MKCL's Mission JEE

From 2013 onwards “One Nation One Test” policy for Entrance into Engineering Colleges which has started getting implemented across nation.


What does this policy mean?

The various state-wise entrance examinations will be replaced by one test for Entrance into Engineering

  • Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) (Mains) for Engineering


Let us explain the changed scenario in detail:

How does it affect studentsHow to cope with this change
Concepts of both 11th & 12th Preparation for JEE has to start from 11th std.
Equal focus on Board Exams In the case of JEE, 40% weightage is on board examinations marks. Hence, descriptive questions have gained a lot of importance.
Shift in approach: from speed to clarity of concepts You need to have deeper understanding of the concepts. Students need to focus on clarity of concepts more than speed of solving questions.
Competition on a national level As the competition has increased manifold, even a single mark would make or break the chances of getting into a reputed college. Hence lots of practice is needed to prepare students better to face the competition on a national level. (In 2013, 12 lakhs students appeared for JEE (Mains))