List Of Changes Made In The JEE 2018 Format Which You Must Know!

JEE, the Joint Entrance Examination or formerly known as the All India Engineering Entrance Examination is organized by Central Board of Secondary Examination. JEE is the joint exam for the students looking for the admission in the top Indian engineering colleges. The CBSE organized the exam every year and give all the students in the country an opportunity to grab an engineering seat in the top class colleges. JEE is a gateway for the student after 12th standard to grab a golden chance of doing their engineering graduation for colleges including all the IIT’s and other. In 2012, CBSE announced that the JEE Mains will replace the AIEEE that was conducted to grant admission to NITs, IITs and some other colleges.

List Of Changes Made In The JEE 2018 Format Which You Must Know!

In case you have also applied for the JEE and waiting for your JEE Main admit card then you should know some things about this year’s exam. The Central Board of Secondary Examination has announced some changes this year.

  1. Increased in number of Aspirants in 2018

With the increasing competition and interested of the students towards the engineering the board has made some changes. This modification is among the most important one and a good news for all the aspirants applying for the JEE Mains. Now, the boards as decided to increase the number of the aspirants in the JEE Mains by 24000 this year. This means number aspirants now have the chance to make their future with the top class engineering colleges in India.

  1. Signature of Father/ Mother and Guardian has been added

Another change that has been added to this year’s JEE Mains is the signature of the Father/Mother or any Guardian in the application form. According to the new instruction, the application for JEE Mains has a dedicated section asking the Father or Mother’s Signature. If you want to successfully apply for the JEE Mains 2018 the signature of the guardian is mandatory.

  1. Now, more JEE Mains examination centers

This the CBSE not only increased the number of aspirants has also added more examination centers for the JEE Mains 2018. With total 29 number test centers 147 new centers has been added this year. The increased number of aspirants made the board to add the more centers for examination.

  1. Change in the Medium of the Exam

The JEE Mains exam language medium has been also experienced a transition this years also. According to the latest CBSE latest notification, the JEE Mains 2018 will be only in English, Hindi and Gujarati Language. Till last year the exams were also been conducted through the Urdu and Marathi languages that won’t be available form this year.

All the changes have been altered to the JEE Mains exam for the 2018 year. However, you need to head up for any new changes and get notified of every update. The JEE Mains 2018 offline board will be held on April 8th, 2018, offline based and on 15th and 15th April there will be computer-based or online test.