No hope is lost if one does not want to sit for the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) – Advanced, as JEE main scores are now being accepted by top ranking colleges across India.
While Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) are considered to be top-notch in the industry, here are other premier college options students can explore. Some of them are ranked among the best in the world and all of them accept admissions based on JEE main score.
Although, some institutes like VIT and BITS have their own entrance exam and may not consider JEE main as their primary mode for enrolling students.
According to the Ministry of Human Resource and Development (MHRD)’s National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF), here are the list of colleges that accept the JEE main scores.
|Serial No||Institute||All India Rank (AIR)|
|2||National Institute of Technology Tiruchirappalli||10|
|3||Institute of Chemical Technology||11|
|5||National Institute of Technology Rourkela||16|
|6||Vellore Institute of Technology||18|
|7||Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology||19|
|9||Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology||23|
|10||Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS)||25|
|11||Jamia Milia Islamia||27|
|13||Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology||31|
|14||Siksha O Anusandhan||32|
|15||Birla Institute of Technology||33|
|16||Delhi Technological University||34|
|18||SRM Institute of Science and Technology||36|
|19||Sri Sivasubramaniya Nadar College of Engineering||37|
|20||Shanmugha Arts Science Technology & Research Academy||38|
|21||International Institute of Information Technology Hyderabad||39|
|22||Aligarh Muslim University||40|
|24||Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology||42|
|25||Manipal Institute of Technology||43|
|26||College of Technology||44|
|27||Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University||45|
|29||Sathyabama Institute of Science and Technology||47|
|30||Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology||48|
|31||College of Engineering||49|
The cut-off of JEE (Advanced) has been released, however, cut-offs for every college will be different and students are urged to check the admission process and necessary details thoroughly before applying.
The results for the JEE (Advanced) will be declared on June 14, 2019.
Experts bring good news for IIT aspirants – the 1.73 lakh students who registered for the JEE (Advanced) – as they say that the cut-offs is likely to be lesser than last year.
While the percentage will be lowered the number of marks is on the higher end because the total marks went from 360 to 372 this year. The cut-off is expected to be on the lower end of 30 per cent.