JEE Advanced 2013 Seat Allotment
JEE Advanced 2013 Seat Allotment have been announced for the Third and Final Round on July 13, 2013. The Seat Allotment for JEE Advanced 2013 details the modalities of the seat allotment process of the JEE Advanced 2013 for admissions to the engineering courses at the 16 IITs and ISM Dhanbad. Seat allotment is strictly on the basis of the All India Rank obtained by the student in the JEE Advanced entrance exam.Students can check the total seats available for each IIT below as per official records.
The JEE Advanced 2013 Third and Final Round Seat Allocation Results have been announced. Check Below for the details
JEE Advanced 2013 Seat Allotment:
The Seat Allotment for JEE Advanced 2013 is on the basis of the All India rank (AIR) obtained by the candidate in addition to the course preference through the online registrations for counselling.
Seat allocation will be done during the three rounds of counselling for JEE Advanced 2013.
At the end of every round of counselling, candidates are advised to check out the course allotted as the allotment can change depending upon the vacancies due to withdrawals .
The seat allotted at the end of the third counselling round will be the final and binding one.
JEE Advanced 2013 First Round Seat Allocation Results: The Seat Allocation for the First Round was announced on July 3, 2013. Click here for more details
JEE Advanced 2013 Second Round Seat Allocation Results: The Seat Allocation for the Second round was announced on July 10, 2013. Click here for further Details
JEE Advanced 2013 Third & Final Seat Allocation Results: The Seat Allocation for the Third Round was announced on July 13, 2013. Click here for details.
Total No. of Seats Available at the IITs:
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Questions related to JEE Advanced
I am doing BSc chemistry with iit jee. Is it necessary that I should refer the video lectures for my jee preparation???
Hello Aspirant ,
You are doing BSc.chemistry , So your touch in the subjects are lost .And examination tips and tricks are well explained in Vedio lectures.
And the paper pattern is updated .
So vedio lectures are helpfull for you.
Or you are fully confident on you skills and you are daily visiter of the official site.
You don't need that vedio lectures.
I hope this information will help you.
THANK YOU and GOOD LUCK.
Should i drop one year in class 12 for better preparation for iit jee in 2020
Without first testing the knowledge you have gained and whether it is enough or you need more practise, it is not advisable to drop a year. You need to first appear for JEE Advanced check the result and see if yu can get a seat allotted. And then based on the results and score, you need to evaluate your options. If you are so close by to the seat or the marks that are required for a seat in IIT, may be then you can consider dropping a year but again even that is not advisable because you lose focus and the passions with which you have started when the exams are almost a year away. So first appear for JEE Mains, check the eligibility of qualifying for JEE Advanced and then give the exam. That way you know where you are good at but where you need to improve. With a proper analysis and understanding of your current knowledge base, you can take a call whether you should join a long term coaching class or prepare at home. This is important because a year in the long run will cost you dearly and you cannot take a decision without first evaluating everything.
What is the mark required in each subject ( both papers seperate) in JEE ADVANCED to get tips IITs?
What is the definition of top rank for you! Is it 2 digit rank or is it 3 digit rank? Nevertheless, it will be any of these. In order to secure these top ranks you will need to perform extremely well in the paper.
In order to be in the rank list you have to qualify the cutoff for each subject in both papers. Wait!! Only this is not enough for you. To get rank below 1000 you will have to get more than 200 marks. Below is the past year Analysis of rank va marks:
Below 10. 310
around 500. 220
around 700. 210
Below 1000. 200
For other details check out the link below: https://www.google.com/amp/s/engineering.careers360.com/articles/jee-advanced-cutoff/amp
Wish you all the best.
Can I get a decent branch in top IITs by thorough studying of high weightage topics .. Does solving previous yr questions help in JEE advanced
See, solving previous year question papers of any exam helps in understanding the question types and trends and solving them will help in understanding the approach of solving those critical questions. Solving lot of previous year question paper will help you to feel confident and comfortable when you will sit in the real examination.As far as topics are concerned then yes giving more time on chapters that carry more weightage is smart move but neglecting other will be a huge mistake.In JEE advance examination,you will have to compete with one of the best candidates and if you leave any topic then you are giving others a chance to beat you and remember seats are not limited so you cant leave any stone unturned.So, cover all the topics thoroughly if you really want to get into IITs.
Remember, there is no shortcut to success.
I hope this helps.
after getting a vit seat can i write jee advanced exam and go to any iit or nit college
Hi Kasi Vishwanath,
On account of Covid19 pendemic both JEE advanced and VITEEE got delayed. JEE advanced is yet delayed but VIT has announced VITEEE rank list based on class 12 score of students.
If you have performed well then you will get seat in VIT and you have got one indeed. Even if you have accepted the seat you are free to write JEE Advanced and join IIT( you may join NIT based on JEE Main). You will have to leave VIT.
Hope you understand.