Director of IIT Delhi, Ramgopal Rao, has decided to introduce new degree and short-term courses in the upcoming academic session. The introduction of these courses is an attempt to make IITs more inclusive. According to Mr. Rao, the introduction of these courses is not to lower the quality, but simply to broaden the base.
The short-term courses are for working professionals. “Through these short-term certificate courses, students can move up and finally get a degree if they crack the examinations held,” said Mr. Rao.
Some of the courses/programs include:
- Certificate Course on “Business Management (Focus: Digital Marketing)”
- Short-term Course on “Fracture Mechanics: Linear Elasticity and FEM”
- Executive Program in “Data and Decision Sciences Consulting”
- One-week course on “Seismic Design of Steel Structures”
- Workshop on “Transportation Systems: Dynamics and Control for Traffic, Vehicles, and Pedestrians”
- Workshop on “Atomistic Simulation of Materials”
IIT Delhi also plans to start a new program – “Professors of Practice”
“This program will be started to encourage people working in various industries to come and teach our students. There will be a selection committee to assess whether they are experts in their fields and if so, they will get the opportunity to teach at IIT-D,” said Mr. Rao.
You can visit here for more details about the courses.
Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) holds seven rounds of seat allocation for admission to top engineering colleges including Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IITs), National Institutes of Information Technology (NITs), Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) and Centrally Funded Technical Institutes (CFTIs).
All candidates who qualified in JEE Advanced are eligible to register for seat allocation in all the participating institutions. The candidates who qualified in JEE Main are eligible for seat allocation in all the participating institutes except for IITs.
Latest Update (18th July, 2019):
JoSAA released the results for seat allotment for Round 7 on 18th July, 2019 at their official website josaa.nic.in
Latest Update (15th July, 2019):
Joint Seat Allocation Authority has announced the results for the Round 6 seat allotment on 15th July, 2019
How to check your result for JoSAA 2019:
Step 1: Visit the official website josaa.nic.in
Step 2: Click on ‘View Seat Allotment Result of Round 6’
Step 3: Enter your JEE Main Application Number, Password and Security Pin
Step 4: Click ‘Login’
View your Result and take a printout for reference.
Update: July 12, 2019
JoSAA 2019 results for the seat allotment for Round 5 have been declared. To check the results candidates will have to login on the official site jossa.nic.in using their JEE MAIN 2019 application number and password.
Candidates who wish to confirm admission, have to appear for document verification between 13th July-14th July, 2019.
Update: July 9 – July 11, 2019
JoSAA 2019 results for the seat allotment for Round 4 have been declared, along with the JoSAA cut-off. To check the results candidates will have to login on the official site using their JEE MAIN 2019 application number and password.
Candidates who accept the seats allotted to them will have to report at the reporting centre for document verification and acceptance or withdrawal of seats. The authority will display the list of seats filled on 12th July, 2019.
Schedule of events of JoSAA 2019
|Registration and Choice Filling starts||16th June, 2019|
|Mock Seat Allotment for Round 1||22nd June, 2019 (Announced)|
|Mock Seat Allotment for Round 2||24th June, 2019 (Announced)|
|Registration and Choice Filling Ends||25th June, 2019|
|Reconciliation of data, verification and validation||26th June, 2019|
|Seat Allocation (Round 1)||27th June, 2019 (Announced)|
|Document verification and reporting at the reporting centres for acceptance/withdrawal of seat||28th June – 2nd July, 2019|
|Display of seats filled / availability status||3rd July, 2019|
|Seat Allocation (Round 2)||3rd July, 2019 (Announced)|
|Document verification and reporting at the reporting centres for acceptance/withdrawal of seat||4th July – 5th July, 2019|
|Display of seats filled / availability status||6th July, 2019|
|Seat Allocation (Round 3)||6th July, 2019 (Announced)|
|Document verification and reporting at the reporting centres for acceptance/withdrawal of seat||7th July – 8th July, 2019|
|Display of seats filled / availability status||9th July, 2019|
|Seat Allocation (Round 4)||9th July, 2019 (Announced)|
|Document verification and reporting at the reporting centres for acceptance/withdrawal of seat||10th – 11th July, 2019|
|Display of seats filled / availability status||12th July, 2019|
|Seat Allocation (Round 5)||12th July, 2019 (Announced)|
|Document verification and reporting at the reporting centres for acceptance/withdrawal of seat||13th – 14th July, 2019|
|Display of seats filled / availability status||15th July, 2019|
|Seat Allocation (Round 6)||15th July, 2019 (Announced)|
|Document verification and reporting at the reporting centres for acceptance/withdrawal of seat||16th – 17th July, 2019|
|Display of seats filled / availability status||18th July, 2019|
|Seat Allocation (Round 7: FINAL ROUND)||18th July, 2019|
|Document verification and reporting at the reporting centres for acceptance/withdrawal of seat||19th July, 2019 (for IITs)|
|Document verification and reporting at the reporting centres for acceptance/withdrawal of seat||19th July – 23rd July, 2019 (for others)|
Every Engineering aspirant dreams of getting into one of the most prestigious Indian Institute(s) of Technology. But, given the cut-throat competition, only a few students get the chance of turning this dream into a reality. Though, IIT Gandhinagar brings you an opportunity to experience the life of an IITian even if you fail to qualify GATE or JEE. How?
IIT Gandhinagar offers admission to non-degree and part-time non-degree programs. Students currently enrolled in any recognized university of India or abroad can seek admission to the non-degree programs. Admission to these courses are for both semesters, Semester I (August – September) and Semester II (January – April). Through these programs, the student can complete a semester of his/her academic discipline in IITGN. These students can conduct research or take course for credits during their session in IITGN. The aim of the program is to move IITs towards “inclusivity and transparency”. The students also receive a certificate at the completion of their course at IITGN.
Criteria for admission to Non-degree Programs:
Students of any recognized university, sponsored by the university can apply for admission to non-degree programs in IITGN.
Criteria for admission to Part-time Non-degree programs:
Students who have a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Master’s degree in Science or Humanities are eligible for admission to part-time non-degree courses offered by IITGN.
Interested students can visit at official site for further details.
While preparing for JEE Main, aspirants often commit certain mistakes. The mistakes committed either during the preparation or at the time of the examination often ruins the aspirants’ JEE score. Thus, this article is to help JEE aspirants identify the most common mistakes which may ruin their JEE score.
Following are some of the mistakes which are committed most often by students:
Not having a well-formed study plan – Knowing the syllabus, having good study material would not help you get a good score in JEE unless you have a study methodology. To qualify an exam as competitive as JEE Main, you must have a practical study plan that guides your preparation.
Not giving equal attention to all subjects – Oftentimes students end up paying more attention to the subject of their interest. It is important to understand that all the three subjects – Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics carry equal weightage in the JEE Main exam. Thus, it is important for students to give equal attention to all the subjects.
Measuring study time by the number of hours – Students often devote numerous hours studying a particular subject or topic and still don’t feel confident about it. The major problem is that most of the time students consider the quantity over the quality of their study time. It is important to understand that how well you study is much more important than how much you study.
Overconfidence – A lot of students overestimate their potential on the basis of good grades in school or in the mock examinations taken during the preparation time. This leads to overconfidence which acts as a great hindrance during the preparation time. Thus, it is very significant for students to stay humble and motivated throughout the journey.
Taking JEE way too seriously – One must understand that JEE is one of our life’s dreams, but not your entire life. You are young and have your whole life ahead of you. Thus, it is absolutely necessary to prepare yourself to face failure with a positive attitude.