All about JCECE Agriculture and Other Allied Courses 2021 Exam

December 14, 2021

All about JCECE Agriculture and Other Allied Courses 2021 Exam


JCECE- Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination under the agriculture course- established in 2001. The exam is conducted every year, it is a state-level entrance exam conducted by the authority for the admissions in B.SC (agriculture). Agriculture engineering, BSc Forestry, B.Tech diary, B.F.Sc (bachelor’s of fisheries science, etc. The scores of JCECE are used for the admissions in private, government college/universities, and other affiliated colleges -admission in medical/agricultural courses (combined/common).


  • Registration begins- 9th October 2021
  • Registration ends- 23rd October 2021
  • Application correction- 29th October
  • Admit card released on- 6th December
  • JCECE 21 exam date- 9th December
  • Answer key available on- 11th December
  • Result announced on- 14th December
  • Counseling- yet to be announced


  • Students can apply online.
  • Students should visit the official sites; go through the brochure for the details.
  • Click on new registration and fill in the required details carefully.
  • Subjects are required to mention in the application.
  • Email id, mobile number, and address are required.
  • Educational qualifications along with scanned copies are submitted.
  • For future references, students are advised to note down the registration number and id passwords.

Students are also advised to print the application form for future references.

Documents required

  • 10th mark sheet
  • 12th mark sheet
  • Transfer certificate
  • Category certificate if eligible. 
  • Passport size photo.

Application fee

Students can pay via online or offline mode- whichever is feasible to them.


General/EWS- 900

SC/ST- 450



General/EWS- 900

ST/SC- 450


General- 1000

ST/SC- 500


(General eligibility)

Nationality- Indian

Other state residents may apply- yes

Qualification required- 12th pass with PCM, PCB, or PCMB from a recognised institute or equivalent.

Domicile- required for the state students. (dairy technology)- students must have completed 12th from a recognised board with a minimum aggregate of at least 45% with physics, maths, chemistry, and English as major subjects. (Agricultural Engineering) - students must have passed their 12th standard from a recognised board or equivalent.



The syllabus of Chemistry and physics is common in all three groups.

Physics: current and electricity, electrostatics, magnetic effect of current and magnetism, electromagnetic induction, electromagnetic waves, optics.

Chemistry: p, f, d –block elements, haloalkanes, haloalkanes, alcohols, phenols, ethers, organic compounds, biomolecules.

Maths: sets and relations, trigonometric, polynomials, probability, algebra, calculus.

Biology:  human psychology, plant psychology, reproduction, genetics, ecology, and environment.

Exam pattern

Mode of exam- online (computer-based test) CBT

Question pattern- MCQ based.

Medium of exam- English/Hindi

Duration of exam – 3 hours or 180 minutes

Number of questions- 150 for PCM/PCB and 200 for PCMB

Marking scheme- 1 mark for every correct answer and 1/4th negative marks for every incorrect answer.

Subject wise question distribution- physics- 50 questions, maths- 50 questions, chemistry- 50 questions and biology- 50 questions.


 All the students who have qualified for the exams are eligible to appear in the counselling process, which includes registering themselves to choose streams and institutions. The higher the rank, the more priority will be given for the counselling followed by interviews for the admissions. The main steps followed in the counselling process are explained below:

  • Registration and payment for the registration and filling the preferences.
  • The first round will be conducted for the seat allotment.
  • After partial fee payment for the admission, the seat allotment will be publicised and a seat allotment letter will be issued
  • The students can reach the colleges as per the allotment with consideration of the last date.

The counselling will follow several steps. First will be round 1, the seats will be allotted to students and they need to report to the respective institution for the admission confirmation with verified documents. All the remaining seats will be considered in round 2, again the seats will be allotted to students and they need to confirm their seats in the respective colleges. This round will continue till the seats are vacant.

The rounds are conducted separately for PCM and PCB streams. All these details regarding the vacancy of the seats will be uploaded to the official sites. The students are advised to regularly visit the site.

The counselling fee for the unreserved category is 700, and for the reserved category is500. Students are needed to verify their documents.

The counselling documents

  • 10th mark sheet.
  • 12th mark sheet.
  • Admit card of JCECE.
  • Scorecard for JCECE.
  • Category certificate if eligible.
  • Passport size photo.
  • Domicile certificate of the student.
  • Letter of counselling.


Students are advised to prepare well by preparing all the topics in the syllabus. They should go through the previous year’s papers and sample papers for the pattern and important topic. They are advised to follow a disciplined study plan for their preparations. All the best for the exam.

By Mithila Rathod

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