The IIT Joint Entrance Exam (IIT JEE) is for examination of graduate level in Indian Institute of Technology(IIT). In this, questions regarding these subjects like mathematics, physical and chemistry are asked. The IIT JEE exam is considered as very difficult among the students but nothing is diffcult if your focus is on your goal.
From April 2013, the IIT JEE exam is being organized in two parts. One Main and Second Advance. For admission to IIT, you have to apply for a main examination, and after passing in the man, the advance is included in the examination. 150,000 candidates out of the total candidates are eligible to take the advanced examination. This exam is held after one week of main exams.
Admission to the National Institute of Technology and Information Technology is done by considering the IIT JEE main exam. There are 32 bidders in the country, and their method of examination and assessment is different. One and the other JEE Main will oversee by the Central Board of Secondary Education. The same JEE advance is managed by the IIT.
All the states are entrusted with entrance examinations (PET) for students making a career in MAIN engineering. Yet most students’ desire is that they get admission in the engineering course of the institute from the middle of the entrance examinations held at all-India level, in which admission becomes a guarantee of career building. That’s why students give more importance to the IIT JEE examination.
IIT JEE Exam Eligibility
1. Any candidate can join the IIT JEE exam twice.
2. Students attending this examination have to pass the qualification examination either.
3. Students who have accepted the admission in the institution by paying full fees, can not join the IIT JEE again.
1. 10 + 2 or last year from any Central or State Board.
2. Intermediate or Two Year Pre University examination organized by the recognized Board or University – Final exam of two-year course of Joint Services Wing of the National Defense Academy.
3. Advanced Certificate on Advanced A Labels GCE Examination.
4. Cambridge University’s High School Certificate Examination.
5. Professional Examination of HSC.
6. Senior Secondary Examination of National Open School, including minimum five subjects
7. Diploma in 2 or 3 years accredited by AICTE or State Board of Technical Education.
1. General category – 60 percent marks in eligibility test.
2. 55% marks in AC, ST, PD category – Eligibility test.
1. 25 years for upper age limit for general category.
2. 30 years for upper age limit reserved category.
IIT JEE Exam Pattern (IIT JEE Exam Pattern)
JEE exam is in two parts, it is called Main examination and advanced examination. Successful candidates of the Man examination are allowed to enter the Advanced Exam. There are two question papers for a period of three hours. In both papers, questions related to mathematics, physical and chemistry are asked. These questions are objective, and negative marking is done for wrong answer.