What after JEE Mains 2017 Result? Do’s & Don’t’s  after JEE Mains

    What after jee mains Result 2017
    What after jee mains Result 2017

    JEE Mains has become one of the most sought Engineering Entrance Exam in India as it promises admission in some of the Top Ranked Engineering Institutes in India. As the result for JEE Mains 2017 has just being published on 27th of May, the students are now busy on finding the answers to the Questions like What after JEE Mains 2017 exam?. This article will get you through various parameters associated with What if you qualified for JEE Advanced and what if you haven’t?

    What after JEE Mains?

    Choosing the Best Engineering college is solely based on your Strategy. One must have to make a clear strategy in place to execute differents plan of action after JEE main Result. Only among the top 2,20,000 (including all categories) candidates from JEE Mains will be eligible to apply for JEE Advanced 2017. However, the aspirants who couldn’t perform well should immediately plan the next options.  Throughout this article, Our Team will guide you to deal with possible questions related to What after JEE Mains 2017?

    What after JEE Mains 2017?

    Gear up for JEE Advanced

    Those who score great in JEE Mains goes for JEE Advanced. If you are among those top 2 lakh candidates qualified for JEE Advanced, then the very First thing you have to do is to apply for JEE Advanced Online application starting from April 29 to May 4.

    JEE Mains Cutoff Score For JEE Advanced 2017

    This Year Central Board of Secondary Education(CBSE) has published the cutoff Scores for appearing in JEE Advanced 2017. Here is the Category wise divided list of JEE Mains Cutoff Score For JEE Advanced 2017.

    Category Cut-off Score
    Common Rank List( General) 81
    Other Backward Class (OBC-NCL) 49
    Scheduled Caste (SC) 32
    Scheduled Tribe (ST) 27
    Person with Disability *(PWD) 1

    Every year Lakhs of aspirants apply for JEE Mains with an aim of getting admission in Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs). Some of the other prestigious institutes of India like ISM Dhanbad, IISERs, IISC Bangalore etc also accepts JEE Advanced scores for admission. So it is my personal suggestion to devote your time to JEE Advanced Preparation.

    Get ready for JEE Mains Counselling

    What if you haven’t Qualified for JEE Advanced? Does it mean a complete end of your Career? Well, the answer is no! Don’t be disappointed as there are possibilities that you can get admission in some of the good engineering colleges on your JEE Main scores. What you have to do is to go for JEE Mains Central Counselling.

    The Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) have the authority to regulate the common counselling for admissions to 92 Participating Institutes of JEE Main 2017. The Counselling Process of JEE Main 2017 is consist of these following stages

    • Online registration.
    • Selection of choice.
    • Consolidation of choice.
    • Allotment of seats.
    • Fees payment.
    • Reporting at the reporting centre allotted for each institute.
    • Reporting to the final allotted institute.

    Candidates are advised to get ready for JEE Mains 2017 Counselling with best available information on Participating institutes. Once CBSE will publish your class 12th score card, the board will announce the JEE Mains 2017 Counselling schedule on or before the first week of July 2017.

    Prepare for Counselling of other Exams

    Few days before I was reading Top 100 Engineering Colleges in India by NIRF and with no surprise, I found some of the Top Engineering Colleges taking admission with their own Entrance Test. These Highly Ranked Engineering Colleges has nothing to do with your JEE Mains score. All you have to do is to clear these State and Central Level Engineering Entrance Exam to get admission into these Prestigious Colleges. If you have appeared for other state/university level engineering entrance exams, then it is the right time to gear up for their counselling procedure. Check out the list of some of the top Engineering Entrance Examination other than JEE Mains and JEE Advanced.

    Top University level Engineering Entrance Exams in India

    Here is the list of Top Universities Engineering Entrance in India.

    Exam Result Date Counselling
    BITSAT May 14-May 28, 2017 2nd-3rd week of July 2017
    AMITY JEE  1st Week of May 2017  Second Week of May
    SRMJEE  May 2, 2017  May 5 to May 11
    MU OET   Mid week of May 2017 June 2nd week to July First Week
    VITEEE  Result Declared  May 10 to May 12, 2017

    Top State level Engineering Entrance Exams in India

    Apart from the above mentioned Universities Engineering Exams, various State Level Exams can also offer you some of best engineering courses.Here is the list of few of very prestigious State Level Engineering Entrance Exams India.

    Exam Result Date Counselling
    WBJEE  June 5, 2017 3rd week of June
    MAHARASHTRA CET  2nd Week of June Last week of July
    BCECE 2nd week of May (1st Phase)
    last week of June( second Phase)
     Mid week of July
    COMEDK UGET  Last week of May  Last week of June
    ODISHA JEE  First Week of June  Last week of June
    GGSIPU CET  May 9, 2017  1st week of June

    What if you are not able to clear the cutoff Score or have scored LOW RANK IN JEE MAINS..? Does it mean a complete end of your Career? Well, the answer is no!. You can also check these 30+ High Profile Engineering Colleges in Delhi/NCR if you failed to score great in JEE Mains.

    You can ask your admission related queries by emailing us at [email protected] Our Top Expert from various part of the country will bring out the Best Possible solution for you. You Can also leave your comments in the comment box mentioned below.

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