Upload the Class XII marks statement.
Yes. The candidates who appeared in Class XII examination in 2017 do not have to upload any document with respect to Class XII Examination.
Yes. JEE (Advanced) 2017 offers question papers in two languages: English and Hindi. Candidates have to choose the language option during the JEE (Advanced) 2017 registration. / हाँ, आप हिंदी या अंग्रेजी भाषा के प्रश्न पत्र का चुनाव जे ई ई (ऐ डी वी २०१७) के पंजीकरण के समय क्र सकते हैं ।
Candidates will get only one question paper – either English question paper or Hindi question paper but not both. / आवेदक को सिर्फ एक प्रश्न पत्र मिलेगा – हिंदी में या अंग्रेजी में।
No. You will get the question papers in only one language (English or Hindi). / नहीं, आपको प्रश्न पत्र सिर्फ एक ही भाषा में मिलेगा – हिंदी में या अंग्रेजी में।
Yes, it is compulsory. If a candidate is absent in one of the papers, then the candidate will be considered as absent from the examination.
Your login is your JEE (Main) roll number. The password is same as that used for JEE(MAIN).
Yes. PIO and OCI card holders are eligible. Please refer to the relevant section of Information Brochure for more information.
Yes, you need to have at least one valid mobile number in the application form.
You can give up to two mobile numbers.
In the Step 2, you upload your certificates.
In step 3, you are required to pay the fee.
The registration fee payment is through net banking, debit cards and SBI challan only. No credit card payment is permitted.
The confirmation from the banks comes only once in a day! So earlier submission of your application is recommended.
If you complete your step 2 by 2nd May 2017, then you can pay the normal fee. But if you complete the step 2 on 3rd or 4th May, then you have to pay an additional amount of Rs. 500.
No. Category declared during JEE (Main) 2017 registration cannot be changed.
No. Only the candidates who qualify in JEE (Advanced) 2017 are eligible for AAT 2017. There is no relation between JEE (Main) Paper II and AAT
If your parents’ income falls under NON-CREAMY LAYER (NCL) of the other backwards classes (OBC), then you are eligible for the OBC (NCL) quota. If you do not fall under NCL, then do not tick the OBC(NCL) button.
No. A valid OBC-NCL certificate as per the prescribed format issued on or after 1st April-2017 should be uploaded for getting the benefits of OBC-NCL category.
No. The certificate should be in the format specified by the central government as per the prescribed format and the caste should be in the central list of OBCs.
If you are not able to obtain the OBC (NCL) certificate in the month of April 2017, you can upload a self-declaration saying that you will do so by 5th of June 2017 (that is, after about one more month).
Yes, you can register by declaring that you do not belong to OBC(NCL) provided if your JEE (Main) 2017 score is above the general category cut-off. If your JEE (Main) 2017 score is below the general category cut-off you are not eligible for JEE (Advanced) 2017
No, since your declared result is also based on the category. Therefore, if you do not submit the certificate by 5th June 2017, your result will be based on general category.
If you have accepted seat in IITs then you are NOT eligible for JEE (Advanced) 2017.
Yes. You are eligible for JEE (Advanced) 2017 subject to fulfilling other eligibility criteria.
Yes. The candidates who have taken admissions in NITs in 2016 are also eligible for appearing in JEE (Advanced) 2017, if they satisfy all other eligibility criteria given in the information brochure.
As per rules on date, you can appear in 2017 and 2018, but not in 2019.
Not all defense service personnel’ children are eligible for DS category seats. DS category seats are earmarked for children of defense/paramilitary personnel killed or permanently disabled in action during war or peacetime operations
No. Since the bubbling on ORS is done using only black ball point pen, candidates cannot modify the answers once bubbled.
Try to reach your examination center well in advance. It is best to familiarize yourself with the venue a day before to avoid the unnecessary stress on the day of the exam.
You will be considered absent from the examination and will be disqualified to receive the result. It is compulsory for you to appear in both the papers.
Yes, an important part of the pre-exam procedure is taking a fingerprint of your index finger. Remember the same fingerprint is used when you come for the seat acceptance after qualifying in the examination.
This is best done if your hands are clean and you have not used any oil/ cream.
Do not wear unnecessary things such as rings, chains, bangles, ear-rings or a modern watch. A simple analogue watch is permitted so that you can have the estimate of time.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released a mock test for JEE 2017 aspirants. The computer-based mock test is available on the official JEE Main website.
The total duration of the test is 180 minutes. The website will display an automatic countdown timer on the screen, which will help the candidates ascertain the remaining time available to answer the questions. At the end of 180 minutes, answers will be automatically recorded on the website, so candidates need not click the submit button.
Candidates aren’t required to solve questions chronologically; and can return to the questions which they left unanswered. They will be allowed to change answers before finishing the exam. The website has provided an option to candidates to view all questions at one go.
There will be only one correct answer to each question. The process of scoring will be the same as in the JEE Main online examination scheduled on April 8 and 9, 2017. Every correct answer carries four marks, and an incorrect response costs one-fourth mark. If no answer is given, no marks will be deducted.
The mock test can be viewed in English as well as in Hindi. It is divided into three sections: Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, having 30 questions each. Meanwhile, aspirants must note that the question paper displayed on the official JEE Main portal is for practice only, and it should not be mistaken as a sample paper.
Here is the link to the official JEE Main 2017 mock test-
ABOUT PERCENTILE CALCULATION OF MARKS OF CLASS 12TH/QUALIFYING EXAMINATION
- The percentage of marks and percentile are totally different entities hence the candidates should not confuse with both the above terms
- Percentage is a number out of 100.
- Percentile Score of a candidate in a Board will reflect how many Candidates have scored below that candidate in his/her Board Examination.
A Percentile score is the value below which a certain percent of observations fall. For example, the 40th Percentile is the value or score below which 40 Percent of the observations may be found.
The Percentile of a Candidate will be calculated as
100 X Number of candidates in the ‘group’ with aggregate marks less than the candidate Total number of the candidates in the ’group’
Example: Suppose in a particular Board:
No of Candidates Registered =13918 and No of Candidates Appeared = 13711
- A Candidate who has scored 50% marks in the Board and 2218 candidates have scored below him; his Percentile score will be calculated as follows
|Percentile score for 50% marks in the Board =||2218 x 100||= 16.18|
- A Candidate who has scored 60% marks in the Board and 6865 candidates have scored below him; his Percentile score will be calculated as follow
|Percentile score for 60% marks in the Board =||6865 x 100||= 50.07|
- A Candidate who has scored 90% marks in the Board and 13615 candidates have scored below him; his Percentile score will be calculated as follows
|Percentile score for 90% marks in the Board =||13615 x 100= 99.30|
With these examples, it is clear that percentage of marks obtained by a candidate (50%, 60% or 90%) is different from the percentile score (16.18, 50.07 or 99.30).
- The five subjects will be taken into account for calculation of percentile of qualifying examination marks for paper 1(B.E./B. Tech.) and paper 2 (B. Arch./B. Planning)of JEE (Main) which are
1- Language, 2. Physics, 3. Mathematics, 4- Any one of (Chemistry, Biology, Biotechnology, Technical Vocational Subject), 5- Any other subject.
Note: If a candidate has appeared in six subjects in the qualifying examination, the subject (fifth or sixth) with better marks will be considered.
- For calculation of the total marks for five subjects, if the marks awarded in a subject is NOT out of 100, then the marks will be scaled (up or down) to 100 so that the total aggregate marks is out of 500.
- For candidates who appeared in the Class XII (or equivalent) Board examination in 2016 but reappeared in 2017, the best of the two performances will be considered
- If a Board awards only letter grades without providing an equivalent percentage of marks on the grade sheet, the candidate should obtain a certificate from the Board specifying the equivalent marks and submit it at the time of acceptance of the allocated seat. In case such a certificate is not provided, the decision taken by the CSAB/JoSAA will be final.
If a Board gives aggregate marks considering both Class XI and Class XII examinations (in the 10+2 system), then only Class XII marks will be considered. Similarly, for Boards which follow a semester system, the marks scored in the final two semesters will be considered
- If a Board does not give marks scored in individual subjects but gives only the aggregate marks, then the aggregate marks given by the Board will be considered as such.
- The category-wise cut-off marks for the top 20 percentile are calculated based on the marks scored by all the “successful” candidates in their respective boards in the particular year
- The cut-off marks for PwD candidates will be the same as the lowest of the cut-off marks for GEN, OBC-NCL, SC and ST categories.
- It is reiterated that top 20 percentile cut-off for the academic year 2017 will be considered for the candidates who pass the Class XII (or equivalent) examination in 2017.
- Similarly, top 20 percentile cut-off for the academic year 2016 will be considered for the candidates who pass the Class XII (or equivalent) examination in 2016.
- If a candidate passes Class XII in 2016 but writes one or a few subjects in 2017 for improvement or any other reason, then top 20 percentile cut-off for 2016 will be considered. However, if a candidate writes all the subjects in 2017, then the best of the two performances will be considered
- In case a Board does not provide information about the cut-off for the top 20 percentile, the candidate will have to produce a certificate from the respective Board stating that he/she falls within the top 20 percentile of successful candidates. If the candidate fails to do so, then the cut-off marks for the CBSE will be used.
- If a candidate passes Class XII (or equivalent) in 2016, but writes any of the required subjects (mentioned above) in 2017 for improvement or any other reason, then the aggregate percentage will be calculated by considering the maximum marks obtained in the required subjects.
- For JEE (Advanced) 2017: Please visit JEE (Advanced) website http://www.jeeadv.ac.in for JEE (Advanced) 2017 criteria.
- One of the top ten scorers in JEE (Advanced) in 2013, Aditi Laddha has landed the most sought after job with Uber international.
- Laddha is the only girl from the institute to land a US job, probably among the other IITs too.
MUMBAI: Aditi Laddha from Ratlam in MP became a household name back in 2013, when she cleared her JEE (Advanced) with an all-India rank (AIR) of six. Along with another girl, she broke into the male-dominated top 10 ranks of the most competitive entrance exam for undergraduate admissions in the country for the first time. Three years later, Laddha, who choose to study at IIT-Bombay, has landed the top offer during the campus placements.
VIBRANT student: Aditi laddha (ALL INDIA GIRLS TOPPER JEE-2013)
Roll NO: 44268
Laddha was offered the job by Uber International which made the highest offer to students across some of the IITs during this year’s placements that commenced on December 1. She is the only girl from the institute to land a US job, probably among the other IITs too.
In the current final-year batch of BTech in the computer science and engineering department of 90-odd students in computer science and engineering (CSE), only about four or five are girls. Most of the girls have been doing well in studies, said a professor.
Laddha has been a role model for the girls who joined IIT-B after her too, he added. Laddha and Pranjal Khare, who secured an AIR of 10 in 2013 in JEE-Advanced, were picked by Uber.
Among other girls from the class who got good placements this year were Palak Jain (AIR 3 in JEE-Main 2013) and Charmi Dedhia (Mumbai topper, JEE-Advanced 2013). Both were hired by Google for their India office, but the former got placed through the pre-placement route.
In 2014, Deepali Adlakha and Aastha Agrawal were among the five students who were hired by social networking site Facebook that offered the top package then.
With most software giants queuing up to hire students from the CSE department, about 52 had a job by the end of day I, taking into account their pre-placement offers too. Among these, only about seven got placed in US firms.
Only a fraction of students from the class manage to get the crore-plus offers every year. Students also argue that the actual package is only little more than the best domestic offer as the cost of living is higher in the US. With restricted work visas, fewer US firms are visiting IITs for the last two years.
Interestingly, P Sai Sandeep Reddy, who had topped the country in 2013, has opted out of the placement process and intends to pursue research in computer science, said one of his classmates. Some of the other toppers got pre-placement offers from Samsung Korea.
JEE-MAIN 2017 online application process have been started kindly follows the steps below for more details
Candidate can apply for JEE(Main) – 2017 ‘ON-LINE’ only through official website of JEE(Main) (www.jeemain.nic.in).
Please ensure that you are filling genuine Application Form available online at JEE (Main) website (www.jeemain.nic.in).
Please ensure your eligibility as per the criteria laid down for JEE (Main), JEE (Advanced) and participating State Institutions (as applicable).
Fill the Online Application Form, choose your Password and note down system generated Application Number.
The candidate should supply all the details while filling the Online Application Form and also required to choose PASSWORD and Security Question and enter his/her Answer. After successful submission of the data, Application number will be generated and it will be used to complete the remaining Steps of the Application Form and also required for all future correspondence. For subsequent logins, candidate will be able to login directly with his/her respective system generated Application Number and chosen Password.
Upload Scanned Images of Photograph and Signature :
- The scanned images of photograph and Signature should be in jpg/jpeg format only.
- Size of the photo image must be greater than 4 kb and less than 40 kb.
- Size of the signature image must be greater than 1 kb and less than 30 kb.
- Dimension of photograph image should be 3.5 cm(width) x 4.5 cm(Height) only.
Dimension of signature image should be 3.5 cm(length) x 1.5 cm(Height) only.
Pay Examination Fee by debit/credit card or e-Challan of Syndicate/Canara/ICICI/HDFC Bank :
- Payment by Debit/Credit Card: The candidate has to select Debit/Credit Card option to pay the application fee and follow the online instruction to complete the payment of fee. After successful payment, candidate will be able to print the acknowledgment Page. In case the acknowledgment page is not generated after payment of fee then the transaction is cancelled and amount will be refunded to the candidate account with in a week and however the candidate has to make another transaction till the Acknowledgment Page is not generated
Payment by Bank e-challan: The candidate has to select bank (Syndicate/Canara/ICICI/HDFC) to deposit the application fee through e-Challan mode. As soon as he/she selects, an e-Challan will be generated containing specific details of the candidate along with amount to be paid. The candidate has to take a printout of the same and take it to the nearest branch of the selected bank for making payment. After the confirmation of fee
Important Instruction about PASSWORD
- During online form filling, candidate will be required to choose PASSWORD and Security Question and its Answer. Candidate is advised to record/remember their password for all future logins.
- The Password must be as per the following Password policy.
- Password must be 8 to 13 character long.
- Password must have at least one Upper case alphabet.
- Password must have at least one Lower case alphabet.
- Password must have at least one numeric value.
- Password must have at least one special characters eg.!@#$%^&*-
- For subsequent logins, candidate will be able to login directly with their respective system generated Application Number and the chosen Password.
- Candidate is advised not to disclose or share their password with anybody. Neither CBSE nor NIC will be responsible for violation or misuse of the password of a candidate.
- Candidate can change his/her passwords after login, if desired.
- Candidate should remember to log out at the end of their session so that the particulars of the candidate cannot be tampered or modified by unauthorized persons.
- How to reset your Password : The following options are available to reset Password
- Using Security Question & its Answer you chosen during Form filling .
- Using a verification code sent via text message (SMS) to your Registered Mobile No.
Using a reset link sent via Email to your Registered Email address.
|All correspondence related to JEE (Main) – 2017 should be addressed to the Executive Director, JEE (Main), Central Board of Secondary Education(CBSE), Plot No. 149, Block – H,Sector – 63, Noida – 201309, Distt- Gautam Budh Nagar (U.P.).|
NEW DELHI: State-run companies will be among the first at the Indian Institutes of Technology this placement season, which may help them pick the cream of talent at the nation’s top engineering colleges.
In the past, salary packages were the prime parameter for slot allotment for campus recruitment, which meant public sector units were pushed towards the end of the season as the pay they offer wasn’t among the best.
IITs have made a decision this time to let PSUs have access to their top talent by allotting them early slots. Though the entry-level salaries in PSUs for such recruits typically range from Rs 9 lakh to Rs 15 lakh a year — much less than what multinationals and new-age companies offer — many students are also now eager to work in these staterun core engineering firms, said an IIT-Bombay student
Oil & Natural Gas Corp has a Day 1 slot at IIT-Roorkee this time while at other IITs, including Bombay, Delhi, Guwahati, Varanasi (BHU) and Kharagpur, most PSUs are coming in the first two weeks of the placement season that starts in December. Previously, they were the backbenchers, landing on campuses only in January or February, by when most of the students with high grades would be gone.
“All IITs have taken a stand on PSUs, that they should get the top engineering talent. PSUs are also a favourite among students as they look forward to work in core companies,” said Anil Kumar Agarwal, professor in charge of placement at IIT-BHU.
The idea is to send the cream from IITs to serve the nation,” explained a faculty in charge of placement at one of the oldest IITs in the country, who did not wish to reveal his name.
Previously, only one or two PSUs would make a visit to an IIT. But this year, they are not only visiting early, but are also coming in large numbers.
This may also be a respite for students at a time when startups and ecommerce majors are mostly missing from the placements scene. Last year, these new-age companies were among the major recruiters at the IITs, and some of them had to face flak for delaying the joining of students they recruited. Most IITs are anticipating a twoto three-fold jump in the number of PSUs visiting this time.
IIT-Bombay is expecting seven PSUs to visit the campus this season, compared with just three last year. The new companies coming this year include Coal India, Indian Oil, Bharat Petroleum, ONGC and Bharat Electronics. “We are expecting at least 40 offers this season compared to 15 last year,” said a person part of the IIT-Bombay placement team.
At IIT-Guwahati, among the state-run companies visiting after a gap of few years include Indian Oil, Coal India, NBCC and Bharat Electronics.
Last year, we had 40 offers from PSUs and this year we expect the offers from PSUs to go beyond 100,” said the official in charge of placement at IIT-Guwahati who did not wish to disclose his name. “There is a lot of excitement among students this year as the representation of PSUs in the placement is getting better with the ban lifted last year,” he said.
The Madras High Court had barred PSUs from participating in campus recruitments (including the IITs) in 2014 following a public interest litigation. “This is the first time that so many PSUs are coming and that also so early,” said a professor at IIT-Kharagpur, who is part of the placement cell.
In all, more than a dozen PSUs are visiting the campus this year, of which the new ones include Coal India, HPCL, ONGC, BPCL and Indian Oil.
Most IITs had initially invited around 100 PSUs each with directors and faculty members reaching out to them to ensure they attend.