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Jammu And Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examinations Common Entrance Test (J&K BPEE CET) is state level Exam. It is an entrance exam conducted by Jammu and Kashmir Board of professional every year to admit the residents of Jammu & Kashmir in various courses like MBBS, B.Tech etc in institutes/colleges established in Jammu & Kashmir. The Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examinations (BOPEE), was set up (formerly Competent Authority Entrance Examinations) primarily for conducting entrance examinations for admission to various undergraduate and postgraduate professional programmes in Jammu and Kashmir.
Candidates can get the full details of J&K BPEE CET Exam 2017 such as Application Form, Exam Pattern, Syllabus, Important Dates and much more on this post.
|Exam Name:||Jammu & Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examinations Common Entrance Test|
|Conducting Institute:||Jammu & Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examinations|
|Commonly called as:||J&K BPEE CET|
|Exam Level:||State Level|
|Stream:||Professional Entrance Exam|
|Important Events||JKCET I||JKCET II|
|Online application form of JKCET 2017 available||4th Week Of January 2017||1st Week Of June 2017|
|Last date for filing JKCET application form 2017||Last Week Of February 2017||3rd Week Of June 2017|
|Date of exam||2nd Week Of May 2017||Last Week Of July 2017|
|Display of answer keys||3rd Week Of May 2017||Last Week Of July 2017|
|Declaration of JKCET result 2017||1st Week Of June- PCB
2nd Week Of June-PCM
|2nd Week Of August 2017|
The candidates applying for CET must fulfill the following eligibility conditions:
1) They must:
a) be permanent residents of J&K State as defined in Section 6 of the Constitution of J&K;
b) have passed Hr. Sec. Part II (12th / 10+2) or an equivalent examination from a recognized statutory Board/University;
c) have obtained 50% marks in aggregate in 10+2 examination in case of open merit category and 40% in aggregate for reserved categories subject to provisions of Reservation Rules / MCI & DCI Regulations, as the case may be;
d) have passed 10+2 examination with English, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as their elective subjects in case of admission to Bachelor of Engineering Courses; and
e) have passed 10+2 examination with English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology, as elective subjects for admission to MBBS, BDS, Physiotherapy, BAMS/ BUMS etc.
2) The candidates appearing / appeared in 10+2 (12th class) Annual Examination can also apply to appear in CET-2017. However, such candidates have to produce their original marks cards at the time of counselling, if they figure in the list of the candidates called for counselling. If a candidate has been called for counselling but has failed to secure required percentage of marks in the qualifying examination, he/she shall not be considered for admission.
3) The candidates must be at least 17 years old on or before December 31, 2017 if he/she applies to appear in CET-2017 for admission to MBBS, BDS, BAMS and BUMS Courses. For removal of any doubt, a candidate born on or after 2nd January, 2000 is not eligible to appear in CET.
4) The candidates applying under TFW or P&B category are open merit candidates. They must fulfill eligibility conditions meant for open merit candidates.
5) Open Merit candidates seeking admission to MBBS and BDS course must have passed in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English individually and must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks taken together in Physics, Chemistry and Biology at the qualifying examination and in addition must have come in the merit list prepared as a result of CET by securing not less that 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together in the. In respect of candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes or other Backward Classes the marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together in qualifying examination and competitive entrance examination be 40% instead of 50%. In conformity with the provisions of Reservation Rules and MCI/DCI Regulations, as the case may be.
Application Fee is Rs.800/- only.
The fee structure has been furnished by the respective College authorities and the BOPEE is not in any way associated with it and has, therefore, no responsibility, if the fee is raised subsequently. The candidates are advised to enquire, in their own interest, the actual fee to be charged, from the College authorities.
Note: The candidates seeking admission in BAMS in Jammu Institute of Ayurveda and Research, are required to deposit refundable security amount of Rs. 10,000.00 only once for the full training course at the time of admission.
- The Application Forms have to be submitted online only through BOPEE websites within the prescribed date to be notified separately.
- The payment of rupees 800 (Rupees eight hundred only) as fee is to be made either online through the HDFC integrated Payment gateway with the help of any national Credit Card/Debit Card facility or by downloading online generated Bank Challan of J&K Bank/HDFC Bank for depositing the fee amount in any branch of J&K Bank or HDFC Bank directly in the BOPEE Accounts.
- The procedure for filing Application Form and eligibility etc of the candidates have been given in detail in the E-Brochure. The candidates must necessarily, in their own interest, go through this Brochure before attempting to fill up the online Application Form.
- The applicants are advised to fill the online Application Forms on their own or through a responsible person; the applicants can also avail services at the Common Service Centres (Khidmat Centres/VLE) of J&K State for filling up online Application Form at nominal charges
- Online Application form can be downloaded from official website of Jammu & Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examinations (BOPEE):www.jakbopee.org or www.jakbopee.net
The board has published the detailed syllabus of examination. The JKCET exam pattern as described in the syllabus, is explained below.
The Jammu and Kashmir Common Entrance Test will contain two question papers.
1) No candidate shall be allowed to enter Test Centre/venue without valid Admit Card.
2) Admit card can be downloaded within the prescribed date. However, mere possessionof admit card shallnotipso-facto confereligibilityona candidatewhoisotherwisein-eligible to appearinthe CET.
3) The Admit Cards will be available online. The candidates are advised to download their Admit Cards from the BOPEE official Websites on photo paper printed in colour. The candidates will be informed through a separate notification regarding the date for downloading of admit cards. Applicants are therefore advised to keep themselves updated with the information on the official website.
4) The candidates are required to paste attested photo on the downloaded Admit Card at the space earmarked on it.
5) Applicants, who don’t have internet facility, may avail this facility at the Help Deskof I.T. Section of BOPEE with prior telephonic appointment, on nominal fee of Rs. 100/=, on any working day at the below mentioned BOPEE offices:
i. BOPEE Office, Bhagat-i-Barzullah, opposite J&K Bank, Srinagar-190005(11 A.M. to 5 P.M.)
ii. BOPEE Office, 4th Floor, South Block, Bahu Plaza, Jammu-180012 (11 A.M. to 5 P.M.)
6) Candidatesshallhave topreserveadmit cardstilltheallotmentofseats/completionof selection/admission process.
7) Admit card is an extremely important document. It should not be mutilated, defaced or changed in any manner which makes it doubtful.
The candidates are also advised to download the Rank Cards from the BOPEE website after publication of results.
The declaration of credible result free from errors is possible only when the persons involved with processing and evaluation of the OMR Sheets get minimum required time. The candidates are advised to remain patient and every effort will be made to declare the resultat the earliest but only after the representations are thoroughly examined by the subject experts.
The candidates, at times, take counselling very lightly and do not join the allotted streams / Institutions of their choice exercised by them during counselling which leads to repeated rounds of counselling, thus delaying the admission process abnormally. Hence, they are advised to participate in counselling process seriously.
a) MBBS-GMC Jammu
b) BDS ,GDC Jammu
c) MBBS- GMC Srinagar
d) MBBS- SKIMS, Srinagar
e) BDS, GDC Srinagar
f) MBBS-ASCOMS, Jammu
Such a candidate will be first considered for allotment of MBBS - GMC-Jammu. If on merit, the candidate does not qualify for allotment of such a seat, or no seat is available at his or her turn he/she can then be considered for allotment of BDS at GDC-Jammu, then for MBBS in GMC, Srinagar, then MBBS- SKIMS, Srinagar ,then BDS in GDC Srinagar, and finally for MBBS in ASCOMS. If a candidate is interested in private MBBS as against BDS in Govt. Dental College, he/ she must indicate choice of private MBBS ahead of Govt. BDS
Jammu ( From November to April )
Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Examinations
4th Floor, South Block,
Jammu - 180012
Contact No's (Jammu):
+91 191 - 2470102, +91 191 - 2473637
Srinagar ( From May to October )
Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Examinations
Opposite J&K Bank,
Srinagar - 190005
Contact No's (Srinagar):
+91 194 - 2433590, +91 194 2433760,
+91 194 2437647
(**Help Desk for Online Submission of Forms)