Joint Entrance Exam also known as JEE is an engineering entrance examination conducted in India. The JEE exam is conducted for admission to various engineering colleges in India. The JEE is constituted in two different exams JEE Main JEE Advanced. Any students those who takes the admission for IIT’s cannot appear for the JEE Advanced exam in the next year.

JEE Main

The JEE Main will be conducted in two papers (Paper-1 and Paper-2). The candidates those who are appearing for the JEE Main exam may opt for either both exam paper. Both the papers are objective type questions. Paper-1 deals with the admission for B.E./B.Tech courses. The JEE Main Paper-1 is conducted through an Computer Based Test mode. Paper-2 deals with the admission for B.Arch and B.Planning courses. The JEE Main Paper-2 will be also conducted through an Computer Based Test mode
like Paper-1. In Paper-2 all the papers are conducted as a Computer Based Test except one paper which will be conducted as a Pen and Paper mode or offline-mode for Drawing Test, this paper will not be conducted as Computer Based Test mode. In the year 2020 from January the government of India is introducing an additional paper which is for the admission for the B.Planning courses separately.

Paper-1 is having a fixed structure for the examination. Paper-1 which is having three hours of duration for the examination with a total number of thirty objective type questions, the subjects for the examination includes Physics, Chemistry and Maths. 4 marks are awarded for every correct answers and for every incorrect answer 1 mark is reduced from the total marks.

JEE Advanced

In the year 2013 JEE Advanced was called as IIT-JEE later it began to known as JEE-Advanced like today and AIEEE was renamed as JEE Main. The first IIT Institute was made in the year 1951 and was known as Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur. The examination of JEE Advanced will be held as a computer based test and the examination will be having two types of papers mainly (Paper-1 and Paper-2). Paper-1 will be dealing with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and Paper-2 which is also dealing with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The purpose of this examination is for the top brilliant candidates to get the admission to undergraduate in Engineering, Science and Architecture courses in 23 IITs.

The JEE Advanced was started in the year 2012. Mainly the examination will be held in two languages (English and Hindi). A duration of 3 hours will be given for the examination. The JEE Advanced will be held once a year.

Eligibility criteria for JEE Advanced

The Eligibility Criteria for JEE Advanced are as follows :

1. Candidates should rank among the top in paper-1 of JEE-Main in down per category.

2. Candidates should be less than 25 years age with five year relaxation for SC,ST and PwD candidates.

3. Candidates can apply for the examination at most two times in two consecutive years.

4. Candidate applying for the exam should have qualified XII class Board Examination in Previous year

5. Candidates should not have accepted for admission in any IIT earlier.

In 2018 the Joint Admission Board (JAB) decided to conduct the entire exam through online.

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