Jammu & Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examination (JKBOPEE) has extended the last date to apply for Jammu and Kashmir Common Entrance Test (JKCET) 2021. The last date to apply is now May 10, 2021, until midnight. The extension of the application process has been notified via an official notice at jkbopee.gov.in on April 29, 2021. The official notice is as follows:
The exam date, however, has yet not been decided. The exam date is yet to be announced by the board.
The last date to apply for JKCET 2021 has been already extended once. Initially, the last date to apply was April 16, 2021, which was then deferred to April 30, 2021. Now the revised last date is May 10, 2021.
JKBOPEE has released the JKCET application form on March 14, 2021, online at jkbopee.gov.in. For filling the application form, it is mandatory to fulfill eligibility criteria which are to be the completion of 10+2 with minimum 50% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. Apart from uploading the scanned images of photograph and signature, candidates need to attach other documents with the form as well like a certificate of proof of residing in the union territory, marks certificate of a qualifying exam, category certificate (if any), etc.
The application process of JKCET 2021 requires candidates to fill the details in the form, upload the images and documents, pay the application fee and lastly, take the printout of the application form. In the JKCET 2021 Application Form, the aspirants have to upload an image of their photograph, signature, thumb impression, and other relevant documents.
Also, JKBOPEE provides an online facility for the candidates to check the status of acceptance or rejection of JKCET 2021 application form.
Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examination will organize the offline entrance exam of JKCET 2021. This state level entrance test is conducted every year to offer admission into B.Tech and B.E programmes. Candidates have to qualify this entrance test to get admission into engineering programmes in various private or government institutions situated in Jammu & Kashmir.
The candidates are given 3 hours to complete the test. The test comprises multiple-choice questions. There are total 180 questions in the test. The questions are asked from Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics subjects. Each question carries 01 marks. For each wrong answer, 0.25 marks are deducted.