JEE Advanced is the IIT Joint Entrance Examination. This is the second stage of Joint Entrance Examination after the CBSE JEE Main.Admission in Bachelor’s, Integrated Master’s and Dual Degree programs in the IITs and Indian School of Mines is offered through the IIT JEE Advanced. Many other top colleges also give admission on basis of JEE Advances All India Rank (AIR).
JEE Advanced Eligibility
- JEE Main Qualified – A canditate needs to qualify in JEE (Main) conducted by CBSE usually in the month of April.
- Board Percentile or 75% rule – A candidate should be within category-wise top 20 percentile in respective board; or should have secured 75% (for Gen / OBC) or 70% (for SC / ST / PwD) of aggregate marks in class 12 board exam. Last two years cut off for top 20 percentile has been officially published by IITs.
- Age limit: Candidate must be born on or after October 1, 1991. Age relaxation of five years is applicable for SC, ST, PwD candidates.
- Number of attempts: A candidate can attempt the IIT JEE for maximum two times, that too as consecutive year attempts.