IIT JEE News: Tune into news about IIT JEE 2014!
The last date to submit online application form has been extended from December 26, 2013 to January 6, 2014.
News about IIT JEE 2014 is unfolding like an interesting drama series. IIT news last year had highlighted a document published on the IIT Bombay website that IIT question pattern may change again in 2014. The document did not carry any specific details but hinted that examination pattern of JEE Advanced for 2014 and beyond may be changed.
According to the IIT JEE latest news for 2014, Push Deccan Chronicle down somewhere and add the news item in between. It will look like this:
According to the IIT JEE latest news for 2014:
IIT JEE 2014 Important Dates announced
New Delhi: For the first time, JEE Main rank has been declared valid for two years. It means that Top 1.5 lakh rank holders in JEE Main 2014 merit list will be eligible to sit for JEE Advanced 2014 as well as JEE Advanced 2015.
Online registrations for JEE Advanced 2014 will take place from May 4 to May 9, 2014. Last date to receive receipt of fee payment through e-challan mode is May 12, 2014.
IIT JEE 2014 will be conducted on May 25 and results will be declared by June 19. Online counselling for IITs and ISM where students will have to indicate their choice of courses and institutes will take place from June 20 to June 24, 2014.
Admit list and wait list will be released online after first round of seat allocation on July 1, 2014 and after second round of seat allocation on July 7, 2014. Students can withdraw seats and take refund of their provisional admission fee from July 9 to July 11, 2014. Final list of chosen student will be released after the third round of seat allocation on July 12, 2014.
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Deccan Chronicle reported that since the results of 10+2 in different education boards display great variation, it is likely that top-20 percentile norm for IIT JEE 2014 or JEE Advanced 2014 may get scrapped off. IITJEE news also claimed that there is a possibility that a new flat cut-off of 75 per cent marks in board exams for all students may be introduced - much higher than the 60 per cent cut-off rule of older IIT JEE exam pattern conducted till 2012.