Application process for India’s largest Entrance Exam (JEE Mains 2015) for Engineering Admissions starts

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The application Process for JEE Main 2015 , India’s single largest Entrance Exam For admission to Undergraduate Courses in premier Engineering Colleges started on November 7, 2014 and the last date for applying online is December 18, 2014

The Aspirants can download the INFORMATION BULLETIN from JEE MAIN 2015 website

It may also be noted that JEE main is also an Eligibility Test for JEE ADVANCED, which is an entrance test for admission to BTech courses in IITs/ISM Dhanbad

Aspirants can apply for JEE Main online only on JEE Main website after following the simple process

Other than National Institutes of Technology (NITs), IIITs and other Centrally funded Technology Institutes (CTFIs), ther are many Private Premier Engineering Colleges in India , Which Conduct admissions through JEE Main Scores

More  Info – JEE Main 2015 Notification and Dates


Engineering Admissions in Manipal University

Manipal University, formerly known as Manipal Academy of Higher Education or MAHE, is a deemed University in Manipal, Karnataka, India. It has over 20,000 students from over 50 countries in the main campus. The University has branch campuses in Bengaluru, Mangalore and Dubai.

Manipal University has over 20 constituent colleges offering various programmes in Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing, Pharmacy, Biotechnology, Allied Health Sciences, Architecture, Engineering, Management, Hospitality, Jewellery Design, Mass Communication and Regenerative Medicine.

The University has two constituent Engineering Colleges:

1. Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal

2. International Centre for Applied Sciences, Manipal

The University offers four-years B.E in the following disciplines:

1) Aeronautical Engineering, 2) Automobile Engineering, 3) Biomedical Engineering, 4) Biotechnology, 5) Chemical Engineering, 6) Civil Engineering, 7) Computer Science, 8) Electronics and Communication Engineering, 9) Electrical and Electronics Engineering, 10) Industrial and Production Engineering, 11) Information Technology, 12) Instrumentation and Control Engineering, 13) Mechanical Engineering, 14) Mechatronics and Printing Technology as well as Bachelor in Architecture.

Eligibility: The candidate should be an Indian citizen. He/She should have passed 10+2 exam or any equivalent exam from a recognised Board/University with Physics, Mathematics and English with Chemistry or Biotechnology or Computer Science or Biology or Engineering Drawing as optional subjects for admission to B.E. course. A candidate should have obtained 50% marks in Physics, Mathematics and any one of the optional subjects. For Bachelor of Architecture, admission is done on the basis of marks obtained in the qualifying examination and all-India National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) conducted by the Council of Architecture.

Admission to other B.E. courses: Admission are done on the basis of rank in the all-India online engineering entrance exam called ENAT. Only those candidates are considered for admission who score at least 50 percent mark in ENAT.

ENAT is of 2.30 hours’ duration and comprises 240 multiple choice questions which are objective type. The medium examination is English. The distribution of questions is usually as follows:

Physics: 60 questions, Chemistry: 60 questions, Mathematics: 80 questions, English and General Aptitude: 40 questions

Online Test Centres: Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Chandigarh, Chennai, Coimbatore, Delhi, Ernakulam, Gangtok, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Manipal, Mangalore, Mumbai and Pune.

The online test is held during a specified period between April and May every year. The candidates can select the test schedule according to their choice.

Application forms are available from specified branches of State Bank of India. Candidates can apply either under General or NRI category. Those submitting applications under both categories cannot be considered for admission.

Last Date: First week of March.



There is no doubt that competition for Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Exams (IIT-JEE) is tough and it is a difficult engineering entrance exam to clear.

Don’t lose heart if you think you won’t be able to clear IIT-JEE. Students who appear for IIT-JEE also attempt a number of other engineering exams held at the regional level. These exams open avenues to both national and regional level engineering colleges

Exams like MHT-CET open up opportunities into regional engineering colleges. Whereas Birla Institute of Technology and Science Admission Test (BITSAT) enables you a chance to go international with their campus in Dubai apart from Goa and Rajasthan.

With over four lakh students competing for 7,000 odd seats in IITs across the country, the IIT-JEE exam is tough to crack. Hence students are on a look out for other engineering entrance exams conducted by other institutes.

IIT-JEE  Alternatives

All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE)
– April 25, 2010
Birla Institute of Technology and Science Admission Test (BITSAT) 10th May – 10th June 2010
Vellore Institute of Technology Engineering Entrance Examination (VITEEE)17th April 2010

Delhi College of Engineering (DCE)
– May 30, 2009
Maharashtra MHT-CET – May 7, 2009

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DA – IICT Admisson 2009 ICT Engineering

DA-IICT Btech (ICT) Admissions 2009 Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information
and Communication Technology (DAIICT)
, Gandhinagar, Gujarat – Bachelor of
Technology (Information and Communication Technology) 2009 Admission Notice

A candidate can submit an application either online (preferably) or offline.
The application fee is Rs 800/- (online) and Rs 1000/- if a candidate downloads
the form and sends the hard-copy. In both cases, the draft needs to be sent by
courier/registered post.

Complete Details >> DA – IICT Admisson 2009 ICT Engineering

Engineering Entrance Exams in India

If you Plan to be an Engineer in India, you need to appear in  Engineering Entrance Exams either at All India level or  by  State Common Entrance Tests (CET) To get admitted in the Engineering Institute of your choice, you need a high ranking in the respective Entrance Examination and in order to compete with others your test preparation needs to be thorough.

Students who have studied the combination of Physics, Chemistry and Math Subjects at 10+2 level often wish to become an Engineer. Before opting for this line they must be aware of certain factors such as -their interest, potentialities, awareness, creativity, talent and in-depth Knowledge of Physics and Math subjects in particular. Engineering Sciences breaks up in to many branches. Employment options as an Engineer depends on the branch of study. Some of the branches are: Aeronautical, Agricultural, Ceramic, Chemical, Civil, Computer Science, Electrical Power, Electronics, Engineering Physics, Information Technology/Science, Instrumentation, Mechanical, Metallurgical, Mining. Naval, Textile etc. These courses are of 4 year duration. Students can look forward to an exciting and rewarding career in the fields of construction, design, management, manufacture, research or teaching.

Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) at 7 Locations are among the best ranked Engineering Institutes in India. These institutes admit candidates through Joint Entrance Examinations on All-India basis with no domiciliary restrictions. The Joint Entrance Examination (IIT JEE) administered jointly by the seven Indian Institutes of Technology and IT-BHU and ISM is held usually in 1st week of May at a large number of centers throughout India for admission to the Engineering courses only. Foreign nationals are not eligible to write JEE.

National Institute of Technology ( at 17 Locations) are the next choice for Engineering Aspirants. Admission to these Institutes are done through All India Engineering Entrance Examinations (AIEEE) and students are selected on basis of merit. The AIEEE Tests are also conducted in the month of May-June every year. There are many Engineering Institutes and Universities in India who admit students based on their AIEEE ranking.

Apart from the above, there are many Institutes/State Universities which conduct their own Engineering Entrance Examinations. Some of them are Birla Institute – BITSAT, Karnataka Common Entrance Test (Karnataka CET), Kerala (KEAM), EAMCET, AICET, GCET, Punjab CET, W. Bengal JEE, Bihar CET, UP CEE , COMEDK.

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Anna University Part Time Engineering (BE, BTech) Admission 2008-09

Anna University Part Time (BE/BTech) Engineering Admission 2008-09

The following branches of study leading to the B.E / B.Tech. Degrees of Anna University Chennai are offered on part-time basis as an Evening Programme (Self-Supporting) in the University Departments of Anna University Chennai.
1. B.E. Civil Engineering
2. B.E. Mechanical Engineering *
3. B.E. Manufacturing Engineering
4. B.E. Industrial Engineering
5. B.E. Production Engineering +
6. B.E. Automobile Engineering +
7. B.E. Electrical and Electronics Engineering
8. B.E. Electronics and Communication Engineering *
9. B.E. Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering +
10. B.E. Computer Science & Engineering *
11. B.Tech. Information Technology *
12. B.Tech. Chemical Engineering
13. B.Tech. Textile Technology
14. B.Tech. Leather Technology
15. B.E. Printing Technology
* These programmes are offered at both MIT and Main Campus of the University
+ These programmes are offered only at the MIT Campus of the University
All other programmes are offered only at the Main Campus of the University.

Details: Anna University Part Time (BE/BTech) Engineering Admission 2008-09

Bharat Electronics Limited Probationary Engineers recruitment

Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) require 169 Probationary Engineers

Total – 169
Electronics – 100
Mechanical – 46
Computer Science – 23

Eligibility Requirement

  • GEN / OBC candidates with first class in B.E / B.Tech / B.Sc Engineering Graduate from AICTE approved Colleges / recognised Universities in Electronics / Electronics and Communication / Electronics & Telecommunication / Communication / Telecommunication / Mechanical / Computer Science / Computer Science and Engineering. Candidates with first class in AMIE / GIETE, in the above disciplines are also eligible to apply. SC/ST/PWD candidates with pass class in the above degree / disciplines are eligible to apply.
  • Candidates currently studying in the final semester / final year of BE / B.Tech / B.Sc Engineering are not eligible to apply. Candidates who have completed their Engineering Degree in 2008 and in previous years will only be eligible to apply..
  • Details BEL Probationary Engineers recruitment

Engineering – the most sought after career option in India

Engineering is the most preferred post school (after 10 plus 2) career option in India today. It is evident from the fact that, the engineering entrance examination coaching market in India amounts to a staggering sum of Rs 10,000 crore every year. An ASSOCHAM report estimates that this can fund 30 to 40 new IITs. There are basically four kinds of engineering institutions in India: private-unaided, private- aided by Govt, State Govt aided and the ones under Universities.

Why most opt for Engineering  –Wide range of career possibilities

It can range from Design to IT to Marine to Aviation to Space Technology to Instrumentation to anything else one can think of. >> Read Cmplete article >>  Career in Enginering