The CBSE announced the list of help centres for JEE Main 2013. Aspirants can check the help centres for JEE 2013 across the country. Around 44 centres have been announced and more are expected to be added over the next few weeks. The services at these centres will be available free of cost.
Click here to know the list of JEE Main 2013 Help Centres.
While JEE Main can be taken up by all engineering aspirants, only 1.5 lakh shortlisted students from the JEE Main will be eligible for the JEE Advanced. Admission to the IITs will be done on the basis of category wise All India Rank obtained in JEE Advanced. For admission to the NITs 40% weightage will be given to Class 12 board exams marks and remaining 60% weightage for the JEE Main score. Both the scores will be combined to finalize the All India Rank.
Further, the board has decided that if a state chooses to enroll students in engineering institutes affiliated to state universities which requires a separate merit list prepared on the basis of relative weightage approved by it, then merit list will be prepared considering the same.
CBSE notifies that states have the autonomy to choose their language for conducting JEE Main for admission to engineering colleges and universities. The JEE Main exam paper will be available in English and Hindi mode of languages.
The Application form for the JEE (Main) 2013 will be available online from November 01, 2012. There will be no sale of paper application forms.
Click here to know the Joint Entrance Examination (Main) Pattern.