Dreaming of getting BITS Pilani admission to complete your four-year undergraduate bachelors in engineering? Here are some well researched tips by the academic experts on what are the strategies to sneak your way into IITs and NITS in India. Pay close attention and you will be able to get over the hitches, every intermediate student faces.
Since the time when IT sector of India witnessed a huge boost after 90s, the engineers also began to see new grass to walk on. Only over the last decade, the list of engineering colleges has increased and so has the demand of well qualified engineers. But every student who dreams of becoming an engineer, wants to do it a big way. Not every engineering college offers the same class of elite learning that the IITs, NITs and BITS Pilani offer.
Students need to understand that there is no shortcut for success. This guide is not about how you could follow certain steps and then wait to receive your admission letter from IIT. Here, you will know what you need to do and follow to become a deserving student.
All the top notch engineering institutes demand students to have a high score in All India Common Entrance Examination also known as Joint Entrance Examination (JEE). Since the last three years, it has begun to conduct in two parts – Mains and Advanced. The lucky 15,000 students who clear JEE Mains get to sit in the next level exams – JEE Advanced.
Thanks to the internet, now you can apply from the comfort of your home. All the application procedures have become online; from registration to payment fees. You will need to fill a form and then send it to desired Institute online.
Moreover, if you want to get admission in the BITS Pilani within your state, then you may appear in Common Entrance Test, CET, which is only conducted for the state level engineering aspirants.
To get into the apex technical institute, aspirants are required to pay close attention to their marks in High Scholl Examination and class XII. All students should have a minimum of equivalent to 50% in class X and 50% marks in Physics and Mathematics. Also, they should have studied Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science or Bio-technology as an optional subject in class XII.
As to the minimum age criteria, student must have attained an age of 18 years to get admission in engineering institution, while the maximum age is 23 years on the date of appearing for the JEE Mains. Students belonging to SC/ST/PD classes are able to get a relaxation in higher age limit of up to five years.
After the completion of B.Tech from an apex institution, there are myriad of opportunities for a student. You can easily get a job through campus placements or decide to pursue higher education. Speaking about the campus placements, IITs, NITs and BIT have the average placement rate of above 90%. Students can also opt for doing research based courses after completing their undergraduate programs.