JEE Advanced 2020 is going to be conducted by IIT Delhi on 17th May, 2020 for admission of the aspirants into 23 IITs.
What is JEE Advanced?
Joint Entrance Examination Advanced (JEE Advanced) was previously known as the Indian Institutes of Technology-Joint Entrance Examination (IIT JEE). It is an engineering entrance examination conducted by one of the seven zonal IITs, under the direction of the Joint Admission Board (JAB). Moreover, admission to the undergraduate programmes in all IITs is done on the basis of JEE Advanced. It is a computer-based test with two mandatory papers (Paper-1 and Paper-2), each of 3 hours duration.
Eligibility criteria to appear in JEE Advanced:
- JEE Advanced examination is eligible only for the candidates who qualify JEE Main examination (Paper-1).
- A candidate should rank in the top 2, 24,000 (the number may change the next year) in JEE Main.
- A candidate can attempt JEE Advanced maximum of two times in two consecutive years.
- A candidate should be less than 25 years of age, year relaxation for SC, ST, and PwD candidates.
- A candidate should have appeared for the Class XII Board Examination (or equivalent) in the previous year.
- A candidate should not have accepted admission into any IIT before.
- A candidate has to secure at least 75% marks (65% for SC, ST, PwD), or be in the top 20 percentile in the XII Board Examination.
It is a computer-based test (CBT) with two mandatory papers (Paper-1 and Paper-2). The time duration for each paper is 3 hours. The exam is conducted in two languages: Hindi and English. The type of question includes Multiple Choice Question/Numerical Ability Type. There is a total of 54 number of questions.
|Sr. No.||Institute Name/College Name||Location|
|1||Indian Institute of Technology||Bhilai|
|2||Indian Institute of Technology||Bhubaneswar|
|3||Indian Institute of Technology||Bombay|
|4||Indian Institute of Technology||Delhi|
|5||Indian Institute of Technology||Dhanbad|
|6||Indian Institute of Technology||Dharwad|
|7||Indian Institute of Technology||Gandhinagar|
|8||Indian Institute of Technology||Goa|
|9||Indian Institute of Technology||Guwahati|
|10||Indian Institute of Technology||Hyderabad|
|11||Indian Institute of Technology||Indore|
|12||Indian Institute of Technology||Jammu|
|13||Indian Institute of Technology||Jodhpur|
|14||Indian Institute of Technology||Kanpur|
|15||Indian Institute of Technology||Kharagpur|
|16||Indian Institute of Technology||Madras|
|17||Indian Institute of Technology||Mandi|
|18||Indian Institute of Technology||Palakkad|
|19||Indian Institute of Technology||Patna|
|20||Indian Institute of Technology||Roorkee|
|21||Indian Institute of Technology||Ropar|
|22||Indian Institute of Technology||Tirupati|
|23||Indian Institute of Technology –BHU||Varanasi|
- Thermal physics
- Electricity and magnetism
- Modern physics
- General topics
- Gaseous and liquid states
- Atomic structure and chemical bonding
- Chemical equilibrium
- Chemical kinetics
- Solid state
- Surface chemistry
- Nuclear chemistry
- Isolation/preparation and properties of the following non-metals
- Preparation and properties of the following compounds
- Transition elements (3d series)
- Preparation and properties of the following compounds
- Ores and minerals
- Extractive metallurgy
- Principles of qualitative analysis
- Preparation, properties and reactions of alkanes
- Preparation, properties and reactions of alkenes and alkynes
- Reactions of benzene
- Characteristic reactions
- Amino acids and peptides
- Properties and uses of some important polymers
- Practical organic chemistry
- Differential calculus
- Integral calculus
ARCHITECTURE APTITUDE TEST:
- Freehand drawing
- Geometrical drawing
- Three-dimensional perception
- Imagination and aesthetic sensitivity
- Architectural awareness
PHYSICS: HC Verma, Irodov, NCERT
CHEMISTRY: K. Kumar (Inorganic), Narendra Awasthi (Physical), M.H. Chauhan and Himanshu Pandey (Organic), NCERT
MATHS: Arihant, Vinay Kumar, NCERT
Important Tips to prepare for JEE Advanced
Given below are the essential tips to get a good rank in JEE Advanced:
- Make a schedule: In order to qualify your JEE Advanced exam, you need to plan your study. You can make a schedule and stick to the plan on an everyday basis. You must include time management in your plan strategy.
- Prepare rigorously: Your preparation should include a focused study on the most relevant concepts of the examination. Clearing the concepts is an important task to complete. Solve plenty of numericals. Work more on your strong areas, instead of starting over a topic you have never known.
- Solve question papers and mock tests: You should try to solve as many previous year question papers as you can. Giving mock tests can also help a lot. This tip increases your speed and accuracy for the main exam.
- Be mentally prepared: To appear for this important exam, you need to have a determined mind. Since determination requires a fresh mind, it can be achieved by being at peace. Take your sleep at time during the preparation days. Eat proper food to have a healthy mind and body. Do not stress out because of the pressure.
Important Dates for JEE Advanced 2020 (Tentative)
|JEE (Main) 2020||06-01-2020 to 11-01-2020 &
03-04-2020 to 09-04-2020
|Declaration of JEE (Main) 2020 Results||By 31-01-2020 &
|JEE (Advanced) 2020||SUN, 17-05-2020
Paper 1 : 09:00 – 12:00 IST
Paper 2 : 14:30 – 17:30 IST
|Declaration of JEE (Advanced) 2020 Results||MON, 08-06-2020|
|Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT)||FRI, 12-06-2020|
|Declaration of AAT results||TUE, 16-06-2020|
|Tentative Start of Seat Allocation Process||WED, 17-06-2020|
Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) conducts the counselling for the IITs and other prestigious institutes of engineering. All candidates who have declared qualified in JEE (Adv) 2019 are eligible to register for seat allocation in all participating institutes. The eligible students are given a choice to fill the colleges. JoSAA conducts seven rounds of seat allocation for academic programs, offered by Institutes. Document verification process is followed further after this.