All those candidates who pass JEE Advanced 2015 examination and make their study choices in accordance with their preferences and merit ranking, will be entitled for Seat Allotment in JEE Advanced 2015.
Only Two (2) seats are reserved for privileged allocation in each institute for DS (Defense Service) group candidates. DS category candidates are children of defence/paramilitary workers killed or eternally disabled in action for the duration of war or peacetime operations. A candidate must be in the JEE Advanced 2015 Common Merit List to avail the benefits of Preferential Allotment of Seats.
Seat Allotment Schedule of JEE Advanced 2015:
|Mock seat allocation (using data as of June 28, 08:00 IST)
||June 28, 2015
|Seat Allocation (Round 1)
||July 1, 2015
|Acceptance of Seats (Round 1)
||July 2 – July 6, 2015
|Display of seat filled / available (after 1st round)
||July 7, 2015
|Seat Allocation (Round 2)
||July 7, 2015
|Acceptance of Seats (Round 2)
||July 8 – July 11, 2015
|Display of seat filled / available (after 2nd round)
||July 12, 2015
|Seat allocation (3rd round)
||July 12, 2015
|Acceptance of seats (3rd round)
||July 13-15, 2015
|Academic sessions begin at IITs and ISM
||July 16, 2015 onwards
|Display of seat filled / available (after 3rd round)
||July 16, 2015
Useful books,online test series and mock test paper for JEE Advanced 2015
After passing in JEE Mains exam, selected candidates appear for JEE Advanced which is conducted by India Institutes of Technology every year. All those students who qualify this exam take admission in IIT as undergraduates. IIT JEE advanced exam is one of the toughest examinations held in India and cracking it is not a child’s play. Candidates preparing for the exam need proper study material apart from other time management, revision, elimination of shortcuts during revision and preparation etc.
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