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Content Writer: Shubham S Nimje


Published on: Sat Feb 03 2024Updated on: Mon Feb 05 2024

The Odisha Joint Entrance Examination (OJEE) is a gateway to numerous undergraduate and postgraduate programs in engineering, technology, pharmacy, architecture, and other allied fields across Odisha. If you’re aspiring to study at some of the best institutions in the state, then this comprehensive guide is here to equip you with the knowledge and strategies to conquer the OJEE.

Demystifying the OJEE:

  • What is it? The OJEE is a state-level entrance exam conducted by the Biju Patnaik University of Technology (BPUT) for admission to various technical and professional courses in Odisha.
  • Who conducts it? The Biju Patnaik University of Technology (BPUT) shoulders the responsibility of conducting the OJEE.
  • When is it held? The OJEE is typically held in the month of May, with applications opening a few months prior.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Nationality: Indian Citizen.
  • Educational Qualification:
    • For UG Programs: Passed 10+2 examination with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and English as mandatory subjects. Minimum marks requirement varies depending on the program.
    • For PG Programs: Graduate degree in the relevant field with minimum marks as specified.
  • Age: No specific age limit, but some programs may have restrictions.

Exam Structure:

The OJEE exam format varies depending on the program you’re applying for. Generally, it’s a pen-and-paper based test with three sections:

  • Physics: 60 questions, 180 marks (3 hours)
  • Chemistry: 60 questions, 180 marks (3 hours)
  • Mathematics: 60 questions, 180 marks (3 hours)
  • For some programs, an additional section like Biology or Aptitude Test may be present.

Preparation Tips:

  • Start Early: Begin your preparation well in advance, ideally in Class 11th or the year preceding your PG studies, for thorough syllabus coverage.
  • Master the Odisha JEE Syllabus: Focus on understanding and practicing questions from the official OJEE syllabus released by BPUT.
  • NCERT Textbooks are Key: Utilize NCERT textbooks for Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics as a strong foundation. Supplement them with reference books like Arihant’s JEE Main, MTG JEE Physics, and OP Tandon for Chemistry.
  • Practice Makes Perfect: Solve previous years’ OJEE question papers and mock tests to familiarize yourself with the exam pattern, time management, and identify your strengths and weaknesses.
  • Join Coaching Classes (Optional): Consider enrolling in coaching classes for structured guidance, doubt-clearing sessions, and access to experienced faculty.
  • Sharpen Your Test-Taking Skills: Learn effective time management strategies, answer selection techniques, and develop the ability to handle pressure during the exam.
  • Stay Focused and Motivated: Maintain a consistent study schedule, prioritize your well-being, and stay motivated by visualizing your success.

Additional Resources:

  • Official BPUT website: <invalid URL removed>: <invalid URL removed>
  • Odisha JEE official website: https://ojee.nic.in/https://ojee.nic.in/
  • Previous years’ question papers and mock tests
  • NCERT textbooks and reference books
  • Coaching institutes (optional)


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