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Odisha Joint Entrance Examination 2024 ( OJEE )

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OJEE syllabus is prescribed by the Odisha Joint Entrance Exam Committee for each course. The OJEE exam syllabus mentions topics and subjects on which the OJEE question paper is based. Candidates must have a sound knowledge of the OJEE syllabus 2024 to score well in the entrance exam. Candidates need to practice the topics mentioned in the OJEE 2024 syllabus. OJEE exam 2024 was held from May 6, 2024, to May 10, 2024. Applicants must also know the OJEE exam pattern to understand the marking scheme, number of questions, topics that might be asked, etc. Candidates appearing for OJEE 2024 can check here detailed syllabus for their course. 

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Q:   When can I apply for OJEE?

A:

The OJEE application forms have been released online on the official website of OJEE. The registrations form for OJEE have been released on January 25, 2024. The application window will be opened for approximately a month. The OJEE exam will tentatively be conducted from May 6, 2024, to May 10, 2024. Those interested in appearing for the exam will be required to register for it at OJEE website and fill the online application form. The score of OJEE will be valid for one year only, so if you appear for OJEE 2024, you must take admission in the same academic year.

Students need to complete the Odisha Joint Entrance Exam application process by paying the Odisha Joint Entrance Exam application fee of INR 1,000. In case, students are applying for a combination of papers such as Master of Technology, Master of Business Administration, and Master of Computer Application, then the fee will be INR 1,500. 

 

Q:   When should I start preparing for OJEE?

A:

Aspirants should start preparing for the OJEE exam at least six months before the test date.  This duration will be enough to complete the OJEE syllabus thoroughly and practice ample number of mock tests. The OJEE exam is similar to other MBA entrance exams so if a candidate has appeared for any other MBA exam before OJEE, they need to only do exam based preparation and focus on exam-specific mock tests. OJEE 2024 exam will likely be conducted in the first week of June 2024.

 

Q:   How many times can I apply for OJEE in a year?

A:
The Odisha Joint Entrance Examination OJEE is conducted once a year, usually in the month of May. The exam is conducted for admission to various undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the state of Odisha. As per the official notification of OJEE a candidate can only appear for the exam once in a year. There is no provision for multiple attempts in the same year. Therefore, if you want to appear for OJEE you can do so only once in a year. However, if you are not satisfied with your performance in the first attempt, you can apply for the exam in the following year please upvote if it was helpful.
 

OJEE Syllabus for MBA/PGDM

The OJEE MBA syllabus and Integrated MBA syllabus is the same. Also, check the OJEE MBA exam pattern and previous years' OJEE question papers for better exam preparation.

OJEE MBA syllabus

OJEE MBA syllabus

Section 1: Quantitative Techniques

Check the table below to know the important topics to study for the Quantitative Techniques section.

Quantitative Techniques Syllabus
Arithmetic Geometry
Percentage Average
Number systems Profit and Loss
Ratio and Proportion Time, speed and distance
Mensuration Quadratic equation
Trigonometry Probability

Section 2: Analytical and Logical Reasoning

Check the table below to know the important topics to study for the Analytical and Logical Reasoning section.

Analytical and Logical Reasoning Syllabus
Data Interpretation Codes
Time and Sequence Blood Relations
Series Statements and conclusions

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Section 3: Verbal Reasoning and Comprehension

Check the table below to know the important topics to study for the VARC section.

                                  Verbal Reasoning and Comprehension syllabus
Sequence of words Passages Fill in the blanks
Analogy Arithmetic Sentence Completion
Word puzzles Antonyms Synonyms
Grammar Vocabulary Para Jumbles
Reading Comprehension Action, cause and effect Idioms

Section 4: General Awareness and Business Fundamentals

Check the table below to know the important topics to study for General Awareness and Business Fundamentals section.

General Awareness and Business Fundamentals
Codes in Data Communication, Data Structuring Terminals, Networking
Operating Systems Computer Arithmetics
Software developments and inventions Basic fundamentals of PC, Hardware
General Awareness regarding National Stock Exchanges, Budget Economics, Policies
Current Affairs and Events Medicine, Science & Technology related research, developments
Corporate Awards International events
Political events Financial and budget-related topics
Sports events Cinema Awards, National Awards

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Q:   What is the marking scheme for OJEE (MBA)?

A:
For the Master of Business Administration, a total of 120 questions will be asked from five sections and the total duration of the exam will be 2 hours. The Odisha Joint Entrance Exam will be conducted in Online mode. Syllabus for the Odisha Joint Entrance Exam (MBA): Quantitative Techniques, Analytical and Logical Reasoning, Verbal Reasoning and Comprehension, General Awareness and Business Fundamentals, and other course-specific topics Pattern: Multiple Choice Questions Marking Scheme: You will earn 4 marks for correct answers and 1 mark will be deducted for every incorrect answer. The language of the Odisha Joint Entrance Exam is English . For more information, you may visit the Shiksha OJEE exam page. (https://www.shiksha.com/mba/ojee-exam). I hope this will help you.
 

Q:   What are the most important topics of the OJEE question paper?

A:

The important topics in the OJEE (Odisha Joint Entrance Examination) syllabus can vary depending on the specific course you are applying for. Here are some of the key subjects and topics that are generally considered important for MBA course covered by OJEE:

  • Verbal Reasoning: Reading Comprehension, Vocabulary, Grammar, Sentence Correction, Paragraph Jumbles, Passages, Analogy, Antonyms, Word Puzzles, Idioms, etc.
  • Quantitative Reasoning: Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Data Interpretation, Number Series, Probablity, Trigonometry, Percentage, Profit and Loss, Time, Speed and Distance, etc.
  • Analytical and Logical Reasoning: Puzzles, Blood Relations, Seating Arrangements, Coding-Decoding, Time and Sequence, Series, etc.
  • General Awareness and Buisness Fundamentals: Codes in Data Communication, Data Structuring, Terminals, Networking, Economics and Policies, Current Affairs, General Awareness regarding National Stock Exchanges, Budget, International Events, Financial and Budget Related Topics, Cinema and Awards, etc.

It's crucial to thoroughly understand the entire OJEE syllabus and practice a wide range of questions. Focus on strengthening your basics and mastering the concepts in the topics that you find challenging.

 

Q:   What is the exam pattern for OJEE?

A:
The OJEE exam is a computer-based test for all courses. However, the OJEE exam pattern differs according to the course you are applying for. The generic OJEE exam pattern is as follows: 1. The exam will only be conducted in the computer-based test mode. Earlier, the exam was also conducted in the paper-based test mode but from 2019 onwards, the PBT mode has been scrapped. 2. The duration of the exam for the MBA, LE B.Tech, LE B.Sc/ LE, MCA/LE MCA M.Tech and MArch courses is 120 minutes (2 hours). The duration for the B.Pharma course is three hours and for MPHARM Integrated MBA and LE B.Pharma courses, the exam duration is one hour or 60 minutes. 3. There will only be multiple-choice questions in the OJEE question paper 4. Four marks will be awarded for the correct answer and one mark will be deducted for each incorrect answer. No marks will be awarded or deducted for questions which have not been attempted. Here is a detailed OJEE MBA exam pattern: 1. The total marks for the exam are 480. 2. Total number of questions is 120. 3. There are four sections, I. e. Quantitative Techniques, Verbal reasoning and Comprehension, Analytical and Logical Reasoning, General Awareness and Business Fundamentals 4. Each section carries 30 questions.
 

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OJEE MCA Syllabus 2024

OJEE is also a gateway to admission into Masters of Computer Application (MCA) course in various colleges in the state of Odisha. Look at the table below to know the OJEE MCA syllabus and important topics in each section.

Section A: Mathematics

Section B: Computer Awareness

Logic

Introduction to computer

Algebra of Sets

Computer Arithmetic

Number System

C Language

Determinants and Matrices

Arithmetic and Logical Expressions

Trigonometry

Concepts of functions in C

Co-ordinate geometry of two dimensions

Computer related General Knowledge

Coordinate geometry of three dimensions

Elementary Arithmetic Operation

Quadratic Polynomials

Terminals, Networking

Sequence and Series

Data Communication, Data Structuring

Vectors

Basic fundamentals of PC, Hardware

Differential calculus

Integral Calculus

Probability and Statistics

Number System

Differential Equation

 

OJEE Syllabus for BPharm, BHMS and BAMS

Candidates can check here the common syllabus for BPharm, BAMS and BHMS sections. Also check the exam pattern for OJEE BPharm, BAMS and BHMS here.

OJEE BPharma Syllabus

OJEE BPharma Syllabus

Section 1: Physics

Check the table below to know the important topics to study for Physics section.

Physics Syllabus
Measurements and Motion Heat & Thermodynamics
Characteristics of Materials Liquids
Electricity and Magnetism Wave Motion
Optics Atomic and Nuclear Physics
Electronic devices Optical instruments

Section 2: Chemistry

Check the table below to know the important topics to study for Chemistry section.

Chemistry Syllabus
General behavior of matter Basic Concepts of Chemistry (Atoms and molecules)
Structure of atoms and molecules Chemical bonds
Periodic classification Chemical energetics, equilibrium and kinetics
Types of chemical reaction Electrochemistry
Metals and metallurgy Nuclear chemistry
Organic chemistry Aliphatic compounds
Aromatic compounds Chemistry in the service of mankind
Environmental chemistry 

 Section 3: Mathematics

Check the table below to know the important topics to study for Mathematics section.

Mathematics syllabus
Logic Sets, Relation and Function
Number system Determinants and matrices 
Trigonometry Co-ordinate geometry of two dimensions 
Coordinate geometry of three dimensions  Sequence and Series 
Vectors Differential calculus
Integral calculus Differential equations
Probability and statistics

Section 4 (a): Botany

Check the table below to know the important topics to study for Botany section.

Biology Syllabus
Diversity of plant life Morphology of angiosperms 
Taxonomy of flowering plants Cell: Structure and function
Continuity of life Genetic material
Recombinant DNA and Tissue culture technique Microbes in Human welfare
Complexities of plant life Plant Breeding
Processes in plants Ecology
Economic Botany Common plant diseases

Section 4 (b): Zoology

Check the table below to know the important topics to study for Zoology section.

Zoology Section

Diversity of Animal life

Animal world

Animal Histology

Animal Morphology

Animal Physiology

Animal Locomotion

Animal Respiration

Animal Circulation

Animal Excretion

Control and Co-ordination

Human Endocrine System

Genetics

Animal Reproduction and Human Development

Human development

Cellular growth

Biology in Human Welfare (Elementary idea)

Q:   Is the OJEE BPharma syllabus difficult?

A:

The difficulty of the BPharma syllabus in the OJEE is usually easy to moderate and can vary from student to student based on their background, aptitude, and preparedness. However, the BPharm syllabus in OJEE typically aligns with the standard curriculum for pharmacy programmes in India. The Bpharma programme is science-oriented, and the syllabus covers subjects like Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacology, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical Analysis, etc. These subjects require a good understanding of chemistry and biology. There are varied topics related to the pharmaceutival field. The complexity and difficulty level vary depending on the university or college offering the course. To score well in the BPharma course of OJEE, it is important to have a clear understanding key concepts, regular study, and practice of practical skills.

It's important to note that the B.Pharm programme is academically challenging, as it forms the foundation for a career in pharmacy. If you are passionate about pharmaceutical sciences and have a genuine interest in the field, you can overcome the challenges posed by the syllabus.

 

Q:   Will the OJEE exam be conducted in the paper-based mode this year?

A:

No, OJEE exam will only be conducted in computer-based test mode. Earlier, OJEE was held in two modes computer-based test mode or online and paper-based test mode or offline, but 2019 onwards OJEE exam is being held in online mode only. There is also no provision of offline fee payment either. Candidates must note that OJEE registration is also an online process. The students need to visit the OJEE exam centre in order to take the OJEE exam. Candidates will be required to mark the correct answer by choosing the radio bullet against the right option given on the screen. Candidates will be given four options for each question and they will be required to choose the right one on the screen. 

 

Q:   Will OJEE scores be accepted for Odisha NEET Counselling?

A:

No, admissions to medical, dental, AYUSH and allied courses in Odisha are done on the basis of NEET scores only. Scores of OJEE or the Odisha Joint Entrance Examination (OJEE) will not be considered for medical or allied course admission. Hence, candidates seeking admission to medical and allied courses in the state of Odisha must have appeared, or planning to appear for NEET and qualify for the exam as well. Admission to Odisha NEET counselling will be done for 85 per cent state quota seats and is conducted by OJEE Counselling Committee.

 

OJEE Syllabus for LE BTech (Diploma)

Check out the table below to know the syllabus for Lateral Entry B.Tech. 

OJEE LE BTech Syllabus

OJEE LE BTech Syllabus

Section A: Basic Electrical Engineering

Section B: Mathematics

Section C: Engineering Mechanics

Fundamental of Electrical Engineering

Algebra

Force and Moments

Alternate Current (AC) Theory

Determinants and Matrices

Center of Gravity and Moment of Inertia

Generation of Electrical Power

Trigonometry

Friction

Conversion of Electrical Energy

Analytical

Gear Drive

Wiring and Power Billing

Vector Algebra

Simple Lifting Machine

Measuring Instruments

Calculus

Simple Stress and Strain

Storage Devices

Ordinary Differential Equation

Dynamics

Coordinate Geometry of 3-Dimension

Probability and Statistics

 

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Q:   Is the OJEE syllabus the same every year, or does it change?

A:

The core subjects and topics in the OJEE syllabus generally remain consistent from year to year. However, minor adjustments or updates may occur over time. The core subjects for different OJEE exams, such as BTech, MBA, MCA, Pharmacy and others, remain relatively stable. These subjects align with the standard curriculum for the respective programmes. While the core content remains consistent, exam authorities may make periodic updates to keep the syllabus aligned with advancements in the respective fields. 

Reviewing previous year's OJEE question papers can also provide insights into the types of questions that have been asked historically in OJEE exams and help candidates prepare accordingly. While the core components of the OJEE syllabus typically remain consistent, it's essential to verify the specific syllabus for your chosen programme and year by referring to official OJEE sources. This ensures that you are well-prepared and focused on the topics and subjects that are relevant for your OJEE exam.

 

Q:   Is the OJEE and JEE syllabus the same?

A:

The syllabus for the JEE and OJEE is not completely the same, but there is some overlap, particularly in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. In JEE physics syllabus topic such as Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Optics, Electricity and Magnetism, Modern Physics, etc. are covered which require extensive and deep understanding of the fundamental principles. Whereas in OJEE, the Physics syllabus aligns with Class 11 and Class12 Physics curriculum is relatively easier to study.

The Chemistry syllabus of the JEE exam is divided into Physical Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, and Organic Chemistry. It includes topics like Atomic Structure, Chemical Bonding, Equilibrium, Thermodynamics, Organic Chemistry Reactions and Mechanisms, etc. While the Chemistry section of OJEE is similar to the Class 11 and 12 Chemistry curriculum, like the Physics syllabus. It covers topics like Chemical Bonding, Chemical Equilibrium, Electrochemistry, Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, etc. 

The same is the case for the Mathematics section of both the exams. In addition to PCM, OJEE also offers examinations for other fields, such as Pharmacy, MBA, MCA, and lateral entry to engineering, so the syllabus can vary depending on the specific course.

 

Q:   Is there negative marking for wrong answers in OJEE exam?

A:
Yes, the OJEE exam has negative markings. Each question in the OJEE exam carries four marks. And for every incorrect answer, one mark is deducted. This means that if the candidate has five correct answers, then 20 marks will be added to the OJEE score. If the candidate marks more than one answer for a particular question, the answer will be considered incorrect and one mark will be deducted. To avoid maximum marks deduction, candidates must attempt the easier question first and then move on to the more difficult ones in that particular section. If the applicant is unsure about a particular question, they can also skip the question. No marks will be deducted or awarded for unanswered questions. Further, the top colleges accepting the OJEE scores generally place a cut-off of 302-690 in OJEE for shortlisting candidates.
 

Important FAQs Related to OJEE Syllabus

Check some of the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on OJEE syllabus:

Q:   What are the books for the OJEE exam?

A:
Selecting the right books is of utmost importance to clearing the OJEE exam. Here is a list of important books for OJEE: 1. Verbal Reasoning: A Pearson Guide to Verbal Ability and Logical Reasoning, written by Nishit K. Sinha 2. Comprehension: How to Prepare for Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension ( for CAT written by Arun Sharma and Meenakshi Upadhyay 3. Grammar: High School English Grammar and Composition of Wren and Martin 4. Quantitative Techniques: Quantitative Aptitude for All Competitive Examinations written by Abhijit Guha 5. Reasoning: A Modern Approach to Logical Reasoning by famous author R. S. Aggarwal 6. Core topics: NCERT for Science-related topics in UG courses and graduate textbooks for PG courses.
 

Q:   What are the important topics of the Quantitative Techniques section of the OJEE exam?

A:

Quantitative Techniques section of the OJEE question paper is one of the toughest sections. The important topics of this section include Arithmetic, Geometry, Average, Percentage, Number Systems, Profit and Loss, Ratio and Proportion, Time, Speed and Distance, Mensuration, Quadaratic Equations, Trigonometry, Probability, etc. The Quantitative Techniques section of the OJEE question paper carries 30 multiple-choice questions which are to be solved in 30 minutes. Candidates will be provided with the rough paper for calculations and they will be required to choose the correct option against the question. This section of the OJEE question paper is usually difficult in nature.

 

Q:   What is the best way to prepare for OJEE at home?

A:

Preparing for OJEE exam requires discipline and focus. Here are some tips which will help you prepare for the OJEE exam at home:

1. Using the OJEE syllabus as a guide, make a list of the subjects that the study materials must cover.
2. Plan your study time on a monthly, weekly, and daily basis according to the time available.
3. Analyze previous OJEE question papers to know the important topics and the weightage given to different topics.
4. You can find a mentor to assist you or join any online study group focused on OJEE preparation. 
5. To enable thorough planning, assign a time limit to each section.
6. Start reading newspaper and magazine editorials to gain a command of the verbal skill section.
7. For the quantitative section, read the basic concepts and formulas from school textbooks.
8. Examine your progress through mock tests on a monthly basis.
9. Keep analyzing and improving your score over time until test day.
10. Set your score to meet the cutoff for the college to which you want to apply.

 

Q:   What is the syllabus of the OJEE Exam?

A:
The syllabus of the OJEE mentions topics based on the subjects for which you are applying. For instance, the OJEE MBA syllabus differs from the OJEE B.Pharma syllabus. The general syllabus of OJEE is as follows: 1. Quantitative Techniques: It includes topics like geometry, average, percentage, quadratic equations, and Trigonometry. 2. Reasoning: This includes topics like codes, data interpretation, series, blood relations, statements, and conclusions. 3. Verbal ability: It includes topics like Passages, Sentence Completion, Grammar, Word puzzles, Action, cause and effect 4. General Awareness: Questions on Current Affairs sports, international events, awards, and related events are asked in this section. For the syllabus of B.Pharma and other subjects, you may visit this page: https://www.shiksha.com/mba/ojee-exam-syllabus.
 

Q:   Is there a sectional time limit in OJEE?

A:
No, OJEE exam does not have any sectional timing for any course. However, students will be required to complete the exam in pre informed exam duration and no extra time will be granted to the students under any circumstances. OJEE is a computer-based online exam the test screen will move from first section to the next section only when the candidate clicks the next button. Candidates have to be mindful of the on-screen timer and pre-decide the number of questions to solve in each section as there will be negative markings. It is not mandatory to solve all the questions in OJEE exam so candidates can devise a strategy to use the exam duration as per their strength and weakness. Candidates must reach the exam centre at least an hour prior to complete the frisking formalities at the OJEE exam centre.
 

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