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The IIT JEE exam will be held worldwide this year and will be open to students from 25 countries

IIT JEE exams will be held worldwide this year and will be open to students from 25 countries

This time, the common entrance examination for admission to technical institutes is now held worldwide. The national government plans to hold the exam in 25 countries simultaneously, from the United States to Vietnam. Previously, IIT-JEE exams were held in 12 countries in collaboration with the Indian government. These reviews were held in Kuala Lumpur and Lagos last year.

The examinations will be held in these countries.

The countries where the exams will be held this time are the USA, Australia, South Africa, Singapore, China, Nepal, Indonesia, Malaysia, Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, and many other countries.

Seats will be available for approximately 3900 undergraduate students. At the same time, 1,300 places will be available for graduate students, NRAs, Native Americans, and foreigners. These places will be reserved in the best technical institutes in the country.
Allen Scholarship Admission Test (ASAT)Foreign students can enter the National Institute of Technology, National Institute of Information Technology, School of Planning and Architecture, and other technical institutions funded by other central governments.

Get admission to Indian best educational institutions

according to the Ministry of Education, these students will be admitted to Indian tertiary institutions under the Direct Admission Program for Overseas Students. Foreign students can access the National Institute of Technology, the National Institute of Information Technology, the School of Urban Planning and Architecture, and other educational institutions, including triple it and the night. but this system will not apply to IITs.

At present, all IITs in the country are excluded from this system. According to reports, the Ministry of Education is in contact with international universities that, in collaboration with Indian higher education institutions, can offer various courses to students. based on this initiative, Indian ambassadors in 63 countries were contacted.