Engineering courses can be pursued all over India. Find the list of the top 10 engineering colleges here!
Engineering is hailed as the evergreen field of study and one of the top choices for students for higher education in India. Engineering education in India has, over the years increased manifold. While it is up to students to pursue their choice of engineering courses, some of the more popular ones include mechanical engineering courses, civil engineering courses, electronic and electrical engineering courses, electrical and communication engineering courses. Online engineering degree is also available today.
Latest - Top Engineering Colleges in India
In a survey by Outlook, these are the top 10 Engineering Colleges in India in 2015.
Best Engineering Colleges in India
The Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi has been voted as the most popular engineering college of India 2015. IITD offers a host of undergraduate courses, post graduate courses and Ph. D courses to students. Admission to UG courses in IIT Delhi is basis the most popular engineering entrance exam, IIT JEE exam.
Awarded No. 1 engineering college in the recently conducted “Dataquest-CMR Best Technical School Survey 2015", the Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai (IITM) is the place to study. As part of its new innovations, the Industrial Design Centre (IDC) of IIT Bombay has launched a new comprehensive, four-year, Bachelor of Design (B.Des) programme and a five-year integrated, Dual Degree B.Des + M.Des programme in April 2015.
Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur has 19 departments, 7 centres and 8 schools covering engineering, management and sciences. Besides the regular engineering courses like Civil engineering, Mechanical engineering, Industrial & Systems Engineering, IIT Khg offers Cryogenic Engineering, Metallurgical & Materials Engineering, Ocean Engineering & Naval Architecture courses.
The Indian Institute of Technology, Madras (IITM) (some people refer to it as Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai) is one of the best institutes to study engineering in India. The departments in IITM include Applied Mechanics, Aerospace Engineering, Biotechnology, Catalysis, Chemical, Engineering Physics, Humanities, Mathematics, Management Studies and Ocean Engineering, amongst many others.
Niche and elite, the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur (IITK) is one of the best engineering institutes in India. Boasting of a niche faculty for engineering studies in India, the faculty here are proud recipients of Padma Shri, Infosys Prize, Humboldt Research Award, National J.C. Bose Fellowship, Fulkerson Prize, Goedel Prize, National Academy of Sciences (NASc), Indian National Science Academy (INSA), Indian Academy of Science (FASc), Indian National Academy of Engineering (INAE), Swaranajayanti Fellowship, amongst others.
The Indian Institute of Technology Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi is a coveted institute for its Science and Engineering programmes. IIT BHU has a Science Department, an Engineering Department and 2 Schools. The Science Department at IIT BHU offers programmes in Physics, Chemistry & Mathematical Sciences, while the IIT Banaras Hindu University’s Engineering Department offers B. Tech & M.
The Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani (BITS Pilani) is an intellectual powerhouse with niche course offering under Integrated First Degree, Higher Degree and Doctoral programmes. Because of its huge talent pool, BITS Pilani has successfully attracted healthy amounts of research funding from government grants and private bodies.
One of the newer IIT’s, the Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati has made ground breaking success and is considered amongst the top engineering institutes of India. IITG offers B. Tech courses, B. Design courses, M. Tech courses, M. Design courses, Master of Science, M.A in Development Studies and Master of Science by Research [M. Sc (R)]. Ph. D programmes in Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati include biotechnology, Chemistry etc.
The National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli previously was known as Regional Engineering College, is placed in the heart of Tamil Nadu on the banks of river Cauvery. NIT, Trichy was led its foundation stone in the year 1964, and is 17th NIT recognised by Government of India. It has gained 9th rank on the chart by the Outlook.
National Institute of Technology was earlier known as Regional Engineering College. With 1960 as its year of establishment, it has a long and remarkable journey in the field of engineering. The Institute has a long convention of research for several decades in both habitual and modern areas of engineering and sciences in all departments.
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