JET 2019 Application Form Released :Check Details Here

JET 2019 Application Form Released :Check Details Here
Richa Kapoor | Dec 30, 2018 - 2:42 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, DECEMBER 30Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune, the body which will conduct the Joint Entrance Test (JET) 2019 has released the application form. The last date for registering for JET 2019 is January 31. The entrance exam for the first stage of selection to FTII and Satyajit Ray Film & Television Institute, Kolkata will be conducted in offline mode on February 24, 2019.

Important Dates for JET 2019

S. No

Event

Date

1

Start date for JET 2019 registration

December 30, 2019

2

End date for filling the JET application form 2019

January 31, 2019

3

JET Admit Card 2019

February 14, 2019

4

JET 2019

February 24, 2019

5

JET Result 2019

April 22, 2019

 

How to Fill JET Application Form 2019

 

Candidates can fill the JET 2019 application form by  going through the steps that are given below :

 

  • Click here to register for JET 2019

  • Relogin to fill the application form of JET 2019

  • Enter the academic and personal details along with selection of exam centre  

  • Upload all the requisite documents

  • Choose the course

  • Preview the application form

  • Pay the application fee

  • Take print out of JET application form 2019

Candidates belonging to SC, ST, PwD category will have to pay registration fee of Rs 1250 while those belonging to general and any other category will have to pay Rs 4,000 through online mode, debit card or credit card.

Minor Change in JET Exam Pattern 2019

There has been a slight change in the exam pattern of JET 2019 as compared to last year. Section A comprising General Aptitude Test (MCQ) for  Film Wing Courses till last year was of 50 marks. However, for 2019, it will be of 30 marks. In section B, candidates previously had to answer five out of eight questions. This year in JET 2019, candidates will have to answer five questions in all and in descriptive questions, candidates can answer any three out of the five questions.

Meanwhile, the question paper for Television (FTII) / Electronic and Digital Media (SRFTI) Courses has also witnessed some change. In section B, candidates will have to answer one question of 20 marks while in 2018, students had to answer 5 questions of 10 marks. In section C, candidates will have to answer five questions of 10 marks each


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