Top 7 Career Options after JEE Main & Advanced 2018 [Success Hacks]

Career Options after IIT JEE Mains and Advanced 2018

 

 

Hello Readers!

 

Have you ever dreamt to proceed your career as an Engineer? Well, If yes! Then, you must have heard about the IIT JEE Exam, which is an aspiration of India’s lakhs of Engineering Students.

 

Consisting two assessment phases – JEE Mains and JEE Advanced, the Joint Entrance Exam is conducted every year in the months of April & May. As per the selection hierarchy decided by the official authorities, only the candidates, who qualify JEE Mains Exam and rank amongst top 2,24,000 candidates, can appear in Advanced Exam.

 

Now the question arises – what about those who do not even qualify any of these exams? Neither Mains nor Advanced? What is the Career Scope after JEE 2018?

 

Now, this is the topic worth talking about. Let’s discuss more on this!

 

Here in this blog, we have come up with the list of various career options after JEE Advanced and Mains. Those who get qualify and those who don’t, both can be benefitted with the Experts Guidance, given through this blog.

 

 

 

 

 

JEE Mains & Advanced Career Scope | 7 Worth While Opportunities for You!

 

 

As per the estimated data, there are approx. 1.5 Million Engineering Aspirants in India. And amongst them, 1.2 Million candidates aspire for IIT JEE Exam while keeping an aim to get into IITs.

 

If we also consider the data mentioned in Seat Matrix of IITs, this year only around 11000 seats can be expected for Engineering & Architectural Courses in IITs. On the other hand, around 25,000 students can get admission in NITs, IIITs and GFTIs as per the data mentioned in JEE Mains Seat Matrix.

 

All the facts stated above, draw the conclusion that only around 36,000 among 1.2 Million candidates achieve their career goals. And rest try out other career options after JEE Mains and Advanced.

 

Let’s check out which are the options waiting for you ahead!

 

 

 

 

1. JEE Advanced Exam – The Next Level to Reach Success!

 

 

If you qualify after the declaration of JEE Mains 2018 Result and get your number registered in the top 2.24 Lakh Candidates, then you must go for the Advanced Exam.

 

The exam will be held in two phases – JEE Advanced Paper 1 and Paper 2. Both the papers will be compulsory for Engineering and Architecture Aspirants. Based on the scores obtained in these two papers, the JEE Advanced qualifiers would be declared.

 

Well, if you’re highly ambitious to get into IITs, then you must not skip this career scope after JEE Mains 2018.

 

 

 

 

2. NITs are Waiting for You! Don’t Miss the Chance!

 

 

Students scoring below average marks need to take a stand.

 

IIT JEE is an exam of true patience! Even after making lots of efforts, many students fail to score enough marks for IITs. They move into depression while worrying a lot about their career. Instead of doing this, they must make the most of their JEE Main & Advanced 2018 Ranks.

 

What can be better than getting a seat into NITs? Considering the differences between IITs and NITs, none is lacking behind, in terms of major needs of a student.

 

There are approx. 17-18k seats in NITs through JEE Mains 2018. If you do not want to waste your entire year, then don’t lose this golden opportunity.

 

 

 

Check out the list of Colleges Accepting JEE Mains and Advanced 2018 Scores.

 

 

 

 

 

3. Grab the Seats in IIITs and Government Colleges!

 

 

Don’t panic if you didn’t get any seat in NITs! You still have a chance to apply for various IIITs and Government Funded Colleges (GFTIs) through JoSAA Counselling 2018.

 

Last Year, IIITs had nearly 3000 seats and GFTIs had 4000 seats. You can still try your luck in these colleges.

 

Don’t let this opportunity slip from your hands. Grab it before anyone else does!

 

 

 

 

4. Doors of Private Colleges are Always Open for You!

 

 

There are lot many private colleges in India that accept JEE Mains 2018 Scores. If you don’t get seat in any NITs, IIITs or GFTIs, then you may go for these colleges as they are truly luxurious and best suited with the IITs and NITs standards.

 

 

 

Some of the private colleges are –

 

 

Amity University

 Thapar University

 Birla Institute of Technology

 Shiv Nadar University

 Lovely Professional University

 

 

 

You may also read the following blog for more assistance – Top Engineering Colleges in India.

 

 

 

 

5. Try Out Your Luck in Other Engineering Exams Too!

 

 

Although JEE is the most popular Entrance Exam in India, but the candidates must not under-estimate the other Engineering Exams that hold the worth of National Importance too.

 

Apart from National Level, there are lot many State Level & University Level Exams. Below, we have provided a list summing up only the best ones. Check out!

 

 

S.No. Exams Eligibility Conditions Exam Dates 2018
1 UPSEE 2018 12th PCM with 45% for GEN & 40% for (OBC/SC/ST) April
2 KEAM 2018 12th PCM with 45% & 40% for (OBC/SC/ST) April 4th Week
3 VITEEE 12th PCM with 60% for GEN & 50% for (OBC/SC/ST) April
4 BITSAT 75% marks in 12th PCM May
5 WBJEE Must have a West Bengal Domicile April 4th Week
6 MHT-CET 12th PCM with 50% for GEN & 45% for (OBC/SC/ST) May 2nd Week
7 KCET 12th PCM with 45% & 40% for (OBC/SC/ST) May 1st Week
Must have a Karnataka Domicile or 7 Years of Studies in Karnataka
8 AP EAMCET 12th PCM with 45% & 40% for (OBC/SC/ST) April 4th Week
Must have an Andhra Pradesh Domicile
9 VTU EEE Pass in 10+2 or its equivalent Jan 4th Week
10 EAMCET Must have Andhra Pradesh Domicile April 4th Week

 

 

 

Get the Complete List here – Top Engineering Entrance Exams after 12th PCM!

 

 

 

 

6. Strengthen Your Preparations & Re-Appear in JEE Mains/Advanced

 

 

As per the JEE Mains Eligibility Criteria, a candidate has got total 3 attempts to appear in the Mains Exam. Therefore, the candidates who have appeared for either one or two times, have one more chance to avail in JEE and make their career goals accomplished.

 

Candidates must learn from their previous mistakes. They must prepare more attentively next time. As per the guide of JEE Mains 2018 Preparation, one can even prepare for the exam without coaching.

 

Go with the useful learning stuff like Books, Question Papers, Online Test Series, Notes containing Formulas and you’re half done with your preparations.

 

 

 

Tip – You may also take help from JEE Main Study Plan 2018.

 

 

 

For an outstanding strategy, candidates should work on their weak points and should make their strong points tenacious by preparing earnestly this time.

 

A candidate must never see himself as a repeater or a dropper. Whenever you drop a year for exam preparation, don’t consider it as a gap, instead, you must consider it as a golden chance to prepare vigorously and crack the exam next time.

 

 

 

The Guide for JEE Advanced Preparation might also be helpful for Advance Drop-Outs!

 

 

 

 

 

7. Career Options after 12th PCM Other than Engineering

 

 

Well, if you don’t get success in any of the above-mentioned options, don’t lose hope ever!

 

Eduncle Team has more options for you other than Engineering. Please go through the following blog and get access to the list of various other wonderful options for you! 

 

Career Scope after 12th Science PCM

 

 

 

Read the blog carefully and decide which career option you’re going to opt after 12th PCM. Also, share out your choice with us and let us know whether the above suggestions helped you or not.

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