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How JEE changed your life Quora?

How JEE changed your life Quora?

JEE has brought a lot of changed into me, has made me a little more humble. It taught me how to stay calm, in every situation of life, Handling the extreme situation of life. It taught me that it’s not always your day. And how to stay humble when everything’s going as you want it to be.

Why is JEE important?

The exam is held for candidates who are aspiring to pursue a career in the field of engineering and technical studies. Besides, the JEE exam is the gateway to some of the various prestigious engineering colleges (both government and private) in India.

Why is IIT famous?

Being a premier educational institution in India, IIT offers numerous opportunities for gaining industrial exposure and enhancing technical skills. Here numerous technical and cultural fests are held throughout the year.

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How is life after NIT Quora?

At first, life was truly wonderful. I was working for a really prestigious company. My pay package was something my school friends – who did not study in NITs/IITs – would dream of. I was living in Bangalore, probably the best city because it was safer than Delhi, slower than Bombay and cooler than Chennai.

Is JEE Main necessary for btech?

No, It is not mandatory to give JEE exam for B. TECH. There are many institutes in which you can take direct admission on the basis of your 12th score. But if you want to take admission in TOP colleges of India like NITs, IITs etc, then JEE is mandatory.

Can I study IIT after 10th?

After completing 10th, a student is not eligible to get admission into IIT in any course.

What if we clear JEE mains?

Nothing, you will still get admission in an engineering colleges based in your jee mains score. JEE Advanced is conducted for admission in 23 IITs in the country. Basically JEE Main is the eligibility test for appearing in JEE Advanced exam.

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What is special in IIT?

What makes IITs different from other institutions is that they pull our focus towards how we can apply what we have studied in the real world. The assignments encourage the technique of ‘brainstorming’ and there is a free sense of interaction between students and professors on the feasibility of projects.