Admission procedure of IITs

Admission procedure of IITs

Admission procedure of IITs in India

IITs are among the most prestigious Indian brand names that people all over the globe are aware of. Making it into an IIT is nearly a hard row to hoe. What is the admission procedure in IITs?

What are the eligibility criteria to appear for IIT-JEE examinations?

Let us have a detailed understanding of the admission process employed by IITs in India.

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Admission Procedure of IITs

  • Pass your Plus two board exams with PCM as main subjects scoring a minimum of 75% aggregate (65% for SC/ST/PwD)
  • Appear for the JEE (Main) examination
  • Appear for the JEE (Advanced) examination
  • Obtain All India Rank (AIR)
  • Register for JoSAA counseling and choice filling
  • Seat allocation
  • Seat acceptance and Reporting at reporting centers
  • Reporting at allotted institution
  • Orientation program
  • Payment of Fees

Here is the detailed description of the admission process to IITs in India

1)Appear for the JEE (Main) examination

  • Twice every year National Testing Agency (NTA) conducts JEE Main Examination (JEE Main) and publishes a merit list of the same.
  • If you are interested in the engineering stream, then you will have to appear for the paper for B.E./B. Tech through a computer-based test assessing your understanding in three subjects – Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.
  • If you are interested in the Bachelor of Architecture (B. Arch) course, then you will have to appear for a computer-based test comprising part 1 and Part 2 focusing on Mathematics and Aptitude Test respectively. Part 3 of this test focus on drawing aptitude.

 Eligibility to appear for JEE Mains examination

To be eligible for appearing in the JEE Mains examination, the student must have passed the class 12th board exam in one of the previous two years in which the JEE Main examination is being conducted.

2)Appear for the JEE (Advanced) examination

If you score the minimum cut-off score as prescribed by NTA officially, then you can appear for the JEE Advanced examination. Various factors such as the number of students who appeared in the JEE Main examination, availability of seats at the IITs, and difficulty level of the examination acts as the deciding criteria for the cut-off score needed for appearing the JEE Advanced examination.

Minimum Cut off Score (2019)Category
89.75General Category
74.31Other Backward Classes

Details regarding JEE Advanced Examination

JEE Advanced Examination Details
Total number of attemptsTwo attempts
Mode of Examination  Computer Based Test (CBT)
Question papersTwo question papers
SubjectsPhysics, Chemistry, Mathematics
Assessment parametersComprehension, Reasoning, Analytical Ability
Duration3 hours for each paper
Criteria for All India RankingMinimum 10% marks in each of Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics   35% marks in aggregate of the three subjects

Eligibility to appear for JEE (Advanced) examination

  • The student must have passed the 12th board or equivalent examination from a recognized board of education with at least 75% marks in aggregate (65% for SC/ST/PwD)
  • The student must be in the top 20% of candidates who have passed the Class 12th Board examination from the same Board from which he/she has passed.
  • The student is also eligible to appear for the JEE (Advanced) examination if he/she is appearing for the class 12th or equivalent examination from a recognized board of education in the same year in which the JEE (Advanced) is being conducted. This is only provisional eligibility. He/she have to fulfill the above-mentioned criteria to be eligible to receive an AIR Ranking.

3)Obtain All India Rank (AIR)

It is important to score a minimum of 10% marks in each of Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics and 35% marks in aggregate of the three subjects in the JEE Advanced examination to consider one’s candidature for All India Ranking. These criteria of scores vary with categories.

4)Register for JoSAA Counseling and Choice Filling

 Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) is responsible for allocating seats for students at various IITs. After obtaining All India Rank, students have to register for JoSAA counseling and choice filling.

5)Allocation of seats at the different IITs

Seat allocation for students at various IITs as per their individual ranking is accomplished through a common process by the Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA).

6)Seat acceptance and Reporting

Students are advised to appear before the authorities of reporting centers for seat acceptance as per the guidelines provided by JoSAA

7)Reporting at allotted institution

Once the institution to which the student got admission is confirmed, he/she may proceed with the further admission procedure as per the directions received from reporting centers.

8)Attend Orientation Program

Students can participate in the introductory program of the college after completing the admission process. The Orientation program is usually organized after seat acceptance and reporting procedures are completed.

9)Payment of Fees

The fee payment process is categorized under various factors such as family income and caste of students.

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