JEE Advanced Counselling
JEE Advanced 2018 Counselling Process and Seat Allocation by JoSAA

JEE is an engineering entrance exam held at national level in India every year. It is further divided into two phases – JEE Main and the JEE Advanced. The second phase of the exam i.e. JEE Advanced, if qualified ensures admissions to the one of the 23 IITs including ISM-Dhanbad depending on the scores secured.

JEE Advanced 2018 Counselling Process will commence from the month of June 2018. It consists of a total seven rounds and the whole Process is conducted through online mode. The candidates who will qualify in JEE Advanced 2018 Exam will be eligible to take part in the JEE Advanced 2018 Counselling Process and further seat allocation procedure. Some important highlights of the JEE Advanced 2018 Counselling Process are as follows:

JEE Advanced Counselling Date 19-Jun-18
Conducting Body Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA)
Mode Online
Website www.josaa.nic.in
Minimum Eligibility 75% aggregate marks in class XII or a good rank in JEE Advanced
Procedure Registration, Choice Filling, Choice Locking, Validation, Seat Allotment and Reporting to the Allotted Centers
Total Participating Colleges 23 IITs including ISM-Dhanbad
Total seats For 4-year program- 9064 seats

For 5-year program- 1924 seats

Total Programs (Streams) Available For 4-year Course- 166 streams

For 5-year Course- 79 streams

First Seat Allotment Round is scheduled for June 29, 2018 (tentative)

 

Note: All the figures mentioned above are approximate and are a subject to change.

To fill up your knowledge carts we have come up with a blog providing the complete details regarding JEE Advanced 2018 Counselling and subsequent seat allocation process by JoSAA (Joint Seat Allocation Authority).

 

JEE Advanced 2018 Counselling – Eligibility Criteria

A certain set of eligibility criteria has been set by the JoSAA for the candidates to participate in the JEE Advanced 2018 Counselling Process. The candidate should have secured the minimum cut-off announced by the IITs and must have a position in the rank list released.

Candidates need to secure minimum prescribed marks in each subject and in aggregate to appear in the JEE Advanced 2018 Merit list. The category wise minimum cut of marks list is mentioned below in the table for reference of all the candidates. Minimum Qualifying marks for Inclusion in the JEE Advanced 2018 Merit List are as follows:

Rank List Minimum Percentage of marks in each subject Minimum Percentage of aggregate marks
Common rank list (CRL) 10 35
OBC-NCL rank list 9 31.5
SC rank list 5 17.5
ST rank list 5 17.5
Common-PwD rank list (CRL-PwD) 5 17.5
OBC-NCL-PwD rank list 5 17.5
SC-PwD rank list 5 17.5
ST-PwD rank list 5 17.5
Preparatory course rank lists 2.5 8.75

 

JEE Advanced 2018 Counselling – Tentative Schedule

JEE Advanced 2018 Counselling is an online process. The following table consists of all the important events and their tentative dates related to the seven rounds of JEE Advanced 2018 Counselling Process.

S.No. Important Events JEE Advanced Counselling dates
1 Registration and Choice Filling Process Last week of June 2018
2 Choice Filling for AAT Last week of June 2018
3 Display of Mock Seat Allocation Result Last week of June 2018
4 Last Date to register and submit the choices Last week of June 2018
5 1st Round of Seat Allocation 1st week of July 2018
6 1st Round Withdrawal/acceptance of seats 1st week of July 2018
7 2nd Round of Seat Allocation 1st week of July 2018
8 2nd Round Withdrawal/acceptance of seats 1st week of July 2018
9 3rd Round of Seat Allocation 2nd week of July 2018
10 3rd Round Withdrawal/acceptance of seats 2nd week of July 2018

 

JEE Advanced 2018 Counselling – Complete Process

The JEE Advanced 2018 Counselling Process comprises of the following 5 major steps. The JEE Advanced 2018 Counselling Schedule will be completed in 3 rounds. The candidates are advised to check their status after each round of counselling.

  1. Registration for JEE Advanced 2018 Counselling
  2. Candidates need to fill choices online and lock them
  3. Allotment of seats
  4. Reporting to Allotted colleges
  5. Granting Provisional Admission for to candidates

 

Step 1 – Online Registration

Firstly, candidates have to register online to participate in the counselling process. Candidates have to fill registration details like gender, state code of eligibility, nationality, etc. No fee will be charged for registration & choice filling.

 

Step 2 – Online Choice Filling and Locking

Candidates will have to fill up their choices by logging in using their Registration No (User ID), Roll No and Password to fill their choices as per branch, course and institute preference. They are permitted to change, edit, delete or add new choices until finalizing their choices. Candidates must lock their final choices before the due dates failing which leads to choices are locked automatically.

Applicants can select a maximum of 50 choices during online locking of choices. They are advised to take a print out of their finally submitted choices.

Important Notes:

1. Fitness Criteria required to be fulfilled by students for Mining and Petroleum Engineering:

Candidates planning to apply for Mining and Mining Machinery Engineering and related courses must fulfill additional fitness criteria as mentioned below:

  • These students should be free from color blindness and the standard of visual acuity with or without glasses should be as per DGMS circular (the distant vision of eye with or without glasses should be not less than 6/6 and 6/9 for worse eye)
  • Candidates applying for Petroleum engineering and related courses as well as those seeking admission in M.Sc. / M. Tech. in Applied Geology must be free from clause of color blindness also.

2. Special Eligibility for Female candidates in Mining Engineering Courses

  • ISM Dhanbad does not admit female students in Mining Engineering, Mining Machinery Engineering and any of the related courses.
  • Female candidates are however, eligible for admission in Mining Engineering at IIT Kharagpur and IIT (BHU) Varanasi, provided they fulfill the special medical requirements.
  • The female candidates as per Section 46 (1) of the Mines Act, 1952, are not permitted to work in mines below ground. They are allowed to work only between 6 AM to 7 PM on mines above ground level.

3. Admission to Architecture Courses in IITs

  • Candidates seeking admission in Architecture courses at the IITs should appear and pass the Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT) conducted at the seven Zonal IITs. The test will be conducted on June 19, 2018.(Tentative)
  • Candidates are required to choose B. Arch. at IIT Kharagpur or IIT Roorkee during online choice filling in counselling and appear for AAT 2018 also. JEE Advanced 2018 Admit Card issued would be required to appear for Architecture Aptitude Test.
  • Candidates would be however considered for admission, solely on the basis of JEE Advanced AIR and category rank of candidate.

 

Step 3 – Seat Allotment, Fee Payment & Seat Acceptance

Seat Allotment will be done on the basis of reservation norms, choices filled and vacancies. Candidates will get an Email/SMS regarding to the seat allotment after a few days of choice lock. Download the seat allotment letter.

The candidates can follow the steps mentioned below to check the status of seat allotment during JEE Advanced 2018 Counselling. The opening and closing ranks for all the categories would vary. Hence, the candidates securing higher in their respective categories will be allotted seats accordingly.

  • Log in using the Registration No (User ID), JEE Advanced 2018 Roll No and Password to check their seat allotment status.
  • Students should check their status of Seat Allotment at the end of every round.
  • Allotments might change due to up gradation. Hence, students should pay attention regarding this.
  • The soft copy of the category (SC/ST/OBC-NCL) certificates uploaded at the time of online registration will be scrutinized against originals during seat allocation
  • If the certificates uploaded are found to be inappropriate, the student will be treated as General only, if their score in the Paper-1 of JEE Main is above the cutoff score for General category.

Note: The seat allocation in JEE Advanced 2018 Counselling would be completed within three rounds. All the candidates are therefore advised to check the status after the completion of ever round, as there is a possibility that the seats allotted to them are upgraded because other students have either withdrawn from the course or have accepted seats they prefer.

After the JoSSA Seat Allocation process, the candidates have to make the fee payment for the allotted seats through SBI NET Banking / e-challan. The seat acceptance fees for candidates is as follows:

Sr. No. Category Amount (in Rs.)
1 General Category 45,000
2 SC/ST/SC-Pwd/ST-PwD/GEN-PwD/OBC-NCL-PwD Categories 20,000

 

Step 4 – Reporting to the Allocated Institution

Candidates are required to report to the Zonal IIT after the seats are allotted to them. All the candidates should be present in person for verification of documents and payment of admission fee. The registration fee for General and reserved categories is mentioned below.

Category Fee (INR)
General/OBC 60000
SC/ST & PWD 20000

The candidate have to report at the help center with the below-mentioned documents/ certificates for the Advanced counselling 2018:

  • 3 passport size photographs (same as uploaded at the time of the registration).
  • Photo identity card.
  • Proof of seat acceptance fee payment.
  • Provisional seat admission letter.
  • JEE Advance admit card.
  • JEE Advanced score card.
  • Class XII marksheet.
  • Date of birth proof.
  • Category certificate (if applicable).

List of Reporting Centers for JEE Advanced 2018 Counselling:

Sr. No. Name Address
1 Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay IIT Bombay, Powai, Mumbai 400076, Maharashtra, India
2 Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi Hauz Khas, New Delhi 110016, India
3 Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur IIT-Kharagpur, West Bengal, India-721302
4 Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur Kalyanpur, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh 208016, India
5 Indian Institute of Technology, Madras IIT Madras P.O., Chennai-600036, India
6 Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee IIT-Roorkee, Roorkee-Haridwar Highway, Roorkee-247667, Uttarakhand, India
7 Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati IIT-Guwahati, near Doul Gobinda Road Amingoan, North Guwahati, Guwahati-781039, Assam, India
8 Indian Institute of Technology, (BHU) Varanasi Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh-221005, India
9 Indian Institute of Technology, Bhubaneshwar Samantapuri, Bhubaneshwar, Odisha-751013, India
10 Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar IIT-Gandhinagar, Village Palaj, Simkheda, Gandhinagar, Gujarat-382355, India
11 Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad Kandi, Sangareddy-502285, Telangana, India
12 Indian Institute of Technology, Indore Khandwa Road, Simrol, Indore, Madhya Pradesh-453552, India
13 Indian Institute of Technology, Jodhpur Old Residency Road, Ratanada, Jodhpur, Rajasthan-342001, India
14 Indian Institute of Technology, Mandi Parashar Road, Tehsil Sadar, Near Kataula, Kamand, Himachal Pradesh-175005, India
15 Indian Institute of Technology, Patna Bihta, Patna, Bihar-801103, India
16 Indian Institute of Technology, Ropar Nangal Road, Rupnagar, Punjab-140001, India
17 Indian Institute of Technology, ISM Dhanbad IIT-Dhanbad, Police Line, Sardar Patel Nagar, Hirapur, Dhanbad, Jharkhand-826004, India

 

Step 5 – Provisional Admission

The institutes will issue a final allotment letter and grant provisional admission to candidates after verifying the documents and the fee is paid by the candidate. Candidates who fail to meet any eligibility criteria or are caught providing false information/documents will be debarred from the counselling process and their admission would be immediately deemed cancelled.

Documents Required for Provisional Admission

Students are required to submit original documents along with one attested photocopy during verification for taking provisional admission.

  • JEE Advanced 2018 Original Admit Card
  • JEE Advanced 2018 Seat Allotment Letter from JOCSAP website
  • JEE Advanced Application Form (duly filled)
  • Duly filled medical examination report
  • Birth Proof — Class Xth /HSC/Birth Certificate/Any other certificate as proof of data of birth
  • Class 12th or Equivalent Examination Mark sheet and Passing Certificate
  • Category Certificate (OBC (NCL)/SC/ST/PwD/DS) issued by competent authority as per the format in the JEE Advanced 2018 Brochure
  • Criteria for Foreign National students — Attested photocopy of the page in the passport comprising the name, photo and nationality.
  • DD towards the registration fee. It would be later adjusted towards the tuition fee, to be paid at the time of admission.

 

We have tried our best to provide complete information regarding the JEE Advanced 2018 Counselling and Seat Allocation Process in detail. If you have any further confusion regarding the counselling and seat allocation process, feel free to contact us via [email protected]

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JEE Mains vs JEE Advanced
JEE Mains vs JEE Advanced – What is the difference??

JEE Mains vs JEE Advanced come to every aspirant’s mind when he/she starts preparing for JEE. Everyone want to know what is the difference between JEE Mains and Advanced? Why two separate exams are conducted?? And so on..

Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is an engineering entrance examination, held at national level in India every year. JEE is further divided into phases – JEE Mains and the JEE Advanced. Both these exams are interrelated, but are also different at the same time. Interrelated because only those candidates who clear JEE Mains are allowed to take the JEE Advanced Exam. But how are JEE Advanced and JEE Main different from each other have a lot many points to be discussed.

Thus, in this article we will be jotting down major differences between JEE Mains and JEE Advanced:

 

JEE Mains vs JEE Advanced – Admission

JEE Mains, if qualified, ensures admission in the National Institutes of Technology (NITs), Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs), and colleges designated as “Government funded technical institutes” (GFTIs) and some other private institutes participating in JEE Mains Counselling depending on the scores secured. Whereas, candidates seeking admission to the various Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and Indian School of Mines (ISM), Dhanbad need to qualify JEE Advanced. However, as mentioned above only the students selected in JEE Mains are eligible for appearing in JEE Advanced.

 

JEE Mains vs JEE Advanced – Difficulty level

When we talk about difficulty level, it is a well-known fact that JEE Advanced is far more difficult than JEE Mains. While the aim of JEE Mains is to make sure that the students comprehend their class 11th and 12th syllabus properly. On the other hand JEE-Advanced has a more logical approach it emphasizes more on practical application of the concepts and problem-solving skills of the students.

 

JEE Mains vs JEE Advanced – No. of Papers

JEE Mains and JEE Advanced both have two papers but, it is not compulsory for all the candidates to take both the papers in JEE Mains whereas, in JEE Advanced it is compulsory to give both the papers. In JEE Mains Paper 1 is for those who want admission in B.E. and B.Tech courses and Paper 2 is for those who want admission in B.Arch and B.Planning courses. On the In JEE Advanced candidates must sit for both Paper 1 and Paper 2 in this exam to get admission into engineering courses. For the candidates who wish to be admitted into architectural courses that IITs offer, the student must clear both Paper 1 and Paper 2 in the exam and then sit for the Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT).

 

JEE Mains vs JEE Advanced – No. of Attempts

Candidates can’t appear in the exam as many times as they wish. The exam authorities have set a rule for the number of attempts. For JEE Mains, according to a notification by CBSE, the maximum number of attempts are limited to 3. Whereas, for JEE Advanced a candidate can attempt the exam maximum two times and that too in consecutive years.

 

JEE Mains vs JEE Advanced – Syllabus

There is a slight difference in the syllabus of both the exams (JEE Mains – Paper 1 and JEE Advanced – Paper 1 & 2). Some topics covered in JEE Mains are not in the syllabus of JEE Advanced and vice versa.

Here is a list of such topics for all the three subjects:

Subjects Topics in Advanced but not in Mains Topics in Mains but not in Advanced
Physics
  • Thermal Physics
  • Electronic Devices
  • Electromagnetic Waves
  • Communication Systems
Chemistry
  • Electrochemistry: Equivalent Conductivity
  • Nuclear Chemistry
  • Biomolecules
  • Chemistry in Everyday Life
Mathematics
  • Sets, Relations and Functions
  • Statistics
  • Trigonometry (some topics)
  • Mathematical Reasoning

JEE Mains vs JEE Advanced – Exam Pattern

The question paper pattern is fixed for JEE Mains whereas it slightly changes every year for JEE Advanced. The No. of Questions, Marks Distribution and even the Type of Questions asked in JEE Mains Exam are all fixed. On the other hand all these factors keep on changing in the JEE Advanced Exam.

JEE Mains JEE Advanced
No. of Questions No. of Questions
120 (30 for each Subject) 120 (30 for each Subject)
Total Marks Total Marks
360 (equally divided in all the three Subjects) Varies
Type of Questions Type of Questions
Fixed – MCQ’s (Single Correct Option)

MCQ’s (Single Correct Option)

MCQ’s (Multiple Correct Option)

Single Integer Type

Matrix Matching

Comprehension Based

Marking System Marking System
Fixed – 4 Marks for correct answer and -1 for incorrect answer. Varies

 

These were a few major differences between JEE Mains and JEE Advanced which distinguish them from each other. Moreover it is a fact that everything seems difficult if don’t prepare for it properly.

We have tried best to write all major differences between the two exams. If you still have any doubt or confusion regarding the same please feel free to contact us via [email protected]

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Last Month preparations for JEE Advanced
The Last Month before JEE Advanced 2018

Hello JEE Aspirants!

It is the last month  before JEE Advanced Exam. This is actually one of the worst phases of your IIT JEE preparation – you are actually done with it, but have to keep going through the same routine time and again, study the exact same things repeatedly. Thus, we have come up with important tips and tricks for you to sail through this difficult phase easily and attain maximum productivity in this crucial time.

This is the final stretch – that final period, where you can actually stake a strong claim to an IIT/NIT seat. The groundwork has been done in the previous two years of your preparation and the time has come to construct on everything you did in that time. It’s the last lap; stop jogging and take a sprint. Now is the time for you to change the gears, press the accelerator to speed on without losing focus and ensure you reach that finish point with flying colors. Following a proper schedule and practicing certain things regularly will definitely take you to your destination.

Here are a few tried and tested tips and tricks to manage the last months’ time before the exam:

 

Revision is the key

There is no use of studying if you don’t remember the topics you studied during your JEE Preparation. Humans’ memory fades away gradually if they don’t revise them. Without proper revision, you will not be able to commemorate things in your mind. It plays a very big role in your preparation, so it is very important.

Revise all the concepts from notes with flags on question requiring tricks and analytical reasoning. Devote equal time to all the 3 subjects. Do not study new topics. Just review all the chapters that you’ve read in the last two years. Don’t go for new theory books as it can be a bit stressful to open a completely new author with their altogether different narration and examples in the last month.

It is a notion among people that JEE won’t have memory-based questions but it is completely wrong. JEE does ask memory based questions, and they make up almost 20% of the paper. It is advisable to be very thorough with memorizing based sections from the syllabus, also be very thorough with all the scoring topics. JEE syllabus consists of several easy-scoring topics scattered here and there do not forget to take advantage from them. Even the examiners are generous enough to give a good weightage to these topics. So it’d be worth your while to spend some time on these topics during this period.

 

You can’t manage anything if you don’t manage time

With time running out, the most important task is managing the time you have and planning things in the most efficient way possible. Until you manage time, you can’t manage anything else. If you are not following any fixed schedule of studying then make one now which suits you best but keeping a few things in mind. It is advisable that you accustom yourself to the exam hours, take proper sleep because a tired mind will not bear the right fruit when the final day arrives. Schedule your day such that you attempt one paper, analyse the attempt and revise where ever needed; study one topic from each subject per day.

Acing JEE Advanced is not just about preparation, it is about solving the maximum number of questions accurately within the given interval of time. So start with this agenda in mind. If you are unable to solve a question, please don’t waste your time on the same and move on to the next question. Don’t be in a hurry to get everything right. It is better to get few things right than many things wrong.

Optimize your preparations in the last month before JEE Advanced, the best strategy is to focus on those topics, from which you can get more score, which is easy to understand for you or which can be studied faster. Try using short and simple tricks make it a habit to use them and practice them regularly this will definitely save some time for more productive things.

 

Solve as many as previous papers and give ample of mock tests

To fill up your arsenal with new set of questions solve as many test papers as you can and give ample of mock tests. Solving these papers will not only increase your knowledge but will also you build up your stamina, and you will actually learn how to attempt papers in specified time period. Join a good All India Level Test Series. Try to go for a test series which gives you a proper analysis your current performance and where you stand now. The aim is to boost your self-confidence. They’ll help in pointing out where you go wrong, what topics need revision and where your weaknesses lie. Analyse yourself at the end of each test.

It is that time of your preparation for JEE Advanced when you need to know how to rightly put into practice all that you have learnt. Don’t practice until you get it right. Practice until you can’t get it wrong.

 

Go through your short notes and synopses

This is for those who have a good habit of making short notes and synopses of chapters when you study them in detail. Noting down important formulas and jotting down important things needed to be brushed before the exam at one place save time and energy simultaneously. Synopses are really helpful in quick go-throughs of chapters. This can be your JEE Advanced ready reckoner.

As per toppers and experts, short notes are necessary and important for revision. In the last days, this is an aid that comes into use the most. Sometimes, even if you have a strong conceptual base, you can miss some questions because of the formulas, which just skipped from your mind. So, thoroughly go through the short notes you’ve prepared as many possible to get good marks in the exam.

 

Believe in yourself but don’t let overconfidence get in your head

Rule Number 1 of surviving this period – make sure your head is in the right place. The most important thing at this stage of the preparation is self-confidence. Your confidence will determine your efficiency; overconfidence or under-confidence will both reduce your efficiency. Make sure that does not happen.

Believe in yourself. Trust the efforts that you have put in throughout the JEE preparation. Don’t get demotivated and tensed. There might be times when you might not perform that well in the mock exam as compared to other occasions. Avoid negativity. Keep your mind free and possibly do things which relax you. Be positive, Be Hopeful & Be Confident.

 

Take care of your health

Students tend to ignore their health and sleep while preparing during this time but everyone knows that Health is wealth. While you are in the last month before your exam r to eat well and remain healthy.

Avoid junk food and eat healthy. Developing a habit of eating right will keep you nourished and supply sufficient energy to carry on with studies. You can’t take the risk of falling ill. Stay hydrated as this is summer at its best. Rest and take breaks when needed. It is advised to sleep for at least 7-8 hours a day. Stress Busters

Easy to say but try and avoid stressing out. While taking breaks, ensure you take time for some of your favourite pastimes. However this can exclude social media, phone chats as they are time killers. Do meditation for easing stress, listen to music, go for walks, talk to your friends and so on. Such activities are stress busters and help you keep your cool and calm. It is important that a stress free environment exists for a successful run towards JEE Exams.

 

The final exam day

Once you get the question paper in the examination hall read it thoroughly. According to the difficulty level try and prioritise the order of answering the questions. Avoid negative marks as much as you can because negative marking can decrease your score. Attempt all those questions first which do not carry negative marks or those in which you are confident enough. Don’t get anxious if you find the paper tough since only relative performance is countable, if the paper is really tough it will be tough for everyone else also. Just have faith in yourself and give your best.

Remember, all the efforts that you put in the JEE preparations might be wasted if you do not utilize these last days properly. So be on your toes, stay sharp, and don’t let negative things take over your mind. Eat properly, don’t compromise on sleep and stay healthy. Good luck!

 

We hope, this post will you clear your doubts regarding the last month. Anyhow, if you have further queries feel free to contact us via [email protected]

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JEE Advanced Syllabus
JEE Advanced Syllabus – All You Need to Prepare

JEE Advanced is the second stage of IIT JEE. Performance in this exam decides whether a candidate gets admission to one of the different IITs or ISM Dhanbad. Preparation of JEE Advanced is demanding as it is listed amongst the toughest competitive exams at the undergraduate level. Well, starting up with the basics and that too as early as possible will do pay off. Candidates are required to align their hard work in a more logistic approach to crack this stage of JEE.

JEE Advanced Syllabus focuses more on the applications of concepts unlike JEE Mains. Thus, a proper understanding of the JEE Advanced Syllabus is needed before start preparing for the exam. Candidates should have deep knowledge about each and every topic included in the JEE Advanced Syllabus so that they can distribute their time wisely and devote more of it to strengthen their weaker topics.

The IIT organizing the exam release the full syllabus a quite a few months before the exam. Moreover, JEE Advance Syllabus has not changed from past few years thus, candidates can devise a better preparation strategy from the present syllabus.

As per the JEE Advanced Exam Pattern, there will be 2 papers, viz. Paper – 1 and Paper – 2 both the papers consists of 3 sections i.e. Physics, Mathematics & Chemistry, it is advised to deal with all the 3 sections with equal attention without neglecting any subject. List of topics covered in the JEE Advanced Syllabus are listed below for both the papers for all 3 sections respectively.

 

JEE Advanced Syllabus – Section 1: Physics

  1. General Topics
  2. Mechanics
  3. Thermal physics
  4. Electricity and magnetism
  5. Optics
  6. Modern physics

 

JEE Advanced Syllabus – Section 2: Chemistry

 

Physical chemistry

  1. Gaseous and liquid states
  2. Atomic structure and chemical bonding
  3. Energetics
  4. Chemical equilibrium
  5. Electrochemistry
  6. Chemical kinetics
  7. Solid state
  8. Solutions
  9. Surface chemistry
  10. Nuclear chemistry

 

Inorganic chemistry

  1. Isolation/preparation and properties of the following non-metals
  2. Preparation and properties of the following compounds
  3. Transition elements (3d series)
  4. Isolation/preparation and properties of the following non-metals
  5. Preparation and properties of the following compounds
  6. Ores and minerals
  7. Extractive metallurgy
  8. Principles of qualitative analysis

 

Organic chemistry

  1. Basic Concepts
  2. Preparation, properties and reactions of alkanes
  3. Preparation, properties and reactions of alkenes and alkynes
  4. Reactions of benzene
  5. Preparation, properties and reactions of alkanes
  6. Preparation, properties and reactions of alkenes and alkynes
  7. Reactions of benzene
  8. Phenols
  9. Characteristic reactions of the following
  10. Carbohydrates
  11. Amino acids and peptides
  12. Properties and uses of some important polymers
  13. Practical organic chemistry

 

JEE Advanced Syllabus – Section 3: Mathematics

  1. Algebra
  2. Matrices
  3. Probability
  4. Trigonometry
  5. Analytical geometry
  6. Differential calculus
  7. Integral calculus
  8. Vectors

 

Now, when you have the complete list of topics analyze it properly make your preparation flawless, do not skip any of the topics, set goals and accomplish them to get the desired results. Not only this, but analyzing previous year question papers would also be highly beneficial from the point of view of JEE Advanced Exam.

Please find the links below to get the detailed syllabus of all the three subjects:

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JEE Advanced all you need to know
JEE Advanced – All you need to know

Under guidance of the Joint Admission Board (JAB), one of the seven zonal IITs (IIT Roorkee, IIT Kharagpur, IIT Delhi, IIT Kanpur, IIT Bombay, IIT Madras, and IIT Guwahati) conduct the second phase of JEE – JEE Advanced. If a student seeks admissions in any one of the present 23 IITs, ISM (Dhanbad), and other leading institutes such as Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum TechnologyIndian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISERs) and Indian Institute of Science (IISc), then JEE Advanced is the final step which will take him/her to its destination but only after qualifying the JEE Mains exam and securing a minimum score in their 12th Board or any other qualifying exam depending on the category.

 

JEE Advanced – The gateway to IITs 

JEE Advanced is recognized as one of the toughest exam conducted nationwide. Admission rate in the IITs is very low, the current admission rate being 0.92%, calculated approximately according to the previous year data. Competition is further increased as Foreign Nationals are also allowed to take the exam from last year. The exam tests students, based on their logical, analytical and conceptual learning abilities. JEE Advanced exam is organized each year by one of the various IITs, on a round robin rotation pattern, here is a list of IITs who have conducted or will conduct it in previous and upcoming years respectively.

Year Organizing Institute
2013 IIT Delhi
2014 IIT Kharagpur
2015 IIT Bombay
2016 IIT Guwhati
2017 IIT Madras
2018 IIT Kanpur
2019 IIT Delhi

JEE Advanced have 2 papers which are mandatory for all candidates to qualify the exam. From this year onwards, it will solely be held as a computer-based test (CBT) in English language only.

 

Figures of applicants qualified for JEE Advanced in previous years

A substantial increment has been observed in the number of students taking up the JEE Advanced Exam. Recently, the number of qualified candidates who can take up the JEE Advanced Exam 2018 has increased from 2.20 lakhs to over 2.24 lakhs. According to the JEE Advanced 2017 Analysis, out of the 1.7 lakh registered candidates, 1.6 lakh appeared for the JEE-Advanced examination in 2017. Nearly 50,455 students qualified the Advance Exam.

Here is a graphic representation showing the number of candidates who qualified the JEE Mains exam to appear in JEE Advance.

JEE Advanced - No. of Students Qualified

 

What’s new in JEE Advanced 2018?

  • JEE Advanced 2018 will be completely online. The exam will now be computer-based, unlike the previous years when it was pen and paper-based.
  • The horizontal reservation for PwD candidates in each category for admission has been increased to 5% from 3%.
  • Additional seats will be created for female candidates to increase their presence from the existing 8% to 14%.
  • Category-wise distribution of candidates for seats has been changed for 2018.
  • An additional 4000 candidates will be able to sit for the JEE Advanced 2018 making the total number of candidates eligible to appear for the exam to 2,24,000.
  • The application fee of JEE Advanced 2018 has been increased for all categories.
  • A total of 5 exam centers must be chosen while filling the application form instead of the earlier three.
  • During the test, if candidates find any malfunctioning or any problem with the computer, then candidates will be allotted another system and care will be taken that the exam duration of 3 hours is given to them.
  • GST will not be applicable to the registration fee of JEE Advanced 2018.

 

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