Every year lacs of students compete for seats in reputed engineering colleges like the Indian Institutes of Technology, National Institutes of Technology and other government and private colleges. The entry to these colleges is gained through Joint Entrance Examination, popularly known as JEE which is a national level engineering entrance exam held usually on first or second Sunday of April every year for admission to different engineering courses. Performance in JEE is the main criteria for securing admission to the NITs and other institutes while it is the first stage exam for admission to the IITs. Between 10 and 12 lakh students appeared for the JEE Main examination every year.
It sounds easy to advice, but it is you who will make or break the success deal. So, do not let stress overrule you, instead use it to push you closer to your academic dreams. Serious students will pause and identify the path that will help them overcome the obstacles, without allowing the tides to engulf their efforts.
It is very well understood that there might be some ambiguity Students might face while giving the exam in CBT mode for the first time and to overcome this barrier, IIT Kanpur (The exam organization Body for JEE Advanced 2018) has released various help videos (available in both English and Hindi) and mock Tests, in order to help Students acclimatize this new testing pattern. These can be accessed at the official website of JEE Advanced.
Engineering has been attracting a large number of Students in India, over a past few decades. But have you ever pondered why engineering holds such magnitude of importance around itself? The reasons for the same or as I would rather prefer to put forward, the pros of being an engineer are umpteen.