CBSE has revealed JEE Main syllabus, though most of the syllabus is same as it was earlier in AIEEE, a new section is included in Physics titled practical component which will test experimental skills of the candidates with questions on observations. This will require candidates to be serious about practical classes in class XII. This will reduce the trend of bunking college to prepare for JEE,” said Praveen Tyagi, managing director of the IITian’s PACE, a coaching class for the JEE.
CBSE will conduct JEE Main for admissions to non-IIT undergraduate engineering institutes, offline mode will be held on April 7 and online mode will be held between 8-25 April. Candidates will be allowed three attempts to clear the JEE (main).
Only the top 150,000 candidates of JEE (main) will be eligible to appear for JEE (advanced). Admission to IITs will be solely based on the merit ranking of JEE (advanced). However, these students must also have been in the top 20 percentile of their respective board exams.
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