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9,885 seats in IITs this year; Fee Structure

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16 Indian Institutes of Technology and Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad are going to provide 9885 seats for the admission into their institutions for JEE (Advanced) qualified students this year.

With the JEE (Advanced) 2013 results declared two days earlier than the scheduled announcement date, students get more time to choose the subject of their interest.

The number of seats available for academic year starting from 2013 at each institution is as follows

  • IIT Bombay – 880 seats
  • IIT Delhi – 851 seats
  • IIT Madras – 838 seats
  • IIT Hyderabad – 210 seats
  • IIT Bhubaneshwar¬† – 160 seats
  • IIT Kharagpur – 1341 seats
  • IIT Mandi – 120 seats
  • IIT Indore – 120 seats
  • IIT Jodhpur – 200 seats
  • IIT Kanpur – 827 seats
  • IIT Roorkee – 1105 seats
  • IIT Varanasi – 1090 seats
  • IIT Gandhinagar – 140 seats
  • IIT Patna – 200 seats
  • IIT Ropar – 120 seats
  • IIT Guwahati – 660 seats and
  • ISM Dhanbad – 1023 seats

4,844 seats are available for General Category followed by 2,599 for BC non-creamy layer category, 1437 for SC, 721 for ST, 140 for General PD, 75 for OBC PD, 44 for SC PD and 25 for ST Physically Disabled candidates.

2013 IIT Admission Fee Structure

Selected candidates have to pay the fee at the time of admission and the fee for individual IIT for General Category is as follows

  • IIT Bhuvaneshwar – Rs 68,600
  • IIT Bombay – Rs 67,876
  • IIT Delhi – Rs 56,635
  • IIT Gandhinagar – Rs 62,600
  • IIT Guwahati – Rs 56,600
  • IIT Jodhpur – Rs 68,750
  • IIT Kanpur – Rs 66,517
  • IIT Kharagpur – Rs 57,876
  • IIT Madras – Rs 54,927
  • IIT Mandi – Rs 62,300
  • IIT Patna – Rs 60,250
  • IIT Roorkee – Rs 63,820
  • IIT Ropar – Rs 58,650
  • IIT Varanasi – Rs 66,200 and
  • ISM Dhanbad – Rs 49,842

Fee for admission at IIT Hyderabad and Indore are yet to be mentioned.

Mess charges are extra and Students should pay additional mess charges depending on the individual institution.

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