IIT JEE 2018 | All You Need to Know

The application process for the Joint Entrance Examination Main (JEE) examination is all set to begin on December 1. The exam is conducted by the CBSE for admission to B.E./B.Tech & B. Arch courses in top technical institutions across India. Students who wish to take part in the exam that will be conducted on April 8 next year can fill in the application form as soon as the application process commences. There is no printed application form for JEE (Main) and candidates must apply online. Candidates who qualify JEE Main Exam will be considered eligible to appear in JEE Advanced examination.

What’s New in JEE 2018?

  • IIT Kanpur to conduct the JEE Advanced 2018 Exam.
  • Total 2.24 Lakh Mains Qualified Candidates will be eligible for JEE Advanced 2018.
  • JEE Main 2018 Paper 1 will be held in Online & Offline both modes but Paper 2 will be held in Online Mode only.
  • The JEE Advanced Exam will be conducted only in Online Mode.
  • Slot Booking: From the year 2018, students will be able to book their slot for the online mode examination.
  • No weightage will be given to 12th class marks for calculating All India Rank (AIR) in JEE Main. No verification will be required for 12th class roll number.
  • In order to qualify for admission to IITs, NITs, IIITs, CFTIs, candidates must have at least 75% marks (65% for SC/ST) in higher secondary examination or must be in top 20 percentile in class 12th examination conducted by respective boards.
  • Candidates should have Aadhaar Card Number to fill the application form. (Candidates from Meghalaya, J&K and Assam are excluded from this provision)

Important Dates:

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Information Brochure for JEE Main: Download here

Information on JEE Advanced: Download here

Syllabus: Check here

Eligibility Criteria: Check here


JEE Main & Advanced 2017: First Seat Allotment to be released on June 28

The Joint Seat Allotment Authority of JEE mains are all set to publish the first allotment of JEE Main and Advanced 2017 on June 28, 2017.

Mock seat allotment process will take place on 20th and 23rd June. The qualified candidates can lock their choice of branch before June 26, 2017.  Hence the aspirants who want to change their options or those who had not frozen the options have to do before 26th June.

Important dates:

Registration & Choice Filling Process: June 15 to 26, 2017
Last date of choice filling: June 26, 2017
Mock seat allotment: June 20, 2017 (1st round) & June 23, 2017 (2nd round)

First round of seat allotment: June 28, 2017
First round reporting of Seat Acceptance: 29 June 2017 – 3 July 2017 (5 days)

Second round of seat allotment: July 4, 2017
Second round reporting of Seat Acceptance: 5 July 2017 – 6 July 2017 (2 days)

Third round of seat allotment: 7 July 2017
Third round reporting of Seat Acceptance: 8 July 2017 – 9 July 2017 (2 days)

Forth round of seat allotment: 10 July 2017
Forth round reporting of Seat Acceptance: 11 July 2017 – 12 July 2017 (2 days)

Fifth round of seat allotment: 13 July 2017
Fifth round reporting of Seat Acceptance: 14 July 2017 ( 1 day)

Sixth round of seat allotment: 15 July 2017
Sixth round reporting of Seat Acceptance: 16 July 2017 – 17 July 2017 (2 days)


Seventh round of seat allotment: 18 July 2017
Seventh round reporting of Seat Acceptance: 19 July 2017 ( 1 day)


About Resonance

Resonance is India’s leading coaching Institute which offers Classroom Coaching Programs for preparation of JEE Advanced & Main, NEET (AIPMT)/AIIMS. In 2017, Institute registered 6240 selections in JEE Advanced 2017 (4095 from classroom and 2145 from distance learning).

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Take our Scholarship cum Entrance test ResoNET to get admissions in Resonance with heavy scholarships in various classroom programs for JEE Advanced, JEE Main, NEET (AIPMT) and AIIMS.

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Remarkable performance by Resonance in JEE Advanced 2017

Resonance, the renowned and most trusted education institute which has given excellent result at All India Level in JEE (Advanced) 2017 with total 6231 selections. The result for JEE (Advanced), which is the entrance test for Indian Institutes of Technology has been declared and once again Resonance has proved the strength and credibility of its impeccable teaching methodology and expert faculty team.

As per the result seen till now:

  • Total no. of selections: 6231
    • Regular Classroom Program: 4086
    • Distance Learning Program + e-Learning Program: 2145
  • 8 in Top 50 | 17 in Top 100 | 34 in Top 200 | 85 in Top 500 | 159 in Top 1000

  • Top 100 Club: Total 17 students from Resonance
    • Ranks from Regular Classroom Program (8 from Kota Study Centre)
      • AIR 6: Saurav Yadav (Kota Classroom)
      • AIR 22: Arpit Minariya (Udaipur Classrom)
      • AIR 29: Yash Jain (Kota Classroom)
      • AIR 48: Ritik Roongtha (Kota Classroom)
      • AIR 54: Shashank Kumar (Kota Classroom)
      • AIR 63: Shivam Goyal (Kota Classroom)
      • AIR 90: Nisarg Bhatt (Kota Classroom)
      • AIR 92: Divyanshu Mandovra (Kota Classroom)
      • AIR 95: Prakhar Mangal (Kota Classroom)
    • 8 Ranks from Distance Learning Program (DLP)
      • 4 in Top 50 | 8 in Top 100 | 14 in Top 200 | 38 in Top 500 | 69 in Top 1000

  • ST Category: AIR 1 : Deepak Meena (Kota Classroom) (GEN AIR 952)
  • SC Category: AIR 1: Kalpit Veerwal (Udaipur Classroom) (GEN AIR 103)

  • Highest no. of Selections of Girl Students from Classroom: 351
  • Highest no. of Selections of Hindi Medium Students from Classroom: 568
  • Highest no. of Distance Learning Program Students Qualified in India from any Single Institute in JEE (Advanced) for 5th consecutive Year

  • AIR 22 Arpit Minariya from Udaipur Study Centre (Udaipur City Topper)
  • AIR 267 Ravi Gupta from Agra Study Centre (Agra City Topper)
  • AIR 131 Anirudh S from BASE Study Centre (Bengaluru City & Karnataka Topper)
  • 8 Students scored full marks in Mathematics.

  • Classroom Selections from Study Centres
    • Kota: 2459 | Jaipur: 326 | Nagpur: 178 | Lucknow: 157 | BASE: 155 |Udaipur: 101 | Mumbai: 88 | Agra: 77 | Pune: 76 | Ahmedabad: 55 | Surat: 49 | New Delhi: 47 | Jodhpur: 38 | Bhopal: 36 | Kolkata: 28 | Nanded: 23 | Gwalior: 19 | Bhubaneswar: 19 | Chandrapur: 17 | Allahabad: 16 | Nashik: 15 | Sikar: 13 | Vadodara: 12 | Indore: 11 |Ajmer: 10 | Jabalpur: 9 | Raipur: 9 | Rajkot: 8 | Aurangabad: 7 | Gorakhpur LLP: 5 | Guwahati: 4 | Patna: 3 | Ranchi: 1

Approx. 1.7 lac students from all over India appeared for JEE (Advanced) 2017. In JEE (Main) 2017, total 13225 students from Resonance were qualified for JEE (Advanced) 2017.

Mr. R.K. Verma (MD – Resonance) heartily congratulates all the students selected in JEE (Advanced) 2017 and wishes them a great career ahead.

About Resonance

Resonance is India’s leading coaching Institute which offers Classroom Coaching Programs for preparation of JEE Advanced & Mains, NEET (AIPMT)/AIIMS. In 2016, Institute registered 5111 selections in JEE Advanced 2016. It was also the best result in whole India from any Single Institute of Kota.

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Take our Scholarship cum Entrance test ResoNET to get admissions in Resonance with heavy scholarships in various classroom programs for JEE Advanced, JEE Main, NEET (AIPMT) and AIIMS.

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JNV Bundi sends 44 students to IITs

Class 12 students of the Union-government run Jawahar Navodaya Vidhyalaya (JNV) Bundi have proved their mettle in the JEE Advanced 2017 again.

With the help of free coaching by Resonance coaching institute of Kota, 44 of the total 49 Class 12 students of the residential school have cracked the examination, considered as one of the toughest in the country.

Coming from rural backgrounds and poor families, these students have proved that they were no less in any way than the private school students whose parents spend lakhs on their coaching to pass the entrance examination.

In the last seven years, more than 250 students of the JNV Bundi have found place in the IITs, thanks to help from Resonance Eduventures Limited, a coaching institute of Kota, and Dakshina Foundation, an NGO.

“Free schooling, accommodation and meals are provided to students of weaker families at JNV Bundi. Apart from this, free coaching is also offered by a Kota-based coaching institute to help us succeed in JEE Advanced,” said Nirmal Rajput (17), son of a mini-truck driver from Gwalior (Madhya Pradesh) and a Class 12 student at JNV Bundi, who cleared the JEE Advanced 2017 with All India Rank (AIR) 327.

His father, Dinesh Singh Rajput said, “Qualifying JEE Advanced is a major challenge and when so many aspirants from poor and rural background crack JEE Advanced from a single school then it is certainly a great achievement.”

Another JNV Bundi student Amarpreet Singh (18) said, “We have made it to the IIT due to free coaching, otherwise it is not possible for students like me to crack JEE Advanced.” Amarpreet’s father runs a small handloom shop in Karnal (Haryana).

JNV Bundi principal Suresh Maheshwari is obviously elated over the performance of his students. “Out of the 49 students in Class 12, who were given free coaching, 44 students have cracked JEE Advanced 2017, which is 90% success,” he said. The school, which runs classes from Class 6 to 12, has enrolled 590 students this year.

RK Verma, managing director, Resonance Eduventures Limited, Kota, said that his organisation and Dakshina Foundation equally share the fee burden under their corporate social responsibility to provide free coaching to the students.

Source: Hindustan Times

JEE Advanced 2017: Jammu & Kashmir posted CRPF Jawan’s son ranked AIR 6

When Sourav Yadav’s father got posted in Jammu & Kashmir, his mother decided to shift to Kota from Haryana leaving behind her job for better studies options for her son. Sourav didn’t disappoint them. He scored 330 marks out of 366 in JEE Advanced 2017 and secured All India Rank (AIR) 6. 

Hailing from a small town in Bhiwani district, Haryana, Sourav got to know about engineering when he came to Kota. During his secondary (Class 10) examination he enrolled in the Resonance Coaching institute, Kota. His mother was keen on providing better education for her son and left her job as a school teacher in Haryana to accompany him for his studies. “My father doesn’t get much time to accompany us as he is posted in Jammu & Kashmir where tension escalates every now and then. My mother is the strongest pillar of my success in JEE Advanced 2017,” said Sourav. The intelligent lad loves home-cooked food and staying away from his mother’s ‘Haath ka Khana‘ was too difficult for him. His mother, being a mother, knew that and decided to sacrifice her career for the better future of her son.

Sourav wants to take up Computer Science in IIT Bombay, which is a dream institute for any IIT aspirant. He is fond of video games and application software, and is interested in developing his own apps and software for the people. “I would like to learn the nuances of Computer Science and develop something on my own. The urge to take up Computer Science as a career option came to me while I saw my maternal uncle, who is a software engineer working on interesting projects. He motivated me to take up engineering as well,” informed Sourav.

Although, Sourabh had secured AIR 108 in JEE Main, he never gave prominence to rankings as such. “I was concerned about the percentage marks I score in any examination. Ranks will follow it’s course. By doing that I have always remained immune from the extra pressure that students often take while writing an important exam,” said Sourav.

Topping one of the toughest entrance examination in the country came naturally to this youngster as he was preparing for the advance level exam even before JEE Mains. “I prepared myself from the very beginning for JEE Advanced. I used to self-analyse my problem areas and work on those from time to time,” concluded Sourav.

Source: PaGaLGuY

JEE Advanced 2017: How to prepare for the exam

Over 2.21 lakh students, who have cleared the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main, will now take the JEE (Advanced) for around 11,000 seats in IITs (Indian Institutes of Technology) in the country on May 21.

Usually, if you score around 40% (general category), you can get a seat in one of the IITs. The cutoff goes down to around 30-35% at times. Don’t worry about the outcome, just focus on solving the questions.

Here is how you can prepare for the exam in these few days:

1. Solve the test papers of JEE (Advanced) from the past 10 years.

2. Identify the questions from topics that you can solve in all the tests. Work on the weak topics by solving more problems from a good book or coaching material.

3. Write the important formula of all the topics from the syllabus and revise them 2 days before the exam.

4. If you have enrolled in a coaching institute then follow the plan given by them, especially the practice tests. Revise the coaching material well.

5. Feel confident about whatever you know. It’s not necessary to know everything to get a seat in an IIT. But for getting a top rank, you need to know everything in depth.

6. While practicing at home before the exam, you should keep the time limit in mind. This will increase your speed. You have to be fast then only you can attempt a good number of questions.

7. Get a good sleep for 6-7 hours every night at least 7 days before the exam and don’t nap during the day. Try to do practice work between 9am and 12pm and then 2pm-5pm to develop a good stamina. Get up at around 6am every day as on the day of the exam you will have to get up at 6am and be active until 5pm. So follow this routine every day to get the maximum output from your body and mind that day. You will not feel tired during the exam, especially during the second paper. Usually, many students don’t perform well in the second paper due to tiredness/weakness.

8. Follow good food habits these days due to tough summer. Drink milk or fresh juice every day and eat fresh fruits every day. Eat a good breakfast with some solid stuff such as bananas, apples, mango, poha etc so that you have all the energy. Eat light food between the first and second paper. Wash your face with cold water and put some water on your head as well. Take a 10-15 minute power nap, see the formulae with cool mind and do not have any fear. Also, don’t discuss the first paper with anyone.

9. Be careful about negative marking. Attempt only those questions that you are fully confident about.

10. Try to solve simple questions first. You can identify them by their length, options, and figure/graph. Instead of doing all the questions from one subject, attempt simpler questions from all subjects first. Then do the moderate questions and finally the toughest ones. If you can’t solve some questions even after this selection procedure, don’t get demotivated. Always be confident and attempt the next questions. Don’t hesitate in leaving those that will consume more time. There are enough number of questions that can get you a seat.

(Article by R.K. Verma. Verma is the managing director and head of academics at Kota-based Resonance Eduventures Limited. Views expressed here are personal.)

Source: Hindustan Times

IIT JEE Advanced 2016: A detailed analysis by Resonance

JEE (Advanced) 2016

A Detailed Analysis by Resonance

After introducing major changes in IIT Admission Process in 2013, on 22-May-2016 (Sunday) JEE Advanced 2016, stage-2 for IIT Admission Process was conducted by IIT Guwahati. Top 2 Lakh students were eligible through marks in JEE Mains’ 2016. Continue reading