JEE Advanced 2014 Notifications
According to the JEE Advanced notification, the exam is conducted by seven zonal IITS (under the directives of the Joint Admission Board (JAB)) to screen students for admission to the undergraduate programs of the 16 IITs located at Bhubaneswar, Chennai, Delhi, Gandhinagar, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Indore, Jodhpur, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Mandi, Mumbai, Patna, Ropar, Roorkee and Varanasi. The exam also screens candidates for admission to Indian School of Mines(ISM), Dhanbad.
JEE Advanced 2014 notification declares that the exam will be conducted on May 25, 2014, which will be a Sunday. The exam consists of two papers:
As soon as the JEE Main results are declared, students of all the categories within Top 1,50,000 rank holders list should register for JEE Advanced exam. The registration can be done online at the official website of JEE Advanced.
Latest Update: Those who qualify for JEE Advanced 2014 will also be eligible to sit for JEE Advanced 2015.
The information brochure for the exam is now available online. Here you can find all the details related to the exam. Download it and read it carefully because the eligibility criteria and syllabus of IIT JEE exam is different than JEE Main exam.
JEE Advanced will be conducted in English and Hindi. Candidates will have to specify the language of their choice when they register for the exam. It will have two papers, each with three sections – Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The duration of the exam will be of three hours.
Questions asked in the exam will be of objective type and will be multiple choice questions (MCQs). They will test students’ understanding of the subjects as well as their reasoning and analytical ability.
Some sections will have negative marking too, so the students are advised to answer only those questions they are sure of.
The candidates will receive a two-page doublet of Optical Response Sheet (ORS). As they will mark on the front page of the sheet, the impression will automatically get recorded on the page below. Hence, make sure that you do not separate or disturb the alignment of the sheets during the exam. After the exam, the invigilator will give you the second sheet which you can check with the answer key that will be published on the official website later.
Candidates must also read the instructions carefully and darken the answer bubbles in the correct manner.
Blind candidates can request for scribes, whom they can meet one hour before the exam. The process for this can be found in the information brochure.
Performance in Qualifying Examinations (QE)
Candidates who are in the Top 1, 50,000 rank holders (from merit lists of various categories) who appeared for Paper 1 of JEE Main 2014. They are distributed as follows:
Top 75,750 (50.5%) from the Common Merit List (CML)
Top 40,500 (27%) from Other Backward Classes – Non Creamy Layer OBC(NCL) merit list
Top 22,500 (15%) from Scheduled Caste(SC) merit list
Top 112,50 (7.5%) from Scheduled Tribe(ST) merit list
3% of total seats in each category are reserved for Person with Disability (PwD) candidates, which means 2,272 seats from General category, 1,215 seats from OBC (NCL) category, 675 seats from SC category and 338 seats from ST category are reserved for PwD candidates.
Candidates who are able to secure the required rank in JEE Main must also be in Top 20 percentile of their Boards in their respective categories.
In case, a Board does not provide information regarding the cutoff for its Top 20 percentile, it will be responsibility of the candidate to produce a certificate from his or her Board stating that they do fall within the Top 20 percentile of the Board. Otherwise, CBSE’s percentile will be used to decide the cutoff marks for the qualifying examination.
For boards that only awards letter grades, candidates will need to obtain a certificate from their Board specifying their equivalent marks at the time of online acceptance of seat.
If Board results are declared after July 15, candidates should not attempt JEE Advanced 2014. If the candidates fail to produce statement of marks in 10+2 exams at the time of admission, they will be not allowed extra time to do so.
Candidates are only allowed two attempts in consecutive years to crack JEE Advanced. Hence, candidates who appeared for their Class 12 board exam or IIT JEE in 2012 or earlier are not eligible for the exam.
Only candidates who cleared their Class 12 in 2013 or will appear for it in 2014 will be able to take JEE Advanced, if they fulfill all the other criteria.
Candidates who were admitted to any of the courses at IITs or ISM Dhanbad earlier will not be able to take IIT JEE exam.
Online Application Form Submission
Results of JEE Main 2014 will be declared by May 3, 2014.
Successful candidates should register online at the official website (http://jeeadv.iitkgp.ac.in) for JEE Advanced 2014 from 10 am on May 4 to 5 pm on May 9, 2014.
A bank challan will be generated after candidates complete online registration, which they will have to use to pay the fees at any branch of SBI before 5 pm on May 10, 2014.
Once the payment is done, refunds cannot be claimed.
Do remember that at the time of registration, you will need to fill up information and upload scanned copies of following documents:
Original passport size photograph in JPEG format (preferably from digital camera),
Legible copy of signature as JPEG file,
Date of Birth certificate,
Class 10 certificate, and
Category and Sub-Category (PwD) certificate (in case of reserved categories).
Exam Fees for JEE Advanced 2014
Male candidates of General and OBC categories will have to pay Rs 2,000 to register for the exam.
Male candidates of SC, ST and PwD categories will have to pay Rs 1,000 to register for the exam.
All female candidates, irrespective of their categories, are exempted from examination fee of the Advanced exam.
All candidates, irrespective of their categories or gender, who opt to take exams abroad will have to pay US$ 220.
Fees will have to be paid through Bank Challan generated after submitting the online application form.
According to the JEE Advanced 2014 notification, candidates will have to download and print admit card for the online exam from its official website from May 11 to May 24, 2014.
Do check the name, photograph, signature, date of birth, address, language you opted for and category on the admit card carefully. In case of any discrepancy, students should contact the Chairman, JEE (Advanced) of the Zonal IIT not later than May 22, 2014.
When students come to the examination centre, they need to bring their admit cards along with an identity verification card with themselves.
Students must keep their admit card safe till the seat allocation and admission process gets over.
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