Employment News-JEE Advanced exam for admission to IIT's BTech courses has concluded on Sunday. This exam was conducted in two shifts. The first paper was held from 9 am to 12 noon and the second paper from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm. Four centers including IIT ISM were set up in Dhanbad district. Where a total of 800 students took the exam, while 60 students remained absent.
The students who came out of the centers after giving the examination told that the papers had come in JEE Advanced like last year. Both the papers were of 180-180 marks. 19-19 questions were asked in Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry. A total of 114 questions were asked. Students told that chemistry was easy as compared to other papers. Although organic chemistry was a bit tougher than inorganic. Most of the questions were asked from class 11th and 12th. Told that the Physics paper was neither very easy nor very difficult, but the Mathematics paper was quite lengthy.
IIT expert Ajay Veer Singh told that JEE Advanced paper was same as last year. Questions of two marks each were asked, due to which the students got into trouble. Ajayveer said that this time the students who get 127-30 marks will get 10 thousand, those who get 170-75 marks will get 2.5 thousand and those who get 200 marks are likely to get 1000 ranks.
The official answer key and actual result of JEE Advanced 2021 will also be released by IIT Kharagpur. IITs will release the JEE Advanced candidates' responses at 5 pm on October 5, while the official answer key will be released on October 10 at 10 am. Candidates will be able to raise objections till October 11 and the result of the examination will be released on October 15, 2021.