Engineering. This one word has brought a revolution in the whole world. Look around yourself and you will find a work done by an engineer. Being the most preferred choice for graduation and the most popular degree for undergraduate- engineering is one of the best fields for a student as a career after high schools. With almost around 10 lakh student applicants in India itself, engineering exams are one of the most written exams in education history. India is one of the several leading nations of the engineers producing countries globally.
Coming to the exams, engineering is one of the toughest exams held for under-graduation level and still, engineering forms are one of the exams with the most number of registrations. Anyone of you who is interested or knows someone who is about to pursue engineering; below is some most preferable and popular exams to enter in some prestigious and best colleges/universities for engineering in India.
- JEE (MAINS AND ADVANCED)
JEE or joint entrance examinations are the national level exams held for undergraduate engineering admissions in IITs/NITs and ISM. This exam is conducted by NTA (National testing agency) this year in 2020. The exam is held on two levels:
JEE MAINS is one of the most written qualifying examinations all over the country which is a gateway for the NITs, IIITs and other GFTIs. The pre-level is going to be held two times as per the new pattern. The students need to register for the exams online for both online/offline mode. Scoring the required marks would clear the eligibility criteria for a student to write the next level i.e JEE ADVANCED.
JEE ADVANCED is ranked as the toughest qualifying exam held for any undergraduate degree. Qualifying this and gaining a decent rank under 10k after fighting around 10 lakh students from the MAINS level would make a student eligible for engineering from one among the 23 IITs across the country or ISM.
Birla institute of technology and science admission test, commonly known as BITSAT is one exam that every student should give. BITSAT is an online mode exam that not only clears the eligibility for BITs (Pilani, Hyderabad, Goa, and Dubai) but also covers the basic syllabus of every other qualifying examination for engineering.
LPUNEST is a common national entrance and scholarship test conducted by LPU (Lovely professional university) for admission in engineering, MBA, agriculture, law, Hotel management and many other disciplines offered by the university. LPU is a private university ranked no.1 in the state and is among the top five universities in India. With scholarships worth over 1.5 lakhs being offered to deserving students based on their performances in the test, LPU is one of the most preferable choices among students who are longing for professional life.
With over 2 lakhs applicants appearing for examination every year, VITEEE ( VIT engineering entrance exam) is a popular option available to get into VIT. Vellore Institute of Technology, VIT is one of the top 10 colleges in terms of placement and academics. VITEEE is an online exam of 2 and a half hours and it follows a syllabus the same as BITSAT.
Maharashtra common entrance test, popularly known as MHCET is a state governed examination conducted by the State common entrance test cell, Mumbai. With over 350 colleges spread through the state, the MHCET is always an option for students, Pune and Mumbai being the major IT controlled parks, MHCET is held every year and provides a home-friendly college to anyone who wants to study in Maharashtra.
Along with this, there are certain more handful of exams as WBJEE, COMED_K, MU-OET, KITEEE, etc. these all exams require no domicile certificates or are not bound by any region. Every year thousands of students enrol and make their engineering dream come true. Hope this helped you to find your dream professional engineering college.