Top IIT Colleges in India

Every engineering aspirant dreams of getting admission to the best engineering college in the country. IIT colleges are the top and premier engineering institutes of India. 23 IIT colleges in India help aspirants to become world-class engineers. The first Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) was established in 1951 at Kharagpur, West Bengal. They are the best institutes that offer higher technical education. Students who aspire to get admission in IIT colleges have to appear for JEE Mains and JEE advance entrance exams. Students have to first clear the JEE mains exam and if they qualify for JEE mains they have to appear for the JEE advance. There is a tough competition for the seats available in the 23 IIT colleges. About 1.5 lakh students appear for the JEE advance exam after qualifying in the JEE mains exam. In this article, we will give the list of IIT colleges in India and the process of getting admission to the IIT colleges

How to get admission in IIT colleges of India

IIT colleges offer engineering degrees in different fields such as computer science, electrical, mechanical, chemical, civil, and many more. Candidates first have to clear the class 12 board examinations with chemistry, physics, and mathematics as the main subjects. They have to register for JEE mains exams. If they qualify for the JEE mains exam, they can register for the JEE advance to get admission to the IIT. The admission process is done under the guidance of JoSSA (Joint Seat Allocation Authority). The admission to all engineering is done under a single counseling platform. 

Present IIT colleges in India

  1. IIT Madras
  2. IIT Bombay
  3. IIT Delhi
  4. IIT Kharagpur
  5. IIT Roorkee
  6. IIT Kanpur
  7. IIT Guwahati
  8. IIT Hyderabad
  9. IIT Dhanbad
  10. IIT Indore
  11. IIT Varanasi (BHU)
  12. IIT Ropar
  13. IIT Jodhpur
  14. IIT Patna
  15. IIT Gandhinagar
  16. IIT Bhu Lesnar
  17. IIT Mandi
  18. IIT Tirupati
  19. IIT Bhilai
  20. IIT Goa
  21. IIT Jammu
  22. IIT Dharwad
  23. IIT Palakkad

Currently, there are a total of 16,053 seats available in 23 IIT colleges in India. The IITs are the top-class engineering colleges that offer undergraduate and postgraduate engineering programs. Some IITs also offer other courses in Design and Business management. 

There are almost eight IITs that are at the top positions of the MHRD-NIRF ranking. Students must work very hard to get admission to the best engineering institutes in the country. Indian Institute of Technology, Madras is ranked number 1in the country. IIT Delhi is ranked number 2, IIT Bombay number 3, IIT Kanpur is ranked at number 4, IIT Kharagpur is at number 5, IIT Roorkee at number 6, IIT Guwahati at number 7, IIT Hyderabad at number 8, IIT Varanasi (BHU) at number 9, IIT Dhanbad at number 10, IIT Bhubaneswar at number 11, IIT Gandhinagar at number 12, IIT Ropar at number 13, IIT Patna at number 14, IIT Mandi at number 15, IIT Jodhpur number 16.

Students need to work hard and have to do extensive learning for getting admission to the IIT College. They have to give mock tests, practice regularly, and solve sample papers to get through the exam. Students must use the right study material to get into one of the IIT colleges. 

Many students join coaching classes to prepare for the JEE mains and JEE advanced exams. They can get proper guidance from experienced teachers to study for the competitive exams. Some students also prefer doing self-study and they refer to the online study material such as video lectures, notes, previous year question papers, and mock tests for the preparation. 

Students must give regular mock tests for preparation because giving mock tests will help students to get an idea about the syllabus and difficulty level of the exam. They can also know their weaknesses and strengths and they can strengthen their weak areas for the final exam. After giving a mock test, students can analyze their preparation using the following points:

  • They should check the total score and subject-wise score in the mock test
  • They should note down the time taken to complete the entire exam and their accuracy during that time
  • How much time was spent on each subject?
  • Students should find out the questions that they found difficult and questions that were easy
  • Students would find out how many questions were attempted and how many were correct. 

After giving mock tests students must download the previous year’s JEE advance papers from the official website of JoSSA. Students must practice previous year JEE advance papers of all shifts to understand the pattern and difficulty level of the paper. If they feel they are weak in a particular subject they should start focusing on it.

Students must make a suitable timetable to study for the competitive exam. Making a timetable will help to inculcate discipline among students and they can plan their studies accordingly. They should follow the timetable strictly to score high marks in the exam.

Students must refer to the NCERT books to prepare for the JEE mains and JEE advanced exams. They should revise the complete syllabus of classes 11 and 12 from the NCERT books to ace the exam. 

Things to keep in mind about IIT ranking

Students must keep in mind a few things about the ranking of IITs.

  • The IIT colleges at number 1 to 4 keep changing every year. They offer high-quality technical education. Most students prefer to get admission to IIT Bombay as it is easily accessible. 
  • The other IITs are also good in terms of imparting high-class education to engineering students. The ranking keeps on changing every year and it does not matter much.

Students must focus on their aim and they should work hard to ace the entrance exam to get admission to one of the 23 IIT colleges in India. Students who are determined to study in the best engineering institute in the country leave no stone unturned to achieve their goals in life. 

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