Key Differences Between JEE Main and JEE Advanced Exam

The Joint Entrance Examination, or JEE is considered one of the most crucial entrance exams in the world. Known as the IIT-JEE, before being revised by the Central Board of Secondary Education in 2012, JEE is a combined examination for admission to colleges across the country, in place of exams like AIEEE. The entrance exams are meant for courses like Bachelors of technology … [Read more...]

90 Seats Less for IIT Aspirants as IIT Goa gets pulled off from JEE Advanced 2015


JEE Advanced 2015 candidates aspiring for admission to an IIT will have 90 fewer seats as the newly announced IIT Goa has had to opt out of the admission's process due to the lack of a campus. The 90 seats - 30 each in the streams of electrical engineering, computer engineering and mechanical engineering - were initially on offer at IIT Goa for the academic year 2015-16. IIT … [Read more...]

IIT Kharagpur To Offer 14 Disciplines For Micro-Specialisations from 2015


The Indian Institute of Technology in Kharagpur will offer its students of Bachelors of Technology as many as 14 disciplines for their micro-specialisations. The concept as an attempt to provide equal employment opportunities for all students, regardless of the popularity of their chosen engineering streams. It was noticed that students less popular streams do not get … [Read more...]

JEE Advanced 2015: Answer Sheet Released at ORS Viewing Portal

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The Answer Sheet or Optical Response Sheet (ORS) of JEE Advanced 2015 exam has been released today (May 3, 2015) for all the 1,25,000 candidates who appeared for the exam. Students can view their answer sheets / ORS at the official website of JEE Advanced 2015 starting at 10 AM on June 3, 2015 till 5 PM on June 6, 2015. Link to view your JEE Advanced 2015 Answer Sheet / … [Read more...]

JEE Advanced 2015 Solutions & Paper Analysis

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JEE Advanced 2015 was held on 24th May, 2015 and saw approximately 1.22 lakh candidates from over 350 centers across India appearing for papers 1 and 2. This year, the exam saw a change in the marking scheme, with an additional total weightage to the paper, and increased negative marking. The exam, which usually consists of 350 marks, carried a weightage of 504. Candidates … [Read more...]