Candidates can register for Joint Entrance Examination Advanced 2017 (JEE), the test conducted for admissions in the premier Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), till 5pm on May 2 on its official website.
A circular on the website said registrations with late fees will be accepted until 5pm on May 4. Another circular said candidates hoping to bag admissions on the basis of OBC-NCL certificates should upload a declaration to the effect along with their application form.
Over 10 lakh students took the JEE Main at 1,781 centres across India on April 2, 8, and 9. Results were announced on April 27. Around 2.21 lakh students, who have cleared the Main, will now sit for JEE (Advanced) for around 11,000 seats in IITs. It will be held across the country on May 21.
Kalpit Veerwal from Rajasthan’s Udaipur scored 360 out of 360 in the JEE Mains for the first time to bag the All India Rank 1. Nashik’s Vrunda Rathi (17) with 321 marks was declared as the AIR topper among girls. Her overall AIR is 71.