Engineering - Admission Procedure :
Common Admission Procedure of Engineering Entrance Exams:
Every year for admission to the Undergraduate Programmes B.E. / B. Tech / B. Arch and other courses offered at the various IITs for all Indian and foreign nationals are made through the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE).
Admission to all the government engineering colleges and most of the private engineering colleges in India is through a combined entrance test as well as respective university level or college level entrance test of a particular college. These entrance exams are based on class XI and XII syllabus of the central board or the state board. However, there are some entrance exams which are based on class XII syllabus of their respective state boards. Most of the entrance tests for Engineering Colleges in India are held in the months of April / May / June.
We are providing admissions for coaching of various engineering entrance exams in different programs through selection criteria of percentage basis and scholarship test. Such programs are as Regular Classroom Programs (RCP), Distance Learning Programs (DLP) and E-Learning Programs (ELP).
According to the existing system, students have to prepare for a plethora of entrance exams to various engineering institutes. The move to have a common entrance exam for admissions to all centrally-funded engineering colleges, including the IITs, is a welcome step. A common Joint Entrance Examination would significantly lessen the burden on engineering aspirants.
According to proposed JEE:
As per the JAB, the exam will be called Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) and will be made of two parts, JEE (Main) and JEE (Advanced). Two distinct "patterns of admission" will be used. For IITs, an average of the marks from Class XII Board exams and JEE (Main) will be used for screening, allowing only a fixed number of candidates to be considered for admission. Ranking between these candidates will be based entirely on JEE (Advanced), the format of which will be decided by the joint admission board of IITs. For other institutions, the rankings will give 40% weight to Class XII Board exams, 30% to JEE (Main) and 30% to JEE (Advanced).