JEE Main What After Result
Main 2018 is over, the next question that comes up is – What after JEE Main? What are the various options that are available after appearing for the exam? What to do in case of low scores? What next in case of good scores? So many questions that come in the mind of the aspirants for whom much is at stake. The result of year long preparation in some cases more than 2 years of preparation says whether admissions to the NITs, IIITs and CFTIs is possible; whether qualifying for JEE Advanced will bear fruit on May 20 when the exam will be held.
The options may vary for students who have done well and students who may not have done well but the fact remains that there are good options. Take a look at the different possibilities that come as an answer to the question of what after JEE Main?
If you are one of the people who are among the top 2,24,000 candidates in JEE Main, then you will be eligible for JEE Advanced. The examination will be conducted on May 20, 2018 for admissions into Indian Institute of Technology (IITs). Around 11,000 seats are available for admissions in the participating IITs. Registrations for JEE Advanced 2018 has been commenced from May 2 to May 7.
Other institutes that will consider JEE Advanced merit are Indian Institutes of Science Education & Research (IISERs), Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology (IIST).
If you have not made the cut for JEE Advanced, then do not get disappointed. Based on your JEE Main performance, you will be eligible for admissions into good engineering institutes. Through JoSAA counselling, you can be allotted into seats offered by NITs, IIITs and CFTIs. The allotment process will be conducted by Joint Seat Allocation Authority and admissions will be done based on your All India Rank (AIR) and choice of college or courses.
NIT Colleges Accepting JEE Main Score
IIIT Colleges Accepting JEE Main Score
GFTI Colleges Accepting JEE Main Score
Other Engineering Entrance Examinations
Other than NITs, IIITs, CFTIs and IITs, there are other top engineering entrance options present for you. Private and state level engineering entrance examination will also be able to win you a seat into prestigious institutes. By attempting other top engineering entrance exams, you will be able to provide yourself a wider range of options to select from. These examinations will also let you be closer to home and ensure good all round education.
|S.No.||Exams||Eligibility Conditions||Exam Dates 2018|
|1||UPSEE 2018||12th PCM with 45% for GEN & 40% for (OBC/SC/ST)||April|
|2||KEAM 2018||12th PCM with 45% & 40% for (OBC/SC/ST)||April 4th Week|
|3||VITEEE||12th PCM with 60% for GEN & 50% for (OBC/SC/ST)||April|
|4||BITSAT||75% marks in 12th PCM||May|
|5||WBJEE||Must have a West Bengal Domicile||April 4th Week|
|6||MHT-CET||12th PCM with 50% for GEN & 45% for (OBC/SC/ST)||May 2nd Week|
|7||KCET||12th PCM with 45% & 40% for (OBC/SC/ST)||May 1st Week|
|Must have a Karnataka Domicile or 7 Years of Studies in Karnataka|
|8||AP EAMCET||12th PCM with 45% & 40% for (OBC/SC/ST)||April 4th Week|
|Must have an Andhra Pradesh Domicile|
|9||VTU EEE||Pass in 10+2 or its equivalent||Jan 4th Week|
|10||EAMCET||Must have Andhra Pradesh Domicile||April 4th Week|
State Engineering Entrance Examinations
If you wish to study near home, then you can always apply for state engineering entrance examinations. These examinations provide admissions into the best government institutes and give preference to those students who meet the domicile requirements. Some states also give admissions through JEE Main. These states use the All India ranks to allot seats and simply conduct the counselling based on a specified eligibility criteria as announced the state authorities.
States offering partial admissions through JEE Main
- Maharashtra – Maharashtra state offers 15% of the total seats at private/self-financed engineering institutes through JEE Main.
- West Bengal – The state offers 10% of the total seats at private engineering institutes through JEE Main.
- Himachal Pradesh – Himachal Pradesh offers the first 50% of the total seats across all institutes based on JEE Main merit/rank.
- Rajasthan – The state offers 15% of the total seats at private-unaided engineering institutes and 15% of the total seats across self-financed courses offered by government-aided institutions to candidates from other states based on JEE Main score or class 12th marks.