Students will be able to check the admit cards of JEE (Main) on the official website at www.jeemain.nic.in.
The offline exam for 2014 JEE was conducted in April 2015.
The registration for JEE (Advanced) will begin online from May 4 after the declaration of results for JEE (Main).
Only the top group of 1.5 lakh students will be allowed to apply for the Advanced exam, which is intended for admissions in IITs.
Students willing to sit for JEE (Advanced) must have rankings in the top 20 percentile of plus two exams for their respective state and national boards for final admissions to various Indian Institute of Technology branches around the country.
Last date for application for JEE (Advanced) is May 9, which reduces the time to just 5 days.
The JEE (Main) score is valid for a period of 2 years, which gives the chance to current year students to apply for JEE (Advanced) exams for next year, as well.
In 2014, JEE (Advanced) is scheduled for May 25, and the results will be available on June 19.
Students need to submit their signature and passport-size photograph in JPEG format, along with the scanned copies of date-of-birth certificates, Class X certificate, and choice of examination center, city and other categories at the time of registration for JEE (Advanced).
Last year, CBSE’s cut-off for top-20 percentile was 81.6 percent, while ICSE had 83.2 percent. Surprisingly, Andhra Pradesh Board had a high percentage for students at staggering 91.8 per cent, which remained the highest in the country.
Tamil Nadu students also needed a high percentage of 90.9, followed by Kerala at 85.2 percent.