What is Joint Entrance Examination?
The Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) is the biggest name when it comes to providing one of the most advanced respected, sophisticated and noteworthy education in the field of engineering and technological education.
There are courses in different cities which IIT offer namely in the cities of Delhi, Mumbai, Kanpur, Guwahati, Roorkee Madras, and Kharagpur campus along with the new IITs which have find their existence in 2008, such as the cities of Patna, Jodhpur, Hyderabad, Bhubaneshwar, Mandi (H.P), Indore, Punjab, Gandhinagar. Not forget to mention Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University and Indian School of mines Dhanbad.
Thanks to the quality education which is taught, IITs have always carved a niche for itself and students who are the pass outs of such a wonderful place of learning are known to have got high end professional knowledge to give their life a boost. They have the right to go either for higher learning abroad or they can work in some of the reputed institutions anywhere globally. In short, IITians due to possessing mind-blowing professional excellence, knowledge and seriousness, are rightly demanded anywhere and everywhere they tend to go.
IITs undergo a Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) on yearly basis for selection students to undergo 4 year courses relating to B.Pharma, B.Tech, 5-year B.Arch, Integrated M.S.c and M.Tech courses.
Eligibility criteria for JEE Main
- Candidates are supposed to possess 60% marks in the appearing exam of 10+2 (for SC/ST and PD it is 55%marks)
- A student gets only 2 chances to appear for JEE in a year, one is when he/she is appearing and other one is in the following year.
- Here, it is important to mention that those candidates who have joined or associated themselves with any IIT, IT BHU, Varanasi and ISM, Dhanbad through JEE, can’t get the luxury of appearing for JEE in future
The selection process of IITs
- There will be one entrance examination for those enrolling themselves in IITs, NITs as well as IIITs
- There are two papers (Main test and Advanced Test) of three hours each to test analytical and comprehension ability of the sitting candidates, which IIT JEE exam conducts. Physics, Chemistry and Maths paper will be included in Paper – 1 and Paper – 2. These two papers will be totally objective which are actually designed towards testing the ability of the students
- The qualifying number of students with respect to totality in all the categories is 1, 50,000 is totally based on the performance on JEE (Mains) and they will qualify to JEE (Advanced) examination. Only the candidates who are 20% top scorers in their respective boards of Class 10+2 examination will eventually rank for admission to IITs.
The mentioned pattern gives a clear signal for the candidates to boost and embrace themselves that in order to ensure an effective success in JEE Main, they are supposed to perform well in Class 12th as well.