Top Engineering Colleges in India 2018: List & Rating
The second most populous country in the world, India also has the third largest higher education system in the world. India has many top-rated Universities and Institutions that provide a world-class education to students. For example, highly competitive institutions such as the National Institutes of Technology (NITs), Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) and the University of Mumbai are all located in India and are famous for their engineering undergraduate programs. In this article, we provide details for students seeking to know more about the top engineering colleges in India in 2018.
List of Engineering Colleges
Here in this article, we have provided a list of BTech programmes offered by top engineering colleges in India. The list covers a full array of institutions, including IITs, NITs, private and government colleges as well as deemed, central and state Universities. Candidates should use our list to determine the best-fit engineering college for pursuing their undergraduate level education.
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How we have rated the Institutions
Through our methodology, colleges are awarded ratings based on college infrastructure & facilities, academic excellence & faculty ratio, college affiliation & approval, placement statistics and student’s preferences for the colleges.
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For Indian BTech programmes, admission is offered on the bases of performance in entrance examinations. The most popular national-level examination for admission to B.Tech and B.Arch programmes is the JEE Main. In addition, there are many other entrance tests that are conducted at the state level, and also some universities and institutions have their own independent entrance tests. The IITs consider admission based on the JEE Advanced. Examples of state level entrance examination are TS EAMCET (Telangana state), AP EAMCET (Andhra Pradesh state), BCECE (Bihar state), JCECE (Jharkhand state), Assam CEE, JKCET(Jammu & Kashmir state), etc.
Top Engineering Specializations
In India, engineering is the most popular course amongst students who have passed their higher secondary education with PCM group subjects. The demanding engineering disciplines are Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computer & Science Engineering, Automobile Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering, and Electronics & Communication Engineering.
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