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NCHM JEE 2014 Exam was held on April 26, 2014 at 51 centers located across India. According to exam officials from National Council of Hotel Management and Catering Technology (NCHMCT), around 21,600 candidates had registered for the all India level written examination for the academic year. According to exam conducting body, National Council of Hotel Management and Catering Technology (NCHMCT), the offline entrance exam was conducted smoothly at all different centers. L.K. Ganguli, Director (Accounts & Finance), NCHMCT said, “So far no glitch was reported at any of NCHM JEE 204 examination centers.
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Mr Ganguli, told that last year, as many as 17623 candidates had registered for NCHM JEE. Out of which, 10,000 successful candidates were declared eligible for counseling rounds and final admissions for the undergraduate course were offered to 6297 candidates.
NCHM exam is conducted for admission to three year duration of B.Sc in Hospitality and Hotel Administration course at 21 Central Institutes and 16 State Government Institutes of Hotel Management and 15 private institutes of Hotel Management.
Students who appeared for the hotel management entrance exam said that the overall question paper was good and the “Numerical Ability & Scientific Aptitude Section” was comparatively easier than that of last year.
Rohit Malhotra, who appeared for the exam at Lakshmi Public School located in Delhi, said that mathematics questions were a bit tough and current affairs based questions were too difficult.
Pooja, who appeared for the exam at Delhi center said, “English Language section was the easiest while General Knowledge & Current Affairs section was the toughest for her. She found the current affairs based questions very difficult as most of the questions were related to hotel industry and locations of various hotels.
Another candidate, Nischay Bansal, who appeared for the exam at Delhi center, found questions from mathematic and numerical aptitude with average difficulty level. Reasoning & Logical Deduction section too was not very difficult.
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