JEECE Cutoff: Check JEECE Cutoff 2018 and Previous year Cutoff – Learn Dunia

JEECE Cutoff: JEECE ( Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination) is a state level entrance examination. the Application form of JEECE 2018 has been released now, JEECE is conducted the examination for the Admission of B.E/B-tech level courses for Jharkhand Colleges, the exam is conducted Offline in 2018. the Admit card for JEECE will be available form fourth week of May and the result of the Examination will be released on first week of June.

JEECE Cutoff

The cut off is the base qualifying marks which applicants need to score to get confirmation in the designing universities of Jharkhand state. It will be declared for all classes and courses. The JEECE Cut Off 2018 will be pronounced by the expert through online mode in the long stretch of May 2018. The cut off will be discharged independently for each building branch. Applicants, those scores more than or equivalent to the cut off imprints, they will be required the advising strategy.

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Previous year JEECE Cutoff

Branch Cut-Off Marks
Electrical Engineering 80-160
Mechanical Engineering 95-120
Production Engineering 70-500
Chemical Engineering 70-490
Metallurgical Engineering 70-410
Civil Engineering 70-375
Information Technology 80-150
Electronics & Communication Engineering 67-440
Mining Engineering 68- 500
Computer Science and Engineering 92-130

Admit Card

The registered candidates will download the admit card before one or two week of  Examination. the Admit Card will be available Online, candidates will download the admit card form the official website. candidates are advice to bring the admit card along with in the examination hall.

JEECE Result

The Result of JEECE will be release on the last week of May, Result will be Available online on the official Website, candidates will check their Result on official Website. The admit card will display details like the name of the candidate, roll number, category, date of birth and subject group, and details about the exam centre.

Preparation Tips:

  • Create a suitable time table and followed it properly.
  • Increasing your speed of solving questions with accuracy.
  • Refer the NCERT books for preparations and collect the previous questions papers.
  • Make the short notes.
  • On the daily basis revised the all topics which you have prepared.
  • Maintain your health.
  • Improve the basic concepts and practice more questions…

We wish you all the best for your Bright Future.

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