The NTA has released the results of the examination late on Friday night amid continuous uncertainty regarding the JEE Main Result. Candidates who have cleared the exam can register for JEE Advanced from today. Students can register online by September 17 till 5 pm. IIT Delhi conducts this examination for admission in IITs across the country. Students should keep in mind that only those candidates who qualify in JEE Main can register for JEE Advanced.
JEE advanced exam will be on September 27
Candidates can register online through the official website of JEE Advanced. Along with this, students will have to submit registration fees before 5 pm on September 18. This computer-based examination will be conducted in two shifts on 27 September, the results of which will be released on 5 October.
Registration for foreign students starts from September 5
IIT Delhi has already started the online registration process for foreign nationals to join JEE Advanced from 5 September. Foreign national candidates who meet the eligibility criteria for the examination will be allowed to sit JEE Advanced directly without joining the JEE Main. Students who qualify in JEE Advanced will be eligible for the JEE Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT). The JEE AAT to be held for admission to the Graduate Courses of Architecture at IIT will be held on 8 October, the result of which will be released on 11 October.
How to fill application form for JEE Advanced 2020
• First go to the official website jeeadv.ac.in.
• Click here to link the application form of candidates JEE Advanced.
• Students will have to fill the document by uploading it.
• Upload a scanned copy of your photograph and signature here as well.
• After this, the application form has to be submitted while depositing the fees.
• After submitting the form, candidates must download a copy of it.
For JEE Advanced, candidates should have 75% number in 12th. Apart from this, JEE Main Examination will also have to be qualified. Only those students born on or after October 1, 1995 can appear in the JEE Advanced Examination. However, five years of relaxation in age has been given for SC, ST, and OBC category.