Joint Entrance Examination

Joint Entrance Examination may refer to one of the following exams, in India:

  • Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Examination, an exam for entrance to the Indian Institutes of Technology
  • West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination, an exam used in West Bengal
  • Orissa Joint Entrance Examination, an exam used in West Orissa

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