You will be eligible for JEE 2020 if your number of attempts have not crossed above 3. If this year you gave JEE for 3rd time then you can give JEE exam next year.
NTA has given the limit to the number of attempts but there is no age limit. So prepare accordingly.
If you got IIT or NIT in the end rounds then you should have taken admission. This mistake will again cause you a one year loss. if possible contact to the IIT or NIT admission authority if there is any possibilities to take an admission.
You may not receive the payment as you have opted for IIT and NIT in 7th and 6th counselling rounds respectively. You get refund only when you are not allotted with any college by the end of counselling process.
For more confirmation you can put a mail to Jossa and ask regarding the same.
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According to me between these 3 institutes, i can rate them as :
1. IIT Indore
2. IIT Mandi
3. IIT ropar
Because, IIT Indore has the lowest fees among these and has the lowest cut off as well.
Indore has the highest package record among these three till now which is 28 lakhs.
the teaching can differ according to the courses you choose.
Thankyou, i hope it helps, feel free to approach for further queries.
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The Indian Institute of Technology in Indore (IITI) was established in 2009. During the Eleventh 5- year plan, it was realized that there was a requirement to extend the number of elite institutions in the country. This included the IITs as well whose number till then was minuscule. Thus, 8 new IITs were established, while IT-BHU was upgraded to the IIT status. These new IITs have over a period of time gained in reputation and are fast closing the gap on the top incumbents. Lakhs of students from all over the country enroll themselves over countless hours of coaching classes in order to secure a seat at the IITs. These new IITs are in – Bhubaneshwar, Rupnagar, Gandhinagar, Hyderabad, Indore, Jodhpur, Patna and Mandi. A further few IITs have opened up later, known popularly as the ‘Baby IITs’.
Securing a seat at the IITs is done through a rigorous selection process involving the JEE (Joint Entrance Examination). This is the largest entrance exam in the country in terms of numbers and possibly amongst the largest in the world. This paper is given by more than 12 lakh people annually. It is a 3- hour exam worth 90 marks constituting 3 segments with equal weightage. Those segments are- Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics. The best of the performers, totaling roughly 2 lakhs of them are further shortlisted for the JEE Advanced which is for selection to the IITs. The JEE Advanced is conducted over 2 rounds on the same day. The morning paper which runs from 9 am till noon is followed by a break and then another 3 hour one. The pattern, however, is not so well understood as the marks pattern is not clearly defined. It keeps changing annually. Admissions to the master’s level programmes are via the GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering).
The IIT- Indore found the IIT- Bombay as its mentor in its early days. In 2016, the IITI moved to its permanent 510- acre campus in the town of Simrol, just outside Indore in Madhya Pradesh, after its early forays at a temporary location. A number of courses are run from this campus. There are five areas from which to pursue the 4- year B. Tech programme which are in – Electrical, Civil, Mechanical, Computer Science & Engineering, and Metallurgy Engineering & Materials Science. At the master’s level, an MSc. can be pursued in any of the five areas- Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Astronomy, and Biotechnology. In addition, there are multiple dual degree, integrated, research and doctoral programmes as well. Among the new IITs, few give as many PhD. options as does the IITI. All the academics is run by the prescribed schools, each with its own expertise. There are separate schools for Engineering and Science, and also one for Humanities & Social Sciences as the need was felt so. The schools are further divided into disciplines depending on the width of the school’s requirements.
The IITI has also been adept at stitching international collaborations for research and student exchange programs. Germany and France are two countries in particular with strong ties. Some institutions in Germany with whom pacts have been inked include- Ruhr University Bochum, University of Stuttgart, TU Dresden and TU Braunschweig. Similarly, in France such agreements are on with – Ecole Centrale de Nantes, EISTI and IMT Atlantique. Such engagements also exist with institutions from other countries such as – UK, USA, Canada, Mexico, Russia, Finland, Japan, Australia, South Korea, Belgium, Turkey, Norway, Denmark, China, Taiwan, and Singapore. The IITI has also made special provisions for foreign students from a number of countries to come and study here.
In such a short period of time, the IITI has already scaled the peaks when it comes to national or international rankings platforms. It ranks 14th among engineering colleges in India as per the NIRF (National Institutional Rankings Framework). The Times Higher Education Network which places a lot of emphasis on research places the IITI at second best in India, only behind the IISc. in Bengaluru. IITI finds itself in the 351-400 band.
Life at IITI though isn’t only about academics and research. There, is a lot of fun to be had through the various student activities. Fluxus, for example, is the annual techno-cultural fest, while Ferocia is the annual sports meet. An innovative Robo- soccer league was also held at the campus some time back.
The institute may not be too old, but it has already created a vibrant alumni network. The alumni committee is in constant touch with the past students, improving the connect on a constant basis. This has helped generate top-notch placements for the present batches. Some of the recent years’ recruiters include- IBM, ISRO, Amazon, BPCL, Eicher- Volvo, DE- Shaw, Navarro, Infosys, Huawei, KIIT, Mu- Sigma, L&T, Microsoft, Qualcomm, Snapdeal, Tata Motors, Honda, Google, UHG, Zapak, Trident, TCS, Samsung, IOCL, NTT Data, Info-beans, RIL, HCL, Paytm, DRDO, Cisco, Bharat Forge, Absolut Data, Avanti Learning, Barclays and Morgan Stanley among others.
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