You may be curious about what is JEE Advanced. JEE or Joint Entrance Examination, is an examination organized by seven taking part in IITs on a multiple basis for candidates who Score in JEE Main to have admission in the specified Engineering, Science, and Architecture courses which are provided by one of the top IITs across the country.
The IIT-JEE was first ordered in 1961, with the 1961 IIT Act. The number of students taking the examination is growing each year, with over 485,000 students applying for JEE (Advanced) and an expansion of 30,000 students. However, with the two stages JEE (Main) and JEE (Advanced) framework, the number of candidates in JEE (Advanced) is fixed at around 1.4 to 2 lakhs.
The highest salary for an IIT JEE Advanced suggested is 1.54 crore annually. The lowest salary for an IIT JEE Advanced presented in India is ₹23 lacs annually.
There were so many changes made in the exam in 2018. The Joint Admission Board (JAB) conducted the entire exam online in 2018, hoping to reduce the chances of paper leaks and make coordination and interpretation easier. It made the online exam overcome the problem of faulting.
Minimum Marks to score in JEE Advanced.
For the general category, marks should be at least 75% or corresponding to Class 12th. For SC/ST/PWD section, your minimum marks should be 65%. The student must be in the top 18 category percentile of the designated examination.
Previously the IIT-JEE was regulated only in English and Hindi; it has been condemned as being tougher for students where provincial languages, like Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Urdu, Oriya, Bengali, Marathi, Assamese, or Gujarati, are more leading. In 2011, the Gujarat High Court responded to a Public Interest Dispute by the Gujarati Sahitya Parishad, claiming the examinations be regulated in Gujarati also. A second request was made that October by Navsari’s Sayaji Vaibhav Sarvajanik Pustakalaya Trust.
Another application was made at the Madras High Court for keeping the exam in Tamil. In the petition, it was claimed that not conducting the exam in the regional languages violates Article 14 of the Constitution of India. (PMK) party, a political party in Tamil Nadu, held an expression in Chennai for regulating the IIT-JEE and many national entrance exams in regional languages.