Alarming rates of IIT NIT Drop-outs; fee-refund details surrendered-Admission Jankari
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Alarming rates of IIT NIT Drop-outs; fee-refund details surrendered

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Published : 22 Aug, 2015 By: AdmissionJankari
  • More than 4,400 aspirants had dropped out of the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and the National Institutes of Technology (NITs) in the most recent three years. The high dropout rate is because of different reasons, for example, scholarly push, changing of organizations, medicinal reasons, landing positions, and so on. While an aggregate of 2,060 aspirants dropped out from different IITs from 2012-13 to 2014-15, through and through 2,352 aspirants dropped out from the NITs amid the same period, as per data from the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD).

    The foundations are embracing different remedial measures to control dropouts, including setting up direction/advising units, uncommon honing, and so forth.

    Charge discount: The HRD service had coordinated the Joint Seat Allocation Authority 2015 (JoSAA 2015), that directed the first ever joint guiding this year, to return main part of the non-refundable acknowledgment expense/educational cost charge to aspirants who did not join courses.

    Taking after this, the IITs and NITs have chosen to discount the acknowledgment expense after a finding of the preparing charges, if hopefuls surrender their designated seat to join another organization, including a private one.

    Aspirants would get discount in the wake of handling charges are deducted, in the event that they surrender the seat before the scholarly session begins. On the off chance that the seat is surrendered after the initiation of classes, they would get a proportionate discount of the charge, as per authorities of the HRD Ministry authorities. Discount will be impossible if a seat stays empty.

    The principal ever joint affirmation process for the Joint Entrance Examination Main 2015 (JEE Main 2015) and JEE Advanced 2015 aspirants was led by JoSAA 2015 for 87 head organizations including 18 IITs, the Indian School of Mines Dhanbad (ISM Dhanbad), 31 NITs, 18 Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) and 18 other Government Funded Technical Institutes (GFTIs). After the fourth round finished up, there was no Spot Round from JoSAA 2015. For the empty seats in the NIT+ framework, the Central Seat Allocation Board (CSAB) has been directing the guiding.

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