IIT popularly known to be The Indian Institute of Technology are the institutes which were established by an Act of Parliament for imparting a high quality in education. In India there are various IITs at different locations like Delhi, Bhubaneswar, Rajasthan, Madras, Punjab, Roorkee etc. In all there are 16 IITs.
The main aims of these institutions are to:
• Make a strong base of technical and scientific knowledge and hence also to make a motivated as well
as competent scientists and engineers.
• Make an environment for cultivating thoughts, encouraging growth, developing personality etc.
• Paper 1 and Paper 2 are the types of paper in this exam.
• Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics are the three separate sections for each question paper.
• There are two kinds of questions; objective type-multiple choice questions and numerical answer type
questions, which are created to check the reasoning ability, comprehension ability and analytical ability
of any candidate appearing the exam.
• There is negative marking for incorrect answers but for some questions.
• The medium of language of paper could be either Hindi or English, which the candidate must choose
while registration process for JEE.
No candidate is allowed to carry electronic devices like mobile phones and smart phones, calculators, ipad, tabs, log tables and log books, geometry box, study material etc.