The date of the JEE Advanced 2023 Exam has been released. It will take place on June 4, 2023. Every year, one of the seven Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) — IIT Bombay, IIT Kharagpur, IIT Kanpur, IIT Madras, IIT Guwahati, IIT Delhi, and IIT Roorkee – conducts a national-level test in rotational shifts. It is managed by the Joint Admission Board and carried out by the seven Zonal Coordinating IITs (JAB).
Only those who have passed JEE Main are eligible to take the JEE Advanced exam. Candidates can enroll in dual degree programs leading to a bachelor’s and master’s degree. Admission to engineering and architecture programs will be made available to suitable applicants. The JEE Advanced exam will be online in a center-based format.
Before applying for JEE Advanced 2023, candidates must first confirm their eligibility:
- Everyone who is a citizen of India may apply for JEE Advanced 2023. Under 10% of SNQ, foreign candidates are eligible.
- The general and OBC category students must have been born on or after October 1, 1998. There is a five-year age reduction for SC, ST, or PWD candidates.
- The three required subjects for Class 12 should be Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.
- In 2022–2023, candidates should successfully complete the Class XII exams for the first time.
- A candidate may run twice in two successive years.
- To attempt JEE Advanced 2023, students must place in the top 2.5 lakhs JEE Main ranks.
|Exam Mode||Online (Computer Based Test)|
|Number of Papers||2 (Both Mandatory)|
|Exam Duration||3-hour for each paper (4hr for PwD candidate)|
|Subjects||Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics|
|Question Type||Single Choice Option Answers Multiple Choice Option Answers Numerical Value Answer Questions|
|Marking Schemes||Full, Partial and zero marks. Negative marking for incorrect answers)|
Physics: Units and dimensions, Kinematics, General Physics, Mechanics, Electricity and magnetism, Optics, Modern physics, Thermal Physics, etc.
Chemistry: General topics, Gaseous and liquid states, Energetics, Atomic structure and chemical bonding, Chemical equilibrium, Transition Elements, Electrochemistry, Nuclear Chemistry etc.
Mathematics: Algebra, Trigonometry, Matrices, Analytical geometry, Differential calculus, Integral calculus, Vectors, Probability, etc.