FIITJEE Students once again become the flag bearers of Excellence and stand tall with Total 107 out of 154 Selections in Junior Science Talent Search Exam (JSTSE) 2018. It is our unapparelled Pedagogy and Winning Methodology along with Students’ sheer determination to succeed that has lead us to touch new heights and deliver such phenomenal results in the State Level Scholastic exam.
At FIITJEE, Performance is bound to rise Exponentially when Potential is Enhanced and Passion to Succeed is cultivated! FIITJEE students’ exceptional performance in JEE Main 2018 has yet again stamped FIITJEE’s Success Mantra. FIITJEE Students have once again touched the Pinnacle of Success with their Stupendous performance in JEE Main, 2018! Our Results speak for themselves and they are a mirror to our Students’ undeterred passion and our faculty’s exceptional hard work.
The “Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana” is an ongoing program started by the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, to encourage students of Basic Sciences, Engineering and Medicine to take up research careers in these areas. The aim of KVPY program is to identify and encourage talented students with aptitude for research.
Around 10 lakh students appeared in the JEE Main 2018 examination today from over 2000 Centres in 112 cities in India & abroad. Aspirants had the choice of appearing in any one of the two types of papers or both. Paper – I is for B.E. / B. Tech courses while Paper – II is for B. Arch / Planning. Paper – I on 8th April 2018 is off-line mode (pen & paper based) and on 15th & 16th April 2018 is online (computer based). Paper – II is only off-line on 8th April 2018.
FIITJEE JEE Main 2018 rank predictor tool is to help candidates find their ranks in the exam. This not just helps candidates get their estimated rank in JEE Main 2018 but also helps them get an idea of the colleges they are likely to get admission in based on their ranks.
The dwindling number of admissions of the girl candidates in the prestigious IITs and NITs has been both alarming and concerning. Despite faring quite well than the boys in the higher secondary results, this dearth of female candidates in India’s top tier colleges is a fact hard to absorb.