Despite, students those who are aspiring to study in prestigious IIT's (Indain Institute of Technology) will have to sit for one extra exam in order to be eligible to join in these these institutions. Earlier, IIT's has approved a formula for admissions to undergraduate engineering programmes in centrally funded institutions which advocated the preparation of merit lists based on the performance of the 20percentile of successful in class 12 board exam in the proposed advanced test.
After a long time of considerations with the IIT's it was finally decided that the JEE(Main) 2013 will be conducted by the CBSE (Central Board of Secondary education). JEE is mainly for admissions into undergraduate engineering and technology courses at National Institutes of Technology (NIT), IIIT's (Indian Institutes of Information Technology), Delhi Technological University (DTU) and other Centrally Funded Institutes.
The JEE (Main) which is Paper1 of earlier AIEEE will be held on April 7, 2013 in both Online and Offline mode of examination. Later, merit lists will be considered s 40% weightage for Class 12 and 60% to the performance in JEE (Main) Examination.
IIT's admission process is based on the two-tier test. The first test will be JEE (Main) and second will be JEE (Advanced), where only the top 1.5 lakh candidates will be eligible to take up the advanced test.
On the other hand, the NEET entrance which is conducted for Medical course will also be held by the CBSE, on 5th of May 2013. The NEET is held in order to cater admissions in all Government and private medical and dental colleges in the country based on the merit list.
According to the sources, over 10 lakh candidates are expected to take up NEET next year. The NEET 2013 Scores Common merit will be used for admissions to a total no. of 355 Medical Colleges across the country.
The syllabus for this examination has already been notified. For more details check below links :
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