TJEE 2021 Registration begins, check here how to apply

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TJEE 2021 Registration Begins

TJEE Registration 2021: Registration for the Tripura Joint Entrance Examination (TJEE) has started at To confirm their registration for the state-level exam, candidates must create a new account on the TJEE online admission portal and submit the required documents. The entrance exam for admissions to engineering, technology, and other professional courses offered by the participating institutes will be held on June 23.

Deadline to apply for TJEE 2021: The deadline to apply for TJEE 2021 is April 25. For general candidates, the registration fee is Rs 550. Instead of a two-day system, TJEE will be held on a single day. Physics and Chemistry papers will be conducted from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Biology from 1:30 p.m. to 2:15 p.m., and Mathematics from 2:45 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Candidates for BTech or other technical courses must take Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics, while those seeking admission to veterinary, paramedical, agriculture, or fisheries must take Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.

Eligibility For TJEE 2021

Candidates must be permanent residents of Tripura and have completed the Tripura Board of Secondary Education or the Central Board of Secondary Education's Class 12 exams (CBSE).

Steps To Register For TJEE 2021

Step 1: Go to the website.

Step 2: Go to the TJEE 2021 website and click on ‘Apply online'.

Step 3: Fill in information such as your name, email address, phone number, date of birth, and password under the new registration tab.

Step 4: Log in to the portal and fill out the qualification details.

Step 5: In PDF format, upload the required documents.

Step 6: Pay the application fee.

Revised Exam Pattern: The paper pattern for TJEE 2021 has been updated by the Tripura board. Instead of two days, the exam will be held on a single day. Three shifts of papers will be held. In the first move, a one-and-a-half-hour mixed Physics and Chemistry paper will be held. The biology paper will be held in the second 45-minute shift. The math paper will be carried in the third shift, which will last 45 minutes. The questions will be multiple-choice, and the candidates will have 45 minutes to complete each section. The topics were divided into ten modules. Every module will have three questions worth 12 marks.

Each subject's number of questions has been reduced from 50 to 30. On a scale of 120 points, each subject will be graded. The paper will be marked negatively. For each incorrect answer, the candidates would lose one mark.

Examination Centres: Dharmanagar, Kailasahar, Ambassa, Udaipur, Santirbazar, and Agartala will all hold the examination. The Tripura Board will announce the results in the form of a percentile score and the candidates' merit ranks.

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