National Council of Hotel Management and Catering Technology Joint Entrance Examination or NCHMCT JEE is a gateway for aspirants who seek admission in top-notch hotel management institutions in India. With more than 8,000 seats available in more than 71 associated central and private colleges, it becomes essential for students to prepare strategically for this exam. Thus, knowing the format of the exam and covering the syllabus precisely becomes quite crucial.
Owing to the ongoing corona crisis, the date of the NCHMCT JEE 2020 has been extended by the National Testing Agency (NTA). Therefore, appearing candidates must utilize this cessation period and plan to sharpen their exam solving skills. Candidates must prepare according to the weightage of the topics and solve previous year question papers for the best possible outcome.
This article would emphasize on the syllabus and structure of the topics which will be predominantly asked in the NCHMCT JEE 2020.
The NCHMCT JEE 2020 exam will be composed of the following 5 sections:
It is clearly visible that more than 50% of the exam would feature questions
related to the English language and aptitude questions related to the service sector. Thus, candidates must prepare for different sections, as per the weightage given to them. On the other hand, time consuming sections like analytical aptitude & numerical ability must be thoroughly practiced by candidates, as managing time is the key to clear any entrance exam. Aspirants must also keep a check on the current affairs happening all around the world.
Note – The NCHMCT JEE 2020 will feature questions from the above mentioned topics. However, the exact weightage of the questions in each section will vary. Thus, candidates are advised to practice previous year questions and get a fair idea of the composition of the examination. It is crucial for the candidates to cover the majority of the above given topics to ensure good chances of qualifying. Aspiring candidates must not recklessly attempt the questions as negative marking may halt their chances of qualifying.
Solving previous year question papers, reading news, exploring the internet and constant revision are some of the ways which will help your preparation for the NCHMCT JEE exam. A systematic practice of the subjects according to their respective weightage in the exam would also result in a good preparation.
No, the difficulty level of the NCHMCT JEE is quite moderate. It checks the basic aptitude skills of the candidates in subjects like maths, English, general knowledge and logical reasoning.
Some of the major topics that are given focus in the English section of the NCHMCT JEE exam are -
Idioms and Phrases
A There are a total number of 200 questions asked in the NCHMCT JEE.
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