Together JEE Main and JEE Advanced are national entrance examinations for admission to the leading engineering institutions in India. JEE Main is organized by CBSE for admission to IITs, NITs, CFTIs, and additional engineering and technology institutes of state governments and private colleges while JEE Advanced is organized by IITs for approval in 23 IITs in the country. Both tests are interrelated, as the JEE main test is the aptitude test for the JEE Advanced exam. The JEE exams can be taken up for three years, but candidates can only take the JEE Advanced exams for two consecutive years. The curriculum of the two exams is also different. The JEE exams are in accordance with the Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics curricula of CBSE grades 11 and 12.
JEE Main is aimed at candidates attending BE or B.Tech programs at the National Institutes of Technology (NITs), the Indian Institutes for Information Technology (IIITs), at other Central Finance Technical Institutes (CFTIs) and at the Technical Institutes Universities of partaking colleges. The JEE Main is also the aptitude test that lets the aspirants take the JEE Advanced exam, which ultimately directs them to the IITs or the Indian School of Mines (ISM). The JEE Main consists of two sets, namely Paper 1 and Paper 2. Paper 1 is intended for those who wish to be admitted to the courses of BE and B.Tech, and Paper 2 for those who have B.Arch. and B. Planning courses While Paper 1 is held in online and offline mode, Paper 2 is held offline only. When applying for the JEE main exam, applicants must indicate whether they want to take up Paper 1 or Paper 2 or both.
- JEE Main includes two papers, Paper 1 (for B.E./B.Tech) and Paper 2 (for B.Arch. / Planning).
- Scoring the cutoff in Main Paper 1 will let you take up the JEE Advanced exam.
- JEE Main focuses and examines the speed of the candidate
- JEE Main is held two times a year in January and April from 2019 onwards.
- A candidate can attempt a maximum of three times for the JEE Main exam.
- The paper 1 of JEE Main consists of multiple choice questions from Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics
- The better of the two is measured for the ranking.
- Applicants have to be less than 24 years of age to apply for JEE Main
- SC / ST applicants receive 5 years of relaxation.
- Applicants must have cleared the 12th grade or must be in the 12th grade in the year they apply.
JEE Advanced, however, is only paper-based. Applicants must appear in both Paper 1 and Paper 2 in this exam to be admitted to Engineering Courses. For the aspirants who seek to take architectural programs offered by the IITs, the candidate must take both Exam 1 and Exam 2 and then choose the Architectural Aptitude Test (AAT), which is performed by seven zonal IITs. For JEE Advanced, some extra topics need to be covered for the exam. The two exams also differ, as applicants need to have an in-depth acquaintance of the theories and their applications in order to reply to the JEE Advanced questions. JEE advanced examines the focus on speed and accuracy, while JEE Main tests only focus on speed.
- JEE Advanced is expected to be held in the 2nd week of May.
- JEE Advanced 2019 is conducted by one of seven zonal IITs in the support of the Joint Admission Board (JAB).
- In JEE Advanced candidates must take up two sets (Paper 1 and Paper 2). Both papers are mandatory.
- Candidates who have formerly been admitted to one of the IITs or have acknowledged a place at one of the reporting centers or whose admission has been disregarded by one of the IITs cannot apply for JEE Advanced.
- Applicants will be entitled to take the Advanced Exam at most twice, two times for two successive years.
- JEE advanced questions require aspirants to have an in-depth acquaintance of the concepts and its applications
- JEE Advanced is for those who want to be included in any of the IITs and ISM Dhanbad.
After reading the aforesaid information, you must be able to distinguish between JEE Main and JEE Advanced.