Devising out the JEE advance exam
If you have been looking to get admission to one of the best colleges in India, you might have heard JEE exams name more than often. And why not, everyone loves preparing for this exam as it gives ample opportunities to be the part of most reputed colleges in India. JEE or Joint Entrance Exam is a national-level engineering entrance exam held on the All-India level every year. If qualified, the candidate can then look for joining IIIT, IIT and NIT colleges.
The JEE is comprised mainly of two exams or you can say that the exam has two phases- the JEE mains and JEE advanced 2021. The exam pattern for the JEE had started in 2013 where 16 IITs and Bachelor’s program, ISM Dhanbad approved the method of 2 exams instead of one. The ratio of the exams is 60 for mains and 40 for advanced. To opt for the Mains exam or to enter the JEE, the student should have passed 12th with 75% average marks. The student may also sit in the exam if he is in the top 20 percentile list of the board he attended in 12th. The reservation category needs to score 65% in this regard.
JEE advanced overview
The later part of the JEE exam i.e. advanced is conducted by one of the seven major IITs of India. The exam is held under the supervision of the Joint Admission Board. The exam is well-known for offering admission to Dual degree programs (12th level entry), bachelor’s and integrated master’s courses. The admission applies to 23 colleges of the Indian Institutes of Technology. The list also includes the ISMs’. The admission process is strict as per the rank obtained in the exam.
If you are appearing for the advanced part, you should know where you can secure admission and what are courses you can apply for after clearing the exam. These include a 4-year bachelor’s degree, a 5 year BArch, MSC, MTech, Dual Degree, MS, BS or Btech.
Frequency of JEE advanced 2021
As per the latest norms of the JEE authorities, the entire JEE test is conducted twice a year in two parts. While the Mains exam is conducted in January and April, the advanced is usually scheduled for May every year. An important thing to note here is that the candidate is eligible to appear in the Mains and can attempt thrice for the exam.
JEE Advanced 2021 eligibility
As one can easily guess, the main eligibility includes the candidate clearing of the first part of the JEE exam. However, the JEE advanced 2021 eligibility also includes some other conditions as per the norms by JAB. Candidates falling among the top 2,50,000 ranks in the Mains among all categories can appear in the advanced exam. Among this number, there are different categories for which the students are eligible to appear. The general category that makes the most common merit list has a share of 46.5%, followed by NCL and OBC category sharing 27% and SC with 15%. The EWS and ST candidates have 4% and 7.5 % eligibility share respectively. There is a reservation of 5% for all PWD Candidates in the exam.
Some other eligibility criteria are as follows:
- The candidates should be born on or after October 1, 1996.
- The candidates appearing from PwD, SC or ST category must be born on or after October 1, 1991.
- A student can only attempt JEE advanced two times. These attempts are valid if made in two consecutive years.
- If a student has appeared for the 12th or any equivalent exam for the first time in 2021 or 2020, he is eligible to appear for the advanced exam.
JEE advanced 2021 syllabus
Many tests cover almost everything you have learned in the 12th and 10th classes. However, as far as JEE advanced syllabus is concerned, there is a definite notice from the IIT Kharagpur, the body that releases the official syllabus. The official syllabus is given on the official JEE site which can be easily downloaded. This year, the exam will be conducted as a computer-based test. The JEE advanced syllabus for 2021 has already been released. The topics covered can be found in the official downloadable file on the website.
The syllabus has detailed information and all the categories are usually mentioned. The main subjects that will cover the syllabus include chemistry, mathematics, physics and AAT (Architecture Aptitude Test). One should be prepared with a list of the best books that will help prepare for the exam’s particular syllabus topics.
JEE advanced 2021 exam date
The JEE advanced 2021 date is released and can be checked on the official JEE website. The exam will be held on 3rd July 2021. The JEE advanced 2021 exam date is announced and confirmed by The Union Education Minister of India. The entire schedule of the exam is expected to come out shortly next monthly and it will be released by IIT Kharagpur. As a candidate, you should not only check the official date of the exam to be held but other related dates as well. For instance, you should remember the registration date for JEE advanced 2021, the date of release of the application form, the JEE advanced admit card release date, the answer keys release date, the results date for JEE advanced 2021 and the JEE 2021 counseling and seat allotment date.
Among all these dates, only the date on which the exam is to be held is announced by the authorities as of now which is 3rd July 2021. All other dates are expected to be released soon on the official JEE or IIT website.
While JEE advanced holds only 40% weightage of the entire exam, it remains an important step to finalizing your future with a great college chain of India, probably the best one. The advanced exam is always important and should never be taken lightly. Once you clear the Mains exam, you should not hold back as the real competition is at the Advanced level. Hence, you should always keep your confidence high and spirits up to study harder and compete in a more encouraging way for the JEE advanced exam.
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