Jammu University Entrance Test (JUET)

JUET is a qualifying entrance exam for admission to Post Graduate Degree (PG), PG Diploma and Under Graduate Programs offered by Jammu University, Jammu. Jammu University conducts JUET entrance test annually. JUET 2018 is expected to be held in 3rd week of June 2018. Selection in PG, PG Diploma and UG Programs offered by JAMMU University will be based on 2 parameters i.e. Merit in qualifying exam and JUET entrance test. 75% weightage is given to Qualifying Exam and 25% to JUET.  

JUET  is an offline Pen Paper based entrance examination. Duration of JUET is 2 hours and 30 minutes (150 minutes) and test paper consists of 150 objective type questions divided in to 4 sections i.e.

  • General English
  • General Knowledge
  • Reasoning
  • Numerical Ability

First 3 sections have 40 questions each and last section Numerical Ability has 30 questions. Each question carries 1 mark for right answer and (-) 0.25 mark for wrong answer as per Negative Marking Scheme.

JUET  Exam Dates

Application Form for JUET 2018 is expected to be available from mid May 2018 and probable last date for submission of application form will be last week of May 2018 and after last of submitting application form, 3 more days will be given for submitting application form with late fee. JUET 2018 Admit card will be available from 2nd week of June till end of 3rdweek of June. JUET 2018 is expected to be held in 3rd week of June 2018. Result for JUET 2018 is expected to be declared by the end of June 2018

EventsDates (Tentative)
JUET 2018 Application Form AvailabilityMid May 2018
Last date of Submission of Application FormLast week of May 2018
Admit Card Availability2nd week of June 2108
JUET 2018 Exam3rd week of June 2018
Publication of JUET Answer KeyNext day of Exam
Last date of submitting objections / complaint against any answer in JUET 2018 Answer KeyWithin 3 days after publication
Declaration of Result for JUET 2018End of June 2018

JUET Eligibility

Eligibility for JUET 2018 differs widely as per the program of study under Jammu University. Detailed information on eligibility program wise can be retrieved from the official website of JUET i.e. www.juet.in. Eligibility in brief is being mentioned as under:

Academic Qualification:

  • Under Graduate Program:
  1. Candidate must have passed 10+2 with minimum qualifying marks ranging from 45% to 50% (depends on the program applying for)
  2. For SC / ST candidates minimum qualifying marks are from 40% to 45% (depends on the  program applying for)
  • Post Graduate Program
  1. Candidate must have passed Graduation Degree Program with minimum qualifying marks ranging from 50% to 55% (depends on the program applying for)
  2. For SC / ST candidates minimum qualifying marks are from 45% to 50% (depends on the  program applying for)
  • Post Graduate Diploma Program
  • Post Graduate Program
  1. Candidate must have passed Graduation Degree Program with minimum qualifying marks ranging from 45% to 55% (depends on the program applying for)
  2. For SC / ST candidates minimum qualifying marks are from 40% to 50% (depends on the  program applying for)

Age Limit:

  • No Age Limit is applied for JUET 2018

 

JUET is to be conducted at 11 exam centers out of which 9 exam centers are in Jaamu & Kashmir State itself and 2 exam center are out of State as is mentioned below:

  • Jammu
  • Kathua
  • Udhampur
  • Kishtwar
  • Bhanderwah
  • Poonch
  • Rajouri
  • Shrinagar
  • Leh
  • Delhi
  • Chandigarh

JUET Syllabus

Syllabus for JUET 2018 consists 4 sections and each section has weightage on the basis of marks. Equal marks are allotted to each question. Standard of contents of syllabus will be as per the status of candidates. Status of candidates is classified as UG and PG and Standard of syllabus is divided on the basis of UG and PG level. For UG Program candidates, standard will as the standard of Class 10th & 12th and for PG Program candidate, syllabus standard will be according to Graduation Level. Standard of Numerical Ability Section will be the same for UG and PG.

Syllabus for JUET 2018 entrance exam as is as displayed by Jammu University as follows:

Pattern of Questions Paper and Standard of Questions in JUET 2018

Basic components for Syllabus of JUET 2018 for UG & PG programs:

SectionsMax. Questions & (Marks)PG ProgramUG Program
General English40 Questions (40)Graduation StandardClass 12th Standard
General Knowledge40 Questions (40)Graduation StandardClass 12th Standard
Reasoning40 Questions (40)Graduation StandardClass 12th Standard
Numerical Ability30 Questions (30)Class 10th StandardClass 10th Standard

Contents of Topics Section-wise

Section A: General English- (40 Questions)

To evaluate the skill of the candidate on written English with questions on errors in usage, grammar, punctuation and the like.

  • Comprehension of passage
  • Verbal Reasoning, Syllogisms, Antonyms, Fill in the Blanks, Jumbled paragraphs with 4 or 5 sentences
  • Sentence Correction, Sentence completion, Sentence Correction, odd man out, idioms, one word substitution, Different usage of same word etc.

Section B: General Knowledge (40 Questions)

To evaluate the candidate’s skill on General knowledge, current affairs and Business Affairs

  • Current Affairs, Business, Punch line of companies, Top officials of big companies, Major corporate events
  • Famous award and prizes
  • Science, History, Geography, International organizations
  • Social issues, Sports, Finance, Automobiles, Entertainment, Politics etc.

Section C: Reasoning (40 Questions)

To evaluate the candidate’s skill on Logical reasoning

  • Critical reasoning, Visual reasoning, Assumption – Premise – Conclusion, Assertion and reasons, Statements and assumptions, identifying valid inferences, identifying Strong arguments and Weak arguments, Statements and Conclusions, Cause and Effect, Identifying Probably true, Probably false, definitely true, definitely false kind of statement, Linear arrangements, Matrix arrangements.
  • Puzzles, Syllogisms, Functions, Family tree – identifying relationship among group of people, Symbol Based problems, Coding and decoding, Sequencing, identifying next number in series, etc.

Section D: Numerical Ability (30 Questions)

To evaluate the skill on solving mathematical problems of graduate level including those learnt in plus two or equivalent level.

  • Ratios and Proportion, Ratios, Percentages, In – equations, Algebra and Profit & Loss
  • Averages, Percentages, Partnership & Time – Speed – Distance, Work and time
  • Probability, Permutations & Combinations