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JEE Advanced 2020 - IIT Delhi will be conducting JEE Advanced 2020 on May 17 as a Computer Based Test, according to reports. It has also been reported that a new centre will be open in San Francisco for interested students and the board has also decided that 250,000 JEE Main qualified candidates will be eligible to appear for JEE Advanced 2020. Joint Entrance Examination (Advanced) is the exam conducted for admission in IITs. Candidates at first have to qualify JEE Mains to become eligible for appearing in the JEE Advanced. The application form of JEE Advanced will be released tentatively in the first week of May after the declaration of JEE Main result. Students need to fill the application form and pay fees within specified dates after which they will be issued the admit card for appearing in JEE Advanced 2020. The exam consists of two papers, Paper 1 and Paper 2 both objective in nature. Students have to appear in both Paper 1 and Paper 2 and score minimum cutoff marks in order to qualify the JEE Advanced 2020. The result of JEE Advanced 2020 will be released in June. Students who qualify JEE Advanced will be admitted in IITs through JoSAA counselling based on their ranks. Students can find below more information regarding the JEE Advanced 2020.Latest: JEE Advanced 2020 to be held on May 17
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JEE Advanced exam is conducted for admission in IITs
Only those students who qualify JEE Mains becomes eligible to appear in JEE Advanced
JEE Advanced consists of two papers, Paper I and II, both objective in nature carrying 54 questions each
JEE Advanced is conducted in online mode as Computer Based Test
Students have to secure the minimum cutoff marks, as decided by the authority to qualify JEE Advanced
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What's New in JEE Advanced 2020?
JEE Advanced Important Dates 2020
Release of Application Form
First week of May, 2020
Admit Card availability
Second week of May, 2020
JEE Advanced 2020 exam
May 17, 2020
Answer Key and Response sheets
Last week of May, 2020
Declaration of Result
June first week, 2020
June last week, 2020
JEE Advanced Previous Year Statistics
Students who wish to appear for the JEE Advanced 2020 must ensure that they fulfill all the eligibility criteria as mandated by the Joint Admission Board (JAB). The following are the eligibility criteria which candidates should meet
Criteria 1 - Qualifying JEE Main : Candidates should have appeared and qualified the JEE Main 2020 exam. Additionally, Candidates must have secured the minimum cutoff mark for appearing in JEE Advanced and must be in list of top 250,000 candidates.
The qualifying cutoff in JEE Main 2019 for appearing in Advanced is given below
Cutoff NTA Score (Percentile)
Common Rank List
Gen - EWS
Other Backward Classes (OBC-NCL)
For categorising the top 250,000 candidates, 4% Gen-EWS, 27% OBC-NCL, 15% SC, 7.5% ST and 46.5% open seats with additional 5% horizontal reservation for PwD are considered in the order of merit.
Number of Top Candidates
Criteria 2 - Age Limit : As per the recent ruling from the Supreme Court of India, age limit for appearing in JEE Advanced has been temporarily lifted till further notice. Candidates can appear in JEE Advanced 2020 irrespective of their age
Criteria 3 - Number of Attempts : Candidates can appear for JEE Advanced for a maximum of two attempts in two consecutive years.
Criteria 4 - Class 12 Exam : Candidates should have appeared in Class 12 either in 2019 or 2020
Criteria 5 - Earlier Admissions in IITs : Candidates appearing in JEE Advanced must not have admitted in any IITs irrespective of that they have continued or left the program or accepted the seat by reporting to IIT.
The application form of JEE Advanced will be released in online mode tentatively in the first week of May. Students who will qualify JEE Main 2020 and fulfil all other eligibility criteria criteria as mentioned will be allowed to fill the application form. The following steps are involved in filling the application form,
Step 1 - Registration : Students have to register online at JEE Advanced portal using their JEE Main Application Number and Password. After login, additional information and details have to be submitted.
Step 2 - Uploading Documents : Students have to upload marksheets of class 10 and 12 and category certificate if applicable and other required documents.
Step 3 - Payment of Application Fees : Students need to pay the application fee after uploading photograph and signature.
Registration Fee for exam centres in India
Indian National including (PIO and OCI)
Female Candidates (all categories)
All other Candidates
Candidates from SAARC countries
Candidates from Non-SAARC countries
Registration Fee for exam centers outside India
All Indian Nationals
Candidates from SAARC
Candidates from Non-SAARC
Step 4 - Printing of Confirmation Page : Students have to submit the application form after payment of application fees. Students must carefully verify all the details furnished by them before finally submitting the application form. After submitting, take a coloured print of the application form and keep it save for all future reference till the admission process is complete. Students need not send the hard copy of application form to JEE Advanced office.
The JEE Advanced exam centres are the venues where the exam will be conducted. Exam will be held in multiple cities in a single day. Students will have to select six exam cities from a Zone of their choice and exam city will be allotted based on choices filled. Students must note that no request for change in exam centre will be entertained in any condition. A new centre in San Francisco will also be introduced by the authorities.
IIT Bombay Zone
Goa, Gujarat, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Ethiopia (Outside India)
IIT Delhi Zone
Delhi-NCR, Jammu and Kashmir, Rajasthan, Nepal (Outside India)
IIT Guwahati Zone
Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, West Bengal, Sikkim, Tripura, Singapore (Outside India)
IIT Kanpur Zone
Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh
IIT Kharagpur Zone
Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Odisha, West Bengal, Bangladesh (Outside India)
IIT Madras Zone
Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Kerala, Puducherry, Tamil Nadu, United Arab Emirates (Outside India)
IIT Roorkee Zone
Chandigarh, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Sri Lanka (Outside India)
Candidates can find below the exam pattern of JEE Advanced 2020. Aspirants will understand the types of questions which are asked in the exam, marking scheme and much more with JEE Advanced exam pattern.
Type of Questions
One or more option
Single digit integer
Single correct answer
Number of Questions
4 Full mark for correct answer
3 Full mark for correct answer
1 for marking an answer corresponding to each correct option but no incorrect answer is marked
No partial mark
No Partial mark
If not answered
-2 in all other cases
No negative mark
-1 in all other cases
No negative Mark
Students are advised to carefully understand and analyze the syllabus of JEE Advanced 2020 before they start preparing for the exam. Each topic in every subject should be properly studied to score good marks in exam. Since questions in JEE Advanced are mostly analytical and conceptual, focus must be on studying the topics thoroughly.
Matrices, Algebra, Probability, Trigonometry, Analytical Geometry, Differential Calculus, Integral Calculus, Vectors
Physical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry
Modern Physics, Optics, Electricity and Magnetism, Thermal Physics, Mechanics, General Physics
For Complete Syllabus of Physics - Click HereFor Complete Syllabus of Chemistry - Click HereFor Complete Syllabus of Mathematics - Click Here
Candidates who are preparing for the JEE Advanced must follow the below mentioned points to prepare and score well in exam
Students at first should clearly analyze the syllabus and point out the topics as per their level of understanding and difficulty.
Students must refer to the previous year papers to get an idea about the type of questions which have been asked in the previous years, the difficulty level of exam and exam pattern.
Students then must make an overall plan for their preparation. An ideal plan should have time devoted to study of all three subjects on daily basis apart from the school hours.
Candidates must select the books and other study material like practise sets, sample papers which they would be studying during their preparation. A good book can help to crack the exam efficiently, so study material should be purchased accordingly.
Aspirants must focus on thorough understanding of concepts and must try to make strong understanding of all the topics.
Students must practise analytical and conceptual thinking, solve numerical questions of moderate to high difficulty level.
Candidates should regularly revise all the topics which have been studied on a daily basis
Candidates should give proper time for relaxation and must not become anxious or despair during preparation time.
Students must take help from JEE Advanced Toppers and Preparation Tips from Experts to get help in preparation.
Students can find below some of the important books which could be helpful for the preparation. Other than this, students must study NCERT extensively and must practise mock tests and sample papers
Concepts in Physics, Part I and II (H.C. Verma)Fundamentals of Physics (Halliday, Resnick & Walker)Problems in General Physics ( I.E. Irodov)Advance Physics (Nelkon and Parker)
Organic Chemistry (Arihant Prakashan)Physical Chemistry (O.P. Tandon)Inorganic Chemistry (O.P. Tandon)
Maths XI and XII (RD Sharma and NCERT)
Integral and Differential Calculus (Arihant Prakashan)A problem book in Mathematical Analysis (G.N. Berman)
Sample papers are a must for every student who is preparing for JEE Advanced 2020. The sample papers of JEE Advanced help candidates in understanding their preparation level, help understand their strong and weak areas and keep track of their preparation. Solving the sample papers of JEE Advanced will help students to score good marks in exam. Students are also advised to refer the previous year papers along with the sample papers to prepare well for the exam.
Students must practise JEE Advanced mock test for effective preparation of their exam. Solving the mock test of JEE Advanced will help candidates understand the overall difficulty level of exam, types of questions which are asked in the exam, difficulty level of questions and topics which are most frequently asked. Mock test are the replica of real exam and so, solving the papers will also help students prepare for the exam in real time manner. The mock tests of JEE Advanced are provided by the conducting institute and the link for the same will be provided here once it is available.
The admit card of JEE Advanced 2020 will be released in online mode tentatively in the second week of May. Students will have to login to their candidate portal using their application number and password to download their admit card. Students must note that the authorities will not send admit cards to candidates. Candidates must check and verify all the details mentioned on their admit card. The admit card will mention details like name, photograph, signature and other personal details of candidate, Application number, exam centre name and address, date and timing of exam. Students must check all details and if any discrepancy is found, they should immediately contact the Chairman of JEE (Advanced) in respective Zonal IIT for rectification of errors.
Steps to Download JEE Advanced Admit Card
Open the portal of JEE Advanced 2020
Click on the Admit Card link
Login using application number and password
Admit card will be displayed on screen
Check all details and download the admit card
Take a good quality colored print of the admit card
The answer key of JEE Advanced 2020 will be released in online mode after the conclusion of the exam. The students response sheets will also be released along with the answer key. Students have to download their response sheets and answer key to verify the answers with the help of answers released by the authority. In case of any objection, student will also be allowed to raise their query against after which the final answer key and the result will be released.
Students can predict their rank with the help of this specially designed JEE Advanced 2020 Rank Predictor. Students can use this tool to predict their rank on the basis of their score calculated using the answer key. Students have to furnish details like their score and category which this JEE Advanced Rank Predictor analyses to come up with the most appropriate rank based on furnished details.
The result of JEE Advanced 2020 will be released tentatively in the first week of June in online mode. Students will be required to login using their application number and password to check their result. The JEE Advanced 2020 result will be available in the form of score card mentioning the marks secured by candidates in each subject in both the papers, rank of candidate in Common Rank List and All India Rank.
Students can check their result with the help of following steps
Click on the result link
Result will be displayed on screen
Download the score card and take a print of it
Students can find their JEE Advanced 2020 rank in the result card. The authorities prepare rank on the basis of marks secured by candidates in both Paper I and Paper II. The authorities releases a Common Rank List of all the qualified candidates and category specific ranks are mentioned in the rank card of candidates. The rank list of JEE Advanced is used in counselling and seat allotment of candidates for admission in IITs and other participating institutes.
The JEE Advanced college predictor is a tool developed by Careers360 to help candidates predict the college they might get admission on the basis of their rank and score. Students can use this tool to get an idea about their admission chances in various participating institutes. The JEE Advanced 2020 College Predictor requires candidates score, category and rank in Common Rank List to predict the best appropriate college for them.
The cutoff of JEE Advanced is the minimum score which a candidate has to score for qualifying exam. The JEE Advanced 2020 cutoff will be different for various categories and is formulated on the basis of criteria prescribed by the conducting authority. Students who score marks equal to or more than the JEE Advanced cutoff 2020 will be placed in the Common Rank List. The admission cutoff is the cutoff rank opening and closing ranks upto which an institute allows admission which is released after the counselling process.
Students can find below the JEE Advanced 2020 Cutoff
Minimum Percentage of Marks in Each Subject
Minimum Percentage of Aggregate Marks
Common rank list (CRL)
GEN-EWS rank list
OBC-NCL rank list
SC rank list
Common-PwD rank list (CRL)
OBC-NCL-PwD rank list
SC-PwD rank list
ST-PwD rank list
Preparatory course rank lists
The counselling of JEE Advanced 2020 will be conducted by Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA). Students who will qualify JEE Advanced 2020 will be required to register for the JoSAA 2020 to participate in the seat allotment process. The JEE Advanced 2020 counselling includes steps like registration and filling of choices. Seats are allotted through centralised counselling and seat allotment in seven rounds.
The seat allotment process for JEE Advanced 2020 will be done through a centralised counselling conducted by JoSAA. There will be some seven rounds of seat allotment for all the participating institutes. Seats are allotted in the order of merit on the basis of choices filled by candidates, rank of candidates and various reservation criteria followed by the Joint Admission Committee of JoSAA.
Certain number of seats are reserved in each institute for candidates belonging to reserved category as per the reservation criteria mandated by the Government of India. The number of seats reserved is given below
4% for 2019-20 session
Two seats in each institute
The institutes which offer admission on the basis of Common Rank List of Joint Entrance Examination (Advanced) are called participating institutes of JEE Advanced 2020. There are a total of 23 Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and 5 IISER, IISc Bangalore, IIST Thiruvananthapuram, RGIPT Rae Bareli and IIPE Visakhapatnam. Admission in all the participating institutes will be through JoSAA 2020 counselling on the basis of candidates score in JEE Advanced.
The following are the list of courses available in IITs and various other participating institutes. The courses available may vary with each institute and students must visit the page of respective institute for list of available courses.
Dual Degree B.Tech- M.Tech
Dual Degree B.S. - M.S.
Yes. You are eligible for appearing in JEE (Advanced) 2020, provided you also satisfy all other eligibility criteria.
No. Only the candidates who qualify JEE (Advanced)-2020 are eligible for AAT 2020. There is no relation between JEE (Main) Paper II and AAT.
Yes. Candidates who had taken admission in NITs in 2019 are also eligible for appearing in JEE (Advanced)-2020, provided they satisfy all other eligibility criteria.
No. You are not eligible to write JEE (Advanced)-2020.
In case of any problem in downloading of the admit card, the candidate should immediately contact the Chairman, JEE (Advanced)-2019 of their respective zonal coordinating IIT.
Yes, both PAPER-1 and PAPER-2 are compulsory. If a candidate is absent in any of the papers, then the candidate will be considered as absent in JEE (Advanced)-2019.
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Hello Aadhar Mehta
You will be eligible for JEE 2020 if your number of attempts have not crossed 3. If this year you gave JEE for 3rd time then you can give JEE exam next year. You can give JEE Main for 3 years while JEE Advanced for 2 years only. There is no age limit.
Now regarding the refund, you may not get a refund as you were allotted NIT and IIT in the 6th and 7th round. Refund is given ony if you were not alloted any college.
Hope it helps you.
You will be eligible for JEE 2020 if your number of attempts have not crossed above 3. If this year you gave JEE for 3rd time then you can give JEE exam next year.
NTA has given the limit to the number of attempts but there is no age limit. So prepare accordingly.
If you got IIT or NIT in the end rounds then you should have taken admission. This mistake will again cause you a one year loss. if possible contact to the IIT or NIT admission authority if there is any possibilities to take an admission.
You may not receive the payment as you have opted for IIT and NIT in 7th and 6th counselling rounds respectively. You get refund only when you are not allotted with any college by the end of counselling process.
For more confirmation you can put a mail to Jossa and ask regarding the same.
Hope it helps!
The cutoff list which was published for JEE Mains 2019 had the cutoff marks for SC as 54.019 and the minimum marks to qualify for IIT in CS branch means a minimum marks of 70 after which you can score a rank of around 17000 which will land you for an IIT in CS branch in 2-3 colleges.
For getting seat in IITs under PWD General category ,you have to score 1.5 times of PWD cuttoff.This is quite easy job as Cuttoff for PWD cuttoff goes very low each year..You need to score around 70-80 score in jee advance to get seat in IIT
I hope this helps..
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