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TABLE OF CONTENTS

S.NO.

TOPIC

PAGE

1

SECTION 1: WHY ENGINEERING!

8

1.1

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INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING

9

1.2

- WHICH SPECILISATION SHOULD YOU CHOOSE?

10

1.2.1

-- AERONAUTICAL / AEROSPACE / ASTRONAUTICAL ENGINEERING

10

1.2.2

-- AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING

10

1.2.3

-- AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING

11

1.2.4

-- BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING

12

1.2.5

-- BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

13

1.2.6

-- BIO-TECHNOLOGY ENGINEERING

13

1.2.7

-- COMPUTER ENGINEERING

14

1.2.8

-- CIVIL ENGINEERING

16

1.2.9

-- CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

16

1.2.10

-- CONTROL ENGINEERING

17

1.2.11

-- INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION ENGINEERING

17

1.2.12

-- INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

18

1.2.13

-- INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING

18

1.2.14

-- ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

19

1.2.15

-- ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

20

1.2.16

-- ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION/TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

20

1.2.17

-- ELECTRONICS & ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

21

1.2.18

-- ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

22

1.2.19

-- MARINE ENGINEERING

22

1.2.20

-- MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

24

1.2.21

-- MECHATRONICS ENGINEERING

25

1.2.22

-- MINING ENGINEERING

25

1.2.23

-- NANO-TECHNOLOGY

26

1.2.24

-- NUCLEAR ENGINEERING

26

1.2.25

-- OCEAN ENGINEERING

26

1.2.26

-- PETROLEOUM ENGINEERING

27

1.2.27

-- TEXTILE ENGINEERING

27

2 SECTION 2: ENGINEERING ENTRANCE EXAMS IN INDIA 29 2.1 - IIT-JEE – ADMISSION TEST

2

SECTION 2: ENGINEERING ENTRANCE EXAMS IN INDIA

29

2.1

- IIT-JEE ADMISSION TEST FOR IITS IN INDIA

30

2.2

- AIEEE ADMISSION TEST FOR NITS, IIITS & OTHER PRIVATE COLLEGES IN INDIA

36

2.3

- GGSIPU-CET ADMISISON TEST FOR IPU NEW-DELHI AFFILIATED COLLEGES

39

2.4

- EAMCET ADMISSION TEST FOR ANDHRA-PRADESH STATE COLLEGES

43

2.5

- MP-PET ADMISSION TEST FOR MADHYA-PRADESH STATE COLLEGES

45

2.6

- BITSAT ADMISSION TEST FOR BITS PILANI, GOA & HYDERABAD

48

2.7

- PTU-CET - ADMISSION TEST FOR PTU AFFILIATED COLLEGES

51

2.8

- UPSEE ADMISSION TEST FOR MMTU AND GBTU

55

2.9

- CEE-ASSAM ADMISSION TEST FOR ASSAM STATE COLLEGES

59

2.10

- ORISSA JEE ADMISSION TEST FOR ORISSA STATE COLLEGES

60

2.11

- WBJEE ADMISSION TEST FOR WEST-BENGAL STATE COLLEGES

62

2.12

- R-PET ADMISSION TEST FOR RAJASTHAN STATE COLLEGES

65

2.13

- JKCET ADMISSION TEST FOR J&K STATE COLLEGES

70

2.14

- MHT-CET ADMISSION TEST FOR MAHARASHTRA STATE COLLEGES

71

2.15

- COMED-K ADMISSION TEST FOR KARNATAKA STATE COLLEGES

72

3

SECTION 3 - ENGINEERING COLLEGES ALL INDIA RANKING

74

4

SECTION 4 - ENGINEERING COLLEGES IN INDIA

80

4.1

- INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, BOMBAY

81

4.2

- INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, KANPUR

85

4.3

- INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, KHARAGPUR

89

4.4

- INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, DELHI

93

4.5

- INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, MADRAS

97

4.6

- BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, PILANI

101

4.7

- INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, ROORKEE

105

4.8

- IT BHU, VARANASI

109

4.9

- INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, GUWAHATI

112

4.10

- COE, ANNA UNIVERSITY, CHENNAI

114

4.11

- INDIAN SCHOOL OF MINES, DHANBAD

117

4.12

- FOE, JADAVPUR UNIVERSITY, CALCUTTA

121

4.13

- BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, MESRA, RANCHI

124

4.14

- DELHI TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, DELHI

129

4.15 - NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, TRICHY 133 4.16 - NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, WARANGAL

4.15

- NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, TRICHY

133

4.16

- NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, WARANGAL

136

4.17

- PUNJAB ENGINEERING COLLEGE, CHANDIGARH

139

4.18

- NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, SURATHKAL

143

4.19

- VISHVESARAIYA NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (VNIT), NAGPUR

147

4.20

- MOTILAL NEHRU NATIONAL INSTT. OF TECHNOLOGY (MNNIT), ALLAHABAD

150

4.21

- THAPAR INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (TIET), PATIALA

153

4.22

- NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (NSIT), NEW DELHI

156

4.23

- MALAVIYA NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (MNIT), JAIPUR

159

4.24

- INTERNATIONAL INSTT. OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IIIT), HYDERABAD

164

4.25

- NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, ROURKELA

168

4.26

- INDIAN INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IIIT), ALLAHABAD

171

4.27

- NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, CALICUT

173

4.28

- SARDAR VALLABHAI NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (SVNIT), SURAT

176

4.29

- MAULANA AZAD NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (MANIT), BHOPAL

179

4.30

- INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, GANDHINAGAR

182

4.31

- NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, KURUKSHETRA

185

4.32

- NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHEDPUR

188

4.33

- INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, BHUBANESWAR

192

4.34

- INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, INDORE

195

4.35

- INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, MANDI

199

4.36

- INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, HYDERABAD

203

4.37

- INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, JODHPUR

207

4.38

- PSG COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY, COIMBATORE

211

4.39

- NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, DURGAPUR

214

4.40

- RV COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BANGALORE

217

4.41

- MANIPAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, MANIPAL

220

4.42

- INDIAN INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IIIT), GWALIOR

224

4.43

- VEERMATA JIJABAI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, MUMBAI

227

4.44

- COIMBATORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, COIMBATORE

230

4.45

- DA-IICT, GANDHINAGAR

232

4.46

- MAHARASHTRA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (MIT), PUNE

235

4.47 - VELLORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, VELLORE 238 4.48 - NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, JALANDHAR

4.47

- VELLORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, VELLORE

238

4.48

- NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, JALANDHAR

241

4.49

- NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, RAIPUR

244

4.50

- INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, PATNA

247

4.51

- SSN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, CHENNAI

251

4.52

- JNTU COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, HYDERABAD

253

4.53

- NIRMA UNIVERSITY, F.O.E., AHEMEDABAD

256

4.54

- THIAGARAJAR COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING (TCE), MADURAI

259

4.55

- SARDAR PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING (SPCE), MUMBAI

261

4.56

- NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, HAMIRPUR

263

4.57

- PES INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, BANGALORE

266

4.58

- SRM UNIVERSITY, CHENNAI

268

4.59

- INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, ROPAR

272

4.60

- AMRITA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCE, COIMBATORE

276

4.61

- NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, AGARTALA

278

4.62

- CHAITANYA BHARATHI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (CBIT), HYDERABAD

281

4.63

- NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, SILCHAR

284

4.64

- M S RAMAIAH INSTT. OF TECHNOLOGY, BANGALORE

288

4.65

- NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, ARUNACHAL PRADESH

291

4.66

- NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, SRINAGAR

294

4.67

- NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, PONDA, GOA

297

4.68

- NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, DELHI

300

4.69

- IIIT-D&M, JABALPUR

302

4.70

- IIIT-D&M, KANCHEEPURAM

305

4.71

- SRI JAYACHAMARAJENDRA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING (SJCE), MYSORE

308

4.72

- VASAVI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, HYDERABAD

311

4.73

- NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, UTTARAKHAND

313

4.74

- NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, NAGALAND

315

4.75

- NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, PONDICHERRY

316

5

LIFE AT AN ENGINEERING COLLEGE

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6

TESTIMONIALS

321

PREFACE

PREFACE “Engineering is a great profession. There is the satisfaction of watching a figment of the

“Engineering is a great profession. There is the satisfaction of watching a figment of the imagination emerge through the aid of science to a plan on paper. Then it moves to realization in stone or metal or energy. Then it brings homes to men or women. Then it elevates the standard of living and adds to the comforts of life. This is the engineer’s high privilege”

- Herbert Hoover, 31st President of USA and a mining engineer by profession

The craze for engineering in India is unmatched. Every year India produces close to one million engineers, and this number is rising by 15% year on year! This maddening rush for the engineering course brings upon a lot of doubts, queries, misinformation, touts and a lot more during the all- important STEP ONE towards a great engineering career - THE ADMISSIONS.

The problems faced by engineering aspirants -

Problem 1: I want to get into engineering but I don’t know what it is about, what are the streams that are available, I am completely clueless about my life as of now and was pushed into this by my parents & peers!

Problem 2: 150 engineering entrance tests every year! So which are the major ones, which should i skip? I am all confused.

Problem 3: Where are the credible engineering college rankings!!???

Problem 4: I have prepared hard for the entrance tests but am now clueless on what college to choose, i.e., top branch in lower ranked college or mediocre branch in a top ranked college.

Problem 5: There is so much information floating around on infinite sources, i am confused, who to trust and who not to!

ONE SOLUTION B.E./B.TECH. ADMISSIONS - THE COMPLETE DIGEST (2012 EDITION)

Solution 1: Get to know Engineering before you enter into it! We have discussed 28 engineering streams in great detail so that you can make an informed decision about your career rather than repenting later on!

Solution 2: Life's just got easier. We have shortlisted 15 entrance exams that you should definitely give this year. Learn about their eligibility criteria’s, syllabus, paper pattern and most importantly COUNSELING PROCEDURE.

Solution 3: Rankings of TOP 75 Engineering Colleges in India. Colleges are ranked according to

Solution 3: Rankings of TOP 75 Engineering Colleges in India. Colleges are ranked according to 4 primary parameters: selection procedure, academic excellence, infrastructure & placements.

Solution 4: TOP 75 Engineering colleges discussed at length. Get to know the cut offs, streams, placements, campus facilities etc. at each college and make a well judged decision about the next 4 (in some cases 5!) years of your life.

Solution 5: THIS BOOK IS A ONE STOP REFERENCE FOR ALL DOUBTS RELATED TO 2012 ADMISSIONS, prepared by experts for future "FaaDoO Engineers"!

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SECTION 1: WHY ENGINEERING! INSIDE 1 INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING - 2 WHICH SPECILISATION SHOULD YOU

SECTION 1: WHY ENGINEERING!

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1 INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING

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2 WHICH SPECILISATION SHOULD YOU CHOOSE?

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1.1 INTRODUCTION

1.1 INTRODUCTION Do you like solving technical problems? Are you good at science and math? You

Do you like solving technical problems? Are you good at science and math? You might consider becoming an engineer. Engineers are problem solvers who use their expertise in science and math to do their job.

The word engineer is derived from the Latin word “ingeniar” or “ingenium” which literally means to devise in the sense of construct or craftsmanship. Engineering is a branch of science and technology that deals with the designing of technology and feasibility of applications to the human kind in the easiest possible way. Engineering is an art and science to create wonders. Engineering is one of the oldest and preferred streams in our education system. This has been a favored career option among students after 10+2. Engineering offers students an opportunity to work in technical, scientific and mathematical areas in order to meet the growing demands of human needs in various fields as:

Aeronautical / Aerospace / Astronautical Engineering

Agricultural Engineering

Automobile Engineering

Biochemical Engineering

Biomedical Engineering

Bio-Technology Engineering

Computer Engineering

Civil Engineering

Chemical Engineering

Control Engineering

Industrial Production Engineering

Information Technology

Instrumentation Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Electronic Engineering

Electronics & Communication/Telecommunication Engineering

Electronics & Electrical Engineering

Environmental Engineering

Marine Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Mechatonics Engineering

Mining Engineering

Nano-Technology

Nuclear Engineering

Ocean Engineering

Petroleoum Engineering

Textile Engineering

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1.2 SPECIALIZATION FIELDS & SCOPE WHICH BRANCH SHOULD I CHOOSE?

FIELDS & SCOPE – WHICH BRANCH SHOULD I CHOOSE? 1. A ERONAUTICAL / A EROSPACE E

1. AERONAUTICAL / AEROSPACE ENGINEERING

Aerospace engineering is the primary branch of engineering concerned with the design, construction, and science of aircraft and spacecraft. It is divided into two major and overlapping branches: aeronautical engineering and astronautical engineering. The former deals with craft that stay within Earth's atmosphere, and the latter with craft that operates outside it.

and the latter with craft that operates outside it. Aerospace Engineering deals with the design, construction,

Aerospace Engineering deals with the design, construction, and study of the science behind the forces and physical properties of aircraft, rockets, flying craft, and spacecraft. The field also covers their aerodynamic characteristics and behaviors, airfoil, control surfaces, lift, drag, and other properties. Aerospace engineering is not to be confused with the various other fields of engineering that go into designing elements of these complex craft. For example, the design of aircraft avionics, while certainly part of the system as a whole, would rather be considered electrical engineering, or perhaps computer engineering. Or an aircraft's landing gear system may be considered primarily the field of mechanical engineering. There is typically a combination of many disciplines that make up aerospace engineering.

While aeronautical engineering was the original term, the broader "aerospace" has superseded it in usage, as flight technology advanced to include craft operating in outer space. Aerospace engineering, particularly the astronautics branch, is referred to colloquially as "rocket science".

2. AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING

Agricultural engineering is the engineering discipline that applies engineering science and technology to agricultural production and processing. Agricultural Engineers apply engineering principles to all activities related to agriculture and horticulture. This basically implies looking after the mechanization of agricultural activities for the smooth functioning and efficient increase in food productivity.

functioning and efficient increase in food productivity. Agricultural engineers also specialize in other aspects like

Agricultural engineers also specialize in other aspects like power system and machinery design; structures and environmental science; and food and bioprocess engineering. They discover the ways to conserve soil and water and to improve the processing of agricultural

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products. Improvement in agricultural farm machinery, farm structures, rural electrification, bio-gas, new technologies in

products. Improvement in agricultural farm machinery, farm structures, rural electrification, bio-gas, new technologies in the design and manufacture of agricultural products and also conservation of soil and water are some of the jobs handled by an agricultural engineer.

Career as an Agricultural Engineer: The career is interesting, challenging as well as rewarding. Agricultural graduates have many options in their hand. Apart from joining manufacturing industries they can also choose for water resource management, forestry, mining and rehabilitation, food processing, peri-urban and rural development, machine development and many more. Agricultural engineers can also work in manufacturers of agricultural equipment, Fertilizer and irrigation companies, Farming companies, as commissioned officers in the defense services, Research organizations and laboratories, as technical experts on engineering projects in banks and financial corporations, Industry service organizations such as the sugar industry and in different NGO etc.

Jobs in mechanized farms, for rural electrification, and in agro-industrial corporations are also increasing. Agricultural engineers also work as assistant engineers, designers, management trainees, and technical officers in banks. Besides teaching and technical journalism, large numbers of these engineers are absorbed in Central and state governments departments of agriculture.

3. AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING

departments of agriculture. 3. A UTOMOBILE E NGINEERING soon. Automobile engineering is one of the most

soon.

Automobile engineering is one of the most challenging careers these days. Due to demand and passion on vehicles, automobile engineers have a lot of opportunities in India as well abroad. It is the study of engineering that deals with designing the vehicle, Manufacturing new products/ new vehicle, Repairing, servicing vehicles. Automobile engineer should be innovative and dedicated to their work. Engineering has many sub section like systems and

It involves studying motor systems, design, technology and many more. Automobile engineer can be a product design engineer, development engineer and manufacturing engineer. Manufacturing engineer designs the layout keeping in mind the safety products where as a product designer will design and test the systems of automobiles. Development engineers handle the delivery of the vehicles and also the customer satisfaction.

The future engineers of the automobile can specialize in areas such as aerodynamics, fuels, chassis, electronics, emissions, ergonomics, manufacture, materials, creation of a fast prototype, security or management etc.

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4. B IO - CHEMICAL E NGINEERING Bio-chemical engineering is a branch of integrated knowledge

4. BIO-CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

Bio-chemical engineering is a branch of integrated knowledge of governing biological properties and principles and of chemical engineering methodology and strategy. It deals with the transformation of raw materials into the bio-products on which the modern society depends. A bio-chemical engineer is definitely not a person that thinks within the box, rather they are constantly looking to improve and redefine various aspects of the living world.

to improve and redefine various aspects of the living world. A bio-chemical engineer may work on

A bio-chemical engineer may work on developing fermentation processes, animal cell culture, the production and preservation of foodstuffs, improving the efficiency of a particular drug or pharmaceutical process, or even helping find a cure for a disease like making ‘magic bullets’ that locate and kill cancerous tumours, natural fuels, get involved in sewage treatment, and developing and producing pharmaceuticals to reduce heart disease.

Career as a Bio-Chemical Engineer:

Innovator- synthesizing the new products

Create brilliance in the existing technology and processes

Support and enable improvements in existing processes in homologous fields like bioinformatics, pharmacogenomics and drug discovery

Typical work activities include:

Applying biological and biochemical principles to the mass production of new products;

Developing processes from pilot to plant to full-scale production so that the product can be manufactured in bulk, safely, economically and profitably

Designing, installing or constructing, and commissioning new production units, monitoring development and troubleshooting existing processes

Working with chemists and biologists to devise new products and processes

Monitoring production, quality control and checking the safety of existing products

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5. B IOMEDICAL E NGINEERING Biomedical engineering is the study of principles and applicants of

5. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

5. B IOMEDICAL E NGINEERING Biomedical engineering is the study of principles and applicants of engineering

Biomedical engineering is the study of principles and applicants of engineering in the medical field. It is the combination of both medical and engineering to improve life quality. It plays an important role in therapy, rehabilitation and recovery. It is the combination of genetic engineering and mechanical-engineering, it helps in providing software which helps the technical systems to solve clinical issues.

The students who are interested in bio medical engineering should have an interest in medical science, engineering and application of new technology to medicine. They provide devices which are useful in clinical requires and they can also have bright openings in management in hospitals and health care organizations.

6. BIO-TECHNOLOGY ENGINEERING

care organizations. 6. B IO -T ECHNOLOGY E NGINEERING Biotechnology is a field of applied biology

Biotechnology is a field of applied biology that involves the use of living organisms and bioprocesses in engineering, technology, medicine and other fields requiring bio-products. Biotechnology also utilizes these products for manufacturing purpose. The concept encompasses a wide range (and history) of procedures for modifying living organisms according to human purposes that goes back to domestication of animals, cultivation of plants and "improvements" through breeding programs, employ artificial selection and hybridization. By comparison to biotechnology, bioengineering is generally thought of as a related field with its emphasis more on higher system approaches (not necessarily altering or using biological materials directly) for interfacing with and utilizing living things.

Career as Biotech Engineer: Biotechnology reveals that Indian Knowledge Process Outsourcing (KPO) will grow leaps. The growth of services sector will be over 8% and its contribution to India’s GDP will be over 51%. According to Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), “India in the new knowledge economy” and the areas with significant potential include pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, legal support, intellectual property research design.

A biotechnologist may find jobs in the following fields:

Drug and pharmaceutical research

Public funded laboratories

Chemicals

Environment control

Waste management

Energy

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Food processing & Bio-processing industries

 Food processing & Bio-processing industries The government institutes and organisations, such as Department of

The government institutes and organisations, such as Department of Biotechnology (DBT), several Agriculture, dairy and horticulture institutes offer employment to Biotechnology professionals. In private sector, there are tremendous job openings for biotechnologists that have their own R&D units.

6. COMPUTER SCIENCE ENGINEERING

own R&D units. 6. C OMPUTER S CIENCE E NGINEERING In today’s world of rapid technological

In today’s world of rapid technological development one cannot deny the importance of Computers and also the concerned engineering discipline. Automation is the current trend in every field of work and this is the very fundamental question underlying computer science—“What can be efficiently automated?” Be it the commerce sector, the field of medicine, defense, communications, and aviation etc, the basic skeleton for carrying out any kind of work is provided by the computers and the softwares that run on them.

Computer science (CS) spans the range from theory through programming to cutting-edge development of computing solutions. It offers a foundation that permits graduates to adapt to new technologies and new ideas.This field of engineering not only focuses on how computer systems themselves work, but also how they integrate into the larger picture.

Functional Areas of a Computer Science Engineer: Here is a broad overview of different areas of computer science:

Software Systems

Hardware Systems

Scientific Computing

Type of work involved: The work done by computer engineers consists of the preparation of a hardware platform and software to run on it that would meet the needs of the users of the system. Creation of any application involves the following:

analysing user requirements

researching, designing and writing new software programs

testing new programs and fault finding

evaluating the software and systems that make computers and hardware work

developing existing programs by analysing and identifying areas for modification

integrating existing software products and getting incompatible platforms to work together

investigating new technologies

creating technical specifications and test plans

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 working with computer coding languages  writing operational documentation with technical authors 

working with computer coding languages

writing operational documentation with technical authors

maintaining systems by monitoring and correcting software defects

working closely with other staff, such as project managers, graphic artists, designers, developers, systems analysts, and sales and marketing professionals

consulting clients/colleagues concerning the maintenance and performance of software systems and asking questions to obtain information, clarify details and implement information

continually updating technical knowledge and skills by attending in-house and/or external courses, reading manuals and accessing new applications

Major Core Companies: Microsoft, Google, IBM, Oracle, Infosys, Wipro, NetApp, and various other organizations like DEShaw, GoldmanSachs etc that hire for their IT sectors.

Myth Busters:

a) Do I need to know a lot of programming languages to join CSE?

No. There are students who have never undertaken any course on programming when they join college and still perform well in this field. But you should be prepared to work hard and learn these languages as the need arises once you are here. One important pre requisite is that you must have a keen interest in writing programs and a problem solving aptitude

b) Do I need to be good at maths for this branch?

Again a NO. Mathematics is included in the first year (which is common for all) and in the second year of your bachelor degree in computer engineering but the kind of maths that you study for JEE has very little coherence with the kind you have to study in college.

The life of a computer engineer is very easy and they are the ones who get higher salaries as compared to other streams.

Believe in the above statement only at your own risk. It is a fact that software jobs are the most lucrative jobs because of the kind of packages offered but it comes with a price. Programmers really have to work hard in writing and debugging codes. Though it may not exert one physically but it does involve a lot of mental effort and patience.

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8. C IVIL E NGINEERING An engineer managing civil works are known to be civil

8. CIVIL ENGINEERING

An engineer managing civil works are known to be civil engineers. They plan, design, sketch out and construct building, roads, canals, sewage systems and much more. Civil engineering needs high knowledge and analytical skills. There works begins with the planning and great approval from government, and then estimate the cost and start the construction.

and then estimate the cost and start the construction. Civil engineers coordinate with other engineers. They

Civil engineers coordinate with other engineers. They perform team work and mostly work for the government projects. With the experience they may also directly go with specialization in the construction related projects like water resources, transportation and Infrastructure. Civil engineers can start their career as a supervisor and higher up till managerial position in a particular special field. They are the hot cakes for every construction business.

Type of work involved: From Civil engineering’s perspective, any major construction work involves mainly four stages:

Surveying

Designing

Construction

Maintenance, Repair and Demolition

Myths Busters: People are generally confused about the role of a civil engineer. They usually misunderstand them for architects. An architect designs an over view whereas a civil engineer figure out how to make the given structure stable. A problem that students face is that some closed minded people think it is related to mason work which is quite low standard and thus misguide the students, where as it is obviously far from the truth.

Also, if someone tells you that civil engineering is losing its glamour then just tell him that people may live without computers and electricity but not without a roof over their head. Civil engineering is the basic need for the progress of any civilization. Also Civil Engineering is not only restricted to Engineering but also gives a feel of management approach as a person has to supervise the whole construction.

9. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

Chemical engineering is nothing but engineers dealing with chemistry applying in designing, constructing and operating the machines. Chemical engineers apply chemical technology in pharmaceutical industries, petroleum technology, refining industries and so on. Chemical engineers also involve in designing, production, operating the machinery in the industries. They play a major role in every industry. They are coordinated with other engineers to implement the plan.

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They are also responsible for the quality control of the product, to remove chemicals in

They are also responsible for the quality control of the product, to remove chemicals in the waste materials and extract the by products for recycling them, to use biotechnology techniques and other nano technology in bio products. Also, chemical engineers are required for every industry, as the industries are growing in India these Engineers have got many options to choose from.

10. CONTROL ENGINEERING

Control engineering or control systems engineering is the engineering discipline that applies control theory to design systems with desired behaviors. The practice uses sensors to measure the output performance of the device being controlled (often a vehicle) and those measurements can be used to give feedback to the input actuators that can make corrections toward desired performance.

When a device is designed to perform without the need of human inputs for correction it is called automatic control (such as cruise control for regulating a car's speed). Multi-disciplinary in nature, control systems engineering activities focus on implementation of control systems mainly derived by mathematical modeling of systems of a diverse range.

11. INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION & ENGINEERING

range. 11. I NDUSTRIAL P RODUCTION & E NGINEERING Industrial / production Engineering is the field

Industrial / production Engineering is the field of engineering which concerns on planning, designing the operation system of the organization. Industrial and productive engineers work on installing the capability of men and materials in an effective setup for increasing the production of goods, improvement in the quality and quantity in the product.

They aim on the customer satisfaction and measure the efforts of the industries. IP Engineers respond for the growth of industrial management, planning, controlling and designing the systems of all activities of the organization.

Career Prospects: Industrial and production engineers find ample job opportunities in manufacturing companies. They can also be absorbed in several other organizations including banks, hospitals, finance, agriculture, public utilities, wholesale and retail trade, transportation, construction and government.

Industrial Engineers can also work as plant engineers, manufacturing engineers, quality engineers, process engineers and industrial managers in different industries, management and service sector in the middle management cadre. Most of the opportunities are in the private sector.

12. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Information technology (IT) is the study, design, development, implementation, support or management of computer-based

Information technology (IT) is the study, design, development, implementation, support or management of computer-based information systems, particularly software applications and computer hardware. In short, IT deals with the use of electronic computers and computer software to convert, store, protect, process, transmit and retrieve information.

Difference between Computer Science Engineering & Information Technology

At the most basic level, Computer Science is a "Hard" Science, well grounded in what is now known in the field of Mathematics as Information Theory. Computer Science (as a field) is concerned with developing new ideas around the use and design of computing systems, and with the mathematical concepts of computation and information.

Information Technology, on the other hand, is a practical Engineering discipline, concerned with implementing solutions to practical problems using current-day technology.

13. INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING

Instrumentation Engineering is the engineering discipline, which will be examined as a separate branch or can be used with electronic engineering. The study focuses mainly on the development, configuration and automated systems. Instrumentation Engineers usually work in industries with automated processes, such as chemical or manufacturing plants with the aim of improving system performance, reliability, and stability.

of improving system performance, reliability, and stability. They are responsible for the planning, construction and

They are responsible for the planning, construction and maintenance of equipment and all measuring systems. Instrumentation Engineers also need to decide on the type of tools for better quality and efficiency of the final product. Therefore, they are used as major items in industrial production.

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14. E LECTRICAL E NGINEERING Electrical engineering is a field of engineering that generally deals

14. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

14. E LECTRICAL E NGINEERING Electrical engineering is a field of engineering that generally deals with

Electrical engineering is a field of engineering that generally deals with the study and application of electricity, electronics and electromagnetism. So, it’s a discipline that employs the largest number of engineers, covers everything related to electrical devices, systems, and the use of electricity. It covers a range of subtopics including power, electronics, control systems, signal processing and telecommunications. Contemporary electrical engineering is a broad discipline that encompasses a wide range of activities. A common theme is the use of electricity and electromagnetism for the generation, transmission, processing, storage, conversion, and control of information and energy.

Electrical engineers work on power plants, computers, and other electrical devices. Electrical engineers are designing the dashboard computers that will monitor engine functions on automobiles of the future. In every bit of our modern life electrical engineers contributes with their innovation and vision.

Career as Electrical Engineer: New materials, devices, circuits, systems, and networks are needed to build the advanced communications and information-handling systems of the future. Previous innovations in electrical engineering have had a dramatic impact on the way in which we work and live:

the transistor, integrated circuits, computers, radio and television, satellite transmission systems, lasers, fiber optic transmission systems, and medical electronics. Their efforts toward what is rapidly becoming an all-purpose technical degree prepare them for careers in telecommunication, medicine, sales, and business management and in nearly every field of engineering.

Myth Busters:

a) Electrical Engineers are placed mainly in field work (tiring and disinteresting). Electrical engineering

offers a variety of options to choose from. The adventurous souls can have on field experiences in the

power or steel sector while for the fickle hearted, R&D work, designing and planning options are available.

b) Electronics is a better stream than Electrical. No stream is good/bad or better/worse. An engineering

discipline exists beacause the society needs it. Electrical engineerinfg is in fact the mother of modern streams such as electronics enginnering, computer engineering etc.

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15. E LECTRONICS E NGINEERING Electronics engineering is an engineering discipline where non-linear and active

15. ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

Electronics engineering is an engineering discipline where non-linear and active electrical components such as electron tubes, and semiconductor devices, especially transistors, diodes and integrated, are utilized to design electronic circuits, devices and systems, typically also including passive electrical components and based on printed circuit boards. The term denotes a broad engineering field that covers important subfields such as analog electronics, digital electronics, consumer electronics, embedded systems and power electronics.

electronics, embedded systems and power electronics. Electronics engineering deals with implementation of

Electronics engineering deals with implementation of applications, principles and algorithms developed within many related fields, for example radio engineering, telecommunications, control systems, signal processing, systems engineering, computer engineering, instrumentation engineering, electric power control, robotics, and many others.

Functions of an Electronics Engineer:

Develop real-time computer systems, including embedded computer systems and their software

Build and test prototypes of new equipment including integrated circuit components

Predict telecommunication systems performance

Optimize the performance of telecommunications systems

Provide technical support to customer service staff and telecommunications technicians

Supervise special research projects on next generation telecommunication systems

Design the telecommunications equipment including modems, switches, routers and radio links

Career as an Electronics Engineer: Electronics Engineering can work with manufacturers of radio, television, audio/visual, broadcasting and receiving equipment, hardware and associated software including computer systems, interfaces, security devices, data concentration, data transmission, signaling, satellite and radio communications and telephone equipment. They can also work in service organizations that provide broadcasting, consulting, data communications, entertainment, custom manufacturing, research and development, and system support.

16. ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION/TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

Electronics & Com Engineering is of the largest and fastest growing industries. It covers a wide range of applications we use daily and which make our life easier and enjoyable such as Television, Radio, Computers, and Telecommunications etc. Telecommunication electronics comprises of audio video

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system, microwave system, satellite system, mobile radio system, radar system, fibre optics system, computer networking

system, microwave system, satellite system, mobile radio system, radar system, fibre optics system, computer networking and digital and multimedia telecommunication systems. Electronics communication engineering involves work with microprocessors, fibre optics and in telecommunications, television, radio etc. The uses are endless.

Electronics and communication engineering course give enormous job opportunities in electronics and software companies. All electronic devices need software interface to run and come with one other or other device controlling programs architected and developed by electronics and communication engineering. It also gives great opportunities for research and development, as everyday consumer need new devices to support them in daily life.

Career as an EC Engineer: With the continuing convergence of media, the future career prospects of students of Electronics and Communication Engineering are tremendous. Graduates will find opportunity of employment in the realms of telecommunication across the value chain from the manufacture of hardware for mobile telephony, to micro satellites, satellites, fibre optics for digital communication and media.

There are further career options in R & D with manufacturer of such equipment and dedicated research companies and Government organizations. They can work in Telecom, hardware and Networking, applications of all kinds, embedded system allied areas such as VLSI Design and fabrication and Mobile computing and software development etc. with some added specialization.

17. ELECTRONICS & ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) deals with the engineering problems, opportunities and needs of electrical, electronics, computer, telecommunication systems and related industries. This branch provides students with a wide range of fundamental knowledge in core disciplines such as communications, control systems, signal processing, radio frequency design, micro-processors, micro- electronics, power generation and electrical machines. The discipline focuses on design and manufacture of electrical, electronic devised, computers and their component parts, as well as on the integration of components into complex systems.

What does an EE engineer do?

EE Engineers focuses on the analysis, design, development and manufacture of electrical equipments , electronic devices, Mechatronics technologies, automation and control systems

Electrical Engineers deal with power generation and transmission systems

EE engineers, design circuits for electrically operated vehicles, computers, digital devices, electronic memory storage devices, industrial robots and CNC machines

EE Engineers setup & operate the telecommunication, wireless and internet networks

Career as an EE Engineer: Electrical & Electronics engineers can work in wide range of fields such as power generation, electronics, computers & control systems, telecommunication and Bio-Medical. EEE Engineers can find opportunities in any of the following categories:

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 Electrical Engineer in power generation and distribution in power plants & electrical sub stations

Electrical Engineer in power generation and distribution in power plants & electrical sub stations

Design, installation and maintenance Engineer for telecommunications networks & wireless transmission systems

Industrial automation, robotics and process control engineer in a manufacturing industry

Network Engineer / System Engineer, who maintains the computer hardware & networks in IT industry

Software Engineer in an IT industry

Design & Manufacturing Engineer for consumer appliance manufacturers, industrial equipment manufacturers, telecommunication ,computer industries and Biomedical instruments

18. ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

and Biomedical instruments 18. E NVIRONMENTAL E NGINEERING Environmental engineering is the branch of engineering which

Environmental engineering is the branch of engineering which applies knowledge of science and principles of engineering to modify changes in environment like in air, water, resources and so on. Environmental engineers conduct research on environmental impact like construction projects, analyzing and quality control. They conduct and study on the effect of environmental changes in human life like acid rain, ozone depletion and so on.

They work for environmental protection; this can be in various sources like protecting the wild life, waste water management, public health, toxic material control and so on. This is the best career option for the own who is dedicated to protect our natural resource.

19. MARINE ENGINEERING

Marine engineering is a different and distinct branch of engineering. Though it comes under the gamut of engineering, like architecture, it is a separate field. It is considered to be a lucrative and glamorous career option with good placement records because shipping is an employment intensive industry and most of those who complete this course get placed by the time they graduate.

Marine engineers are like the engines of the ships. They are entrusted with the responsibility of supervision and maintenance of boilers, engines and other machineries of a ship in addition to developing and designing new technology related to ships. Apart from this, they are also entrusted with the task of ensuring safety standards while the ship is on sail. In a nutshell, the marine engineer is the technical functional head of the ship.

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Skills/Traits needed : To be able to work in this field one must be willing

Skills/Traits needed: To be able to work in this field one must be willing to work in a team. Multi tasking and problem solving skills are also required. A marine engineer has to travel for long periods on a ship and therefore, is away from his family for considerable times. Besides, he has to interact with people of different nationalities. All this demands a personality that is gregarious and likes mixing with people.

personality that is gregarious and likes mixing with people. Moolah Factor: Marine engineering offers good money.

Moolah Factor: Marine engineering offers good money. At the start of your career you can expect to earn Rs. 35,000-40,000 as trainee engineer which can go up to Rs. 6 lakh or above per month when you reach the position of chief engineer.

Future prospects: As mentioned above, shipping industry has jobs in plenty because it is a field that is growing every day. As a marine engineer you can work on the public and private shipping companies. You may also take up a shore job in a marine institute as a teacher or work in shipping offices as a marine superintendent.

Eligibility: In order to become a marine engineer you must complete the four-year degree in marine engineering. The eligibility requirements for the course are listed as below:

1. Males must be below the age of 25 years and for females the age bar is 27 years. You should be unmarried.

2. You must have studied Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in class 12th and secured at least 60%. Besides, you must have 50% marks in English either in class 10th or 12th. 3. You must be also physically and mentally fit according to the standards set by DG Shipping, Directorate General of Shipping (DGS).

Courses/Institutes: There are many marine engineering colleges in India which conduct marine engineering courses. The Indian Maritime University (IMU), a central university, is the principal governing authority that caters to the educational requirements of the maritime industry. It offers degree, post graduate degree and research programmes in all disciplines of maritime sector. Here is a list of the government institutions affiliated to it.

National Maritime Academy, Chennai

T S Chanakya, Mumbai

Lal Bahadur Shastri College of Advanced Maritime Studies & Research, Mumbai

Marine Engineering Research Institute, Mumbai

Marine Engineering Research Institute, Kolkata

Indian Institute of Port Management, Kolkata

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 National Ship Design & Research Centre, Visakhapatnam  IMU Cochin Campus Besides these, there

National Ship Design & Research Centre, Visakhapatnam

IMU Cochin Campus

Besides these, there are many other private institutes and colleges that conduct courses in marine engineering.

20. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

courses in marine engineering. 20. M ECHANICAL E NGINEERING Mechanical engineering is a discipline of engineering

Mechanical engineering is a discipline of engineering that applies the principles of physics and materials science for analysis, design, manufacturing, and maintenance of mechanical systems. It is the branch of engineering that involves the production and usage of heat and mechanical power for the design, production, and operation of machines and tools. It is one of the oldest and broadest engineering disciplines.

Mechanical engineers are concerned with the design, operation and maintenance of machines, their components, machine tools, manufacturing systems and process. Perhaps the broadest of all engineering disciplines, mechanical engineering is generally combined into three broad areas energy, structures and motion in mechanical systems, and manufacturing. Mechanical engineers work for a wide array of manufacturing and design firms. Almost every large technical or manufacturing company has need for mechanical engineers. Manufacture's utilities and consulting firms large and small hire mechanical engineers. Mechanical engineers are expected to lead the resolution taking place in manufacturing processes, in which defects are eliminated and greater efficiencies achieved.

Career as a Mechanical Engineer: Some of the businesses that hire mechanical engineers include:

hotels, banks, hospitals, construction firms, consulting firms, electronics manufacturers, textile industries, the aerospace industry, the auto industry, the petroleum industry, and the industrial machinery industry. This list could go on much longer. There are dozens and dozens of jobs within the mechanical engineering field in the private sector.

There are also many jobs in government that can be secured. A few of these jobs are Army Corps of Engineers, Department of Energy, Federal Aviation Administration, and Nuclear Regulatory Commission. All of these are very important jobs working for very well-known government agencies.

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thinking. It’s about applications, not cramming, the fine details as well as the broad concepts,

thinking. It’s about applications, not cramming, the fine details as well as the broad concepts, the beauty of the minute as well as the infinite. In mechanical, students are expected to construct an argument, to generate a solution rather than follow one given to them or simply rehearse a formula. In the working world, people will look to them and expect them to say something intelligent about a problem they’ve never seen before. In technical colleges, students are given the analytical tools and problem-solving skills they’ll need.

21. MECHATRONICS ENGINEERING

Mechatronics is the synergistic combination of mechanical engineering ("mecha" for mechanisms, i.e., machines that 'move'), electronic engineering ("tronics" for electronics), and software engineering. The purpose of this interdisciplinary engineering field is the study of automata from an engineering perspective and serves the purposes of controlling advanced hybrid systems.

22. MINING ENGINEERING

Mining Engineering is a field that involves many of the other engineering disciplines as applied to extracting and processing minerals from a naturally occurring environment. The need for mineral extraction and production is an essential activity of any technically proficient society. As minerals are produced from within a naturally occurring environment, disturbance of the environment as a result of mineral production is understood. Modern mining engineers must therefore be concerned not only with the production and processing of mineral commodities, but also with the mitigation of damage or changes to an environment as a result of that production and processing.

environment as a result of that production and processing. Career as a Mining Engineer: Mining Engineers

Career as a Mining Engineer: Mining Engineers are responsible for locating natural reserves of minerals, petroleum and other useful natural substances, and then to lay out plans, devices shafts, inclines or quarries for the safe extraction of these resources, whether they be coal, petroleum, metallic or non-metallic minerals, from under the earth. The safety measures needed to be taken have to be carefully chalked out, keeping in mind the workers health, welfare and safety.

Major Core Companies: Most jobs for mining engineers are with the government and public sector organizations such as the Indian Bureau of Mines, Geological Survey of India, and mining companies such as CIL (Coal India Ltd.), IPCL, HCL, Neyvelli Lignite Corporation, etc.

Mining engineers can also find work with some private sector mining companies, or in teaching and research.

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23. N ANO -T ECHNOLOGY E NGINEERING Nanotechnology engineering is a multi-disciplinary engineering field, which

23. NANO-TECHNOLOGY ENGINEERING

Nanotechnology engineering is a multi-disciplinary engineering field, which draws from and benefits areas such as materials science and engineering, chemistry, physics, biology, and medicine.

Generally, nanotechnology deals with developing materials, devices, or other structures possessing at least one dimension sized from 1 to 100 nanometres. Quantum mechanical effects are important at this quantum-realm scale. Nanotechnology is considered a key technology for the future.

There are many colleges and universities that offer nanotechnology degrees, but several programs only include a minor in nanotechnology. Since nanotechnology is based on physics and engineering, therefore, these two subjects will always be at the heart of nanotechnology education.

24. NUCLEAR ENGINEERING

Nuclear engineering is the practical application of the atomic nucleus gleaned from principles of nuclear physics and the interaction and maintenance of nuclear fission systems and components, specifically, nuclear reactors, nuclear power plants and/or nuclear weapons. The field can also include the study of nuclear fusion, medical applications of radiation, nuclear safety, heat transport, nuclear fuels technology, nuclear proliferation, and the effect of radioactive waste or radioactivity in the environment.

25. OCEAN ENGINEERING

Ocean engineering is the branch of engineering concerned with the design, analysis and operation planning of systems that operate in an oceanic environment. Examples of systems range from oil platforms to submarines, from breakwaters to sailboats. Common to all are the conditions of the ocean including waves, seawater, and hydrostatic pressure.

26. PETROLEOM ENGINEERING

and hydrostatic pressure. 26. P ETROLEOM E NGINEERING Petroleum engineering is an engineering discipline concerned

Petroleum engineering is an engineering discipline concerned with the activities related to the production of hydrocarbons, which can be either crude oil or natural gas. The petroleum engineer evaluates potential oil and gas reservoirs, overseas drilling activities, selects and implements recovery schemes, and designs surface collection and treatment facilities. The petroleum engineer increasingly uses advanced computers in this

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work, not only in analysis of exploration data and simulation of reservoir behavior, but also

work, not only in analysis of exploration data and simulation of reservoir behavior, but also in automation of oil field production and drilling operations. Petroleum companies own many of the world’s supercomputers.

Petroleum engineering focuses on estimation of the recoverable volume of this resource using a detailed understanding of the physical behavior of oil, water and gas within porous rock at very high pressure.

Career as Petroleum Engineer: Petroleum engineers have a future full of growth, challenges and opportunities. From the old, small petrol pumps to the service stations with state-of-the-art technology, dealing in Petrol, Diesel, Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), and Liquefied Petroleum Gas(LPG) for Automobiles, and other domestic industrial applications, the industry is primed for unprecedented opportunities. Moreover, LPG and CNG are the promising energy fuels for the future and are finding their utility in an increasing number of fuel-based applications. In a nutshell, the entire Oil & Gas sector is poised for promising growth with an entirely unique approach.

27. TEXTILE ENGINEERING

Textile manufacturing is a major industry. It is based in the conversion of three types of fibre into yarn, then fabric, then textiles. Textile engineering deals with the application of scientific and engineering principles to the design and control of all aspects of fiber, textile, and apparel processes, products, and machinery. These include natural and man-made materials, interaction of materials with machines, safety and health, energy conservation, and waste and pollution control.

energy conservation, and waste and pollution control. Textile engineering, also known as textile technology, is

Textile engineering, also known as textile technology, is the study of various principles form engineering and scientific methodologies. These principles are then implemented for the processing and production of all kinds of textile fabric and yarns from textile fibers. The disciple involves extensive study of chemical and physical principles, which is then utilized for the detailed study and analysis of the behavior of polymers involved in the formation of textile fiber.

Career as a Textile Engineer: They are employed in departments of textile plants and companies varying from small to big scale, i.e. production, planning, quality control, sales/marketing or in agencies of domestic or foreign companies for textile products and textile machinery, concentrated in different regions of the country.

In India, there are two major textile sectors- handloom sector (the unorganized one) and the mechanized sector (organized sector). These both have full growth potential. There are thousands of textiles mills all over the country.

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Graduates with textile chemistry find careers in dyeing and finishing, technical services, research and development,

Graduates with textile chemistry find careers in dyeing and finishing, technical services, research and development, quality control, product development, polymer science and environmental control. Most graduates of textile management program initially enter management trainee programs which can ultimately lead to plant or corporate management. Other career options include technical sales, industrial engineering, product development, marketing, customer relations, human resources, and cost & inventory control.

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SECTION 2: ENGINEERING ENTRANCE EXAMS IN INDIA INSIDE: 1 IIT-JEE – ADMISSION TEST FOR IITS

SECTION 2: ENGINEERING ENTRANCE EXAMS IN INDIA

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1 IIT-JEE ADMISSION TEST FOR IITS IN INDIA

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10 ORISSA JEE ADMISSION TEST FOR ORISSA STATE COLLEGES

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11 WBJEE ADMISSION TEST FOR WEST-BENGAL STATE COLLEGES

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2.1 IIT JEE

2.1 IIT – JEE The Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Examination (popularly known as IIT-JEE

The Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Examination (popularly known as IIT-JEE or just JEE) is an annual college entrance examination in India. It is used as sole admission criterion by the sixteen Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) as well as other institutes. The examination is organized each year by one of the various IITs, using a round robin rotation pattern. It has a very low admission rate (about 1 in 50 in 2011).

MONTH OF NOTIFICATION

September/October

DATE OF EXAMINATION

April 8, 2012

RESULTS OF IIT-JEE 2012

The answer paper of IIT-JEE 2012 is a machine-gradable Optical Response Sheet (ORS). These sheets are graded and scrutinized with extreme care after the examination. Candidates will get to know their All India Ranks (AIR) / Category ranks through IIT-JEE 2012 websites / SMS / IVRS on or after May 18, 2012. Candidates can view the answer keys of IIT-JEE 2012 on JEE websites from May 7, 2012.

Only those candidates who attempted both Paper 1 and Paper 2 will be considered for the ranking. Marks in Physics in IIT-JEE 2012 will be equal to marks in Physics section of Paper 1 plus marks in Physics section of Paper 2. Similar procedure will be followed for Chemistry and Mathematics. The sum of the marks obtained in the individual subjects in IIT-JEE 2012 will be the aggregate marks for the candidate.

PROCEDURE FOR ALL INDIA RANKING AND TIE-BREAK: RANK LISTS

Rank lists, as given below, will be prepared based on the aggregate marks obtained in IIT-JEE 2012.

(a) A common rank list made up of candidates who score at least 10% in each subject and 35% in

aggregate will be prepared.

(b) Separate rank lists will be prepared corresponding to OBC (NCL), SC and ST categories.

Candidates of OBC (NCL) category must score at least 9% in each subject and 31.5% in aggregate in order to be in the OBC rank list.

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Candidates of SC and ST categories must score at least 5% in each subject and 17.5% in aggregate in order to be in their respective rank lists.

in aggregate in order to be in their respective rank lists. P HYSICALLY C HALLANGED C

PHYSICALLY CHALLANGED CANDIDATES RANK LISTS

a. A common rank list will be prepared for PH candidates. To be in the PH rank list, candidates must score at least 5% in each subject and 17.5% in aggregate.

b. Separate PH rank lists will be prepared corresponding to the OBC (NCL), SC and ST categories. To be in

these rank lists, candidates must score at least 5% in each subject and 17.5% in aggregate.

PREPARATORY COURSE RANK LISTS

Separate rank lists will be prepared for preparatory course if the number of SC/ST/PD candidates in the respective rank lists is less than 1.4 times the number of seats available in the respective categories. To be in these rank lists, candidate must score at least 2.5% in each subject and 8.75% in aggregate.

For the purpose of ranking, a candidate shall be considered in all the appropriate categories. There will be no separate waiting list of candidates.

TIE-BREAK - The tie-break criterion, in the various rank lists, adopted for awarding ranks to the candidates who have scored the same aggregate marks is as follows:

Subject-wise average marks will be calculated for each rank list. Among the candidates having the same aggregate marks, a candidate will be ranked higher, if he/she has scored higher marks in the subject with the lowest average marks calculated as above. If there is a tie after this procedure, then the marks obtained by the tied candidates in the subject with the second-lowest average marks will be considered, and the above procedure will be repeated. Candidates tied even after this procedure will be given the same rank.

INSTITUTES ADMITTING THROUGH JEE

A total of seventeen colleges use JEE as sole criterion for admission to their undergraduate programs, namely the sixteen Indian Institutes of Technology, (including Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University) and the Indian School of Mines.

In addition, the Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research, Indian Maritime University and Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology also admit students via the JEE (Extended Merit List), and the Indian Institute of Science uses JEE scores as one of the possible admission criteria.

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Candidates who qualify in the examination can apply for admission to the BArch (Bachelor of

Candidates who qualify in the examination can apply for admission to the BArch (Bachelor of Architecture), BDes. (Bachelor of Design), B.Tech (Bachelor of Technology), Dual Degree (Integrated Bachelor of Technology and Master of Technology), Integrated MSc (Master of Sciences) and Integrated MSc.(Tech) (Master of Sciences and Technology) courses in the various institutes.

According to the new IIT-JEE rules 2012, the board has set up a new rule that a boy candidate has to pay Rs. 1,800 as an entrance fee, while there is no fee needed for girl candidates.

MINIMUM PERCENTAGE OF MARKS IN QUALIFYING EXAM

Candidates belonging to GE and OBC categories must secure at least 60% marks in aggregate in QE. SC, ST and PD candidates must secure at least 55% marks in aggregate in QE.

The percentage of marks awarded by the Board will be treated as final. If the Board does not award the percentage of marks, it will be calculated based on the marks obtained in all subjects listed in the mark sheet. If any Board awards only letter grades without providing an equivalent percentage of marks on the grade sheet, the candidate should obtain a certificate from the Board specifying the equivalent marks, and submit it at the time of Counseling / admission. In case such a certificate is not provided the decision taken by the Joint Implementation Committee (JIC) of IIT-JEE 2012 will be final.

NUMBER OF JEE ATTEMPTS

A candidate can attempt JEE maximum two times in CONSECUTIVE years irrespective of whether or not he/she passed QE.

LIST OF INSTITUTES THAT ACCEPT JEE SCORE

 IIT Kharagpur  IIT Bombay  IIT Madras  IIT Kanpur  IIT Delhi
 IIT Kharagpur
 IIT Bombay
 IIT Madras
 IIT Kanpur
 IIT Delhi
 IIT Guwahati
 IIT Roorkee
 IIT Ropar
 IIT Bhubaneswar
 IIT Hyderabad
 IIT Gandhinagar
 IIT Patna
 IIT Rajasthan
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 IIT Mandi  IIT Indore  IIT (BHU) Varanasi  ISM Dhanbad R ESERVATION

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IIT Indore

IIT (BHU) Varanasi

ISM Dhanbad

RESERVATION OF SEATS

As per Government of India rules candidates belonging to certain categories are admitted to seats reserved for them based on relaxed criteria. Benefit of reservation shall be given only to those classes/castes/tribes which are in the respective central list published by the Government of India. For the SC and ST Categories‚ 15% and 7.5% seats‚ respectively‚ are reserved in every programme in all IITs‚ IT-BHU Varanasi and ISM Dhanbad. Candidates belonging to these categories are declared qualified on the basis of a relaxed criterion.

Candidates belonging to SC/ST categories will be required to produce the original caste/ tribe certificate issued by a competent authority in the prescribed format during admission. Certificates in any other format will not be accepted. Attested copies of these certificates must be received by respective zonal IITs on or before June 01‚ 2012‚ failing which they will NOT be considered for admission to the respective reserved seats. Seats remaining vacant in these categories shall not be filled by candidates belonging to any other category.

For the purpose of reservation of seats in IIT-JEE 2012‚ a candidate will be considered as OBC only if he/she belongs to the non-creamy layer of this category. Those belonging to the creamy layer of OBC are NOT entitled for reservation.

For candidates belonging to OBC (non-creamy layer)‚ 27% of the seats are reserved in all IITs‚ IT-BHU Varanasi and ISM Dhanbad.

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A DMISSION P ROCEDURE Register online on the JEE Counseling Online Appear for JEE &

ADMISSION PROCEDURE

Register online on the JEE Counseling Online Appear for JEE & wait for results &
Register online on the
JEE Counseling Online
Appear for JEE & wait
for results & ranking
Portal (JCOP) & obtain
your user-id and
password
A non-refundable
Counseling fee of Rs.
1000/- need to be paid
by all candidates after
registration
Login on JCOP portal &
enter the college &
branch choices in the
order of preference
Course Allotment & Payment of Registration FEE*
Course Allotment &
Payment of Registration
FEE*

*Course Allotment Details: There will be two rounds of course allotment.The candidates need to login to the JCOP to find the course allotted. The candidates who have been allotted a course will have to pay a nonrefundable Registration Fee of Rs. 40, 000/-. This amount will be adjusted towards the fee to be paid at the time of admission. Candidates who have not paid the Registration fee within the stipulated period will not be considered for the second allotment and shall also lose the seat allotted in the first allotment.

For candidates who pay the registration fee within the stipulated time, the course allotted in the first round is provisional. However, the candidate is ensured that in the second round of course allotment he/she shall be allotted a course that is equal or higher in preference than the one allotted in the first round, as per the choice-list filled by the candidate. Thus, by paying the registration fees the candidate accepts admission to any of the courses that are equal or higher in preference than the one allotted in

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the first round as per his/her choice-list. After the second allotment, all candidates must report to the institute to which they have been allotted seat on the date of registration, failing which the offer of admission will stand cancelled.

IIT-JEE FREE PREPARATION & RESOURCES LINKS

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2.2 AIEEE

2.2 AIEEE The All India Engineering Entrance Examination ( AIEEE ), is an examination organized by

The All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE), is an examination organized by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in India. Introduced in the year 2002, this national level competitive test is for admission to various under-graduate engineering and architecture courses in institutes accepting the AIEEE score, including 5 Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIITs) and 30 National Institutes of Technology (NITs). The examination is generally held on the last Sunday of April and results are announced in the last week of May or the first week of June. Candidates are ranked on an all-India basis and state basis. Thus, they have an All India Rank (AIR) and a State Rank (SR).

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR AIEEE 2012

The minimum academic qualification for appearing in AIEEE 2011 is that the candidate must have passed in final examination of 10+2 (Class XII) or its equivalent referred to as the qualifying examination with 50% marks for general category candidates and 40% marks for SC/ST/OBC/PH category candidates. Those appearing in 10+2 (Class XII) final or equivalent examination may also appear in AIEEE 2011 provisionally.

Subject combinations required in the qualifying examination for admission to B.E./B.Tech. and B. Arch./B. Planning Courses shall be as under:

Course

Compulsory Subjects

Optional Subjects

B.E/B.TECH

Physics & Mathematics

Chemistry, Bio-technology, Computer Science, Biology

B.ARCH/B. PLANNING

Mathematics with 50% marks in aggregate at 10 + 2 level

IMPORTANT DATES

Month of Notification: November/ December

Date of Examination: 29.04.2012

Date of Examination (On-line): 07-05-2012 to 26-05-2012

Declaration of Results: On or before 15.06.2012

Dispatch of Score Cards: 21.06.2012 to 05.07.2012

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L IST OF A FFILIATED C OLLEGES  All NIT’ s, all IIIT’ s and

LIST OF AFFILIATED COLLEGES

All NIT’s, all IIIT’s and most of the private engineering colleges across the country accept AIEEE score

ADMISSION PROCEDURE

The entire process consists of four stages:

Appear for Examination and wait for the results and ranking

Online registration: In this process, all candidates eligible for central counseling should register themselves for online counseling in the CCB

Online choice filling and locking of choices: After registration, candidates will be able to exercise their branch/institute choices on CCB website using Internet from places convenient to them

Online Seat Allotment and personally reporting to a Reporting Center: Candidates will be offered seats based on their choices in the order of merit (AIEEE All India Rank) over multiple rounds of allotment

Candidates who are allotted a seat (i.e. offered admission) will report to any one of the ‘Reporting Centers' during the time frames specified. You have to then get the documents verified and pay the initial fees. Then you can accept the seat on offer or exercise upgrade Options, if required. You will also be issued a provisional admission letter

Getting Admitted to Allotted Institute: Candidates are required to be physically present at the Institute where the candidate is getting admitted (herein after called 'Allotted Institute') after verification of all original documents as per the procedure of the admitting institute

THE DETAILED FLOW OF ADMISSIONS THROUGH AIEEE IS GIVEN ON THE NEXT PAGE.

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counseling on the
CCB website
Online Seat
Allotment and
personally reporting
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Getting admitted to Allotted Institute
Getting admitted to
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2.3 GGSIPU CET

2.3 GGSIPU CET Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) is established by the Government of National

Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) is established by the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi under the University Act 1998. GGSIPU (IP University) (IPU) imparts education in wide array of disciplines & admission into various degree programs whether undergraduate or post graduate level is taken via Common Entrance Test (CET). The IP University was awarded ISO certificate 9001:2000 certification by standardization testing, quality certification directorate, department of Information Technology, Ministry of Communication and Information, Government of India.

The IP University is accredited by NAAC and given Agrade. Admission into the GGSIPU University is done on the basis of the merit obtained by the candidate in the Common Entrance Test (CET). GGSIPU University is affiliated and is in teaching with a aim to facilitate and promote studies in research and extension work in higher education in various disciplines like- engineering, medical, architecture, management, pharmacy, physiotherapy, nursing etc.

IMPORTANT DATES

Month of Notification: Jan/Feb

Date of Examination: 2nd June 2012

LIST OF AFFILIATED INSTITUTES

Government institutes

Ambedkar Institute of Tech. Patparganj Shakarpur Delhi-92

National Power Training Institute Badarpur,New Delhi

 

Privately Managed Institutes

Amity School of Engineering & Technology 580, Delhi Palam Vihar Road, Bijwasan

Bharati Vidyapeeth's College of Engineering A-4 Paschim Vihar, New Delhi-63

Guru Premsukh Memorial College of Engineering 245, Budhpur Village, G.T. Karnal Road

Guru Tegh Bahadur Institute of Tech. G-8 Area, Rajouri Garden, Delhi-64

HMR Institute of Technology and Management Hameed Pur, Delhi-36

Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Tech. Maharaja Agrasen Chowk, Sector-22, Rohini, Delhi-85

Maharaja Surajmal Institute of Technology C4, Janak Puri, New Delhi-58

Northern India Engineering College FC-26, Shastri Park, New Delhi-53

Sushant School of Art and Architecture Sector -55, Distt. Gurgaon-122003 Haryana

TVB School of Habitat Studies Sector-D, Pocket-2, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi-70

Vastu Kalal Academy Secular House, 9/1, Institutional Area, Opp. JNU East Gate, Aruna Asaf Ali Marg

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GGSIPU CET 2012 R ESERVATION C RITERIA : The Reservation Policy for the University Schools,

GGSIPU CET 2012 RESERVATION CRITERIA:

The Reservation Policy for the University Schools, IGIT, Government Institutes and Self Financing Colleges / Institutions affiliated with this University, other than minority institution, for the academic session 2011 2012 was as under:

For University Schools, IGIT and Government Institutions

For Institutions located Outside Delhi in NCR

Self-Financed Institutes / Colleges in NCT of Delhi

(

i ) 85% of the Sanctioned Intake

 

shall be allocated for Delhi Region wherein reservation of seats was as under:

Admission will be made on all India Basis and reservation of seats was as under:

SC -15% ST -7.5% Def - 5% PH -3%

85% of the total sanctioned intake, except the management seats allocated for Delhi students wherein reservation of seats was as under :

SC -17%

SC - 15% ST - 7.5% Def - 5% OBC - 21% PH - 3%

ST-1%

Def - 5% PH - 3%

(

ii )15% of the Sanctioned Intake

15% of the total sanctioned intake, except the management seats allocated for the Outside Delhi Students wherein reservation of seats was as under :

shall be allocated for Outside Delhi Regions wherein reservation of seats will be as under :

 

SC - 15% ST - 7.5% Def - 5% PH - 3%

SC - 15% ST - 7.5% Def - 5% PH - 3%

GGSIPU ADMISSION PROCEDURE

Appear for the Examination and wait for the results and ranking

Firstly, the candidates will be called in order of merit / rank and shall have to produce the required documents for verification. Depending upon the merit, the GGSIPU seats will be offered to the candidates as per availability of GGSIPU CET seat at that point of time. Each candidate will have to choose a seat out of those available when his / her turn comes.

GGSIPU Admission Officer will give a duly signed Admission Slip after the deposition of the complete fee (as required for the program at the time of Counseling) by the candidate. No candidate should leave the venue of Counseling without receiving the GGSIPU Admission Slip. The candidate must check details printed / written in the admission slip.

A candidate, who fails to appear in person on the notified venue, date and time for GGSIPU CET Counseling, shall forfeit his / her claim for the seat which could be offered to him / her, had he / she

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been present on his / her turn. However, if the candidate reports late or reports on subsequent days during the process of GGSIPU CET Engineering Counseling, he / she may be considered for allotment of a seat available at that point of time.

A candidate who is allotted a seat will be required to pay complete fee immediately on the spot at the time of GGSIPU CET Engineering Counseling / admission. If a candidate fails to pay the fee, as mentioned above immediately after the seat is offered to him / her, the offer will be withdrawn on the spot and the seat will be allotted to the next candidate in the merit list. Part payment or payment through cash / cheque will not be accepted under any circumstances.

The students admitted in first Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University Engineering Counseling would not be allowed to change the program / institute during the subsequent days of first GGSIPU Engineering CET Counseling. However, they may change the program / institute during second GGSIPU Counseling within the ambit of the programs / institutes included in the specific CET Code after depositing an additional sum of 5,000/- in the form of a fresh Demand Draft in favour of “Registrar, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University” payable at Delhi however, this will be subject to availability of vacant seats. No change shall, however, be permitted for a program for which a separate Entrance Test, has been conducted by the GGSIPU University.

The candidates are also advised, in their own interest to check the details of fee paid, their name, rank, program, institute of admission, etc. on Admission Slip issued to him / her by the Admission Officer before leaving the Counseling hall. Any discrepancy in name, choice of allotment of seat etc. should be brought to the notice of Admission Officer. No representation regarding wrong allotment of seat will be entertained if the candidate leaves the venue without raising any discrepancy.

Provisionally admitted candidates are further advised to carefully check suffix (Ρ) to their enrolment number printed in the Admission Slip.

Admissions will be made strictly on merit basis (Rank wise) and Counseling / admissions will stop when all the seats get filled up. Notice regarding closure of Counseling will be displayed on University’s Website. Parents / candidates are advised to check University’s Website before coming for Counseling.

University will not be responsible for any inconvenience caused to parents / candidates due to closure of the Counseling prior to dates notified in the Counseling Schedule.

The conversion of seats reserved for SC, ST, DEF, PH, Minority, etc. to General Category shall be done only after the 2nd Counseling of GGSIPU CET Engineering for that particular category is completed. No such conversion will be allowed during the 1st Counseling. However, while converting the seats during 2nd Counseling, any unfilled seat ( s ) reserved for ST Category will be offered to SC Category and vice versa and only after completing this exercise, the conversion of the reserved category seats to general category shall be effected.

De-reservation of unfilled Outside Delhi Quota Seats to Delhi Quota and Vice versa : Seats reserved for Outside Delhi Category will be converted to Delhi Category and Vice versa during the Open House GGSIPU CET Counseling ( which will only be held if seats are vacant after 2nd round of GGSIPU Counseling has been completed in the respective region ). It is clarified that no such conversion will be allowed during 1st Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University Engineering Counseling 2012.

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Appear for the exam and wait for the result Appear for the counseling at the
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Seat allotment &
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favour of the college
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Appear at the college on the required date
Appear at the college
on the required date

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2.4 EAMCET

2.4 EAMCET Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test is conducted by JNT University, Hyderabad on

Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test is conducted by JNT University, Hyderabad on behalf of APSCHE. This examination is the pre-requisite for admission into various professional courses offered in Government/Private Colleges in the state of Andhra Pradesh.

IMPORTANT DATES

Start of Downloading of Hall Tickets from the website www.apeamcet.org - 26-04-2012

Date of Examination - 12-05-2012

LIST OF AFFILIATED COLLEGES

Most of the pvt. & govt. Engineering Colleges in Andhra Pradesh (other than NITs, IITs & IIITs)

ADMISSION PROCEDURE

Appear for Examination and wait for the results and ranking

EAMCET Counseling Stage 1: Registration for verification of candidate’s certificates.

EAMCET Counseling Stage 2 - Exercising Options: This process includes the selection of courses and colleges and arranging them in the order of preference. You have to get and keep with you the list of colleges and courses with their corresponding codes and manual and specimen option forms.

EAMCET Counseling Stage 3 - Seat allotment: Merit and Category will be given preference in the seat allotment on the specified date. Once the seats are allotted, it will be displayed in the internet for the students to download. You cannot ask for a change since it is a final allotment.

EAMCET Counseling Stage 4 - Fee payment: Help line centers and the websites will provide you the challans. Any branch Andhra Bank or Indian Bank will accept the fee remittance with the allotment order that is downloaded. Minority/PH/BC/ST/SC candidates whose parental income falls below one lakh rupees per annum are relieved from tuition fee and special fee.

EAMCET Counseling Stage 5 - College Reporting: You should report to the specified college in the allotment within the given date along with the downloaded allotment order fee which in case on failure, will cost you the loss of claiming the allotment.

Appear for the exam and wait for Exercising Options the result Registration for verification of
Appear for the exam and wait for Exercising Options the result Registration for verification of
Appear for the
exam and wait for
Exercising Options
the result
Registration for
verification of
candidate’s
certificates
Seat allotment
Fee payment
College Reporting

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2.5 MP PET

2.5 MP – PET Madhya Pradesh Pre-Engineering Test (MP-PET) is for admission to Bachelor in Engineering

Madhya Pradesh Pre-Engineering Test (MP-PET) is for admission to Bachelor in Engineering (B.E.) course in several technical institutes in Madhya Pradesh. Every year many students across Madhya Pradesh appear for Madhya Pradesh PET to get admission in the best engineering institutes in the state .Madhya Pradesh Pre Engineering Test (MP-PET 2012) is conducted by Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board.

About 159 institutes in Madhya Pradesh accept Madhya Pradesh PET score card for admission in Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) courses. 90% seats in the Government/ Aided colleges are reserved for Madhya Pradesh candidates, 5% for Outside MP candidates and 5% for NRIs. In Private institutes 75% of seats are reserved for MP candidates, 20% seats for outside MP candidates and 5% seats for NRI candidates.

MP-PET 2012 ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

Students should pass in 10+2 scheme of MP Board of Secondary Education or equivalent with Physics, Chemistry, Maths and English securing 55% marks in aggregate.

Compartmental candidates are not considered.

Candidates who have appeared in the final year exam are also eligible.

Age of Candidates must be not more than 21 years on October 1 of the year of admission.

IMPORTANT DATES

Date of Online Submission: 1st week of March, 2012

Last date of Online Submission: 1st week of April, 2012

Exam Date: 2nd week of May 2012

Expected Date of Result: 1st week of June 2012

LIST OF AFFILIATED COLLEGES

Almost all pvt. & govt. Engineering Colleges in Madhya Pradesh (other than NITs, IITs & IIITs)

ADMISSION PROCESS

Appear for Examination and wait for the results and ranking

Online Registration: Students have to register online, either at www.dtempCounseling.org or www.mponline.gov.in. Registration charges are Rs 480/- (inclusive of portal charges Rs 30/-) Following documents are required for Counseling Registration:

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a) MPEPT Roll No, Birth Date, Email Id, Mobile No. b) Qualifying Exams (+2): Roll

a) MPEPT Roll No, Birth Date, Email Id, Mobile No.

b) Qualifying Exams (+2): Roll No, Passing Year, Passing Mark, Name of Board

c) Any other information as mentioned

Document Verification: (Important: Not required for general category candidates who have appeared in MPEPT) Reserved category candidates after their online registration, need to get their original documents verified from nearest help centers (authorized by Counseling Department)

Online Choice Filling and Part Payment of Tution Fee: Candidates fill their choices of Engineering College Seats in order of their preferences. They can adjust their preferences till the last date before doing the payment. On payment, their order of choice will be locked. Part Payment Details: Unreserved/ OBC category: Rs 5100/- (includes portal fee of Rs 100) SC/ST: Rs 1100/- (includes portal fee of Rs 100)

Online Seat Allotment: Seats will be allotted to candidate according to his preference order and his merit ranking. Candidate will print the allotment letter mentioning college and branch allotted. Candidate will have to report at the allotted institute before the deadline mentioned. He will get admission slip signed by the authorized officer at the institute, a copy of which will also have to be signed by him and deposited at the institute. If the candidate fails to report before the deadline and do the needful, the allotment will stand cancelled and cheque of amount (less Rs 1000/-) deposited by him will be sent to his address.

Upgradation: If the candidate is not satisfied with the allotment, he needs to select the upgrade option online, before the deadline. If upgraded, candidate needs to report with the allotment letter at the new institute.

Admission: Candidate need to visit the institute with the balance fee and following documents:

Allotment letter printed from the website Marksheet of qualifying examination (+2) MP Domicile Certificate (if applicable) Authorised officer at the institute will attest the original documents, return the original document and give signed admission slip to the candidate. Counseling Schedule will be published in different newspapers.

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Appear for
Examination and
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Online Registration
and ranking
Online choice Filling
Documents
Verification
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Online seat
Upgradation (if any)
allotment
Final Admission
Final Admission

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2.6 BITSAT

2.6 BITSAT BITSAT is a computer based entrance test for admission to BE courses in Birla

BITSAT is a computer based entrance test for admission to BE courses in Birla Institute of Technology campuses in Pilani, Hyderabad and Goa. BITS institutues are considered to be among the most prestigious institutes in India for engineering education. Last time over 1.5 lakhs candidates appeared for BITSAT for about 2000 seats therefore it’s a highly competitive entrance exam.

PAPER PATTERN

BITSAT has 150 objective questions to be attempted in 3 hours on a computer. The questions are from:

Mathematics - 45 questions

Physics - 40 questions

Chemistry - 40 questions

English and Logical Reasoning - 25 questions

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

The candidate should have passed the 12th class examination of 10+2 system from a recognized central or state board or its equivalent with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Further, the candidate should have obtained a minimum of 75% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects in 12th class examination, at least 60% marks in each of Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics subjects and adequate proficiency in English.

However, admissions will be made only on his/her merit position based on the score obtained in BITSAT 2012. Only students who are appearing for 12th class examination in 2012 or who have passed the 12th class examination in 2011 are eligible to appear for BITSAT 2012.

DIRECT ADMISSION TO BOARD TOPPERS

Students who obtain first rank in any central or state level board exam in India held in the year 2012 will be given direct admission to the programme of their choice, irrespective of their BITSAT 2012 score subject to fulfilling the eligibility criteria mentioned above.

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I MPORTANT D ATES  Month of Notification: Nov. / Dec  Deadline to apply

IMPORTANT DATES

Month of Notification: Nov. / Dec

Deadline to apply for BITSAT-2012: 15th February 2012

Test center allotment and announcement to candidates: 25th February 2012

Candidates to reserve Test dates: 29th Feb. 20th March 2012

Candidates to download the Hall tickets with instructions: 14th April 30th April 2012

BITSAT 2012 Online tests: 10th May 9th June 2012

Candidates to apply for admission with 12th marks and Preferences to Degree programmes:

19th May 30th June 2012

Admit List and Wait List announcement: 1st July 2012

BITSAT SCORE REPORT:

At the completion of the test, the computer will announce the result to the candidate in terms of number of total correct answers and wrong answers, with the score. The candidate can also check and print his score report at the BITS website after all the tests are completed. No student will be allowed to repeat the test in the same year.

MERIT LIST FOR ADMISSION:

As explained earlier, a candidate who has appeared in BITSAT-2012 will be eligible for admission only if he/she gets the required minimum marks in the Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects of 12 th examination as per the eligibility criteria described already. All candidates who have appeared in BITSAT- 2012 and are interested in admission will be required to submit Admission application with 12 th marks and preferences to different degree programmes offered, on or before 30 th June 2012, the details of this will be available in the BITS website by 19 th May 2012.

The merit position of such eligible candidates (i.e., those who have appeared in BITSAT-2012 and who have submitted the application for admission in the prescribed form with 12 th marks, preferences and the required fees) will be prepared on the basis of their scores in BITSAT-2012. The cases of bracketing, if any, will be dealt with as described below.

When the score of two candidates are the same, first their scores obtained in Mathematics in BITSAT will be considered for separating them, If the tie still exists, then their scores in Physics in BITSAT will be considered for separating them. Further tie is eliminated using their scores in Chemistry. Finally, their PCM total marks in 12 th examination will be considered for their separation.

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A DMISSION P ROCESS Appear for the Online Exam Wait for the Merit List Fill

ADMISSION PROCESS

Appear for the Online Exam Wait for the Merit List Fill in the Campus Preferences
Appear for the
Online Exam
Wait for the Merit
List
Fill in the Campus
Preferences
Pay Fee in Advance
to be eligibile for
next iteration of
Counseling
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Counseling
Take Admission

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2.7 PTU-CET

2.7 PTU-CET Punjab Combined Entrance Test ( Punjab CET ) is conducted by the Punjab Technical

Punjab Combined Entrance Test (Punjab CET) is conducted by the Punjab Technical University for admission to first year Engineering and Architecture courses in the colleges affiliated to Punjab Technical University, Ludhiana, Jalandhar, Punjab Agricultural University, Amritsar and Punjab University, Guru Nanak Dev University, Patiala.

Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar is working in the direction to revamp the existing online and regular programs scenario by incorporating the high-tech tools and latest IT techniques. The university is also giving healthy contribution in the R&D sector of industries via its various programs that comes under Confederation of Indian Industry (CII).

Punjab technical university (PTU), Jalandhar affiliates 122 Engineering, Management and Pharmacy Colleges in Punjab technical university. PTU is active since 1997 and have been providing strong base for future technology professionals, engineers, architects and IT experts thereby contributing to the advancement of technological infrastructure of India . It is established under the act of state legislature to promote the technical, management and professional education at the degree level and above. The PTU University has intake of 12700 per year.

IMPORTANT DATES FOR PTU CET 2012

Sale of PTU CET 2012 application form & brochure: 1st week of April, 2012

Last date for submission of PTU CET 2012 application form: 3rd week of April, 2012

Date of PTU CET 2012 entrance exam: 1st week of May, 2012

Announcement of PTU CET 2012 exam result: Last week of May, 2012