Lakhs of students desire to get into IITs every year, but only few are able to secure high score and get into IITs. A candidate has to go through a filtering process to get into IITs. First phase of JEE is JEE Mains which will be conducted two times in a year from 2019, one will be in January and the second will be in April. JEE Mains will be having two papers- Paper-I and Paper II. The second phase of JEE is JEE Advanced, those candidates who secure high score in JEE Mains qualify to appear in JEE Advanced.
Lakhs of candidates appear every year for JEE Mains from which less than half of the candidates qualify for the JEE Advanced. Around 20000 to 25000 candidates qualify, out of which only 10000 candidates get success to get seat in 23 different IITs. As the number of IITs increasing, seats in IITs also increasing. Depending on the rank secured in JEE Advanced candidates get admission in the IITs depending on the list of IITs from top to bottom. So stay focussed on the preparation for JEE and grab a seat in one of the top IITs.