Indian Institute of Technology is a leading place & dream place for all student aspiring for Undergraduate programs. Today, A total of 17 IIT’s are there for all the candidates wishing to get admission there.
You need to crack JEE exams with a required rank in order to get selected for the admission into IIT’s. CBSE has the responsibility to conduct Join Entrance examination. Depending upon the rank you secure, CBSE allots you an IIT with a course.
Available Seats in IIT’s
This year (2013), the total of 9647 seats are available in IITs of India, hence if you want to get admission in any of the IIT’s of India, you must have to secure a rank of under top 9647 students.
In 2003, a total of 9 IITs were there & total seats were 4583 but later in 2007 the number of IIT’s were same but the seats were increased because of the introduction of new courses & extension in batches & thus a total of 5537 seats were available to get admission in Indian Institute of Technology.
In 2008, IIT Patna, IIT Ropar, IIT Gandhinagar, IIT Rjasthan & IIT Bhubaneshwar were established & opened as IIT & total number of seats became 6992.
In 2009, total intake was 8295 because of the opening of IIT Mandi & IIT Indore. In later years the number of seats & courses were increased keeping the number of IITs same & finally in 2012, the total intake of 9647 was recorded.
How seats of IIT were distributed last year (2012)
The above snapshot illustrates How seats were distributed last year to all the qualified candidates. A total of 9647 seats were available for the admission into IIT’s & this year, no change have been reported hence if you want to get admission into any of the 14 IIT, you must have to secure a rank of under 9647 in JEE Advanced exam 2013.
But you need to crack JEE Main 2013 exam before you can participate in JEE advanced. If you have given JEE main 2013 exam then you should wait for the results of jee main that will be declared on 7th May 2013.
You can check your IIT JEE Main exam result here on 7th may 2013