Gandhinagar: Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar (IITGN) is going to host a live JEE Open House for potential BTech students on October 23, 2021, at 6 pm. The virtual interactive event aims to guide JEE (Advanced) qualified students and their parents about different engineering branches at IITs, various career opportunities, and help them better understand the IIT system to make informed choices.
The IITGN JEE Open House event includes different sessions with the Deans of Academic and Student Affairs, Student Leadership, and Alumni of the Institute as well as a session by Prof Sudhir K Jain, Director, IITGN. The participants can get first-hand guidance on their queries and doubts related to undergraduate education at IITs.
They will also get more insights about IITGN values and culture, innovative curriculum, double major and dual degree programs, liberal policy for branch change, undergraduate research opportunities, infrastructure and student support, international internship opportunities, career development services, entrepreneurship opportunities, co-curricular and extracurricular initiatives, educational innovations, and student-centric initiatives, especially during the difficult time of the pandemic.
Further, if the students with a JEE-Advanced rank of 1000 or better (as per the Common Rank List) join IITGN, the Institute will provide them a scholarship equivalent to the entire tuition fee for all four years of their undergraduate program at IITGN.
Explaining the unique aspects of the IITGN JEE Open House, Prof Kabeer Jasuja, Dean of Academic Affairs, IITGN said, “Like every year, IITGN has taken the initiative of organising JEE Open House to reach out to the IIT aspirant students and their parents to provide them a deeper insight about various opportunities and possibilities available to them. The idea is to help the prospective students in making informed choices about institute and discipline. Considering the current situation, this online session will make it convenient for them to attend from anywhere in the world.”