IIT Madras has released brochure for JEE Advanced 2017 on October 14. For the academic year 2017-18, IIT Madras has revised the registration/application fee for the engineering entrance exam. According to IIT Madras officials, JEE Advanced application fee for female candidates and applicants belonging to SC, ST and PwD categories will now be Rs. 1,200, while all other categories opting for exam centres in India will have to pay Rs. 2,400 as registration or application fee. Any candidate submitting the application form of JEE Advanced 2017 after the last date has to pay a late fee of Rs. 500 in addition to the prescribed application fee.
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For the academic year 2016-17, application fee for General and OBC-NCL male candidates was Rs. 2,000, for SC, ST and PwD male candidates it was Rs. 1,000, while JEE Advanced application fee for female candidates of all categories was Rs. 1,000.
With the announcement of JEE Advanced 2017 brochure, IIT Madras has only revised the application fee of JEE Advanced 2017. All dates and pattern of JEE Advanced, except application fee, remains the same as per the earlier announcements (related to important dates) made by IIT Madras. Careers360 has earlier reported on the announcement of important dates and website launch of JEE Advanced 2017. Check all important dates of JEE Advanced 2017 here.
See category-wise JEE Advanced Application Fee 2017 details for exam centres in India, SAARC countries and Non-SAARC countries below.
JEE Advanced Application/Registration Fee 2017 for Exam Centres in India
SC, ST, PwD candidates
All other categories
All category candidates have to pay late fee of Rs. 500 (along with the prescribed application fee) if they submit their application form after the last date.
JEE Advanced Application/Registration Fee 2017 for Exam Centres outside India
All candidates (SAARC nations)
All candidates (Non-SAARC nations)
Applicants opting for test centres in SAARC and Non-SAARC countries have to pay late fee of USD 80 (along with the prescribed application fee) if they submit their application form after the last date.
JEE Advanced 2017 will be conducted by IIT Madras on May 21. This national level engineering entrance exam is the second stage of JEE exam for admission to IITs, where top 2,20,000 candidates from JEE Main will be filtered for taking JEE Advanced 2017. The first level of JEE exam - JEE Main 2017 will be conducted offline on April 2. Click here to check JEE Main Important Dates 2017.
Qualified candidates of JEE Advanced will be offered admissions to 10,572 undergraduate engineering seats across 23 IITs (including ISM Dhanbad). Four new IITs - IIT Bhilai (Chhattisgarh), IIT Dharwad (Karnataka), IIT Jammu and IIT Goa, have joined the elite club from the academic year 2016-17, adding 420 seats to the prestigious IITs.
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