IIT Delhi to organise Open House for females who qualified in JEE (Advanced) – 2019

New Delhi: A special Open House will be organised by IIT Delhi on Sunday (June 23, 2019) for female candidates who have qualified in JEE (Advanced) – 2019.
During the counselling process the female candidates will get an opportunity to discuss their choices of branch/institute with faculty, current students, and alumni, and find out more about how life is for women at IIT in general and IIT Delhi in particular.
Representatives from IIT Mandi will also be joining the Open House to be organised at IIT Delhi to share information about their campus.
The first session of the Open House will start in the morning at 10 am and the second one will start at 2 pm. The duration of each session will be of three hours.
To attend the counselling sessions to be held at the Lecture Hall Complex, IIT Delhi, one needs to register herself at: https://forms.gle/AhaihqWPd66Fh72G6
This year, about 17% of seats in every branch at every IIT have been designated as ‘female-only’ seats (this has been done by creating sufficient supernumerary seats, without any reduction in the number of seats available to non-female candidates).
The result of JEE (Advanced) 2019 was declared on June 14, 2018. A total number of 161,319 candidates appeared in both papers 1 and 2 in JEE (Advanced). A total of 38,705 candidates have qualified.
Of the total 38,705 candidates, who qualified in JEE (Advanced) this year, 5356 are females.
Ms. Shabnam Sahay of Ahmedabad, Gujarat is the top ranked female with CRL 10. Ms Ananya Gupta is IIT Delhi zone topper with CRL 233.
Speaking about the Open House, Prof Sumeet Agarwal, Nodal Officer, JEE (Women) Helpdesk, IIT Delhi, said: “The total number of female-only seats across all IITs is 2,415; whereas the total number of women who have qualified in JEE (Advanced) 2019 is 5,356. For qualified female candidates, this year they have quite a good chance of getting an IIT seat, and a better chance than previous years of getting a branch and IIT of their choice.
Hence All female candidates are advised to not go just by previous years’ closing ranks, but instead fill in as many of their genuine preferences as they can, in order to maximise their chances of getting a high-preference branch and/or campus.”
The Open House is being organised under the aegis of ‘Initiative for Gender Equity and Sensitization (IGES)’, a unit of IITD that was created on March 08, 2018.