03-13-2015, 05:22 PM
Indian School of Mines (ISM), Dhanbad is struggling with the problem of vacancies, as it gets to be upgraded to an Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) of the next academic year. This indicates a rapid decline in its popularity among students.
Now, IIT admissions and admission ISM, Dhanbad common advice is made by students who cracked the joint entrance examination (JEE) advanced exam. Recently, it has been observed that the number of students admitted to the ISM through advisory group is steadily declining. In 2012, 931 students were admitted to the ISM. 850 students were admitted in 2013 and 750 were admitted in 2014.
In addition, ISM also follows a system of site admission. So when the process is finished JEE advanced targeting, as the number of seats vacant advertised in the local papers and invite advanced JEE aspirants who have not been admitted to IITs apply for their courses. In 2012, 121 students were admitted through admissions site but there were still 23 places left vacant. In 2012, 169 Spot admission occurred only 8 seats were vacant. Last year, 210 students were admitted through the site admission.
It is interesting to note that all income held in place graduate technology degree and graduated from Tech & Tech dual technology. Spot admissions were not made in good m.SC courses .. Admission ISM trend shows that instead of admission, most students are General category.