Tripura Joint Entrance Examination or TJEE is a state-level exam conducted by Tripura Board of Joint Entrance Examination (TJEE). For students who want to take admission to undergraduate Engineering, Agriculture, Veterinary, Fisheries, Paramedical and other professional courses in Tripura, this exam has to be taken to determine their eligibility.
The TJEE exam happens in the offline mode. A student has to appear for exams in four papers – Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Biology. Physics and Chemistry are compulsory papers. The students can select one more paper from Mathematics or Biology or chose to appear in both.
TJEE Exam Pattern
TJEE is divided into three different groups. Group A comprises of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. This is for candidates who want to take admission in technical courses. Group B comprises of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. This is for candidates who want to go for Veterinary or Agricultural courses. Group C comprises of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology. These are for candidates who want to go for both technical and non-technical courses.
The exam will be held in OMR (Optical Mark Recognition) sheets. There are multiple choice questions (MCQ). The candidate will have to mark the answers with a blue or black ball point pen.
Each of the papers – Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology will be of 100 marks. There are 50 questions in each paper of 2 marks each. The duration of exam for each paper is two hours.
The exam is conducted at Agartala, Udaipur, Dharmanagar, Kailasahar and Ambassa.
The TJEE Syllabus will comprise of topics from Class XI and Class XII. The Subjects will be Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology.
Physics will have topics like Kinematics; Work, Energy and Power; Laws of Motion and Rotational Motion; Gravitation and Satellite; Mechanics of Solids and Fluids; Heat and Thermodynamics; Electrostatics and Current Electricity; Heating and Magnetic Effect of Current; Optics; Atomic and
Nuclear Physics; Semiconductor Physics; Electromagnetic Induction; Alternating Currents; Oscillation and Waves.
Chemistry will have topics like The States of Matter; Atomic Structure; Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure; Solutions; Chemical Thermodynamics; Equilibrium; Redox Reactions and Electrochemistry; Chemical Kinetics; Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties; S-block, P-block, D-block and F-block elements; Coordination Compounds; Nomenclature; Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry; Hydrocarbons; Organic Compounds containing halogen, oxygen and nitrogen; Stereochemistry; Bio-Molecules and Polymers.
Mathematics will comprise of subjects like Algebra; Matrices and Determinants; Trigonometry; 2D Coordinate Geometry; 3D Coordinate Geometry; Vectors; Differential Calculus; Integral Calculus; Differential Equations; Probability and Statistics; Linear Programming.
Biology will comprise of subjects like Living World and diversity of life; Cell and Cell Division; Morphology of Plants and Animals; Genetics; Biology in Human Welfare and Ecology; Physiology of Plants and Animals and Environment.
The result of TJEE is published in online mode in the official website www.tbjee.nic.in. The results are given in the form of marks obtained in each of the papers and the merit list along with the name and roll number of the candidate. The candidates who score above the cut-off mark will be called for TJEE counselling based on the merit list. The counselling for various courses is tentatively held in the months of June or July.
TJEE How to Register / Application Form
The application form for TJEE can be obtained from the website www.tbjee.nic.in. The candidate has to download the form and fill up all the details like Name, Signature, Choice of Group (A/B/C), Choice of Centre, Category (SC/ST/UR) along with passport size photograph and other necessary details. The candidate should also attach self-attested copies of date of birth proof, Class X admit card, Class XII admit card, marksheet of Secondary Exam, marksheet of Higher Secondary Exam, PRTC and other necessary certificates.
The candidate also has to give three copies of passport size photographs, a printed envelope with candidates address and affixing postal stamp of rupees five on the specified space and copy of challan as fees for exam with Banker’s stamp. Self-attested copy of BP L card / Ad hoc BPL certificate from the appropriate authority needs to be attached if the candidate is from BPL family.
The exam fees can be paid online in the website www.tbjee.nic.in or www.online.sbi.com. The filled up form alongwith all attachments and exam fees should be sent to The Tripura Board of Joint Entrance Exam, Directorate of Higher Education, Old Secretariat Complex, Finance Building, 2 nd Floor, Agartala, Tripura – 799001.
TJEE Preparation Tips
Candidates who manage to score high and secure good positions in the merit list usually follow a well thought out strategy. Here are a few tips that can help you to attain success in the TJEE
1. Prepare a schedule of study. This should include the time that you are going to devote to each subject. It should be equally balanced with equal attention to each subject.
2. Write down the learning and jot down important points. Making bullet points help to summarize the learning and helps to memorize the learning in a better manner.
3. Revise your learning. The more revisions you do, the better grasp you get over a particular topic. You should take external help from some subject expert if you find you are getting struck with some particular topic.
4. Appear for Mock Tests. Mock Tests help to estimate how many correct attempts you are making within the stipulated time. With each mock test you appear, your performance and confidence both are likely to improve.
5. Read some good books on each of the subjects – Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics. Some of the recommended good books are:
* Principles of Physics by Jearl Walker, David Halliday, Robert Resnick
* Organic Chemistry by Morrison Boyd
* Inorganic Chemistry by O.P Tandon
* Class XII Mathematics by R.D Sharma
* Higher Algebra by Hall and Knight
* Trueman’s Elementary Biology for Class 12 by K.N. Bhatia, M.P. Tyagi
TJEE Admit Card
TJEE Admit card is issued by Tripura Board of Joint Entrance Examination by end of March. The candidates who send the completed application form alongwith all required documents and self-addressed envelope will receive the admit card by post. The admit card cannot be downloaded from website.
The admit card for TJEE is an important document, and all the candidates must carry the same to the exam centre. The admit card shows the candidate’s name, roll number, date of birth, candidate’s gender, exam venue details and other exam instructions. Before printing the admit card, candidates must cross-check all the details mentioned on the admit card. In case of any discrepancy, candidates must contact the office of Tripura Board. Candidates will not be permitted to appear for the examination without the admit card.
The TJEE Exam is normally held in the last week of April. This year, the exam was scheduled on April 25 and 26, 2018. The notifications come in the month of December. The last date of filling up the application form is 31 st January. The admit cards for TJEE is dispatched by March end through India Post.
Jayanta Chakraborti works as an Asst Professor in ICFAI University, Tripura.
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