NCHMCT JEE Entrance Exam FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

Last Updated on : 14/08/2020

The National Testing Agency is going to conduct NCHM JEE 2020 exam on 29th August 2020 via online CBT mode. Check out the frequently asked question for the exam to get a clear idea.

Question 1: When will be the NCHMCT JEE 2020 admit card released?

The admit cards for the National Council for Hotel Management Joint Entrance Examination (NCHM JEE) 2020 is likely to be produce online 15 days prior to the exam day, which is 29th August 2020.


Question 2: How to check NCHMCT JEE 2020 Result?

Candidates need to visit the official website and enter their login details to check the result. The NCHMCT JEE 2020 Result downloading link will be live in the first week of September 2020.


Question 3: What is the NCHM JEE exam?

NCHM JEE is National Council for Hotel Management (NCHM) Joint Entrance Exam (JEE).


Question 4: When will the NCHMCT JEE 2020 Exam be held?

As per the NCHMCT JEE 2020 revised schedule, the exam is scheduled to be held on 29th August 2020.


Question 5: When one can avail the application form of the NCHMCT JEE 2020 Exam?

The application forms will be available from 1st January to 30th April 2020. While, the application correction link is live till 22nd May 2020.


Question 6: How much is the application fee for the exam?

The General and OBC candidates are charged Rs 800 as application fee while the SC/ ST /PwD/Transgender candidates are charged Rs 400.


Question 7: Is there any reservation of seats in the exam?

Yes, seats are reserved for a 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 respectively.


Question 8: What are the criteria for 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 subjects.


Question 9: What is the age limit for the exam?

The upper age limit for the exam for General and OBC candidate is 25 years, whereas for the reserved category candidate it is 28 years.


Question 10: Is there any scheme of negative marking in the exam?

Yes, there is a scheme of negative marking in the exam. For every incorrect answer, 1 mark is deducted.


Question 11: What is the nature of questions in the exam?

The question paper has objective type questions.


Question 12: What are the Papers for which the NCHMCT JEE 2020 Exam will be conducted?

The questions are asked from the 5 areas of subjects – Reasoning and Logical deductions, English Language, Numerical Ability and Analytical Aptitude, General Knowledge & Current Affairs, and Aptitude for Service Sector.


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