The revised syllabus of JEE Advanced 2023 was recently released. The process of revising the syllabus however started way back in 2019. The IIT Council had formed a special committee for the purpose.
“It was long due and had to be done. Initially, faculty members from the physics, chemistry and math departments of seven IITs – Delhi, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Madras, Guwahati, Bombay and Roorkee – were given the responsibility of formulating the new syllabus. The final draft was sent to the Joint Admissions Board (JAB) committee in 2020,” said IIT Delhi professor Siddharth Pandey, who formed the committee in 2019 and was also the JEE Advanced 2020 chairman.
The syllabus is more aligned with NCERT books, Ashish Arora, Centre Head, Allen Career Institute, Jaipur said, adding that “JEE Main syllabus covers all the topics that students learn in class 10, 12 as part of the NCERT syllabus. But, JEE Advanced syllabus was different and had chapters and topics that students did not learn as part of their school curriculum.” He, however, feels that the move is not going to make much difference for the students as there have been more additions than reductions in the syllabus.
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