JEE Advanced

JEE Advanced 2019 Exam Information

Getting through Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) and entering into a central government institution is a dream for many teenagers. The aspirants need to take up two entrance exam to get through certain central government institution mainly IIT’s (Indian Institute of Technology). The aspirant who qualifies JEE MAIN exam will have to take up JEE advanced. The candidate should clear JEE Advanced and he/she should top among 20,000 to enter any one of the IIT’s or else he/she should top among 2,24,000 to enter any one of the central government institutes. The quality of education provided by IIT’s is world class which makes them stand tall among all the other institutions. Hence difficulty level of Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) will be high when compared to other entrance exams. By the year 2017, the exam is conducted in international level enabling NRI’s to enter into them. The exam centers for international candidates were fixed to be SAARC countries, United Arab Emirates, Singapore and Ethiopia. Other than IIT’s eight other central government institutions require JEE advanced score to get into them. They are IISC, Bangalore, IIPE, Visakhapatnam, IISER, Bhopal, IISER, Mohali, IISER, Kolkata, IISER, Pune, IISER, Thiruvananthapuram, IIST, Thiruvananthapuram, and RGIPT, Rae Bareli.

There are nearly 23 IIt’s across India. Among 23 IITs, any one of the following seven IIT’s along with Joint Admission Board (JAB) will take in charge of conducting JEE exams. They are as follows,

  • IIT Delhi,
  • IIT Bombay,
  • IIT Madras,
  • IIT Guwahati,
  • IIT Roorkee,
  • IIT Kanpur,
  • IIT Kharagpur.

Last year it was the responsibility of IIT Kanpur and this year it is IIT Roorkee. It had been 10 years since IIT Roorkee had conducted JEE exam. At that time when IIT Roorkee conducted JEE exam, mathematics part was the toughest part. They had even concentrated more on the options provided for the questions to avoid the guesswork.

JEE Advanced 2019 Exam Date

JEE exams serve as a gateway to enter into central government institutions for doing Undergraduate and dual degree programmes in engineering stream. Taking a note on important dates is a part and parcel of the preparation process. Last minute rush up will end up creating unnecessary tension and may create flaws in filling up the application. Filling up correct details is essential to avoid chaos during the counseling process and also during the admission procedure. For the year 2019, dates are yet to be announced. But it will be mostly similar to the previous year (2018). The examination is conducted online as computer-based test.

S. No Important events Dates
1 Date of issuing the online application form Not Yet declared
2 Date of closing the online application form Not yet declared
4 Date of closing the online fee payment for the registered candidates Not yet declared
5 Date to download the admit card Not yet declared
6 Date of JEE Advanced examination Paper I May 19, 2019 (Forenoon)
7 Date of JEE Advanced examination Paper II May 19, 2019 (Afternoon)
8 Date of release of answer key Not yet declared
9 Date of result publication Not yet declared
10 Date of issuing an online application for JEE Advanced AAT (Architecture Aptitude Test) Not yet declared
11 Date of AAT exam Not yet declared
12 Date of AAT result publication Not yet declared
13 Date of release of JEE Advanced Rank list Not yet declared
14 Date of starting the online counseling JoSAA (Joint Seat Allocation Authority) Not yet declared

To know more about correct dates, candidates have to check the official website

JEE Advanced 2019 Eligibility Criteria

There will be minimum eligibility criteria for any exam which have to be met by any candidates to appear for that exam. JEE exams are now conducted at the international level. In such cases, it’s mandatory to submit the citizenship documents where ever necessary. The following are the eligibility criteria for Indian citizens including those who hold Overseas citizen of India (OCI) and Person of Indian Origin (PIO) card.

  1. Qualification :

Candidates must be qualified in any one of the following exams,

  • The candidate must have cleared XII exams conducted by any one of the following boards such as Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination, Central Board of Secondary Education, etc.
  • He/she must have taken up any pre-university exam under government recognized board.
  • The candidate should have completed a 2-year course in Joint Service wing of NDA.
  • He/she should have appeared and finished the Senior Secondary exam in National Institute of Open schooling.
  • He/she should have appeared in any public board exam or university exam in India or in abroad institutes which is recognized by Association of Indian Universities (AIU).

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JEE Advanced 2019 Registration

The registration process is fully computerized. There will not be any offline mode of registration. The corrections can’t be done after submitting the form. So it’s well and good when the candidate is cautious while filling the form. The soft copy of the candidate’s signature and photo in required format must be kept ready before starting the registration process. The mode of fee payment is also done online. No offline mode is used for fee payment.

In case of JEE Main 2019, for the ease of registration process Common service centers (CSC) all around INDIA aid in the registration process for filling up the form and paying the fee by means of e-wallet. So one can expect the same in case of JEE Advanced. But this is not officially declared. The candidate has to confirm through the official website when registration process starts.

The following are the steps in the application process.

  • The Candidate will have to register for JEE Advanced exam by providing the basic personal information online and by agreeing on the terms and conditions.
  • After completing the registration process, the candidate will have to log in again and provide certain other information like the choice of city for examination and so on.

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JEE Advanced 2019 Exam Pattern

JEE Advanced examination has two papers PAPER I and PAPER II. Both are compulsory. The exam is conducted in online mode. In each paper, there are 3 parts viz physics, chemistry, and mathematics. There are three sections in each part. Both the papers will be conducted on the same day. The time limit for each paper is about 3 hours. In the case when the candidate opted for scribe then they will be given 1 hour extra.

The official exam pattern is yet to be released. It will be released shortly before the exam. Here is the exam pattern of JEE Advanced 2018. It gives an idea about the exam pattern for the present year.

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JEE Advanced 2019 Syllabus

The syllabus for the year 2019 is yet to be declared. There will be the difference in JEE Main 2019 syllabus and JEE Advanced 2019 syllabus. However more or less it will be similar to the previous year JEE Advanced syllabus. A brief note on the subject wise syllabus is given below. Just the topics are listed. Refer the official website for detailed syllabus.


1.1. Physical chemistry

General topics; Gaseous and liquid forms of matter; chemical bonds and their atomic structure; Energetics; Chemical equilibrium; Electrochemistry; Chemical kinetics; Solid state; Solutions; Surface chemistry; Nuclear chemistry.

1.2. Inorganic chemistry

Isolation/preparation and properties of certain non-metals; Preparation and properties of certain compounds; Transition elements (3D series); Preparation and properties of certain oxides and chlorides; Ores and minerals; Extractive metallurgy; Principles of qualitative analysis.

1.3. Organic chemistry

Basic concepts; Preparation, properties, and reactions of alkanes; Preparation, properties and reactions of alkenes and alkynes; Reactions of benzene; Phenols; Characteristic reactions of certain compounds; Carbohydrates; Amino acids and peptides; Properties and use of certain important polymers; Practical organic chemistry.


2.1. Algebra

Algebra of complex numbers; Quadratic equation with real coefficient; Arithmetic and geometric progression; Logarithms and properties; Permutations and combination; Geometric interpretation.

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JEE Advanced 2019 Admit Card

The hall ticket is the entry ticket for any examination. It will be released usually a few days before the exam. The date of release of admit card is not yet officially declared. Admit card must be carried along with the valid ID proof to the exam hall.

Admit card contains the details of personal information of the candidates like name, DoB, Parent’s/guardians name,  gender, category, JEE Main 2019 roll number, JEE Advanced 2019 roll number, Exam center code, and address, candidates photo and signature, exam date and timing and guidelines.

Steps to download the hall ticket

  • Enter into the official website
  • In JEE Advanced candidate portal window enter the following details
    • Registration ID
    • Date of Birth
    • Email ID
    • Mobile number
  • Check on I’m not robot text box and enter the captcha.

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JEE Advanced 2019 Result

The score details can be viewed only in online mode. There is no mailing of the scorecard to the candidate. Date of releasing the scorecard is yet to be declared. Once it is out, the exam organizing committee will send an SMS to the candidates who are qualified in JEE Advanced. The candidate can obtain it from the website.

Procedure to download the scorecard

  • Login the official website
  • Enter the registration number of JEE Advanced 2019 and DoB.
  • Hit the submit button.
  • Scorecard will be displayed on the screen which can be downloaded.

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JEE Advanced Cutoff

The minimum mark scored by the candidate to be eligible to enter into JoSAA counseling is called cut off. It is the qualifying cut off. Whereas to get admitted in the top institutes the minimum mark requirement is the admission cut off. Admission cut off is usually expressed as opening and closing ranks which will be displayed in the JEE Advanced 2019 official website. The rank list and qualifying cut off for the previous year is given in the below table for IITs.

Rank list category wise Minimum mark in each subject (%) Minimum aggregate mark (%)
Common 10 35
OBC-NCL 9 31.5
SC 5 17.5
ST 5 17.5
Common- PwD 5 17.5
OBC-NCL 5 17.5
SC-PwD 5 17.5
ST-PwD 5 17.5
Preparatory course 2.5 8.75

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