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JEE-Main

 JEE-Main

Starting 2013, JEE (Main) would be the only route to get admission to the undergraduate engineering programs of central and state level engineering colleges including IITs, NITs, IIITs, DTU, Delhi and other CFTIs. AIEEE which had been conducted by CBSE upto 2012 would be discontinued. ISEET which had been much talked about has been converted into JEE (Joint Entrance Examination). Earlier, the students who wanted to get admission into IITs and other institutions of excellence, were required to appear for IIT-JEE only and were not required to appear for AIEEE. IIT-JEE used to be conducted in two parts – Paper 1 and 2. However, starting with 2013, the pattern of examination would be different. All students whether aspiring for IITs or NITs or IIITs or other engineering colleges, would need to appear for JEE (Main), i.e. Joint Entrance Examination (Main). Top 1.50 lakh students in JEE (Main) would be entitled to appear for JEE (Advanced).

JEE (Main) would be the gateway for admission to all IITs, NITs. IIITs and other state level participating institutions and other institutions who would base their admission criteria on JEE (Main) scores and rankings. JEE (Main) would also serve as the gateway for making it to the JEE (Advanced) examination. As such, it’s important that you score highest in JEE (Main) examination. At the same time, It is important to note that in preparing the merit list, a weightage of 40% shall be provided to Board examinations. You would need to focus more and more on your board examinations and can no longer afford to ignore the performance in the Board examinations. With the CareerOrbits programs, you can continue to focus on your school and Board examinations and at the same time prepare effectively for the JEE (Main).