NCHM JEE 2014 - An overall exam analysis presented by Careers360 takes an overall look at the National Council of Hotel Management and Catering Joint Entrance Examination 2014, year-over-year total number of registration of candidates, difficulty level of the exam and different sections of the question paper. Apart from renaming of exam to NCHM JEE from NCHMCT JEE, the paper pattern of the written examination saw no new changes.
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Facts, Figures and highlights of NCHM JEE 2013-2014
- For 2014, around 21,600 candidates had registered for the all India level written examination for the academic year. This year NCHM JEE exam saw registration of 3977 more candidates.
As many as 17623 candidates registered for NCHM JEE in 2013. Out of which, 10,000 successful candidates were declared eligible to participate for counseling rounds.
Final admissions for the three year duration B.Sc in Hospitality and Hotel Administration course were offered to 6297 qualifying candidates.
NCHMJEE 2013 Special Highlight: 57 percent candidates participated in the NCHM JEE 2013 counselling rounds and out of them 36 percent were finally offered admission.
NCHM JEE 2014 scores will be accepted by 21 Central Institutes of Hotel Management, 16 State Government Institutes and 15 private institutes of Hotel Management located in different states.
Total number of seats available for the undergraduate course is 7869 across 52 participating institutes. Out of this, 4939 seats are for unreserved categories.
Candidates Siddarth Singh and Poonam, who appeared for the exam at Lakshmi Public School, located in Delhi, said they were not updated about change of exam name. They told that even no official announcement was made regarding the same in the examination hall.
Another test taker, Sapna Tiwari said that although the question booklet carried the new exam name NCHM JEE but it was not noticed by many. Even invigilator had not mentioned that the entrance exam from this year will be called as NCHM JEE, she added.
Thus, exam name alternation introduced by NCHMCT, an autonomous body under Ministry of Tourism, Government of India has gone unnoticed by many candidates.
The NCHM JEE 2014 exam was held on April 26, 2014. NCHM JEE 2014 shall have a single paper comprising questions from five different subjects/sections.
The NCHM JEE 2014 question appear shall carry total marks of 200.
Time duration is three hours.
NCHM JEE 2014 test takers shares on difficulty level of the exam:
According to Nischay Bansal, a test taker, two sections “Mathematic and Numerical Aptitude” and “Reasoning & Logical Deduction” were moderate in terms of difficulty level. He was satisfied with the overall question paper and hopes for scoring good marks in the written examination.
Pooja Singh, who appeared for the exam at Delhi center said, “English Language section was the easiest section. She attempted the section first. The toughest section for her was General Knowledge & Current Affairs. She found the current affairs based questions very difficult as most of the questions were related to hotel industry and locations of various hotels. She said that these kinds of questions were least expected by her.
Rohit Malhotra, another NCHM JEE 2014 test taker, who appeared for the exam at Lakshmi Public School located in Delhi, found questions asked in the General Knowledge & Current Affairs section very difficult. He was clueless for 5-10 questions covered in the same section.
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In the second week of May, result of NCHM JEE 2014 written examination will be declared. A unique rank, on the basis of performance of candidates in the written exam, shall be allotted to each qualifying candidate. Allotment of seats will be done through three rounds of NCHM JEE 2014 Counselling on the basis of rank/merit assigned to candidates and institute preferred by candidates.
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