Wednesday, 18 June 2014

IIT-JEE Advanced Exam Results 2014 to be Declared on 19-June

The results for the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Exam (IIT-JEE) will be declared on Thursday.

Students can check their results on: Click-Here OR Click-Here

Comparative chart of JEE-Advanced Rankers of Top IIT Coaching Institutes
Top-10 Top-20 Top-100 Total
Resonance Kota - - 7 in Top-100
Classroom: 2556 | DLP: 946
Aakash IIT-JEE 5 in Top-10
- 36 in Top-100 1007
Classroom: 836 | DLP: 171
Bansal Classes - - 4 in Top-100 1057
Allen Kota 3 in Top-10
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Narayana IIT Academy - - - -
Career Point Kota - - 2 in Top-100 573
Sri Chaitanya - - - -
FIITJEE 4 in Top-10 9 in Top-20
36 in Top-100
Classroom: 2521 | DLP: 1058

The exam was conducted on May 25, 2014.

Nearly 1.19 lakh students attended the joint entrance examination to get admission to undergraduate engineering courses at Indian Institutes of Technology (Bhubaneswar, Bombay, Delhi, Gandhinagar, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Indore, Jodhpur, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Madras, Mandi, Patna, Roorkee, Ropar and Varanasi) and ISM Dhanbad.

Once the JEE Advanced results are declared, the candidates shall begin with the online filling of choice for a number of courses.

Sunday, 25 May 2014

IIT JEE-Advanced 2014 Answer Key-Solution-Rank Predictor P1-P2

Dear IIT JEE 2014 Aspirants,

We wish you Best-of-Luck to all IIT JEE 2014 exam participants.

Students can find Paper-2 & Paper-2 JEE-Advanced 2014 Paper Answers-Key, Text-Solution (All codes), Video-Solutions, JEE-Advanced 2014 Rank-Predictor, Rank-Finder, Success-Checker and Marks Calculator.

JEE-Advanced 2014 Cut-Off, Detailed Question-paper Analysis by almost all Top coaching institutes of Engineering like FIITJEE, Resonance-Kota, Allen Institute, Aakash, Career Point Kota, Sri Chaitanya, Narayana IIT Academy and Triumph IIT Academy etc.

JEE (Advanced) 2014 Exam: 25th-May 2014
JEE-Advanced 2014 Answers-Key
[Code:0 to Code-9]
JEE-Advanced 2014 Text-Solutions
[Code:0 to Code-9]
JEE-Advanced 2014 Rank-Predictor
[By Top Institutes]
JEE-Advanced 2014 Video-Solutions
[Code:0 to Code-9]

Note: Please visit this website regularly as it is updated more frequently as the input received by top coaching institutes after JEE-Advanced 2014 exam which is conducted on May 25th, 2014 (Sunday).

Thursday, 22 May 2014

Zero or Even Negative JEE Score Enough for Engg Admission?

NAGPUR: Ever since the Maharashtra government declared that the admissions to first year engineering courses would be conducted through Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) from 2014-15 academic session, there is a lot of confusion among the aspirants on eligibility criteria.

Mumbai-based Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) that conducts the admissions has clarified that even candidates scoring zero or negative marks in JEE would be eligible but they needed to score at least 50% aggregate (45% for reserved category) in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) group in their board exams. Till last year, the admissions were made through MHT-CET and any non-zero score was enough.

New Eligibility Norms for Engineering Admissions:

* Candidates must appear JEE Mains
* Even zero or negative score in JEE would be enough
* JEE Advanced score would not be taken into account
* Should score at least 50% marks in PCM (45% for SC/ST) in board exam
* 50% weightage each for JEE and PCM marks (board) while preparing merit list
* Admission to autonomous colleges also to be made through JEE score
DTE to conduct four rounds and no separate round for autonomous colleges

Source: TOI

Thursday, 8 May 2014

JEE Mains 2014: Andhra Pradesh Retains Top Spot with 22,000 making it to JEE Advanced

Almost 22,000 candidates from Andhra Pradesh have qualified to appear for JEE (Advanced ), scheduled for May 25. The state thus retains the pole position even this year, a daily reports.

The JEE (Mains) topper is also an Andhra Pradesh student. Pramod Vakacharla from Sulurapeta in Nellore district scored 355 out of 360 to bag the top spot.

Uttar Pradesh with its largest population of class XII passouts is the immediate follower with 19,409 making it to the JEE Advanced. Rajasthan, home to the popular IIT coaching hub of Kota, finished at the third with 16,806 students qualifying this year. However, Bihar slipped to fifth position despite 1,210 more students qualifying than last year.

Maharashtra, however, fared remarkably well this year jumping few spots to hold fourth place on the list with an almost 47 per cent increase in successful candidates as compared to the last year.

The top five states - Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra and Bihar - contributed more than 80,000 of the 1.54 lakh students (53.3 per cent) who have qualified for the JEE (Advanced), the entrance test to get admission to the Indian Institutes of Technology.

Gujarat, a state just out of the top five, also showed significant improvement with a 35 per cent rise in the number of students qualifying for the advanced exam.

After Maharashtra, Kerala, among the top 10 states, saw the biggest jump of 46.1 per cent in candidates qualifying for the advanced exam. In absolute numbers, Andhra's 21,818 successful candidates (19.6 per cent rise) towers over Kerala's 6,602.

Delhi's performance remained steady with 7,629 students getting to take a shot at entering the IITs as against 7,478 in 2013.

Registration for JEE Advanced has already started. The cut-off mark for the JEE Main 2014, Paper 1 (for admission to undergraduate IIT courses like BE and BTech) is 115 in the Common Merit List (general) category, compared to 113 last year.

For non-IITs like the National Institutes of Technology (NITs) and Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs), the final admission would be based on a final ranking list based on JEE-Main scores (60 per cent weightage) and Class 12 exam marks (40 per cent weightage), after the board exam marks are normalised to eliminate the variations in marks given by different boards.

Source: IndiaToday

Friday, 2 May 2014

JEE-Main 2014 Result Declared on 2-May Late-night by CBSE

By entering your Roll-number and Date-of-Birth (DOB), students can find their JEE (Main) 2014 Score of Paper-1 at below link:

JEE (Main) 2014 Result Link (Score of Paper-1)

JEE (Main) 2014 Results by Leading Coaching Institutes of India
 No. of Candidates who Scored out of 360 Marks
Coaching Institutes
Aakash IIT-JEE
Classroom: 1
DLP: 7
Classroom: 11
DLP: 10
Allen Institute
Classroom: 9
DLP: -
Resonance Kota
Career Point Kota
Classroom: 10
DLP: 9
Classroom: 54
DLP: 50
Sri Chaitanya
Bansal Classes

JEE (Main) 2014 Cut-Off:

* Common Merit List (CML): Cut-Off Score - 115
* Other Backward Class (OBC-NCL): Cut-Off Score - 74
* Scheduled Caste (SC): Cut-Off Score - 53
* Scheduled Tribe (ST): Cut-Off Score - 47

Note: Please visit this website regularly as it is updated more frequently. The above updated figure is not final and it is updated as the result received.

Friday, 18 April 2014

JEE-Advanced: Online Registration Starting from 4-May 2014

The registrations for Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Advanced, the final exam for admissions to undergraduate courses at the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) will commence on May 4. The candidates who manage to secure the top 1.5 lakh ranks in JEE Mains will be eligible to apply for these exams.

The results for JEE Mains will be declared on May 3 and the registrations for JEE Advanced will begin on May 4. The candidates will be provided with only 5 days to apply as the registrations will end on May 9. The exam is scheduled to be held on May 25. The final result will be declared on June 19. After the announcement of results, online selection of courses will begin, followed by the allocation of seats.

At the time of registration, the candidates are required to submit the scanned copies of date of birth, class X certificate, your signature in JPEG format, passport size photograph in JPEG format, choice of language for question paper, choice of examination city/ town, category/ sub-category certificate if applicable, year of first attempt in JEE (Advanced) if applicable.

The rank scored in JEE Mains 2014 will hold its value for a period of two years. This means that a candidate in the top 1.5 lakh list of JEE (Mains) can give the JEE Advanced either this year or next year, after which the candidate will have to re-appear.

Important Dates of JEE (Advanced) 2014 Exam:

* Online Registration-Opens: May 4
* Online Registration-Ends: May 9
* Last Date of Receipt of Registration Fee Through e-Challan Mode: May 12
* Entrance Exam: May 25
* Exam Result: June 19
* Online IIT/ISM Course Selection-Opens: June 20
* Online IIT/ISM Course Selection-Ends: June 24
* Online Release of First Round of Seat-Allocation: July 1
* Online Release of Second Round of Seat-Allocation: July 7
* Online Release of Third Round of Seat-Allocation: July 12
* Withdrawal of Seat and Refund of Provisional Admission Fee: July 9 to July 11

Source: IndiaToday