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NEET (UG) 2021

Conduct of National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (UG) 2021

The NEET (UG) 2021 is going to be conducted by NTA for admission to MBBS,
BDS, BAMS, BSMS, BUMS and BHMS Courses as per the relevant norms /
guidelines / regulations notified by the concerned Regulatory Bodies. The
Result of NEET (UG) – 2021 may be utilized by other Entities of Central/State
Governments (including Indian Nursing Council/ Nursing Colleges/ Schools,
JIPMER) for counselling / admission to relevant courses [including B.Sc.
(Nursing) and B.Sc. (Life Sciences)] in accordance with their rules / norms /
guidelines.

NEET (UG) – 2021 will be conducted in 11 languages, including Hindi and
English through Pen & Paper mode on 01 August, 2021 (Sunday).

The Information Bulletin containing detailed information regarding the Test,
syllabus, eligibility criteria for age, reservation, categorisation of seats,
examination fee, cities of examination, State Code, etc. will be available
shortly on the website https://ntaneet.nic.in, when the submission of the
Application Form for NEET (UG) 2021 starts.

The candidates who desire to appear in NEET (UG) 2021 are advised to keep
visiting the websites: https://nta.ac.in and https://ntaneet.nic.in

TS PGECET -2021 Notification

Post Graduate Engineering Common Entrance Test (TS PGECET) is Telangana State Level Common Entrance Test for Admission into Regular PG Courses in Engineering, Technology, Architecture, Pharmacy (ME / M.Tech./ M.Pharmacy / M.Arch ), Graduate level Pharm-D (Post Baccalaureate) for the academic year 2021-2022 conducted by Osmania University on behalf of Telangana State Council of Higher Education (TSCHE), a Statutory body of the Government of Telangana., Hyderabad.

Applications are invited for appearing for Telangana State Post-graduate Engineering Common Entrance Test (TS PGECET) for admission into M.E / M.Tech. / M.Pharm. / M. Arch. / Graduate level Pharm. D (P.B.), Full Time courses in University and Affiliated Engineering, Pharmacy and Architecture Colleges in Telangana State for the academic year 2021-2022.

Eligible candidates who wish to apply for TS PGECET – 2021 may submit their applications through ONLINE MODE only. Online submission of application will commence from 12.03.2021. The related information regarding eligibility, syllabi, instructions, procedure for online application and detailed time-table will be available on the website: https://pgecet.tsche.ac.in/ or http://www.tsche.ac.in/

Registration fee: .1000/- ( .500/- for SC / ST / PWD candidates) per test. In case a candidate wants to appear for more than one test, separate registration fee has to be paid accordingly.

Examination dates: 19-06-2021 to 22-06-2021.


Mode of Exam: The Exam will be conducted online only i.e., Computer Based Test (CBT).

Important dates for online application and downloading of Hall Tickets

Commencement of on-line application submission : 12-03-2021.
Last Date for submission of online applications
a. Without late fee : 30-04-2021.
b. With a late fee of Rs 250/- : 15-05-2021.
c. With a late fee of Rs 1000/- : 31-05-2021.
d. With a late fee of Rs 2500 /- : 07-06-2021.
e. With a late fee of Rs 5000 /- : 15-06-2021.
Downloading of Hall Tickets : 10-06-2021 to 18-06-2021.

The Registration fee should be paid through payment gateway (Credit Card / Debit
Card / Net Banking / TS Online / AP Online).

Note:

  1. The vacant seats after admitting GATE/GPAT qualified candidates will be filled with
    the candidates based on the Rank/percentile score secured in the TS PGECET- 2021 Entrance
    Test.

2. For GATE/GPAT Candidates for registration of admission into M.E. / M.Tech. / M.Pharm. /
M.Arch. / Graduate Level Pharm.D (P.B.), Full Time courses a separate Notification will be
issued.

IMPORTANT DATES

ActivityDate & TimeDay
Issue of Notification06.03.2021Wednesday
Date of commencement of online applications12.03.2021Friday
Last Date for submission of online applications
Without late fee30.04.2021Friday
With a late fee of Rs 250/-15.05.2021Saturday
With a late fee of Rs 1000/-31.05.2021Wednesday
With a late fee of Rs 2500/-07.06.2021Monday
With a late fee of Rs 5000 /-15.06.2021Tuesday
Downloading of Hall Tickets10.06.2021
to
18.06.2021
Sunday
to
Friday
Examination Dates & Timings 19.06.2021
to
22.06.2021
Saturday
to
Tuesday

TEST SCHEDULE

Date10:00AM to 12:00 Noon (Morning Session)02:00 PM to 04:00 PM (Afternoon Session) #
19.06.2021Geo-Engineering and Geo-Informatics
(GG) / Pharmacy (PY)
Computer Science and Information
Technology (CS)
20.06.2021Electronics and Communication
Engineering (EC) / Bio-Technology (BT) /
Mechanical Engineering (ME) 
Civil Engineering (CE) / Electrical
Engineering (EE) / Food Technology(FT)
/ Aerospace Engineering (AS)
21.06.2021Instrumentation Engineering (EI) /
Chemical Engineering CH) / Textile
Technology (TX) / Mining Engineering
(MN)
Architecture & Planning (AR) /
Biomedical Engineering (BM) /
Metallurgical Engineering (MT)
22.06.2021Environmental Management (EM)Nano Technology (NT)

Note:-
– The examination will be held from 10.00 AM to 12.00 Noon (Reporting time at the test centre will be
08:30AM)

– The examination will be held from 02.00 PM to 04.00 PM (Reporting time at the test centre will be12:30 PM).

TS EAMCET-2021 Notification Released

The Telangana State Engineering, Agriculture & Medical (Pharmacy, Veterinary etc.,) Common Entrance Test-2021 (TS EAMCET-2021) is being conducted by Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Hyderabad on behalf of Telangana State Council of Higher Education (TSCHE). This examination is the prerequisite for admission into various professional courses offered in University/ Private Colleges in the state of Telangana for the academic year 2021-2022.

Entrance Test:

Telangana State Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test-2021 (TS EAMCET-2021)
will be conducted (as per G.O. Ms. No. 73 Higher Education EC.2 Dept., dtd.28-07-2011, G.O.Ms.No.33 of
Higher Education (TE/A2) Department dtd.31-12-2014) by Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University
Hyderabad (JNTUH) for entry into the first year of the following Under Graduate Professional courses offered
for the academic year 2021-22 in the Universities & Private unaided and affiliated Professional colleges in the
State of Telangana.

a. B.E., B.Tech. / B.Tech. (Bio-Tech.) / B.Tech. (Dairy Technology) / B.Tech. (Ag. Engineering) /
B.Pharmacy / B.Tech. (Food Technology (FT)) / B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture / B.Sc. (Hons.)
Horticulture / B.Sc. (Forestry) / B.V.Sc. & A.H. / B.F.Sc.
b. Pharm-D.

Eligibility Criteria to appear for TS EAMCET-2021:

Candidates satisfying the following requirements shall be eligible to appear for TS EAMCET-2021:


a) Candidates should be of Indian Nationality or Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) / Overseas Citizen of India
(OCI) Card Holders.


b) Candidates should belong to the state of Telangana / Andhra Pradesh. The candidates should satisfy local /
non–local status requirements as laid down in the Telangana / Andhra Pradesh Education Institutions
(Regulations of Admission) order, 1974 as subsequently amended.


c) For B.E. / B.Tech. in Engineering, Bio-Technology, B.Tech. (Dairy Technology), B.Tech. (Ag.
Engineering) and for 50% seats in B.Pharmacy, B.Tech. (Food Technology (FT)) Courses:

(i) Candidates should have passed or appeared for the final year of Intermediate Examination (10+2
pattern) with Mathematics, Physics along with Chemistry / Biotechnology / Biology as optionals
or related vocational courses in the fields of Engineering and Technology, conducted by the
Board of Intermediate Education, Telangana / Andhra Pradesh along with bridge course or
courses conducted by it for candidates enrolled during 2000-2002 and subsequent batches, or any
other examination recognized as equivalent thereto by the Board of Intermediate Education,
Telangana / Andhra Pradesh, provided that candidates who have passed or appeared for the final
year of Intermediate Examination (10+2 pattern) with Biology, Physics and Chemistry as
optionals along with the bridge course examination in Mathematics conducted by the Board of
Intermediate Education, Telangana / Andhra Pradesh shall also be eligible for the Bio-Technology
course.
(OR)
Candidates should have passed or appeared at the final year of the Diploma examination in
Engineering conducted by the State Board of Technical Education and Training, Telangana /
Andhra Pradesh or any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto by the State Board of
Technical Education and Training, Telangana / Andhra Pradesh.


(ii) Candidate should obtain at least 45% of marks (40% in case of candidates belonging to reserved
category) in the subjects specified taken together at 10+2 pattern except for B. Pharmacy course
(G.O.Ms.No.18, Higher Education (TE/A2) Dept., dtd.27-07-2019)


(iii)In the case of Engineering and Pharmacy courses, candidates should have completed 16 years of
age, as on 31st December of the year of admission. There is no upper age limit.


(iv) In the case of B.Tech. (Dairy Technology), B.Tech. (Ag. Engineering), B.Tech. (Food
Technology), Candidates should have completed 17 years of age as on 31st December of the year
of admission and an upper age limit of 22 years for all the candidates and 25 years in respect of
Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe candidates as on 31st December of the year of Admissions.

d) For B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture / B.Sc. (Hons.) Horticulture/ B.Sc. (Forestry) / B.V.Sc. & A.H. /
B.F.Sc. and for remaining 50% seats in B.Tech. (FT) Courses:


Candidates should have passed or appeared for the final year of Intermediate Examination (10+2 pattern)
or any examination recognized as equivalent thereto by the Board of Intermediate Education, Telangana /
Andhra Pradesh with any two / three of the subjects indicated against each course noted given below:

(i) B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture

(i) Physical Sciences
(ii) Biological or Natural Sciences
(iii) Agriculture
(iv) Vocational Course in Agriculture

(ii) B.Sc. (Hons.) Horticulture

(i) Physical Sciences
(ii) Biological or Natural Sciences
(iii) Agriculture
(iv) Vocational Course in Agriculture

(iii) B.Sc. (Forestry)

(i) Physics
(ii) Chemistry
(iii) Biology
or
(i) Mathematics
(ii) Biology
(iii) Physics
(iv) Chemistry

(iv)B.V.Sc. & A.H.

(i) Physical Sciences
(ii) Biological or Natural Sciences

(v) B.F.Sc.

(i) Physical Sciences
(ii) Biological or Natural Sciences
(iii) Vocational Course in Fishery Sciences.

(vi)B.Tech. (Food Technology)

(i) Mathematics
(ii) Physical Sciences
or
(i) Physical Sciences
(ii) Biological or Natural Sciences

Note:

(1) Irrespective of the subjects taken at the qualifying examination, candidates seeking admission to the
above courses in section 2(d) should appear for Biology, Physics and Chemistry in
TS EAMCET-2021.
(2) Candidates should have completed 17 years of age as on 31st December of the year of admission and
an upper age limit of 22 years for all the candidates and 25 years in respect of scheduled caste and
scheduled tribe candidates as on 31st December of the year of Admissions.

e) For B.Pharmacy Course: (Remaining 50% of the seats):


(i) Candidates should have passed or appeared for the final year of the Intermediate Examination (10+2
pattern) with Physics, Chemistry and Biology optionals, conducted by the Board of Intermediate
Education, Telangana / Andhra Pradesh or any other examination recognized by the University as
equivalent thereto.
(ii) Candidates should have completed 16 years of Age by the date of commencement of Admissions or
on such other date as may be notified by the CET Committee. There is no upper age limit.

f) For Pharm –D Course (50% seats for M.P.C and 50% seats for Bi.P.C candidates):


(i) Candidates should have passed or appeared for the final year of Intermediate examination (10+2
pattern) with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics or Biology optionals conducted by the Board of
Intermediate Education, Telangana / Andhra Pradesh or any other examination recognized by the
Board of Intermediate Education, Telangana / Andhra Pradesh as equivalent thereto or should have
passed or appeared at the final year of the Diploma examination in Pharmacy course conducted by the
Telangana / Andhra Pradesh State Board of Technical Education and Training or any other
examination recognized as equivalent thereto by the Telangana / Andhra Pradesh State Board of
Technical Education and Training.

(ii) Candidate should have completed 17 years of age as on 31st December of the year of admission to the
course.

  1. Proof of satisfying the marks criteria in respect of candidates who appeared for the Qualifying examination
    (10+2) during the year should be furnished within 7 days after publication of the examination results by the
    concerned examination Board.

4. NORMALIZATION OF QUESTION PAPER

TS EAMCET-2021 is being conducted in multiple sessions based on the same syllabus, same pattern for
candidates having same eligibility criteria. A candidate will be eligible to appear only in one session. Since the
question paper is different for each session, there is a possibility that the candidates may compare themselves
about the variation in the difficulty levels of question paper of the same subject. However, it may be noted that
utmost care will be taken so that all the subjects are of the same standard. Further, it is decided to adopt a
normalization process to eliminate any such variations in the difficulty levels of various sessions.


The main aim of the Normalization is to ensure that no student gets advantage/disadvantage due to multiple
sessions. The normalization process brings all the candidates across all sessions on a comparative scale. Due to
this process, the marks of the easy session may be reduced marginally and marks of hard session may increase
marginally on the global scale. This depends exactly on the average performance in each session. Since care is
taken to prepare papers of equal difficulty, these changes are expected to be very marginal. Normalized marks
justify the candidates while respecting their actual performance. Hence, the following normalization procedure
is adopted which is being followed by other competitive Examinations in India to avoid
advantage/disadvantage to candidates in a particular session compared to the other sessions.

Normalized marks of the candidate

Where,
SASD: Sum of Average (A) and Standard Deviation (SD) of the subject of a session in which the candidate
appeared.
GASD: Sum of Average (A) and Standard Deviation (SD) of all the candidates across all sessions of the
subject put together.
STA: Average mark of the top 0.1% of the candidates in the subject of a session in which the candidate
appeared.
GTA: Average mark of the top 0.1% of all the candidates across all the sessions of the subject put together.

Note: For the candidates for whom there is no qualifying cut-off in TS EAMCET-2021, if the marks in TS EAMCET-2021 after normalization go below zero (negative), the mark is treated as zero. If the tie persists, then TS EAMCET-2021 normalization marks (though negative) are considered for resolving the tie.

  1. Criteria for Ranking: The candidates who have secured qualifying marks (Normalized marks) in
    TS EAMCET-2021 and candidates belonging to the category of Scheduled Caste and Schedule Tribe, for
    whom qualifying marks have not been prescribed, shall be assigned ranking in the order of merit on the basis
    of combined score obtained by giving 75% weightage to the Normalized marks secured in TS EAMCET-2021
    and 25% weightage to the marks secured in the relevant group subjects namely Mathematics or Biology,
    Physics, Chemistry of the qualifying examination
  1. Submission of the Online Application form for Engineering (E) and Agriculture and Medical (AM)
    streams: Candidates with Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry / Bio-Tech. / Biology as optional subjects in their
    Intermediate or its equivalent course should submit “E” stream online application for Engineering B.E./
    B.Tech. / B.Tech. (Ag. Engineering.) / B.Tech. (Dairy Technology) / B.Tech.(FT) / B.Pharm. (MPC) / PharmD (MPC) courses.
    Candidates with Biology, Physics and Chemistry as optional subjects in their Intermediate or its equivalent
    course should submit “AM” stream online application for B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture / B.Sc. (Hons.)
    Horticulture / B.Sc. (Forestry)/ B.V.Sc. & AH / B.F.Sc. / B.Tech. (FT) /B.Pharm. / B.Tech. (Bio-Technology)
    (Bi.P.C.) / Pharm-D (Bi.P.C) courses. For B.Tech. (Bio-Technology) (Bi.P.C), candidates shall pass / appear
    for Bridge Course exam in Mathematics conducted by B.I.E, A.P. / T.S. as per G.O. 17, dtd.02-02-2008.
  1. Detailed information regarding Syllabi, Procedure for Online Application etc., is given in the
    “Instruction Booklet”, displayed in the website: https://eamcet.tsche.ac.in.
  2. Criteria for Admissions:

i. As per the Gazette of India: Extraordinary under Part-III Rule No. 7(2) for admission into B.V.Sc. &
AH Courses on the basis of competitive entrance examination, a candidate under General Category
for admission to this course must have obtained 50% marks in English, Physics, Chemistry and
Biology in their qualifying examination. In respect of candidates belongs to the Scheduled Caste /
Scheduled Tribe or other special category of student as specified by the Government from time to
time, marks required for admission shall be 10% less than that prescribed for general category.
ii. As per G.O. Ms. No. 73, 74 & 75 dtd.28-07-2011, the candidate shall fulfill eligibility criteria for
admission into Engineering, Pharmacy and Pharm-D courses.
iii. G.O.Ms.No.5, H.E.(TE) Dept, dtd.23.02.2018.
iv. However, in all the cases, candidate shall fulfill the eligibility criteria as laid down in the relevant
G.O.s/ Amendments/ Notifications to be issued at the time of Admissions.

  1. How to submit Application Form: TS EAMCET-2021 application should be submitted through
    ONLINE mode only.

10. Date and Time of the Test and Registration Fee:

StreamDateTimeRegistration Fee
Agriculture & Medical (AM)2021-05-0709:00 AM to 12:00 Noon & 03:00 PM to 06:00 PMRs. 400/- (for SC/ST & PH
candidates for E or AM)
Rs. 800/- (for others for E or
AM)
Agriculture & Medical (AM)2021-06-0709:00 AM to 12:00 NoonRs. 400/- (for SC/ST & PH
candidates for E or AM)
Rs. 800/- (for others for E or
AM)
Engineering (E)2021-07-0709:00 AM to 12:00 Noon
&
03:00 PM to 06:00 PM
Rs. 400/- (for SC/ST & PH
candidates for E or AM)
Rs. 800/- (for others for E or
AM)
Engineering (E)2021-08-0709:00 AM to 12:00 Noon
&
03:00 PM to 06:00 PM
Rs. 400/- (for SC/ST & PH
candidates for E or AM)
Rs. 800/- (for others for E or
AM)
Engineering (E)2021-09-0709:00 AM to 12:00 NoonRs. 400/- (for SC/ST & PH
candidates for E or AM)
Rs. 800/- (for others for E or
AM)
Candidates who wish to write the test in both streams (E & AM)Rs. 800/- (for SC/ST & PH
candidates for E and AM)
Rs. 1,600/- (

11. Submission of Online Application form:

i. Date of commencement of submission of Online Application: 20-03-2021
ii. Last Date for submission of Online application:

Without Late Fee : 18-05-2021
With a Late Fee of Rs. 250/- : 28-05-2021
With a Late Fee of Rs. 500/- : 07-06-2021
# With a Late Fee of Rs. 2,500/- : 17-06-2021
# With a Late Fee of Rs. 5,000/- : 28-06-2021

# Test Centre will be allotted at HMDA limits only.

The Registration Fee / Late Fee may be paid at:

i. TSOnline Centers in T.S., APOnline Centers in A.P.
OR
ii. Through online using Credit Card / Debit Card / Net banking

NOTE:

  1. If there is any change in the Eligibility Criteria for Admissions/ Ranking, the updated information will
    be intimated through this website as and when a new G.O. is released and will be adapted in admission
    counselling/ Ranking.
  2. This is only a Notification for entrance test and not a Prospectus. Candidate has to fulfill the eligibility criteria
    laid down in the relevant G.O.s at the time of admission.
  3. Relevant G.O.s issued by the State Government may be referred from time to time for the eligibility to get
    scholarship after admission into the Professional courses.
  4. This Notification along with detailed procedure for Online submission of Application form and relevant
    information are available in the TS EAMCET-2021 Website: https://eamcet.tsche.ac.in

IMPORTANT DATES

Commencement of Submission of Online Applications20-03-2021
Last date for submission of Online Applications without Late Fee18-05-2021
Correction of Online Application data already submitted by the candidate19-05-2021 to 27-05-2021
Last date for submission of Online Applications with Late Fee of Rs. 250/-28-05-2021
Last date for submission of Online Applications with Late Fee of Rs. 500/-2021-07-06
Download of Hall tickets from website a) Start b) Finish
17-06-2021
      to
2021-01-07
Last date for submission of Online Applications with Late Fee of Rs. 2500/-17-06-2021
Last date for submission of Online Applications with Late Fee of Rs. 5000/-28-06-2021
Date & Time of TS EAMCET-2021 Examination
Forenoon (FN) : 09.00 AM to 12.00 Noon &Afternoon (AN) : 03.00 PM to 06.00 PMEngineering (E) 07-07-2021 (FN & AN)
08-07-2021 (FN & AN)
09-07-2021 (FN)                            
Agriculture & Medical (AM) 05-07-2021 (FN & AN)
06-07-2021 (FN)

Test Zones

Note:

(1) TS EAMCET-2021 will be held in 23 Test Zones spread in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. It consists of 6 Test Zones in Hyderabad, 12 Test Zones in rest of Telangana and 5 Test       Zones in Andhra Pradesh. Further details are given below.

(2) During the submission of TS EAMCET-2021 Online Application Form, the candidate can select the required TEST ZONE of his choice and once chosen, any request for change of       TEST ZONE will not be entertained.

(3) The Convener reserves the right to add or delete some TEST ZONES.

(4) The Convener reserves the right to allot the candidates to any TEST ZONE other than the one opted by the candidates, due to any technical reason.

(5) Candidate cannot submit more than one Application either for ‘E’ or ‘AM’ or ‘E & AM’ category. If any candidate submits more than one Application for one category, the Convener       reserves the right to accept any one of them or reject all the Applications.

S.No.Test ZoneTest Center Locations around the following Areas
1Hyderabad CentralAbids
2Hyderabad CentralNacharam
3Hyderabad CentralMoula Ali
4Hyderabad CentralSecunderabad
5Hyderabad CentralOld Alwal
6Hyderabad EastAushapur
7Hyderabad EastBoduppal
8Hyderabad EastCherlapally IDA
9Hyderabad EastGhatkesar
10Hyderabad EastKeesara
11Hyderabad EastKorremula
12Hyderabad EastUppal Depot
13Hyderabad NorthMaisammaguda
14Hyderabad NorthMedchal
15Hyderabad South EastHayath Nagar
16Hyderabad South EastNagole
17Hyderabad South EastIbrahimpatnam
18Hyderabad South EastKarmanghat
19Hyderabad South EastLB Nagar
20Hyderabad South EastNadargul
21Hyderabad South EastRamoji Film City
22Hyderabad WestHimayathSagar
23Hyderabad WestMoinabad
24Hyderabad WestGandipet
25Hyderabad WestHafeezpet
26Hyderabad WestBachupally
27Hyderabad WestKukatpally
28Hyderabad WestDundigal
29Hyderabad WestShaikpet
30Hyderabad SouthShamshabad
31NalgondaNalgonda
32KodadKodad
33KodadSuryapet
34KhammamKhammam
35Bhadradri KothagudemPalvoncha
36Bhadradri KothagudemSujathanagar
37SathupallySathupally
38KarimnagarJagtial
39KarimnagarKarimnagar
40KarimnagarHuzurabad
41KarimnagarManthani
42KarimnagarSiddipet
43MahabubnagarMahabubnagar
44SangareddyNarsapur
45SangareddySultanpur
46SangareddyPatancheru
47SangareddyRudraram
48AdilabadAdilabad
49NizamabadArmoor
50NizamabadNizamabad
51WarangalWarangal
52WarangalHanamkonda
53WarangalHasanparthy
54NarsampetNarsampet
55KurnoolKurnool
56VijayawadaVijayawada
57VisakhapatnamVisakhapatnam
58TirupatiTirupati
59GunturGuntur

TS ICET-2021 Schedule Announced

The first meeting of the CET Committee (TSICET-2021) has been held on 03rd March,  2021 at 11.30 a.m. on ONLINE, under the Chairmanship of Honourable Vice-Chancellor (I/c)  & Chairman, TSICET-2021, Dr. B. JANARDHAN REDDY, IAS. 

The members of the CET Committee deliberated and discussed the various items listed  on the agenda circulated and approved the following. 

1) Approved the online registration fee as Rs. 650/- (Rs. 450/- in case of SC/ST/  Differently-abled candidates) for TSICET-2021.  

2) Approved the dates of notification and commencement of online registration &  submission of application forms as follows.

  • Issue of notification 03 – 04 -2021 
  • Commencement of online registration & submission of online application 07 – 04 – 2021
  • Last date for registration & submission of online application. 

i. Without late fee 15 – 06 – 2021 

ii. With a late fee of Rs. 250/- 30 – 06 -2021 

iii. With a late fee of Rs. 500/- 15 – 07 – 2021 iv. With a late fee of Rs. 1,000/- 30 – 07 – 2021

3) Date & Time of TSICET-2021 (3 Sessions) 

In the month of 
August, 2021

(FN) 10.00 A.M. to 12.30 P.M. (Day -1)
In the month of 
August, 2021
(AN) 02.30 P.M. to 05.00 P.M. (Day -1)
In the month of 
August, 2021
(FN) 10.00 A.M. to 12.30 P.M. (Day -2)

4) Approved to conduct TSICET-2021 through online process (computer based test) and  continue the “online application process” in conduct of the TSICET-2021 as practiced  in all the other CET Examinations of the Telangana State, with the service provider as  recommended by TSCHE, Hyderabad. Accordingly the service provider assists in receipt  of online applications, conduct of online examination and post- examination operations 

on the terms & conditions as laid down by TSCHE, Hyderabad. The online application  format, instructions, syllabus and model paper will be the same as practiced in the  preceding examinations of TSICET.

5) Approved to fix the qualifying marks percentage as 25 percent for all candidates and no  minimum qualifying marks for SC/ST categories as adopted in previous ICET  examinations.

6) Approved to conduct TSICET-2021 in the month of August, 2021 in 14 online test  centers in Telangana State and Andhra Pradesh as identified by the service provider

TS PGECET-2021 Schedule Announced

Prof. T Papi Reddy, Chairman,TSCHE and the Competent Authority for conducting Common Entrance Test for Admission into professional courses has nominated the following committee for conducting TSPGECET-2021; 

The first meeting of the Committee was held, On-Line on 04.03.2021 at 11.30 am. 

Prof. T. Papi Reddy, Chairman, TSCHE, Shri. Arvind Kumar, IAS, Vice-Chancellor (I/c), Osmania University, Prof. R. Limbadri, Vice-Chairman-1, TSCHE, Prof. V. Venkata Ramana, Vice-Chairman-II, TSCHE, Prof. Ch Gopal Reddy, Registrar, Osmania University, Prof. N. Suresh Kumar, Dean, Faculty of Engineering, Osmania University, Dr. N. Srinivasa Rao, Secretary, TSCHE, Prof. Y. N. Reddy, Principal, University College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kakatiya University, Prof. M. Kumar, Principal, University College of Engineering, Osmania University, Prof. M. Madhavi Latha, Director, Academic and Planning, JNTUH, Hyderabad, Prof. V. Phani Sree, Registrar, JNA and FA University, Hyderabad, Prof. P. Laxminarayana, Convenor, TSPGECET-2021, Prof. P. Ramesh Babu, Co-Convenor, TSPGECET 2021 & Liaison Officer, TS CET’s 2021, Prof. P. Raja Sekhar, Coordinator, PGECET-2021, Dr. Sadanandam and Prof. G. Suresh, Pricipal, Sri Indu College of Engineering attended the meeting. 

The committee members discussed various items of the agenda viz, syllabus to be adopted, schedule of test, eligibility criteria, budget, regional centres etc., and after thorough deliberations, the schedule of TSPGECET, Time table, Notification to be issued and other relevant issues for the conduct of test for the academic year 2021-22 was approved. The Common Entrance Test will be held in CBT (Computer Based Test) mode during 19.06.2021 to 22.06.2021 in two sessions 10.00 AM to 12.00 Noon and 2.00 PM to 4.00 PM at two Regional Centres ie., Hyderabad & Warangal. The notification will be issued on 06.03.2021. 

Commencement of online application registration: 12.03.2021 Last date for online submission without late fee: 30.04.2021 

The registration fee for application is Rs.1000/- (Rs.500/- in case SC/ST/PWD candidates) Applications with late fee are allowed up to: 15.06.2021 Downloading of hall tickets from 10.06.2021 to 18.06.2021 Candidate have to answer 120 questions in 2 hours For further details visit htpp://pgecet.tsche.ac.in or http://www.ische.ac in 

TS EAMCET-2021 Schedule Announced.

Telangana State Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test-2021 (TS EAMCET-2021) is being conducted by Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Hyderabad (JNTUH) on behalf of Telangana State Council for Higher Education (TSCHE) for entry into the first year of the Under Graduate Professional courses (B.E., B.Tech. / B.Tech. (Bio-Tech.) / B.Tech. (Dairy Technology) / B.Tech. (Ag. Engineering) / B. Pharmacy / B.Tech. (Food Technology (FT)) / B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture / B.Sc. (Hons.) Horticulture/ B.Sc. (Forestry) / B.V.Sc. & A.H. / B.F.Sc./ Pharm-D.) offered for the academic year 2021-22 in the Universities & Private unaided and affiliated Professional colleges in the State of Telangana.

CET committee meeting has been held on 06.03.2021 to finalize the activity schedule, Test Zones, Syllabus, Exam fee etc., for conduct of TS EAMCET-2021 through Computer Based Test (Online Examination) and other modalities for conducting the Examination. There is no change in the Exam pattern and duration of the Test (that is, 160 Questions and 180 minutes (3 hrs.)). However, there is 55% weightage of 1st year and 45% weightage of 2nd year Intermediate syllabus of TS Board of Intermediate Education for TS EAMCET-2021.

Activity Schedule

S. No.ACTIVITYTS EAMCET-2021
1.Appearance of Notification18-03-2021
2.Commencement of Submission of Online application forms20-03-2021
3.Last date for submission of online applications without Late Fee18-05-2021
4.Correction of online application data already submitted by the candidate19-05-2021 to 27-05-2021
5.Last date for submission of online applications with Late Fee of Rs. 250/-28-05-2021
6.Last date for submission of online applications with Late Fee of Rs. 500/-07-06-2021
7.Last date for submission of online applications with Late Fee of Rs. 2,500/-17-06-2021
8.Last date for submission of online applications with Late Fee of Rs. 5,000/-28-06-2021

Date and Time of Examination

Forenoon Session (FN): 9 AM to 12 Noon
&
Afternoon Session (AN): 3 PM to 6 PM
Agriculture & Medical (AM)05-07-2021
06-07-2021
Forenoon Session (FN): 9 AM to 12 Noon
&
Afternoon Session (AN): 3 PM to 6 PM
Engineering (E)07-07-2021
08-07-2021
09-07-2021

  List of Test Zones for Computer Based Test (CBT)

TS EAMCET-2021 TEST ZONES/ CITIES

S. No.Test ZoneTest Centre Locations around the following Areas
1Hyderabad CentralAbids
2Hyderabad CentralNacharam
3Hyderabad CentralMoula Ali
4Hyderabad CentralSecunderabad
5Hyderabad CentralOld Alwal
6Hyderabad EastAushapur
7Hyderabad EastBoduppal
8Hyderabad EastCherlapally IDA
9Hyderabad EastGhatkesar
10Hyderabad EastKeesara
11Hyderabad EastKorremula
12Hyderabad EastUppal Depot
13Hyderabad NorthMaisammaguda
14Hyderabad NorthMedchal
15Hyderabad South EastHayath Nagar
16Hyderabad South EastNagole
17Hyderabad South EastIbrahimpatnam
18Hyderabad South EastKarmanghat
19Hyderabad South EastLB Nagar
20Hyderabad South EastNadargul
21Hyderabad South EastRamoji Film City
22Hyderabad WestHimayath Sagar
23Hyderabad WestMoinabad
24Hyderabad WestGandipet
25Hyderabad WestHafeezpet
26Hyderabad WestBachupally
27Hyderabad WestKukatpally
28Hyderabad WestDundigal
29Hyderabad WestShaikpet
30Hyderabad SouthShamshabad
31NalgondaNalgonda
32KodadKodad
33KodadSuryapet
34KhammamKhammam
35Bhadradri KothagudemPalvoncha
36Bhadradri KothagudemSujathanagar
37SathupallySathupally
38KarimnagarJagtial
39KarimnagarKarimnagar
40KarimnagarHuzurabad
41KarimnagarManthani
42KarimnagarSiddipet
43MahabubnagarMahabubnagar
44SangareddyNarsapur
45SangareddySultanpur
46SangareddyPatancheru
47SangareddyRudraram
48AdilabadAdilabad
49NizamabadArmoor
50NizamabadNizamabad
51WarangalWarangal
52WarangalHanamkonda
53WarangalHasanparthy
54NarsampetNarsampet
55KurnoolKurnool
56VijayawadaVijayawada
57VisakhapatnamVisakhapatnam
58TirupatiTirupati
59GunturGuntur

Registration Fee

StreamRegistration fee
Engineering (E)Rs. 400/- (for SC/ST & PH candidates) Rs. 800/- (for others)
Agriculture & Medical (AM)Rs. 400/- (for SC/ST & PH candidates) Rs. 800/- (for others)
Both [Engineering (E) and Agriculture & Medical (AM)]Rs. 800/- (for SC/ST & PH candidates) Rs. 1,600/- (for others)

JEE Main 24th Feb 2021 Shift 2 Question Paper Analysis (Available), Answer Key, Solutions

JEE Main February 2021 for B.Tech (Paper 1) has been conducted on February 24. Check the detailed exam analysis of JEE Main 24th February Shift 2 exam along with memory-based questions, solutions and answer key. The overall difficulty level of the paper was moderate. 

The Day 2 Shift 2 exam of JEE Main 2021 (Phase 1) has been conducted on February 24 from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM. The exam was conducted for Paper 1 (B.Tech), which comprises 90 questions from Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. As per the JEE Main 2021 exam pattern, each section will have 10 Numerical questions out of which the candidates can answer five. There is no negative marking for Numerical questions, and the total mark weightage of Paper 1 is 300. On this page, you can check the JEE Main 2021 exam analysis for the Paper 1 exam scheduled on 24th Feb (Shift 2) along with the memory-based questions and answers or solutions. JEE Main 2021 response sheet for Phase 1 will be released within two days after the exam.

JEE Main 24th Feb 2021 Shift 2 Exam Analysis

The exam analysis of JEE Main 24th Feb 2021 Shift 2 has been updated. Most of the questions in Chemistry were from NCERT textbooks, and the Physics section had questions from the most important topics. There were a good number of questions from the Class 11th syllabus. Compared to the previous year, the question paper has been easy this year. Most of the questions were direct and are not tricky. There were more formula-based questions.

AspectAnalysis
Overall Difficulty Level of the ExamModerate
Difficulty Level of MathematicsEasy to Moderate
Difficulty Level of PhysicsEasy to Moderate
Difficulty Level of ChemistryEasy
Topics with More Weightage in MathematicsConics
Probability
3D
Topics with More Weightage in PhysicsSemiconductors (3)
Topics with More Weightage in ChemistryChemical Kinetics
Chemical Bonding
Difficulty Level of Numerical QuestionsEasy to Moderate (Scoring)
Expected Number of Good Attempts70
Difficulty Level – Shift 1 vs Shift 2Shift 2 is a little hard than Shift 1

Physics Chapter Wise Weightage of JEE Main 24th Feb Shift 2

The chapter weightage of Physics in JEE Main 24th Feb Shift 2 exam is as follows –

Name of the ChapterWeightage
Electrodynamics20%
Heat & Thermodynamics10%
Mechanics23%
Modern Physics27%
Optics 3%
SHM & Waves13%

Physics Topic Wise Weightage of JEE Main 24th Feb Shift 2

The topic-wise weightage of JEE Main 24th Feb Shift 2 Physics is as follows –

Name of the TopicTotal No. of Questions
Current Electricity1
Electromagnetic Field1
Electrostatics2
Electro-Magnetic Induction1
Alternating Current1
KGT & Thermodynamics3
Rigid Body Dynamics1
Centre of Mass2
Rectilinear Motion & Vectors1
Gravitation1
Elasticity & Viscosity1
Error in Measurement1
Semiconductors3
Electromagnetic Waves & Communication1
Modern Physics4
Wave Optics1
SHM2
Sound Waves1
String Wave1

Chemistry Chapter Wise Weightage of JEE Main 24th Feb Shift 2

The chapter-wise weightage of Chemistry in JEE Main 24th Feb Shift 2 is as follows –

Name of the ChapterWeightage
Inorganic Chemistry-I20%
Inorganic Chemistry-II13%
Organic Chemistry-223%
Physical Chemistry 117%
Physical Chemistry 217%
Organic Chemistry-17%

Chemistry Topic Wise Weightage of JEE Main 24th Feb Shift 2

The topic-wise weightage of JEE Main 24th Feb Shift 2 Chemistry is as follows –

Name of the TopicTotal No. of Questions
Chemical Bonding1
Environmental Chemistry1
s-Block2
Hydrogen & its Compounds1
p-Block (15-16 GRP)1
Coordination Compounds1
Metallurgy1
d-Block and f-Block Elements2
General Organic Chemistry-11
Chemistry in Everyday Life1
Polymers1
Aromatic Compounds1
Grignard Reagent, Reduction, Oxidation & Hydrolysis1
Carboxylic Acid and their Derivatives1
Amines2
Atomic Structure & Nuclear Chemistry2
Thermodynamics & Thermochemistry1
Gaseous State1
Ionic Equilibrium1
Chemical Kinetics1
Electrochemistry1
Surface Chemistry2
Solution & Colligative Properties1
Hydrocarbon2

Mathematics Chapter Wise Weightage of JEE Main 24th Feb Shift 2

The chapter-wise weightage of Mathematics in JEE Main 24th Feb Shift 2 is as follows –

Name of the ChapterWeightage
Binomial Theorem3%
Complex Numbers3%
Coordinate Geometry10%
Differential Calculus20%
Integral Calculus13%
Permutation & Combination7%
Probability3%
Sequence & Series3%
Vector & 3D3%
Mathematical Reasoning3%
Statistics3%
Quadratic Equation3%
Trigonometry7%
Matrix & Determinants3%

Mathematics Topic Wise Weightage of JEE Main 24th Feb Shift 2

The topic-wise weightage of JEE Main 24th Feb Shift 2 is as follows –

Name of the TopicTotal No. of Questions
Binomial Theorem1
Complex Numbers1
Elipse1
Circle2
Limit, Continuity & Differentiability1
Functions2
Tangent & Normal2
Application of Derivatives1
Definite Integration2
Differential Equation1
Area under Curve1
Permutation & Combination2
Probability1
Sequence & Series1
Vector1
Mathematical Reasoning1
Statistics1
Quadratic Equation1
Height & Distance1
Inverse Trigonometric Function1

Section Wise Difficulty Level of JEE Main 24th Feb Shift 2

The section-wise difficulty level of JEE Main 24th Feb Shift 2 is as follows –

SubjectTotal No. of Easy QuestionsAverageDifficult
Physics10812
Mathematics12810
Chemistry12153

JEE Main 24th Feb 2021 Shift 2 Question Paper & Answer Key

We have updated the memory-based questions shared by students who appeared for the 2nd shift exam on February 24

Name of the SectionQuestions
ChemistryWhat is the Shape of I3 – Answer – Linear and 180 Degrees
Which of the following has the highest M.P? Answer – MgO
Which of the following is used in Blood Clotting?  – Answer – FeCl3
In Buna, S, S is for – Answer – Styrene
What is the correct order of density for Zn, Fe, Co, Cu, Cr – Answer – Cu>Co>Fe>Cr>Zn
Mathematics​Shape of [I^3-] 

The official JEE Main 2021 answer key will be released within two days after the exam, and the JEE Main 2021 results (Phase 1) are expected to be released in the first week of March.

JEE Main 24th Feb 2021 Shift 1 Question Paper Analysis

JEE Main February 2021 for B.Tech (Paper 1) has been conducted on February 24. Check the detailed exam analysis of JEE Main 24th February Shift 1 exam along with memory-based questions, solutions and answer key. The overall difficulty level of the paper was moderate.

Day 2 Shift 1 of JEE Main 2021 (Phase 1) has been conducted on February 24 for B.Tech (Paper 1). As per the new exam pattern of JEE Main 2021, the question paper has a total number of 90 questions. Out of 10 NAT questions, the candidates had to answer any five in each section, and there is no negative marking for the same. The three sections in the exam are Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. You can check the JEE Main 2021 exam analysis for the exam scheduled on February 24 (Shift 1) along with the memory-based questions and answer key. The official JEE Main 2021 answer key will be released within two days after the exam.

JEE Main 24th Feb 2021 Shift 1 Exam Analysis

The exam analysis of JEE Main 24th Feb 2021 Shift 1 has been updated. The paper was not very difficult, and it is similar in the lines of previous years’ question papers. There were no surprising elements in the paper. The Chemistry was relatively easy, as most questions from NCERT books. The choice given for Numerical questions turned beneficial for students. From Chemistry Numerical, Physical Chemistry had more questions. From Polymers, there was a Match the Following type question. From Biomolecules, there was a question related to Alpha structure.

AspectAnalysis
Overall Difficulty Level of the ExamModerate
Difficulty Level of MathematicsEasy to Moderate (Calculation-Based Questions)
Difficulty Level of PhysicsEasy to Moderate
Difficulty Level of ChemistryEasy
Topics with More Weightage in MathematicsCalculus (3-4 Questions)
Vector
Probability
Coordinate Geometry
Complex Numbers (2 questions)
Topics with More Weightage in Physics 
Electrodynamics
Electrostatics
Kinematics
Topics with More Weightage in ChemistryPhysical Chemistry
Organic Chemistry
Difficulty Level of Numerical QuestionsLengthy
Expected Number of Good Attempts80 (out of 90) – Many Students Attempted Choice Also

Physics Chapter Wise Weightage of JEE Main 24th Feb Shift 1

Name of the ChapterWeightage
Electrodynamics17%
Heat & Thermodynamics17%
Mechanics37%
Modern Physics20%
Optics 7%
SHM & Waves3%

Physics Topic Wise Weightage of JEE Main 24th Feb Shift 1

The topic-wise weightage of JEE Main 24th Feb 2021 Shift 1 is as follows –

Name of the TopicTotal No. of Questions
Capacitance1
Current Electricity2
Electrostatics1
Alternating Current1
Heat Transfer1
KGT & Thermodynamics2
Calorimetry & Thermal Expansion2
Rigid Body Dynamics1
Centre of Mass1
Rectilinear Motion & Vectors1
Gravitation3
Unit & Dimension2
Friction2
Surface Tension1
Semiconductors2
Electromagnetic Waves & Communication1
Modern Physics3
Geometrical Optics & Physical Optics1
Wave Optics1
SHM1

Chemistry Chapter Wise Weightage of JEE Main 24th Feb Shift 1

The chapter-wise weightage of Chemistry in JEE Main 24th Feb Shift 1 is as follows –

Name of the ChapterWeightage
Inorganic Chemistry-I17%
Inorganic Chemistry-II13%
Organic Chemistry-227%
Physical Chemistry 120%
Physical Chemistry 217%
Organic Chemistry-17%

Chemistry Topic Wise Weightage of JEE Main 24th Feb Shift 1

The topic-wise weightage of JEE Main 24th Feb Shift 1 Chemistry is as follows –

Name of the TopicTotal No. of Questions
Chemical Bonding5
Environmental Chemistry1
p-Block (13-14 GRP)1
Periodic Table & Periodicity in Properties1
s-Block1
Coordination Compounds1
Metallurgy3
Biomolecules1
Polymers1
Aromatic Compounds3
Alkyl Halide, Alcohol & Ether (Reaction Mechanism)1
Grignard Reagent, Reduction, Oxidation & Hydrolysis2
Chemical Equilibrium1
Mole Concept3
Atomic Structure & Nuclear Chemistry1
Thermodynamics & Thermochemistry1
Chemical Kinetics1
Electrochemistry1
Solid State1
Surface Chemistry1
Solution & Colligative Properties1
Hydrocarbon2

Mathematics Chapter Wise Weightage of JEE Main 24th Feb Shift 1

The chapter-wise weightage of Mathematics in JEE Main 24th Feb Shift 1 is as follows –

Name of the ChapterWeightage
Binomial Theorem3%
Coordinate Geometry10%
Differential Calculus20%
Integral Calculus20%
Permutation & Combination3%
Probability3%
Sequence & Series3%
Vector & 3D7%
Mathematical Reasoning3%
Quadratic Equation7%
Trigonometry3%
Matrix & Determinants3%

Mathematics Topic Wise Weightage of JEE Main 24th Feb Shift 1

The topic-wise weightage of JEE Main 24th Feb Shift 1 Mathematics is as follows –

Name of the TopicTotal No. of Questions
Binomial Theorem1
Parabola1
Straight Line1
Circle1
Limit, Continuity, Differentiability2
Functions1
Tangent & Normal1
Maxima & Minima1
Application of Derivatives1
Definite Integration2
Differential Equation2
Indefinite Integration1
Area under Curve1
Permutation & Combination1
Probability1
Sequence & Series1
Vector1
Three Dimensional Geometry1
Mathematical Reasoning1
Quadratic Equation2
Height & Distance1
Matrices & Determinants1

Section Wise Difficulty Level of JEE Main 24th Feb Shift 1

The section-wise difficulty level of JEE Main 24th Feb 2021 is as follows –

Name of the SubjectNo. of Easy QuestionsAverageDifficult
Physics14106
Chemistry16113
Mathematics1596

JEE Main 2021 24th Feb 2021 Shift 1 Question Paper & Answer Key

QuestionQuestion
An astronaut has left the international space station to test a new space scooter. His partner measures the fall velocity changes which take place in 10s interval. Find the magnitude and direction of average acceleration at the beginning of 10 sec interval, the astronaut is moving towards the x-axis in 10m/sec and at the end is 10 sec. He is moving towards the -ve axis at 5m/sec.
Ans. 1.5 m/sex, -ve x-axis
What will be the energy if you increase lambda
Two capacitors are given. Find the series and parallel resistant and their ratio.Find the work done by the cylcin process.
Calculate the ionization energy of all third period elements.If there is degradation of vegetation, then what effect is caused in the environment from gas released?
A P and V graph was given, find the work done.Calculate the ionization energy of all third period elements.
The non-existence of PbI4 is due to ________
Ans. Small size of Pb ion and large size of I ion. Highly reduced power of I ion.
Block m has amplitude A. If another mass of m is added what will be the new amplitude?
A body cools down from 100C to 90C in 20 minutes. It will cool down from 110C to 100C in _____
Ans. Less than 20 minute
An ore of Tin containing FeCrO4 is concentrated by _____
Ans. Magnetic separator
A cube is given and it has -q charge in one corner and +q charges in all the remaining 7 corners. Find the electric field inside the cube.Compare the Ionisation Energy of SC, RI, V, Cr, Mn…
What is the composition of gunmetal?
Ans. 88 percent copper, 10 percent tin, and 2 percent zinc 
The ratio of effusion does not depend on _____
Ans. Size of molecule
Youngs double slit experiment  . Relation between slit width and wavelength  There was a question  from communication 
The relation between youngs modulus bulk modulus and shear modulus( mcq)Ration between time period of two satellite( mcq)
There was a question from current electricitu regarding the potential  differences  between two points Relation between f and r of convex mirror
A velocity versus time graph was given. Had to choose the option showing acceleration versus time.An ordinary dice. The probability of odd numbers coming twice is equal to probability of even numbers coming 3 times. Find probability of getting odd numbers 3 times
Two towers. One is 3 times the height of the other. Distance between them 150 m. From the mid point of the distance between 2 towers, angle of elevation calculated for both the roofs. The angles are complementary. Find height of short building.  

Total Registrations for JEE Main February 2021 Paper 1

The total number of registrations for JEE Main February 2021 Paper 1 is as follows –

CategoryMaleFemaleTransgender
General1,96,67390,5221
Gen-EWS45,37218,0280
OBC- NCL (Central List)1,54,87267,1811
SC41,62615,9480
ST16,3096,0922
PwD1,4483300
Total4,54,8521,97,7714

JEE Main 23rd Feb 2021 B.Arch and B.Plan Shift 2 Question Paper Analysis

JEE Main February 2021 for B.Arch and B.Plan has been conducted on February 23. Check the detailed exam analysis of JEE Main 23rd Feb 2021 Shift 2 exam along with memory-based questions, solutions/answer key. The overall difficulty level of the paper was easy to mdoearte.

JEE Main 2021 Day 1 Shift 2 exam has been conducted on February 23 from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM (till 6:30 PM for B.Plan) for BArch & B.Plan (Paper 2A & 2B). The B.Plan question paper consists of a total number of 105 questions, and the candidates must answer 100. The choice is given in the Numerical questions where the test takers can answer any 5 out of 10 as per the revised JEE Main 2021 exam pattern. On the other hand, the total number of questions in Paper 2A (B.Arch) is 82. On this page, you can check the JEE Main 2021 exam analysis for the 23rd February Shift 2 exam along with the memory-based questions and answer key. The response sheet of JEE Main 2021 Phase 1 will be released within two days after the exam.

JEE Main 23rd Feb 2021 Shift 2 Exam Analysis

The exam analysis of JEE Main 23rd Feb Shift 2 has been updated here. The Mathematics section was not too difficult, and most of the questions were easy to answer

AspectAnalysis
Overall Difficulty Level of the ExamEasy to Moderate
Difficulty Level of MathematicsEasy to Moderate
Difficulty Level of General AptitudeEasy
Difficulty Level of Drawing Questions/ Planning-Based QuestionsModerate
Topics with More Weightage in MathematicsProbability
Calculus
Conics
Difficulty Level of Numerical QuestionsModerate
Expected No. of Good Attempts (B.Arch/ B.Plan)65-70

Section Wise Difficulty Level of JEE Main 23rd Feb Shift 2

The section-wise difficulty level of JEE Main 23rd Feb 2021 Shift 2 is as follows –

SectionEasy QuestionsMediumHard
Mathematics14106
General Aptitude30155
Planning1564

JEE Main 23rd Feb 2021 Shift 2 Question Paper & Answer Key

SectionQuestions
MathematicsIf z1 and z2 are two non-zero complex number such that |z1 + z2| = |z1| + |z2|, then argz1 – argz2 is equal to _____ Answer – arg21-arg2=0
If 0< P(A) < 1, 0< P(B) < 1 and P (A⋃B) = P (A) + P(B) – P(A) P(B), then Answer – P(A/B) = P(A)
If f:(1, ∞) —> (2,∞) is given by f(n) = n+1, the f-1 (n) equals to Ans. x+√x2-4 / 2
If B and C are the square matrix of order n, and if A=B+C and BC = CB and C2 = 0. Then for any positive integer P, AP+1 = Bk [B+(P+1)C] Ans. P
The point on the curve y2 + 3x = 12y, when the tangent is vertical, is (are)?
If the circle passes through the point (ab) and cuts the circle x2+y2=K2 orthogonally shown, the equation of the centre is………2ax + 2by – (a2 + b2 + k2) = 0
The area bounded by the curves y = √x. 2y+3 = x and x-axis in the 1st quadrant is – Ans.9 sq units
JEE Main 23rd Feb Shift 2
JEE Main 23rd Feb Shift 2 Questions
JEE Main 23rd Bef Shift 2 Question 41


There are 4,5 & 6 points on three parallel lines respectively. It is given that no points are colinear which are on other parallel lines. How many circles are possible?
Find the equation of the common tangent to the ellipse (x+1)^2/2^2+(y-1)^2/3^2=1 and the circle (x+1)^2+(y-1)^2=4
From given options which building is constructed like colonial architecture in India?
A) Charminar,Hyderabad
B)ITC hotel
C)Victoria memorial hall
D)LIC building,Delhi
General AptitudeWho was the first Indian architect to win Pritzker prize in 2018
What is the full form of NHAI?
The word bungalow is derived from?
Architecture of JHAROKA is inspired from which region of India?
who is the architect of Akshardam temple?
Full form of UNESCO
Drawing QuestionsCopy a Portrait Given
Color either a kite festival or a composition with cubes and cuboids of given dimensions in the cool colour scheme
Draw using the following :
1. A cube of (2×2×2) (forgot no. allowed to use, maybe 8 or 6)
2. A cube of (2×4×6) (n=4)
Architecture or Planning-Based QuestionsWho is the architect of IIM Ahmedabad – Answer Louis Kahn
From which direction does Shadowless light fall on the southern hemisphere

The official JEE Main 2021 answer key will be released within two days after the exam. The Phase 1 JEE Main 2021 results are expected to be released in the first week of March.

Total Registrations for JEE Main Paper 2 (Feb 2021)

The total number of registrations for JEE Main February 2021 Paper 2A & 2B is as follows –

MaleFemaleCategory
1324915262General
22102095Gen-EWS
988810910OBC- NCL (Central List)
37142521SC
11772039ST
11255PwD
31,10031,965Total

JEE Main 23rd Feb 2021 B.Arch and B.Plan Shift 1 Question Paper Analysis

JEE Main February 2021 for B.Arch and B.Plan is scheduled on February 23. Check the detailed exam analysis of JEE Main 23rd Feb 2021 Shift 1 exam along with memory-based questions, solutions and answer key. The overall difficulty level of the paper was Moderate.

JEE Main 2021 Day 1 & Shift 1 exam has been conducted on February 23 for B.Arch/ B.Planning (Paper 2A & 2B) from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM. Some questions from previous years’ question papers have been repeated with a change in values. As per the revised exam pattern of JEE Main 2021, the question paper for B.Arch had a total number of 82 questions.

The Mathematics section had a total number of 10 numerical questions out of which the candidates can answer any five. Aptitude & Drawing/ Planning-Based Questions are the other two sections in B.Arch B.Planning exam of JEE Main 2021. On this page, you can check the detailed exam analysis of JEE Main 2021 scheduled on 23rd February 2021 (shift 1) along with memory-based questions & answers. The official JEE Main 2021 answer key will be released within 2 days after the exam. A total number of 63,065 candidates have registered for Paper 2A & 2B of JEE Main February 2021.

JEE Main 23rd Feb 2021 Shift 1 Exam Analysis

The exam analysis of JEE Main 23rd Feb 2021 Shift 1 has been updated here, and the Mathematics had only 3-4 difficult questions. For current affairs, most questions were from 2018.

AspectAnalysis
Overall Difficulty Level of the ExamModerate
Difficulty Level of MathematicsEasy to Moderate
Difficulty Level of General AptitudeEasy to Moderate
Difficulty Level of Drawing QuestionsModerate
Topics with More Weightage in MathematicsVector Algebra                            Coordinate Geometry
Topics with Most Weightage in AptitudePatterns and Sequence
Difficulty Level of Numerical QuestionsTo be Updated
Expected No. of Good Attempts (B.Arch)65+

JEE Main 23rd Feb 2021 Shift 1 Section Wise Difficulty

The section-wise difficulty level of JEE Main 23rd Feb 2021 Shift 1 are as follows –

Name of the SubjectEasy QuestionsAverageDifficult
Mathematics16122
General Aptitude30137

SectionQuestions
Mathematics
If A+B+C = 180 degrees. Then, find tanA+tanb+tanC =? – Answer – tanA tabB tanC
If Z1 and Z2 is a unimodular complex number that satisfy Z12+Z22=4. Then (Z1+Z1)2+ (Z2+Z2)2 is equal to? Answer is 12
Evaluate (elogx + sinx )cosxdx
Area of the triangle formed by the complex number z, iz and z+iz is _____Ans. 1/2 |z|2
Find the equation of the normal to the curve x2 = 4y which passes through the point (1,2). Ans. x+y = 3
The locus of the midpoint of the chord of the circle x 2+y 2=4 which subtends a right angle at the origin is? – Ans. x2 + y2 = 2
No. of divisors of the form (4n + 2), of the integer 240 is – Ans.  20
The DE representing the family of curves y2 (2c + x2021 ) where c is the +ve parameter is of? Ans. Order 1
Given x = cy+bx, y = az+cx, z = bx+ay where x, y and z are not all zero, then a2 + b2 + c2 + 2ab = _____ Ans. 1
The minimum number of times a fair coin needs to be tossed so that the probability of getting at least two heads is at least 0.96 is ____ Ans. 8
If x > 1, y > 1, z > 1 are in GP, then 1 /1+lnx, 1 /1+lny, 1 /1+lnz are in _______Answer –  HP
If A, B and C are vector such that |B| = |C| then {(A+B) x (A+C)} x (B+C) x (BxC) = ______
General AptitudeWho was the designer of the world trade center? – Ans. Minoru Yamasaki, Emery Roth
A person writes letters to 6 friends and addresses a corresponding envelope. The number of ways in which 5 letters can be placed in the wrong envelope is?
Drawing QuestionsThere was a question related to Corona Vaccination & Booth (Not completely sure about questions – to be updated soon)

JEE Main 2021 response sheet will be released within 2 days after the exam, and the results of JEE Main Phase 1 are expected in the first week of March. JEE Main 2021 cutoff for JEE Advanced will be decided after the May 2021 exam.

Total Registrations for JEE Main Paper 2 (Feb 2021)

The total number of registrations for JEE Main February 2021 Paper 2A & 2B is as follows –

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11255PwD
31,10031,965Total

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