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IIT JEE Exam 2018

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) had conducted the Indian Institutes of Technology Joint Entrance Examination (IIT JEE) Offline main exam on Sunday, April 2, and Online mode on April 8 & 9, 2017.

IIT JEE (Main) Exam 2017 online application process was starting from 01st December, 2016. The last date for online submission of application is 16th January, 2017 and fee can be paid upto 17th January 2017. The correction will start from 25th January to 3rd February 2017. The pattern followed this year was similar to the JEE main pattern from 2011 to 2016. Over 10 lakh candidates appeared for the exam which was conducted in the offline mode for entrance to BE, BTech, BArch and BPlanning courses. Only the top 2,20,000 candidates who clear the main exam will be shortlisted for the advanced paper who will have to compete for 11,032 seats in the IITs.

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यदि आप व्यापक पाठ्यक्रम आधारित सम्पूर्ण अध्ययन सामाग्री चाहते हैं, तो डेवलप इंडिया ग्रुप एक ही स्थान पर आपकी आवश्यकताओं को पूरा करेगा। हम आपको प्रतियोगी परीक्षा में सफलता के लिए रणनीतिक तैयारी हेतु मार्गदर्शन भी प्रदान करेंगे। हम पिछले पांच वर्षों के प्रश्नपत्रों के पैटर्न का विश्लेषण करके पूरी अध्ययन सामाग्री को तैयार करते हैं। ताकि अध्ययन सामाग्री के निर्माण में हम सभी महत्त्वपूर्ण मुद्दों को शामिल कर सकें। पिछले कुछ साल की सफलता के विश्लेषण करने के बाद, हम यह कह सकते हैं कि डेवलप इंडिया ग्रुप एक शीर्ष स्तरीय संस्थान है, जहां 70-80 प्रतिशत सवाल हमारी अध्ययन सामाग्री से पूछे जा रहे हैं। यह हमारे लिए बड़ी सफलता है और आप डेवलप इंडिया ग्रुप की व्यापक अध्ययन सामाग्री का अध्ययन कर के अन्य प्रतियोगियों पर बढ़त हासिल सकते हैं।

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The exam is being conducted at 1,781 centres in 109 cities. JEE-M is conducted in two parts- Paper I and Paper II. Paper-I (BE/B Tech) will be conducted in both computer-based (online) and paper-pen (offline) mode while Paper II (B Arch/B Planning) will be conducted in pen-paper mode only.

Candidates who want to appear for JEE-Advanced 2017 will have to clear the JEE-M test first. The HRD Ministry has notified two changes in the JEE pattern for 2017.

There shall be no weightage for class 12 marks in calculating the ranks in the JEE (Main) examination. For the candidates to qualify for IITs/NITs/IIITs and such other CFTIs whose admissions are based on the JEE (Advanced) /JEE(Main) ranks, they should secure at least 75 per cent marks in class 12 exams, or be in the top 20 percentile. For SC/ST students, the qualifying marks would be 65 per cent in the class 12 examination.

IIT JEE (Main) 2017 Question Paper Analysis

According to Develop India Group Expert overall difficulty level for paper is between easy to moderate. In all the three subjects, 5-6 questions were framed quite differently. Experts noted that there were 25 easy questions, 53 moderate questions and 12 difficult questions. Mathematics was the toughest section of the three and the expected cut off for advanced would be around 102 for General candidates.

In Physics paper, overall questions were on easier side and straight forward as compared to last year. By and large, paper was on the expected lines without any element of surprise. Almost all the topics covered were prescribed by the CBSE for JEE (Main). Physics was considered to be moderate in difficulty and length, with most finding it easier than the last year. Students encountered more calculative questions than theory-based. The weightage of marks tilted towards the 12th standard syllabus with 19 questions, while 11 questions were picked from the 11th standard syllabus. Constitutionally, the paper had 11 questions from Mechanics, 8 questions from Electrodynamics, 3 questions from Thermodynamics and Kinetic Theory, 2 from Optics and Wave Optics – which was a surprise for most – and 6 questions from Modern Physics and Nuclear Physics.

Mathematics, overall paper was good. Two-three questions were lengthy, but few questions were straight forward as well. Questions were asked from all chapters. Questions asked were conceptual and nearer to the JEE advanced paper in terms of tricks and approach. Students confined to the NCERT and related text books would find it difficult. Mathematics was considered by most to be the most difficult of the three subjects, purely due to its lengthiness, despite being comparatively easier than last year. While questions were based on simple formulae, a lot of them were calculation-based. The weightage of marks was unequal with 20 questions chosen from 12th standard and 10 from 11th standard. Constitutionally, the paper contained 15 questions from Algebra, 6 from Calculus, 3 from Trigonometry, 3 from Conics and 3 from Vector Algebra.

In Chemistry, question paper was quite balanced. Equal weightage was given to Physical, Inorganic and Organic Chemistry. However there was no question from topics like States of Matter, Chemistry in Everyday Life. Unlike last year, this year most of the questions were conceptual while lesser number of questions were memory based. Chemistry was considered the easiest of all three papers, with a difficulty curve similar to last year. The questions asked this year were more theoretical than calculative, making it the quickest subject to solve. 

The weightage of marks tilted towards the 12th standard syllabus, with 17 questions chosen from it and the remaining 13 chosen from the 11th standard syllabus. Constitutionally, the paper had 8 questions from Organic Chemistry, 11 from Inorganic Chemistry and 11 from Physical Chemistry.

JEE Main Cut off

First is the qualifying marks – it is mentioned on the scorecard of JEE Main and on the basis of it the candidates is determined as the qualifiers of JEE Main.

Qualifying Marks for JEE Advanced – are not score but figure determined by CBSE and IIT Council that top 220000 candidates will be eligible to appear for JEE Advanced. Until last year, this figure was 200000.

Opening and Closing Rank of JEE Main –  is the rank on the basis of which the admission in the institute started and ended. It is announced after the counselling, hence, the candidates seeking previous years JEE Main opening-closing rank to get an idea about the admissions this year.All of these cutoffs of JEE Main are explained below.

JEE Main Qualifying Marks

Until now, the rank of JEE Main was determined by normalizing the class 12th score. However, from this year onwards the normalization will not be done. Hence, we have given the cutoff of JEE (or AIEEE) as well. As you can see in the below given table, the cutoff before normalization was very low. We do not claim that it will be low this year as well but have just given it for those curious minds who wish to know it.

Category

After Normalization

Before Normalization

Year

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012 (AIEEE)

General

100

105

115

113

48

OBC-NCL

70

70

74

70

45

ST

48

44

47

50

18

SC

52

50

53

45

18

Expected JEE Main 2017 Cutoff

JEE Main 2017 Category

JEE Main 2017 Cutoff Marks

General

 102

OBC-NCL

 72

ST

 53

SC

 51

Closing rank is the rank of the last candidate who is allotted a seat in the respective category and program.

JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) Exam Pattern

JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) is a two tier examination (Main & Advanced) regulated by CBSE Board. Candidates can get admissions in B.Tech/B.Arch programmes offered by NITs, IIITs and other engineering institutions through JEE Main exam while IITs offer these courses through JEE Advanced exam.

JEE Main exam is also considered as a qualifying exam to appear JEE Advanced exam.

There will be two question papers in the IIT JEE Exam, each of three hours duration. Both the question papers will consist of three separate sections on Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The questions will be of objective type, designed to test comprehension, reasoning and analytical ability of candidates.

The answers for each of the questions are to be marked on a separate, specially designed, machine-gradable sheet of paper (ORS – Optical Response Sheet). While answering each of the questions the candidate is expected to darken the bubble(s) against correct answer(s) using black ball point pen only. In some sections, incorrect answers may be awarded negative marks.

What we will provide you in the study notes? 

1. Comprehensive study notes will cover entire topics mentioned in the engineering entrance Syllabus. 

2. Most of the entrance exams have pre-decided examination time. So you should practice to make your mind fresh and active in this time slot. 

3. Study notes will divide in many volumes. 

4. For practice Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) will added in the last of each subject.

5. More revision means clear concept in limited time.

6. Each important point will be bold, italic and underline in the entire contents. It will be help to you in reading. 

7. We will also provide you the gist of important topics. 

8. Practice Papers/test series will also provide you. 

9. For any kind of guidance and support from our experts, you can call us.

What kind of strategy needs ?

Some of you must be preparing for your engineering entrance examinations. These common engineering entrance examinations are designed to test the ability of every individual. The first and foremost strategy is to believe in yourself.

Keep a positive attitude and be confident about clearing the exam without any hassles.  Help yourself, depending on your ability and capability to write an entrance exam.

“Go through right direction, you shall find success”

“The blind study is very harmful for your career. It will neither help you in the prelims nor mains exam."

1. Key to success in any engineering entrance exam: Practice. Improve speed. Clear the concepts.

2. You need to know about the essential books and study materials/notes to crack the exams. Start with listing topics, subject wise. There are a few topics which are not in JEE syllabus, but in state entrance exams’ syllabus. Put those topics in a separate list. 

3. While preparing for the IIT JEE or other engineering entrance exams, keep making diary of all the important facts and formulae, points to remember, tricks and all other things, you feel like revising a few days before exams. 

4. Go through the subject study with emphasis according to syllabus mentioned by the state engineering exams syllabus. Make a study plan according to the number of days left for your state exam.

5. Clear concepts for those new topics, and keep revising the topics you have already read.

6. Regular practice mock test papers for test yourself before appearing in the exam. Revise all the topics at least once, timed practice tests before the exam.

7. Before you start solving question paper first take the overview of it. And strategically look for what you can solve in lesser time.

8. One of the best tricks to crack the engineering entrance exams is to solve sample question papers. The sample papers will help you get an idea about the actual question papers.

9.  Just make sure to visit every topic, especially those, in which you didn’t score well in other entrance exams.




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