The IITs have a common admission process for undergraduate admissions. Through Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Examination (IIT-JEE), which in 2012 had an acceptance rate of less than 1 in 50 (485,000 candidates and only 9,618 seats). Undergraduate students will eventually receive a B. Tech. degree in Engineering.
The Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) are a group of autonomous public engineering institutes of India. The IITs are governed by the Institutes of Technology Act, 1961 which has declared them as "institutions of national importance", and lays down their powers, duties, framework for governance etcEach IIT is an autonomous institution, linked to the others through a common IIT Council, which oversees their administration. The IITs usually offer many degrees starting from B.Tech to Ph.D.
The Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) have received worldwide recognition for their standards of excellence and for producing world-class scientists, engineers and technologists. The internationally reputed IITs have indeed ensured India's global recognition.Release of Application Forms for IIT-JEE:
In the month of November (tentatively)Date of Examination:
Second Week of April (tentatively)Eligibility Criteria for Appearing in IIT- JEE:
In recent times, IIT-JEE Council has been changing its testing pattern almost every year. This year there will be two question papers of three hours duration, each consisting of separate sections in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Questions in these papers will be of objective type which are to be answered on a specially designed machine-gradable sheet.
Whatever is the testing pattern, basically the ultimate aim of IIT-JEE is to judge the aspirant's subject knowledge and problem-solving skills. Thus, the only requirement of this exam is to have strong basic concepts, good analytical skills, and thorough knowledge of the core concepts and extensive practice