As NCHM JEE 2015 was conducted on April 25 at 49 exam centres in 33 cities in India, Careers360 brings you the NCHM JEE 2015 Exam Analysis and exclusive coverage of the most coveted hotel management entrance exam. NCHM JEE 2015 Exam Analysis will provide you the firsthand experience of the test takers and their parents over the exam.
Before we precede to the exam analysis of NCHM JEE 2015 and student reactions on the exam, let us go through the paper pattern of NCHM JEE 2015.
NCHM JEE 2015 was scheduled to be held on April 25 beginning at 10:00 am
Candidates were asked to report at their respective exam centres at 9:00 am
The candidates had to appear for the hotel management entrance exam in offline mode
Candidates were allotted three hours for attempting the offline paper of NCHM JEE 2015
The question paper was set bilingually, i.e. English and Hindi for all sections but English Language
The paper comprised of 200 questions carrying a total marks of 200
The following pictogram will help you understand the section-wise distribution of questions –
Section-wise distribution of Questions
Marking Scheme of NCHM JEE 2015 – Below is the marking scheme of the most sought after hotel management paper –
Each correct answer will fetch you 1 mark and for every incorrect response, 0.25 marks will be deducted from the total scored marks.
The questions in Aptitude for Service Sector section will be awarded graded marks system. As per the system, the most appropriate answer will be awarded 1 mark, followed by 0.75 marks for the next appropriate answer, followed by the next appropriate answer to be awarded 0.50 marks, whereas the least appropriate answer will be regarded as inappropriate and will carry a negative marking of 0.25 marks.
NCHM JEE 2015 Exam Analysis – Candidates can find below the analysis of NCHM JEE 2015. The exam analysis relates the firsthand experience of NCHM JEE 2015 test takers themselves.
Overall Analysis – Overall the paper was quite easy and worth scoring.
Section-wise analysis – As per the students’ reactions, the easiest section was Aptitude for Services Sector followed by English Language, Reasoning and Logical Deduction, whereas sections like Numerical Ability & Analytical Aptitude and General Knowledge & Current Affairs were of moderate to easy level.
While candidates were appearing for NCHM JEE 2015, earthquake was felt at various places in India. The candidates from Delhi centres got worried and scared while taking the offline paper of NCHM JEE 2015. However, the exam authorities ensured them safety and reported no physical damage.
Student Reactions to NCHM JEE 2015 – Look below for the student reactions on NCHM JEE 2015
Bilawal – The questions were quite easy from every section. One can easily score in these types of exam. The easiest section was Aptitude for Services Sector and English. For me reasoning was moderate and General Knowledge was a bit tough as it had questions from current affairs of last 8 months.
Tutpin – For me Reasoning, Aptitude for Services Sector and English sections were very good. I expect total marks in Aptitude for Services Sector section. However, I am weak in Mathematics and might have done some calculation mistakes. Otherwise the paper was good and worth scoring. One who solved last years’ question papers would exceptionally do well in NCHM JEE.
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Faiz Alam – I am very much confident about cracking NCHM JEE 2015 as have practiced the last 2 years sample papers. I have attempted all 200 questions of NCHM JEE. Aptitude for Services Sector, Reasoning and English Language were the easiest. General Knowledge & Current Affairs section had questions related to the last one year happenings and places of interest, hotels, tourism, etc.
Madhav – I have left some questions from General Knowledge & Current Affairs as I knew one uncertain answer or guess could lead me to a negative of 0.25 marks. Therefore, I have attempted only those very questions for which I was pretty confident about. Maths section was full of questions from Profit-Loss, Percentage, Algebra, Arithmetic Progression-Geometric Progression and Trigonometry along with Number Series.
Abhinav – The questions were easy than my expectations. The easiest section was Aptitude for Services Sector and English Language. English Language covered questions from comprehensions, incorrect passages, synonyms, antonyms and vocabulary.
Khushi – I could don’t do well as I got scared of the earthquake. However, the paper was quite scoring and easy. I was able to solve questions from sections – English and Aptitude for Services Sector but missed Maths, Reasoning and GK sections.
Abhilasha – I will score well as I have practiced much for NCHM JEE 2015. English section had 4 comprehension passages, 10-15 questions from synonyms and antonyms, some questions were related to sentence corrections, meanings etc. Reasoning section had questions from missing numbers, puzzles, syllogisms, etc.
NCHM JEE 2015 was conducted by National Council for Hotel Management and Catering Technology (NCHMCT) in a total of 33 cities in India for admissions to 7482 seats distributed among 51 institutes.
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