On August 28, the country’s most prestigious engineering entrance exam, JEE Advanced, will be entirely computer-based.
JEE Advanced offers approximately 14,428 seats in the country’s 23 IITs. The exam will be held from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 2.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. The top 2,50,000 students from the June-July JEE Main examinations will be declared eligible to take the JEE Advanced examination. There are 1,01,250 for general category, 25,000 for general EWS category, 67500 for OBC, and 37.500 for SC. There are approximately 18,750 ST students. The online application process for students with foreign citizenship began on Monday. The last date for application is 11th August.
According to career counseling expert Rajesh Mishra, foreign candidates will be accepted in addition to the top 2,50,000 students chosen to provide JEE advice. These students will receive an additional 10% seat allocation in the IIT seat allotment by including all seats from the open category. Foreign students must pay an application fee of $75 for SAARC countries and $150 for other countries. Students who are eligible to take JEE Advanced will be able to register online between the 7th and 11th of August based on their performance in JEE Main. The application fee has been kept at Rs 2500 for students in the general and OBC categories, and Rs 1400 for SC, ST, Divyang, and girl students in all categories. Admit cards will be distributed on August 23rd. On September 11, the results of Johai Advanced will be published.
Registration will be done from August 7 to 11, result will be declared on September 11
JEE Advanced: Last date of application is August 11, foreign students will be able to apply with 12th marks
The applications for JEE Advanced have started for students with foreign citizenship. The last date to apply is till August 11. Career counseling expert Rajesh Mishra said that JEE Main has been given priority for these students.
Students with foreign citizenship who have qualified 12 board exams abroad are not required to appear for JEE Main in order to take JEE Advanced. They can directly apply for JEE Advanced exam.
• 12th board pass students from India with foreign citizenship must pass JEE Main in order to sit for JEE Advanced: Students with foreign citizenship who have completed their 12th grade in India must take the JEE Main exam before taking the JEE Advanced exam. They must meet the JEE Main open category cutoff to be eligible for JEE-Advanced. Foreign students will be admitted alongside the top 2.50 thousand students chosen to take the JEE Advanced. They will be allocated an additional 10% of IIT seats by adding an open category.