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About us

BEACON classes is a coaching institute in Noida, Sector- 41 which provides

coaching classes for IIT-JEE Mains and Advanced, Medical entrance exams
(NEET, AIIMS ), IX-X (Science and Maths), XI-XII (Maths, Physics, Chemistry
and Biology), NTSE and olympiads. We are dedicated to provide best
coaching at affordable price. To provide a unique learning environment to
students. To be excellent and leader in quality education.
Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) is an All India Common Entrance Exam for
admission to engineering colleges across India. It is conducted in two phases
– JEE Main and JEE Advanced. The IITs and ISM grant admission based on the
results of JEE Advanced. The NITs, IIITs and other central or state-funded
institutes grant admission based on JEE Main.

Students are eligible to write JEE Advanced only if they clear the cutoff
marks in JEE Main. Also, IIT JEE is considered as one of the toughest exams in
the world. Over 14 Lakh students appear every year and only 20,000 get a

In the year 2018, around 2,24,000 students from Mains Examination will
become eligible for appearing in the Advanced (IIT JEE) level of the
examination. Premier institutes like the Indian Institute of Science (IISC),
Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology and the Indian Institute of
Science Education and Research (IISER) grant admissions to students on the
basis of scores obtained in JEE Advanced.

The IIT Council in September 2013 has approved the decision of the Joint
Admission board for introducing the two-phase JEE pattern. In 2014, JoSAA
(Joint Seat Allocation Authority) conducted the joint admission process for
granting admissions into 23 IITs and ISM-Dhanbad through JEE Advanced
(IIT JEE) and into 18 IIITs, 32 NITs and 19 other GFTIs (Government Funded
Technical Institutes) through Mains.

From the year 2013 to 2016, 40% of weight age was given to 12th standard
board exam in calculating all India ranks of JEE Mains. However, there are no
such criteria from JEE Mains 2017 for deciding All India Ranks. CBSE has also
made mandatory for all the students applying for IIT JEE to register with the
Aadhar card from the year 2017 onwards.

Eligibility criteria for JEE

Students should have born on or after 1st October 1992 (for general
candidates) and 1st October 1987 (for SC/ST & PwD candidates).
The candidate should have appeared for the Class XII (or equivalent)
examination for the first time in all the subjects in either 2017 or 2018.
Candidates, who appeared for the class XII (or equivalent) examination in
2017 and wish to re-appear for the same in 2018 (either for improvement or
because they failed in one or more subjects), will have to re-appear in all the
subjects in 2018. Those, who appeared for the first time in their class XII (or
equivalent) examination in 2016 or earlier, are not eligible.

Candidates whose Class XII (or equivalent) examination results for the
academic year 2017-18 were declared after June 2018 are eligible to appear
in JEE Advanced 2018.

IIT- JEE Examinations Pattern

 IIT-JEE Mains Exam Pattern – Paper 1

Subjects Question Marks

Physics 30 120

Chemistry 30 120

Mathematics 30 120

Total 90 360

 IIT-JEE Mains Exam Pattern – Paper 2

Subjects Questions Marks

Mathematics 30 120

Aptitude Test 50 200

Drawing 2 70

Total 82 390

IIT- JEE Advanced Examination

JEE – Advance Examination consists 2 papers.

 Paper 1
 Paper 2
Both the exams will be conducted on the same date. The question papers will
only be available in two languages – English and Hindi. Candidates will have
to choose the medium they prefer at the time of applying for the exam.

Each paper consists 3 sections and exam duration of three hours.

 Section 1 will be Physics,
 Section 2 will be Chemistry,
 Section 3 will be Mathematics.

Paper 1

 Section 1 will have 10 MCQs. Each question will have four options with
only one correct answer.
 Section 2 will have 5 MCQs. Each question will have four options with
one or more correct answer(s).
 Section 3 will have 5 questions with answers in single digit integer
ranging from 0 to 9.
 Section 1 will have 8 MCQs. Each question will have four options with
one or more correct answer(s).
 Section 2 will have 8 MCQs. Each question will have four options with
only one correct answer. This section will have four paragraphs with
theory, practical aspects, data etc. 2 questions will be asked from each
 Section 3 will have Matching List type questions. Two lists will be given
with matching options coded as a, b, c, and d. Students will have to
choose options according to the given code.

Paper 2

 The Upper sheet of the Answer booklet will be the Optical Response
Sheet (ORS), which is designed in a way that machines can read your
answers. It will have two pages stuck together with no carbon in
 Candidates will have to mark the appropriate bubbles for each
question on the front page, which will automatically be recorded in
the sheet below. Hence, students must be careful that they do not
disturb the alignment between these two sheets or separate them at
any point of the exam.
 Do remember that you have to use only the black ball point pen for
the exam. Also, read the instructions carefully as you cannot change
the answers you have marked already.
 Apply adequate pressure on the answer sheet. The pressure should
not be too much to pierce the bubbles or so light that the impressions
on the second sheet are not visible properly. The invigilator will give
you the copy of the sheet at the end of the exam which you can match
with the JEE Advanced answer key later.

Contact us

0120-4292174, 9899181633

Shop No. 8, First Floor, C-Block Market, Sector-41, Noida, Uttar Pradesh