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IIT And AIMNET Entrance Exams Procedures

by Smith Sassa Smith Sassa
The candidate who wants to go for the engineering field after 10+2 from science (non medical) background with at least 60% marks in some reputed institutes needs to first clear the IIT JEE Entrance Exam. The Indian Institutes of Technology Joint Entrance Examination (IIT-JEE or JEE) is a yearly college entrance examination in India. It is used as the only admission norm by the sixteen Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs). The examination is organized each year by one of the various IITs. It is comes in a very toughest examination among the others. It has a very little admission rate (about 1 out of 50 in 2011).

On June 27th 2012, a few new amendments have been introduced in the JEE entrance exams. According to this new terms and conditions aspirants will first have to appear for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE)-Main. Out of them only the top 1,50,000 students of JEE will be then eligible to take the JEE-Advanced exam. The top-ranked candidates who got success in this exam will finally be eligible for around 9,000 seats at the IITs.

All India Merchant Navy Entrance Test (AIMNET) is approved by the Bharat Shipping Ltd. in India for the admission purpose of various courses offered by the institute in the month of November and December every year. The Programs includes B.Sc0 Nautical Science (3 years), B.Tech Marine Engineering (4 years), and B.Tech Naval Architecture & Ship Building (4 years). which can be pursue after 10+2 exams from science (non medical) stream only with at least 60% marks eligibility before appearing for the entrance exams.

Students can attempt it on online test of objective mode. The duration of the test is (2 hours 30 minutes) and there will be negative marking also for the wrong answers. The syllabus will differ according to the program desired by the students. They can pursue either B.Tech or B.Sc in Physics, Chemistry or Mathematics subject’s combination.

IIIT Entrance exams are held for the aspirants of all engineering courses. Recently the ministry of education board in India has decided a common national test for admission to engineering courses across the country that is also considers Class XII board marks will be introduced from 2013. According to the new scheme, all the aspirants will have to give total two exams - JEE main and JEE advanced - to be held on the same day. The aspirant's set of both exams scores will decide whether they are eligible for the admission to the foremost Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT), or funded institutions like NITs or IIITs or state-funded institutions.

For admission to IITs, students will be shortlisted on the basis of their collective scores of Class XII and the main test (50% weight age each). The merit list for the elite institutes will be decided on the candidate's performance in the advanced test only. While the previous test shall be objective type \ multiple choice type paper. The pattern of the JEE advanced test shall be determined by the Joint Admission Board (JAB) of the IITs.

The Article is written by a professional guide of OnlineSchoolAdmissions.Com - a portal that provides free of cost consultancy to parents and schools. In this article the writer is telling about various IIT JEE Entrance Exam writer is also emphasis on the All India Merchant Navy Entrance Test preparations and IIIT Entrance after 12th for all Indian cities students.
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