The Advance Joint Entrance Exam-2013 would be held on June 2 next year. The blueprint of the conduct of the exam has been prepared in IIT Delhi. The students appearing in this Advanced JEE would be getting a chance to take admission in IITs, IT-BHU and ISM-Dhanbad.
The Joint Admission Board (JAB) has accepted the percentile based formula for conducting the JEE in 2013. Deliberation in this regard was held during the JAB meeting held in Delhi on Sunday.
The IIT-JEE aspirants will be required to appear in a screening test first. Those who will qualify will be given an opportunity to sit in the Advanced JEE. The students will be tested upon their knowledge in Physics, Chemistry and Maths. The exam would be held in two shifts as it was held in JEE-2012. The questions will be objective in nature. The duration for each paper would be three hours.
It is also important to mention that the exam would be held under the aegis of IIT system. The IITs will only hold academic and administration rights to interfere in the exam, if need be.