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JEE Main 2020 September session papers have been concluded successfully from September 1 – 6, 2020. NTA announced result for JEE Main September session on September 11, 2020. JEE Main 2020 Qualifying cutoff has been declared. Check JEE Main 2020 Cut Off
Latest on JEE Main 2020 – JEE Main 2020 Counselling registrations/choice filling for academic programs under JoSAA has started from in October 6, 2020.
With the release of JEE Main Result, many aspirants have a fair idea whether they have made it to IITs or not. Getting into IITs is a hard nut to crack. If some candidates are not able to score well, need not worry. We have come up with the list of best colleges in which a student can take admission if he/she has not made to IITs. These colleges have quite lower cutoff and they offer good educational facilities to the students. NITs and IIITs are some of those colleges.
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Marks in JEE Main 2020 will be directly linked to the rank which a candidate will attain. Since the allocations of seats will be done through JEE Main 2020 on the basis of the ranking system, it is important to note what JEE Main 2020 Rank you will get as per your score. To get a fair bit of idea about your ranking in JEE Main based on your JEE Main Score you can refer the following table.
275 - 284
100 - 200
260 - 274
200 - 500
250 - 259
500 - 1000
240 - 249
1000 - 1500
220 - 239
1500 - 3500
200 - 219
3500 - 6000
180 - 199
6000 - 9500
9500 - 15000
120 - 149
15000 - 35000
More than 35000
The value below a certain per cent of observations fall is a percentile score. The percentile of a student will be calculated in the given formula –
NIT’s are the next big option when you realize that your score is not enough to grab a seat in the IIT’s. Thus, it is crucial to note the expected closing ranks for various NIT’s so that you don’t miss on the college of your choice. The table below lists NITs where admission is possible at a low JEE Main rank. The closing ranks are mentioned in analysis of previous years’ cut offs for NITs.
|Name of the NIT||Name of the Course||Closing Rank||Category|
|NIT Jalandhar||Biotechnology||93080||Female Only|
|NIT Jalandhar||Chemical Engineering||80428||Gender-Neutral|
|NIT Agartala||Chemical Engineering||3,19,419||Gender Neutral|
|NIT Agartala||Civil Engineering||2,54,362||Gender Neutral|
|NIT Agartala||Computer Science and Engineering||98,197||Gender-Neutral|
|NIT Agartala||Mechanical Engineering||2,24,062||Gender-Neutral|
|NIT Durgapur||Biotechnology||55,055||Female Only|
|NIT Durgapur||Metallurgical and Materials Engineering||57,485||Female Only|
|NIT Goa||Civil Engineering||1,46,182||Gender Neutral|
|NIT Goa||Mechanical Engineering||60,750||Gender-Neutral|
|NIT Hamirpur||Chemical Engineering||2,21,967||Gender-Neutral|
|NIT Hamirpur||Civil Engineering||1,64,457||Gender-Neutral|
|NIT Meghalaya||Civil Engineering||1,17,205||Gender-Neutral|
|NIT Meghalaya||Computer Science and Engineering||59,052||Gender-Neutral|
|NIT Meghalaya||Electronics and Communications Engineering||87,987||Open|
|NIT Puducherry||Civil Engineering||96,543||OBC-NCL|
|NIT Puducherry||Computer Science and Engineering||56,609||OBC-NCL|
|NIT Raipur||Civil Engineering||55,084||Open|
You may have got a fair bit of idea by now about what you can expect even if you are getting a low score in JEE Main. Apart from the NIT’s, there are a number of other government-funded and private institutes which admit students scoring below 120 marks in JEE Main. The list of such colleges is compiled below.
Here is the list of colleges apart from NIT’s and IIIT’s that you can opt for.
|IIIT, Amethi||Indian Institute of Information Technology(IIIT), Allahabad||BIT, Ranchi||BIT, Patna|
|KIIT, Bhubaneswar||Jaipur University||Lovely Professional University||SMVDU, Jammu Tawi|
|Kalasalingham, Krishnakoil||MJPR, Bareilly||Assam University||Tezpur University|
|Vivekananda Global University, Jaipur||IIIT, Gwalior||BIT, Deogarh||IIITD and Management, Kancheepuram|
|MGRERI, Chennai||SPA, Delhi||College of Engineering, Pune||VNIT, Nagpur|
The list of colleges mentioned above is not exhaustive, there are certain state universities which also reserve seats for students from that particular state. Students can look for those options depending upon the state from where they completed their schooling. Other option would be to opt for the state-sponsored engineering exams which are held around the same time as IIT JEE and are comparatively easier to crack.
Many students face this dilemma whether they should take admission in new NITs if they get a seat there, or should they wait to get listed in old NITs. Few points that requires to be kept in mind at the time of admission are:
The only point where new NITs lack is that some of them do not possess a permanent campus and are functioning through temporary campuses. The Central Government is trying its best to provide permanent campuses at the earliest. Students while seeking admission in any of the NITs should focus on its infrastructural and other offered facilities.
If candidates get a low rank in JEE Main 2020, it is advised that they appear for other state level engineering entrance tests or tests conducted by deemed private universities. Scoring well in these entrance tests will not only offer you admission but help you in not dropping an year for preparation. The table below highlights some of such engineering entrance tests.
|Name of the Institute||Location||Examination|
|Birla Institute of Technology||Pilani, Rajasthan||BITSAT|
|Thapar University||Patiala, Punjab||First Five State Toppers/ JEE Main Rank|
|Manipal Institute of Technology||Manipal, Karnataka||MUOET|
|Sri Sivasubramaniya Nadar College of Engineering||Chennai||SNUSAT|
|R.V. College of Engineering||Bangalore||COMED K|
|Vellore Institute of Technology||Vellore||VITEEE|
|MS Ramaiah||Bangalore||COMED K|
|Uttaranchal Petroleum Institute||Dehradun||UPES|
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