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...]

JEE Main 2015: Verification of Class 12 Marks Required before June 10, 2015

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The Central Board of Secondary Education has asked students who appeared for the JEE Main 2015 exam to verify their class 12 scores with the authorities as a way to confirm their ranks in the Main exam. Students may do the same by visiting the official JEE website. Students may also update their marks from the same website. The online option for updating marks has made the … [Read more...]

JEE 2015 Alert: Joint Counselling for admissions to IITs, NITs, IIITs and GFTI. Dates Changed by JoSAA

Joint Admission Board (JAB) and Central Seat Allocation Board (CSAB) 2015 have announced a joint counselling schedule for both JEE Main 2015 and JEE Advanced 2015 which will apply for admissions to IITs, NITs, IIITs and GFTI for the academic year 2015-16. As per an official notification on the IIT Bombay website: “Seat allocation for academic programs offered by 88 … [Read more...]

Difference in Syllabus for JEE Main and JEE Advanced 2015

PLEASE NOTE: The authorities conducting JEE exams - CBSE for JEE Main and IIT for JEE Advanced - have not yet published a syllabus for JEE 2016, so syllabus for JEE 2015 is the best indicator as of now. All points below are based on syllabus for JEE 2015, and are subject to change once JEE 2016 brochure is published.   Given the different patterns of the JEE Main … [Read more...]

Cutoff declared by CBSE for JEE Advanced 2015

CBSE has declared the JEE Main cutoff for 2015 along with JEE Main 2015 Result declared on 27 May, 2015. The cutoff this year has been lower than those of previous years due to the higher difficulty level of JEE Main 2015 exam. For 2015, the cutoff for general category is 105 marks, while it was 115 in 2014. General category candidates scoring equal to or above this, will be … [Read more...]