Engineering is among the most sought-after courses among science stream students after their class 12th. To get into any of the top engineering institutes in India, students need to prepare effectively for the different competitive exams like JEE Mains, JEE Advanced, BITSAT, etc.
Students who aspire to become engineers are required to study properly and focus on the important topics like potential and kinetic energy, Organic Chemistry, Probability, Thermodynamics, etc. These topics are extremely crucial for all the competitive exams.
In India, IITs and NITs are considered to be among the best colleges for engineering. Apart from them, there are numerous private institutes in India which are equally good and have excellent career opportunities.
Here, a list of top non-government engineering institutes is given that have consistently been ranked among the top colleges by different sources including NIRF.
|Sl. No.||Name of the Institute||Established in||Location|
|1||Birla Institute of Technology & Science||1964||Pilani, Rajasthan|
|2||Vellore Institute of Technology||1984||Vellore, Chennai|
|3||Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology||1956||Patiala, Punjab|
|4||Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra||1955||Ranchi, Jharkhand|
|5||Amity University||1995||Noida, Uttar Pradesh|
|6||Sri Sivasubramaniya Nadar College of Engineering||1996||Chennai, Tamil Nadu|
|7||PSG College of Technology||1951||Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu|
|8||Sathyabama Institute of Science and Technology||1987||Chennai, Tamil Nadu|
|9||Thiagarajar College of Engineering||1957||Madurai, Tamil Nadu|
|10||Manipal Institute of Technology||1957||Manipal, Karnataka|
Note: This list does not represent the actual rankings of the institutes.
Most of these institutes conduct their own exams and also consider JEE Mains score for admissions. The syllabus for most of the engineering entrance exams are common and includes questions from the topics like inelastic and elastic collision, mechanics, wave theory, calculus, probability, organic and inorganic chemistry, vectors, etc.
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