JEE ADVANCED : An Ultimate and Free Guide For 2022

JEE ADVANCED

Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is an all-India engineering entrance examination conducted with the sole purpose of admission to different engineering colleges in India. The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) and Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi has introduced this National Level Entrance Examination known as Joint Entrance Examination, for admission to various engineering colleges in India.

 

This examination was conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) till 2018. From 2019, the responsibility of the conduction of the examination was vested to National Testing Agency (NTA).

 

The examination comprises of two phases- JEE Mains and JEE Advanced. JEE Mains was replaced by the All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE) and JEE Advanced was replaced by IIT-JEE Entrance Exam. The main aim of this exam was to reduce the strain of the students for appearing in multiple entrance exams.

 

Every year more than 25,000 engineering and architecture seats are filled through the score of the JEE Exam.

 

Joint Entrance Examination Advanced (JEE Advanced): This is a national-level engineering entrance examination conducted annually for admission to the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT). Formerly, JEE Advanced was known as the Indian Institute of Technology- Joint Entrance Examination (IIT-JEE).

 

It is conducted by one of the seven zonal IITs, namely IIT Kharagpur, IIT Delhi, IIT Bombay, IIT Madras, and IIT Guwahati under the guidance of the Joint Admission Board (JAB). Other Universities like the Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology, the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISERs), and the Indian School of Science also accept the score of JEE Advanced for admission.

 

Candidates can get enrolled in the following courses through the JEE Advanced exam :

 

Name of the course Degree Duration
Bachelor of Technology B.Tech. 4 years
Bachelor of Science BS 4 years
Bachelor of Architecture B.Arch. 5 years
Dual Degree Bachelor of Technology & Master of Technology Dual Degree B.Tech. -M.Tech. 5 years
Dual Degree Bachelor of Science & Master of Science Dual Degree B.S.-M.S. 5 years
Integrated Master of Technology Integrated M.Tech. 5 years
Integrated Master of Science Integrated M.Sc. 5 years

 

JEE ADVANCED EXAM HIGHLIGHTS

 

Exam Name Joint Entrance Examination Advanced (JEE Advanced)
Conducted By IIT Delhi
Counselling Authority JoSAA
Exam Level National
Mode of Exam Computer-based (Online)
Frequency Once a year
Language English & Hindi
Type of Questions Objective
Official Website http://jeeadv.ac.in/index.php

 

 

JEE Advanced Exam Proposed Month

 

JEE ADVANCED EXAM DATES
Event Tentative Month
JEE Advanced Exam Notification April
JEE Advanced Exam Admit Card August
JEE Advanced Exam Date September
JEE Advanced Exam Result September
Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT) September
Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT) Result September

 

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JEE Advanced Exam Eligibility Criteria

 

1. Nationality 

Indian citizens, Overseas citizens of India (OCI), Persons of Indian Origin (PIO), and Foreign Nationals can apply for JEE Advanced Exam.

 

Foreign Nationals: Any candidate appearing for the JEE Advanced exam, who are not citizens of India by birth or naturalized are treated as foreign nationals. Only 10% of the total seats in each course are allotted to them. They are not allowed to write JEE Mains exam, they can directly apply for JEE Advanced Exam.

 

2. Performance in JEE Mains Exam 

Candidates who fall in the rank list up to 2,50,000 in JEE Mains Exam across all the categories are eligible to apply for JEE Advanced Exam. The percentage of the admission for different categories are given below :

 

Category Percentage of Admission
General Category 46.5%
General EWS 4%
OBC-NCL Candidates 27%
SC Candidates 15%
ST Candidates 7.5%
PWD Candidates Horizontal reservation of 5% in all the above categories.

 

Note : Foreign Candidates are Not applicable as they are not allowed to write JEE Main Exam.

 

3. Age Limit 

 

Age limit for Indian National Age limit for Foreign National
Candidates should not be born on or after October 1, 1995. For reserved categories, 5 years of relaxation is fixed. Candidates should not be born on or after October 1, 1995. In countries where a minimum stint in the armed forces (or allied) for a certain period is mandatory before /after Class XII or equivalent exam, the candidate is given a relaxation of one year. No relaxation for any categories.

 

4. Performance in Class 12th  Exam 

 

Candidates have to fulfill any one of the criteria given below :

Indian National Foreign National
Candidates should secure a minimum of 75% marks in aggregate in class 12th or equivalent. For SC/ST/PWD the aggregate is 65% Candidates should secure a minimum of 75% marks in aggregate in class 12th or equivalent.
Candidates should be within the top 20 percentile of the successful candidates in class 12th or equivalent board examination. Candidates should be within the top 20 percentile of the successful candidates in class 12th or equivalent examination.
Following subjects’ marks are calculated for aggregate marks:

1.       Physics

2.       Chemistry

3.       Mathematics

4.       Language (If more than one language is taken, then the language with higher marks will be considered)

5.       Any other subject other than the above four will be considered (the subject with the highest marks)

Following subjects’ marks are calculated for aggregate marks:

1.       Physics

2.       Chemistry

3.       Mathematics

4.       Language (If more than one language is taken, then the language with higher marks will be considered)

Any other subject other than the above four will be considered (the subject with the highest marks)

 

5. Number of Attempts

 

Number of Attempts for Indian National Number of Attempts for Foreign National
Candidates can appear for JEE Advanced Exam a maximum of two times in two consecutive years. Candidates can appear for JEE Advanced Exam a maximum of two times in consecutive years.

 

Earlier admission at IITs and ISM

Earlier admission at IITs and ISM for Indian National Earlier admission at IITs for Foreign National
Candidates should not be admitted to IIT irrespective of whether the candidate has continued in the program OR accepted a seat in IIT by reporting at the reporting center Candidates should not be admitted to IIT irrespective of whether the candidate has continued in the program OR accepted a seat in IIT by reporting at the reporting center
Candidates whose admission at any of the IIT has been canceled after joining IIT are not eligible to apply for JEE Advanced. Candidates whose admission at any of the IIT has been canceled after joining IIT are not eligible to apply for JEE Advanced.
Candidates who have paid the acceptance fees, but did not report at any of the reporting centers OR, withdrew before the last round of seat allocation OR, canceled their seat before the last round of seat allotment is eligible to apply for JEE Advanced Exam. Candidates who have paid the acceptance fees, but did not report at any of the reporting centers OR, withdrew before the last round of seat allocation OR, canceled their seat before the last round of seat allotment is eligible to apply for JEE Advanced Exam.

 

JEE ADVANCED EXAM PATTERN

 

Following are some of the highlights of the exam pattern of JEE Advanced.

  • This is a computer-based national-level exam.
  • It consists of two compulsory papers- Paper-1 & Paper 2.
  • Each paper has three sub-sections -Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.
  • The question paper will be MCQ, numerical, and lists match in nature.
  • The exam is in both Hindi & English. Candidates can select or switch any of the languages during the examination
  • There are some questions with more than one correct answer option, for those questions the candidate must select all the correct options to get full marks. Partial marks are awarded if one or a few correct options are selected. Zero marks will be awarded if the question is not attempted.
  • Some questions are awarded negative marks for incorrect answers.
  • Candidates can find the details of the marking schemes in the questions paper.

 

 

JEE ADVANCED PAPER -1 EXAM PATTERN
Section Question Type Number of Questions Maximum Marks
Section 1 MCQ with one or more correct answer 6 24
Section 2 Numerical value answer type questions 8 24
Section 3 Paragraph based questions (2-Paragraphs, each having 2 MCQ with 2 correct answers only 4 12
 

JEE ADVANCED PAPER -2   EXAM PATTERN

Section Question Type Number of Questions Maximum Marks
Section 1 MCQ with one or more correct answer 6 24
Section 2 Numerical value answer type questions 8 24
Section 3 Matching type questions with 4 options 4 12

 

JEE ADVANCED MARKING SCHEME PAPER-1
Question Type Total Questions Full Marks Partial Marks Negative Marks Maximum Marks
MCQs with 4 options (with one or more correct answers) 6 +4 if all the correct answers are chosen +3 if all four options are correct but only three options are chosen

+2 if three or more options are correct but only two options are chosen, both the options must be correct.

+1 if two or more options are correct but only one option is chosen, and it must be correct

-2 (in all other cases) 24
Numerical value answer type questions 8 +3 if only correct numerical value is given 24
Paragraph based questions (2-Paragraphs, each having 2 MCQs with 2 correct answers only 4 +3 if only correct answer is selected -1 in all other cases 12
 

JEE ADVANCED MARKING SCHEME PAPER-2

MCQs with 4 options (with one or more correct answers) 6 +4 if all the correct answers are chosen +3 if all four options are correct but only three options are chosen

+2 if three or more options are correct but only two options are chosen, both the options must be correct.

+1 if two or more options are correct but only one option is chosen, and it must be correct

-2 (in all other cases) 24
Numerical value answer type questions 8 +3 if only correct numerical value is given 24
Matching type (List 1 and List 2) questions with 4 options 4 +3 if only correct answer is selected -1 in all other cases 12

 

JEE Advanced Test Location 

 

JEE Advanced Test Location for Indian National JEE Advanced Test Location for Foreign National
Zones – IIT Bombay, IIT Madras, IIT Delhi, IIT Guwahati, IIT Kanpur, IIT Kharagpur, and IIT Roorkee JEE Advanced exam is held in Dhaka (Bangladesh), Dubai (UAE), Kathmandu (Nepal), Singapore, and San Francisco, California (USA)

 

Note: Successful foreign candidates, interested in B.Arch. program are required to come to one of the Zonal IITs to write the Architecture Aptitude Test for B.Arch. program.

 

List of colleges participating:  Apart from IITs, nine other top institutes offer admission to their colleges through JEE Advanced score.

 

List of Top Nine Institutes accepting JEE Advanced Score

 

  • Indian Institute of Science (IISc Bangalore)
  • Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER Bhopal)
  • Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER Kolkata)
  • Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER Mohali)
  • Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER Thiruvananthapuram)
  • Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER Pune)
  • Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology (IIST Thiruvananthapuram)
  • Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology (RGIPT or IIT Jais Rae Bareli)
  • Indian Institute of Petroleum and Energy (IIPE Vishakhapatnam)

 

 

List of IITs accepting JEE Advanced Score
Name Abbreviation Establishment State NIFR Rank No of Seats
IIT Madras IITM 1959 Tamil Nadu 1 505
IIT Delhi IITD 1961 Delhi 2 799
IIT Bombay IITB 1958 Maharashtra 3 778
IIT Kanpur IITK 1959 Uttar Pradesh 4 690
IIT Kharagpur IITKGP 1951 West Bengal 5 713
IIT Roorkee IITR 2001 Uttarakhand 6 879
IIT Guwahati IITG 1994 Assam 7 702
IIT Hyderabad IITH 2008 Telangana 8 294
IIT Indore IITI 2009 Madhya Pradesh 10 275
IIT BHU (Varanasi) IIT (BHU) 2012 Uttar Pradesh 11 876
IIT Dhanbad IIT (ISM) 2016 Jharkhand 12 919
IIT Bhubaneswar IITBBS 2008 Odisha 22 273
IIT Gandhinagar IITGN 2008 Gujarat 24 194
IIT Ropar IITRPR 2008 Punjab 25 297
IIT Patna IITP 2008 Bihar 26 250
IIT Mandi IITMandi 2009 Himachal Pradesh 31 200
IIT Jodhpur IITJ 2008 Rajasthan 53 247
IIT Tirupati IITTP 2015 Andhra Pradesh Not Ranked 180
IIT Bhilai IITBH 2016 Chhattisgarh Not Ranked 126
IIT Goa IIT Goa 2016 Goa Not Ranked 97
IIT Jammu IIT JMU 2016 Jammu & Kashmir Not Ranked 154
IIT Dharwad IITDH 2016 Karnataka Not Ranked 126
IIT Palakkad IITPKD 2015 Kerala Not Ranked 260

 

Result of JEE Advanced: The result of the JEE Advanced exam can be downloaded by visiting the official website  https://jeeadv.ac.in/

 

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