Qualifying JEE Advanced is an admission requirement for all the undergraduate engineering courses that are offered at the IITs and ISM, Dhanbad. There are numerous specialization options that are offered by these colleges in the branch of engineering. Apart from the regular engineering streams such as Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, and Electrical Engineering, there are also several new branches of engineering that are being offered by these prestigious institutes. Choosing the right branch could be crucial for JEE Advanced aspirants. Deciding upon the right branch can, however, be quite tricky as there are a number of factors that need to be taken into consideration, such as the aptitude and interest in the particular stream, scope of the stream etc. While students should be flexible to branch options depending on their JEE Advanced score, the JEE Advanced Branch Predictor is an effective tool that can be used to predetermine the streams/branches that students could possibly opt for.
Soon after the engineering entrance exam has been conducted, several top coaching institutes in India will publish the answer keys to the exam. These answer keys can be used by candidates to calculate their approximate scores in the entrance test. Candidates can then move on to use the rank predictor tool to find their probable rank. Once students have both their expected scores and rank in hand, they can use the JEE Advanced 2016 Branch Predictor to find out all the possible engineering streams that they can opt for against the marks that they have scored.
The purposeful use of the branch predictor for JEE Advanced 2016 is to help students zero in on at least three to four branches of their interest and then decide on the best among the equals. All that students will be required to do, is to fill in a few essential details such as their category, actual or expected AIR etc. The JEE Advanced Branch Predictor will then list out the best options that are available against the particular rank that has been entered and the seat allocation pattern for JEE Advanced. This could avoid any unnecessary confusion during the last stage of counselling. After candidates have done an extensive review of the colleges and branch preferences that are available against their given parameters, they would have a clear idea of where they stand. The branch predictor for JEE Advanced will, therefore, ensure that candidates are armed with all their choices, by the time they appear for the counselling round.
At a recent meeting of the Joint Admission Board of IITs, in New Delhi, Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) has proposed to go completely online with JEE Advanced from the academic year 2016-17 onwards. JEE Advanced Examination is the gateway for the candidates to... Read more
On Sunday, in a meeting at IIT-Guwahati, JEE Apex Board (JAB) decided, to allow more entrants to write JEE Advanced. The decision had been proposed to IIT council, which is chaired by HRD minister Smriti Irani. The proposal aims to increase the number of exam takers from 1.5 lakh to 2 lakh.... Read more
The Joint Entrance Exam Advanced also known as JEE Advanced is the second paper of JEE. The first paper of JEE is JEE Main, qualifying which is a mandatory criterion for writing the Advanced paper. The JEE Advanced Application Form 2016 will be available for download in the month... Read more
Most probably, the JEE Advanced 2016 Online Registration will begin in the 1st week of May 2016. As always, the registration portal will open only for a week and JEE Main 2016 qualifiers will have to fill the form in the prescribed format. Apart from registering online, no other medium... Read more
JEE Advanced 2016 Answer Key by FITJEE will be helpful for the candidates those who want to check their answers after the completion of the exam. As FITJEE is a well known institute, therefore a huge number of candidates prefer the answer key released by the institute for checking their answers.... Read more