JEE Advanced 2023 exam: The new syllabus for JEE Advanced 2023 exam can be checked by visiting the official website jeeadv.ac.in. The entrance exam for admission to the Indian Institute of Technology (JEE Advanced)The syllabus has been changed. This change in the syllabus has been done for the JEE Advanced exam to be held next year.
The new syllabus for the 2023 exam of three subjects Physics, Chemistry, and Maths can be checked by visiting the official website jeeadv.ac.in. Experts say that the new syllabus of the Joint Admission Body (JAB) means that JEE Advanced will have more chapters and the new syllabus has been linked to JEE Main.
The top 2.5 lakh students who crack JEE Mains are allowed to appear in JEE Advanced every year. Statics has been added to the JEE Advanced Maths syllabus. Instead, the solution of the triangle has been taken out of the syllabus. Semiconductors and communication have been removed from the Physics syllabus. In addition, Forced and Damped Oscillations, EM Waves, and Polarization have been added to the Physics syllabus.
Now students have to change their strategy
Experts say that students who have just reached class 11 and are preparing to take admission to IITs. They have to cover a much bigger syllabus than their peers. JEE Advanced is integrated with JEE Main and CBSE syllabas. However, this means that now those people who were preparing to clear the advanced exam the very first time will have to change their strategy.
Students who were preparing by focusing only on JEE Advanced. They now have to cover new topics, which were not part of the syllabus earlier. According to experts, the students who had prepared through Mains books and were now preparing for JEE Advanced. Such students will now need to change their strategy.
Changed syllabus for CEED and UCEED also
At the same time, experts say that even though the syllabus has been increased, the exam can be easy. Those wishing to study design and related courses from IITs will also have to prepare for the entrance exam based on a new format. However, it will be applicable from 2024. For the design entrance exams, CEED and UCEED, a new paper pattern and syllabus have been introduced.