IIT aspirants from Sri Lanka can now apply for the IIT Joint Entrance Examination along with Indian students. The High Commission of India in Colombia has announced that the Government of India has decided to conduct Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) JEE examination for the admission of meritorious Sri Lankan Students.
For the admissions, Sri Lankan students are exempted from IIT JEE (Main) as per the reports. The Indian Government decided to conduct the IIT JEE (Advanced) at D.S Senanayake College in Colombia on 21st May 2017. Online applications for the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT-JEE Advanced) can be submitted from 28th April to 2nd May 2017.
The courses that are offered in 23 IITs in India include:
- 4-year Bachelor Degree in B.Tech, B.S, B.S, B.Pharm
- 5-year B.Arch
- 5-year Dual Degree in B.Tech-M.Tech, B.S.-M.S.
- 5-year Integrated Masters (M.Tech, M.Sc., M.Pharm)
Students of Sri Lanka who are aspiring for IIT Admission can apply online along with the Indian students who have cleared the IIT JEE (Main) screening test. For this, students who have cleared GCE ‘A’ level can visit the official website jeeadv.ac.in and check the details that are furnished in the official jeeadv.ac.in/pdf/foreign.pdf link.
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