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Students form 9 Countries can appear JEE Advanced Directly

October 25th, 2016 Leave a comment Go to comments


Foreign Nationals Can writer JEE Advanced Entrance Exam Directly Irrespective of JEE Main Rank

9 Foreign National Students can appear JEE Advanced Directly All Foreign National Students who are aspiring for Admission to B.E. / B.Tech Engineering Programs offered in Indian Prestigious Institutes Like IITs are hereby informed that the Joint Admission Council of IITs and Ministry of Human Resource Development MHRD had Decided to Allow Foreign Category Students for Admission in Indian Institute of Technologies IITs. In order to Develop Good Relations with Foreign Countries Government of India has Decided to Allow Foreign Students from 9 Countries to Apply and appear for JEE Advanced 2017 Entrance Examination.

Government of India is thinking that Indian Prestigious Institutes Like Indian Institutes of Technology are Lagging in World Top University Rankings because of absence of Foreign Students. In order to Improve in World Top University Rankings MHRD had Decided to Allow Foreign Students from Singapore, UAE, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives, Afghanistan, ithopiya to Apply for JEE Advanced 2017 Entrance Exam.

As Per the Details from Official Sources IITs Joint Admission Board will Setup JEE Advanced 2017 Entrance Test Centers in Foreign Countries to Facilitate the foreign Students applied for Exam. Details from Official Sources Says that the Singapore, UAE, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives, Afghanistan, ithopiya Students can Write JEE Advanced Entrance Exam Directly without the Qualifying in JEE Main 2017. In Additions to Existing Seats in IITs the Council will Create 10% Supernumerary Seats in each Course for the Students who wishes to apply Under Foreign Category.

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