Hello candidates, Not so sure which college will accept JEE Main scorecard? Don’t worry. We will provide all information about institutes that will give admission based on JEE Main 2022 scorecard. After qualifying JEE Main Entrance exam, Applicants can check JEE Main participating colleges to know which colleges they will apply to. National Testing Agency (NTA) releases the list of JEE Main 2022 participating institutes in online mode at the official website.
If we talk about participating institutes, it consists of 25 Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIITs), 31 National Institute of Technology (NITs) and 28 Centrally Funded Technical Institutes (CFTIs). Apart from talking about the JEE Main participating colleges, some institutes and states also offer admissions based on JEE Main entrance exam ranks.
Q. What is the admission process for JEE Main 2022 participating institutes?
A. During admissions, the applicants will have to qualify for JEE Main 2022 and register for JoSAA, a centralized counselling process. After registering, the aspirants will have to select their choice of college and course as per their eligibility. JoSAA authorities will declare the allotment result online based on the candidate’s merit, preferences and availability of seats.
Q. How many institutes are participating in JEE Main 2022?
A. Throughout JEE Main 2022 scores, the aspirants will apply for admission into 31 NITs, 25 IIITs and 28 GFTIs. Various state and private colleges also give entries based on JEE Main scores.
A. IIIT Delhi is also good, but its fee is very high because it is a private institute. Also, the coding culture of IIITs is far better than many NITs. If you are interested in CSE/IT, IIIT_H is the best option.
Q. Which states offer admission based on JEE Main?
A. Many states offer admissions based on JEE Main 2022 scores. Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Delhi, Bihar, Jharkhand and Rajasthan are a few conditions that allow students based on their JEE Main 2022.
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