To the countries technology daredevils who are buckling up to take up IIT-JEE 2020, here’s the basic knowledge of JEE how it naturally tends to be:
The JEE is conducted by one of the 23 IITs in India in a round-robin fashion every year. That way, it is IIT Delhi that is going to be conducting the exams this year. The JEE is the joint entrance exam, whose score is taken for admissions in the IITs around the country, Indian School of Mines ISM, followed by NITs, and a list of colleges that include.
- NSIT(Netaji Subhash Insitute of Technology), Jadavpur University,
- DA-IICT (Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology),
- DTU (Delhi Technological University),
- VJTI (Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute),
- LNMIIT (Laxmi Niwas Mittal Institute of Information Technolgy),
- Anna University,
- PSG – Coimbatore,
- College of Engineering, Pune,
- Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra,
- Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology, Surat
- Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology, Nagpur
- Punjab Engineering College University of Technology, Chandigarh,
- YMCA University of Science and Technology, Faridabad,
- Sri Sivasubramaniya Nadar College of Engineering, Chennai
According to the reservation scheme, a percentage of seats is reserved for students from certain categories. The reservation pattern is as follows:
- 27 percent for OBC –NCL
- 3 percent horizontal reservation will be available for PwD including dyslexic candidates in each of these four categories
- 15 percent for SC
- 5 percent for ST
- 5 percent is open for all students
Coming to the eligibility criteria to appear for exams, students from the general category need to score 75% marks or in the top 20 percentile in class 12th examination to qualify for appearing in this exam whereas the ST-SC students need 65% marks to appear for the same.
The total number of attempts that a candidate can take on IIT is two times in two consecutive years. Also, it is to be noticed that the admission rate every year is less than 10% of the total number of students appearing for the exams.
As we all know, the pattern of JEE changes regularly, every year. This ensures that no conventional method of coaching can be the result of cracking the exams. This method enables students to prepare for the exams in all possible approaches to applying technology in real sense. The JEE board says that this changing pattern adds to the genuine merit-based nature of the exams.
It is also very important to note that the answer sheets can be applied and got by the students and also cutoffs are announced. This was brought into practice since 2010.