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    What to do if not selected in JEE-Main 2013? I am still eligible for government colleges or not?

    Have you appeared for JEE-Main 2013? Find out here if students who are not eligible for JEE-Advanced are eligible for admissions to Govt. colleges.

    Recently, JEE-Main was conducted in all over India in both Online and offline mode and more than 14 lac students have given this test. Only 1.5 lac students will be eligible for JEE-Advance exam. JEE-Main result is going to be declare on 7th May 2013 and after that counselling sessions will start in government colleges.

    My question is that, those who are not going to be select in top 1.5 lac students can they still get any government collage? What else a student should do if he/she was not selected in JEE-Main 2013?
  • #103892
    The students who do not select for jee-main 2013 should not be worry about it. If they are selected in that examination, they may have a chance to select in Government college for their study but if they failed to select in that job they may have the option of private college. They can join private college and do complete their studies and can get job. But it depends on you. It is you that can make the work possible or impossible.

  • #103915
    The top 1.5 lakh students who get qualified in JEE Mains are eligible to take up JEE Advance exam. JEE Advance exam is for getting admitted into IITs and only who clears and gets qualified in JEE Advance are eligible to participate in IIT counselling. Everybody who gets qualified in JEE Mains are eligible for counselling to NITs, IIITs and other Central and State Funded Universities mentioned in Appendix 6 in the brochure.

    The other options apart from JEE are students can take up state entrance exams like CET, EAMCET, CEE, TNEA etc. and get admissions into their state universities. There are entrance exams conducted by deemed universities like Manipal University, BITSAT by BITS Pilani etc. So there are many ways to get into good engineering college.

    All the Best

  • #103930
    Note that to get admission in Government engineering collage will be possible only if you passed in JEE Advance examination, 2013. And to do so, you have to be in top 1.5 lac rank in JEE main, 2013. But if anybody fail to rank in top 1.5 lac in JEE main, 2013, it does not mean that his future will be blank. There are so many other Government collages in India deal various courses other than engineering. You may think of that and choose one of them according to your interest. Keep it in your mind that if you want to stand on your own feet in future, you should take your study very seriously irrespective the type of course.

    To know what courses you may consider to build your career successfully, you should follow confused what to do after 12th Std.

    Editor, ISC

    "Respect should be earned instead of demanding."

  • #104213
    It is obviously a good question though it gives negative feels, 'what to do if not selected in JEE-Main 2013? Am I still eligible for government colleges or not?'. Answer is, Yes, you are still eligible to join in any Government colleges in respective state to continue your study or you may join some private colleges for further study. Don't loose your heart in case if you have not qualified for JEE Advanced from JEE Main.

    1.5 lakh candidates from JEE Main passed out can eligible for JEE Advanced exam and then for reputed IITs or NITs or Government funded Technology institutes admission. Whereas, other candidates who have not qualified for JEE Advance has no issue, they can approach various famous private and government colleges for Technical related Degree courses.

  • #104494
    If you don't clear or get good marks in JEE, don't worry. There are many colleges like Amity, SRM, LPU etc that take into consideration both the marks in 12th as well as JEE. Not only this they are offering scholarships to students on the basis of either of the two. All these universities have world class infrastructure and offering a whole lot of facilities to students for their all round development. Check their websites as their admission process has started.

  • #114949
    Hi friend,

    If you have cleared the cutoff of JEE Mains, then you can apply for Online Counselling, and there if you are lucky then you may get Government College. Note that if are of reserved category, then there are much chances that you will get a seat in Government College.

    Being unselected in Top 1.5 lakh candidates doesn't mean that you are discarded from getting Government College. Getting rank within 1.5 lakh only brings you in the category of candidates that are eligible for admission in IITs, IT-BHU, ISM Dhanbad.

    After the JEE Main and JEE Advanced Exam is over, Online Counselling will be started for NITs, IIITs, etc. If you secured your marks above the cutoff (113 for GENERAL, 70 for OBC), then you can apply for Online Counselling of JEE Main Qualified Candidates.

    With regards,
    "Time & Tides waits for none"

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