 20

Section D: 40

Marks Allotted
(+4) for Each Correct Response
Negative Marking
(-1) for Each Incorrect Response

JET Exam Preparation Tips: 

Candidates can follow the below-mentioned preparation tips for the Jain Entrance Test:

  • "Leave no stone unturned" for JET Exam Syllabus:

    Knowledge of the JET Exam syllabus shall help candidates to create the right strategy for the examination by focusing on all the topics for the examination. In addition to planning for the examination, it shall help select the right resources for the examination along with the note-making resources. 

  • "Hit the success gear" by selecting the right JET Exam resources:

    Candidates should have a clear idea of the resources they need to follow for the JET examination. It can either be e-resources or offline resources. Moreover, candidates should be able to select the most credible resources for maximum results.

    JET Exam has a General Knowledge section for which candidates have to read extensively. They should cultivate this habit to excel not only in General Knowledge but also in other sections of the JET exam, such as the English section. 

  • PLAN WELL to SCORE WELL:

    A meticulous preparation schedule is needed to ace the JET Exam. They should prepare a dynamic schedule as that would help candidates to propel their preparation significantly. 

  • Befriend yourself with Revision and Mock Tests:

    For the JET entrance exam, revision forms an integral part of the process. It would help in maintaining a better grasp of the topic. Besides a proper grasp, regular revision also helps the candidates discover new tricks to solve a specific problem. It helps to go about the topic in a better manner. 

    In addition to the above, Mock Tests also make up an integral part of the preparation process of the JET examination. Candidates should solve the previous year papers of the JET Exam. It would give them a hang of the kind of questions that are asked in the examination. 

  • Keep yourself FIT to HIT the RIGHT GEAR for Exam Success:

    Candidates should maintain proper health, both physical and mental, by having adequate food and drinking water regularly. Having sufficient food and drinking water regularly shall help candidates to be in a clear state of mind and keep themselves rejuvenated during the JET Exam preparation process. 

    Apart from eating and drinking healthy, candidates should also try yoga or go for a run or a walk every day to keep themselves fit. Maintaining an exercise routine shall help them to keep themselves fit both physically and mentally. 

  • Break the process to make the process better:

    Candidates should also take regular breaks during the JET exam preparation process as that would help them freshen up. They should either go for a walk or listen to their favourite songs or do their favourite tasks as part of their break.

JET Exam Admit Card:

Candidates can download the JET Exam Admit Card by following the below-mentioned steps: 

Step 1: Visit the official website of Jain University. 
Step 2: Candidates need to click on the tab that reads "JET Exam Login."
Step 3: Login using your Email ID and password.  
Step 4: Candidates need to click on the tab that reads "JET Exam Admit Card."
Step 5: After clicking on the link, the JET Exam Admit Card shall be displayed on the screens of the candidates. 
Step 6: Candidates should go through the details on the admit card. They should look for discrepancies in the spelling, details of the course, venue, date and timing, photograph, and signature. 
Step 7: If candidates don't find any mistakes, then they should take a printout of the JET entrance exam's admit card and keep it safe until the admissions processes are over. 

According to the standard protocol, candidates need to carry only their JET Exam admit card into the exam hall. Along with this, they have to carry a Government issued Photo ID card. 

JET Exam Answer Key:

The JET Exam Answer Key is released after a few days of the examination. Candidates can check the answer key and calculate their scores. They can also raise objections if they find any discrepancies in the answer key. 

Below are the steps to check the JET Exam Answer Key:

Step 1: Visit the official website of Jain University.
Step 2: Click on the tab for the JET Exam. 
Step 3: Click on the preferred course. 
Step 4: In the dropdown menu, click on the "JET Exam Answer Key."
Step 5: The JET Exam Answer Key will be displayed on your screen.
Step 6: Download and print the admit card of the JET exam and calculate your marks. 

JET Exam Results:

Candidates can check JET Exam results by following the below-mentioned steps: 

Step 1: Visit the official website of Jain University. 
Step 2: Candidates need to click on the tab that reads, "JET Exam Result."
Step 3: Enter your Roll Number and Date of Birth.
Step 4: Click on "Submit."
Step 5: The JET Exam Result shall be displayed on the screens of the candidate. 
Step 6: Candidates should take a printout of the JET exam scorecard and store it until the admissions processes are over. 

JET Exam Cut off:

JET Exam cut off shall decide the qualifying status of the candidate for the further admission process. 

This mark is significant and is decided based on a couple of factors. The JET exam cut off marks are mentioned for each course on the candidate's scorecard itself. 

Below are the factors which determine the JET Exam cut off:

  • The number of candidates who have registered for the JET Exam.
  • The number of candidates who appeared for the JET Exam.
  • The difficulty level of the current year's JET Exam Question Paper.
  • Comparison of the difficulty level of the current year and previous year's JET Exam.
  • Availability of Seats in the course that a candidate applied.
  • Marking scheme of that particular year's JET Exam.
  • The performance level of the candidates who have appeared for the JET Exam.
  • Highest marks scored in the JET exam.

Further Admission Process: 

JET Exam Counselling: 

Jain University will conduct the counselling session for candidates who want to seek admission into B.Tech. JET Exam counselling process shall be conducted on the campus of Jain University. 

Below is a list of documents that should be carried during the counselling process of JET examination: 

  • Transfer Certificate 
  • Migration Certificate
  • Class 10th Marksheet or Equivalent 
  • Class 12th Marksheet or Equivalent 
  • 5 recent stamp-size photograph
  • 5 recent identity card-size photograph
  • Copy of passport or other Government ID Proof
  • Graduation Marksheet
  • Work Experience Details (If applicable)

Group Discussion and Personal Interview:

Admission process for the non-B.Tech undergraduate courses and postgraduate courses shall involve Group Discussion and Personal Interview.

Candidates have to clear this process to get admitted into the respective courses. Call letters for the process shall be sent to the candidates on their registered Email ID. The GD and PI rounds for the courses shall be conducted on Jain University's campus.


FAQs

- Candidates have to score at least 50% in either their 12th standard or undergraduate course, depending on the course for which they are applying.

- Jain University, Bangalore conducts the JET entrance exam for granting admissions to eligible candidates to its various undergraduate and postgraduate courses.

- JET Exam is conducted for admissions in undergraduate and postgraduate programs at Jain University.

- JET Exam is conducted both in online and offline mode.

- The time allotted to the JET exam is 180 minutes.

- Yes, there is a negative marking of (-1) for each incorrect answer in the JET exam.

- Candidates can get access to the application form for the JET Exam by visiting the official website of Jain University.

- Candidates appearing for the JET Exam (B.Tech) answer 150 questions, and those appearing for other undergraduate and postgraduate courses answer 100 questions.

- Candidates applying for B.Tech have to go through a counselling process, while for the other undergraduate and postgraduate courses, they have to appear for a Group Discussion and Personal Interview session.

- JET registration is ongoing on its official website.
Eligibility Criteria

Jain University decides the eligibility criteria for the JET entrance exam. The criteria have been formulated according to the different courses that are offered by Jain University. 

Candidates have to adhere to the JET exam eligibility criteria before applying for it. If they fail to meet any of the criteria, then their application shall stand cancelled. 

Below are the eligibility criteria for the different kinds of courses offered by Jain University:

For Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech):

  • Candidates must have passed their 12th Standard Examination, in Science with Physics, Chemistry, and Maths as compulsory subjects, from any recognized educational boards in India. 
  • Candidates pursuing their 12th standard from the National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) will also be eligible for the exam. 
  • A minimum mark of 60% is required in the 12th standard examination. Those belonging to the Reserved Category will get a 5% relaxation under these criteria. 

For other Undergraduate Programs (BBA, BMS, BCA, B.Com, and BA):

  • Candidates must have passed their 12th Standard Examination, in the required field, from any of the recognized educational boards in India. 
  • A minimum mark of 60% is required in the 12th standard examination. Those belonging to the Reserved Category will get a 5% relaxation under these criteria. 

For Postgraduate Programs (M.Tech, MCA, M.Sc, MA, M.Com, MMS, and MBA):

  • Candidates need to pursue an undergraduate degree with a minimum duration of 3 years. 
  • They need to pursue these courses from any of the recognized universities in India. 
  • Candidates need to score a minimum of 50% in their undergraduate courses. 
  • Those with work experience can also apply for the programs by undertaking the JET exam. 





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