The IIT, â€˜Indian Institute of technologyâ€™, is a group of 16 autonomous engineering scientists and engineers with the aim of developing support for the economic and social development of India. Every year, around 8000 students are joining IIT for Under-Graduation. To Join IIT, the candidates need to follow up with the admission process popularly know as IIT-JEE, means Indian Institute of Technology- Joint Entrance Examination. All IITâ€™s are located in various parts of India like Mumbai, Chennai, Delhi, Calcutta etc.
Letâ€™s see the test structure and tips to score good percentage in IIT entrance exam.
About Entrance Exam at IIT
In order to get admissions to undergraduate programs in IITâ€™s, the candidate has to appear for the Joint Entrance Examination which is known as â€˜IIT-JEEâ€™. It is applicable for all students opting for B.Arch, B.Des, B.Tech, BE or any other professional courses.
The Entrance exam conducted by IIT is a science-oriented Test, to determine the candidate’s knowledge about mathematics, physics and chemistry. Admission is very competitive since the entrance exam is generally considered tough and also because of the number of candidates.
Current Pattern for IIT-JEE
The current pattern for IIT-JEE consists of two objective type papers each containing Maths, Physics and chemistry sections. The questions of all these sections are based on topics that are covered in the CBSE board examination and the ISC Board examination. The candidates undergoing IIT-Joint entrance exams will be provided with optical mark recognition answer sheets since all section questions are objective type.
The pattern of question paper is purposefully variable in order to minimize the chance of candidates getting selected just by cramming up the probable questions.