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About JEE (Main + Advanced) course

History

Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is the all India entrance examination conducted for the admissions into the Engineering courses. From 2013, under the direction of MHRD, Joint Entrance Examinatiion (JEE) is being conducted in two parts, JEE-MAIN and JEE- ADVANCED. JEE MAIN is for the admission into NITs, IIITs and possibly CFTIs and other participating institutes. JEE ADVANCED is for the admission into IITs only.


JEE-MAIN and JEE- ADVANCED COURSES
Class Test Series Course Code Target
IIT-JEE Samarpan SN JEE(Main+Advanced)

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Know more about IIT-JEE Exams and paper structure

What is IIT-JEE.?

General perception of the student community is that JEE Main is AIEEE in its new avatar. AIEEE in its previous form had no bearing on the IIT admissions, had given no weightage to the class XII board marks. But froom 2013, JEE Main, apart from the admissions into the NITs, IIITs, possibly other CFTIs, is also the first tier of the two-tier IIT selection process.
Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is the all India entrance examination conducted for the admissions into the Engineering courses. From 2013, under the direction of MHRD, Joint Entrance Examinatiion (JEE) is being conducted in two parts, JEE-MAIN and JEE- ADVANCED. JEE MAIN is for the admission into NITs, IIITs and possibly CFTIs and other participating institutes. JEE ADVANCED is for the admission into IITs only.


  • JEE (Main)
  • JEE (Advanced)
JEE (Main)

Eligibility to appear for JEE MAIN

Candidate must have passed in final examination of 10+2 (Class XII) or its equivalent qualifying examination .Those appearing in 10+2 (Class XII) final or equivalent examination in may also appear in JEE(MAIN) provisionally.


Age limit to apply for JEE MAIN exam

Only those candidates are eligible to appear whose age is approximately twenty four and half years or below at the time of writing the exams. However, in the case of Scheduled Caste(SC), Scheduled Tribe(ST) and Persons with Disabilities(PWD) candidates upper age limit is relaxed by 5 years. Date of birth as recorded in the Secondary Education Borad/ University certificate only will be taken as authentic.


Mode of the examination

For Paper 1 (B.E / B.Tech courses), it is in both off and online modes.
For Paper 2 (B.Arch / B.Planning), it is in offline mode only.


Dates of the JEE MAIN exam

Offline Exam - First Sunday of April.
Online Exam - In the month of April.
Paper 1 - for B.E / B.Tech courses :
Duration : 3 hrs
Objective types questions with equal weightage to Physics, Chemistry, & Mathematics
Paper 2 - for B.Arch / B.Planning:
Mathematics - Part I - objective questions
Aptitude Test - Part II - objective questions
Drawing Test - Part III - to test drawing aptitude.
Duration - 3 Hours


How will the All India Final merit list of JEE MAIN exam be arrived at

A candidate's All India Rank(AIR) will be a combination of 40% weightage to normalised 10+2 or other equivalent qualifying examination and 60% weightage to his JEE MAIN score

JEE (Advanced)

Eligibility to appear for JEE Advanced

JEE Mains has to be cleared for appearing in JEE Advanced. Candidates can appear in JEE Advanced only twice. Those who have already attempted JEE Advanced two times before 2019 are not eligible for appearing in 2019. Candidates who have been admitted to IIT earlier cannot appear in JEE Advanced. After having cleared the JEE Advanced 2019, only those applicants will be considered eligible for admission to IITs who have:

    Are in the top 20% percentile of successful candidates in their class XIIth examination or equivalent Board examination.
    Scored 75% in class XIIth Examination or equivalent (65% for SC / ST / PwD), or

Mode of the examination

The national-level exam will be conducted in computer-based test (CBT) mode and it will have two compulsory papers of 3 hours duration each – Paper I and II.
Questions in each paper will be asked from physics, chemistry and mathematics. Candidates need to answer questions from each subject (or section).
Question types will be multiple choice (objective) and numerical.
Some questions may have multiple correct options, in which case the candidate needs to get all the options rights to get full marks. If the candidate gets only one or few of the options right, then partial marks will be awarded. If no attempt is made, zero marks will be awarded.