The aspirants who have passed JEE (Advanced) reach out IIT students for a career advice online.The Google Hangout session was organised at IIT-Gandhinagar. It was an open house session which was conducted on June 20 and June 21. It took place in different time slots.It is conducted every year to guide the students online.
For the registration process, the aspirants had to fill a Google form from the institute’s website and provide the different time slots.
According to a report in Times of India, Dean of Student Affairs at IIT-Gandhinagar Professor Jaison Manjaly said, “Students often seem to have little knowledge about different disciplines offered at the IITs as well as a lot of confusion and misconceptions. The open house aims to give such students and their parents a deeper insight about life at IITGN, the institute’s vision, student opportunities at the institute and so on.”
Further in a report, one of the student volunteers, Shubham Patil said, “Through the Hangout we were able to instantly provide various types of information related to their queries. We ensured that their doubts are solved in an organized manner.”
Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JOSAA) has published the schedule for seat allocation and admission. The allocation process will begin from June 29 and the candidates will have to fill the choices from June 29 to July 3