JEE Advanced 2019: The application exam began at jeeadv.nic.in. Exam to be conducted by IIT-Roorkee on May 27, 2019. For the JEE Main qualifying candidates, the applications will begin from May 3, 2019 (Friday).
IIT-Mandi's Catalyst will support and enable willing innovators, entrepreneurs or aspiring/ set-up startups to develop prototypes, test and take them to the market in the Himalayan region with a viable business plan. Individual price up to Rs 1 lakh and grant up to Rs 16 lakh will be bestowed.
The last date to apply for the two-year course is June 4, 2019. Internship and dissertation to be part of the course along with 16 courses across 48 disciplines including anthropology, development studies, economics, psychology and the humanities.
IIT Mandi FEMER admissions 2019: The last date to apply for the one-week course is May 30, 2019. The registration process is on and will conclude on May 30, 2019. Interested candidates can apply at the official website — iitmandi.ac.in.
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Selected candidates will get lodging for two years, funding support up to Rs 50 lakh to develop proof of Concept (PoC), technical and business support and access to investors and entrepreneurship support programs. Applications closing on April 30, 2019.
DG BIS said, there is a need of active involvement of technical institutes such as IITs in elevating India’s position from ‘Standard takers’ to ‘Standard makers’. IIT-Delhi to incorporate topics on standardization and conformity assessment in the academics.
IIT JAM 2019 scorecards have been released and merit list is yet to be out. The JAM is the entrance exam for admission to M.Sc. courses in IITs. The submission of application form of admission will begin from April 11 and will conclude on April 24, 2019.
While Raghuvanshi has topped the exam, his friends, Ronak and Vikash have secured rank 8 and 14 respectively. With the aim of top 50 rank in mind, all three of them practised test series together and discussed the approach taken to solve difficult problems etc.
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.