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JKBOPEE CET 2015 Pattern of Entrance Examination : Jammu Kashmir Board J&K BOPEE

Organisation : J&K Board Of Professional Entrance Examinations Jammu Kashmir
Announcement : Pattern of Entrance Examination
Entrance Exam : CET-2015 Common Entrance Test
Reference Number : Notification No. 02-BOPEE of 2015

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(1) CET shall consist of two (2) papers each of PCB and PCM groups. Paper A shall consist of Physics and Chemistry with 120 questions ( 60 questions from each subject).

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Paper B shall be Biology with 60 questions and paper C shall be Mathematics with 60 questions. The questions shall be multiple choice objective type with one mark each. There will be 0.25 negative marks for each wrong answer.

(2) The details of subject combination, total marks for each paper and time duration are as follows : PCB& PCM Two A Physics, Chemistry (Common Paper) 120 2 Hours
PCB B Biology 60 1 Hour
PCM C Mathematics 60 1 Hour

Centres of Examination :
a. The Entrance Test shall be held at the centres as may be notified by the BOPEE in the cities of Srinagar and Jammu only.
b. Centres shall be allotted by the BOPEE and the information regarding this shall be provided to the candidates on the admit card.
c. The Test Centre once allotted shall not be changed.
d. The candidate(s) who may miss first paper can still appear in remaining paper(s) if he/she so wishes.

OMR Answer Sheet :
a. It shall be the sole responsibility of the candidate to check the Question Booklet before attempting to answer any question. Where a Question Booklet has any missing page, blank page, missed question, damaged or defaced page, it shall be the responsibility of the concerned candidate to bring into the notice of the concerned Invigilator and get it replaced by a new Booklet of the same series. The Question Booklet must have 120 questions in case of paper A and 60 questions in case of Papers B and C. No complaint in this regard shall be entertained by the BOPEE after the conclusion of the examination.

b. The OMR Sheets (Optical Mark Reader Answer Sheets) are used in order to simplify the procedure for evaluation of the Answer Sheets and also to ensure highest accuracy. Each circle on the OMR Sheet has an alphabetical or numerical value. So a small mistake in shading the round spot on the circle may cost a seat to a candidate. Each OMR Answer Sheet has candidate’s carbonless copy along with it. The candidates are advised to separate the candidate’s copy (carbonless) as per procedure given in the Answer Sheet and take it along after the completion of paper. They are advised to preserve carbonless copy till the counselling for the admission is over. They may be asked to produce carbonless copy of OMR Sheet at any time so it is in their interest not to destroy it.

c. The OMR Sheets will be supplied to the candidates in the examination hall.

d. There are few blanks in the OMR Answer Sheet, which are to be filled in carefully.

e. Write Question Booklet Number, Booklet Series, Paper Code and Roll Number in numerical on the Box meant for this purpose and also darken the appropriate circles. In case of any difficulty, seek the assistance of the invigilating team.

f. Write the given “certification statement” in your running handwriting in English and append your signature and left hand thumb impression at the space provided for the purpose on your OMR Sheet. This certificate is to be authenticated by the invigilator and superintendent of the examination centre.

g. Complete the formalities and wait for the signal to start, tear and open the seal, open the Question Booklet, start reading and answering the questions.

h. Recording wrong Roll Number. or Question Paper Series or its omission on OMR Sheet shall be done by the candidate at his/her own risk. The BOPEE shall, in no case, entertain any complaint of the candidate in this regard.

i. Each question will be provided with four responses as (a), (b), (c), and (d).Indicate the most appropriate answer in the OMR Answer Sheet.

j. In case you do not follow the instructions given on the back side of Answer Sheet, your Answer Sheet is likely to be rejected whenever detected.

For Example Q. 11
Chennai is the capital of the State of:
1. Karnataka
2. Tamil Nadu
3. Kerala
4. Andhra Pradesh

The correct response is (2). Locate the question number in the OMR Answer Sheet and darken the circle under column (2) as shown below :

Ensure that the circle is completely darkened. Incomplete or faintly darkened circle will be rejected by the Optical Scanner and consequently no marks/negative mark will be awarded for the same.

If more than one circle is darkened or if the response is marked in any other manner as shown at “B” it shall be treated as wrong. Even where a candidate finds two options correct, he/she should darken only one circle and shading of both the options will make answer incorrect

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