hok can i join iit
The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is a common admission test for candidates seeking admission to the B.Tech programme.
It is conducted by all the seven IITsin the month of April every year.
Candidates who have secured 60% (5% relaxation for SC/ST/PD) marks in aggregate in their respective board examination are eligible for the test.
The JEE will be a single objective type examination which will test the comprehension and analytical abilities of students.
For more details refer to the JEE brochure.
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IIT, is one of the premier engineering institute in India, a degree from IIT is world wide acclaimed and acknowledged.
Getting admission in IIT's very competitive, I would request aru.chopra to give you the detailed information regarding the eligibility criteria to get admission in IIT.
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Hi pushpendra,The admission to undergraduate programs in all IITs is done via Joint Entrance Examination, popularly known as IIT-JEE. The candidates who opt for the B.Arch. (Bachelor of Architecture) for in IIT Kharagpur and IIT Roorkee, and the B.Des. (Bachelor of Design) program in IIT Guwahati, are also required to clear an aptitude test as well.All the candidates who qualify the admission via IIT-JEE can apply for admission in B.Tech. , Dual Degree which consists of Integrated Bachelor of Technology and Master of Technology and Integrated M.Sc. IITs, IT-BHU and ISM Dhanbad. The IIT-JEE exam is a science-oriented entrance exam, testing an ... view more
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