JEE Advanced 2019

The JEE Advanced is an All India level entrance examination for the IITs, NITs, IIITs, CFTIs for engineering and architecture aspirants into Bachelor’s, Integrated Masters and Dual Degree programs. This exam is conducted only once in a year, whereas the qualifying exam that provides an entry into this, the JEE Main is conducted twice a year by the National Testing Agency (NTA).
The exam is conducted by IIT Roorkee, as an online exam, and JEE Advanced 2019 is set to be conducted on May 27, 2019, this year. The top 2,24,000 candidates from the JEE Mains 2019 Paper I will be eligible for JEE Advanced 2019 exam.

JEE Advanced 2019 Important Dates

Here are the important dates for the JEE Advanced 2019 exam.

Event

Mode

Date

JEE Advanced Paper I & II - Application

Online

May 3-  9, 2019

JEE Advanced Paper I & II – Admit card

Online

May 20 - 27, 2019

JEE Advanced 2019 Exam (Paper 1 & 2)

Online (Two shifts 9 am to 12 pm and 2 pm to 5 pm)

May 27, 2019

Display of Optical Response Sheet (ORS)

Online

May 2019

Display of Answer Key

Online

May 2019

Declaration of JEE Advanced 2019 Result

Online

1st-2nd Week of June 2019

Registration & Choice Fill-In Process

Online

2nd week of June

Mock Allotment Round 1 for candidates who have filled their choices

Online

3rd week of June

Mock Allotment Round 2 for candidates who have filled their choices

Online

3rd week of June

First Round of Seat Allotment

Online

Last Week of June 2019

Seat Allotment Acceptance and reporting to help-center

-

Last Week of June 2019

Second Round of Seat Allotment

Online

1st Week of July 2019

Seat Allotment Acceptance and reporting to help-center

-

1st Week of July 2019

Third Round of Seat Allotment

Online

1st Week – 2nd Week of July 2019

Seat Allotment Acceptance and reporting to help-center

-

2nd Week of July 2019

Fourth Round of Seat Allotment

Online

2nd Week of July 2019

About JEE Advanced 2019 Exam

This exam is one of the toughest entrance exams in India, and the exam is conducted in English and Hindi.

  • This exam is conducted to fill the 10,988 seats across the above-mentioned institutes.
  • The top 2,24,000 candidates selected from the JEE Main 2019 Paper-1 will be eligible for JEE Advanced 2019 exam, based on criteria decided the NTA (National Testing Agency), who conducts the JEE Main examination.
    Students will be able to attempt this exam, only twice in two consecutive years.
  • For eligibility in the General category, candidates should have been born on or after October 1, 1994. Relaxation of 5 years is provided to the candidates belonging to SC/ST/PwD category.
  • For General category students, the application fee has been increased to INR 2600 from this year and GST will also be applicable.
  • The regulatory body of JEE Advanced is JAB (Joint Admission Board), formed by the participating IITs.
    The reservation for PwD candidates has increased from 3% from 5%.
  • Supernumerary seats will be created for female candidates to increase their presence from the existing 8% to 14%.
  • 4000 more candidates will be shortlisted from JEE Main.
  • A total of 5 exam centers must be chosen while filling application form this year, while earlier it used to be 3 centers.
  • Students appearing for JEE Advanced 2019 need to have a minimum of 75% score for General & OBC, and 65% score for SC, ST & PwD in the 12th or equivalent class.
Or
  • They should be in the top 20 percentile category-wise in class 12 or equivalent exam.

JEE Advanced 2019 Exam Pattern

There is no fixed JEE Advanced paper pattern, it is open to change every year, and that makes this exam unpredictable, and thus it remains one of the toughest entrance exams in India. It is also highly competitive, as all the aspirants enroll with the dream of making it to the most prestigious institutions of the country. The exam is conducted in two shifts: morning and afternoon. The JEE Advanced exam timings are 9 am to 12 pm and 2 pm to 5 pm (each of 3-hour duration). The medium of instruction is English and Hindi.
There are two papers in the exam: Paper I and Paper II, consisting of questions in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. Further, each of these three subjects will have questions asked in three sections. The questions will be of Multiple Choice (MCQ) type, Numerical, and Matching List. As for the marking scheme, each question may be awarded full, partial, zero or negative marks based on the question and the allotted marks for the same.
Paper I contains the Objective type (MCQ), while Paper II consists of the numerical type questions. Incorrect answers will be penalized with negative marks and hence students need to be careful about that while answering the paper. The total marks in the JEE Advanced exam are 264 for Paper I and 240 for Paper II.

Note: It is compulsory for students to appear in both the papers. Also, the marks are subject to change.
10 sets of questions will be there in both the Paper I as well as the Paper II and the marking pattern is given below.

Paper I

Section

Question Type

No. of Questions

Marks Awarded

Negative Marking

1

Single correct answer

5

3

-1

2

1 or more correct answer

8

4

-2

3

Single digit integer

5

3

0

Paper II

Section

Question Type

No. of Questions

Marks Awarded

Negative Marking

1

Single correct answer

6

3

-1

2

1 or more correct answer

8

4

-2

3

Comprehensive Type

4

3

0

Differences between JEE Main and JEE Advanced:

1) While JEE Main is the entrance exam for premier institutes for the engineering courses, it becomes the entrance exam for the JEE Advanced, as around 2.24 lakh rank holders from the JEE Main, will become eligible to take the JEE Advanced exam. Hence, unless a student gets the desired ranking, they cannot appear for the JEE Advanced. However, they can try taking the JEE Main three times in a row (consecutively) to try and qualify for the JEE Advanced. And then, they are allowed two consecutive JEE Advanced attempts.

2) While the JEE Main is conducted by the NTA (National Testing Agency) from 2019 onwards, the JEE Advanced is conducted by one of the seven Zonal Coordinating (ZC) IITs on a rotational basis, under the guidance of JAB (Joint Admission Board) every year. This year, the exam will be conducted by IIT Roorkee. 

3) While JEE main aspirants have to be thorough with the 11th and 12th syllabus, the JEE Advanced exam tests the candidate on their analytical and problem-solving approach. The candidate must have in-depth knowledge of all topics and must be comfortable with its application, to be successful in the JEE Advanced.

4) The exam pattern is also different for the JEE Main and the JEE Advanced.

JEE Advanced 2019 Syllabus

The syllabus for Paper I and Paper II of the JEE Advanced examination is usually released by the conducting body every year. This is released well in advance so that the students have a clear idea about what to prepare, and how to go about it. Usually, the students need to refer to Class 11 and 12 NCERT textbooks. However, students must work towards making their concepts strong and understand their applications in the real world as an engineer.

Physics

General Physics

Units and dimensions

Dimensional analysis

Least count

Significant figures

Methods of measurement and error analysis for physical quantities pertaining to the following experiments:

  • Experiments based on using Vernier calipers and screw gauge
  • Determination of g using a simple pendulum
  • Young’s modulus by Searle’s method
  • Specific heat of a liquid using a calorimeter
  • The focal length of a concave mirror and a convex lens using a u-v method
  • Speed of sound using resonance column
  • Verification of Ohm's law using voltmeter and ammeter
  • The specific resistance of the material of a wire using meter bridge and post office box

Mechanics

Kinematics (in one and two dimensions (Cartesian coordinates only)

Projectiles

Uniform circular motion

Relative velocity

Newton’s laws of motion

Inertial and uniformly accelerated frames of reference

Static and dynamic friction

Kinetic and potential energy

Work, energy, and power

Conservation of linear momentum and Mechanical energy

Systems of particles

Centre of mass and its motion

Impulse

Elastic and inelastic collisions

Law of gravitation

Gravitational potential and field

Acceleration due to gravity

The motion of planets and satellites in circular orbits

Escape velocity

Rigid body

Moment of inertia

Parallel and perpendicular axes theorems

Moment of inertia of uniform bodies with simple geometrical shapes

Angular momentum

Torque

Conservation of angular momentum

Dynamics of rigid bodies with a fixed axis of rotation

Rolling without slipping of rings

Cylinders and spheres

Equilibrium of rigid bodies

The collision of point masses with rigid bodies

Linear and angular simple harmonic motions

Hooke’s law

Young’s modulus

Pressure in a fluid

Pascal’s law

Buoyancy

Surface energy and surface tension

Capillary rise

Viscosity

Stoke’s law

Terminal velocity

Streamline flow

Equation of continuity

Bernoulli’s theorem and its applications

Wave motion plane waves only

Longitudinal and transverse waves

Superposition of waves

Progressive and stationary waves

The vibration of strings and air columns

Resonance

Beats

Speed of sound in gases

Doppler effect in sound

Thermal Physics

Thermal expansion of solids, liquids, and gases

Calorimetry

Latent heat

Heat conduction in one dimension

Elementary concepts of convection and Radiation

Newton’s law of cooling

Ideal gas laws

Specific heats (Cv and Cp for monoatomic and diatomic gases)

Isothermal and adiabatic processes

The bulk modulus of gases

Equivalence of heat and work

The first law of thermodynamics and its applications

Blackbody radiation

Absorptive and emissive powers

Kirchhoff’s law

Wien’s displacement law

Stefan’s law

Electricity and Magnetism

Coulomb’s law

Electric field and potential

The electrical potential energy of a system of point charges and of electrical dipoles in a uniform electrostatic field

Electric field lines

The flux of the electric field

Gauss’s law and its application in simple cases

Capacitance

Parallel plate capacitor with and without dielectrics

Capacitors in series and parallel

Energy stored in a capacitor

Electric current

Ohm’s law

Series and parallel arrangements of resistances and cells

Kirchhoff’s laws and simple applications

Heating effect of current

Biot-Savart’s law and Ampere’s law

Magnetic field near a current-carrying Straight wire, along the axis of a circular coil and inside a long straight solenoid

Force on a moving charge and on a current-carrying wire in a uniform magnetic field

The magnetic moment of a current loop

Effect of a uniform magnetic field on a current loop

Moving coil Galvanometer, Voltmeter, Ammeter, and their conversions

Electromagnetic induction

Faraday’s law

Lenz’s law

Self and mutual inductance

RC, LR and LC Circuits with d.c. and a.c. sources

Optics

Rectilinear propagation of light

Reflection and refraction at plane and spherical surfaces

Total internal reflection

Deviation and dispersion of light by a prism thin lenses

Combinations of mirrors and thin lenses

Magnification

Wave nature of light

Huygen’s principle, interference limited to Young’s double-slit experiment

Modern Physics

Atomic nucleus

Α and β and γ radiations

Law of radioactive decay

Decay constant

Half-life and mean life

Binding energy and its calculation

Fission and fusion processes

Energy calculation in these processes

Photoelectric effect

Bohr’s theory of Hydrogen-like atoms

Characteristic and continuous X-Rays

Moseley’s law

de Broglie wavelength of matter waves

Chemistry

Physical Chemistry

General

Concept of atoms and molecules

Dalton’s atomic theory

Mole concept

Chemical formula

Balanced chemical equations

Calculations involving common oxidation-reduction

Neutralization and displacement reactions

Concentration in terms of mole fraction, molarity, molality and normality

Gaseous and Liquid States

The absolute scale of temperature

Ideal gas equation

Deviation from ideality

Van der Waals equation

Kinetic theory of gases

Average

Root mean square and most probable velocities and their relation with temperature

Law of partial pressures

Vapour pressure

Diffusion of gases

Atomic Structure and Chemical Bonding

Bohr model

The spectrum of the Hydrogen atom

Quantum numbers

Wave-particle duality

de Broglie hypothesis

Uncertainty principle

Qualitative quantum mechanical picture of the Hydrogen atom

Shapes of s, p and d orbitals

Electronic configurations of elements up to atomic number 36

Aufbau principle

Pauli’s exclusion principle and Hund’s rule

Orbital overlap and covalent bond

Hybridization involving s, p and d orbitals

Orbital energy diagrams for homonuclear diatomic species

Hydrogen bond

Polarity in molecules

Dipole moment

VSEPR model and shapes of molecules

Energetics

The first law of thermodynamics

Internal energy, work, and heat

Pressure-volume work

Enthalpy

Hess’s law

Heat of reaction

Fusion and vaporization

The second law of thermodynamics

Entropy

Free energy

Criterion of spontaneity

Chemical Equilibrium

Law of mass action

Equilibrium constant

Le Chatelier’s principle

Significance of  ΔG and ΔG0 in chemical equilibrium

Solubility product

Common ion effect

pH and buffer solutions

Acids and Bases

Hydrolysis of salts

Electrochemistry

Electrochemical cells and cell reactions

Standard electrode potentials

Nernst equation and its relation to ΔG

Electrochemical series

Emf of galvanic cells

Faraday’s laws of electrolysis

Electrolytic conductance, specific equivalent, and molar conductivity

Kohlrausch’s Law

Concentration cells

Chemical Kinetics

Rates of chemical reactions

Order of reactions

Rate constant

First order reactions

Temperature dependence of rate constant

Solid State

Classification of solids

Crystalline state

Seven crystal systems

Close-packed structure of solids

Packing in fcc, bcc and hcp lattices

Nearest neighbors

Ionic Radii

Simple ionic compounds

Point defects

Solutions

Raoult’s law

Molecular weight determination due to lowering of vapor pressure

Elevation of boiling point and depression of freezing point

Surface Chemistry

Elementary concepts of adsorption

Colloids and their types

Methods of preparation and general properties

Elementary ideas of emulsions

Surfactants and micelles

Nuclear chemistry

Radioactivity

Isotopes and Isobars

Properties of α, β and γ rays

Kinetics of radioactive decay

Carbon dating

Stability of nuclei with respect to proton-neutron ratio

A brief discussion on fission and fusion reactions

Inorganic Chemistry

Isolation/preparation and properties of the following non-metals

Boron

Silicon

Nitrogen

Phosphorus

Oxygen

Sulphur

Halogens

Properties of allotropes of carbon

Phosphorus and Sulphur

Preparation and properties of the following compounds

Oxides

Peroxides

Hydroxides

Carbonates

Bicarbonates

Chlorides and sulphates of sodium

Potassium

Magnesium

Calcium

Boron: Diborane, Boric acid, and borax

Aluminum: Alumina, Aluminium chloride and alums

Carbon: Oxides and oxyacid

Silicon: Silicones, Silicates, and Silicon Carbide

Nitrogen: Oxides, Oxyacids and Ammonia

Phosphorus: Oxides, Oxyacids and Phosphine

Oxygen: Ozone and Hydrogen Peroxide

Peroxide

Sulphur: Hydrogen sulphide, Oxides, Sulphurous acid, Sulphuric acid, and Sodium Thiosulfate

Halogens: Hydrohalic acids, Oxides, and Oxyacids of Chlorine, Bleaching powder and Xenon fluorides

Transition elements - 3d series

Definition

General characteristics

Oxidation states and their stabilities

Colour and calculation of spin-only magnetic moment

Coordination compounds

Nomenclature of mononuclear coordination compounds

Cis-trans and ionization isomerisms

Hybridization and geometries of mononuclear coordination compounds

Ores and minerals

Commonly occurring ores and minerals of Iron, Copper, Tin, Lead, Magnesium, Aluminium, Zinc and Silver

Preparation and Properties of the following compounds

Oxides and Chlorides of Tin and Lead

Oxides, chlorides, and sulphates of Fe2+, Cu2+, and Zn2+

Potassium Permanganate

Potassium Dichromate

Silver Oxide

Silver Nitrate

Silver Thiosulphate

Extractive Metallurgy

Chemical principles and reactions only

Carbon reduction method (Iron and Tin)

Self-reduction method (Copper and Lead)

Electrolytic reduction method (Magnesium and Aluminium)

Cyanide process (Silver and Gold)

Principles of qualitative analysis

Groups I to V elements

Nitrates

Halides (excluding Flouride)

Sulphate and Sulphide

Organic chemistry

Concepts

Hybridization of carbon

σ and π-bonds

Shapes of simple organic molecules

Structural and geometrical isomerism

Optical isomerism of compounds containing up to two asymmetric centers

IUPAC nomenclature of simple organic compounds

Conformations of ethane and butane

Resonance and hyperconjugation

Keto-enol tautomerism

Determination of empirical and molecular formulae of simple compounds

Hydrogen bonds: Definition and their effects on physical properties of alcohols and carboxylic acids

Inductive and resonance effects on acidity and basicity of organic acids and bases

Polarity and inductive effects in alkyl halides

Reactive intermediates produced during homolytic and heterolytic bond cleavage

Formation, structure, and stability of carbocations, carbanions and free radicals

Preparation, properties, and reactions of alkanes

Homologous series

Physical properties of alkanes

Combustion and halogenation of alkanes

Preparation of alkanes by Wurtz reaction and decarboxylation reactions

Preparation, properties, and reactions of alkenes and alkynes

Physical properties of alkenes and alkynes

Acidity of alkynes

Acid-catalyzed hydration of alkenes and alkynes

Reactions of alkenes with kmno and ozone

Reduction of alkenes and alkynes

Preparation of alkenes and alkynes by elimination reactions

Electrophilic addition reactions of alkenes

Addition reactions of alkynes

Metal acetylides

Reactions of benzene

Structure and aromaticity

Electrophilic substitution reactions: Halogenation, Nitration, Sulphonation

Friedel-crafts alkylation and acylation

Effect of o-, m- and p-directing groups in monosubstituted benzenes

Phenols

Acidity

Electrophilic substitution reactions

Reimer-Tiemann reaction

Kolbe reaction

Typical reactions of the following including those mentioned above

Alkyl halides: Rearrangement reactions of alkyl carbocation, Grignard reactions, Nucleophilic substitution reactions

Alcohols: Esterification, Dehydration, and oxidation, Reaction with sodium, Phosphorus halides, Conversion of alcohols into aldehydes and ketones

Ethers: Preparation by Williamson’s synthesis, Aldehydes and Ketones, Oxidation, Reduction, Oxime, and hydrazone formation

Aldol condensation

Perkin reaction

Cannizzaro reaction

Haloform reaction and nucleophilic addition reactions

Carboxylic Acids: Formation of esters, Acid chlorides and amides, Ester hydrolysis

Amines: Basicity of substituted anilines and aliphatic amines, Preparation from nitro compounds, Reaction with nitrous acid

Azo coupling reaction of diazonium salts of aromatic amines, Sandmeyer and related reactions of diazonium salts

Carbylamine reaction

Haloarenes: Nucleophilic aromatic substitution in haloarenes and substituted haloarenes

Carbohydrates

Classification

Mono and disaccharides

Oxidation

Reduction

Glycoside formation and hydrolysis of sucrose

Amino acids and Peptides

General structure (only primary structure for peptides) and physical properties

Properties and uses of some important polymers

Natural rubber

Cellulose

Nylon

Teflon

PVC

Practical Organic Chemistry

Detection of elements

Detection and identification of the following functional groups: Hydroxyl, Carbonyl, Carboxyl, Amino, and Nitro

Chemical methods of separation of mono-functional organic compounds from binary mixtures

Mathematics

Algebra

Algebra of complex numbers

Addition

Multiplication

Conjugation

Polar representation

Properties of modulus and principal argument

Triangle inequality

Cube roots of unity

Geometric interpretations

Quadratic equations with real coefficients

Relations between roots and coefficients

Formation of quadratic equations with given roots

Symmetric functions of roots

Arithmetic, geometric and harmonic progressions

Arithmetic, geometric and harmonic means

Sums of finite arithmetic and geometric progressions

Infinite geometric series

Sums of squares and cubes of the first n natural numbers

Logarithms and their properties

Permutations and combinations

Computation of the probability of events using permutations and combinations

Binomial theorem for a positive integral index

Properties of binomial coefficients

Matrices

Matrices as a rectangular array of real numbers

Equality of matrices

Addition and multiplication by a scalar and product of matrices

Transpose of a matrix

The determinant of a square matrix of order up to three

The inverse of a square matrix of order up to three

Properties of these matrix operations

Diagonal, symmetric and skew-symmetric matrices and their properties

Solutions of simultaneous linear equations in two or three variables

Probability

Addition and multiplication rules of probability

Conditional probability

Bayes theorem

Independence of events

computation of probability of events using permutations and combinations

Trigonometry

Trigonometric functions and their periodicity and graphs

Addition and subtraction formulae

Formulae involving multiple and sub-multiple angles

The general solution of trigonometric equations

Relations between sides and angles of a triangle

Sine rule

Cosine rule

Half-angle formula and the area of a triangle

Inverse Trigonometric Functions

Analytical Geometry

Two dimensions: Cartesian coordinates, Distance between two points, Section formulae, Shift of origin

Equation of a straight line in various forms

The angle between two lines

The distance of a point from a line

Lines through the point of intersection of two given lines

Equation of the bisector of the angle between two lines

Concurrency of lines

Centroid

Orthocentre

Incentre and circumcentre of a triangle

Equation of a circle in various forms

Equations of tangent

Normal and chord

Parametric equations of a circle

The intersection of a circle with a straight line or a circle

Equation of a circle through the points of intersection of two circles and those of a circle and a straight line

Equations of a parabola, ellipse, and hyperbola in standard form and their foci, directrices, and eccentricity

Parametric equations

Equations of tangent and normal

Locus problems

Three dimensions: Direction cosines and direction ratios, Equation of a straight line in space, Equation of a plane, Distance of a point from a plane

Differential calculus

Real-valued functions of a real variable, into, onto and one-to-one functions,

Sum, difference, product, and quotient of two functions

Composite functions

Absolute value

Polynomial

Rational

Trigonometric

Exponential and logarithmic functions

Limit and continuity of a function

Limit and continuity of the sum, difference, product, and quotient of two functions

L’hospital rule of evaluation of limits of functions

Even and odd functions

The inverse of a function

Continuity of composite functions

Intermediate value property of continuous functions

The derivative of a function

The derivative of the sum, difference, product, and quotient of two functions

Chain rule

Derivatives of polynomial

Inverse trigonometric

Derivatives of implicit functions

Derivatives up to order two, geometrical interpretation of the derivative

Tangents and normals

Increasing and decreasing functions

Maximum and minimum values of a function

Rolle’s theorem and Lagrange’s mean value theorem

Integral calculus

Integration as the inverse process of differentiation

Definite integrals and their properties

The fundamental theorem of integral calculus

Integration by parts

The methods of substitution and partial fractions

Application of definite integrals to the determination of areas involving simple curves

Formation of ordinary differential equations

The solution of homogeneous differential equations

Separation of variables method

Linear first order differential equations

Vectors

Addition of vectors

Scalar multiplication

Dot and cross products

Scalar triple products and their geometrical interpretations

JEE Advanced 2019 Eligibility Criteria

Given below is the eligibility for JEE Advanced 2019 exam.
  1. Age Limit - Candidates should be of the born on or after October 1, 1994. For candidates from SC/ST category, a relaxation of 5 years is provided on the age limit.
  2. Performance in JEE Main 2019 – Among top 2, 24,000 All India Rank holders in JEE Main 2019 Paper 1.
  3. 12th Standard Status - Should have passed the 12th standard qualifying (or equivalent) examination in 2018. Those who are appearing for the exam in 2019 will also be eligible for JEE Advanced. Requires a minimum of 75% score for General & OBC and 65% score for SC, ST & PwD in 12th or equivalent class. OR
  4. The candidate should be in the top 20 percentile category-wise in class 12 or equivalent exam.
JEE Advanced attempts - The JEE Advanced 2019 aspirants can appear for the exam only two times consecutively.

JEE Advanced 2019 Application Form

Registration: The online application form can be filled in by the students on 3rd May 2019, by logging in using their JEE Main 2019 Roll Number and Date of Birth. For this, they would have to visit the official JEE Advanced website, jeeadv.ac.in.
Document uploading: The next step is to upload the scanned copies of all documents and certificated as requested. These are:
  • Xth standard certificate or Birth Certificate.
  • Class XII or equivalent certificate for those applications.
  • Category certificate if applicable.
  • Any additional certificates or documents as required for those applications.
Payment: The students would then need to make the payment using Debit/Credit/Internet Banking or by Cash using the SBI branch option for the application form as below:
Within India:
Indian Nationals, including PIO/OCI:
  • Female Candidates: INR 1300 + GST
  • SC, ST, PWD Candidates: INR 1300+ GST
  • All other candidates: INR 2600+ GST
Foreign Nationals (SAARC Countries):
  • All Candidates: USD 75 + GST
Foreign Nationals (Non-SAARC Countries):
  • All Candidates: USD 150+ GST
Submission and Printout: Once all details are entered and the payment is made, the application form can be submitted online and a printout of the confirmation for the same can be taken for reference.
Outside India:
  • All Indian Nationals (including PIO/OCI): USD 75 + GST
  • Candidates from SAARC countries: USD 75 + GST
  • Candidates from Non-SAARC countries: USD 150 + GST

JEE Advanced 2019 Admit card

The students will be able to download the admit card for the JEE Advanced 2019 from the jeeadv.ac.in on the 20th May 2019. Click on the Admit Card link and provide the application number and password used for the registration, check and confirm details and take a printout to be carried along for the exam, along with ID proof. The reporting time and instructions to be followed at the exam center will be mentioned on the admit card and that needs to be followed.
Note: Valid Admit Card and ID proof is a must for writing the examination.

JEE Advanced 2019 Exam Centres

  • JEE Advanced exam centers have been set up in 161 cities for the year 2019.
  • The students have to choose one among the five exam centers from an IIT zone mandatorily while making the registration. No request for change of the exam center will be entertained.
The exam centres are:

Goa – Panaji, Margoa
Gujarat – Ahmedabad, Bhavnagar, Bhuj, Gandhinagar, Rajkot, Surat, Vadodara
Karnataka – Bengaluru, Dharwad, Gulbarga, Mangaluru, Mysuru
Maharashtra – Amravati, Aurangabad, Kolhapur, Mumbai, Nagpur, Nanded, Nashik, Navi Mumbai, Pune, Thane, Vasai
Delhi - East Delhi, North Delhi, South Delhi, West Delhi
Haryana – Faridabad, Gurugram, Palwal, Ambala, Bahadurgarh, Hisar, Kurukshetra, Panipat
Uttar Pradesh - Greater Noida, Noida, Allahabad, Faizabad, Gorakhpur, Jhansi, Kanpur, Lucknow, Varanasi, Agra, Aligarh, Bareilly, Ghaziabad, Mathura, Meerut, Moradabad
Jammu and Kashmir – Jammu
Rajasthan – Ajmer, Alwar, Bikaner, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Sikar, Udaipur
Arunachal Pradesh – Naharlagun,
Assam – Guwahati, Jorhat, Silchar, Tezpur
Bihar – Arrah, Bhagalpur, Bihar Sharif, Darbhanga, Gaya, Muzaffarpur, Patna, Purnea, Samastipur
Manipur – Imphal
Meghalaya – Shillong
Mizoram – Aizawal
West Bengal – Siliguri, Asansol, Durgapur, Kalyani, Kharagpur, Baharampur
Sikkim – Gangtok
Tripura – Agartala
Madhya Pradesh – Bhopal, Indore, Jabalpur, Gwalior
Andaman and Nicobar Islands - Port Blair
Andhra Pradesh – Visakhapatnam, Anantapur, Eluru, Guntur, Kakinada, Kurnool, Nellore, Ongole, Rajahmundry, Tirupati, Vijayawada
Chhattisgarh – Bhilai, Bilaspur, Raipur
Jharkhand – Bokaro, Dhanbad Jamshedpur, Ranchi
Odisha – Berhampur, Bhubaneshwar, Cuttack, Rourkela
Kerala – Alappuzha, Kannur, Kasaragod, Kochi, Kollam, Kottayam, Kozhikode, Malappuram, Palakkad, Thiruvananthapuram, Thrissur
Puducherry – Puducherry,
Tamil Nadu – Chennai, Tirunelveli, Coimbatore, Madurai, Salem, Tiruchirappalli
Telangana – Hyderabad, Karimnagar, Khammam, Mahabubnagar, Nizamabad, Warangal
Chandigarh – Chandigarh
Himachal Pradesh – Hamirpur, Mandi, Shimla
Punjab – Amritsar, Bathinda, Jalandhar, Ludhiana, Mohali, Patiala
Uttarakhand – Dehradun, Haldwani, Haridwar, Bhimtal, Roorkee

JEE Advanced Question Papers

Here is the link to the question papers of the past years for reference from the JEE Advanced official site:
Links to a few question papers and answer keys of the past years can also be found here at the Embibe site:

JEE Advanced 2019 Important Books

Apart from the NCERT books and the other suggested reading materials, here are a few books that can be referred, for the JEE Advanced 2019 preparation, subject wise.

Physics:

HC Verma – Concepts of Physics (Part I)
HC Verma – Concepts of physics (Part II)
IIT JEE Physics – DC Pandey
Problems in General Physics – I.E. Irodov
Physics for IIT-JEE- Resnick, Halliday, Walker.
Problems in Physics- S.S. Krotov

Chemistry:

Organic Chemistry – Morrison & Boyd
Organic Chemistry – O.P Tandon.
Modern Approach to Chemical Calculations – R.C. Mukherjee
Numerical Chemistry – P. Bahadur
Concise Inorganic Chemistry – J.D. Lee

Mathematics:

IIT Mathematics – M.L. Khanna
Differential Calculus – A Das Gupta
Class XI & XII Mathematics- R.D. Sharma.
Trigonometry, Geometry Books- S.L. Loney.
Problems in Calculus of One Variable- I.A. Maron
Higher Algebra- Hall and Knight

JEE Advanced 2019 Answer Key

The online answer key release date is given as June 4, 2019. Based on this, students will be able to calculate their probable scores, even before the official results are announced. If the students have any objections or suggestions for the answer keys, the same can be provided to the authorities and it will be considered, if applicable before the final answer key is fixed. The feedback can be provided online till the next day June 5, 5 pm, once the answer keys are released at 10 am on  Jun 4, 2019.

JEE Advanced 2019 Result

The JEE Advanced 2019 online result is set to be announced at Jun 14 10 am and the subject-wise scores along with the total marks and All India Ranks (AIR) are set to be announced by the authorities. Candidates can enter their registration number, date of birth, mobile number and email address at the official JEE Advanced official site by clicking on the concerned link and click on submit to check their score. A printout may also be taken for reference.

JEE Advanced 2019 Cut off

A minimum cut off will be set institute and category wise for counseling and admission process by the authorities, and the same will be announced. There will be a qualifying cut off as well as an admission cut off that will be applicable. The qualifying cut off of JEE Advanced 2019 consists of the minimum marks that the candidates will have to secure, in order to be listed in the rank list. Admission cut off is the minimum ranks which the candidates will have to secure, to have higher chances of admissions into the participating institutes.
A candidate must obtain the below marks to qualify:
  • Total marks to obtain in Paper I and II- 372 (186 in each paper)
  • Total marks in Physics- 124 (62 each in Paper I and Paper II)
  • Total marks in Chemistry- 124 (62 each in Paper I and Paper II)
  • Total marks in Mathematics- 124 (62 each in Paper I and Paper II)
Previous Year cut off:

Category

Minimum Marks in Each Subject

Minimum Aggregate Marks

Revised Minimum Aggregate Marks

Common rank list (CRL)   

12

126

90

OBC- NCL

11

114

81

SC

6

63

45

ST

6

63

45

Common-PwD           rank list

6

63

45

OBC-NCL-PwD           rank list

6

64

45

SC-PwD rank list  

6

64

45

ST-PwD  rank list

6

64

45

Preparatory course rank lists

3

32

23

The official rank list of the last four years is available at https://jeeadv.ac.in/archives/opening-and-closing-ranks.html.

JEE Advanced 2019 Counselling

The counseling for JEE Advanced 2019 will be organized and managed by JoSAA (Joint Seat Allocation Authority) for admission to IITs & ISM Dhanbad.  The dates will be announced and are expected in June 2019.
Step by Step Process:
  1. Registration
  • Visit https://jeeadv.ac in to register
  • Enter the registration number, roll number, date of birth and password
  1. Online Filling of Choice
  • Log in using  the credentials to choose the branch, course, and institute as per your choice
  • Lock and confirm the final choices and take a printout for your reference.
  1. Seat Allotment
The seat allotment will be divided into three categories as mentioned below:
  • On the basis of Date of Birth (DOB)
  • Nationality
  • Percentage of disability
  1. Provisional Offer Letter and Confirmation Process
Based on the information filled in by the students in step 3, the JOSAA will allot the candidate a college depending on his/her ranks, as is eligible.
  1. Document Verification
At the physical document verification, the following documents will need to be carried by the student.
  • 2 Passport Size Photos
  • Marksheet of 10th & 12th
  • JEE Advanced Provisional Seat Allocation Letter
  • JEE Advanced 2019 Rank Card
  • JEE Advanced Counselling Form
  • JEE Advanced 2019 Admit Card
  • Category Certificate, if any
  • Medical Fitness Certificate
Note: Students will have to report in the allotted institute in person. If a switch of college on account of the vacancy in another college is required, the student will have to be present in self again in the new college.
The other institutes apart from the participating ones that accept JEE Advanced for admission are:
  • Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore
  • Indian Institute of Petroleum and Energy (IIPE), Visakhapatnam
  • Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISER), Bhopal
  • Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISER), Mohali
  • Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISER), Kolkata
  • Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISER), Pune
  • Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISER), Thiruvananthapuram
  • Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology (IIST), Thiruvananthapuram
  • Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology (RGIPT), Rae Bareli

Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT)

The B. Arch program is available at IIT Kharagpur and IIT Roorkee only and to gain entry for this, the candidates must appear and PASS the Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT). Only those candidates who have qualified in JEE Advanced 2019 can appear in AAT 2019. The online registration for this will be opened at 14th Jun 2019, 10 am at the JEE Advanced official site. Students can register till 15th Jun 2019 until 5 pm. The test is scheduled to be held on Monday 17th Jun 2019 and the results will be declared on 21st Jun 2019, 5 pm.
This will be an offline exam, conducted in English for three hours, however, the results will be announced in an online mode only. To check the result, the students can log in at the official JEE Advanced website with their registration number, date of birth, mobile number and email address. Once the result is made available, the same can be checked and a printout can be taken for reference.

FAQs related to the JEE Advanced 2019 Exam

Listed below are a few common FAQs.

Q1. Can I register for the JEE Advanced 2019 without uploading the Class XII certificate if the results are not out?
A: Yes, you can.

Q2. If the Class 12 marks card and certificate are available as two documents, which one should I upload?
A: Please upload the Class 12 marks card.

Q3. Is it possible to appear for the Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT) without writing
JEE Advanced 2019?
A: No, since the qualification to appear for AAT is through the JEE Advanced 2019.

Q4. Are PIO and OCI card holders eligible to appear in the exam?
A: Yes. PIO and OCI card holders are eligible. Detailed information is available on the JEE Advanced official site.

Q5. If I have appeared for the Class 12 exam for the first time in 2017, can I appear for the
JEE Advanced 2019 exam?
Ans: Yes, as long as you satisfy the JEE Advanced eligibility criteria for the exam mentioned.

Q6. Is there any way to change the category mentioned in JEE Main for the
JEE Advanced 2019 exam?
A: No, the information provided during JEE Main 2019 cannot be changed.

Q7. Can any category certificate be uploaded later?
A: No, a valid certificate issued on or after April 1, 2019, should be uploaded on to avail the said category benefits.

Q8. Is a PwD candidate with a 40% disability and a PwD certificate eligible to take the benefits of the scribe and the extra hour during the
JEE Advanced 2019 exam?
A: The services of the scribe are available to only those who are visually impaired or dyslexic or have the disability in the upper limbs. The request for the scribe should be mentioned while registering for JEE Advanced 2019 and can avail the same with permission only.

Q9. If I have taken admission in NIT in 2017, am I eligible to appear for the
JEE Advanced 2019?
A: Yes.

Q10. If I was allotted a seat in JoSAA 2017 but had neither paid acceptance fees nor reported to any center, am I eligible to appear for
JEE Advanced 2019?
A: Yes.

Q11. What if I was allotted a seat in JoSAA 2017, had paid acceptance fees but had withdrawn it before last round?
A: Yes, you are still eligible to appear for JEE Advanced 2019. For more details, see section – Earlier admission in IITs in JEE Advanced eligibility criteria.

Q12. What is to be done if I face any issues with downloading and printing of Admit Card?
A: You must approach the chairman of your zonal coordinating IIT for resolution immediately.

Q13. If absent myself in any paper, will my result still be displayed?
A: No, appearance for both the papers are compulsory.
Q14. Is it necessary to choose the language of the question paper at the time of JEE Advance registration?
A: No. The choice of language (Hindi/English) is shown at the start of the online test and it can also be changed anytime during the exam.

Q15. Are rough sheets allowed/provided?
A: Yes.

Q16. Can the answers be changed during the course of the exam?
A: Yes.

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