The JEE Main 2020 exam will be held between 1 to 6 September, while the JEE Advanced 2020 is scheduled for 27 September.
Calcutta University has secured the 11th spot in QS India Rankings 2020, topping among the state-run universities, followed by Jadavpur University at 12
Engineering students graduating in June 2020 will see the offer made by Cognizant increase from Rs 3.38 lakh per annum to Rs 4 lakh
IIT Bombay tops the 'QS India University Rankings', with IITs Madras (3), Delhi (4), Kharagpur (5), Kanpur (6), Roorkee (9) and Guwahati (10) grabbing seven of the top 10 slots.
IIT-Council rejects proposal to reform JEE (Advanced), will continue to offer B Tech courses, says Prakash Javadekar
IIT council decided Monday it will continue to offer B Tech programmes and there will be no reform in the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE)
Narendra Modi addresses IIT-Bombay convocation ceremony, credits institutes for building 'Brand India' globally
Narendra Modi on Saturday addressed the convocation ceremony of IIT-Bombay and said that the success of the IITs led to the creation of numerous engineering colleges.
JEE Advanced 2018: Drop in number of qualifying students reflects larger issues of Indian education system
The current drop in the number of qualifying students in the JEE is just a small symptom of the larger problem, the Indian educations system is facing.
Bahujan Azad Party: 50 IITians quit jobs, set to form political outfit to fight for rights of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes
A group of 50 alumni from the prestigious Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) across the country have quit their jobs to form a political party to fight for the rights of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes.
Six new Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) will be set up in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Chhatisgarh, Goa, Jammu and Kashmir, Kerala and Karnataka with the Union Cabinet on Wednesday clearing a proposal in this regard.
Over 4,400 students dropped out of IITs and NITs in the last three years due to various reasons including "academic stress", HRD Minister Smriti Irani told Lok Sabha and assured that corrective actions have been initiated.
The IIT Delhi Alumni Association, which was vehemently opposed to bringing IITs under a common entrance test, has said it has "mixed reactions to the IIT council decision regarding new entrance process to IIT."
Only the top 20 percent from each educational board can write the first IIT entrance exam and the top 50,000 among them will be allowed to write the entrance exam, the JEE advanced exam. It will be implemented from 2013.
Kapil Sibal today skipped the meeting of IIT Council convened by him to discuss the proposed common entrance test.
HRD Minister Kapil Sibal will meet IIT directors tomorrow to resolve the common entrance exam row as the government proposal is being resisted by some of the IITs.
Rejecting HRD Minister Kapil Sibal's single entrance test proposal, IIT-Delhi today decided to conduct its own entrance exam.
A potential compromise formula for the IIT entrance exam could be ironed out in which the top 20 percentile from each educational board would be eligible to write the test.
The Union HRD minister has clarified that there will be no going back on the new IIT entrance exam format and it will be implemented from 2013.
The government may consider not taking plus-two board results into account for preparing the merit list under a new common entrance system for admission to undergraduate engineering courses.
A number of students who have already been counseled for IIT entrance under the minority sub quota are now at risk of losing their places.