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IIT JEE 2014

The Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) are a group of autonomous public engineering institutes of higher education. The IITs are governed by the Institutes of Technology Act, 1961 which has declared them as "institutions of national importance", and lays down their powers, duties, framework for governance etc. IITs are listed as societies under the Indian Societies Registration Act.

These institutes play a leading role in technological manpower development and have research programs comparable to the best in the world. The admissions to the Undergraduate Programs at these institutions for all Indian and Foreign nationals are made through the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE).

It is the toughest engineering entrance exam in the world with a success rate of around 1 in 50. In addition to B. Tech and M. Tech programs IITs also award other graduate degrees such as M.S. in engineering, M.Sc. in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, MBA, PhD and more. Admission to these programs is through Common Admission Test (CAT), Joint Admission Test to M.Sc. (JAM) and Common Entrance Examination for Design (CEED).

The Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and the Union government have agreed to the new format of IIT entrance examination as suggested by the Joint Admission Board (JAB). The new format of exams will be implemented from 2014.

Under the new format of entrance exams for IIT adopted on June 27, aspirants will first have to appear for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE)-Main. Only the top 1,50,000 students of JEE will then be eligible to take the JEE-Advanced exam. The top-ranked candidates who clear this exam will finally be eligible for around 9,000 seats at the IITs. However, the final selection of candidates will be based on the JEE-Advanced scores, subject to condition that they are in the top 20 percentile in their board exams as well. So, even though class XII board marks won't be added to the JEE-Advanced marks, it would be an eligibility criterion. As of now, students scoring 60% in their board exams are eligible to apply to the IITs.

Students who aspire for a seat in IIT and prepare for it in advance generally perform well in their board exams. However, there are many students who aim for IIT and neglect their studies . These students don't perform well in board exams and find it hard to even clear the IIT entrance exams. The new format will make such students pay attention to their classroom study, which will eventually help them understand concepts in details. These students will also be able to get a seat in other professional colleges with the help of a good score in board exams

IITs are maintaining global standards of teaching and research. The Institutes are continuously evaluating and modifying curricula as per the emerging trends in industry. The IITs play vital role in the higher-technical education system in the country. These Institutes are accountable for: Producing high quality technical manpower relevant to the needs of our country, Meeting the increasing demand for quality manpower in IT and related areas, IITs are promoting their students intake in the rising areas, and providing an ambience for promotion of research, advancement and improvement. Strength of students in the IITs has increased over 40 percent in the last few years. Computing and networking facilities have been upgraded to meet the transformation of pedagogy. Teaching in electronic classroom and video-conferencing are being meticulously used by students preparing for IITs.

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