ABOUT IIT-JEE EXAMS
The Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Examination (popularly known as IIT-JEE or just JEE) is an annual college entrance examination in India. A total of seventeen colleges use JEE as a sole criterion for admission to their undergraduate programs. The seventeen colleges include the seven old and eight new Indian Institutes of Technology, IT-BHU Varanasi, and ISM Dhanbad. It is one of the toughest engineering entrance exams in the world with a success rate of around 1 in 45. Candidates who qualify in the IIT-JEE can apply for admission to the B.Arch (Bachelor of Architecture), B.Des (Bachelor of Design), B.Tech (Bachelor of Technology), Dual Degree (Integrated Bachelor of Technology and Master of Technology), Integrated M.Sc. (Master of Sciences) and Integrated Msc (Tech) (Master of Sciences and Technology) courses in the various institutes. Achieving entrance into an IIT is often considered the pinnacle of achievement for a student of the sciences, and the IITs/IT-BHU/ISM attract most of the brightest students of the nation.
Examination Pattern of IIT-JEE
IIT-JEE is a single-stage examination divided into two papers. Each paper is of three hours and consists of three separate sections, comprising of questions from Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics.