JEE advanced answer key 2017 official released, check

JEE advanced answer key 2017 has been released now. The official JEE advanced 2017 answer keys of paper 1 and paper 2 have been uploaded at website and the result date is June 11, 2017.

IIT Madras, the Organising Institute of JEE Advanced 2017 published JEE Advanced answer key 2017 Рofficial version today, as per the calendar of events. The Institute had already uploaded the ORS (Optical Response Sheet) and scanned responses of all the candidates on May 31 and the candidates were asked to review the scanned responses up to June 3. The online display of answer keys will begin at 10 am today, while the feedback will be received by the candidates till June 6, 5 pm.

Total 23 IITs will be admitting students in the engineering course based on the JEE Advanced 2017 result. The candidates will be awarded ranks on the basis of the marks scored in the entrance test held this year. The IITs located at Bhilai, Bhubaneswar, Bombay, Delhi, Dhanbad, Dharwad, Gandhinagar, Goa, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Indore, Jammu, Jodhpur, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Madras, Mandi, Palakkad, Patna, Roorkee, Ropar, Varanasi (IIT BHU) and Tirupati.

The entrance exam comprises of two compulsory papers wherein each question paper carried questions from Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. As much as 2.2 lakh candidates were shortlisted and declared eligible to appear for JEE Advanced 2017 on the basis of JEE Main 2017 results declared on April 27. The JEE Advanced 2017 was held on May 21 in two shifts and the official answer keys are due to be published today. Till then, check the answer keys published by coaching institutes here.

Out of the 2.2 lakh candidates who qualified for JEE Advanced this year, only 19% were girls. Also, nearly 1.71 lakh registered for the exam as many students opted out of the exam in view of the less chances of their selection in any of the premier institutions of the Country. The paper was moderately tough, as many students responded after taking the exam on May 21. The stuents said Mathematics section was quite easy, while the questions in Physics and Chemistry sections were modereately difficult. The exam was conducted in more than 500 centers across the country.

There were 10 versions of the paper, while the pattern of questions and mark distribution were same in all the subjects. Each section carried maximum 61 marks, taking the total maximum marks to 183 in both Paper 1 & 2. The page will be updated once the official JEE Advanced answer key is published by IIT Madras. Also, updates on JEE Advanced cut off will be provided here.

After the declaration of JEE Advanced results on June 11, the seat allotment process will commence from June 19.

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