JoSAA result 2019: Those who qualify for admissions will have to get their documents verified at the reporting centres from July 13 to 14, 2019. The result will be available at josaa.nic.in, while the seat matrix is already out.
JEE Advanced: The number of females appearing and clearing the JEE Advanced is low as compared to male candidates. Out of those who are offered admission at IITs, many females opt out due to social constraints - despite supernumerary seats and separate merit list. Experts claim the situation can be improved by having equal opportunities and training at the school-level.
JoSAA result 2019: There will be a total of seven rounds and the result of fourth round has been declared at josaa.nic.in. The next counselling round result and seat allotment list will be out on July 12, 2019.
"At present, there is no proposal to establish affordable training centres for IIT aspirants belonging to the poor families and Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) of the society," HRD minister Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank' said
JoSAA round three result 2019: There are a total of seven rounds. This is the result for third round based on which students will get admission to IITs, NITs, IIESTs, IIITs. The result will be displayed at josaa.nic.in.
JoSAA 2019: Candidates who have cleared JEE Mains can seek admission to all the colleges except IITs. For IITs, one has to clear JEE Advanced. Eligible can apply at josaa.nic.in. Once filled, the choice of the institute cannot be modified.
Despite supernumerary seats, direct entrance for JEE advanced, the number of foreign students appearing for IIT entrance is low. A total of 807 foreign-based students applied for JEE advanced, of which 53 appeared and only one qualified. Last year too, only 51 foreign students registered for the exam and 36 students appeared for it; of which only four qualified
The IIT Director talks about why the IITs face problems in breaking into top 100 in world rankings, the ‘fragmented education system’, and how the race for board marks and grind of coaching institutes are affecting the kind of students they get.
A group of IIT-Madras students protesting against Tuesday’s assault on a PhD scholar, Sooraj, marched towards the administrative block demanding that the assailants be expelled from the institute. Saying that the attackers pose a threat to the safety of students in the varsity, the group claimed that they also have a history of violent behaviour. […]