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Amity JEE

Amity Joint Entrance Examination

Overview

AMITY JEE is an abbreviation for the Amity Joint Entrance Exam, which is administered by Amity University to candidates seeking admission to the university's several Engineering programs. This examination is held once a year in an online format, i.e., a computer-based test. Amity JEE is administered in cities across the country. The questions are based on the CBSE XII syllabus, which included Physics, Chemistry, Maths (PCM), and English, as well as Physics, Chemistry, Biology (PCB), and English.

Highlights:

Particulars  Information 
Exam  Amity Joint Entrance Examination
Conducted by Amity University
Level of exam University Level
Frequency of exam Once a Year
Mode of exam Computer based test (Online)

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Eligibility

Amity University offers a variety of B.Tech. programs to interested students, each with its own set of qualifying requirements. Before applying for the examination, candidates should review the qualifying requirements. The following are some of the most prevalent eligibility criteria:

  • Educational Criteria: Candidates who have finished Class 10th and are studying or have completed Class 12th or its similar exam from an acknowledged Board/University are eligible to apply for the Amity JEE.
  • Compulsory Subjects: Candidates must have studied Physics, Chemistry, and Maths [PCM] in Class 10th and Class 12th to be eligible. Furthermore, English should have been a required subject in their 12th curriculum.
  • Age Restriction: To be eligible to apply for the Amity JEE, candidates must be at least 16 years old and no older than 23 years old.
  • Reserved Category: Candidates belonging to reserved groups, such as SC, ST, OBC and so on, would be permitted a 5% relaxation in the aggregate marks attained in their qualifying examination.
  • Minimum Percentage Criteria: The minimum percentage criterion for non-sponsored and sponsored categories differs.
    B.Tech. (Computer Science and Engg.) At least 60% in Class 10th & 12th, and 70% in PCM for Non-Sponsored & 65% for Sponsored Categories
    B.Tech. (Electrical & Electronics Engg. / Electronics & Communication Engg. / Aeronautical Engg. / Information Technology / Mechanical Engg. / Civil Engg. / Industrial Heavy Machinery / Automobile Engg. / Aerospace Engg. /Electronics & Telecommunication / Electronics & Instrumentation) At least 60% in Class X & XII, and. 60% in PCM for Non-Sponsored & 55% for Sponsored Categories
    Dual Degree B.Tech. M.Tech. (Avionics) + (Aerospace Engg.) / (Mechanical Engineering) + M.Tech. (Automobile Engineering) At least 60% in Class X & XII, and 60% in PCM for Non-Sponsored & 55% for Sponsored Categories
    B.Tech. (Electronics & Communications Engg / Computer Science & Engg. / Civil Engg. / Mechanical Engineering) - 3 Continent At least 55% for Non-Sponsored and 50% for Sponsored Categories in PCM
    B.Tech. (Electronics & Communication Engg. / Computer Science & Engg. / Mechanical Engg. – International / Mechanical Engineering) Evening At least 60% for Non-Sponsored and 55% for Sponsored Categories in PCM

Syllabus

The Amity JEE Syllabus for the engineering paper includes Physics, General English, Chemistry, and Biology/ Mathematics from classes 11th and 12th. Candidates can select one of the two sections, Biology or Mathematics. Amity JEE consists of 90 questions that must be answered in 120 minutes. The general English portion comprises 15 questions, while the other three sections each have 25 questions.

General English
Grammar & Usage Critical Reasoning
Word usage Sentence Correction
Para Jumble Fill in the blanks
Idioms Para completion
Vocabulary Para Summary
Physics
Kinematics of a Particle  Physics and Measurement
Newton’s Law of Motion Vector Algebra
Rotational Motion Work, Energy and Power
Periodic Motion Gravitation
Properties of Solids and Liquids Wave Motion
Thermodynamics Heat
Electrostatics Kinetic Theory of Gases
Magnetic Effect of Current Current Electricity
Terrestrial Magnetism Magnetism
Alternating Waves Electromagnetic Induction
Ray Optics Electromagnetic Waves
Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation Wave Optics
Electronic Devices Atoms and Nuclei
Experimental Skills Communication Systems
Chemistry
P-block Elements  Some Basic Concepts in Chemistry
Characterization/ Purification - Organic Compounds Redox Reactions
Hydrocarbons Atomic Structure
Solutions Solid State
Electrochemistry Chemical Kinetics
Organic Compounds containing Halogens (Alkyl and Aryl Halides) Surface Chemistry
Co-ordination Compounds Hydrogen
Organic Compounds containing Oxygen Chemical Thermodynamics
Isolation of Elements - General Principles/Process Biomolecules
D and F Block Elements States of Matter
Classification of Elements along with Periodicity in Properties Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
S-block Elements: Group 1 and 2 Chemical Equilibrium
Organic Compounds containing Nitrogen Ionic Equilibrium
Chemistry in Everyday Life Organic Chemistry - Basic Principles
Mathematics
Sequence Series Quadratic Equation
Binomial Theorem Complex Numbers
Matrix and Determinants Permutation and Combination
Circle Straight Line
Trigonometric Equations Parabola
Functions Properties of Triangles
Differentiation and Differentiability Limits and Continuity
Definite Integration Indefinite Integration
Maxima and Minima Application of Derivatives
Inverse Trigonometric Function Ellipse and Hyperbola
Vectors Probabilities
Biology
Human Physiology Diversity in Living World
Plant Physiology Cell Structure and Function
Plants & Animals - Structural Organization Reproduction
Genetics and Evolution Biotechnology - its Applications
Ecology and Environment Human Welfare & Biology

 

Exam Pattern

The exam pattern for Amity JEE is as follows:

  • All of the questions will be objective type (MCQs).
  • The total number of questions in one set will be 90, with a time restriction of 120 minutes.
  • If more than one option is picked for any question, no marks will be granted.
  • On average, 1.25 minutes will be set out for each question's solution.
  • Four points will be granted for each accurate entry, and one point will be subtracted for each wrongly answered question.
  • The degree of difficulty of the questions will be carefully maintained in accordance with the time limit.

 

Subject-wise Distribution:

  Max. Questions Max. Marks
General English 15 60
Physics 25 100
Chemistry 25 100
Mathematics/ Biology 25 100
Total 90 questions 360 marks

Exam Paper

The greatest tools for preparing for the exam are Amity JEE practice papers and previous year question papers. Sample papers assist candidates in understanding the test format. Amity JEE is held entirely online. Applicants should have passed 10+2 or similar with the appropriate minimum grades from a recognized board in order to be eligible. An applicant's admission is determined by the score of Amity JEE, followed by a GD and a PI.

Exam Prepare

Amity will provide the JEE mock test in due course. It is recommended that you complete a large number of practice exams in order to improve your preparedness and confidence level. Solving example papers on a regular basis helps you clear your concepts, boost your preparation and improve your time management abilities.

Exam Important Date

Availability of Application form 1st week of January, 2022
Submission of Application form 3rd week of May, 2022
Exam scheduling/ re-scheduling  Post application process
Amity JEE Exam Date 2nd week of June, 2022
Result Declaration 3rd week of June, 2022
Counselling  June/ July, 2022

Exam Application Process

The first and most important step is to sign up for Amity JEE on the website. The admissions pack may be accessed on the website by paying the application form cost of INR 1,100. The application form, along with a photograph, must be submitted/sent to the particular campus. Aspirants must submit applications and choose the desired date, time, and campus.

  • Amity Admission Call Letter: It is mandatory for applicants to bring one government-issued photo ID (e.g., Voter ID, Aadhaar card, driving license) along with their Amity admission admit card to the counseling session.
  • Amity admissions merit list: Amity admission merit list is released on the website for all chosen students. Candidates are chosen for the counseling procedure based on their JEE Main rankings and scores.
  • Amity interview: Each campus conducts an amity interview individually. Aspirants are encouraged to visit the website on a frequent basis for updates and information on the interview and seat allocation process. 

Registration Fee:

  • Amity JEE's application fee is INR 1100.
  • It may be paid for with a credit card, NET Banking, or a debit card.
  • Additional transaction fees will be applied in accordance with the bank's policies.
  • There are no exceptions for candidates from the SC/ST/PWD categories. They are also required to pay the same application cost.
  • The application cost is non-refundable and non-transferable. There may be exceptions to this rule in the following circumstances:
  • For the same application number, more than one payment is made.
  • Paid the cost online but did not receive the application form owing to a connection problem, and the institution does not give a floppy copy of the application form.

Important: For online payments, it is crucial to keep the transaction number for future reference, and any request for a refund, for any reason, will be at the University's exclusive discretion.

Selection Process: 

Following the tests, qualified candidates will be contacted at the main campus for personal interviews and group discussions. Candidates that qualify will be assigned a subject depending on their score and availability.

  • Following the completion of the Amity JEE Exam in all cities, Amity University announces a merit list based on the performance of applicants in the exams.
  • All qualified candidates get information about the same via email and phone calls. In addition, the candidate is urged to check his/her account on a frequent basis.
  • In rare situations, candidates will be denied the ability to select from a list of counselling dates. In this instance, he can select a date to visit the designated campus for additional admission procedures.
  • Candidates must bring all relevant papers, including qualifying examination mark sheets and passport-size pictures, with them.
  • Candidates must have their admit card on them at all times. Failure to present any needed documents during counselling may result in the candidate's rejection.
  • Finally, candidates will be subjected to a series of personal interviews on campus, and they will be admitted to the institution based on their performance in the Entrance test and personal interviews.
  • Candidates with aggregate marks of 85 percent or higher in 12th (ISC/CBSE/State-Boards) are excluded from the selection procedure. The Amity Application Form will be used to choose candidates.

Cut Off: 

  • The Amity JEE cut-off marks are published on the website. To be eligible for admission into the different B.Tech. programmes offered, students must clear the Amity JEE cut-off. The Amity JEE cut-off marks are determined by the following factors:
    • The number of candidates attempting the Amity Joint Entrance Exam.
    • The level of difficulty of the Amity JEE.
    • The number of available seats.
    • Trends in previous years' cut-offs

Exam Center

During the application process, candidates will be able to choose the exam centres that best suit their needs and preferences. The Amity JEE is held in cities across India. Candidates will be assigned just one exam centre based on the choices they made throughout the application process, and it will not be modified under any circumstances. The following is a list of exam centres:

Lucknow Ghaziabad Agra Raipur
Ludhiana Greater Noida Ahmedabad Rajahmundry
Madurai Gudlavalleru Allahabad Rajkot
Malappuram Dist Guntur Aluva Ranchi
Mangalore Gurgaon Ambala Cantt. Salem
Margao Guwahati Amritsar Sangli
Meerut Gwalior Amroha Secunderabad
Mohali Haldwani Aundh Shillong
Moradabad Hamirpur Bangalore Shimla
Mumbai Hyderabad Bareilly Siliguri
Mysore Indore Bhagalpur Solan
Nagercoil Jabalpur Bhatinda Srinagar
Nagpur Jagadhri Bhilai Surat
Nalgonda Jaipur Bhopal Thane
Nashik Jalandhar Bhubaneshwar Theni
Navi Mumbai Jamshedpur Calicut Thrissur
Nellithope Kalwa Chandigarh Tirunelveli
New Delhi Kannur Changa Tirupathi
Nizamabad Kannur Chennai Trichy
Noida Kanpur Coimbatore Trivandrum
Ongole Karnal Dehradun Udaipur
Panjim Khammam Dhanbad Vadodra
Patiala Kochi Dibrugarh Varanasi
Patna Kolhapur Dombivli Vasai
Phagwara Kolkata Durgapur Vijayawada
Pondicherry Kottayam Ernakulam Virar
Pune Kurukshetra Faridabad Vishakhapatnam
Yamuna Nagar Kurnool - -

Admit Card

The admit card for Amity Admission is accessible on the website. Those who have enrolled will be able to download their admit card. Amity entrance admit cards are posted online 48 hours before the exam. To the interview centre, aspirants must bring one government ID evidence (Voter ID, Aadhaar Card, Driving License, etc.) in addition to their Amity entrance admit cards.

Steps to download Admit Card:

  • For admission to Amity, select your chosen day and city and select the admissions webpage.
  • To login, enter your number and password.
  • Check the website to see whether the admission date has been announced.
  • Schedule your desired test day and time window to acquire your admission card.
  • Take a print of the same after downloading it.
  • Students should be aware that candidates who reserve dates but do not appear for admission will be fined Rs.700 for rescheduling.

FAQ

Q1. Do I need to carry my JEE Main scorecard to the interview?
Ans.
Yes, the JEE Main scorecard is a required document that applicants must bring to the counselling location for verification.

Q2. How can I be certain that my admission has been confirmed?
Ans.
If your admission is confirmed, you will get a message of congratulations via the Admission Microsite. You will also be able to access your Provisional Admission Offer Letter online. You are required to properly review the Offer Letter and take appropriate action.

Q3. Is it possible to get into Amity without taking the Amity JEE exam?
Ans.
Students having an 80 percent or above aggregate in class 12th in ICSE/ CBSE/ State Boards are eligible for direct admission to Amity without taking the Amity JEE.

Q4. Can I participate in the selection process online?
Ans.
The selection procedure takes place at the Amity University campus in Noida, and the candidate must be physically present. The online selection procedure is exclusively available to NRI/ foreign candidates through Skype.

Q5. How many interview dates can I choose at once?
Ans.
An applicant can choose up to two dates for the selection process. If the applicant does not show on both occasions, no more dates will be granted.

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