Joint Entrance Screening Test 2022, conducted by the Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB) for the admission to the PhD programme in many disciplines like Physics, Computer science, Computation Biology, Neuroscience, etc. Now, the registration for the JEST 2022 has been closed and the test is to be held on 13 March 2022 as scheduled.
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The exam will have three parts: A, B, and C. There will be multiple-choice questions (MCQs) in each section. This is how it will work: Part A will have 10, Part B will have 15, and Part C will have 25. It will be done by writing on paper. In sections A and B, three marks will be given for each correct answer, and in Section 1, only one point will be given. If you answer a question incorrectly in section B, you will not lose points. One-third of points will be deducted in section C for every wrong answer, and one point will be deducted in section A for every wrong answer.
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