About JEE Advanced
The Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) is an All-India Common Entrance Examination for admission to the top engineering colleges across India. It is conducted in two phases - JEE Main and JEE Advanced. Students are eligible to take JEE Advanced only if they clear the cut-off for JEE Main. The IITs and ISM then grant admission to these candidates on the basis of the JEE Advanced results.
JEE Advanced is widely considered to be one of the toughest exams in the world. Over 14 lakh students take it every year with only 20,000 getting a rank.
JEE Advanced 2017 was conducted by the seven zonal Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) under the guidance of Joint Admission Board (JAB). The performance of a candidate in this examination will form the basis for admission to various bachelor’s degree programmes in 23 IITs which include Indian School of Mines (ISM), Dhanbad along with other reputed engineering institutes.
Eligibility for JEE Advanced 2017 entails several criteria, all of which need to be satisfied by candidates. Read on to see if you do!
Performance in JEE Main 2017
The candidate should be among the top 2,20,000 (all categories included) in JEE Main 2017. From this pool, 50.5% candidates are selected from the General category (from common rank list), 27% from OBC - NCL, 15% from SC and 7.5% from ST. Within each of these four categories, 3% horizontal reservation is available for the PwD category, which includes candidates with locomotor and visual impairments as well as those with severe dyslexia.
- Students should have been born on or after 1st October, 1992, (for candidates in the General category) and 1st October, 1987, (for those in SC, ST and PwD categories).
Appearance in Class XII (Or Equivalent) Examination
- The candidate should have appeared for Class XII (or equivalent) examination for the first time - in all the subjects - in either 2016 or 2017. Candidates who appeared for their Class XII (or equivalent) examination in 2016 and wish to re-appear for the same in 2017 (either for improvement or because they failed in one or more subjects) will have to re-appear in all the subjects in 2017. Those who appeared for their Class XII (or equivalent examination) for the first time in 2015 or earlier, are not eligible.
- Candidates whose Class XII (or equivalent) examination results for the academic year 2014-15 were declared after June 2015 are eligible to appear in JEE (Advanced) 2017.
Number of Attempts
A candidate can attempt JEE Advanced a maximum of two times in consecutive years. Therefore, JEE Advanced 2017 should either be the candidate’s first or second consecutive attempt.
Earlier Admission at IITs or ISM
The candidate should not have taken admission (irrespective of whether or not he or she continued in the program) or even accepted admission by paying the fees at any of the IITs or ISM in the past. Candidates whose admission was cancelled are also ineligible. However, candidates who have been admitted to a preparatory course in any of the IITs in 2016 can appear for JEE Advanced 2017.
Candidates should first register themselves for appearing in JEE Advanced 2017, which can only be done online.
Application Form Procedure:
The online application procedure of JEE Advanced 2017 comprises of the following three simple steps:
- Filling the Registration Form
- Uploading Scanned Certificates
- Paying the Registration Fee
Step 1: JEE Advanced 2017 Registration
- Candidates must enter their JEE (Main) 2017 Roll Number, Password and Security Pin.
- They will have to choose a New Password for JEE Advanced 2017.
- They shall keep this password safe as this will have to be used for all JEE Advanced 2017 related operations.
- The JEE Advanced 2017 application cannot be withdrawn after registration has been completed.
- The Registration Fee is neither refundable nor transferable.
- The registration will be cancelled if, at a later date, it is discovered that the candidate does not meet even one of the specified eligibility criteria.
JEE Advanced Password Guidelines:
- The password must be 8 to 13 characters long.
- It must be a combination of one upper case alphabet, one lower case alphabet, one numeric value and one special character like !@#$%^&*-.
Forgot Your Password? Know how to Reset your Password:
- Candidates can use the security question and its answer chosen while filling the registration form.
- The verification code sent via text message (SMS) to the registered mobile number.
- A reset link sent via email to your registered email address.
Filling the JEE Advanced 2017 Application Form:
- After candidates finish creating a new password, they will be redirected to a page that contains their personal and academic details from the JEE Main 2017 application.
- Candidates have to mention the number of attempts.
- They have to mention the exam cities (three from the given list of JEE Advanced 2017 exam centres). The centres chosen, must fall in the same IIT Zone.
- They have to select the language of the question paper (Hindi or English).
- They will also have to mention whether they fall in the DS category.
- Students requiring a scribe will have to mention it.
Note: Any request for a change of centre or question paper language will not be entertained.
Step 2: Uploading Scanned Certificates:
Candidates are required to upload scanned certificates of Class X or proof of date of birth, Class XII (or equivalent) examination, Category, PwD, Scribe Request Letter, ‘OCI’ or ‘PIO’ and the DS certificate as applicable in JPEG format. The size of the certificate image must be greater than 50 KB and less than 300 KB.
Documents Required: Given below is a list of certificates and other documents that are to be uploaded at the time of online registration for JEE Advanced 2017:
For Candidates Seeking Admission Under the General category:
- A colour photograph with a full-frontal (face) view; with the head centered in the frame (covering 70-80% of the photograph) and taken within the last six months. The photograph should be such that it allows unambiguous identification of the candidate.
- Class X certificate (if the date of birth is mentioned in it) or birth certificate.
- Class XII (or equivalent) examination certificate (for those who appeared for this examination in 2016 or whose result was declared after June 2015).
- Scanned copy of the candidate’s full signature.
- Scanned copy of the candidate’s left-hand thumb impression.
- If the candidate’s name is not the same as in the Class X certificate, a gazette notification showing the change of name.
For Candidates Seeking Admission Under the OBC-NCL Category:
The OBC-NCL certificate (FORM-OBC-NCL) issued on or after April 1, 2017, in conformation with the latest guidelines of the Government of India.
Candidates Seeking Admission Under the SC or ST Category:
Caste (for SC) or Tribe (for ST) certificate (FORM-SC/ST).
Candidates Seeking Admission Under the PwD Category:
Disability certificate (FORM-PwD II, III or IV; whichever is applicable) issued by a notified medical authority. Dyslexic candidates needs to submit FORM-DYSLEXIC 1 and 2 instead of FORM-PwD.
Candidates Needing the Services of a Scribe:
A letter of request (FORM-SCRIBE), sent to the Chairman of the candidate’s respective IIT Zone.
Candidates Seeking Admission Under the DS Category:
A certificate (FORM-DS) issued by a competent authority in the Directorate of Resettlement and Rehabilitation in New Delhi - under the Ministry of Defense or the Ministry of Home Affairs of the Government of India.
PIO or OCI Card Holders:
Foreign candidates should be PIO or CIO holders as applicable. For more information, you can visit http://www.jeeadv.ac.in/pdf/foreign.pdf
Unlisted, Overseas and Equivalent Exam Candidates:
A certificate from the Association of Indian Universities to the effect that the candidate has cleared an exam that is equivalent to the Indian Class XII examination.
Step 3: JEE Advanced 2017 Registration Fee Payment:
The registration fees are as follows:
|Examination Centres in India|
|Female Candidates||Rs. 1200|
|SC, ST and PwD Candidates||Rs. 1200|
|All Other Candidates||Rs. 2400|
|Late Fee||Rs. 500|
|Examination Centres Outside India (SAARC Countries)|
|Examination Centres Outside India (Non-SAARC Countries)|
Candidates can pay the application fees via any of the following modes:
- Payment by SBI Debit Card or Internet Banking: Candidates have to click ‘Pay Registration Fee’, after which, the system will automatically direct them to the ‘State Bank Multi Option Payment System’ (MOPS) page. As per their convenience, they may select any of the available options like Debit Card, Credit Card or Internet Banking. After successful payment, candidates will be able to print the ‘Registration Form’ with a ‘Unique Registration Number’.
- Payment by Cash Using SBI Branch Option: Candidates have to click ‘Pay Registration Fee’, after which, the system will automatically redirect them to the ‘State Bank Multi Option Payment System’ (MOPS) page. In case of cash payment, candidates have to select ‘SBI Branch’ after which, the system will generate the challan. Candidates must then take a printout of the system generated challan and take it to the SBI branch for making the cash payment. Once done, they need to visit the webpage again and download the ‘Registration Form’ with the ‘Unique Registration Number’.
- Payment for Dubai Exam Centre: Candidates who wish to select the Dubai as their examination city are required to pay a registration fee of $220 through an International Debit or Credit Card, issued by Foreign Banks. Payment in USD is not allowed through Debit or Credit Cards issued in India. After a successful payment, candidates will be able to print the ‘Registration Form’ with a ‘Unique Registration Number’.
Candidates must preserve the registration details page till the admissions are completed. Only those who complete their registration and application formalities for JEE Advanced, with fee payment, can download their hall ticket.
|JEE Main 2017 (Offline Exam)||2nd April, 2017|
|JEE Main 2017 Result Declaration||27th April, 2017|
|JEE Advanced 2017 Registration Date||28th April, 2017|
|JEE Advanced 2017 Registrations Close||2nd May, 2017|
|Admit Card Available for Download||10th May, 2017 (at 10:00 am)
and 21st May, 2017 (at 9:00 am)
|JEE Advanced (Paper 1 and Paper 2)||21st May, 2017
(9:00 am to 12 pm
and 2:00 pm to 5 pm)
|a. Online Display of ORS and Scanned Responses
b. Request for Review of Scanned Responses
|31st May to 3rd June, 2017|
|Display of Answer Keys||4th June, 2017|
|Collecting Candidates’ Feedback on Answer Keys||4th to 6th June, 2017|
|Result Declaration||11th June, 2017|
|Date for Online Registration of the Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT)||11th to 12th June, 2017|
|AAT Exam Date||14th June, 2017|
|AAT Result Announcement Date||18th June, 2017|
|Seat Allotment||19th June to 18th July, 2017|
- Units and Dimensions
- Measurement and Errors
- 02. Mechanics:
- Kinetic Theory
- Heat Transfer
- Thermal Expansion
Electricity and Magnetism:
- Current Electricity
- Electromagnetic Induction
- Alternating Current
- Geometrical Optics
- Light Waves
- Dispersion and Spectra
- Nuclear Physics
- Photoelectric Effect and Wave-Particle Duality
- Bohr’s Model and Physics of the Atom
- 01. Physical Chemistry:
- 02. Inorganic Chemistry:
- 01. Algebra:
- Solutions of Triangle
- Inverse Trigonometric Functions
- Coordinate Geometry
- Straight Lines and Pair of Straight Lines
Candidates can check previous years’ papers for salient features of the JEE Advanced 2017 exam pattern, along with details of previous year’s question papers in order to get a fair idea about the actual exam. This is to be done as the paper pattern is different every year with a different marking scheme, and hence students should read the instructions carefully.
- The question papers will consist of objective type (multiple choice) and numerical answer type questions designed to test comprehension, reasoning and analytical ability of candidates.
- Incorrect answers to some of the questions will result in a deduction of marks.
- The question paper will be in either English or Hindi. Candidates must exercise their choice of question paper language while registering for JEE Advanced 2017. Change of question paper language will not be entertained after registrations.
- Focus: Focus more on understanding topics rather than just formulae. This way, you can ensure that you imbibe the method used to arrive at the formulae. Doing so will also ensure that those formulae are always at your fingertips.
- Organise your time: Watch the time taken to solve questions. Subject-wise allocation of time will help you attempt the JEE Advanced paper within the given time constraint. This will also help in exam-simulation. While in the exam, you should be able to filter out the easy questions from the difficult ones, so you know the amount of time you need to allot to them.
- Keep taking breaks: Burnout should be avoided at all costs. Keep taking periodic breaks to refresh yourself. Talk to friends once in a while, and don’t bury your social life entirely.
- Fulfil targets on a daily basis: Your daily study plan must include learning and revision. So assign daily goals for you and fulfil them. This will boost your confidence and avoid time wastage.
- Practice solving sample papers: Once you are thorough with a concept or chapter, solve previous years’ papers (for the last 8-10 years at least). This will guide you through the transitions in question patterns and will prepare you to anticipate them. Sample papers from other sources, such as All India Test Series, will also help you in formulating strategies and eliminating weaknesses.
- Subject-wise planning: Based on your preference, select subject-wise topics and cover them each day. Remember, your weakness may be someone else’s strength so never ignore a less favourite topic. Refer the latest JEE Advanced syllabus for your study plan.
- Clarity in concepts: Develop a clear thinking process so that the moment you see a question, you know the correct theory or formula to be used.
- From basics to classics: Always start from the fundamentals and then gradually move up further. In this way, you can tackle even a difficult problem as you are well-versed with the concept. Jumping straightaway to an advanced problem is not a good idea.
- Numericals are crucial: Solving enough numericals is crucial to crack JEE Advanced. Practise at least 40-50 numericals for each day of your JEE Advanced preparations. With subjects like Maths, Physics and Chemistry, there is no dearth of numerical problems. Toppr brings you a huge question bank, with quality questions to test yourself and solutions to keep learning simultaneously.
- Save your best for last: Study more crucial sections of the syllabus in the beginning and push easier ones for later. Mark difficult portions in your notes so that revision towards the end becomes easier.
- Discuss with your peers: Discussing and clearing doubts with fellow aspirants and mentors can help you overcome your weaknesses. Interact with them without any hesitation to devise an efficient study plan for yourself.
- H.C. Verma – Concepts of Physics, Volume I and II
- D.C. Pandey – Complete set of books
- I.E. Irodov – Problems in General Physics
- O.P. Tandon – Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry
- R.C. Mukherjee – Physical Chemistry
- R.K. Gupta – Organic Chemistry
- NCERT Textbooks – Inorganic Chemistry
- P. Bahadur – Physical Chemistry
- Arihant Publications – Amit Agarwal – All Sets
- S.L. Loney – Plane Coordinate Geometry
- Tata McGraw Hill’s Publication – A Course in Mathematics for JEE Advanced
- Cengage Publications – Complete set of books for JEE Advanced Mathematics
Previous Years’ Papers
Practising previous years’ papers is important as this helps you simulate the real JEE Advanced exam. You can find them all here, by Toppr, your assistance:
JEE Advanced has several cut-offs, both subject-wise and aggregate. These cut-offs vary across categories, as shown in the following table:
|Rank List||Minimum Percentage of Marks in Each Subject||Minimum Percentage of Aggregate Marks|
|Common Rank List (CRL)||10.0||35.0|
|OBC-NCL Rank List||9.0||31.5|
|SC Rank List||5.0||17.5|
|ST Rank List||5.0||17.5|
|Common-PwD Rank List (CRL-PwD)||5.0||17.5|
|OBC-NCL-PwD Rank List||5.0||17.5|
|SC-PwD Rank List||5.0||17.5|
|ST-PwD Rank List||5.0||17.5|
|Preparatory Course Rank Lists||2.5||8.75|
- Indian Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University
- Indian Institute of Technology, Bhubaneswar
- Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay
- Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
- Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar
- Indian Institute of Technology, Goa
- Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati
- Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad
- Indian Institute of Technology, Indore
- Indian Institute of Technology, Jodhpur
- Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
- Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
- Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
- Indian Institute of Technology, Mandi
- Indian Institute of Technology, Palakkad
- Indian Institute of Technology, Patna
- Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee
- Indian Institute of Technology, Ropar
- Indian Institute of Technology, Tirupati
- Indian Institute of Technology, Bhilai
- Indian Institute of Technology, Jammu
- Indian Institute of Technology, Dharwad
- Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad
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