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How to fill JEE Advanced Application Form 2017 – After the JEE Main 2017 results announced on April 27, candidates who have scored marks equal to or above the cutoff prescribed by CBSE can apply for JEE Advanced 2017. How to fill JEE Advanced application form, when to fill the form are some questions, that may cross the minds of the eligible applicants. The application form of JEE Advanced 2017 is available from April 28 from 11 am onwards. Candidates can fill the application form online till May 2. JEE Advanced applications with late fees can be filled from May 2 to May 4, 2017. Candidates must register, fill the details, upload the documents specified and pay the application fees. The application fees can be paid online or offline. Since the application once submitted cannot be edited, it is imperative that candidates know how to fill JEE Advanced application form 2017 correctly else their form will be rejected. To aid candidates in this, we present the step by step process on how to fill the JEE Advanced 2017 application form on this page. The guide given on this page firsWhile filling the JEE Advanced application form, you will be asked to upload certain documents. It is prudent to keep the documents ready before starting to fill the application form. A check list of documents required to be uploaded is given below.t gives candidates an idea of the important dates, documents required before filling the form in addition to the detailed process on how to fill JEE Advanced Application Form 2017.
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Important Dates of JEE Advanced 2017 Application Form
Start Date of JEE Advanced Application Form 2017
April 28, 2017 (from 11 a.m onwards)
End Date of JEE Advanced Application Form 2017
May 2, 2017 (till 5 p.m)
May 3 & 4, 2017
While filling the JEE Advanced application form, you will be asked to upload certain documents. It is prudent to keep the documents ready before starting to fill the application form. A check list of documents required to be uploaded is given below.
What to keep ready before you fill the JEE Advanced application form?
Photograph (full frontal face view, not older than six months), the head should be centred in the frame covering 70-80% of the photograph.
Greater than 4 KB
Less than 10 KB
Greater than 1 KB
Less than 30 KB
Class X or DOB proof
Greater than 100 KB
Less than 300 KB
Class XII Passing Certificate
Category Certificate (if applicable)
Greater than 100KB
Less than 300KB
PwD Scribe Request Letter,
PIO Card / OCI Certificate,
JPG/ JPEG format
Gazette notification showing the change of name in case the name is not same as in class X certificate
Some Important Points to note while filling the JEE Advanced Application Form:
Only candidates who have scored equivalent or more marks in JEE Main 2017 as per the cut off released by CBSE will be able to fill the JEE Advanced Application Form.
In addition to this, candidates must meet the JEE Advanced eligibility criteria 2017 so that their application is not rejected.
Candidates will not be allowed to attempt more than twice in consecutive years for JEE Advanced. Therefore candidates whose first attempt was in 2016 can appear for JEE Advanced 2017
Candidates must have passed their qualifying exam in 2016 or 2017.
Their date of birth must be on or after October 1, 1992 with relaxation for SC, ST and PwD candidates by 5 years.
Candidates who have taken admissions at any of the IITs earlier will not be allowed to appear for the exam
How to fill JEE Advanced 2017 Application Form?
The aspirants of JEE Advanced 2017 can fill the application form by following three simple steps.
The three steps are:
Uploading of scanned documents
Payment of registration fee
Step 1: Registration
Click on the JEE Advanced application form 2017 to register yourself.
Login using your JEE Main Roll Number, Password along with the security pin.
The moment you login, you will have to submit your basic data which includes choice of language of question paper (English or Hindi)
You will get an option of registering your mobile number other than the one provided in JEE Main 2017.
You need to create a new password for JEE Advanced 2017. It is important to keep this password safely as it will be required for all the related operations in future.
After the completion of registration, JEE Advanced application form 2017 cannot be edited and the registration fees will also not be refunded.
Password guidelines for JEE Advanced 2017:
Choose a password for your login. The password has to be 8 to 13 Characters long.
Create a password using a combination of one upper case alphabet, one lower case alphabet, one numeric value and one special character like [email protected]#$%^&*-.
Forgot the JEE Advanced Password?
In case you forget the password, you can reset it by following the steps below:
Use the security question and its answer chosen during filling JEE Advanced 2017 registration form.
Use the verification code sent via text message to the registered mobile number of candidate.
Use a reset link sent via Email to your registered Email address.
Filling of the Online Application Form of JEE Advanced:
After the password is created during registration, you will be redirected to a page where you must enter all your personal and academic details.
Enter the number of attempts of the examination.
Mention the JEE Advanced 2017 Exam Cities (three from the given exam centre list). Make sure that the chosen centres must fall in the same IIT zone.
Select the language of the question paper (Hindi or English) along with mentioning whether the candidate falls in the DS category or not.
Note: No request for change of centre/ language of question paper will be entertained by the IIT.
Step 2: Uploading of scanned certificates
Next you have to upload the specified documents after scanning them. This step is just after registration is completed and you have filled all the requisite details.
The list of documents that have to be uploaded online are mentioned below:
Class XII (or equivalent examination) certificate (for those who appeared in 2017).
Class X certificate OR Birth certificate.
Scanned copy of full signature of candidate.
Color photograph- full frontal face view, not older than six months.
Category Certificate if applicable
PwD, Scribe Request Letter if applicable,
DS certificate as applicable
PIO Card / OCI Certificate if applicable
Gazette notification showing the change of name in case the name is not same as in class X certificate if applicable
Foreign candidates are required to upload the Photograph, Signature and scanned certificates of Class X or DOB proof, Class XII (or equivalent) examination, Identity Proof of the Candidate, Passport of Mother, Passport of Father, Passport of Candidate, Testimonial
For the format of certificates, please refer to Annexure II of Information Brochure or click here
Details for candidates looking for admissions category-wise:
Under OBC-NCL category
Candidates need to produce OBC-NCL certificate (form EC2) issued on or after June 1, 2017 and compliant with the latest guidelines of the Government of India.
Under SC/ ST category
Candidates need to produce Caste certificate (for SC) or tribe certificate (for ST) following the norms of form EC1.
Under PwD category
Candidates need to produce Disability certificate under the norms of form EC3 issued by a district medical board / competent authority. A dyslexic candidate is required to submit form EC6 in place of form EC3.
Under services of a scribe
Candidates need to produce a request letter to the Chairman of the respective zonal IIT under the norms of form EC5.
Under DS category
Candidates need to produce certificate following the norms of form EC4 issued by a competent authority in the Directorate of Resettlement and Rehabilitation, New Delhi under the Ministry of Defence or the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India.
Under Class XII-Outside India Category
Candidates whose class XII examination board is outside India OR not listed in section10- examinations considered as equivalent to class XII need to produce a certificate from the Association of Indian Universities to the effect that the examination qualified by the applicants is equivalent to the class XII exam
Step 3: Payment of registration fees
The organising body of JEE Advanced 2017, IIT Madras announced the registration fees for aspirants belonging to different categories. The registration fees does not comprise of processing fees, service charges and any other bank charges. These may be additional.
Refer the table below for JEE Advanced Registration Fees.
JEE Advanced 2017 Registration Fee for Exam Centres in India
SC, ST, PwD candidates
Late fees for all categories is Rs. 500 (along with the prescribed application fee).
JEE Advanced 2017 Registration Fee for Exam Centres outside India (SAARC countries)
Late fees for candidates from SAARC Countries is USD 80 (along with the prescribed application fee).
JEE Advanced 2017 Registration Fee for Exam Centres outside India (Non-SAARC countries)
Late fees for candidates from Non-SAARC Countries is USD 80 (along with the prescribed application fee).
Modes of Payment for JEE Advanced 2017
There are three modes of submitting the JEE Advanced Registration 2017 Fee. Read them below.
By SBI Debit Card/Internet Banking
Click on “Pay Registration Fee” button and opt for online payment through Debit Card or Internet banking
The State Bank Multi Option Payment System (MOPS) page is displayed.
Select Debit Card/ Credit Card/ Internet Banking as per your convenience.
Pay the fees and note the transaction ID that will be generated after payment.
Print your “JEE Advanced 2017 Registration Form” with Unique Registration Number after paying the fee successfully.
By Cash using SBI Branch Option
Click on “Pay Registration Fee” button and choose the offline payment option.
The State Bank Multi Option Payment System (MOPS) page will be displayed.
Select “SBI Branch” for making payment via cash.
A challan will be generated and it’s the print-out taken to the SBI branch for making cash payment.
After paying the fees, login again and download the “JEE Advanced Registration Form” with Unique Registration Number.
Payment for Dubai Exam Centre
Candidates willing to select Dubai as the exam city have to pay the registration fee of as per the fee mentioned above in the table via International Debit/ Credit Card issued by foreign banks and issued outside India. It should be noted that payment in USD is not permitted via Debit/ Credit Cards issued in India. After successful payment, applicants can print the “Registration Form” with Unique Registration Number.
Printing the JEE Advanced Registration Page
Candidates must preserve the registration details page till the JEE Advanced 2017 admissions are completed. Only candidates who complete their registration and application formalities with the fee payment can download their hall ticket.
IIT Madras will conduct the national level engineering entrance exam on May 21 from 9 AM to 12 noon (paper1) and 2 PM to 5 PM (paper 2). Admit Card of JEE Advanced 2017 will be available for downloading from May 5 (10 AM) to May 21 (9 AM).
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