Students who score highest on the JEE Advanced consistently list the Indian Institute of Technology in Bombay as their number one choice for undergraduate study.
A total of 100 students scored in the top tier of the JEE Advanced this year; 93 of them chose IIT B as their first choice, while 6 picked IIT Delhi and one picked IIT Madras.
In the first round of JoSAA counselling, 69 applicants were offered spots at IIT Bombay, 28 at IIT Delhi, and three at IIT Madras.
Aspirants continue to show the highest levels of interest in Computer Science Engineering. A total of 69 students were accepted to study at IIT Bombay, with 68 students enrolling in the candidate’s chosen major of Computer Science and one student enrolling in Engineering Physics. Most Engineering hopefuls continue to express interest in attending IIT Bombay and majoring in computer science and engineering, which has resulted in an acceptance rate virtually identical to last year.
When choosing a college and major, students often weigh a number of variables, such as their placement, prior learning, the advice of trusted peers, the convenience of their location, and the prospects for their chosen field.
On Friday, the Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) distributed the first of six allocation lists to enrolled students, allocating seats in engineering programmes according to applicants’ choices, eligibility requirements, and the number of available slots.
There were 1,555,538 people who took the JEE Advanced 2022 test, which was administered on August 28 and whose results were made public on September 11. There were 40,712 people who scored high enough on the JEE Advanced 2022 exam to get admitted, and the JoSAA is in charge of the admissions procedure.