In response to the recommendation of setting up a regulatory body for coaching institutes by Committee comprising of IIT Directors, Official sources said it was “not the ministry’s job to regulate private coaching institutes”. Instead, the ministry would take “effective” measures to “gradually” improve school education system, besides bringing in changes in the current format of entrance examinations conducted for admissions to centrally funded technical institutes in a couple of years.
The Committee of Eminent Persons (CEP) constituted by the IIT Council has made a series recommendations which will change the structure of JEE to a greater extent. These changes in the structure of JEE shall be effected from 2017 onward.
Under the chairmanship of Ashok Misra, the CEP has recommended that a National Testing Service shall be set up by early 2016, mandated to conduct an aptitude test, which should test the scientific aptitude and innovative thinking ability of the candidates.
The aptitude test may be conducted two or more times a year and shall be an online test. The test shall be modeled such to make students apply scientific thinking. Based on this performance, about 4 lakh candidates shall be short-listed for taking the JEE.
The JEE itself will be on the lines of the current JEE (Advanced) and designed to test the knowledge in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics; and shall be conducted by the IITs. From this, ranks shall be issued to over 40,000 students who can seek admission in IITs and NITs based on a common counselling. The IITs have been recommended to set up a system for developing mock JEE examinations which may help students prepare for the exam. The possibility of using the MOOCS platform can also be explored.
The HRD ministry too has been suggested by CEP to take measures for the improvement of school education and the method of examination of the various Boards, so that students with the Science aptitude are well prepared in the concepts by the time they reach 12th grade.
According to CEP, till such time, that is for 2016 and 2017, the practice of two tier JEE examination shall be continued. The top 200,000 students from JEE (Main) shall be allowed to appear in JEE (Advanced). More than 40,000 ranks will be issued in JEE (Advanced) for developing a better system for selection of candidates. Joint counselling for IITs and NITs shall be continued as was done last year. Board marks shall not to be counted for giving rankings this year for NITs, CFTIs etc.
The Government has decided to place the recommendations in the public domain for widespread consultation with the stakeholders.
Performance of Resonance in JEE Advanced 2015:
Resonance is India’s leading coaching Institute which offers Classroom Coaching Programs for preparation of JEE Advanced & JEE Mains. Institute registered 4124 selections in JEE Advanced 2015 (2570 from classroom and 1554 from distance learning). This feat is best in whole India from any Single Institute of Kota and Resonance repeated it consecutively for third year. Total 11 ranks from Classroom Courses are in Top 150. Earlier, total 11561 candidates from Resonance were declared qualified to appear for JEE Advanced 2015 after appearing in JEE Mains 2015.
Performance of Resonance in JEE Main 2015:
Resonance observed more than 25000 selections in JEE Main 2015. All these students were qualified to attend the counselling of JEE Main. Total 11 students of Resonance, 3 from the Regular Classroom Program and 8 Students from Distance Learning Program of Resonance have made it to the Top 100 club in the declared Merit List of the General Category Students. Total 11561 candidates out of these were declared qualified to appear for JEE Advanced 2015 after appearing in JEE Main 2015.
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- Seat allocation was done jointly with NITs, IIITs (Triple-I-Ts) and Other GFTIs. The deferred acceptance (DA) algorithm was used for seat allocation using multiple rank lists from three different examinations viz., JEE (Main) 2015 Paper-1, JEE (Main) 2015 Paper-2 and JEE (Advanced) 2015.
- Only 1.24 Lakh out of the 1.52 Lakh eligible candidates registered to appear for JEE (Advanced) 2015 [this number was 1.26 L in 2014]. Of these, nearly 25,000 candidates qualified for admission.
- In 2014, 52 seats were not allotted at the end of Round 3. In 2015, all the 10,006 seats were allotted in each and every round. The number of seats not accepted was 610, 130 and 50 at the end of Rounds 1, 2 and 3, respectively. If we had the latitude to go for another round of seat allotment, this number would have further decreased.
JEE Advanced 2016 organisation responsibility has been given to IIT Guwahati. Below are some frequently asked questions and their answers to clear the doubts you may have.
1) I have taken admission into one of the NITs in 2015. Am I eligible for JEE (Advanced) 2016?
The Highest Selected Students of Resonance in JEE (Advanced) 2015 and AIIMS 2015 felicitated with Rewards
Resonance felicitated the students selected in JEE (Mains+Advanced) 2015 and AIIMS 2015 at I.L. Auditorium, Kota. The selected students and their parents from different parts of the country were invited to be a part of this grand event. During the beginning of the event, a small presentation was given on the year on year achievements of Resonance and its students. Continue reading
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has declared the much awaited results of JEE Mains 2015 Exam. The results can be seen at the following link: Continue reading
The joint counselling of JEE this year has been postponed again as Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is yet to announce the JEE (Main) 2015 Paper-1 and Paper-2 ranks. Now the results of JEE Main 2015 are expected to be announced on 30th June. As per Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA), it will take atleast 2 to 3 hours to open the JoSAA portal to the candidates for online registration and choice filling-in at JoSAA site, once CBSE announces the ranks.