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Decoding Toughest Exam of India: Last Minute Tips To Ace JEE Advanced 2020

Last updated on September 23rd, 2020


While the country is fighting the world’s biggest pandemic ever i.e. COVID-19, undergraduate students in India are fighting for their careers. Around 1.6 lakh students have registered for IITs entrance exam i.e. JEE Advanced 2020. But only about 11,000 will finally get a seat in the top IITs of India.

Latest: JEE Advanced Admit Cards Out. Download Hall Ticket Here

To assist the aspiring students during these last few days of JEE Advanced preparation, here are some highly recommended tips to ace in the IITs entrance. JEE Advanced is considered one of the world’s most difficult exams. The questions are so tricky that few often have more than 1 answer. So given below are some tips to boost your abilities.

JEE Advanced 2020: Tips For Last 4 Days

  • Most of the questions in JEE Advanced are numerical. Almost 60% of the questions have mathematical approaches. Permutations and combinations, Probability, and Calculus are some important topics suggested by IIT alumni.
  • The exam is 3-hour long. So one should practise mock tests in such a way that 75% of the question paper is completed as quickly as possible. This will save time for tougher questions at the end.
  • Practice mock tests and old question papers thoroughly. These will help you understand the pattern and improve your analytical approach towards solving highly complex problems in JEE Advanced 2020. Check JEE Advanced 2019 Paper Analysis
  • Do not get baited by some Youtube video showing how to crack the cut off marks of IIT-JEE Advanced. The strategy that you have followed since the beginning is the best way to approach the exam. Aim for the best, not the cut-off.
  • Eat and sleep properly, especially one day before the exam. Take some time off studies to ensure you do not get too nervous. Practice important questions, but the ones which are easier to build confidence.
  • Do not start anything new right now. It will only confuse you more, or maybe add to your nervousness. Work on your strong topics with the help of NCERT or other JEE Advanced refreshers.

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JEE Advanced has been scheduled for 27th September 2020 which is 4 days away now. There will be two papers in two shifts, and JEE Advanced Result will be announced including scores of both papers.

Kerala HC Orders Central Government to Assist Travel of Indian Students in Middle East for JEE Advanced 2020

Last updated on September 10th, 2020

Order of Kerela HC Assist Travel of Indian Students in Middle East for JEE Advanced 2020 

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, foreign travel, visa issuance and other activities have been restricted. A few days ago, IIT Delhi decided not to conduct JEE Advanced 2020 in foreign exam centres amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Indian students staying abroad have to select the exam cities in India to take JEE Advanced 2020.

But, any flights from foreign countries are completely banned as of now. The only few flights running are through Vande Bharat Mission by the Ministry of External Affairs, which only caters to the Indian citizens. This created a huge problem for students who are not able to travel to India.

A section of students filed a petition with Kerala High Court. Advocate Haris Beeran of the Supreme Court of India, who spoke on behalf of the students, argued that foreign centres allotted for JEE Advanced 2020 have been cancelled. Parents and students are forced to travel back to India.

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NTA and Joint Admission Board informed the Kerala HC that they will not be able to conduct the exams due to the inability of exam officials to travel amid COVID-19 pandemic. On the basis of these arguments, Justice PV Asha of Kerala HC ordered the central government to assist the students in Middle East countries to travel in India, so that they can attend the JEE Advanced 2020 exam.

Kerala HC also said that it expects the state governments to exclude these students and their parents from 14-days mandatory quarantine as even though they are travelling from a foreign country, but need to attend the exam centre. Moreover, few students also have to attend the BITSAT exam, conducted by BITS Pilani, scheduled a few days after JEE Advanced 2020.

JEE Advanced 2020 is scheduled for 27th September 2020 with full COVID-19 Safety Protocols to be strictly enforced at all exam centres. Meanwhile, NTA recently conducted JEE Main 2020 between 1st to 6th September and has also released the JEE Main Answer Keys for all the papers.

IIT Delhi Increases JEE Advanced 2020 Exam Centers, 46 New Centres Added

Last updated on August 28th, 2020

The dates for JEE Main and JEE Advanced are approaching closer. JEE Advanced 2020 is just a month away now and IIT Delhi has recently released a revised information brochure for JEE Advanced. Considering the COVID-19 pandemic, IIT Delhi has increased the number of JEE Advanced 2020 Exam Centres. 46 new exam centres have been added while 5 centres have been removed – 1 Indian and 4 Foreign centres.

JEE Advanced 2020 is scheduled for 27th September 2020, as per the revised schedule released recently. The registrations will begin from 11th September 2020 which is also set as the tentative date for JEE Main 2020 Results.

New Exam Centres

After adding 46 new centres and removing the 5 centres, the total exam cities have increased from 171 to 212. Given below is the complete details on new additions as per IIT Zones.

IIT Zones States Newly Added JEE Advanced Centres Removed Exam Centres
IIT Bombay Gujarat Anand, Mehsana, Vapi Bhuj (Gujarat)
Karnataka Davangere, Tumkur, Udupi/Manipal
Maharashtra Ahmednagar, Chandrapur, Palghar, Raigarh, Sangli, Satara, Solapur, Virar
IIT Delhi Jammu and Kashmir Srinagar
Rajasthan Kota, Sri Ganganagar
IIT Guwahati No Changes
IIT Kanpur Madhya Pradesh Sagar, Satna Dubai (UAE)
Uttar Pradesh Faizabad
IIT Kharagpur Andhra Pradesh Srikakulam Dhaka (Bangladesh)
Jharkhand Hazaribagh
IIT Madras Andhra Pradesh Amalapuram, Chittoor, Gudlavalleru, Guntur, Kanchikacherla, Kavali, Machilipatnam, Markapur, Mylavaram, Narasaraopet, Puttur, Surampalem, Tiruvuru Singapore
Telangana Adilabad, Jangaon, Medak, Nalgonda, Palvoncha, Sathupally, Siddipet, Suryapet
IIT Roorkee Haryana Jind, Panipat, Sonipat Kathmandu (Nepal)

As per the revised schedule, candidates would be able to download JEE Advanced 2020 Admit Cards from 21st September to 27the September 2020.

Previously, to ease the admissions for IITs, JAB also removed the minimum aggregate criterion from JEE Advanced 2020 Eligibility. It is yet to see how the exam will be conducted with limited exam centres as candidates mostly have to travel to metro cities to take JEE Advanced.

JEE Advanced 2021 Exam Centres: Complete Zone-wise List

Last updated on September 9th, 2021

IIT Kharagpur has released the updated JEE Advanced information brochure on June 25th. A list of the JEE Advanced 2021 exam centres is also released in the brochure. JEE Advanced 2021 will bot be conducted in any country other than India. International canidates can take the exam in Indian centres at their own expenses.

Latest Updates

  • 17 August 2021: JEE Advanced 2021 Exam Schedule Released. Check Here
  • 30 July 2021: JEE Advanced 2021 official brochure released on July 27.
  • 27 July 2021: JEE Advanced 2021 is schedule to be conducted on 3 October.

During JEE Advanced 2021 Registration, candidates must choose 6 exam centres from a zone of the choice.

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JEE Advanced 2021 Exam Zones


JEE Advanced Exam Centres: 46 New Centres Added

IIT Zone States Newly Added JEE Advanced Centres
IIT Bombay Gujarat Anand, Mehsana, Vapi
Karnataka Davangere, Tumkur, Udupi/Manipal
Maharashtra Ahmednagar, Palghar, Raigarh, Sangli, Chandrapur, Satara, Virar, Solapur
IIT Delhi Jammu and Kashmir Srinagar
Rajasthan Kota, Sri Ganganagar
IIT Guwahati No Changes
IIT Kanpur Madhya Pradesh Sagar, Satna
Uttar Pradesh Faizabad
IIT Kharagpur Andhra Pradesh Srikakulam
Jharkhand Hazaribagh
IIT Madras Andhra Pradesh Amalapuram, Kavali, Machilipatnam,Chittoor, Gudlavalleru, Mylavaram, Narasaraopet, Guntur, Kanchikacherla, Markapur, Puttur, Surampalem, Tiruvuru
Telangana Adilabad, Jangaon, Palvoncha, Sathupally, Medak, Nalgonda, Siddipet, Suryapet
IIT Roorkee Haryana Jind, Sonipat, Panipat

COVID-19 Safety Protocols at Exam Centres

Considering the current situation created by the ongoing pandemic, exam authority will be implementing proper social distancing measures at the exam centre. Candidates must follow all the guidelines mentioned in the JEE Advanced 2021 admit card. They will be required to wear a mask at all times. Candidates are required to carry the following items with them:

  • Hard copy of Admit Card with signed Self Declaration (Undertaking)
  • Valid ID Proof
  • Transparent Ball Point Pen
  • Passport sized photograph to be pasted on attendance sheet
  • Hand sanitizer with transparent bottle of 50 ml
  • Transparent water bottle


Preparations at Exam Centres

  • SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) will be followed by all staff at exam centres.
  • The exam halls will be sanitized thoroughly before each shift. The seating area, computers, mouse, keyboards, door handles, staircases will be properly sanitized.
  • The seating arrangement will have a gap between 2 seats at all times.
  • Hand sanitizers will be provided at entry and inside exam halls as well.
  • Frisking will be done through a Handheld Metal Detector (HHMD) without touching the body.


List of JEE Advanced 2021 Exam Centres (Updated)

Number of Exam Centers

Below-mentioned is the list of JEE Advanced exam centres that will help the candidates in knowing their nearest centre.

JEE Advanced Exam Centres – IIT Bombay Zone

Candidates can check the table mentioned below to know the complete JEE Advanced 2021 exam centres in the Bombay zone:-

City Exam Centre code
Panaji 101
Ahmedabad 102
Anand 103
Bhavnagar 104
Gandhinagar 105
Bhuj 106
Mehsana 107
Rajkot 108
Surat 109
Vadodara 110
Valsad 111
Bagalkot 112
Belagavi (Belgaum) 113
Bengaluru 114
Davanagere 115
Dharwad 116
Kalaburagi (Gulbarga) 117
Hubballi (Hubali) 118
Mangaluru(Mangalore) 119
Mysuru (Mysore) 120
Shivamogga (Shimoga) 121
Tumakuru (Tumkur) 122
Udupi/Manipal 123
Ahmednagar 124
Akola 125
Amravati 126
Aurangabad 127
Chandrapur 128
Dhule 129
Jalgaon 130
Kolhapur 131
Mumbai 132
Nagpur 133
Nanded 134
Nashik 135
Navi Mumbai 136
Pune 137
Sangli 138
Sangamner 139
Satara 140
Solapur 141
Thane 142
Vasai 143


JEE Advanced Exam Centres – IIT Delhi Zone

Candidates can check the complete list of JEE Advanced 2021 exam centres in Delhi zone and their code:-

City Exam Centre Code
Delhi (East) 201
Delhi (North) 202
Delhi (South) 203
Delhi (West) 204
Faridabad 205
Greater Noida 206
Gurugram 207
Noida 208
Jammu & Kashmir
Jammu 209
Srinagar 210
Ajmer 211
Alwar 212
Bikaner 213
Jaipur 214
Jodhpur 215
Kota 216
Sikar 217
Sri Ganganagar 218
Udaipur 219

JEE Advanced Exam Centres – IIT Guwahati Zone

Candidates can check the complete list of JEE Advanced 2021 exam centres in Guwahati zone and their code:-

City Exam Centre Code
Arunachal Pradesh
Naharlagun 301
Dibrugarh 302
Guwahati 303
Jorhat 304
Silchar 305
Tezpur 306
Arrah 307
Aurangabad 308
Bhagalpur 309
Bihar Sharif 310
Chhapra 311
Darbhanga 312
Gaya 313
Muzaffarpur 314
Patna 315
Purnea 316
Samastipur 317
Imphal 318
Shillong 319
Aizawl 320
Dimapur 321
Gangtok 322
Agartala 323
West Bengal
Siliguri 324


JEE Advanced Exam Centres – IIT Kanpur Zone

Candidates can check the complete list of JEE Advanced 2021 exam centres in Kanpur zone and their code:-

City Exam Centre Code
Madhya Pradesh
Bhopal 401
Indore 402
Jabalpur 403
Sagar 404
Satna 405
Ujjain 406
Uttar Pradesh
Gorakhpur 407
Jhansi 408
Kanpur 409
Lucknow 410
Prayagraj (Allahabad) 411
Varanasi 412

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JEE Advanced Exam Centres – IIT Kharagpur Zone

Candidates can check the complete list of JEE Advanced 2021 exam centres in Kharagpur zone and their code:-

City Exam Centre Code
Andaman & Nicobar Islands
Port Blair 501
Andhra Pradesh
Visakhapatnam 502
Vizianagaram 503
Vizianagaram 504
Bhilai 505
Bilaspur 506
Raipur 507
Bokaro 508
Dhanbad 509
Hazaribagh 510
Jamshedpur 511
Ranchi 512
Balasore 513
Berhampur (Ganjam) 514
Bhubaneswar 515
Cuttack 516
Jeypore 517
Rourkela 518
Sambalpur 519
West Bengal
Asansol 520
Baharampur (Murshidabad) 521
Burdwan 522
Durgapur 523
Kalyani (Nadia) 524
Kharagpur 525
Kolkata (North) 526
Kolkata (South) 527


JEE Advanced Exam Centres – IIT Roorkee Zone

Candidates can check the complete list of IIT-JEE 2021 exam centres of Roorkee zone and their code:-

City Exam Centre Code
Chandigarh 701
Ambala 702
Hisar 703
Jind 704
Karnal 705
Kurukshetra 706
Panipat 707
Sonipat 708
Yamunanagar 709
Himachal Pradesh
Hamirpur 710
Kangra 711
Shimla 712
Madhya Pradesh
Gwalior 713
Amritsar 714
Bathinda 715
Jalendra 716
Ludhiana 717
Mohali 718
Patiala 719
Dehradun 720
Haldwani 721
Haridwar 722
Roorkee 723
Uttar Pradesh
Agra 724
Aligarh 725
Bareilly 726
Ghaziabad 727
Mathura 728
Meerut 729
Moradabad 730
Muzaffarnagar 731

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JEE Advanced Exam Centres – IIT Hyderabad Zone

Candidates can check the complete list of IIT-JEE 2021 Exam Centres of Hyderabad zone and their code:-

City Exam Centre Code
Andhra Pradesh
Amalapuram 601
Ananthapur 602
Bhimavaram 603
Chirala 604
Chittoor 605
Eluru 606
Gudlavalleru 607
Gudur 608
Guntur 609
Kadapa 610
Kakinada 611
Kanchikacharla 612
Kavali 613
Kurnool 614
Machilipatnam 615
Markapur 616
Mylavaram 617
Narasaraopet 618
Nellore 619
Ongole 620
Puttur 621
Rajahmundry 622
Surampalem 623
Tadepalligudem 624
Tirupathi 625
Tiruvuru 626
Vijayawada 627
Alappuzha 628
Kannur 629
Kasaragod 630
Kochi 631
Kollam 632
Kottayam 633
Kozhikode 634
Malappuram 635
Palakkad 636
Thiruvananthapuram 637
Thrissur 638
Puducherry 639
Chennai 640
Coimbatore 641
Madurai 642
Salem 643
Tiruchirapalli 644
Tirunelveli 645
Vellore 646
Adilabad 647
Hyderabad 648
Jangaon 649
Karimnagar 650
Khammam 651
Kodad 652
Mahabubnagar 653
Medak 654
Nalgonda 655
Nizamabad 656
Palvoncha 657
Sathupally 658
Siddipet 659
Suryapet 660
Warangal 661

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Reporting Guidelines at Exam Centres

  • Candidates must bring the JEE Advanced 2021 Admit Card at the time of verification at the exam centre.
  • Further, candidates are permitted to carry a ballpoint pen, pencil, eraser, and original photo identity card to the exam centres.
  • Also, candidates must report to the exam centre well before the commencement of the exam and get the biometric verification done. The exam centres shall open at 7:00 IST.
  • The exam will begin at 09:00 AM in the forenoon session and 2:00 PM in the afternoon session. The candidates are NOT allowed to enter the exam centre after the commencement of the exam in both the sessions.
  • No candidate will be permitted to leave the exam centre before completing the examination.
  • Any kind of electronic gadget including mobile phones, Bluetooth devices, earphones, microphones, health bands or any other thing like pencil box, pouch, calculator, pen drives, electronic pen, wallet, handbag, etc will be strictly banned inside the exam centres.


Important Information about JEE Advanced 2021

  • JEE Advanced 2021 will be a computer-based exam.
  • Students must select 8 exam centres from an IIT zone while filling the JEE Advanced Application Form.
  • Candidates who will be taking the exam in the 2021 session will not be allowed to make any kind of changes in the exam centres. And their request for the same will not be considered under any circumstances.
  • Zonal coordinating IITs will look for the arrangements, through the Presiding Officer (PO) of the Examination Centre, to offer a panel of scribes.
  • The candidates are suggested to report to the allotted exam centre well in advance so that last-minute hassles can be avoided.
  • JEE Advanced 2021 Result Date will be announced by IIT Kharagpur soon.

Note: The candidates are advised to fill out the application form by mentioning the correct personal, academic and contact information in addition to their preferred exam centres.

JEE Advanced Exam Centres FAQs

Ques. Who will conduct JEE Advanced 2021?

Last updated on December 22nd, 2020

Ans. In 2021, IIT Kharagpur, under the guidance of JAB, will conduct JEE Advanced.

Ques. Can a candidate leave the exam center between the JEE Advanced exam?

Last updated on April 28th, 2020

Ans. No, a candidate will not be permitted to leave the exam center.

Ques: Can I get my exam centre changed after the release of admit cards?

Last updated on August 3rd, 2021

Ans: No changes will be allowed in the exam centre after the release of admit cards.