NCHMCT JEE 2020 application commenced from 1st January 2020. While initially the deadline date for the application was set as 20th March 2020, the National Test Agency (NTA), governing body of the NCHM JEE exam, decided to extend the application deadline to the 31st March 2020. This was due to the massive number of requests from the aspiring candidates.
However, according to the latest updates, it is now confirmed that the deadline for the application has been further extended to the 15th May 2020. This successive extension has taken place due to the massive outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic. National Testing Agency (NTA) had recently announced that the NCHMCT JEE 2020 will be conducted on the 22nd June 2020 from 3 pm to 6 pm. However, MHRD minister Ramesh Pokhriyal tweeted on the 7th June 2020 that the NCHMCT JEE 2020 will be postponed even further. This article would specifically emphasize on the application part of the NCHMCT JEE exam including the procedure of application, required documents and other essential exam-related information.
Important Update- MHRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal tweeted on 7th June 2020 that the NCHMCT JEE 2020 will be further postponed. NTA recently announced on 25th May 2020 that the entrance exam would take place on 22nd June 2020 but due to massive number requests from students and analyzing the current situation, the MHRD minister made the announcement. New dates will be notified shortly on the official website of ‘NTA’.
|Application process started from||1st January 2020|
|Deadline for the application||15th May 2020|
|Last date for submitting application fee (Credit or debit card)||15th May 2020|
|NCHMCT JEE exam date||Yet to be Announced|
|NCHMCT JEE result date||Yet to be Announced|
Aspiring candidates who wish to apply for the NCHMCT JEE 2020 must fulfill the eligibility criteria to stay eligible for appearing in the exam. Candidates must have passed the 10 + 2 exam from a recognized university with passing marks in the 5 main subjects. You must also satisfy the age criteria according to the respective category you belong to. If a candidate is found ineligible for the exam, at any point during the procedure, then his/her candidature would be discarded by the exam authority.
Qualifying Examinations which are accepted by the NCHMCT Authority
Candidates must have completed their 10 + 2 or equivalent from a recognized board or university with English and 4 other main subjects. Aspirants who are appearing in the qualifying examination for the academic session 2019-2020 will also be considered eligible to apply for the NCHMCT JEE 2020 provided they must possess their result at the time of NCHMCT JEE counselling.
Following qualifying exams are accepted:
You may go through the following easy steps to complete the application/registration:
Candidates must fill authentic personal details like:
Contact details that the candidates must fill:
Selection of Password
Note – Follow the password specifications as mentioned on the website
This process is essential for the verification of the information that the candidate has filled in the application form. Candidates must give a final check to the following:
Eventually, after verifying the information, candidates may click on the ‘Final Submit’ tab. After the submit, a pop up message would occur asking ‘if the candidate wants to finally submit the registration’. Candidates must tick on the ‘Yes’ tab and proceed further.
Log in Details
Candidates may login at the official website using the application number and the password, and fill in the personal, contact and academic details in the application form.
Candidates must fill the following personal details:
Candidates must fill the following examination details:
Mention the exam you have applied for List of preferred exam centres (opt from the list of NCHM JEE 2020 centres)
Candidates must fill the required academic qualification details:
Students must fill in the authentic educational details of class 10th and class 12th or other equivalents. Candidates must select the options from the drop down menu for the application of the form.
Students must fill:
Candidates must fill in the verification details and submit the final form. Candidates may also opt to ‘edit reapplication data’ and make apt changes to the already filled data. After verifying the final information, candidates must click on the ‘final submit button’.
Candidates must fill in final verification details like –
Candidates must adhere to the format and size guidelines for the uploading of the photograph and signature.
|Photograph||10 KB – 200 KB||jpg/jpeg|
|Signature||4 KB – 30 KB||jpg/jpeg|
Candidates may select any of the available payment options like credit card, debit card, net banking, e-Challan or even PayTM.
|Category||NCHMCT JEE Exam Fee|
Candidates may download the print out of the official confirmation page after the successful payment of fee. In case of failed generation of the confirmation, the amount will be refunded. Candidate may have to apply for another transaction in this case.
After the confirmation of the payment is done, the candidate will be assigned an “automatically generated application number”. Then, the candidate must take the final print out to complete the application process of the exam.
A The extended application deadline of the NCHMCT JEE 2020 exam is 15th May 2020. The official governing body of NCHMCT JEE exam, NTA ( National Test Agency) announced the extended date due to the outbreak of Covid 19 pandemic.
The NCHMCT JEE exam 2020 will be conducted in the online CBT mode. CBT stands for Computer-based Test. The CBT has been introduced from the year 2019. Before that, the NCHMCT JEE exam was conducted in offline mode.
For the General and OBC candidates, the upper age limit is 25 years while for the SC/ST categories, the upper age limit is 28 years. The age limit for the differently-abled people is decided based on the caste category of the concerned candidate.
Yes, there is as much as 50% of relaxation for the SC/ST candidates as compared to the general candidates. The general and the OBC candidates need to pay INR 900 fee for the NCHMCT JEE exam 2020 whereas SC/ST candidates need to pay only INR 450 for the same.
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