Candidates keen to use for the IIT entrance — Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced 2021 and belonging to both OBC-NCL or EWS class, are required to add a sound certificates on the official web site, jeeadv.ac.in, by October 2 up until 5 pm, the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur, which is the examination conducting physique, introduced.
In an official discover, it acknowledged, “If you do not possess a VALID OBC-NCL/EWS certificate issued after April 01, 2021, you may submit a declaration in place of the certificate. However, you MUST upload a VALID certificate (issued after April 1, 2021) by October 2, 2021, 17:00 IST in the online portal.”
JEE Advanced 2021: How to upload OBC-NCL, EWS certificate
Step 1. Go to the official website of JEE Advanced
Step 2. On the homepage, search for the link that reads “Notice to OBC-NCL, EWS candidates”
Step 3. Next click on “Click here to download the OBC-NCL Declaration form and EWS Declaration form”
Step 4. You can be redirected to a new web page the place you’ll have to click on on the certificates codecs choice
Step 5. Download the certificates and fill within the required particulars
The registration course of for JEE Advanced 2021 commenced on 16 September and can proceed until September 20. The final date for the cost of charges is until September 21. The admit playing cards are prone to be launched after September 25 and the examination is to be performed on October 3.
The cut-off for normal class candidates is 87.89 percentile, for OBC, it’s 68.02 percentile, for SC 46.88 percentile, for ST 34.67 percentile, and for EWS, 66.22 percentile. Apart from the cut-off, college students keen to use will need to have cleared class 12. Earlier the scholars wanted to safe at the least 75 per cent marks within the boards however the rule has been eradicated now.
The JEE Advance 2021 paper can be held in a computer-based take a look at (CBT) mode. It will include two papers and every paper can be held for a period of three hours. Each paper can have three sections — physics, chemistry, and arithmetic. The papers can be in English and Hindi medium.