Admission Guidance to IIT / NIT / Engineering Colleges
Previously there were few Government Engineering Colleges and Centrally funded Institutes like IIT & Regional Engineering Colleges. However, due to the Privatisation Policy adopted by Govt. no. of Private Engineering Colleges have been Established and choosing best amongst them is a concern.
Definitely, Degree from a renowned Engineering Colleges is a stamp of excellence, it makes resume impressive and enhances the carrier opportunities in future.
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As such in the interest of the future, students are requested to select the proper Engineering College before taking admission. The General Guidelines for selecting a proper college are.
Faculty:- College should have a highly qualified & well-experienced faculty. Usually, decent colleges carry a short profile of each of their faculty with the details of educational qualifications and experience on their Website.
Research:- Colleges undergoing research is a good sign of it being academically rich. This can also be verified from the college website
Accreditation:- The question of Accreditation by AICTE is irrelevant for central & State Government Institutes and Institutes having University status But Private Engineering College must be approved by AICTE. It may also be noted that Universities do not grant affiliation to technical colleges unless they are approved by AICTE.
Accreditation can be verified from AICTE Website (www.aicte.india.org) and affiliation can be verified from UGC website (www.ugc.ac.in)
Fill Rate:- The fill rate is the percentage of seats which the institution is able to fill every year.
Placement:- The employability of any institute can be measured by Placement record of that institute. Therefore best college manages to get the best placement for their students. This can be verified by placement related news, Institutes brochure and consultation.
On the basis of above EDU, the initiative of 9.9. Media and RAND the international Corporations both working in the field of education has jointly ranked 100 Engineering Colleges in India. The list is available to students for Guidance. It may be mentioned that IIT Mumbai (5) VNIT (24) & College of Engineering Pune (53) of Maharashtra find the place in this list.