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Information on IIT- JEE, its tests, eligibility, branches of engineering etc.

Shreya Pandey
created: 22nd Mar 2017 Last Modified: 27th Mar 2017
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YoungBuzz Career Counsellor
created: 22nd Mar 2017 Last Modified: 17th Nov 2017

The Indian Institute Of Technology every year has a Joint Entrance Exam ( IIT JEE) meant for Admission at seven IITs (IIT Bombay , IIT- Delhi , IIT Khargapur , IIT Guwahati , IIT Kanpur, IIT Madras and IIT - Roorkee ), Institute Of Technology Banaras Hindu University and Indian School Of Mines , Dhanbad to B Tech in the subject of Aerospace Engg , Agricultural And Food Engg , Biotechnology And Biochemical Engg , Ceramic Engg , Chemical , Civil , Computer Sc and Engg ,Electrical , Electronics And Communication , Energy, Engineering Physics , Industrial , Industrial And Production , Instrumentation , Manufacturing Sc And Engg , Materials and Metallurgical Engg , Mechanical , Metallurgical Engg And Matorials Science , Mineral Engg , Mining , Mining Machinery , Naval Architecture , Ocean Engg And Navel Architecture , petroleum And Textile Engg

Eligibility: 10+2 or an equivalent Exam or a pass in a 3-4 Years Diploma

Recognized by AICTE or State Board Of Techincal Education , Appearing or due to appearing candidates can also apply , The candidates should have Successfully completed the 11th (10+1) Exam

Scheme Of Exam:Exam is held in 2 stage: -

a) Screening Test

b) Main Exam

Screening Test: One Objective Type question paper of 3 hour duration in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry

Main Exam:3 papers in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry each of 2 hour duration , only For those candidates who qualify in the Screening Test

Exam In The Month Of:: Screening Test December

Main Exam May

Notification:July

Branches of Engineering:

Architecture/ Chemical Engineering/ Designing/ Technology Planning/ Aeronautical Engineering/ Aerospace Engineering/ Agricultural Engineering/ App Electronics of Instrumentation/ Appropriate Technology/ Automobile Engineering/ Biochemical Engineering/ Biomedical Instrumentation/ Ceramics/ Chemical Engineering/ Chemical Technology/ Chemical Plant Engineering/ Civil & Structural Engineering/ Computer Science/Computer & Communication Engineering/ Computer Hardware & Software Engineering/ Computer Technology/ Computer Tech & Informatics/ Construction Engineering/ Dairy Tech/ Electrical Engineering/ Electrical Power System/ Electrical & Electronics/ Electrochem Engineering & Tech/ Electronics/ Electronics & Communication/ Electronics & Computer/ Electronics & instrumentation/ Electronics & Telecommunication/ Energy Engineering/ Engineering Physics/ Environmental Engineering/ Fire Engineering/ Food Engineering/ Industrial Electronics/ Industrial Engineering and Management/ Mchine Design & Automation/ Machine Tools/ Manufacturing Sc.& Engineering / Marine Engineering/ Mechanical Engineering/ Metallurgy Engineering/ Mining Engineering/ Mineral Engineering/ Naval Architecture/ Optics & Optoelectronics/ Ocean Engineering/ Petrochem/ Petroleum/ Pharmaceutical Tech/ Plastics Engineering/ Polymer Engineering/ Polymer & Rubbre Engineering/ Power Plant Engineering/ Power Electronics Engineering/ Production Engineering/ Safety Engineering/ Textile Engineering/

Rahul Sharma
created: 6th Nov 2017 Last Modified: 17th Nov 2017

Hello, JEE Advanced is one of the popular & toughest exam in India This Year JEE Advanced is conducted by IIT Kanpur& the total no. of intakes are also increased to 224000 in JEE Advanced Check out the JEE Advanced Eligibility 2018

Ravi Mahawar
created: 16th Dec 2017 Last Modified: 16th Dec 2017

Last minute preparation is an essential part to crack the JEE Advanced Exam. Candidates must go through this part of preparation before appearing in the exam Here I’m sharing JEE Advanced Last Minute Tips for preparing to get qualified in the exam: Make sure that you haven’t missed anything from the syllabus Make a proper time management strategy to solve the questions. You must remember that there will be negative marking in the exam. Solve mock papers. It will help you to analyse your weak areas. Revise every formula and rules from your syllabus.