JKCET 2021: Application Form (Extended), Exam Date, Syllabus, Eligibility, Pattern

JKCET 2021

JKCET 2021 application form has released on March 14, 2021, at jkbopee.gov.in. However, candidates have to submit the Jammu and Kashmir Common Entrance Test application form by April 14, 2021. If the schedule is such, then JKCET 2021 is expected to be conducted by the end of April. Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examination (JKBOPEE) conducts the JKCET yearly. The engineering entrance exam is held in offline mode for admission of 10+2 qualified/appearing candidates in B.Tech and B.E courses. Jammu and Kashmir Common Entrance Test is a state-level exam. Based on JK Common Entrance Test rank, candidates get admission in private and government colleges of Jammu and Kashmir. Check JKCET 2021 important dates, eligibility, syllabus, and more details from this page.

Latest: JKCET 2021 Application Form is extended till April 30. Click here to apply online.

Latest: JKBOPEE has released admission notification for CET 2021 (Bachelor of Engineering & Technology Courses) only. Download Notification

JKCET 2021 Exam Date, Application Release Date

As per reports about JKCET exam held in previous years, around 82% of the applicants appeared in the exam. On the other hand, based on the previous year information brochure, more than 900 seats were to be filled up through JKBOPEE. Check out the important schedule of events related to JKCET 2021 below.

Important Event of JKCET 2021Dates
Release of official
information brochure
Mar 2021
Start of applications14 Mar 2021
Last date to apply30 Apr 2021
Admit card release3rd week of Apr 2021
Exam dateLast week of Apr 2021
Declaration of Answer keyBy 06.00 PM on the day of
conduct of JKCET 2021 exam
or by 12.00 noon next day
Submission of objections
against Answer Key
Up to 03 days after
the conduct of the exam
Declaration of result3rd week of May 2021
Counselling ScheduleTo be announced
Completion of admissionBy 3rd week of Aug 2021

JKCET 2021 Exam Date

The exam date for JKCET 2021 is yet to be announced officially. However, it is expected that JKBOPEE will be announced it in the month of March 2021.

JKCET 2021 Exam Date Expected – in 4th Week of April 2021

The official exam date is only announced by JKBOPEE. As per last year trends it can be clearly seen that the exam is held by the end of April. Last year, JKCET was cancelled due to the COVID pandemic but was due to be held on April 26. Likewise, it was held in the end of the month in the previous years as well. You can check the data below.

Check out the JKCET Exam Date of the last few years below.

JKCETExam Date
2021b/w 24 to 30 Apr
202026 Apr
(Cancelled)
201928 Apr
201822 Apr

JKCET 2021 Eligibility Criteria

The Board of Professional Entrance Examination specifies certain minimum eligibility conditions for the JKCET exam. As per the previous year information brochure, candidates willing to get admission to B.E and B.Tech courses in Jammu & Kashmir have to fulfil the following minimum eligibility conditions.

Following is the expected eligibility criteria for JKCET 2021

Eligibility for Applying

  • Candidates must be Indian nationals domiciled in the state of Jammu & Kashmir.
  • The minimum age of the applicants must be at least 17 years.
  • There is no upper age limit to apply for JKCET 2021.
  • Candidates must have passed Class 12 from a recognized Board/Institution.
  • They must have studied the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in 10 + 2 level.
  • Candidates must have secured at least 50% aggregate marks in the Class 12th qualifying exam.
  • For reserved category candidates belonging to SC/ST and other socially & educational backward classes (RBA/ALC/OSC), the minimum aggregate qualifying marks is 40%.
  • Those who are appearing in final Class 12th exam or have appeared and awaiting results to be released this year are also eligible to apply.
  • Candidates applying under TFW category are considered as open merit candidates. Hence such candidates have to fulfil all conditions applicable to open merit candidates.

Eligibility for Admissions

  • Candidates must have residence proof of Jammu & Kashmir or Ladakh.
  • Must have passed Class 12th exam from a recognized Board/Institution.
  • Must be at least 17 years old.
  • Must have secured at least 50% aggregate marks in open merit category. For reserved category candidates, the minimum qualifying marks is 40% (SC/ST, RBA, ALC, OSC).
  • Must have passed 10 + 2 with the subjects of PCM as elective subjects for admission to B.E./B.Tech courses.
  • Candidates applying under TFW category are considered as open merit candidates. Hence such candidates have to fulfil all conditions applicable to open merit candidates. Candidates must have residence proof of Jammu & Kashmir or Ladakh.
  • Must have passed Class 12th exam from a recognized Board/Institution.
  • Must be at least 17 years old.
  • Must have secured at least 50% aggregate marks in open merit category. For reserved category candidates, the minimum qualifying marks is 40% (SC/ST, RBA, ALC, OSC).
  • Must have passed 10 + 2 with the subjects of PCM as elective subjects for admission to B.E./B.Tech courses.
  • Candidates applying under TFW category are considered as open merit candidates. Hence such candidates have to fulfil all conditions applicable to open merit candidates.

JKCET 2021 Syllabus

The syllabus of the JKCET 2021 exam is issued by the Board of Professional Entrance Examination at the official website prior to the exam. One must be aware of the syllabus as it contains the indicative subjects and topic contained there within based on which, the question paper for the exam is set.

As per the previous year exam, the JKCET 2021 exam syllabus is expected to be based on the subjects studied by the candidates at the 10+2 standard. As such, the indicative topic are as follows.

PhysicsChemistryMathematics
Physical World and MeasurementChemical Arithmetic & Atomic StructureSets, Relations and Functions
KinematicsChemical EquilibriumComplex Number; Linear Inequation
Laws of MotionChemical KineticsLinear programming
Work, Energy and PowerSolutionsSequence and Series, Permutation and Combination & Binomial Theorem
Motion of system of particles and Rigid BodyChemical ThermodynamicsTrigonometric and Inverse Trigonometry Functions
GravitationRedox Reactions and ElectrochemistryMatrices and Determinants
Properties of Bulk MatterSolid State & States of MatterLimit, Continuity and Differentiation
ThermodynamicsSurface ChemistryIntegration and Differential Equations
The behaviour of Perfect Gas and Kinetic TheoryPeriodic PropertiesStraight Lines and Conic SectionsStatistics and Probability
Oscillations and WavesChemical Bonding & Molecular StructureVectors and Three-dimensional Geometry
ElectrostaticsChemistry of Representative Elements
Current ElectricityTransition Elements including Lanthanoids
Magnetic Effects of Current and MagnetismCoordination Chemistry
Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating CurrentsNomenclature & Basic Concepts in Organic Chemistry
Electromagnetic WavesHydrocarbonsOrganic Chemistry based on Functional Group – I
OpticsOrganic Chemistry based on Functional Group – II
Dual Nature of Matter and RadiationOrganic Chemistry based on Functional Group – III
Atoms and NucleiMolecules of Life
Electronic DevicesPolymers
Communication Systems

Click here for the detailed syllabus of JKCET 2021

JKCET 2021 Exam Pattern

One way to check the exact pattern of the exam is by referring to the previous year question paper. However, the BOPEE indicates the scheme and pattern of the exam in the detailed information brochure released for the JKCET 2021 exam. Check out the key aspects of the expected exam pattern based on the previous iteration of the exam.

  • Mode of Examination: The exam is conducted offline i.e. on OMR sheets.
  • Duration of Examination: Candidates are allowed 3 hours to complete the test.
  • Type of Questions: The question paper consists of objective type questions only.
  • No. of questions: There are 180 questions in all (60 from each section).
  • No. of sections: There are 3 sections i.e. Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
  • Maximum Marks: Total marks is 180.
  • Marking Scheme: Correct answer carries 1 marks and wrong answers are penalized 0.25 marks.

Check out the subject-wise distribution of questions and marks below

Name of SectionNumber of questionsMaximum Marks
Physics6060
Chemistry6060
Mathematics6060
Total180180

How to Prepare For JKCET 2021?

Although the JKCET exam is not known to be of high difficulty level, securing higher marks is desirable to be allotted a seat in your preferred institute.

Check out some useful study tips below for a head start to JKCET 2021 preparations.

#1: The first thing is to plan ahead. Make a study time table as per the syllabus of JKCET 2021. Ensure that all important topics are covered in the study time table. Allocate study hours as required for each topic/subject.

#2: In order to get enlisted in final merit lists of JKCET 2021, candidates need to secure a score that is well over the cut-offs. Therefore, the aim should be to increase the number of good attempts. Refer to previous year papers to get an idea of which questions are expected to be repeated in 2021 exam.

#3: Solve mock tests as much as possible before the exam. This will help to devise and implement time management strategies.

#4: Candidates are advised to refer to NCERT books for Class 11 and 12 for the science stream. Most of the topics indicated in the JKCET 2021 syllabus are covered in depth in the NCERT books.

#5: Remember to revise daily. Revise theoretical knowledge or practice science/mathematics numerical to ensure that you do are able to solve and answer questions without investing too much time.

Check out the subject-wise marks distribution in JKCET 2021 as per previous year notification below.

Physics

UnitMarks
PHYSICAL WORLD AND MEASUREMENT 02
KINEMATICS03
LAWS OF MOTION02
WORK, ENERGY AND POWER02
MOTION OF SYSTEM OF PARTICLES AND RIGID BODY02
GRAVITATION02
PROPERTIES OF BULK MATTER02
THERMODYNAMICS02
BEHAVIOUR OF PERFECT GAS AND KINETIC THEORY02
OSCILLATIONS AND WAVES04
ELECTROSTATICS04
CURRENT ELECTRICITY04
MAGNETIC EFFECTS OF CURRENT AND MAGNETISM05
ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION AND ALT. CURRENTS04
ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES02
OPTICS07
DUAL NATURE OF MATTER AND RADIATION02
ATOMS AND NUCLEI03
ELECTRONIC DEVICES04
COMMUNICATION SYSTEM02

Chemistry

UnitMarks
CHEMICAL ARITHMETIC & ATOMIC STRUCTURE03
CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM04
CHEMICAL KINETICS02
SOLUTIONS02
CHEMICAL THERMODYNAMICS04
REDOX REACTIONS AND ELECTROCHEMISTRY03
SOLID STATE & STATES OF MATTER04
SURFACE CHEMISTRY02
PERIODIC PROPERTIES02
CHEMICAL BONDING AND MOLECULAR STRUCTURE04
CHEMISTRY OF REPRESENTATIVE ELEMENTS04
TRANSITION ELEMENTS INCLUDING LANTHANOIDES02
CO-ORDINATION CHEMISTRY04
NOMENCLATURE AND BASIC CONCEPTS IN ORGANIC CHEMISTRY03
HYDROCARBONS03
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY BASED ON FUNCTIONAL GROUP-I02
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY BASED ON FUNCTION GROUP-II03
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY BASED ON FUNCTIONAL GROUP-III03
MOLECULES OF LIFE03
POLYMERS03

Mathematics

UnitMarks
SETS, RELATIONS AND FUNCTIONS06
COMPLEX NUMBER; LINEAR INEQUATION; LINEAR PROGRAMMING06
SEQUENCE AND SERIES, PERMUTATION AND COMBINATION & BINOMIAL
THEOREM
06
TRIGONOMETRIC AND INVERSE TRIGONOMETRY FUNCTIONS 06
MATRICES AND DETERMINANTS04
LIMIT, CONTINUITY AND DIFFERENTIATION08
INTEGRATION AND DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS07
STRAIGHT LINES AND CONIC SECTIONS05
STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY06

Suggested Books for JKCET 2021

Although a number of commercially available titles are prevalent for the JKCET 2021 exam, it can be confusing at times to choose from the multitude of options. Candidates can ensure that they get the following few titles and prepare in advance for the exam to secure a higher number of good attempts.

Book TitlePurchase Link
16 Years J & K CET – Chapterwise Solutions – MathematicsClick Here
21 Years J&K CET Chapterwise – Physics & ChemistryClick Here
Jammu & Kashmir CET Explorer Solved Papers Engineering Entrance ExamClick Here
Oswaal CBSE Question Bank+NCERT Exemplar Book Class 11 for 2021 examClick Here

JKCET 2021 Application Form

As per the previous year JKCET exam, the application process of JKCET 2021 is conducted online at the official website jkbopee.gov.in. Eligible candidates intending for admission to Engineering & Technology UG courses in institutes of J&K can apply online at the aforementioned website. Check out the details here.

How to apply?

In order to apply, candidates have to make a deposit of the specified application fee and upload the necessary documents as scanned soft copies. Here is a detailed step by step guideline on how to register and apply for the JKCET 2021 exam below.

Step 1: Go to the official website jkbopee.gov.in and click on the link to apply for JKCET 2021.

Step 2: Enter the registration details in the “New User Registration” link to generate the application number and password.

Step 3: Log in to the website using the generated application number and password to access the online application form.

Step 4: Make the payment of the one time, non-refundable application fee.

Step 5: Enter requisite details on the online application form correctly.

Step 6: Upload the relevant scanned copies of supporting documents and ensure that all the information entered are correct.

Step 7: Make the final submission of the JKCET 2021 Application Form and generate the Confirmation Page.

JKCET 2021 Application fee

As per the previous year’s application process candidates were charged an application fee in order to apply. Based on such trends, it is expected that the JKCET 2021 application fee will remain the same this year.

  • JKCET application fee for JKCET 2021 exam is expected to be Rs 1200.
  • Fee can be paid online through Integrated Payment Gateway using Credit/Debit Card.

JKCET 2021 Exam Centre

As per the previous year information brochure, the JKCET exam is to be conducted in centres in the cities of Srinagar and Jammu only. Test centres are allotted by the Board and informed to the candidates through the JKCET 2021 admit card.

Test centres once allotted cannot be changed under any circumstances. There will be no provision of conducting a retest if a candidate fails to appear in the test as per schedule at the designated exam centre.

JKCET 2021 Test Centres
Srinagar
Jammu

JKCET 2021 Admit Card

The Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examinations releases the JKCET admit card around 10 days before the exam. It is only issued to eligible candidates bearing information such as the candidate’s name, roll number, name of the test centre etc. JKCET 2021 admit card is expected to release at the official website of the Board i.e. jkbopee.gov.in as per the previous year schedule of events.

Important points to note about JKCET 2021 Admit Card

  • Since the JKCET 2021 is a proof of eligibility of the candidate to appear in an exam, candidates failing to produce the print out of the JKCET 2021 admit card are not allowed to appear in the exam.
  • JKCET 2021 admit cards are only made available online and candidates can download it from the website by logging in with the application number and password.
  • Once downloaded, candidates are required to print the JKCET 2021 admit card on photo paper in colour.
  • As per the previous JKCET exam, candidates without internet facility can avail support regarding the download of JKCET admit card at the Help Desk of IT Section of BOPEE with a prior telephonic appointment by paying a nominal fee of Rs 100.
  • Along with the JKCET 2021 admit card, it is advised that candidates carry a photo identity proof in original and multiple photographs (identical as the one on the JKCET admit card).

JKCET 2021 Mock Tests

One way to prepare effectively for JKCET 2021 is by solving mock tests. Alternatively, candidates can also refer to the previous year question papers and solve them as mock tests. Mock tests are essentially simulated versions of the actual exam by replicating the question paper. As such, candidates solving mock tests can avail certain competitive advantages as below.

  • Check out the pattern of the exam from mock tests.
  • One can know the high scoring sections by solving mock tests.
  • There is a strong chance to come across commonly repeated questions by solving mock tests.
  • Candidates solving mock tests before the exam have the opportunity to manage their time effectively by effective practice.

Click here for mock tests of JKCET 2021

JKCET 2021 Exam Instructions

The JKCET 2021 is expected to be conducted as per general instructions provided by the Board in the information brochure. Specific exam day instructions are also provided through the JKCET admit card. Candidates are required to adhere to such instructions strictly and be aware of them before appearing in the exam.

Check out some of the most important exam instructions for JKCET 2021 as per the previous year information brochure below.

  • Candidates are advised to check the question booklet before attempting to answer any questions. Any discrepancies are to be notified to the invigilator.
  • JKCET 2021 question paper booklet must have 180 questions. The Board does not entertain any complaint in this regard after the exam is concluded.
  • Candidates are not allowed to make any marking on the question booklet. Separate paper for rough work is also included in the question booklet.
  • Each question booklet has four series named as A, B, C, D. The serial number is printed on the booklet.
  • Candidates are allowed to take the question booklets with them after the exam.
  • Candidates must fill-up the blanks at the top of the OMR sheet carefully by entering the relevant information.
  • Candidates must tear open the seal of the question booklet only after getting the signal to start.
  • In the OMR sheet, each question has four options indicated by circles numbered as 1, 2, 3, 4 in accordance with the question on the question booklet. Candidates have to darken the appropriate circle completely with black or blue ballpoint pen.
  • JKCET exam centre opens 15 minutes before the reporting time. Candidates must be in their seats at the reporting time of the entrance test.
  • JKCET 2021 admit card must be produced on demand. Candidates failing to do so may not be allowed to take the test.
  • Candidates are not allowed to bring any electronic communication devices including mobile phones/calculators/pocket transistors/watches etc. Calculators/slide rules are also not allowed in the exam hall.
  • Candidates are not allowed to eat or drink in the exam hall.
  • One must sit in the seat allotted to them only.
  • It must be noted that no candidate is allowed to leave the exam hall once the exam starts until the completion of the entire duration of the exam.
  • Candidates are not allowed to leave without handing over the Answer Sheet to the invigilator.

JKCET 2021 Answer Key

Based on previous year trends of the JKCET exam, the Board releases the answer keys after conducting the JKCET exam. JKCET 2021 answer keys are therefore expected to be released after the conduct of the exam at the official websites i.e. jkbopee.gov.in and jakbopee.org. One of the notable trends expected to be continued in 2021 is the facility to raise objections against the JKCET 2021 answer key.

  • At first, the JKCET 2021 provisional answer keys are released by the JKBOPEE in the evening of the date of conduct of the exam or up to 12 noon on the next day.
  • The JKCET 2021 question paper and answer key remain on the website for three days within which, candidates can submit their objections.
  • Objections must be supported by adequate proof from standard textbooks within three working days after the exam at the Board’s office at Srinagar or Jammu.
  • In order to submit objections, candidates have to deposit a fee of (amount to be disclosed, last year it was Rs 1000) per representation per paper at the POS terminal at Jammu and Kashmir BOPEE office.

JKBOPEE revises the answer key as per the valid objections received and upload the final answer keys on the website of the Board. Once the final answer keys are released, candidates cannot raise any more objections. Candidates will, however, be able to request re-totalling of marks by paying the fee.

JKCET 2021 Result

The JKCET 2021 results are released at the official website jkbopee.gov.in or jakbopee.org after the conclusion of the exam. Based on the previous year trends, the merit list of successful candidates is prepared on the basis of performance in the entrance test and eligibility. Last year upon cancellation of the JKCET exam, merit was on the basis of the marks obtained in the Class 12th exam.

Check out key highlights of JKCET 2021 result below.

  • Separate merit lists of JKCET 2021 in descending order are prepared for open merit category and other reserved categories.
  • For allotment of seats in Government Engineering Colleges to candidates shortlisted in the reserved category, inter-se merit within each category is taken into consideration.
  • In case there is a dearth of candidates compared to the number of seats available for reserved category, the seats are filled from candidates shortlisted in the open-merit category.

JKCET 2021 Tie Breaking Rule

In case there is a tie in marks obtained by two or more candidates, the JKBOPEE indicated the adoption of certain tie breaking criteria in the previous year information brochure of JKCET. Check out the details below.

  • Marks obtained in the Mathematics section is considered.
  • If marks obtained in Mathematics is also same, marks obtained in Physics section is considered.
  • If marks obtained in Physics section is also the same, then marks obtained in Chemistry category is considered.
  • If marks obtained in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry are all in tie, then the candidate older in age is considered for higher rank in the merit list.

Note: Candidates can raise a request for re-totalling of marks by paying a fee of Rs 1000 within three days of the declaration of result.

JKCET 2021 Reservation Criteria

As per the previous year information brochure of JKCET 2021, reservation of seats in Government Engineering Colleges will be available for open merit and reserved categories. Check out the details below as per the previous year information brochure of JKCET.

JKCET 2021 Seat Matrix

BOPEE indicated the availability of seats in Government Engineering Colleges of the Jammu & Kashmir through the JKCET information brochure last year. Updated seat matrix is expected to be included in the information brochure for JKCET 2021 when it is released. Candidates can check out the JKCET 2021 seat matrix as per previous year information brochure below.

InstituteIntake CapacitySeats to be filled by BOPEE
Govt College of Engineering & Technology, Chak Bhalwal Jammu300315
Govt College of Engineering & Technology, Ganderbal, Kashmir300315
University Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jangalote, Kathua12096
Model Institute of Engineering & Technology, Kot Bhalwal, Jammu420399 + 21(5% seats for TFW candidates)
MBS College of Engineering & Technology, Babliana, Jammu360180 + 9.05 (5% seats for TFW candidates)
SSM College of Engineering, Pattan, Baramulla, Kashmir600570 + 30 (5% seats for TFW candidates)
Yogananda College of Engineering & Technology, Patoli, Jammu420399 + 21 (5% seats for TFW candidates)
Bhargava College of Engineering & Technology Supwal (Samba)300285 + 15 (5% seats for TFW candidates)

JKCET 2021 Counselling

As per the previous iteration of the JKCET exam, qualifiers are allotted seats on the basis of merit cum preference and reservation rules to an applicable course. For this, the process of counselling is conducted.

  • The counselling process allows the candidates to indicate their preference for allotment of institutes/disciplines.
  • Candidates are required to fill up the preference form (online/offline).
  • Following the completion of the first round of JKCET 2021 counselling, the board publishes the JKCET 2021 seat allotment notification on the website jkbopee.gov.in as well as in leading English dailies.

In case of physical counselling, candidates have to appear for the counselling round along with original documents, JKCET 2021 admit card and payment receipt of counselling fee of (amount to be revealed, last year fee was Rs 1500). The counselling fee can be paid at (mode to be announced, last year it was through the POS terminal at BOPEE office in Srinagar/Jammu). Candidates have to fill up the counselling form indicating multiple choices of disciplines/institutions.

Last year, both the options of Online and Physical counselling were available. Check out the procedures for both below as per the previous year trends.

Procedure for Online Counselling

  • JKCET 2021 qualifying candidates will be allowed to appear in the online counselling.
  • Candidates will be required to fill-up the online preference form online at the website jkbopee.gov.in and jakbopee.org as per schedule.
  • An application fee of (amount to be revealed, last year fee was Rs 1500) needs to be paid to be eligible for consideration for allotment of seat.

Procedure for Physical Counselling

  • The eligibility for appearing in the physical counselling will be qualifying the JKCET 2021 exam and getting shortlisted in the final merit list.
  • Candidates have to fill-up the preference form as per the schedule and are present before the counselling committee during the process.
  • An application fee of (amount to be revealed, last year fee was Rs 1500) must be paid through POS machine in the BOPEE office at Jammu/Srinagar.
  • Seats are allotted on the basis of merit and preference with regards to reservation rules.
  • Candidates will be called for counselling as per JKCET 2021 rank obtained in the examination.

Note: Candidates who secure less than 10 marks or as specified by JKBOPEE will not be considered for admission.

JKCET 2021 Fee Structure

Institute informed fee details were indicated by the BOPEE in the official information brochure for the previous year JKCET. It is expected that such information will also be available in the latest information brochure for JKCET 2021 when it releases as per schedule.

Check out the fee details as per the previous year information brochure below.

JKCET 2021 Participating Institutes

The JKCET score is accepted by many Government and Private institutes in the Union Territory of Jammu & Kashmir for admission to Engineering and Technology courses. As per the previous year information brochure, the following institutes in J&K are expected to accept the JKCET 2021 score for admission.

InstituteB.E./B.Tech CoursesSeats
Government College of Engineering & Technology, Jammu
Civil
Computer
Mechanical
Electrical
E&C
300
Government College of Engineering & Technology, GanderbalCivil
Computer Sc. & Engineering
Mechanical
Electrical & Electronics
Bio Medical
300
University Institute of Engineering & Technology, KathuaCivil
Computer Sc. & Engineering
690
Model Institute of Engineering & Technology, JammuCivil
E & C
Computer Sc. & Engineering
Electrical
399
MBS College of Engineering & Technology, JammuE & C
Computer Sc. & Engineering
Electrical
Mechanical
I.T.
120
SSM College of Engineering, KashmirCivil
E & C
Computer
Electrical
Mechanical
627
Yogananda College of Engineering & Technology, JammuCivil
Computer Sc. & Engineering
Electrical
Mechanical
399
Bhargava College of Engineering & Technology, JammuCivil
E & C
Computer
Electrical
Mechanical
256

About JKBOPEE

The Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examination Act was passed in the year 2002. Under the provisions of the Act, the Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examination was formed in the same year. It replaces the functions of the competent authority that held entrance examinations earlier. JPBOPEE conducts the JKCET exam for admission to the state-owned institutes offering admission to various Engineering & technology courses at the undergraduate level.

Click Here for the official website of JKBOPEEE

JKBOEE Contact Details

Jammu4th Floor, South Block, Bahu Plaza
Jammu – 180012

+91 191-2470102
+91 191-2479371
SrinagarBaghat-i-Barzulla, Opposite J&K Bank
Srinagar – 190005


+91 194-2433590
+91 194-2437647
Websitejkbopee.gov.in
jakbopee.org
Emailhelpdeskjakbopee@gmail.com
coejakbopee@gmail.com
Help Desk9419403272
9622366360
9419434133
9906509387
9419106698
9469012295

FAQs

Q1. Can candidates not from Jammu & Kashmir apply for JKCET?
Ans. No. JKCET is only for those candidates domiciled in the Union Territory of Jammu & Kashmir.

Q2. Who is the conducting body of JKCET?
Ans. The JKCET exam is conducted by the Jammu & Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examination.

Q3. What the maximum file size of photograph & signature for JKCET application form?
Ans. The maximum file size allowed for photograph is 500 KB and for signature, it is 200 KB.

Q4. Is it compulsory that candidates have to be permanent residents of J&K in order to appear for JKCET?
Ans. Yes, it is mandatory for candidates to be domiciled in the state of Jammu & Kashmir in order to apply for the exam.

Q5. When is JKCET 2021 going to be held?
Ans. It is expected that JKCET 2021 will be held during the last week of April 2021.

Official Website: jakbopee.org

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