JEE Advanced 2022 - Syllabus, Eligibility, Application form, 2022 Notification

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Exam Summary

Exam Name Joint Entrance Exam Advanced
Commonly Known As JEE Advanced
Organizing Authority IIT Kanpur
Official Website
Exam Type National Level Entrance Examination
Programs Offered BE/ B.Tech and B.Arch Courses
Mode of Exam Computer based
Number of questions Paper 1- 18

Paper 2- 18

Section Paper 1- Physics, Chemistry and Math

Paper 2- Physics, Chemistry and Math

Total Marks Paper 1- 60

Paper 2- 60

Type of questions MCQ and Pen-Paper
Exam duration 3 hours
Eligibility Criteria Indian National Citizen born on or after 1st October 1994
Exam Date To be announced


Joint Entrance Exam-Advanced (JEE-Advanced) is an annual engineering college entrance exam in India. It is conducted under the guidance of Joint Admission Board (JAB) by the zonal IITs. A candidate’s admission to Bachelor’s, Integrated Master’s and Dual Degree programs in Engineering, Sciences, or Architecture is on the basis of this exam.

JEE-Advanced 2018 is conducted by IIT Kanpur.

JEE-ADVANCED Structure of the exam

  • This year onwards the test is a completely online.
  • The exam is going to be conducted on Sunday 20th May 2018. The exam will be in two parts consisting of Paper-1 from 9 AM to 12 Noon and Paper-2 from 2 PM to 5 PM.
  • Duration of each Paper will be 3 Hours and the types of questions are objective.
  • The exam conducts two papers paper 1 and Paper 2 each having three sections – physics, chemistry, and mathematics.
  • The nature of the questions in each section is usually multiple choices.
  • There is no time limit for each section.
  • The marking scheme of the paper may differ from question to question.
  • Each paper covers the topics related to the subjects Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and each subject is divided into 3 sections.
  • The total mark of each paper is 183 and each one has 54 questions.

Format and Marking Scheme of Paper 1:

Section Number of questions Maximum marks Type of questions Marking Scheme
1 7 28 One or more correct option +4 (full marks for correct answer)

+1 (for partial correct answer)


-2 (negative marking)

2 5 15 Single digit integer +3(full marks)


3 6 18 Matching type question +3(full marks)


-1(negative marking)

Format and marking scheme of Paper 2:

Section Number of questions Maximum marks Type of questions Marking Scheme
1 7 21 Single correct answer +3 (full marks for correct answer)


-1 (negative marking)

2 7 28 One or more correct option +4 (full marks)

+1 (for partial correct answer)


-2 (negative marking)

3 4 12 Comprehension/paragraph +3(full marks)


  • The candidates can answer the question paper in either Hindi or English Language.
  • Sample papers and papers of previous year are available on the official site of the exam.

JEE-ADVANCED Eligibility Criteria

  • Candidate must minimums qualify class XII (10+2) or an equivalent course with minimum 75%.
  • A candidate must follow the age criteria which states that the candidates must have born on or after October 1, 1993 (23 years old).
  • Relaxation for reserved category candidates is that they should qualify their class XII (10+2) or an equivalent course with minimum 65%. They are given a relaxation of 5 years for the age criteria (they must have born on or after October 1, 1988).
  • To be eligible for JEE Advanced a candidate should be among the top 2, 24,000 performers in the JEE-Mains in Paper 1.
  • A candidate can appear for JEE-Advanced for maximum 2 times in consecutive years.

JEE-ADVANCED Application forms and submission procedure

The online application form for JEE-Advanced will be available from 4thweek of April 2018 and close by 1st week of May 2018. Students can only apply online.

The application fee for the examination is as follows:

Registration Fee for Examination Centre’s in India

*Exact GST (Goods and Services Tax) amount will be specified as per Government of India rules at the time of registration.

The registration fee shown above DOES NOT INCLUDE service charges, processing fees and any other charges that the payment gateway/banks may levy.

The process for making payment can be online as well as offline:

  1. Demand Draft is done through e-challan of SBI.
  2. Online Payment is done through debit/credit/net banking.


The online payment is to be done by 1st week of May 2018 by 5 PM.

  • Once the registration and payment are done, there will be no refunds.
  • Online Application form is filled by login in the official site of JEE-Advanced

Documents to be attached

  • Class 10 certificate
  • Birth certificate
  • Colored photograph of candidates
  • Scanned copy of candidate’s full signature and left-hand thumb impression
  • Scanned copy of caste certificate (only for OBC-NCL, SC and ST candidates)
  • Scanned copy of PwD and DS certificates (if required)
  • If the name is not same as in the Class 10 certificate, gazetted notification showing the change of name is required

Specification for scanned images required for JEE Advanced application:

  • Photograph must be between 10 KB to 100 KB
  • Size of the Signature, Thumb impression must be between 5 KB to 30 KB
  • Size of the certificate must be between 50 KB to 300 KB

The scanned certificates must be in JPG/JPEG format.

  • Last date for application will be in May 2018
  • The candidates will receive an acknowledgment in form of a confirmation page after submitting the online application form.

The application procedure step-by-step:

  • Step – 1: Visit the official website of JEE advanced i.e.
  • Step – 2: Access JEE Advanced application form through JEE Main 2018 roll number
  • Step – 3: Fill the JEE Advanced 2018 registration form
  • Step – 4: Upload documents as per requirement
  • Step – 5: Pay the application fee online or offline at any SBI bank branch
  • Step – 6: Submit the application form and preserve the confirmation page.


  • Admit cards will be available to the candidates by the second week of May 2018.
  • Download JEE Advanced admit card from the official website
  • Take two to three printouts of JEE Advanced admit card 2018 and retain it for future reference.

Details required for accessing the admit card are

  • The candidates JEE (Advanced) registration number
  • Date of Birth
  • Mobile number
  • Email

The admit card will be available on the official website at (THIS LINK WILL BE AVAILABLE AFTER THE REGISTRATION PROCESS)

Details included on the admit card

  • Examination date and time
  • Name of the candidate
  • Parent’s/Guardian’s Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Category
  • Gender
  • Address of examination center
  • Examination center code
  • Candidate’s Photograph
  • Candidate’s Signature
  • General Examination Instruction

JEE-ADVANCED Admission Procedure

  • The admission to the colleges as per the candidate depends upon the marks they score in the JEE-Advanced examination.
  • The JEE-Advanced results are going to be displayed by IIT-Kanpur in the second week of June 2018.

As per the official website, “Only candidates who score the minimum prescribed marks in each subject and in aggregate will be included in the rank list”.

  • Maximum aggregate marks: 366 (183 each in Paper-1 and Paper-2)
  • Maximum marks in Physics: 122 (61 each in Paper-1 and Paper-2)
  • Maximum marks in Chemistry: 122 (61 each in Paper-1 and Paper-2)
  • Maximum marks in Mathematics: 122 (61 each in Paper-1 and Paper-2)

JEE Advanced Qualifying Marks:

Category PwD Status Rank List Minimum Marks in Each Subject Minimum
Aggregate Marks
Any Any CRL 12 128
OBC-NCL Any OBC-NCL rank list 10 115
SC Any SC rank list 6 64
ST Any ST rank list 6 64
Any Yes CRL-PwD 6 64
OBC-NCL Yes OBC-NCL-PwD rank list 6 64
SC Yes SC-PwD rank list 6 64
ST Yes ST-PwD rank list 6 64
Any Yes PC-CRL-PwD 3 32
SC Any PC-SC 3 32
SC Yes PC-SC-PwD 3 32

JEE-ADVANCED Notification

A notification informing dates of the JEE-Advanced 2018 was published in the official website of JEE on September 28th 2017.

The notification states that the exam will be held on 20th of May 2018.


The JEE – Advanced examination consist of two papers; Paper-1 and Paper-2. Both papers are compulsory and will be conducted on the same day with a 2-hour break in between. The subjects included are Chemistry (Physical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, and Inorganic Chemistry), Mathematics, Physics and an Architecture Aptitude Test. Following are the topics in brief:

Chemistry Mathematics Physics Architecture
Physical Chemistry Algebra General Freehand Drawing
Atomic Structure and Chemical Bonding Trigonometry Mechanics Geometrical Drawing
Inorganic Chemistry Analytical Geometry Thermal Physics Three-Dimensional Perception
Organic Chemistry Differential Calculus Electricity and Magnetism Imagination and Aesthetic sensitivity
Practical Organic Chemistry Integral Calculus Optics Architectural Awareness
Polymers. Vectors Modern Physics

Chemistry: Chemistry is classified into three sections; Physical Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry and Organic Chemistry. The syllabus for chemistry is quite vast including Chemical Equilibrium, electrochemistry, chemical kinetics, etc. Inorganic chemistry includes preparation and properties of certain compounds and non-metals, extractive metallurgy, transition elements. Under Organic Chemistry comes preparation of alkanes, alkenes and alkynes, reaction of benzene, properties and use of certain polymers, etc.

JEE-ADVANCED Important Dates

Event Date
Notification for JEE – Advanced 2018 28nd September 2017
Syllabus of JEE – Advanced 2018 6th November 2017
Mock Test 1 19th December 2017
Information Brochure Released 26th January 2018
Mock Test 2 30th January 2018
Mock Test 3  1st February 2018
Application form availability 4th week of April 2018
Application form end date 2nd May 2018 to 7th May 2018
Admit Card date 14th May 2018 to 20th May 2018
Exam Date 20th May 2018
Result Date 10th June 2018
Counselling Date 19th June 2018 to 15th July 2018


JEE – Advanced 2018 will be held across multiple exam centers in 155 cities across India and 6 cities abroad.

The exam centers are divided into five zones and candidates are required to select five cities from each zone.

Candidates will receive their admit cards with the address of the respective exam center. List of exam centers are as follows:

Sl.No Zones States
1 IIT Bombay Zone Goa, Gujarat, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Ethiopia (Outside India)
2 IIT Delhi Zone Delhi-NCR, Jammu and Kashmir, Rajasthan, Nepal (Outside India)
3 IIT Guwahati Zone Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, West Bengal, Sikkim, Tripura, Singapore (Outside India)
4 IIT Kanpur Zone Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh
5 IIT Kharagpur Zone Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Odisha, West Bengal, Bangladesh (Outside India)
6 IIT Madras Zone Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Kerala, Puducherry, Tamil Nadu, United Arab Emirates (Outside India)
7 IIT Roorkee Zone Chandigarh, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Sri Lanka (Outside India)

JEE-ADVANCED Contact Details

Official Website:


Joint Entrance Examination (Advanced) 2018

JEE Office, Academic Affairs Building
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh
PIN: 208016

Phone: +915122597325

Fax: +915122590103


Colleges accepting JEE-ADVANCED score

IITs (Indian Institute of Technology) are the institutions that intakes candidates eligible for admission. It is decided by the cut off rank, which differs for each college. Currently, there are twenty-three IITs in India. A few top universities are listed below:

Apart from the 23 IITs, the following institutes will also offer admissions to candidates on the basis of JEE Advanced score/marks:


Results of JEE – Advanced 2018 will be published by IIT Kanpur on 10th June 2018. Results will be published online and to check results, candidates have to log-on to the result portal of the site using their registration number and date of birth. Candidates can even check marks for individual subjects.


Cut-off mark is the minimum percentage of marks required by a candidate to be included in the rank list. These marks determine the candidate’s admission to IITs.

The official website states that candidates with minimum prescribed marks in each subject, as well as in aggregate will be included in the rank list. Following are the maximum marks a candidate can score:

  • Maximum aggregate marks: 366 (183 for each paper)
  • Maximum marks in Chemistry: 122 (61 for each paper)
  • Maximum marks in Physics: 122 (61 for each paper)
  • Maximum marks in Mathematics: 122 (61 for each paper)

The cut-off mark is different based on the category (General, OBC, SC/ST). Following is the minimum mark for each category:

Rank List Minimum percentage of marks in each subject Minimum percentage of aggregate marks
Common rank list (CRL) 10 35
OBC-NCL rank list 9 31.5
SC rank list 5 17.5
ST rank list 5 17.5
Common-PwD rank list (CRL-PwD) 5 17.5
OBC-NCL-PwD rank list 5 17.5
SC-PwD rank list 5 17.5
ST-PwD rank list 5 17.5
Preparatory course rank list 2.5 8.75

The cut-off for previous years are provided below:

Sl. No.




Closing Rank


Closing Rank


Closing Rank


1 IIT Bombay 2776 2637 4880
2 IIT Indore 4446 4250 7732
3 IIT Delhi 4669 4706 5431
4 IIT Ropar 4152 4900 7372
5 IIT Madras 4658 4950 5319
6 IIT Kanpur 5162 4973 7469
7 IIT Jodhpur 6895 5125 6006
8 IIT Hyderabad 5342 5862 6844
9 IIT Mandi 5146 6313 7124
10 IIT Kharagpur 6107 6449 6312

During the year 2017, over 1.7 lakh candidates appeared for JEE Advanced, out of which 50,455 candidates made it to the rank list.

As per the Candidates and coaching institutions; Physics and Chemistry section were moderately difficult while the mathematics section was easy.

JEE-ADVANCED Score Validation

The validity of JEE Advanced score card is one year from the announcement of results. This means that candidates have a year to get admission in colleges before losing the validity of the score card.

JEE-ADVANCED Seat Distribution

In IITs, seats are distributed among different categories. There are reservations as well as fee relaxation for certain categories (SC/ST, OBC, PwD, etc). Following is a tabulated data for category-wise distribution of seats distributed in all IITs during the year 2017.

Category Seats Available
GE 4792
OBC 2563
SC 1419
ST 716
GE-PD 148
SC-PD 45
ST-PD 24
Total 9784

JEE-ADVANCED Counselling Schedule

The JEE Advanced Counselling serves as a basis for admission of candidates in top engineering institutions. Currently, the counselling process is done by JoSAA (Joint Seat Allocation Authority).

JoSAA has been set up by the Ministry of Human Resources Department to manage and regulate joint seat allocation to 23 IITs, 31 NITs, 23 IIITs, and 20 other Government Funded Technical Institutes.

The Counselling procedure is as follows:

  • Candidates who have declared qualified in JEE (Adv) 2017 are eligible to register for seat allocation in all participating Institutes.
  • Candidates may fill-in their choices of Institutes and branches in decreasing order of their preference. Candidates are strongly urged to fill-in as many choices as possible.
  • Candidates must “lock” their choices. For candidates who did not lock their choices, the last saved choices will be locked automatically when the time for filling-in of choices closes
  • JoSAA will conduct seven rounds of seat allocation for academic programs offered by Institutes under a time period.
  • Candidates allotted a seat must pay the seat acceptance fee (through e-Challan/SBI NetBanking) and get the documents verified at any reporting center ( for provisional seat acceptance.
  • A candidate, who has already accepted a seat, can withdraw the seat by reporting at a reporting center up to sixth round of seat allocation.

Provided below is a complete schedule of JEE Advanced 2017 (JoSAA):

Commencement of online registration and filling of choices Third Week of June, 2018
Architecture Aptitude Test choice filling start date
First Round- Display of Mock Seat Allocation
Second Round- JoSAA 2018 Mock Seat Allocation Fourth Week of June, 2018
Last date of registration and filling of choices for the second round
Reconciliation of data, allocation of seats, verification and validation
First Round of Seat Allocation
JoSAA 2018- First round of acceptance of seat and reporting at the centre Last Week of June to First Week of July
First round of JoSAA 2018- Availability status of seats First Week of July, 2018
JoSAA 2018- Second Round of Seat Allotment and Second Round of acceptance of seat and reporting at the centre
Second round of JoSAA 2018- Display of Seats
Third round of JoSAA 2018- Seat Allotment Second Week of July, 2018
JoSAA 2018- Third round of acceptance of seat and reporting at the centre
Fourth round of JoSAA 2018- Seat Allotment
JoSAA 2018- Fourth round of acceptance of seat and reporting at the centre Second week to fourth week of July, 2018
Fourth round of JoSAA 2018- Availability Status of Seats Third Week of July, 2018
Fifth round of JoSAA 2018- Seat Allotment
JoSAA 2018- Fifth round of acceptance of seat and reporting at the centre
Fifth round of JoSAA 2018- Availability Status of Seats
Sixth round of JoSAA 2018- Seat Allotment
JoSAA 2018- Sixth round of acceptance of seat and reporting at the centre
Sixth round of JoSAA 2018- Availability Status of Seats
Seventh round of JoSAA 2018- Seat Allotment
JoSAA 2018- Seventh round of acceptance of seat and reporting at the centre Fourth Week of July, 2018

JEE-ADVANCED Previous Year Question Papers

The JEE Advanced previous year question papers along with their answer can be found in the official JEE – Advanced website.


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