Why Choose NITs to Kickstart Your Engineering Career?

Engineering as a profession has become so popular in our society that every second person is doing B. Tech. There are so many engineers from colleges one can’t even count.

But it is very important to maintain the quality of education along with the increasing quantity. One must know the best colleges and institutes which not only provides you the degree but a piece of knowledge also, which can help you to survive in the corporate world.

IITs are said to be the best for engineering. But unfortunately IITs avail only 9,885 seats in 17 IITs all over India. These approximately 1,000 seats are not enough for 9 lakh candidates that apply for engineering every year.

The second best choice after IIT is NIT. The entrance exam for both is same and JEE Main is alone enough for getting into NIT.

JEE Main 2017

JEE Main or Joint Entrance Examination is the entrance exam for admissions to undergraduate engineering courses in all NITs. It is the first level exam and takes place before JEE advanced.

JEE Main 2017 will be held in the month of April and the application process has already started from November 2016. All you have to do is to register for the exam and start preparing.

After the exam, JEE Main results are declared in April itself. After the declaration of results, fill up the form of admission for NIT.

Fill your order of preference of the institutes and lock the choices. Now attend the counseling and a seat will be allotted to you as per your rank and marks.

JEE Main is said to be one of the most conventional ways to get into the NITs. However, JEE Main is a tough exam and hence you must prepare well.

Getting admission in NITs is definitely not a cake walk, but once you get into it, they are worth the fight.

Why NITs?

NIT or national institute of technology is considered as the second best institutes for engineering after IIT in India.

Every year about 10 lakh students appear for JEE Main, the entrance test for NITs, against only 5306 seats in 29 NITs. JEE Main 2016 results have been announced on June 23 and more than 2 lakh candidates qualified the exam this year. So you can surmise how bright the institutes are, that tons of candidates apply in this.

NIT is considered as the best option for those candidates which qualifies JEE Main but fails to qualify JEE Advanced. The reason being JEE Main score is alone enough for applying in NIT. There is no need to apply for JEE Advanced.

NITs in India

India has approximately 29 NIT institutes spread all over the country with each state having at least one institute. The NITs in India are:

  • National institute of technology in Karnataka
  • National institute of technology in Agartala
  • National institute of technology in Jalandhar
  • Maulana azad National institute of technology in Bhopal
  • National institute of technology in Hamirpur
  • National institute of technology in Tiruchirapalli
  • National institute of technology in Rourkela
  • Malviya National institute of technology in Jaipur
  • Visvesaraya National institute of technology in Nagpur
  • SV National institute of technology in Surat
  • National institute of technology in Nagaland
  • National institute of technology in Manipur
  • National institute of technology in Uttarakhand
  • National institute of technology in Durgapur
  • National institute of technology in Srinagar
  • National institute of technology in Goa
  • National institute of technology in Mizoram
  • National institute of technology in Jamshedpur
  • National institute of technology in Patna
  • National institute of technology in Delhi
  • Motilal Nehru National institute of technology in Allahabad
  • National institute of technology in Warangal
  • National institute of technology in Sikkim
  • National institute of technology in Arunachal Pradesh
  • National institute of technology in Puducherry
  • National institute of technology in Meghalaya
  • National institute of technology in Silchar
  • National institute of technology in Kurukshetra

The only way to get into these institutes is to clear the JEE Main exam at any cost. Only then you will be considered eligible for NIT.

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