JEE Main and Top Engineering Colleges in India
Join Entrance Exam, commonly known as JEE is the most important examination for candidates who wish to join the Top Engineering Colleges in India. JEE is a Pan India Common Engineering Entrance Exam which is conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for admissions into Government funded Engineering Colleges. Previously, JEE Mains was known as All India Engineering Entrance Exam (AIEEE) and in 2013 it was changed by CBSE when IIT JEE became JEE Advanced. Candidates who wishes to get into IITs by giving IIT Advanced, JEE Mains is the qualifying exam. Every year more than 12 Lakh students appear for JEE Main and the top 220,000 students will qualify for JEE Advanced. It’s also known as one of the toughest engineering entrance exam internationally. So, Engineering aspirants who wish to take up admissions at NITs, other state funded colleges, IIT aspirants trying to take up courses at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) or ISMs should apply, attempt and secure top rank in JEE Mains 2018.
India is not quite deprived of engineering colleges, however it would be a hassle to choose the best from a pool of Engineering colleges. Different colleges have different cutoffs and Eligibility Criteria for their applicants. This allows the candidates to choose from a wide range of colleges which would suit them the best. Eligible candidates, who have secured the required marks and have completed eligibility criteria would be called upon by the colleges for the counseling process. Being aware of the colleges which will be selecting students as per the applicant’s JEE Main scores will help them to make quick decisions to take a step into the institute which will help build your future prospects. In order to get into India’s premium Engineering Institute, IITs; candidates must also qualify JEE Advanced. Here are some of the top Engineering Colleges in India (Private and Government) that would accept JEE Main scores:
- Indian Institute of Technology (JEE Advanced)
- BITS Pilani; Pilani
- IT-BHU; Varanasi
- College if engineering, Anna University; Guindy
- Jadavpur University, Faculty of Engg & Tech; Calcutta
- Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad
- NIT; Warangal
- BIT, Mesra; Ranchi
- NIT; Trichy
- Delhi College of Engineering; New Delhi
- NIT; Suratkal
Indian Institute of Technology is the premium engineering institute of the nation. Candidate must qualify JEE Mains to attempt JEE Advanced. Candidates who secured the top ranks in JEE Advanced will be admitted to different IITs spread across India.
JEE Main 2018 is based on NCERT Higher Secondary Syllabus. The challenge for the students is the time constraint as they have to solve a lot in less time. Candidates who wish to qualify JEE Main 2018 must note that only by through study, use of good study materials, and practicing several JEE Main mock papers they can ace the exam. By acing JEE Main 2018, candidates can successfully pursue their engineering course in Top Engineering colleges of India.