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JEE Advanced 2021: Online Registration Starts from September 11, Check Complete Schedule here

Last updated on August 30th, 2021

Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur released the schedule of JEE Advanced exam 2021. The JEE Advanced exam is to be conducted on October 3. JEE Advanced 2021 registration process will start September 11. The candidates can fill their online registration form through jeeadv.ac.in. The last date to register online for this exam is September 16. Before applying for the exam candidates should check the eligibility criteria and all the important details regarding this exam.

JEE Advanced 2021: Important Dates

As per the official notification released by institute, the detailed schedule for JEE Advanced 2021 are as follows:

Events Dates/Schedule
Online registration start date September 11, 2021
Last date of online registration September 16, 2021
Admit card availability September 25, 2021
JEE Advanced 2021 exam date October 3, 2021
Candidate response sheet for JEE Advanced exam 2021 availability October 5 to October 10, 2021
Provisional Answer key availability October 10, 2021
Challenging of answers available on answer sheet October 10 and 11 (up to 5 pm)
JEE Advanced 2021 final answer key release date October 15, 2021
JEE Advanced 2021 result release date October 15, 2021
Online registration for Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT) start date October 15 to 16, 2021
Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT) date October 18, 2021
AAT result release date October 22, 2021

After the release of the result, the online counseling process for admission in IITs, NITs, and other premier engineering institutes starts. The seats are allocated as per the score in JEE Main and Advanced scores.

The JEE Advanced exam 2021 will be conducted in two shifts – morning and afternoon shifts. The time of the morning shift (Paper – I) will be 09 am to 12 pm and for the afternoon shift (Paper-II) the time will be 02:30 pm to 05:30 pm. For more details regarding exam time, the candidates can refer to the official website.

The candidates who want to get admission in premier engineering institutes of India like IITs, NITs, etc. need to crack the JEE Advanced exam with a good score. This is the most popular engineering entrance exam in India. Lakhs of candidates appear for this exam every year but some of them qualify for this.

JEE Advanced Chemistry Syllabus 2021: Weightage, Important Topics, Books

Last updated on August 17th, 2021

JEE Advanced 2021 notification has been released by the IIT Kharagpur on their official website. And along with notifications, important dates and syllabus for the exam also have been declared. JEE Advanced exam pattern changes every year, however, JEE Advanced syllabus remains the same. The syllabus for Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry is available separately in the official brochure of IIT Kharagpur. In this article, we will only talk about the chemistry subject only. JEE Advanced exam is an online examination that consists of two papers named Paper-1 and Paper-2, and both are compulsory to attempt.

JEE Advanced 2021: Highlights 

Event Dates
JEE Advanced 2021 Registration Starts TBA
Deadline for the registration TBA
Release date of an admit card TBA
Date of Examination October 3, 2021
Mode of exam Online i.e Computer-based
Duration of Exam 180 Minutes
Number of papers 2 (Paper-1 and Paper-2)
Language of exam Hindi and English
Result date TBA

JEE Advanced 2021: Detailed Syllabus for Chemistry 

Basically, Chemistry is divided into the 3 categories named organic chemistry, Inorganic chemistry and physical chemistry.

Organic Chemistry Syllabus  

Chapters Topics
Practical of organic chemistry Detection of elements (N elements, S elements and Halogens)Detection and Identification of the groups: Alcoholic, Phenolic, Aldehyde, ketone, amino and nitro chemical methods from binary mixtures
Amino acids and peptides Structure and physical properties
Characteristics reactions Haloarenes: Nucleophilic substitution in calories and substituted heloareans Amines: Basic of substituted anilines and aliphatic amines, nitro compounds, reaction with nitrous acid, azo coupling reaction of diazonium salts of aromatic amines, sendmayer and related reactions of diazonium salts, carbylamine reactionsCarboxylic acids: Reactions of esters, acid chlorides and amides, ester hydrolysisHaloform reaction and grignard additionCannizzaro reactionAldol condensation, perkin reactionsAldehydes and ketones: Oxide reactions, reduction reactions, oxime and hydrazone reactionsEthers: Preparation by william’s synthesisAlkyl halides: rearrangement reactions of alkyl carbocation, nucleophilic substitution reactions, Grignard reactionsAlchoholes: esterification, dehydration and oxidation, reaction with sodium, phosphorus halides, ZnCl2/concentrated HCl, conversion of alcohols into aldehydes and ketones
Reaction of benzene Effects of o-, m- and p- groups in the monosubstituted benzeneElectrophilic substitution reactions like Friedel-Crafts alkylation and acylation, halogenation, nitration, sulphonation,Structure of benzene and automaticity
Reactions of Alkanes Combustion and halogenation of alkanesPhysical properties of alkane like melting point, boiling point and density of alkanes and homologous seriesPreparation of alkanes by Wurtz reaction and decarboxylation reactions.
Use of polymers Natural rubberCelluloseNylonTeflonPVC
Carbohydrates Mono- and di-saccharides (glucose and sucrose)Classification of carbohydratesReduction, Oxidation, glycoside formation and hydrolysis of sucrose
Phenols Reimer-Time reactionKolbe reactionsElectrophilic substitution reactionAcidity
reactions of alkenes and alkynes Reduction of alkenes and alkynes; Preparation of alkynes and alkenes by elimination reactionsElectrophilic addition reactions of alkenes with X2, HOX , HX, and H2O (X=halogen)Addition reactions of alkynes; Metal acetylidesReactions of alkenes with KMnO4 and ozonePhysical properties of alkenes and alkynesAcidityAcid catalysed hydration of alkenes and alkynes
Some Other concepts Sigma and Pi bondsShapes of organic moleculesHybridisation of carbonStructural and geometrical isomerismIUPAC nomenclature of simple organic compoundsOptical isomerism of compounds containing up to two asymmetric centresResonance and hyperconjugationNewman projectionsKeto-enol tautomerismInductive and resonance effects on acidity and basicity of organic acids and basesPolarity and inductive effects in alkyl halidesFormation, structure and stability of carbocations, carbanions and free radicalsReactive intermediates produced during homolytic and heterolytic bond cleavageDetermination of empirical and molecular formulae of simple compounds Hydrogen Bonds

Inorganic Chemistry Syllabus 

Chapters Topics
Isolation and properties of non metals Boron, nitrogen, silicon, phosphorus, oxygen, sulphur and halogensProperties of allotropes of carbon, phosphorus and sulphur
Transition elements nomenclature of mononuclear coordination compounds, cisterns and ionisation isomerism, hybridization and geometries of mononuclear coordination compoundsDefinition, general characteristics, oxidation states and their stabilities, colour, calculation of spin-only magnetic moment
Ores and minerals ores and minerals of iron, tin, copper, lead, aluminium, magnesium, zinc and silver
Principles of qualitative analysis Groups I to VNitrate, halides (excluding fluoride), sulphate and sulphide.
Properties of different compounds Oxides, hydroxides, peroxides, bicarbonates, carbonates, chlorides and sulphates, magnesium, potassium and calciumHalogens: hydrohalic acids, bleaching powder, oxides and oxyacids of chlorine, Xenon fluoridesOxygen: ozone and hydrogen peroxideSulphur: oxides, hydrogen sulphide, sulphurous acid, sulphuric acid and sodiumNitrogen: oxides, oxyacids and ammoniaSilicon: silicones, silicates and silicon carbideBoron: diborane, boric acid and boraxAluminium: alumina, aluminium chloride and alumsOxides and chlorides of tin and leadPotassium permanganate, silver thiosulphate, silver oxide, silver nitrate, potassium dichromateOxides, chlorides and sulphates of Fe2+, Zn2+ and Cu2+
Extractive metallurgy Carbon reduction methodSelf reduction methodCyanide process

Physical Chemistry 

Chapters Topics
State of matters Kinetic theory of gases, average, root mean square and most probable velocities and their relation with temperatureLaw of partial pressuresLaw of vapour pressuresVan der waals equationsDiffusion of gasesIdeal gas equationConcepts of solid and liquid statesDeviation from ideality
Thermodynamics First law of the thermodynamicsInternal energy, work and heat calculationsReaction of heat, fusion and evaporationEntropyFree energySecond law of the thermodynamics
electrochemistry Electrolytic conductance, specific, equivalent and molar conductivity, Kohlrausch’s lawConcentration cellsFaraday’s laws of electrolysisNernst equation and its relation to delta(G)Electrochemical cellsReactions of cells
Solid State close-packed structure of solidspacking in fcc, bcc and hcp latticesIonic compoundsPoint defectsSeven crystal systemsClassification of solidcrystalline state
Surface chemistry Colloids: Types, general properties, and methods of preparationElementary ideas of emulsions, surfactants, and micellesElementary concepts of adsorption
Atomic structure and chemical bonding Bohr model, quantum numbers,, spectrum of hydrogen atomElectronic configurations of elementsPauli’s exclusion principle and Hund’s ruleHydrogen bondVSEPR model and shapes of moleculesOrbital energy diagrams for homonuclear diatomic speciesUncertainty principles
Chemical equilibrium Law of mass actionsPH and buffer solutionsAcids and basesHydrolysis of saltseffect of concentration, temperature and pressure
Kinetics energy Rate constantRates of chemical reactionsFirst order reactionsArrhenius equation
Solutions Raoult’s lawelevation of boiling point and depression of freezing pointMolecular weight determination from lowering of vapour pressure
Nuclear chemistry Isotopes and isobarsCharacteristics of α, β and γ raysfission and fusion reactions
Miscellaneous topics Concept of atoms and moleculesDalton’s theoryChemical formulasChemical equationsOxidation-reduction calculationsDisplacement reactionsMole fractionsMolarityMolalityNormality

JEE Advanced Chemistry Syllabus: Previous Year Weightage

 Paper-1 weightage:

Topic name Weightage (%)
Atomic structure 13-14 %
Aldehyde, Ketone and carboxylic 12 %
Solutions 5-7 %
Hydrocarbon 11-13 %
Chemical Bond 5-6 %
Solid-state 3-4 %
Organic chemistry 10-13 %
Compounds 4-6 %
Electrochemistry 4-5 %
Thermodynamics 6-8 %
P block elements 10-12 %

Paper- 2 Weightage:  

Topic name Weightage (%)
Thermodynamics 3-4 %
Hydrogen 3-4 %
P block elements 20-22 %
Surface chemistry 8-9 %
Electrochemistry 4-6 %
Alchoholes, phenols and ethers 8-10 %
Chemical kinetics 5-6 %
Equilibrium 7-9 %
Solutions 3-4 %
Organic compounds 9-11 %
Haloalkanes and Haloarenes 6-8 %
Hydrocarbons 5-6 %

JEE Advanced Chemistry Syllabus 2021: Important topics

According to the analysis of previous year papers and also after the topic-wise weightage analysis, now we are able to identify some very important topics which were asked most of the time in the previous year papers. So, Here the list is shown below of shortlisted topics whose probability of taking is high in the paper.

  • Hydrocarbon
  • Alcohols
  • Hydrogen and Surface Chemistry
  • P Block elements ( HIghest Weightage )
  •  Phenols and ethers
  • Chemical kinetics
  • Organic chemistry
  • Chemical bonding
  • Aldehydes

JEE Advanced Chemistry Syllabus 2021: Best Reference Books

JEE Advanced Syllabus comprises topics from class 11th and 12th NCERT Books. So, that is a good source for the JEE Advance preparation. However, to score good, you need to do refer more books for practising. Here is a list of some top reference books suggested by the JEE Toppers:-

Author name Book Name
R.K Gupta Arihant Practise book chemistry for the JEE Advanced and Mains exam
O.P.Tandon Physical and organic chemistry
Morrison and Boyyed Organic chemistry
P Bahadur Concepts of physical chemistry

JEE Advanced : Sample Questions of Chemistry

Que.1) A poisonous gas is adsorbed at activated charcoal. The activated charcoal is_____

  1. Absorber
  2. Adsorbate
  3. Adsorbent
  4. Absorbate

Answer: Option ( 3 )

Que.2 ) Which of the following statements given about emulsions is incorrect?

  1. The droplets in emulsions are often negatively charged and can be precipitated by electrolytes.
  2. Emulsion can be diluted with any amount of the dispersed liquid. On the other hand, the dispersion medium when mixed, forms a separate layer.
  3. Emulsions can be broken down into constituent liquids by heating, freezing, centrifuging etc.
  4. Emulsions also show Brownian movement and Tyndall effect.

Answer: Option ( 2 ) 

JEE Advanced Chemistry Syllabus 2021: FAQs

Ques. For which section from the JEE Advanced chemistry syllabus NCERT is enough?

Last updated on August 13th, 2021

Ans. NCERT is enough for basic chemistry, and to have a clear understanding of concepts. But for JEE Advanced NCERT is not enough, one should refer to the other books and solve previous year question papers.

Ques. What are the two most important and difficult chapters in the JEE Advanced chemistry syllabus?

Last updated on August 13th, 2021

Ans. P-Block and Reaction Mechanism are the top difficult and most weightage chapters from chemistry syllabus.

Ques. Are Isotopes and isobars, erythro/threo isomers parts of JEE Advanced 2021 Syllabus?

Last updated on August 13th, 2021

Ans. Yes, As per JEE Advanced 2021 Syllabus these topics are included in syllabus.

Ques. Is Nuclear Chemistry included in JEE Advanced 2021 syllabus?

Last updated on August 13th, 2021

Ans. Yes, Nuclear chemistry is present in JEE Advanced chemistry syllabus.

Best Books for JEE Advanced 2021: Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics Books

Last updated on August 20th, 2021

Along with appropriate study planning, the best books for JEE Advanced preparation are required so that you may obtain the right path for your preparation. We have tried to give you some of the best subject wise books for JEE Advanced 2021 preparation books as well as some books to help you build your fundamental concepts. So, which books are the finest for JEE Advanced? What makes them the best? What role could they play in critical physics, chemistry, and mathematics topics? These are the common concerns that every Advanced aspirant has. Along with the rising level of competitiveness in the exam, a slew of new authors is releasing books.

Factors to Consider When Choosing a JEE Advanced Book

Consider the following factors before selecting the best book for JEE Advanced preparation:

  • Bring a book that covers all of the topics covered in the JEE Advanced Syllabus and is up to date.
  • Always check the book’s publishing firm, as there are many books with the same writers but different publishers, some of which are bogus.
  • Avoid referring to too many books on the same subject because this will cause you to become confused and unable to focus on a particular strategy.
  • You should choose books that provide both solved and unresolved problems in every chapter. In addition, the solution to each question should be included in these JEE Advanced preparation books.
  • The graphics and explanations should be simple. The book should be written in a very plain and easy-to-understand language so that anyone may grasp it.
  • In addition to the themes and questions, the books should include expert advice and reviews on each subject. This will aid a candidate’s understanding of the subject.
  • Consider JEE Advanced books that have answers to prior year’s questions.
  • Spending too much money on each book that we prefer is a waste of money. Attempt to purchase those in which you are lacking.
  • Before we get into the list of the finest books for JEE Advanced preparation, we recommend that you get NCERT books for each topic and tackle each question. This will help you understand the fundamentals. You can progress to higher-level books after NCERT.

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Best Books for JEE Advanced Physics 2021

Concepts of Physics Vol I and II by H.C. Verma Best book for physics, cover almost all topics from JEE Advanced Syllabus
Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnick & Walker Best for practising
Problems in General Physics by I.E. Irodov A clear understanding of physics topics and can be time-consuming.
IIT JEE Physics by D. C. Pandey Best book for conceptual clarity

Best Books for JEE Advanced Chemistry 2021

Physical Chemistry by O.P. Tandon It includes both theoretical and numerical questions
Concise Inorganic Chemistry by J.D. Lee Best book for learning the principles of inorganic chemistry.
Organic Chemistry by O.P. Tandon Multiple Choice Questions, Matching-Type Questions, and Assertion Reason-Type Questions are all included in the new edition.
Advanced Problems in Organic Chemistry by M.S. Chouhan Best book for problem-solving abilities.
Physical Chemistry by P. Bahadur Book for numerical issues
Physical Chemistry by P.W. Atkins Good for practicing
Arihant’s Inorganic Chemistry Another book for practicing
Chemistry XI & XII by NCERT Clear concepts and theories, as well as numerous exercises and practical activities to reinforce them.

Best Books for JEE Advanced Mathematics 2021

Maths XI & XII by R.D. Sharma This book include solved demonstrative examples that aid in better understanding the ideas.
Plane Trigonometry Part 1 by S.L. Loney Best book for Heights, Distances, and Inverse Trigonometric Functions
Plane Coordinate Geometry by S.L. Loney This book is one of the best for Straight Lines and Circles.
Higher Algebra by Hall and Knight Best book for Algebra
Problems in Calculus of One Variable by I.A. Maron Good for Calculus, for both Differential and Integral Calculus.
Differential Calculus by A. Das Gupta Best for Calculus Differential
Advanced Problems in Mathematics for JEE (Main & Advanced) by Vikas Gupta & Pankaj Joshi Best for Problem-Solving

Experts and previous students strongly recommend the JEE Advanced books listed above. These are the greatest books for IIT JEE Advanced preparation, and they can be relied upon if one’s fundamentals are covered. If you are self-studying, these books are recommended for JEE Advanced preparation. Also, keep in mind that you should highlight the most significant questions in each topic so you may refer to them when revising.

JEE Advanced 2021 Preparation Tips

To qualify for the exam, one should follow a strict preparation plan. The bais JEE Advanced preparation plan is mentioned below:-

  • Understand the Syllabus:- One must understand the JEE Advanced Syllabus before making any preparation plan. If you do not know the syllabus, you can’t give your best in the exam.
  • Prepare short notes:- While preparing, make you note down the important formulas, derivations, equations for each subject separately. These short notes will help you during revision. Apart from short notes, make detailed notes. These notes are very helpful for remembering and reading topics from anywhere & anytime.
  • Mock Test:- solving mock tests or previous year papers gives a clear understanding of exam patterns and weightage for every chapter. This will also help to increase your speed and accuracy.
  • Revision:- Students must keep the extra time for revision.

JEE Advanced 2021: FAQs 

Ques. What is the best JEE preparation book?

Last updated on August 13th, 2021

Ans. For JEE preparation, there is no single excellent book. At least three books are required, one each for physics, chemistry, and mathematics. Some of the top books for JEE include H. C. Verma for Physics, Cengage Maths by G. TIWANI for Math, and NCERT + Narendra Awasthi for Chemistry.

Ques. How many books do you need to prepare for JEE?

Last updated on August 13th, 2021

Ans. If you don’t have access to JEE coaching modules, you’ll need one MCQ book for each of Physics, Chemistry, and Math. You can take Organic and Physical Chemistry books separately.

Ques. What is the greatest math book for JEE?

Last updated on August 13th, 2021

Ans. G. TIWANI’s Cengage Maths and A. Das Gupta’s Problems Plus in IIT Mathematics are the best books for JEE Maths.

Ques. What is the best physics book for JEE?

Last updated on August 13th, 2021

Ans. The top physics books for JEE are by H. C. Verma and D. C. Pandey. I. E. Irodov’s Problems in General Physics is a higher-level book that will help you prepare for JEE Advanced.

Ques. What is the best chemistry book for JEE?

Last updated on August 13th, 2021

Ans. Organic Chemistry by Morrison and Boyd is considered a decent book for JEE Chemistry, along with NCERT and Narendra Awasthi for Physical Chemistry.

Ques. Are NCERT books sufficient for JEE Advanced?

Last updated on August 13th, 2021

Ans. No, because JEE Advanced includes conceptual questions, and those topics can’t be learned solely from NCERT.

Ques. What role does the 11th-grade syllabus play in JEE Advanced?

Last updated on August 13th, 2021

Ans. For JEE Advanced, the class 11th syllabus is just as significant as the class 12th syllabus. Because the pattern and exact weightage of class 11th topics in JEE Advanced can’t be predicted because it varies year to year, it’s best to treat them equally important.

JEE Main Exam Dates Update: Review Meeting To Decide The Schedule Of Exam Soon

Last updated on June 4th, 2021

The decision on national level entrance exams like JEE Main 2021 and NEET UG 2021 is expected to come out soon.

The decision of cancellation of Class XII board exams has brought some clarity to the mind of students. The Ministry of Education is likely to take a decision on the conducting of various national level examinations like JEE Main 2021 and NEET UG 2021 after reviewing the current situation. A source also informed that a meeting will be conducted soon to review the status of the two remaining sessions of JEE Main and the upcoming NEET UG exam. The fate of the Central University Common Entrance Test (CUCET) will also be decided once CBSE releases the alternate criteria for evaluation in place of class XII boards.

JEE Main Exam Dates Update
JEE Main Exam Dates Update

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JEE Main and JEE Advanced 2021: Exam Dates

JEE Main was scheduled to be conducted 4 times this year. February and March sessions have already been conducted while the April and May sessions were postponed in view of the spike in COVID-19 cases during the second wave of the pandemic. JEE Advanced, which was earlier scheduled to be conducted on July 3, has also been postponed by the Ministry of Education recently. JEE Main and Advanced are the national level entrance exams conducted for granting admission to premier engineering institutes throughout the country.

Registrations for the April session of JEE Main were completed. However, the exam is still pending. Meanwhile, NTA has not yet commenced registrations for the May session of JEE Main 2021 (which includes B.Tech, B.Arch and B.Planning exams). This is likely going to create panic amid aspirants who are awaiting their chances.

Update on NEET UG 2021

No decision on NEET UG 2021 has been taken as of now. However, NTA has released the new website for NEET UG 2021 and has notified that the registration process for the same will start soon. In early 2021, medical aspirants demanded that NEET UG should also be conducted in multiple sessions similar to JEE Main but NTA denied the request. NTA issued a statement clarifying that NEET UG will only be conducted once a year. As per the last notification, the exam is scheduled to be conducted on August 1, 2021.

The decision to postpone Class XII boards was taken in a high level meeting conducted on Tuesday. The meeting was chaired by the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi and a decision in favour of the students was taken. CBSE will soon release the alternate criteria for assessment. The board will also provide the students who are unsatisfied with the marks provided with an option to appear for board exams once the situation becomes stable.

Education Minister Announces JEE Advanced 2021 For 3rd July, 75% Criteria Removed

Last updated on August 18th, 2021

The Education Minister of India, Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal, has announced that JEE Advanced 2021 will be conducted on 3rd July 2021. In a live session, he announced the dates and also said that with due consideration, the top 20 percentile criteria or 75% eligibility rule for class 12th boards has been waived off this year too.

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He told students that there is enough time for JEE Advanced preparations. As COVID-19 crisis is still ongoing and schools have not re-opened completely, 75% eligibility criteria is being scrapped. IIT Kharagpur will be conducting the exam this year.

Who Can Directly Apply For JEE Advanced 2021?

As per the older rules, candidates who wish to take admissions in NITs or IITs or other JEE Main Participating colleges must have scored 75% or higher in their 12th board exams. This is also called the top 20 percentile criteria.

In addition to this, the students who were unable to attend JEE Advanced previous year (2020) due to COVID-19 restrictions, are directly eligible for JEE Advanced 2021. They will not be required to attempt and qualify JEE Main 2021 again.

When will JEE Advanced 2021 Application Form Open?

With this recent announcement, JEE Advanced official website – jeeadv.ac.in – is now being rebuilt for the 2021 session. The information brochure for JEE Advanced and other exam dates are expected to be available soon.

The registration process will undergo some or other changes as few students might be asked to provide specific reasons over why they were unable to attend JEE Advanced 2020. Consequently, it is possible that the application window for JEE Advanced 2021 might open soon after the JEE Main Results of May session. This would be tentatively around mid-June 2021.

Keep visiting JEEMains.in for latest updates on Joint Entrance Examination.

Why are the IITs Not in Favour of a 3rd Attempt for JEE Advanced? 

Last updated on August 31st, 2021

There are some talks going on for JEE Advanced to be allowed for the 3rd attempt. But, as per sources, Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) are not in favour of the third attempt for students who have exhausted their attempts.3rd Attempt for JEE Advanced

In general, students can take the JEE Advanced 2 times and 3 times for JEE Main exam. But, students have been requesting for a 3rd chance to take the JEE Advanced exam citing the COVID-19 pandemic.

The students have been writing to the IITs and Education Ministry for allowing a 3rd time. But, it seems the top institutes are not in favour of conducting another exam right now. Let’s know the reasons behind it below.

IITs are not in favour of 3rd Attempt for JEE Advanced – Why?JEE Advanced

According to the letters written, the COVD-19 pandemic has caused tremendous stress among the students. Therefore, many of them did not perform as per expectation. Though the Joint Admissions Board, the managing body of the JEE Advanced, decided that students who have missed taking the exam due to COVID-19 or lockdown can be given another chance.

However, the JAB (Consisting of IIT Directors) did not favour another chance for students who have already taken the exam. As per sources, there is a consensus among JAB members not to reconsider this matter.JEE Advanced

JEE AdvancedAt least three JAB sources declared that they have no intention to allow students to take the JEE Advanced exam for the third time. According to them, this action will be unfair towards the fresh candidates attempting the exam in 2021. It may increase competition for them.

In 2020, at least students had an opportunity to take regular coaching classes and go to schools as well until complete lockdown. But, the JEE Advanced 2021 aspirants have to prepare for the exam depending on online platforms from home only.

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What do Facts Suggest?

The IITs have considered all these factors before coming to a consensus on whether to allow aspirants for a 3rd attempt this year. Also, facts say that the % of successful candidates taking JEE Advanced is best during the first attempt.

It is found that 70 – 80 % successful candidates are first-timers, the rest are second timers. Hence, no scope for a 3rd attempt. Hence, IITs are not in favour of the 3rd attempt for JEE Advanced.

Modern B.Tech Courses of Top IITs in AI, Machine Learning, Data Science and More

Last updated on October 27th, 2020

There is good news for all the JEE Advanced aspirants. Several IITs have announced new and modern B.Tech courses in addition to the existing ones. Though the B.Tech Computer Science course remains the most popular course, these new courses introduced by the Indian Institutes of Technology in AI, Data Science, Machine Learning, Mathematical Computing and others are anticipated to get wider popularity among the new undergraduate students.

Let us discuss these modern B.Tech courses being offered by the best IITs.

Modern B.Tech Courses of Top IITs

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IIT Tirupati Cut Off: JEE Advanced Opening and Closing Rank

Last updated on August 23rd, 2021

Indian Institute of Technology Tirupati is an autonomous university established in 2015 which offers many courses in different fields. IIT Tirupati is recognized by UGC, AICTE, and is one of the top colleges for engineering. The candidates must score equal or more than the IIT Tirupati cut off to get a seat at this outstanding institute.

  • Students must clear JEE Advanced to seek admission to a bachelor’s degree which is a national level exam conducted for 3 hours.
  • All the bachelor’s courses are 4-year full-time courses including B.Tech in Computer Science and Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Civil Engineering.
  • IIT Tirupati cut off for JEE Advanced 2021 is yet to be released. The cut off will be released by Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) after the declaration of the JEE Advanced 2021 Result.

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IIT Tirupati Cut Off Ranks Analysis: 2020 vs 2019

IIT Tirupati cut off is the minimum marks that are required by the candidate to seek admission into the courses offered by IIT Tirupati. IIT Tirupati cut off is declared as per the category of the candidates. The cut off list of IIT Tirupati varies from candidate to candidate and their choice of course and the category they belong to.

  • Applicants qualifying the IIT Tirupati cut off will be considered for taking admission into their desired course offered by the institute.
  • The candidates must review the expected IIT Tirupati cut off and there are many factors on which they depend, such as reservation categories, the availability of seats, the number of students applying, and many more.

Below are the closing rank comparison of IIT Tirupati cut off for 2020 vs 2019.

Course Name Closing Rank 2019 Closing Rank 2020
Civil Engineering 11814 13585
Computer Science and Engineering 3551 4117
Electrical Engineering 6966 7289
Mechanical Engineering 9179 8971
Chemical Engineering 11424 13227

IIT Tirupati Cut Off Analysis 2018 vs 2019

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IIT Tirupati Cut Off for B.Tech Specializations 2020

IIT Tirupati cut off for JEE Advanced will be announced after every round of counselling conducted by the Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA). The candidates need to qualify the minimum eligibility criteria to seek admission in the desired course. Given below are the IIT Tirupati opening and closing ranks 2020 for all rounds.

JEE Advanced Cut Off Round 1

Courses General OBC SC ST EWS General PwD OBC PwD
B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering 1817-3491 1112-1414 743-891 499-535 333-464 54-54
B.Tech Electrical Engineering 4615-6539 1804-2801 567-1690 658-853 822-1020
B.Tech Mechanical Engineering 6578-8330 2238-3627 1858-2110 783-894 1185-1461 116P-116P
B.Tech Civil Engineering 6156-10597 3809-4300 2075-2336 716-742 1589-1804
B.Tech Chemical Engineering 9270-10408 3673-4259 2393-2514 76P-101P 1609-1707

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JEE Advanced Cut Off Round 2

Courses General OBC SC ST EWS General PwD OBC PwD
B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering 1817-3491 1112-1633 743-1069 499-535 333-464 54-54
B.Tech Electrical Engineering 4615-6566 2270-2930 567-1742 658-853 822-1043
B.Tech Mechanical Engineering 6578-8575 3026-3803 1858-2248 783-943 1185-1497 116P-116P
B.Tech Civil Engineering 6156-10958 3809-4451 2181-2389 716-801 1804-1852
B.Tech Chemical Engineering 9270-10515 3884-4537 2393-2524 194P-235P 1609-1744

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JEE Advanced Cut Off Round 3

Courses General OBC SC ST EWS General PwD OBC PwD
B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering 1817-3491 1112-1633 743-1069 499-535 333-464 54-54
B.Tech Electrical Engineering 4615-6566 2270-2931 567-1742 658-853 822-1043
B.Tech Mechanical Engineering 6578-8575 3026-3803 1858-2248 783-943 1185-1497 116P-116P
B.Tech Civil Engineering 6156-10958 3809-4472 2181-2389 716-801 1804-1852
B.Tech Chemical Engineering 9270-10554 6583-8033 2393-2524 194P-235P 1609-1744

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JEE Advanced Cut Off Round 4

Courses General OBC SC ST EWS General PwD OBC PwD
B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering 1817-3491 1112-1633 743-1069 499-535 3333-464
B.Tech Electrical Engineering 4615-6566 2270-2931 567-1742 658-853 822-1043
B.Tech Mechanical Engineering 6578-8599 3026-2809 1858-2248 783-943 1185-1497 116P-116P
B.Tech Civil Engineering 6156-10979 4286-4486 2181-2389 716-801 1804-1852
B.Tech Chemical Engineering 9270-10597 3884-4537 2393-2524 194P-235P 1609-1744

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JEE Advanced Cut Off Round 5

Courses General OBC SC ST EWS General PwD OBC PwD
B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering 3960-4695 1112-1633 743-1069 499-5350 333-464 54-5
B.Tech Electrical Engineering 4615-6669 2270-2931 567-1742 658-853 822-1043
B.Tech Mechanical Engineering 7487-8660 3026-3809 1858-2248 783-943 1185-1497 116P-116P
B.Tech Civil Engineering 6156-11019 4286-4486 2218-2393 716-801 1804-1852
B.Tech Chemical Engineering 9270-10597 3884-4537 2478-2584 194P-235P 1609-1744

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JEE Advanced Cut Off Round 6

Courses General OBC SC ST EWS General PwD OBC PwD
B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering 1817-417 1112-1663 743-1081 499-535 433-503 113P-113P 54-54
B.Tech Electrical Engineering 4615-7289 2270-2982 567-1742 658-853 822-1043
B.Tech Mechanical Engineering 7686-8971 3026-3948 1858-2248 783-943 1185-1497 116P-116P
B.Tech Civil Engineering 6156-13585 4362-4726 2218-2393 716-801 1856-2100
B.Tech Chemical Engineering 11170-13227 4180-4761 2514-2796 194P-239P 2067-2120

IIT Tirupati Cut Off for B.Tech Specializations 2019

Tirupati cut off for JEE Advanced 2019 is given below from Round 1 to 7.

JEE Advanced Cut Off Round 1

Male Candidates

Courses General OBC SC ST EWS General PwD OBC PwD
B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering 2741 – 3367 984 – 1279 672 – 1011 376 – 467 321 – 321 18 – 18
B.Tech Electrical Engineering 3574 – 6394 1759 – 2451 1292 – 1591 505 – 708 646 – 646 257 – 257
B.Tech Mechanical Engineering 4873 – 7512 2432 – 3130 1249 – 1656 560 – 730 764 – 764
B.Tech Civil Engineering 8473 – 9336 3060 – 3452 1647 – 1704 649 – 653 957 – 957
B.Tech Chemical Engineering 8615 – 9405 3327 – 3619 2029 – 2064 825 – 890 994 – 994

Female Candidates

Courses General OBC SC ST EWS General PwD OBC PwD
B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering 4586 – 5557 1858 – 2072 1138 – 1138 934 – 934 713 – 713 114 – 114
B.Tech Electrical Engineering 8525 – 9630 4098 – 4425 1639 – 1639 954 – 954
B.Tech Mechanical Engineering 12387 – 13492 4611 – 5279 2198 – 2198 1095 – 1095 1831 – 1831
B.Tech Civil Engineering 12580 – 15193 4069 – 4069 2539 – 2539 1808 – 1808
B.Tech Chemical Engineering 14551 – 15275 5477 – 5477 2737 – 2737 1869 – 1869

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JEE Advanced Cut Off Round 2

Male Candidates

Courses General OBC SC ST EWS General PwD OBC PwD
B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering 2741 – 3367 984 – 1317 672 – 1023 376 – 467 321 – 321 18 – 18
B.Tech Electrical Engineering 3574 – 6628 1759 – 2451 1308 – 1731 505 – 742 659 – 659 257 – 257
B.Tech Mechanical Engineering 5918 – 7962 2432 – 3243 1249 – 1895 560 – 747 776 – 776
B.Tech Civil Engineering 8473 – 9791 3210 – 3652 1704 – 1987 649 – 686 1023 – 1023
B.Tech Chemical Engineering 8775 – 10246 3327 – 3791 2029 – 2100 825 – 890 1041 – 1041

Female Candidates

Courses General OBC SC ST EWS General PwD OBC PwD
B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering 4586 – 5557 1858 – 2072 1138 – 1138 934 – 934 713 – 713 114 – 114
B.Tech Electrical Engineering 8525 – 9630 4098 – 4425 1639 – 1639 954 – 954
B.Tech Mechanical Engineering 12387 – 13492 4611 – 5279 2198 – 2198 1095 – 1095 1831 – 1831
B.Tech Civil Engineering 12580 – 15421 4069 – 4069 2539 – 2539 1808 – 1808
B.Tech Chemical Engineering 14551 – 15275 5737 – 5737 2737 – 2737 1869 – 1869

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JEE Advanced Cut Off Round 3

Male Candidates

Courses General OBC SC ST EWS General PwD OBC PwD
B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering 2741 – 3367 984 – 1317 672 – 1023 376 – 467 321 – 321 18 – 18
B.Tech Electrical Engineering 3574 – 6628 1759 – 2451 1308 – 1746 505 – 742 659 – 659 257 – 257
B.Tech Mechanical Engineering 5918 – 8026 2432 – 3243 1249 – 1895 560 – 747 865 – 865
B.Tech Civil Engineering 8473 – 9791 3210 – 3652 1948 – 1992 649 – 686 1023 – 1023
B.Tech Chemical Engineering 8775 – 10341 3327 – 3806 2029 – 2100 825 – 890 1041 – 1041

Female Candidates

Courses General OBC SC ST EWS General PwD OBC PwD
B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering 4586 – 5557 1858 – 2072 1138 – 1138 934 – 934 713 – 713 114 – 114
B.Tech Electrical Engineering 8525 – 9630 4098 – 4425 1639 – 1639 954 – 954
B.Tech Mechanical Engineering 12387 – 13492 4611 – 5279 2198 – 2198 1095 – 1095 1831 – 1831
B.Tech Civil Engineering 12580 – 15421 4069 – 4069 2539 – 2539 1808 – 1808
B.Tech Chemical Engineering 14551 – 15275 5737 – 5737 2737 – 2737 1869 – 1869

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JEE Advanced Cut Off Round 4

Male Candidates

Courses General OBC SC ST EWS General PwD OBC PwD
B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering 2741 – 3367 984 – 1317 672 – 1023 376 – 467 321 – 321 18 – 18
B.Tech Electrical Engineering 3574 – 6628 1759 – 2451 1308 – 1746 505 – 742 659 – 659 257 – 257
B.Tech Mechanical Engineering 5918 – 8026 2432 – 3243 1249 – 1895 560 – 747 865 – 865
B.Tech Civil Engineering 8473 – 9832 3210 – 3652 1948 – 1992 649 – 686 1023 – 1023
B.Tech Chemical Engineering 8775 – 10341 3327 – 3809 2029 – 2100 825 – 890 1041 – 1041

Female Candidates

Courses General OBC SC ST EWS General PwD OBC PwD
B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering 4586 – 5557 1858 – 2072 1138 – 1138 934 – 934 713 – 713 114 – 114
B.Tech Electrical Engineering 8525 – 9630 4098 – 4425 1639 – 1639 954 – 954
B.Tech Mechanical Engineering 12387 – 13492 4611 – 5279 2198 – 2198 1095 – 1095 1831 – 1831
B.Tech Civil Engineering 12580 – 15421 4069 – 4069 2539 – 2539 1808 – 1808
B.Tech Chemical Engineering 14551 – 15275 5737 – 5737 2737 – 2737 1869 – 1869

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JEE Advanced Cut Off Round 5

Male Candidates

Courses General OBC SC ST EWS General PwD OBC PwD
B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering 2749 – 3468 984 – 1317 672 – 1023 376 – 467 321 – 321 18 – 18
B.Tech Electrical Engineering 3574 – 6628 1759 – 2451 1308 – 1746 505 – 742 659 – 659 257 – 257
B.Tech Mechanical Engineering 5918 – 8026 2432 – 3243 1249 – 1895 560 – 747 865 – 865
B.Tech Civil Engineering 8473 – 9839 3210 – 3652 1948 – 1992 649 – 686 1023 – 1023
B.Tech Chemical Engineering 8775 – 10387 3327 – 3809 2029 – 2100 825 – 890 1065 – 1065

Female Candidates

Courses General OBC SC ST EWS General PwD OBC PwD
B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering 4586 – 5557 1858 – 2072 1138 – 1138 934 – 934 713 – 713 114 – 114
B.Tech Electrical Engineering 8525 – 9630 4098 – 4425 1639 – 1639 1095 – 1095 954 – 954
B.Tech Mechanical Engineering 12387 – 13492 4611 – 5279 2198 – 2198 1831 – 1831
B.Tech Civil Engineering 12580 – 15421 4069 – 4069 2539 – 2539 1808 – 1808
B.Tech Chemical Engineering 14551 – 15275 5737 – 5737 2737 – 2737 1869 – 1869

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JEE Advanced Cut Off Round 6

Male Candidates

Courses General OBC SC ST EWS General PwD OBC PwD
B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering 2749 – 3494 984 – 1317 672 – 1023 376 – 467 321 – 321 18 – 18
B.Tech Electrical Engineering 3574 – 6710 1759 – 2569 1308 – 1746 505 – 742 659 – 659 257 – 257
B.Tech Mechanical Engineering 5918 – 8133 2432 – 3243 1249 – 1895 560 – 747 865 – 865
B.Tech Civil Engineering 8473 – 9895 3210 – 3652 1948 – 1992 649 – 686 1023 – 1023
B.Tech Chemical Engineering 8775 – 10555 3327 – 3828 2029 – 2100 825 – 890 1118 – 1118

Female Candidates

Courses General OBC SC ST EWS General PwD OBC PwD
B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering 4586 – 5557 1858 – 2072 1138 – 1138 934 – 934 713 – 713 114 – 114
B.Tech Electrical Engineering 8525 – 9630 4098 – 4425 1639 – 1639 954 – 954
B.Tech Mechanical Engineering 12387 – 13492 4611 – 5279 2198 – 2198 1095 – 1095 1831 – 1831
B.Tech Civil Engineering 12580 – 15421 4069 – 4069 2539 – 2539 1808 – 1808
B.Tech Chemical Engineering 15187 – 15776 5737 – 5737 2737 – 2737 1869 – 1869

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JEE Advanced Cut Off Round 7

Male Candidates

Courses General OBC SC ST EWS General PwD OBC PwD
B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering 2749 – 3551 984 – 1318 672 – 1023 376 – 467 321 – 321 18 – 18
B.Tech Electrical Engineering 3574 – 6966 1759 – 2569 1308 – 1746 505 – 742 659 – 659 257 – 257
B.Tech Mechanical Engineering 5918 – 9179 2432 – 3243 1249 – 1895 560 – 780 1005 – 1005
B.Tech Civil Engineering 8775 – 11424 3327 – 4048 2043 – 2263 825 – 890 1213 – 1213
B.Tech Chemical Engineering 9406 – 11814 3210 – 3767 1952 – 2029 649 – 686 1254 – 1254

Female Candidates

Courses General OBC SC ST EWS General PwD OBC PwD
B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering 4586 – 5700 1858 – 2072 1138 – 1138 934 – 934 713 – 713 114 – 114
B.Tech Electrical Engineering 8525 – 9630 4098 – 4425 1639 – 1639 954 – 954
B.Tech Mechanical Engineering 12387 – 13492 4611 – 5279 2198 – 2198 1095 – 1095 1831 – 1831
B.Tech Civil Engineering 15187 – 16627 5737 – 5737 2737 – 2737 1869 – 1869
B.Tech Chemical Engineering 12580 – 15421 4069 – 4069 2539 – 2539 1808 – 1808

The candidates have to clear JEE Advanced to seek admission in B.Tech courses. IIT Tirupati offers many scholarship programs for the students, and many facilities like Computer Labs, Central Library, and hostel. The institute gets many top recruiters like Levadata, EXL, Intel, Amazon, Genpact, Zen3, FutureFirst, Honeywell, and many more. It is one of the most reputed engineering and technology institutes in the country.

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IIT Tirupati Cut Off FAQs

Q: What is the IIT Tirupati cut off trend for previous years?

Last updated on October 14th, 2020

IIT Tirupati cut off is generally much higher than other engineering institutes, as it is one of the premium institutions in India. The cut off for male and female categories are different, each of which is further divided into minority category reservations. Generally, the cut off for the female category tends to be lesser than that of male candidates.

Q: Which are the most popular courses at IIT Tirupati?

Last updated on October 14th, 2020

The most popular courses according to cut off trends are Computer Science Engineering and Electrical Engineering. IIT Tirupati cut off for both these courses are high up in the bar because of the reputation it carries. For B.Tech in CSE cut off range falls within 3500 for male candidates and 5700 for female candidates.

Candidates Will Get Another Chance Directly in JEE Advanced 2021 Due To COVID-19

Last updated on October 14th, 2020

Drop-Out Candidates Will Get Another Chance Directly in JEE Advanced 2021It is finally official. Candidates who had registered for JEE Advanced 2020 but were not able to take the exam amid the COVID-19 pandemic, will be offered another opportunity. These candidates can take the exam again in 2021, IITs have agreed. A joint statement by JAB (Joint Admission Board) was issued on 13th October.

“Addressing the concerns of affected candidates, who were unable to attend the JEE Advanced 2020, even though they successfully registered, JAB has decided to let them appear in JEE Advanced 2021, only as a one-time measure,” IIT Delhi said in an urgent meeting held via video conferencing. IIT Delhi has been the organising institute for JEE Advanced this year, while JAB is the apex body for IIT entrance.

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JEE Main Qualification Not Necessary

IIT Delhi also said, “Ensuring equal opportunities to all the candidates, it has also been decided that these candidates will not have to qualify JEE Main again and will be allowed to directly appear in JEE Advanced 2021 on the basis of their previous qualification.”

As per the current JEE Advanced Eligibility Criteria, candidates can take the exam only twice in two successive years. Meanwhile, JEE Main allows three attempts with two sessions each year. Students who qualify JEE Main in their third attempt will be considered ineligible for JEE Advanced, assuming their two attempts are already exhausted.

Age Limit To Be Increased Accordingly

This one-time measure will surely help candidates to get admission in the top engineering colleges of India. IIT Delhi Director has also assured that the 2021 attempt will be allowed with appropriate changes in age limit as well. Currently, the age limit has been dropped from JEE Main Eligibility, but still remains for JEE Advanced.

Candidates who used both their chances and also crossed the age limit, will get relaxation in both these options, for appearing in JEE Advanced 2021.

This year, 2.5 lakh candidates were qualified for JEE Advanced but only 1.6 lakh registered for the exam. Out of these, 96% appeared for the exam. It is still unclear that those who did not register for JEE Advanced, even after qualifying JEE Main, will be allowed an additional attempt next year or not.

Qualifying candidates of JEE Advanced can take part in JoSAA Counselling for IITs and Choice Filling till 15th October. Admission to various IITs will be provided based on the AIR (All India Rank) of the candidate.

JEE Advanced-AAT 2020 Results Declared by IIT Delhi @ jeeadv.ac.in; Check Here

Last updated on August 24th, 2021

JEE Advanced-AAT 2020 ResultsIIT Delhi conducted Architecture Aptitude Test 2020 on 8th October 2020 and has released the results for the same on 11th October 2020. Candidates can check their AAT scorecards on the candidate portal of JEE Advanced 2020.

AAT is conducted for admission to Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch) course of IIT (BHU) Varanasi, IIT Kharagpur and IIT Roorkee. The candidates who have qualified this exam can update their choices at JoSAA Counselling portal right after results.

How To Check AAT 2020 Result?

  1. Candidates have to visit the result portal for JEE Advanced 2020 i.e. http://cportal.jeeadv.ac.in/ Result portal for JEE Advanced 2020
  2. Enter the JEE Advanced Registration Number, DOB, and Mobile Number. Enter the captcha and click on “Login”.
  3. Once done, your AAT Scorecard will be displayed on the screen.
  4. Download the scorecard and save it as a PDF for future reference.

It is to be noted that AAT Results are not released category-wise. Only a common rank list is published for AAT, meaning candidates are ranked only as per their performance. Admissions will only be based on the qualifying status of the candidate.