Changes in SRMJEEE 2019 Marking Scheme Details

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SRM University conducts SRMJEEE 2019 for admissions into Undergraduate Engineering Courses across 4 campuses at Kattankulathur, Ramapuram, Vadapalani, and Ghaziabad. Also, the University offers around 7,000 seats in its four campuses. SMRJEE has recently released the facility to retake the Online Examination in case the student wants to. Therefore, they will have to pay an extra Application fee of Rs 1060/-

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For more details regarding the same, Candidates can see the articles on SRMJEEE 2019 Marking scheme below.

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Retake in SRMJEEE 2019

  • Candidates who will not be able to secure a seat in SRMJEEE 2019 Counselling can take a retake by paying the extra fees
  • Candidates will have to pay Rs. 1060/- for each retake.
  • They can give a maximum of 2 Retakes.
  • Retakes will take place in May 2019.
  • Any updates regarding the retake in SRMJEEE 2019-2019 will be published on the official website.

Changes in the SRMJEEE 2019 Marking Scheme

  • Candidates will get 3 Marks for each correct answer in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.
  • Those who are applying for Bio-Technology will get 2.5 marks for each correct answer.
  • There is no negative marking.
  • Earlier, one mark was deducted for every wrong answer in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. 0.7 Marks were deducted for the wrong answer in Biology. That rule has been scrapped off. Now there will be No negative marking.

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Incorrect answer in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics invited 1 negative mark.

No Negative marking for incorrect answer in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics

Important Exam Update

  1. Updates Regarding JEE Main 2019
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  3. Government Universities Admission Process Apply Now
  4. SRM Univ. B.Tech Admission Open Apply Now
  5. LPU B. Tech Admissions Open for 2019 Apply Here

Incorrect answer in Biology will result in deduction of 0.7 mark

No negative marking for incorrect answer in  Biology

SRMJEEE 2017 New Eligibility Criteria

Eligibility (Minimum Qualifying Marks)

  • Candidates applying for SRMJEEE 2019 should now have at least 60% aggregate in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics for applying in Kattankulathur, Ramapuram, and Vadapalani Campuses.
  • But, for applying in NCR Ghaziabad Campus, Candidates will have to score a minimum aggregate of 55%.

Direct Admissions

  • Moreover, candidates who have secured top ranks in any of the recognised National or State Board are eligible for admission in SRM University.
  • Candidates securing top 1000 ranks in JEE Main 2019 are also eligible to take the admission directly.
  • Also, aspirants who score highest marks I any district of Tamil Nadu are eligible to take admission directly.
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The official website of SRM University is http://www.srmuniv.ac.in/

For more details regarding SRMJEEE 2019, Candidates can see EntranceZone.

10 COMMENTS

    • Atharva, According to the SRM University, those candidates who qualified the SRMJEE 2017 but were not able to secure a seat will be allowed to retake the examination. All these details are not yet released by the university. We will notify you as soon as there is any information available.

    • Sakshi, there is no negative marking. thus you should be prepared for solving maximum number of questions. this requires speed.
      you will have to learn the techniques of eliminating wrong answers and taking calculated guesses.
      As long as you are prepared thoroughly. there is nothing to worry about. Just prepare from the ncert. and some as many questions as you can.

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