NCHMCT JEE 2018 Exam: Admit Card
Candidates can download their Admit Card from the official website of the NCHMCT JEE from 20 April to 28 April 2018. By entering their details like name, address, and date of birth, candidates can download their admit card. It should be noted that candidate should keep two copies of admit card at the examination center. One of the copies of the admit duly self attested should be submitted with the Invigilator for his signature. This admit card which is being signed by the Invigilator should be produced by the candidate before the counselling authority during the admission process. Another copy of the admit card would be submitted at the examination center.
NCHMCT JEE 2018 Exam: Result Declaration & Counselling
Candidates can see their results online by entering their name and date of birth in the 3rd week of May 2018. All India merit list is prepared as per the score of the candidates in the NCHMCT JEEwritten examination.
The successful candidates in the exam are called for counselling and for the allotment of seats. On the basis of the marks scored by the candidates and his choice for the college and course, a seat is allotted to them.
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
Q. When will the NCHMCT JEE 2018 Exam will be held?
The exam will be held on 28 April 2018.
Q. When one can avail the application form of the NCHMCT JEE 2018 Exam?
Candidates can avail application form from 24 December 2017 to 11 April 2018.
Q. How much is the application fee for the exam?
The General and OBC candidates are charged ₹800 application fee while the SC/ ST /PwD candidates are charged ₹ 400.
Q. Is there any reservation of seats in the exam?
Yes seats are reserved for certain category of candidates as per the government rules and regulations. For OBC candidates 27% seats are reserved, whereas for the SC and ST candidates 15% and 7.5 % seats are reserved.
Q. What is the criteria of eligibility for the exam?
The candidate should have done his 12th standard from any recognized University or Board. He should have done his 12th standard with English as one of the subject.
Q. What is age limit for the exam?
The upper age limit for the exam for General and OBC candidate is 22 years, whereas for the reserved category candidate it is 25 years.
Q. Is there any scheme of negative marking in the exam?
Yes there is scheme of negative marking in the exam. For every incorrect answer 0.25 marks is deducted.
Q. What is the nature of questions in the exam?
The question paper has objective type questions in the exam.
Q. Is there any system of graded marking in the NCHMCT JEE 2018 Exam?
Yes there is a system of graded marking for the Service sector in the question paper.
Q. What are the Papers for which the NCHMCT JEE 2018 Exam will be conducted?
The questions are asked from the 5 areas of subjects – Reasoning and Logical deductions, English language, Numerical Aptitude and Analytical abilities, General Knowledge and Current affairs and Aptitude for Service Sector.