The IIT Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) examination is here again.
It will be held this year on the April 10, 2011, across different centres in India, and the results will be declared on the May 25.
Roughly 4.85 lakh students are expected to take the exams for nearly 10,000 seats across 15 IITs across India.
So it's time to bring out the books again and most engineering aspirants might be doing just that right now.
And those who have crossed the bridge must be helping their friends, brothers and sisters with last minute tips on how to crack one of the most competitive exams in India.
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