Why do people prepare for competitive exams? It’s the constant question that keeps bothering a normal kid like most of us. Well, there can be hundreds of reasons why students prepare for such exams. Some prepare to get a good experience, some to get a handsome salary or to gain respect in society. Reasons may vary but the core purpose will always be to land in a good college! Seeing the number of students who apply at universities, it’s getting even harder to secure a seat. In such a situation, competitive exams give you an edge where you’ll be put to test your skills, knowledge, and almost everything.
Here in this article, we will discuss things, particularly from the JEE Mains’s point of view. As you know, the National Testing Agency (NTA) conducts this exam and gives an opportunity to students to secure seats for their undergraduate program in the engineering field. JEE Mains 2022 session 1 ended on the 29th of June and session 2 exams will be conducted from July 21 to 30. Those who will qualify for the exam will become eligible for taking admission to several engineering colleges based on the scores obtained. Thus, your scores will define which college you’ll get into.
But out of thousands of colleges and universities, how can one decide which one is the best? Well, for that, there are several factors that one should keep in mind while evaluating a college. These factors include Infrastructure, Alumni network, quality of education, opportunities and resources available, extracurricular activities conducted, connectivity, location, hostel services, faculty, management of the institute, and several other factors. But, not to worry! NIRF has made things easy for you. Every year NIRF (National Institutional Ranking Framework) releases the list of universities that are best in their respective fields! Based on the NIRF ranking, here are a few colleges that you can set your eyes on while preparing for this competitive exam.
- NIT Trichy – National Institute of Technology Tiruchirappalli
- NIT Surathkal – National Institute of Technology Karnataka
- NIT Rourkela – National Institute of Technology
- DTU Delhi- Delhi Technological University
- ICT Mumbai – Institute of Chemical Technology
- NIT Warangal – National Institute of Technology
- Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Coimbatore
- IIEST Shibpur – Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology
- NIT Calicut- National Institute of Technology
- VNIT Nagpur
- SRM University Chennai: SRM Institute of Science and Technology
- IIIT Bangalore: International institute of information technology
- JMI New Delhi – Jamia Millia Islamia
Remember, JEE Main is a competitive exam where almost 10 Lakh students appear every year and only 2,50,000 become eligible to appear for the JEE Advanced exam. So make sure to keep a check on other good colleges and universities as well.
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