Why IITs are not conducting spot round for hundreds of vacancies?
What would be proportionate number of vacant seats in IITs when total number of vacant seats in NITs/IIITs/GFTIs is over 5500? Going by proportion and approximation, probably 1000 or more seats would be vacant in Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs).
No doubt, the startling figure also strengthens serious doubts on the efficacy of Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA), which was launched to reduce chances of vacancy in IITs, NITs, IIITs and GFTIs.
But the major issue here is “Why IITs are not conducting a spot round of counselling in a manner which CSAB has eventually been forced to do?”
It’s true that CSAB is conducting the special round of counselling for NIT/IIIT/GFTI after much persuasion from students and parents that led to MHRD intervention in the unjustified approach of counselling under JoSAA. But why IITs are trying to be elite and not listening to the mass uproar and policy intervention that applies to them as well?
According to the latest announcement from CSAB, more than 5500 seats are available for special round of counselling in NITs, IIITs and GFTIs. The latest number of actual vacancy is almost double that what the Central Seat Allocation Board had been claiming since the 4th and final round of JoSAA counselling ended. Earlier, CSAB officials had claimed that around 3000 seats remained unfilled in NITs, IIITs and GFTIs.
Similarly, the number of IIT vacant seats which is claimed by experts to be in hundreds, may turn out to be worse than expected. A number of loopholes in JoSAA have already put careers of thousands of students on stake.
Would IIT declare the number of vacant seats now? Would HRD Ministry please intervene into the vacancy in IITs also?
The details on vacant seats at NITs/IIITs/GFTIs to be filled by special round of CSAB counselling below:
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I passed my examination of 12th in 2021. Can I attempt JEE Advanced 2022
Yes you can appear for JEE-Advance 2022 if you have passed class 12th in 2021 because as per the allowed number of attempts for JEE-Advance, the candidates is allowed to appear for JEE-Advance for maximum of two consecutive years which includes first year as of passing year of class 12th.
Also you have to appear for JEE-Main 2022 and should mandatorily qualify it in order to appear for JEE-Advance 2022 and as of now there is no percentage criteria to appear for JEE-Advance but if the 75% criteria might get restored for 2022 then you should have at least 75% in your class 12th .
Now there are some criterion which you need to satisfy in order to appear for JEE-Main 2022 so let us discuss them.
1--- Age criteria :- There is no age limit to appear in JEE-Main but note that there might be the age limit in any particular institution taking admission through JEE-Main score, so you should keep this thing in mind.
2--- Qualifying Examination :- To be eligible for JEE-Main one should have passed 10+2 examination with Physics, Mathematics as mandatory subjects along with one of the Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology/ Technical Vocational subject from any of the recognized central or state board.
3--- Year of qualification :- For JEE-Main 2022 only those candidates who have passed Class 12 / equivalent examination in 2020, 2021 or 2022; or those who will be appearing in Class 12th / equivalent examination in 2022, would be eligible to appear.
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I DIDNT GAVE JEE ADVANCED IN 2021 BUT QUALIFIED FOR IT THROUGH MAINS SO CAN I DIRECTLY GIVE JEE ADVANCED 2022 WITHOUT JEE MAINS 2022
As you mentioned You qualified for jee advance by clearing jee mains but didn't appear advance exam. So, you can take admission in college on the basis of your mains rank in NITS not in IITS this year.
For next year, you need to again crack jee mains for appearing in jee Advance.
Qualify mains 2022 for appearing in advance 2022.
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i wanna dummy shool in 10 th im in 9 now who can i do so whats the way to do so i will take coachng istead of school my ai is ntse and iit jee
The process of applying for dummy schooling varies from school to school. You can contact the school you wish to take admission in and discuss the procedure it follows with the faculty. Usually they ask you to do the required documentation which again varies with different schools. You may consult the terms and conditions with the administrative staff if any and make a wise choice.
Dummy schools differs from regular ones, as they don't require you to go to school daily. These are mainly preferred by JEE/NEET aspirants. While many dummy schools take care of attendance, some also manage marks for internal examinations. A minimum of 75% attendance is essential to appear in CBSE examination. Dummy schools help maintaining the number without really asking the student to come to school. It gives time to students to attend coaching for JEE/NEET prep. It aids students to focus on their preparation without worrying about the school homework or assignment. Nowadays many JEE/NEET aspirants prefer dummy schooling. These schools just require you to come on some specific days to fulfill the formalities. You might be asked to appear in some important exams or practicals (as the case maybe), otherwise you can devote your 100% focus to the coaching/JEE or NEET preparation.
In case you wish to apply for dummy admission, consult the administrative staff of the respective school and do all the required formalities. Note that there is no common process for dummy admission, so do talk to the faculty at the schools about the procedure they follow.
can i get electrical engineering in iit delhi with 1900 as my jee advanced rank and i belong to obc ncl category
In 2020, the cut-off for ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING in IIT DELHI was 365 for Male and 1429 for female in OBC NCL . in the case of Electrical Engineering (Power and Automation),the cutoff was 588 for Male and 1810 for female in OBC NCL.
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maine 2019 me 12th diya h C.B.S.E se kya main fir se bihar board se 12th de kar jee advance de sakta hu
As per my knowledge, The maximum number of attempts that the candidates can attempt JEE Advanced is two times in two consecutive years. So, if you had qualified your boards in 2019 and qualified the JEE mains exam, then I don't think it that very much need to write your boards again.
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