The deadline for applications is May 7. Starting on May 29, you can download the admit card.
The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced 2023 registration process was launched on Sunday at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Guwahati. Candidates who have passed JEE Mains and meet all other requirements may register for the exam at jeeadv.ac.in.
The application deadline is May 7. Beginning on May 29, the admit card will be available for download. On June 4, two shifts of the JEE (Advanced) 2023 Examination will be held.
SC, ST, PwD, and female candidates (all categories) Rs 1,450 for registration and 2,900 rupees for all other candidates The candidate must meet these requirements in order to be qualified to apply for JEE Advance.
Criteria 1: JEE Main 2023 Performance
In the B.E. or B.Tech. paper of the JEE Main 2023 exam, the candidates must rank among the top 2,50,000 successful candidates (across all categories).
The percentages of the different candidate categories to be shortlisted are as follows: 10% for GEN-EWS, 27% for OBC-NCL, 15% for SC, 7.5% for ST, and the remaining 40.5% is open to everyone. A 5% horizontal reservation is available for candidates who are PwD within each of these five categories.
Criteria 2: Maximum Age
Candidates must have been born on or after October 1, 1998. Candidates who identify as SC, ST, or PwD are given a five-year age reduction; consequently, these candidates must have been born on or after October 1, 1993.
Criteria 3: Number Of Attempts
A candidate may attempt JEE (Advanced) no more than twice in each of the two succeeding years.
Criteria 4: Attendance At The Class 12th Exam
A candidate must have taken Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics as required subjects when taking the Class XII (or equivalent) exam for the first time in 2022 or 2023. Regardless of the combination of subjects attempted or offered, candidates who had taken their Class XII (or equivalent) exam for the first time in 2021 or earlier are NOT eligible to take the JEE (Advanced) in 2023.
It should be noted that appearing in Class XII (or equivalent) examination simply means that the Board in question announced the results for that year, whether or not an exam was held. Even if the outcome of a particular candidate was kept secret, it would still be regarded as an appearance.
However, candidates from that Board who took their Class XII (or equivalent) examination in 2021 are also eligible to take the JEE (Advanced) in 2023, provided they meet all other eligibility requirements, if the examination board for Class XII (or equivalent) declared the results for the academic year 2020–21 on or after October 25, 2021.
The candidate will not be qualified to take the JEE (Advanced) in 2023 if the Class XII examination board (or equivalent) released the results for the academic year 2020–21 before October 25, 2021, but the result of a particular candidate was withheld.
Criteria 5: IIT Admission Earlier
Regardless of whether the applicant continued in the programme or accepted an IIT seat by reporting “online” or at a “reporting centre” in the past, the applicant should NOT have been admitted to an IIT. Candidates who joined an IIT after having their admission to an IIT revoked (for whatever reason) are also ineligible to take the JEE (Advanced) in 2023.
Candidates who were first-time admitted to a preparatory course at any of the IITs in 2022 may sit for the JEE (Advanced) exam in 2023. The applicants who received IIT seat allocations through JoSAA 2022 but not at any “reporting centre” OR did not report “online.”
Before the final round of seat distribution, OR, if they had their seat cancelled (for whatever reason) prior to the final round of IIT seat allocation, they may still participate in JEE (Advanced) 2023.