Engineering exam preparation:- We all know the importance of education in life. Many programs are being run by the government to make education aware. A good education is everyone’s dream, parents want their children to study well and become a big man. Children want them to live up to the thinking of their parents and achieve a position in life. Today’s studies are not as easy as before, the competition has increased as compared to earlier. Everyone wants to see their children ahead of others, because of this, somewhere they also put pressure on their children. Today’s studies start from 2 years or one and a half years. While studying in school, children have only one goal, that is to get good marks. The right examination of children and their parents starts after class 12th, this is the time when children have to make the right choice of their career. One small mistake can lead to a lifetime of regret.
After 12th, children have to decide which course they want to join. All courses start after 12th. Engineering is also one of them. Many youth of today want to do engineering, due to the increasing scope of IT, it has attracted everyone. But before joining any course, it is very important to collect complete information about it. Along with this, you should also consider in your mind that how suitable you are for this course, whether your mind is in this work or not. Sit down with your elders and think about all these things in advance.
history of engineering college
The Technical Training Center of India was made by the British Raj. At that time, engineers used to come from Britain, but men were taken from India for the lower grades. So to teach them well, engineering school was started in India. The first engineering college in India was opened in 1847 in Roorkee, Uttar Pradesh. Later it was named IIT Roorkee. In 1856, colleges were opened in 3 presidencies. ‘Calcutta College of Civil Engineering’ in Bengal Presidency, ‘College of Engineering’ in Bombay Presidency opened in Pune, and ‘College of Engineering’ in Madras Presidency opened at Guindy.
Eligibility to enroll in engineering college
At least 60% should have appeared in 12th (some colleges also get admission in its low percentage)
Must have passed 12th with Science Subject (Physics, Chemistry, Maths is required for BE and B Tech)
Polytechnic Diploma –
There are some institutes in India which give diploma in engineering. This is a 3 year course after 10th class. After this diploma, the candidate can apply for Junior Engineer or can enroll in an engineering college by passing the AMIE exam for further studies, after which he will get an engineering degree. Polytechnic students go straight to the second year after enrolling in an engineering college.
Detailed information about engineering course
There are 2 types of degree in engineering, Bachelor of Engineering (BE) and Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech). Some colleges offer BE degree, some B.Tech. Both the courses are of 4 years, in which there are 8 semesters. There are more than 40 engineering courses in India.
computer science engineering
Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
food processing and technology
Dairy Technology And Engineering
Agricultural Information Technology
Out of this, Biotechnology Engineering is such a course, which both students with Bio and Maths can do.
Information about engineering college
Indian Institute of Technology
IITs are considered to be the best engineering colleges in India. These IITs live under the supervision of the HRD Ministry of India. There are currently 23 IITs in India, out of which 5 IITs will open in the next session. Every IIT is autonomous but linked to each other at the time of counselling. For admission in IITs, there used to be IIT-JEE exam, which was changed to Joint Entrance Exam in 2013 in advance. Every year 150,000 students take the exam for admission in IIT, out of which only 10 thousand are selected. JEE Advanced exam is conducted by the Central Board.
Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology (IIEST) –
It was opened by the Government of India in 2007. Due to the increasing technology and technological demand in the country, the country will have to grow at a higher speed. Therefore, the Government of India decided that some engineering colleges and universities in the state should be brought under IIEST. It is better to improve the level of these colleges than to build new colleges. After upgrading, these colleges have got the status of ‘Institute of National Importance (INI)’.
Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) –
BITS is an Indian Institute, which is a big university. This university has 15 academic departments, which mainly focus on undergraduate engineering. BITS colleges are located in Goa, Pilani, Hyderabad and Dubai, of which Pilani is the main centre.
Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) –
The IIITs are a group of four institutes for higher education in India, which mainly focus on information technology. It has been made by the Central Government, in which the fund also comes from the government and the HRD Ministry looks after it.
National Institute of Technology (NIT) –
These colleges also have the status of National Institute. It was initially known as Regional Engineering College. In 2002, the HRD Ministry upgraded them and gave them the status of NIT. At present there are 30 NIT colleges, out of which 10 NITs were opened in 2010. AIEEE exam for admission in NIT is conducted by CBSE every year. In this, more than 14 lakh people take the examination, out of which students are selected for about 15 thousand seats.
Other famous engineering universities –
Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU)
University of Mumbai
Jadavpur University, Kolkata
Anna University, Chennai
Hindustan University, Chennai
Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT)
Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology
Bachelor of Engineering, India (B.E.) –
RGPV University located in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh gives B.E degree to engineering students. Top 5 colleges offering B.E degree –
Shri Govindram Seksaria Institute of Technology and Science
Institute of Engineering and Technology DAVV, Indore
Institute of Engineering and Science IPS Academy, Indore
National Level Engineering Entrance Exam
JEE Main Joint Entrance Exam Mains
JEE Advanced Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Exam
AIEEE All India Engineering Entrance Exam
BITSAT Birla Institute of Technology and Science Admission Test
ENAT EPSI National Admission Test
VITEEE Velor Institute of Technology Engineering Entrance Exam
NAT National Aptitude Test
PACET Planning and Architecture Common Entrance Test
ATIT Admission Test for ICFAI Technology and Science
ISAT IIST Admission Test
WAT Written Admission Test
MERI Entrance Exam Marine Engineering and Research Institute Entrance Exam
AMIE Associate Membership of Institute of Engineers
NEET National Engineering Aptitude Test
NATA National Aptitude Test in Architecture
ECET FDH Engineering Common Entrance Test for Diploma Holders
state level engineering entrance exam
Maharashtra Common Entrance Test
Karnataka Common Entrance Test
Tamil Nadu Engineering Admission
Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Exam
Engineering, Agricultural and Medicine Common Entrance Test
kerala engineering, agricultural medical exam
ass joint admission test
Bihar Common Entrance Test
Jammu and Kashmir Common Entrance Test
Punjab Technical University Combined Entrance Test
Orissa Joint Entrance Exam
Rajasthan Pre Engineering Test
Madhya Pradesh Professional Exam Test
West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination Board
Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University Common Entrance Test
Combined Pre Entrance Test
Pondicherry Joint Entrance Test
Engineering entrance exam conducted by the university
SRM Engineering Entrance Exam
Wells Entrance Exam
Tripura Joint Entrance Test
Tolani Maritime Institute of Science
Jamia Millia Islamia Engineering Entrance Exam
nerist entrance exam
Vinayaka Mission University Engineering Entrance Exam
annamalai university exam
vignan university exam
Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology
amrita engineering entrance exam
Bharti Vidyapeeth Engineering Entrance Exam
Central Institute of Plastics Engineering
Karunya Entrance Exam
Shiksha O Anusandhan University Admission Test
School of Planning and Architecture
BS Abdur Rahman University Engineering
Cochin University of Science and Technology Common Admission Test
sliet engineering test
Jawaharlal Nehru University Engineering Exam
Bharat University Engineering Entrance Exam
There are many courses in engineering, which students can choose according to their wish. Counseling takes place after any entrance exam, in which they get colleges and branches on the basis of numbers. Those who get maximum marks get good, desired college and desired branch. Nowadays college is available even after getting low marks, but placement is not guaranteed from there. Good placement is available only after doing engineering from a good government college, a good college of a big university.
Nowadays, due to the increasing demand for engineering, private colleges have opened in every small and big city. The fees of these private colleges are also high, and studies are also not good. Apart from this, the degree obtained by engineering from these colleges is also not recognized much. No big companies go to the college, which does not lead to placements. Later on finding a job with this degree also requires a lot of hard work. These private colleges also admit students with low numbers by taking donations, due to which corruption is increasing a lot. AICTE is canceling the license of many such colleges.
Engineering entrance exam preparation
The preparation for these exams starts from class 11 these days. It is very difficult to crack the IIT exam, which requires hard work and perseverance in studies.
Preparation starts from 11th –
Set your goal from 11th itself, collect information about all the exams.
Keep the main focus on any one exam.
Along with your schooling, keep preparing for these exams as well.
By bringing the material of engineering entrance exam, you can study on your own, or you can join any coaching.
Along with preparing for engineering entrance exam, study vigorously to get good marks in class 12th, 12th marks are also very important for you.
Crash course after 12th
After giving the 12th exam, there are crash courses through many coaching, in which you can prepare for these exams in 1-2 months.
One can crack a university or state level exam through crash course, all national level exams are held immediately after 12th exam, for which not much preparation time is available.
Drop after 12th –
If you have not got a good result in the entrance exam after 12th, then you can also take 1 year drop. During this, definitely join any coaching, this will give you the right atmosphere for preparation.
After taking the drops, one should not study on his own at home, it distracts attention and spoils the year.
In that 1 year, study diligently and work hard.
Apart from studying coaching, do self study.
Give practice test.
Solve previous years papers.
Prepare by making a time table.
Number of Engineering Institutes in the States of India
State Name Number State Name Number
Andhra Pradesh 498 Madhya Pradesh 299
Arunachal Pradesh 2 Maharashtra 799
Assam 23 Manipur 200
Bihar 30 Meghalaya 40
Chandigarh 9 Orissa 125
Chhattisgarh 75 Pondicherry 21
Delhi 37 Punjab 243
Goa 10 Rajasthan 325
Gujarat 120 Sikkim 50
Haryana 342 Tamil Nadu 1027
Himachal Pradesh 56 Tripura 2
J&K 28 Uttar Pradesh 700+
Jharkhand 33 Uttarakhand 99
Karnataka 210 West Bengal 192
Kerala 198 Total 7080