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Top 10 Engineering Entrance Exams in India

In India, lakhs of students pass out as engineering graduates every year. Being a country that nurtures the dreams of engineering aspirants, it offers many entrance exams to get into reputed institutions at both the national and state level. Getting admissions in IITs and NITs is the dream of every student looking for a career in engineering. But due to the greater demand for seats, it is important to choose the right entrance exam that will lead you to the right institution.

Engineering Entrance Exams In India

Here are the top 10 engineering entrance exams to choose from to get into the best institutions in India : 

  1. JEE Main : It is the most popular entrance examination for engineering that is conducted at a national level by the National Testing Agency (NTA). The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main was previously conducted by the Central Board of Examination (CBSE) annually. From 2019, the exams are conducted twice a year, in January and in April. JEE Main opens up the admission opportunity to renowned institutions of the nation like IIITs and NITs. It is also considered as an eligibility criteria for appearing in JEE Advance which is required to get into the IITs.  
                                                    
  2. JEE Advanced: JEE Advance is considered as the second level of the JEE exams. It is the only way to own one of the limited 10,000 seats offered by 24 IITs in India for various undergraduate studies. This entrance exam is conducted annually by the seven zonal IITs under the guidance of the Joint Admission Board (JAB). Students should be among the top 2.5 lakh rank holders of JEE Main to be eligible for attending the exam.

  3. BITSAT: The Birla Institute of Science and Technology conducts their exams every year in an online mode, a Computer-Based To (CBT). Students who clear the entrance exam are admitted to integrated First-degree programs like BE, Pharma and other MSc programs.

  4. VITEEE:  The VIT Engineering Entrance Examination (VITEEE) conducted by Vellore Institute of Technology is a widely popular institute level BTech exam. This university level examination secures around 5000 undergraduate seats for the aspirants. The online mode examination is objective in nature and around 2 lakh students attend the exam every year.

  5. WBJEE: The West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination (WBJEE) is a state-level examination which is a gateway for admission to various undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Engineering and Technology, Architecture and Pharmacy, offered by different colleges in the state. This test is focused to determine the speed of the candidate in solving problems rather than measuring the intellectual depth.

  6. SRMJEEE: The SRM Joint Engineering Entrance Examination (SRMJEEE) conducted by SRM Institute of Science and Technology offers about 7000 undergraduate seats to the aspirants. It is an online or computer-based test and around 1 lakh candidates appear for the exam every year. The selected candidates are offered admission to various campuses of the institute in Kattankulathur, Ramapuram, Vadapalani and Delhi NCR.

  7. KIITEE: Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology Entrance Examination (KIITEE) is conducted by the Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology, Bhubaneswar. This examination offers admission to the undergraduate and postgraduate programs in various colleges of the institute which includes KIIT University, Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences and Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences. There will be around 60 centres for the test which will be conducted in online mode.

  8. MHTCET: The Maharashtra Common Entrance (MHTCET) Test is conducted by Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) that facilitates entry into various engineering colleges in Maharashtra. This exam is held twice in a year. According to the score in the entrance examination, the candidates will be admitted to their preferred colleges.

  9. KCET: The Karnataka Common Entrance Test is an examination held in Karnataka to admit students into various engineering colleges in the state. Only the students residing in Karnataka with original proof of their residency are eligible to appear for the examination.

  10. COMEDK UGET: COMEDK UGET is a state-level examination conducted by Consortium of Medical Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka. The candidates selected through the entrance exam are offered admission to engineering and medical degree courses offered by colleges/institutes that are affiliated to COMEDK.

Choosing the right entrance examination is important for you to get into your desired engineering college. To prepare yourself for these competitive examinations it is better to take entrance coaching from a reputed coaching institute. Online entrance coaching in Kerala mentors the students in the right way to make them capable to tackle these examinations.

 

 

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