Joint Entrance Examination or JEE is conducted at the national level engineering entrance examination. It qualifies students for IIT, IIIT, NIT, and Government aided engineering colleges across India.
JEE is a combination of two exams.
New Admission Norms for IITs
From 2013, the admission into the 16 IITs and Bachelor's program of ISM Dhanbad will take place in two-step test- JEE Main and JEE Advanced. Candidates are given weight-age in 60-40 ratio. To get admission in IITs, NITs, and CFTIs, a student would need to:
Score 75% marks in the 12th examination or should be in the top 20 percentile in the respective board. However, SC/ST candidates are required to score at least 65% marks.
Frequency of JEE Exams
According to the latest information, JEE is conducted twice a year in two parts:
JEE 2021 eligibility criteria are provided in the below-given section. Students must go through the complete eligibility before applying for the form:
The three factors for eligibility criteria:
Eligibility criteria for the different course:
JEE 2021 Application fee
The fees for General/Gen-EWS/ OBC(NCL) boys applying for a single paper is INR 650/-. For girls and SC/ST/PwD/Transgender, there is a 50% relaxation and they have to pay INR 325/- for a single paper.