First of all we are discussing about the B.Tech/B.E admission procedures. Here two types of admission will come. a) Direct Admission b) Lateral Entry Admission
As the 1st option tells us we are discussing about the direct admission here. In inter (higher secondary) you need at least 50% marks in PCM (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics) to apply in engineering. There are so many entrance examinations held for B.Tech admission but in between them the largest is AIEEE and followed by IITJEE. But the good news for the aspirants of 2013 and onwards is both of the exams has been combined up by the education ministry.
IIT JEE, AIEEE is the new name of this national level engineering entrance examination. In this exam 40% weight age given to the higher secondary marks while the left 60% from the marks acquired in the entrance. It has been decided you have to pay more to the IITs and then the NITs.
The required qualification for AIEEE is 50% marks in higher secondary exams from any state or national board. And for the SC/ST/OBC/PH category students 40% marks Mechanical engineering known as the mother of engineer while civil and electrical are the branches of that. With duration all of them have been specified to some new engineering trades as per the requirement of human living. mechanical engineering has been divided as manufacturing, welding technology, robotics, aerospace, marine, production, materials, food technology, lather technology and many more like these while electrical specified to electronics and telecommunication, instrumentation engineering. The combination of mechanical and electrical brings a new engineer-ring named mechatronics.
Beside these most popular engineering trades in India are textile, agriculture, chemical, Hydrology, Earthquake Engineering, Wood Science and Forest Products, Metallurgical and Materials, Paper Technology and architect engineering. Chennai based engineering college (Guindy) known as the oldest Engineering Colleges in India (1794 AD) while Indian Institute of Technology, roorkee follows the rank (1847).
IIT's holding the leading position in engg. In early days there were seven IIT's in India but recently nine new IIT's started in some other cities. In total of 16 IIT's governing the engineering studies in different fields. Beside the Govt. institutes some private universities like Birla Institute of Technology (Pillani, Mesra and Ranchi), International Institute of Information Technology (Hyderabad), Thapar University (Patiala) are holding the leading position in private studies in the country. 20 NIT's fallows the IIT's as the leading engineering colleges in the country.
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