In a recently conducted demographic research, by the experts at IIT Guwahati, it has been concluded that the success curve of aspirants making it to the IITs nationally still hail from the cities, thereby hinting at the conventional urban – centric trend. The findings of the research have highlighted the importance of self study, northwards of attending coaching classes or private tuitions. Out of the 10, 575 students who bagged an opportunity to follow their dreams this year, 5, 539 students had studied on their own, This ratio accounts for 52.4%, alongside 44.5% amounting from those candidates who had resorted to various coaching institutes and a paltry 2% comprising of those aspirants who either availed private tuition or pursued correspondence courses. Students hailing from CBSE schools have fared well and talking about parents; the wards of those into government service or business have done well to qualify into the government funded technical institutes like NITs and the IIITs, besides the IITs. However, the quest would be to assist rural students to have access to these premier institutes and break the urban monopoly, which accosted for 75% of the total admissions. As a part of the research, it was also deciphered that the children, whose parents are educated, qualified for the IITs.
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