Apr 17 (): The Joint Entrance Exam (JEE), a substitute for the All-India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE) is a combined entrance exam held for the first time for students aspiring to get into all centrally-run engineering institutions, including the IITs and NITs. Giving a quick look at the important dates of JEE 2013, this article could come in handy as a ready reckoner for the JEE aspirants.
JEE received a record 14 lakh registrations this year, 2.8 lakh more than 2012. Students aspiring for admissions to B.E., B.Tech, Architecture and Planning courses at the National Institutes of Technology (NITs), Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs), Delhi Technological University, and other centrally funded technical institutes (CFTIs) will be appearing for the JEE Main.
Selection for NITs and CFTIs will be based on a ranking system — 60 per cent of JEE Main and 40 per cent normalisation score of XII th boards (Courtesy:The Hindu).
The IIT-JEE examination has been replaced by the JEE-Advanced. The top 1,50,000 candidates qualified in JEE Main Paper – I (including all the categories) are eligible to register for JEE (Advanced) examination, 2013.
Selection of students looking to get into 16 IITs in the country will be based on JEE-Advanced score but selected students have to feature among the top 20 percentile of the boards they belong to.
JEE (Main) Paper I and Paper II examinations (both Pen & Paper tests) were held on 7th April,2013.
JEE (Main) Paper I (Online test) is being held on various dates starting from 8th April till 25th April.
The JEE (Advanced), 2013 Exam Schedule
Date of examination: Sunday, 2nd June, 2013 (Pen & Paper test only)
The exam will be conducted as per schedule even if this day is declared a public holiday.
Paper 1: 09.00 to 12.00 hrs (IST)
Paper 2: 14.00 to 17.00 hrs (IST)
Last date for JEE (Advanced) online registration:From 8th May to 13th May, 2013
JEE (Main) results to be declared on: 7th May,2013
JEE (Advanced) results to be declared on: 23rd June, 2013.
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