Admission to NITs was done by the erstwhile All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE), now replaced by Joint Entrance Examination Main (JEE Main) conducted across India. JEE (Main) is conducted by CBSE in the first week of April and this came into effect since 2013. About 13+ lakh (1.3 million) students appear for this examination. It is a three hour objective type examination – with equal distribution of questions in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics totaling to 360 marks. No Engineering and Science aspirant, should miss applying for this entrance examination.
From JEE (Main) marks, only the top 2.24 lakh (224k) are eligible to take the JEE (Advanced) 2018 for admission to the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs). JEE (Advanced) is conducted by the IITs in May and this consists of two 3 hour examination, with equal weightage given to Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. This also has been in operation since 2013.
I had a dilemma before coming to TICF because of my AIR in JEE Main which is way beyond than total number of openings at IITs. But to my surprise I got seat at the second top IIT, IIT-Kharagpur. This happened due to the proper choice filling guidance at TICF.
I recommend everyone to attend their Career Guidance programme and avail the Admission Alert to know the complete opportunities and more insights on JEE Main / Advanced admission process.
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