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JEE Advanced Application Form – Dates, Eligibility Criteria, Process

The application process for the JEE Advanced 2020 was previously scheduled to start from 1st May 2020. But amidst the Covid 19 Pandemic, the governing body of the exam, IIT Delhi, postponed the commencement of the application process. HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal recently announced that the JEE Advanced will be conducted on 27th September 2020. The revised dates for other events like availability of JEE Advanced application form and admit card were recently announced by the governing body of the exam. The JEE Advanced registration commences on 12th September 2020. The deadline for the registration is scheduled on 17th September 2020. 

Candidates securing a rank amongst top 2,50,000 places in JEE Main 2020 will be eligible to appear for the JEE Advanced 2020. Applicants must also fulfill other basic eligibility criteria prescribed by the IIT Delhi to appear for the exam. 

This article would feature all the details regarding the application process of JEE Advanced such as registration, filling the details, uploading the documents and finally payment of the registration fees.

Important Update- HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal recently made an announcement regarding the relaxation in the eligibility criteria for the year 2020. He announced that the JEE Advanced qualifying candidates for the session 2020 will be granted admission irrespective of the marks obtained in 10+2. Previously, the minimum eligibility score for the students was 75% in boards (10+2) and they must secure a place in top 20 percentile of successful candidates in order to stay eligible for admission.

Important Update- JEE Advanced 2020 admit cards were recently released on 21st September 2020 on the official website- jeeadv.ac.in. 

JEE Advanced Application Form – Important Dates

Important Events Previously Scheduled Dates Revised Dates
Application forms available from 1st May 2020 12th September 2020
Application deadline 6th May 2020 17th September 2020
Last day for payment of registration fee 7th May 2020 17th September 2020
Admit Cards available from 12th May 2020 21st September 2020
JEE Advanced 2020 exam date 17th May 2020 27th September 2020

JEE Advanced Application Form – Basic Eligibility Criteria

Before filling the JEE Advanced application form, candidates must satisfy all the eligibility criteria implemented by the governing body of the exam. Given below are the basic requirements for appearing in the JEE Advanced 2020.

1. Secure eligible rank in JEE Main – You must secure a rank amongst top 2,50,000 in Paper-1 (B.E/B.Tech) of the JEE Main 2020. This criteria also applies to applicants froJm different reserved categories.

2. Age limit – Aspiring candidates should have been born on or after October 1995 to be eligible to appear for the JEE Advanced. This age limit is for the general category aspirants. A relaxation of 5 years is granted to the aspirants belonging to the SC, ST and PWD categories. These candidates should not have been born before the 1st October 1990.

3. Number of attempts– Any candidate irrespective of the category that he/she belongs to, can apply for JEE Advanced For maximum of two consecutive years.

4. Appearing year for the qualifying exam (class 12th or equivalent) – Aspiring candidates should have appeared for their qualifying exam in the academic session of 2019 or 2020 to stay eligible for appearing in the JEE Advanced. Applicants must have passed the exam with Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry as main subjects.

5. Minimum marks required in qualifying exam (class 12th or equivalent) –  Candidates belonging to the general category must score a minimum aggregate of 75% marks in the qualifying exam (class 12th or equivalent) with Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry as main subjects. Aspiring candidates belonging to the SC and ST category must score a minimum aggregate of 65% to stay eligible for JEE Advanced.

6. Previously admitted in any IITAny candidate who has previously been enrolled in any IIT branch and has dropped out of the college, will not be eligible for appearing in the JEE Main. Also, candidates who have previously accepted a seat by reporting at the centre and then have withdrawn from the seat will not be considered eligible to appear for the examination.

JEE Advanced Application Form – How to fill it?

The release of the JEE Advanced application forms will soon be notified by the governing body of the exam, IIT Delhi, on the official website of JEE Advanced – jeeadv.ac.in. For the Indian students,to qualify for the JEE Advanced exam, it is mandatory to qualify the JEE Main. However, foreign nationals may appear for the JEE Advanced without appearing for the JEE Main (if they satisfy the required qualification). Candidates must precisely fill all the relevant details in the registration forms and submit before the application form submission deadline. Partly filled forms will be immediately discarded by the exam authority.

You may follow the given below steps to complete the application process of the JEE Advanced 2020-

Step 1 – JEE Advanced Registration

  1. Visit the official website of JEE Advanced- jeeadv.ac.in.
  2. Enter the login credentials which includes JEE Main roll number and password.
  3. You may also select a new password for further login. Candidates must answer some security questions at the time of setting a new password.
  4. Your personal, academic and contact details will appear on the screen (which you must have entered in the JEE Main application form).
  5. Ensure that the details are correct in all areas and proceed further by selecting the preferred language (either Hindi or English).
  6. You must select 6 preferred cities for the exam centre, save the details and proceed towards the next step.

Step 2 – Uploading the documents

You must keep the following documents ready at the time of filling the JEE Advanced application form. After completing the registration process, you must upload the required documents under the prescribed format and specifications.

  1. Upload the scanned copies of your latest photograph and your permanent signature in JPEG format.
  2. The size of the photograph should be in between 4kb- 40 kb.
  3. The size of the signature should be between 1kb-30 kb.
  4. Upload 10th and 12th class or equivalent certificates.
  5. The file size for the class 10th and 12th certificate should be between 50kb- 300kb in JPEG format only.

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JEE Advanced Application Form – Documents Required for Various Categories

Candidates belonging to the below given categories must submit the authorized and validated certificates-

1. GEN-EWS– The certificate should be issued on or after 1st April and it should be validated by the Government of India. It should be in consonance with the latest guidelines implemented by the Government of India.

2. OBC-NCL– The OBC-NCL certificate should be issued on or before the 1st April 2020, and it should adhere to the latest guidelines of the Government of India. You may visit the official website- ncbc.nic.in and precisely check the guidelines.

3. SC and ST– The caste certificate for SC and ST candidates should be validated by the Government of India.

4. Pwd candidates– The differently-abled candidates must upload a physically disabled certificate issued by the recognized medical authority.

5. Dyslexic candidates– Candidates belonging to this category must submit the FORM Dyslexic 1 and 2 certificate instead of Pwd certificate. The certificate must clearly mention that the aspirant has “Severe” Dyslexia.

6. Scribe services– Candidates must request a letter to the chairman of the concerned zonal coordinating IIT to stay eligible under the ‘Scribe services’ category.

7. DS(Defense Service) Category– Candidates belonging to this category must upload a FORM-DS certificate issued by the competent authority, in the Directorate of Resettlement and Rehabilitation, New Delhi validated by the Ministry of Defense or the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India.

8. Candidates who have completed Class 12th or equivalent from abroad– These candidates must upload their class 12th certificate validated by the Association of Indian Universities.

9. Foreign candidates– These candidates must submit their age proof or birth certificate. They must also submit class 12th passing certificates along with the identity proof (passport). Aspiring foreign candidates must precisely read the instructions on the official website of JEE Main and submit the required testimonials as well.

Step 3 – Payment of Registration Fee

After submitting all the required documents, candidates must proceed to the payment of registration fee. The payment of registration fee for JEE Advanced can be done through online method(netbanking/credit card/debit card) as well as offline method (e-challan).

JEE Advanced Fee Payment through Online Mode

  1. Click on the tab mentioning “Pay Registration Fee”.
  2. Candidates will be instantly redirected to the State Bank Multi Option Payment System (MOPS) page.
  3. Select any of the given options – Netbanking/Credit card/Debit card
  4. You would witness a unique registration number which will be generated on the screen.
  5. Take a few printouts of the “final fee payment slip”, registration number and other details for future purposes.

JEE Advanced Fee Payment through Offline Mode

  1. For cash or offline payment, you must generate a challan from the preferred SBI branch.
  2. You may pay the JEE advance registration fee at any SBI branch through e-challan and cash.
  3. After the final payment, you must enter the transaction details to generate a distinctive registration number.
  4. Take a few printouts of the registration details along with the registration number.

JEE Advanced Fee Payment for SAARC and Non-SAARC Exam Centre Candidates

  1. These candidates must pay the fees through MOPS Page.
  2. You may use an International debit/credit card issued by foreign banks in overseas countries.
  3. Make sure that you take print out of the registration details and unique registration number after the payment of fees.
  4. Indian banking cards won’t be accepted to make a payment through foreign currency.

JEE Advanced Application Form – Payable Fees for Different Categories

Type of Candidate Category of Candidate Payable Fee
Indian Nationals Female candidates ( all categories) INR 1400
Indian Nationals SC, ST and Pwd candidates INR 1400
Indian Nationals All other categories INR 2800
Foreign Nationals Candidates belonging to SAARC countries USD 75
Foreign Nationals Candidates belonging to Non-SAARC countries USD 150

JEE Advanced Registration Fee for Examination Centres in Foreign Countries

Type of Candidate Category of Candidate Payable Fee
Indian Nationals Indian Candidates (overseas) USD 75
Foreign Nationals Candidates belonging to SAARC countries USD 75
Foreign Nationals Candidates belonging to Non-SAARC countries USD 150

JEE Advanced Application Form – How to Reset the Forgotten Password?

Login password is crucial for accessing crucial information on the JEE Advanced official website. You must keep the password safe and confidential. However, if you forget your password, you can reset it through following the given steps.

  1. Visit the official website of JEE Advanced.
  2. You would see an option below the login page mentioning ‘forgot password’.
  3. Click on the tab and choose amongst the given options.
  4. You may reset your password through sent mail, via verification code on your mobile or simply by answering the security questions.
  5. After fulfilling the instructions, your new password will be made available to you for further login.

JEE Advanced Application Form – FAQs

Q. When will the JEE Advanced 2020 Application Form be released?

The official date for the release of JEE Advanced Application Form 2020 is 12th September 2020

Q. Should I wait till last date to submit the JEE Advanced application form?

No, it is not advisable to wait for the final date to submit the JEE Advanced application form. You should fill the application form within a day or two from the date of availability of the application form.

Q. Do I need to enter my mobile number in the JEE Advanced application form ?

Yes, you must enter your mobile number in the JEE Advanced application form.

Q. What is the revised date of the JEE Advanced 2020?

HRD minister Ramesh Pokhriyal announced that the JEE Advanced 2020 would be conducted on 27th September 2020. The exam was previously scheduled to take place on the 23rd August 2020.

Q. What is the registration fee for Indian nationals for filling the JEE Advanced application form ?

The registration fees for Indian nationals for filling the JEE Advanced application form is given below in the tabular format –

Type of Candidate Category of Candidate Payable Fee
Indian Nationals Female candidates (all categories) INR 1400
Indian Nationals SC, ST and Pwd candidates INR 1400
Indian Nationals All other categories INR 2800
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