For Admission in KCS you have to follow these step
Step – I
(a) Log on the admission.kcseducate.in
(b) Choose course and create an account for yourself.
Step – II
(a) Fill registration form, keep your passport size coloured photo and signature (in JEPG format) with you
(b) Pay registration fee
Step – III
Download admit card & appear for test
Step – IV
Pay admission fee and enroll (If selected in admission test)
JEE or Joint Entrance Examination is an all India level engineering entrance examination conducted for facilitating admissions into various undergraduate technical courses offered at prestigious colleges like IITs, NITs, IIITs and more. Every year JEE is conducted in two phases: JEE Main and JEE Advanced.
JEE Main is conducted by NTA and two attempts is given to student each year, best score of the student is considered for ranking. NIT, IIIT, many other universities also take admission through JEE Main. Top 250000 student of JEE Main can appear in JEE Advanced.
official website - https://jeemain.nta.nic.in/
JEE Advanced is the second phase of JEE and conducted by IITs on a rotation basis. Students are granted admissions into various undergraduate technical courses offered at IITs and ISM on the basis of marks obtained in JEE Advanced.
Official website - https://jeeadv.ac.in/
JEE is one of the prestigious competitive entrance exams at undergraduate level in India. A candidate has to prepare for JEE with dedication as the JEE syllabus is extensive covering topics of class 11th and class 12th syllabus. A consistent study routine, liking for Maths, Physics and Chemistry along with self confidence are key ingredients for success in JEE.
Under the guidance of dedicated and experienced mentor, using tried and tested approach, cracking JEE would become easier.
The preparation of JEE and 12th Board exams is almost same. Theortically most of the things you will study are same. The difference is pattern of exam and difficulty level of the question.
If any student is focusing on conceptual clarity, thouroughly revising and understanding his class notes, can perform very good in boards, as well as qualify JEE. Rote leaning may help in Boards but not in JEE. Importnant aspects to perform good in both is, firstly when you are studying any chapter practice subjece question for school and objective for JEE at the same time; secondly - always give school test sincerely; thirdly and most important, try to understand the topic rather than just learning it. last but not least - always be confident. Remember, every success journey start with your self belief. If you have any difficulty in carving the right study approach for you, immediately meet your mentor.