IIT is the abbreviated or short form of Indian Institutes of Technology. IITs are public technical institutes that are founded in 23 different cities of India. All IITs follow the same rule i.e. Institutes of Technology Act, 1961. The IITs rank first among engineering colleges in India under the Ministry of Education, Government of India. The Indian Institutes of Technology exam is popular among Indian students. The Indian Institutes of Technology exam is taken as one of the toughest exams. Despite the level of hard and luck, aspiring engineers prepare for IITs in India to get admission in the top colleges of India. Here, you can find detailed information about IIT under the headings given in the table of content.
IIT is the abbreviated or short form of Indian Institutes of Technology. IITs are public technical institutes that are founded in 23 different cities of India. All IITs follow the same rule i.e. Institutes of Technology Act, 1961. The Indian Institutes of Technologys rank first among engineering colleges in India under the Ministry of Education, Government of India. The IIT exam is popular among Indian students. The Indian Institutes of Technology exam is taken as one of the toughest exams. Despite the level of hard and luck, aspiring engineers prepare for IITs in India to get admission in the top colleges of India. Here, you can find detailed information about IIT under the headings given in the table of content.
Table of Contents
What is the full form of IIT?
The full form of IIT stands for ‘Indian Institutes of Technology’.
Give the list of colleges of IIT.
There are 23 colleges of IITs across different cities of India. The name of Indian Institutes of Technologyqualified colleges is listed below.
Colleges  Location  Establishment  Number of seats 
IIT Kharagpur/ IITKGP  Kharagpur, West Bengal  1951  1673 
IIT Bombay/IITB  Main gate road, Powai, Mumbai Maharashtra  1958  1204 
IIT Madras/IITM  Chennai, Tamil Nadu  1959  1054 
IIT Kanpur/IITK  Kalyanpur, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh  1959  942 
IIT Delhi/IITD  Hauz Khas,New Delhi  1961  1152 
IIT Guwahati/IITG  Assam  1994  795 
IIT Roorkee/ IITR  Haridwar Highway, Roorke, Uttarakhand  2001  1218 
IIT Ropar/ IITRPR  Nangal road,Hussainpur,Rupnagar,Punjab  2008  292 
IIT Bhubaneswar/ IITBBS  ArgulJatni road,Kansapada,Odisha  2008  437 
IIT Gandhinagar/IITGN  Palaj, Gujarat  2008  226 
IIT Hyderabad/IITH  Sangareddy,Kandi,Telangana  2008  425 
IIT Jodhpur/IITJ  NH 62,Surpura Bypass road, Karwar, Rajasthan  2008  451 
IIT Patna/IITP  Bihar  2008  363 
IIT Indore/IITI  Madhya Pradesh  2009  325 
IIT Mandi/ IITMD  Parashar road, Tehsil sadar, Near Kataula,Kamand, Himachal Pradesh  2009  310 
IIT Varanasi/ IIT BHU  Banaras, Uttar Pradesh  2012  1513 
Palakkad/ IITPKD  Kozhippara,Kerala  2015  174 
Tirupati/IITTP  TirupatiRenigunta road,Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh  2015  224 
Dhanbad/ IIT ISM  Sardar Patel Nagar, Dhanbad,Jharkhand  2016  1007 
Bhilai/IITBH  GEC Campus, Old Dhamatari road,Sejbahar,Chattisgarh  2016  173 
Dharwad/IITDH  PB road, Karnataka  2016  160 
IIT Jammu/ IITJMU  NH44,PO Nagrota, Jagti, Jammu and Kashmir  2016  227 
IIT Goa  Farmagudi, Ponda, Goa  2016  125 
What degree does IIT provide?
IIT is the most wanted examination among physical group students. It is the examination after 12 classes.IIT examination is the examination to get admission into the engineering faculty.IIT provides the following degree.
 Undergraduate degree
 Postgraduate
 Doctoral
What is IITJEE?
IITJEE is a joint examination for admission to IIT. Based on ranking in JEE exam, the entrance students are offered for admission in different colleges of IITs. JEE is conducted by NTA (National Testing Agency). IIT JEE exam is conducted in twophase. They are:
 JEE Main exam It is conducted in two papers. It offers admission to IITs, NITs, technical institutes which are funded by the government. It is conducted four times in a single year. They are conducted in March, April, May, and June.
 JEE Advanced exam For admission in IITs, one must go through JEE Main and pass the entrance exam. Then, only the candidates are qualified to give JEE Advanced exam. After passing JEE Advanced exam, the person can get admission to IITs.
What is the eligibility criterion for the IIT exam?
The eligibility criteria for the IIT JEE exam are listed below in the table.
JEE Main  JEE Advanced 
NO Age bar  Born on October 1st, 1997 and after for the 2022 JEE Advanced exam, Persons with Benchmark Disability have relaxation years up to 5 years (1992). 
Must have passed 12 classes or equivalent qualification  Secure their position among the 2,50,000 candidates 
Number of attempts3 consecutive years  Number of attempts 2 consecutive years 
Indian and foreign students can compete in the exam. 
Particularly to get admission into Indian Institutes of Technology, individuals must have a secure 75% in minimum. Those who belong to Scheduled caste or tribe, Benchmark Disability mush have secure 65% in their board exams of class 12.
Syllabus for JEEAdvanced 2023
The JEEAdvanced exam is the exam after passing JEEMain. The syllabus is important to filter out important topics for scoring a good result. The latest or revised syllabus of JEEAdvanced is listed below in the table.
SyllabusPhysics  SyllabusChemistry  Syllabus Mathematics 
General Units and Dimension  General topics  Sets, Relations, and Functions 
Mechanics  States of matter  Algebra 
Thermal Physics  Atomic structure  Matrices 
Electricity and Magnetism  Chemical bonding and Molecular structure  Probability and statistics 
Electromagnetic waves  Chemical Thermodynamics  Trigonometry 
Optics  Chemical and Ionic equilibrium  Analytical geometry 
Modern Physics  Electrochemistry, Chemical Kinetics, Solidstate, Solutions, Surface chemistry  Differential Calculus 
Classification of elements and Periodicity, Hydrogen, Sblock elements, p, d, and fblock elements, Coordination compounds  Integral Calculus  
Isolation of Metals, Principle of Quantitative analysis, Environmental chemistry, Basic principles of organic chemistry, Alkanes, Alkenes and Alkynes, Benzene and Phenols, Alkyl Halides, Alcohol, Ethers, Aldehydes and Ketones, Carboxylic acids, Amines, Haloarenes, Biomolecules, Polymers, Chemistry in Everyday Life, Practical organic chemistry  Vectors 
Syllabus for JEEMain
Paper1 for B.E. / B. Tech
SyllabusPhysics  Syllabus Chemistry  SyllabusMathematics 
SecA: Physics and Measurement  Sec A Basic concepts in Chemistry, States of Matter  Sets, relations, and functions 
SecA: Kinematics  Sec A Atomic Structure, Chemical Bonding, and Molecular structure  Complex numbers and Quadratic equations 
SecA: Laws of Motion  Sec A Chemical Thermodynamics  Matrices and Determinants 
SecA: Work, Energy, and Power  Sec A Solutions, Chemical Kinetics  Permutations and Combinations 
SecA: Rotational motion  Sec A Equilibrium  Mathematical inductions 
SecA: Gravitation  Sec A Redox reactions and electrochemistry, Surface chemistry  Binomial Theorem and its simple applications 
SecA: Properties of Solids and Liquids  Sec B Classification of elements and periodicity in properties  Sequence and Series 
SecA: Thermodynamics  Sec B General principles and processes of Isolation of Metals  Limit, Continuity, and Differentiability 
SecA: Kinetic Theory of Gases  Sec B Hydrogen and S, P, D, and Fblock elements, Coordination compounds  Integral Calculus 
SecA: Oscillations and waves  Sec B Environmental Chemistry  Differential equations, Coordinate geometry 
SecA: Electrostatics  Sec CPurification and Characterization of Organic compounds  Three Dimensional Geometry, Vector algebra, Statistics, and Probability 
SecA: Current electricity  Sec C Some basic principles of Organic chemistry, Hydrocarbons  Trigonometry, Mathematical reasoning 
SecA: Magnetic effects of Current and Magnetism, Electromagnetic induction and AC, Electromagnetic waves, Optics, Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation, Atoms and Nuclei, Electronic devices, Communication System  Sec C Organic Compounds containing Halogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen
Polymers, Biomolecules, Chemistry in Everyday life 

SecB: Experimental question/ Lab skill test  Sec C Principles related to practical chemistry 
Paper2A for B. Architecture
PartI Mathematics  PartII Aptitude  PartIII Drawing 
Sets, Relations, and Functions  Objects and Texture(Architecture)  Sketch scenes of public places 
Complex numbers and Quadratic equations  3dimensional objects from the 2dimensional drawing  Sketch scenes from festivals 
Matrices and Determinants  Visualize threedimensional sides of objects  Sketch scene from Street 
Permutations and Combination  Mental ability test and analytical reasoning,  
Mathematical Inductions  Understand and analyze the scale and object proportion  
Binomial Theorem and its simple applications  Build forms and elements,  
Sequence and series  Design geometrical or abstract shapes  
Limit Continuity and Differentiability  2D and 3D drawing transformation  
Integral Calculus and Differential equations  
Coordinate geometry, Threedimensional geometry, Vector algebra, Statistics and Probability, Trigonometry, Mathematical reasoning 
Paper2B for B. planning
PartI and PartII are similar to the above table syllabus in Paper2A for Architecture. PartIII is different than B. Architecture. PartIII is listed below.
PartIII (Planning) General sciences, social sciences, and Thinking Skills 
Credit: Sadhna Chhetri
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