In the JEE (main), students will have to work hard to rank good, so that they will be eligible for admissions in IITs. Only top 1,50,000 rankers in JEE (main) will be allowed to appear for JEE (advanced). Students from all categories such as general, OBC, SC and ST, who have secured top rank in JEE (main) will be allowed to appear for JEE (advanced).
The JEE (main) – Paper I of earlier AIEEE, for B.E./B.Tech will have the offline examination on April 7, 2013 and the online examinations will be held after the offline examination in April 2013. Admissions to these courses will also be held in April 2013 at NITs, IIITs, DTU, Delhi and other CFTIs. The JEE (main) paper I will have one objective type question paper. The duration of the paper will be three hours. The paper will be of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
Admissions to B.Arch/B.Planning will take place after the examination (Paper II of earlier AIEEE), that will be held on April 7, 2013 in offline mode only. It will have one question paper consisting of Mathematics, Aptitude Test and Drawing Test as per past practice of AIEEE and duration of the paper is three hours.
CBSE has not announced the date for JEE (Advanced) for IIT admissions, it is likely to take place on June 2, 2013. The test will be conducted in in two sessions: morning and afternoon, along the lines of IIT-JEE. It will have multiple choice questions.
Source: Deccan Chronicle