New Delhi: IIT JEE is being held at over 1,000 centres across the country for admission to nearly over 9,500 undergraduate seats in the 15 Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs).
Many other reputed educational institutions also consider JEE scores for admitting students
5.6 lakh aspirants across the country will appear for the IIT Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) today. The largest pool of applications this year has come from Kanpur, followed by Andhra Pradesh.
The exam will be held in two parts with three papers in both – chemistry, mathematics and physics. The candidates will be able to take home a copy of their answer scripts after the exam.
Nearly 33 per cent of the applicants are females as opposed to the 22 per cent last year. Online applications for female candidates were free this year.
The results are scheduled to be declared on May 18.