Jaypee Institute of Information and Technology

When we talk about the premier engineering colleges in Delhi/NCR or even in India, the name of the Jaypee Institute of Information and Technology does pop up. Since its inception in 2001, it has constantly improved the quality of its engineering, management education, among others.

Perhaps this is the reason for it getting the status of a deemed university in 2004. The most famous and sought-after course in this university is B.Tech, which is why today, we shall look into how you too can secure a seat in this prestigious university. In doing so, we shall mainly be looking at the JEE Exam details.

Why concern ourselves with JEE Exam information

We primarily need to concern ourselves with the JEE Main Exam because this is the exam that’s mandatory for students wishing to pursue B.Tech, BE, and B.Arch courses in IITs, NITs, and other government as well as private engineering colleges.

Similarly, the Jaypee Institute of Information and Technology also takes into consideration the applicants’ JEE Mains rank as far as B.Tech courses are concerned. Therefore, candidates need to know about certain important aspects of this exam, which will only help them in the admissions in the long run.

JEE Main Exam Eligibility

The National Testing Agency (NTA) decides and announces the JEE Main exam eligibility. Students are therefore requested to carefully study the criteria and ensure that they fulfill the eligibility.

  • Candidates are required to pass higher secondary with PCM at least, from recognized boards like CBSE, ICSE, or any other recognized board
  • While no maximum age limit, candidates need to pursue higher secondary in at least 2019, 2020, or 2021.
  • Everyone gets a maximum of 2 attempts

JIIT Noida also specifies the minimum and maximum JEE Main rank required to get a B.Tech admission. The JIIT Noida cutoff varies across disciplines but if we talk about a major estimate, JIIT Noida (sector 62) requires your rank to be below around 80,000- 1 Lakh, while the same for Sector 128 requires it to be less than approximately 1.5 Lakh.

Check the Jaypee Institute of Information and Technology website for updates on the cutoff details.

JEE Main Exam Paper Pattern

There have been certain changes that have been made to the JEE Main paper pattern for the year 2021. The table below encapsulates all the important information the candidates need.

SUBJECTS NO. OF QUESTIONSMARKSMODE OF EXAMLANGUAGE MEDIUM
Physics20 MCQs + 10 numerical (need to answer any 5)100Computer-Based TestAssameseBengaliEnglishGujaratiHindiKannadaMalayalam MarathiOdia PunjabiTamilTeluguUrdu
Chemistry 20 MCQs + 10 numerical (need to answer any 5)100Computer-Based Test
Mathematics20 MCQs + 10 numerical (need to answer any 5)100Computer-Based Test
Total90 (have to attempt only 75)300 

For MCQs, 4 marks will be awarded for every correct answer and 1 mark deducted for every incorrect answer

Whereas for the Numerical, no marks will be deducted for wrong answers.

JEE Main Important Dates

Due to the demands of the students for more time to prepare for the next session, the NTA has postponed the JEE Main Session 4, which was to be held in May earlier. The new dates are as follows: –

Last Date for Online Application Form Submission20th July 2021 (till 9 PM)
Last Date to Pay the Online Application Fee20th July 2021 (till 11:50 PM)
Exam Dates26, 27, and 31 August 2021
1 and 2 September 2021
Admit Card DownloadKeep checking the JEE (Main) Portal
Results 

All this will cost you Rs. 650 (for 1 paper)/Rs. 1300 (for both) if you’re a General category Male and Rs. 325 (for 1)/Rs. 650 (both) if you’re a General female or reserved candidate.

Successfully fulfill all the above-mentioned criteria to guarantee yourself a B.tech seat in the Jaypee Institute of Information and Technology.

By Anurag Rathod

Anurag Rathod is an Editor of Appclonescript.com, who is passionate for app-based startup solutions and on-demand business ideas. He believes in spreading tech trends. He is an avid reader and loves thinking out of the box to promote new technologies.