Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examinations (BOPEE) – JKBOPEE is an autonomous body and is free in the conduct of Entrance Test(s) and making of selection of candidates for various professional courses. The entrance tests conducted include polytechnic entrance test (PET), common entrance test (CET) for engineering only, B.Ed, Postgraduate diploma entrance tests and Paramedical entrance test. Other than the entrance exam the board is also responsible to conduct admissions/counselling for UG and PG medical courses based on NEET UG and PG scores respectively. For details read below.
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JAKBOPEE – Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examinations
You can check below the various entrance exam dates that are to be held by JKBOPEE in the year 2020:
|Name of Examination||Date of Exam|
|10th Based Paramedical (FMPHW and MMPHW)|
|Polytechnic Entrance Test (PET)|
|Common Etrance Test (CET) for engineering|
|B. Ed. (Jammu)||21 Jun 2020|
|B.Ed. Kashmir / Special Education|
|Admisison/Counselling via NEET UG||Jun – Jul 2020|
|Admisison/Counselling via NEET PG||Jan -Feb 2020|
Entrance Exams / Admission
Exams Conducted by JAKBOPEE
The Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examinations conducts different Examinations as:
- JKCET – Combined Entrance Test for admission B.E. and B.Tech.
- B.Ed. Jammu – B.Ed entrance Test
- PET – Three years Diploma Polytechnic Entrance Test.
- FMPHW and MMPHW – Entrance Test for 10th based Paramedical Courses: Female Multi Purposes Health Workers (FMPHW) and Male Multi Purposes Health Workers(MMPHW)
– Apart from the entrance tests, the admission in medical courses in the state is based on NEET UG and PG scores.
– From 2017, the state started to accept NEET UG score for admission, before that JKBOPEE used to conduct CET (Medical) for admission.
– The board has been conducting admission and counselling based on NEET PG since 2016.
Paramedical (10th Based) Entrance Test
The Board conducts an entrance test for admission to MMPHW and FMPHW courses in private and government Paramedical institutions of the state. The application form can be submitted online only. Candidates who have passed class 10 with Science and Mathematics alongside holding a valid residence proof of the UT of Jammu & Kashmir or Ladakh, are eligible to apply for the test. The admit card for the test is issued online and the candidates are required to download the admit card from official website as per schedule.
Apply Online: Click here to fill the application form for JKBOPEE 10th Based Paramedical entrance test.
Documents Required while applying
- Proof of Residence of J&K or Ladakh
- Class 10 qualifying marks certificate
- DOB certificate
- Certificate for Reserved Category
JKCET (CET for B.E & B.Tech )
Those who have passed 10+2 exam with PCM and English are eligible to apply for JKCET. The entrance exam is being conducted to fill seats in BE and B.Tech courses across government and private colleges of the state.
The importance of this test cannot be under estimated as the candidates appearing in the test have to compete for different Engineering Courses like Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Information Technology, Electrical and Electronics Engineering and Bio-Medical Engineering, which would make them eligible to compete for employment after completion of the course.
B. Ed. (Jammu) and B.Ed. Kashmir / Special Education Entrance Test
B. Ed. (Jammu) and B.Ed. Kashmir/Special Education entrance exam is for those candidates who wants admission teaching course. The greatest resource and strength in Indian schools is our teachers. They have the greatest impact on student learning, far outweighing the impact of any other education programme or policy. They stand in the interface of the transmission of knowledge, skills and values. Teacher quality is, therefore, crucial and has been globally accepted to be significantly associated with the quality of education in general and students’ learning outcomes in particular.
Three years Diploma Polytechnic Entrance Test (PET)
In this era of technology, there is a great demand of technically trained youth in the state and country. Polytechnic education plays a vital role in human resource development of a country by creating skilled manpower, enhancing industrial productivity and improving the quality of life. Technical Education covers courses and programs in Engineering, Architecture, Leather and Wood Technology, Computer and Information Technology, Secretarial Management, etc. Thus the students interested in admission in such courses, have to appear for JK PET.
Admission/Counselling by JKBOPEE
Medical admission in Jammu and Kashmir is based on counselling based on NEET UG and PG score. The details of which are given below.
Admission via NEET UG: The admisison in MBBS/BDS/BAMS/BUMS/BPT/DDH in the Government and Private Medical/Dental/Ayurvedic/Unani/Physiotherapy Colleges of the state is based on National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) UG score and merit list. NEET UG is conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA).
The process includes:
- The Board first draws the Provisional State Merit List (PMSL) on the basis of online registration made by the candidates on the basis of their marks secured in NEET-UG.
- And then begins the process of inviting Online Preference Forms for making the final selection of the candidates to the respective courses
Admission via NEET PG: To take admission in MD/MS/PG Diploma/MDS courses in the government/private medical colleges of Jammu & Kashmir, candidates have to appear in National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) PG conducted by National Board of Examinations (NBE).
The process includes:
- The board drawing the Provisional State Merit List (PMSL) as per the registration of the students and their NEET PG scores.
- And then the board invites the Online Preference Forms for making the final selection of the candidates to the respective courses.
In the year 2002, The Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examinations Act was passed by the State Legislature and The Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance was constituted under the Act. The Board as set up under the Act replaced the Competent Authority Entrance Examinations which was existing earlier. The purpose of constituting an examining body for entrance tests by an Act of the Legislature was to invigorate it, so that it might execute the task of selection of candidates independently, objectively and more efficiently.
The Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examinations consists of a Chairman and such other members as may be appointed by the Government. The Chairman is a whole time paid officer and is appointed by the Government. Other whole time officers of the Board are:
- Controller of Examinations
- Financial Advisor/Chief Accounts Officer
- Law Officer
- Besides, the Board has subordinate staff which assist it in its functioning
History of JAKBOPEE
Before 1987 selections for Medical and Engineering courses in the State were made by a designated Government Department in the Civil Secretariat as an additional item of its work. Gradually, the number of students who were appearing in Entrance Examinations increased and, as a consequence, the work of organizing Entrance Examinations also increased. The Government of Jammu and Kashmir, therefore, in the year 1987 constituted a full–time examining body, Competent Authority Entrance Examinations. The purpose of creating a full-time examining body was to organize Entrance Tests in a more transparent and orderly manner on the pattern followed in other parts of the country. The Competent Authority thus constituted performed its task of conducting Entrance Examinations in a fairly satisfactory manner.
Official website – jkbopee.gov.in
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q 1. What is role of BOPEE in NEET PG?
Ans. Except conduct of Examination and declaration of the result by the NBE, The other process including preparation of State Merit List, verification of documents, counselling for admission to courses shall be conducted by the BOPEE.
Q 2. What have we to do after NEET PG result?
Ans. After conduct of the NEET PG MDS/MD/MS/PGDiploma/, by the National Board of Examinations, the results of the candidates have been declared by the Board (NBE). The cut off score will be prepared on the basis of these results. After receipt of the result by the BOPEE further process shall be initiated by it for filling up of the seats through a process of counselling. Only such candidates, who figure in the list of candidates notified by the J&K State Sports Council in their Notification issued shall only be eligible for consideration. Mere submission of the Sports Category Certificates shall not make the candidates eligible for consideration under the category unless they figure in the list provided by the Sports Council.
Q 3. Whether Rural Service quota for in-service candidates is available?
Q 4. Are candidates entitled to 30% marks for serving in remote and difficult areas?
Ans. Yes, weight-age upto 30% of the marks obtained in NEET PG examination will be given to such candidates who have served in remote and difficult area as per SRO 48 of 2018 dated 30.01.2018. Only such candidates shall be entitled to the incentive marks who are otherwise eligible as per MCI Regulations.
Q 5. Who has to submit documents before any online registration in BOPEE office?
Ans. Only such candidates who are temporarily residing outside the State but are the State Subjects of J&K and have appeared from a centre other than J&K shall be required to submit the documents before online registration. However, the candidates belonging to the State of J&K and shown their permanent residence as J&K will not be required to submit document and affidavit in person in BOPEE office.
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