The National Testing Agency (NTA) has initiated the application process for the National Council for Hotel Management Joint Entrance Examination (NCHM JEE 2024). Aspiring candidates can now fill out the registration form by visiting the official website. The registration began on February 9 with a deadline set for March 31. Additionally, the NTA has announced the exam date for NCHM JEE 2024, which is scheduled for May 11 and will be conducted in online mode. The application correction window is slated to open from April 2 to 5.
NCHMCT JEE 2024: Steps To Apply
Visit the official website of NCHMCT at exams.nta.ac.in/NCHM.Register on the website with your email ID, and mobile number, and create a secure password.Confirm your account by clicking the confirmation link in the email sent to you.Sign in to your account with the provided credentials.Provide your application number and password to enter your account.Complete the application form with the required details.Upload the necessary documents and proceed to pay the application fee.Download and save a hard copy for future reference.
NCHMCT JEE 2024: Application Fee
General category candidates are required to pay an application fee of Rs 1,000, payable through various online modes.
Administered by the National Testing Agency (NTA), NCHMCT JEE is a national-level examination for individuals interested in pursuing hotel management studies. It is an annual exam enabling admission to 24 institutions across the country. Conducted in English and employing an online format, NCHM JEE offers convenience and accessibility for aspiring hotel management professionals.
NCHM JEE 2024: Examination Structure
Mode of NCHMCT JEE Exam: Computer-basedDuration of examination: 180 minutesQuestion type: ObjectiveLanguage of examination: English
NCHMCT JEE 2024: Section-Wise Number Of Questions
English Language: 60Aptitude for Service Sector: 50General Knowledge & Current Affairs: 30Reasoning & Logical Deduction: 30Numerical Ability & Scientific Aptitude: 30
NCHMCT JEE 2024: Marking Scheme
One mark will be deducted for each incorrect response.Four marks will be granted for every correct answer.No marks will be deducted for unanswered or unattempted questions.