JEE Advanced Examination 2023 to be Held on a New Syllabus, Know Changes in IIT Entrance

JEE Advanced Examination 2023 Live Updates: The syllabus for the IIT entrance exam (JEE Advanced) has been revised for the next year’s IIT Exam. The new syllabus for the 2023 JEE Advanced exam for all three subjects (Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics) has been made available on the JEE Advanced official website at jeeadv.ac.in. Experts claim that the new syllabus of the Joint Admission Body (JAB) will mean that more chapters and syllabi in JEE Advanced will be linked to JEE Main. The top 2.5 lakh aspirants who crack JEE Main are allowed to appear in Advance every year.

JEE Advanced (earlier known as IIT JEE) is the second stage of IIT JEE and is usually conducted after JEE Main exam. It is an important exam for engineering applicants (especially those seeking admission to premier engineering institutes like IITs). JEE Advanced 2022 Exam is a computer-based exam and is usually conducted alternately by seven different Indian IITs (IIT Kharagpur, IIT Bombay, IIT Roorkee, IIT Madras, IIT Kanpur, IIT Delhi, and IIT Guwahati). JEE Advanced 2023 Examination is expected to be conducted by IIT Guwahati.

JEE Advanced Examination 2023 Highlights

EventsDetails
Name of ExamJEE Advanced 2023
Conducted ByIIT Guwahati
Exam ModeComputer Based Exam
Frequency of ExamOnce a Year
Participating Institution33 (IISc, 23 IITs, 5 IISER, IIPE, IIST and RGIPT)
SubjectsPCM (Physics, Chemistry, Maths)
Exam Duration3 Hours (Paper 1 and 2 Each)
Total Eligible CandidatesTop 2,50,000 Aspirants from JEE Main
Counselling AuthorityJoSAA
Official websitejeeadv.ac.in
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The latest addition to the JEE Advanced Exam syllabus for Mathematics is Statistics. Instead, the solution to the triangle is dropped. For physics, semiconductors and communication are excluded, instead, some topics from JEE Main are covered which include forced and damped oscillations, EM waves, and polarization.

The JEE Advanced Exam consists of two papers such as Paper 1 and Paper 2. It is also performed in two phases (or ‘shifts’) which are conducted on the same day. All the aspirants of JEE Advanced must appear for both papers to be eligible for the merit list. Aspirants are admitted to various undergraduate courses and master’s and dual degree programs offered by IITs on the basis of marks or rank obtained in JEE Advanced exam.

Those wishing to study design and related courses from IITs will also have to prepare for the entrance exam based on a new format, however, it is from 2024. For the design entrance exams, CEED and UCEED, a new paper pattern and syllabus have been introduced. ,

The Design Entrance Test will have two parts Like Part A and Part B. Part A will be administered in a completely computer-based test and will consist of three sections (NAT, MSQ, and MCQ). Part B will have two questions such as one on drawing and the other on design aptitude. The question in Part B will be displayed on the computer screen and the answer is to be written/drawn only in the answer sheet provided by the invigilator. According to the official notice of UCEED, the duration of Part B will be 60 minutes.

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