JEE Advanced Results are out, what next?

September 17, 2019

JEE Advanced Results are out, what next?

Hard work and practice if done persistently then the students who dreamt to make a thriving career as an Engineer become capable of cracking the most competitive exam in India. JEE Advanced is basically a national-level entrance exam conducted for admissions to undergraduate programs at Indian Institutes of technology (IITs). Candidates those who clear the JEE Main are only eligible to appear for JEE Advanced exam. Qualifying JEE Advanced in itself is a big achievement and out of lakhs of aspirants, only few thousands of them who qualify JEE Advanced become eligible to pursue counseling process.

Through JEE Advanced, candidates can secure admissions to the following courses: 

• 4 year Bachelors - BTech, BS

• 5 year B.Arch.

• 5 year Dual Degree - BTech, MTech, BS, MS

• 5 year Integrated Masters - MTech, MSc, Dual Degree

But what about those who do not clear this exam? What is the career scope after JEE Main exam?

So, in this article we are going to discuss about the career options for those who get qualify and those who don’t.

Next step after qualifying JEE Advanced Examination

Grab the seats in IITs

The aspirants those get qualify in JEE Advanced exam will be eligible to register for the counseling and seat allotment for JEE advanced that will be conducted by Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) in a centralized manner. For the Joint seat allocation process, the aspirants will have to submit their roll number of JEE Main and password of JEE Advanced exams.

Eligibility criteria for participating in counseling and seat allotment process of JEE Advanced:

• Aspirants with a qualified rank in JEE Advanced will be eligible for JoSAA process.

• They must have secured a minimum of 75% aggregated marks in 12th class (or equivalent) board examination. Moreover, the aggregate marks for reserved categories (SC, ST and PWD) must be a minimum of 65%.

• The candidates should be within the category wise top 20 percentile in their respective 12th standard (or equivalent) board examination.

A total of seven rounds will be conducted by JoSAA authorities for the counseling and seat allotment process. The counseling and seat allotment of JEE Advanced consists of many steps such as registration, choice filling, mock allotment, reporting to institute and more as explained under:

Step1 Registration: Firstly, the candidates need to access the official website and will register themselves using their JEE Main roll number and JEE Advanced password. The registration is compulsory and after that candidates have to check their previously filled details and will have to reconfirm it.

Step2 Choice filling and Locking: The registered candidates need to select the colleges of their choices and courses in the order of priority and preference from the available ones. The most preferred college must be selected first. Also, arrangement of choices can be done. After filling their choices and being sure of their selection, candidates have to lock those choices.

Step3 Seat Allotment and confirmation: Once the candidate has locked his/her choices, JoSAA authorities will allot the candidate colleges depending on his/her rank, filled choices, category and availability of seats. A total of seven rounds will be conducted by the JoSAA authorities and after each allotment of seats, the aspirant need to select their option from them.

Step4 Physical reporting at centers for document verification: Candidates have to download their allotment letter and will have to pay the fee for seat acceptance. After that, they will have to report at their allotted institute for seat confirmation and for document verification. The following documents (original and attested photocopies) would be required at the time of verification:

• JEE Advanced Provisional Seat Allocation Letter

JEE Advanced Rank Card

• 10th & 12th Mark sheet (or equivalent exam mark sheet)

• JEE Advanced Counseling Form

• 2 Passport Size Photos

JEE Advanced 2019 Admit Card

• Category Certificate, if any (issued by the competent authority)

• Medical Fitness Certificate

• Personal representation at the institute: Student will have to report in the allotted institute. If a student wants to switch a college on account of the vacancy in other colleges, he will have to go and present himself again in the new college.

• For foreign nationals: Attested photocopy of the page in the passport containing name, photo and nationality

Next step if failed to qualify JEE Advanced exam

  • One must be truly patient while participating in JEE Advanced examination. Even after making lots and lots of efforts and hard work, many aspirants score below average marks for IITs. Some of them move into depression because of over worrying about their career future. But getting into depression is not the solution, they must make the best of their JEE Main and JEE advanced Ranks.

  • One can acquire the seat in NITs as there are approximately 17-18 thousand seats in NITs for the students qualifying JEE Main examination. So don’t skip this golden opportunity and need not to waste your complete one year. NITs and IITs in comparison to one another are moving side by side in terms of students need.
  • Moreover, private colleges are always waiting for the students with JEE Mains score. There are lots of private colleges accepting JEE Mains Scores. So, it’s better to go for the private colleges if you do not get seat in any of the NITs, IITs or Government funded colleges (GFTIs) instead of wasting the entire year. Some of the private colleges are best suited with the standards of IITs and NITs and are truly luxurious in a manner. Most reputed private colleges and self-financed technology institutes after IITs and NITs accepting JEE Main scores are:

Jaipur Institute of Engineering and Technology

Samalkha Group of Institutions, Samalkha

ITM University, Gwalior

School of Engineering and Technology, Sharda University, Greater Noida

Jagan Nath University with campus in Jaipur and Jhajjar

Shobhit University, Gangoh

Jagran Lakecity University, Bhopal

Sir Padampat Singhania University, Udaipur

Jodhpur National University, Jodhpur    

Sityog Institute of Technology, Aurangabad, Bihar

Kalasalingam Academy of Research & Higher Education, Krishnankoil

Sri Satya Sai College of Engineering, Bhopal

Lovely School of Technology, Lovely Professional University Campus, Phagwara

•  Sri Satya Sai University Of Technology and Medical Sciences, Sehore

Maharishi Markandeshwar University, Ambala

Techno Global University with campus in Vidisha and Shillong

Mahatma Jyoti Rao Phoole University, Jaipur

Techno India University, Kolkata

MERI- College of Engineering & Technology, Bahadurgarh

Techno India, Agartala

Mewar University, Chittorgarh

Uttaranchal University, Dehradun

Vel Tech, Rangarajan Dr Sagunthala RD Institute of Science & Technology, Chennai

School of Research & Technology, Bhopal

Vivekananda Global University, Jaipur

Poornima University, Jaipur

The candidates can visit the official website of these colleges and note their eligibility criteria to apply. 

Apart from National Level, there are lot many State Level & University Level Exams. One must not under estimate these Engineering exams too. Some of the best ones are: 

UPSEE (Uttar Pradesh State Entrance examination)

VITEEE (Vellore Institute of technology Engineering Entrance Examination)

BITSAT (Birla Institute of Technology and Science Admission Test)

Hence, the two dreams (Engineering and IIT) are having no harm if nurtured by a student but if one is a part of it because of “everyone is doing this and why I can’t?” then one should take his/her time to decide whether engineering is the right career for you or not. If you still evaluate that engineering is the only career in your soul then you must consider taking a drop year but for this you must have logical and strong reasons so that you will not end up wasting the entire year for another chance.

Admission Process for NITs

Aspirants those who couldn’t grab the seat in IITs or NIIT’s just because of not cracking the JEE advanced examination, they can seek admissions to NITs, GFTIs, IIITs on the basis of their JEE MAIN score. For this they need to participate in JEE Main counseling process which is in online mode with the procedure discussed below:

• Registration: Candidates need to register in online mode through their JEE Main registration number, roll number and password to participate in the counseling process

• Choice Filling: Now after registration, aspirants need to fill their choices of engineering institutes from NITs, IITs and GFTIs as per the preference they need to choose. The most preferred college must be selected first then second most preferred and so on. Moreover, they can choose their course of specialization as per their institute choice according to their preference.

• Allotment List: After successfully filling of choices, JoSAA will release the seat allotment list in which aspirants will be allotted the seats on the basis of their preferences, ranks and seat availability.

• Fee payment: Candidates can secure the allotted seat by using their JEE Main seat allotment options i.e. –

Freeze: To confirm the allotted seat,

Float: To change seat allotted to them

Slide: To change the course allotted to them in the same Engineering Institute

Withdrawal: To withdraw admission from the seat allotted to them

Candidates can confirm their seat after paying the counselling and admission fee for JEE Main in online mode or offline mode.

• Document Verification: Candidates will have to report at their allotted institute for seat confirmation and for document verification. The following documents (original and attested photocopies) would be required at the time of verification:

• Provisional JoSAA seat allotment letter

• Score Card of JEE Main exam

• Identity Proof

• Proof of seat acceptance fee payment

• Admit Card of JEE Main

• Date of birth certificate/ 10th class marksheet

• Mark sheet of Class 12th

• Category certificate for reserved category candidates

• 3 passport size photographs

Some of the NITs are:

National Institute of Technology, Agartala (Tripura)

Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad (U.P.)

National Institute of Technology, Arunachal Pradesh.

Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, Bhopal (MP)

National Institute of Technology, Calicut (Kerala)

National Institute of Technology, Delhi

National Institute of Technology, Durgapur (West Bengal)

National Institute of Technology, Goa

National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur (Himachal Pradesh)

Malaviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur (Rajasthan)

Dr. B R Ambedkar National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar (Punjab)

National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur (Jharkhand)

National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra (Haryana)

State wise counseling Procedure

Punjab Counselling Procedure: The counseling for Btech admissions in Punjab will be conducted separately for JEE Main and 12th qualified candidates. The seats will be allotted on the basis of one’s merit, preference, category, and availability of seats. To participate in counseling process, candidate need to follow the below steps:

• Payment of Counselling Fee: Firstly, the candidates will have to pay the counselling fee of Rs. 2000 in online mode. The payment will also be done in online mode by selecting the preferred bank and take a print out of the e-deposit slip to deposit the cash in the respective bank. Manual cash deposit slip will not be entertained in any of the banks. It should be remembered that the counselling fee will be non-refundable.

• Registration: Candidates need to register for the online counseling in Punjab for Btech admissions. To register, they have to submit their details about JEE Main roll number, email address, JEE Main Rank, date of birth etc. After submission of the form, no changes can be made further.

• Choice filling: after registration, candidates need to fill their maximum number of preferred choices for various institutes and courses in Punjab. The choices need to be in the order of most preferred to least preferred which can be rearranged or deleted accordingly by the candidate. Then, the candidate needs to take a print out of filled choices for future use.

• Declaration of Allotment: after the choice filling and locking, the state authorities will release the list of allotted seats in online mode. This allotment will be done purely on the basis of merit, choice filling, category and availability of seats. The selected candidate can take a print out of the provisional allotment letter.

• Reporting to Allotted College: To complete the process of admission, the selected candidates or those have been allotted the seats by state authorities, need to visit the allotted college for document verification and for the payment of fees.

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Note: Candidates falling into 85% Punjab quota and 15% other states quota can participate in the second round of counselling. They can participate irrespective of whether they have been allotted or not in the previous round. Those candidates who have not deposited the counselling fee in the earlier round will have to do so in the second round.

Haryana Counselling Procedure: Haryana B.Tech counselling will be conducted in four rounds in off campus, online mode. To participate in the counselling and seat allotment of Haryana B.Tech, candidates will have to pay counselling fee, and exercise choice filling and locking. JEE Main rank will be considered for the allotment of seats for round 1 and 2, while for round 3 and 4 inter merit of qualifying exam will be considered. The candidates who will be allotted seats will have to download the provisional allotment letter and physically report to the designated institutes for fee submission and document verification to complete the procedure of Haryana B.Tech counselling and seat allotment.

• Payment of counseling fee: candidates have to pay the counseling fee by clicking on the payment registration link either through bank challan or online payment mode.

• Registration: After payment of fee, the candidate will have to register online with details such as name, course, roll number, application number, etc. according to JEE Main. Some more details like education qualification, the aggregate percentage of marks, name of the school, mobile number, etc have to be entered on the registration page. Moreover, aadhar card details need to be entered and then the form will be submitted.

• Choice filling and locking: candidates need to fill their maximum number of preferred choices for various institutes and courses in Punjab. The choices need to be in the order of most preferred to least preferred which can be rearranged or deleted accordingly by the candidate. Then, the candidate needs to take a print out of filled choices for future use.

• Allotment of seat: Candidate can check the allotted seat by logging into the account using roll number and password. Then take the print out of provisional seat allotted.

• Reporting: The candidate will then have report to the allotted institute within the given schedule, along with the Provisional Allotment letter, photocopies and originals of all relevant documents.

At the time of reporting, the candidate has to deposit one semester fee at the allotted institute, failing which the candidate shall not be allowed to report in the allotted institute. The deposition of this admission fee will entail the candidate.

Second round counseling and so on...

To participate in second round and any subsequent rounds of Haryana B.Tech counselling and seat allotment, the candidate doesn’t have to pay the counselling fee or register again. Steps to participate in second round and subsequent rounds are given below:

• Choice filling and locking: candidates need to fill their maximum number of preferred choices for various institutes and courses in Punjab. The choices need to be in the order of most preferred to least preferred which can be rearranged or deleted accordingly by the candidate. Then, the candidate needs to take a print out of filled choices for future use.

• Allotment of seat: Candidate can check the allotted seat by logging into the account using roll number and password. Then take the print out of provisional seat allotted in the second round of counseling.

The following documents will have to be submitted by the candidates at the time of reporting:

• Certificate of Qualifying Exam

• High School Certificate

• Score Card and JEE Main Admit Card

• Character Certificate

• Resident Certificate ( if applicable)

• Caste Certificate ( if admission is sought under reserved category)

• Aadhaar Number ( or Enrollment number if Aadhaar is not available)

• Proof of annual income ( by TFW, BC, and EBP candidates)

• Anti-ragging undertaking separately by the candidate and guardian

• Colored photograph and signature

Karnataka Counselling Procedure:

Karnataka B.Tech Admission Procedure through KCET: After the announcement of KCET entrance exam results, KEA will release a merit of candidates who are eligible to take part in the KCET counselling process. All the candidates whose names appear in merit list must attend the counselling as per the schedule. All the candidates in the merit list will have a rank or merit number based on which they can take part in the KCET counselling process. The KCET merit list is prepared will be prepared based on marks obtained by the candidates in KCET entrance exam. Percentage secured by candidates in Class 12 board exams will also be considered while preparing the merit list.

Documents Required:

• Printout of KCET application form

• KCET fee payment receipt

KCET admit card

• Class 10 & 12 Mark Sheet or Certificate

• Study Certificate

• Domicile Certificate (if applicable)

• Category Certificate (if applicable)

• Income Certificate (if applicable)

• Transfer Certificate

Karnataka B.Tech Admission Procedure through COMEDK UGET: COMEDK UGET is another exam conducted by COMEDK for the candidates aspiring to get admission in private engineering colleges across the state. In the last week of May, COMEDK releases the results of UGET. A rank will be allotted to each candidate based on his or her score in the entrance exam. All the candidates who have a valid COMEDK UGET rank are eligible to take part in COMEDK UGET counselling process. The admission procedure based on UGET is different from KCET.

Documents Required:

• COMEDK UGET Rank Card

COMEDK UGET Printout of Online Application Form

• COMEDK UGET TAT (Admit Card Number)

• Original ID Proof

• Parent’s or Guardian’s Original ID Proof

• SSLC or Class 10 Certificate

• PUC or Class 12 Certificate

• SC/ ST/ OBC Certificate (if applicable)

• Religious Minority Certificate (if applicable)

• Tulu Minority Certificate (if applicable)

• Karnataka Domicile Certificate (If applicable)

• DD (Demand Draft) of Rs. 55,000

• Original Verification Card issued during Counselling (required while reporting to

        college)

• Seat Allotment Letter (required while reporting to college)

• Transfer Certificate

• Migration Certificate (If applicable)

Admission Procedure in Maharashtra:

DTE Maharashtra grants B.Tech admission to candidates with Maharashtra candidature, All India Candidature, NRI/ OC/ PIO candidates. The detailed eligibility criteria for all candidates is as under:

Maharashtra State Candidature Candidate:

• The applicants must be Citizens of India.

• The applicants must have passed HSC (Class 12) with Mathematics and Physics as mandatory subjects. Apart from these two subjects, the candidates must have studied Chemistry or Biotechnology or Biology in Class 12.

• The applicants must have 50% of marks in Class 12 or HSC (45% for reserved and PH categories).

• The applicants must have passed SSC and HSC or Diploma in Engineering from a recognised school or institution in Maharashtra state.

• Candidates whose father or mother is domiciled in Maharashtra are also eligible for admission. These candidates must submit a domicile certificate.

• The candidates must have a Non-Zero score in MHT CET.

• Diploma in Engineering candidates can apply for second-year B.Tech admission through Lateral Entry Scheme.

All India Candidature Candidates and Jammu & Kashmir Migrant Candidature Candidates:

• The applicants must be Citizens of India.

• The applicants must have passed HSC (Class 12) with Mathematics and Physics as mandatory subjects. Apart from these two subjects, the candidates must have studied Chemistry or Biotechnology or Biology in Class 12.

• The applicants must have 50% of marks in Class 12 or HSC (45% for reserved and PH categories).

• Students from any state can apply for B.Tech admission in Maharashtra.

• The candidates must have a non-zero positive score in JEE Main or MHT CET.

• Diploma in Engineering candidates can apply for second-year B.Tech admission through Lateral Entry Scheme.

The Maharashtra B.E/ B.Tech admission procedure begins with the preparation of the merit list for different categories.The preparation of Maharashtra B.Tech admission merit list involves –

Assignment of Merit Number: All the eligible candidates who registered for Common Admission Process (CAP) will be assigned a merit number by the admission authority. The merit number is issued based on the candidate’s performance in entrance exams such as MHT CET or JEE Main. In case of a tie, the merit issue of the candidate will be resolved as per the methodology specified below. The preference is given for –

• Higher marks in Mathematics in MHT CET or JEE Main

• Higher marks in Physics in MHT CET or JEE Main

• A higher percentage of marks in qualifying or board exams

• A higher percentage of marks secured in Mathematics in Class 12 exams

• A higher percentage of marks secured in Physics in Class 12 exams

• Overall marks scored in HSC (higher marks will be given preference)

Assam Admission procedure: The candidates whose names are displayed in the merit list are given the opportunity to participate in the counselling process of Assam CEE. The important processes required for Assam CEE 2019 Counselling are discussed below:

• Registration Process: The first step towards a successful counselling process for Assam CEE 2019 is to get registered at the designated counselling center allotted by the concerned authority. Download the counselling form from the official website and take the print of it. Fill in the details like roll number, the name of the candidate, name of the examination, date of birth, marks obtained in Assam CEE , educational qualification, documents to be submitted, nationality, etc. In Form B, candidates must also fill in three courses as per their preference, in the order assigned by the counselling conducting authority of Assam CEE 2019. Submit the form to the concerned authority.

• Document Verification: Along with the registration form, candidates must submit the asked documents. After the registration process gets over, candidates will be called for the document verification individually. Candidates must keep all the original documents, photocopy of which have been submitted along the Form B.

• Fee Submission: Candidates will be asked to pay the counselling fee at the time of the counselling. A non-refundable sum of Rs 600 is to be paid by the candidates at the counselling center.

• Choice Filling and Seat Allotment: Candidates will have to fill in the choice of course and institution as per their preferences mentioned in Form B. Seats will be allotted on the basis of the marks scored, seat availability and preferences filled by the candidates. It is important for candidates to know that confirmation of the seat allotment will be given only after the completion of the seat allocation process.

• Reporting and Admission: For the final admission process, candidates must report to the allotted college at least 30 minutes before the given time. Take all the required documentation along with recent passport size photographs. Candidates must complete the admission procedure within the specified date and time prescribed by the concerned authority.

Note: Candidates who wish to change or transfer the institution can do so by filling the ‘Institution Preference Form’ denoting their order of preferences. Candidates must also know that seats in the changed or transferred institution will be allotted only if there are vacant seats either due to no allotment done against that seat or withdrawal of the candidates. Marks scored in Assam CEE will also play a vital role in the transfer process.

Documents Required During Counselling

Candidates have to bring the following documents with them during the counselling process.

• Permanent Residence Certificate (PRC) (to be issued by D.C./S.D.O.(Civil) of concerning District/Sub-Division)

• Caste/Category Certificate (if applicable)

Assam CEE admit card 2019

• Class 10 Admit Card or Pass Certificate for Age Proof issued by Board/Council

• Class 10 Mark sheet

• Class 12 Admit Card

• Class 12 Mark sheet

• Academic Gap Certificate (if applicable)

• Character Certificate from Head of the Institution last attended.

• 4 recent passport-size photographs.

All above-mentioned documents should be carried in original along with self-attested photocopies.



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