The Indian Institute of Technology – Madras will be conducting the Joint Engineering Examination (JEE) Advanced 2017.

The dates for the main examination is not released by the CBSE yet.  The JEE cell at IIT Madras is in the process of finalising the events required for conducting the examination.

The JEE is the gateway into all IITs, NITs, IIITs and ISM Dhanbad.  The organising institute will design the question paper, answer keys, announcement of results and handling the JEE portal.

The IITs have 10,500 seats. Of these, 7.5 per cent are reserved for STs, 15 per cent for SCs, 27 per cent for OBCs and the remaining 50.5 per cent for general category students.

Source: The Indian Express