Engineering admission process simplified

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In India, and across the globe, engineering is considered as one of the highest-paid and most esteemed professions for youngsters. Even the parents expect their kids from the very childhood to pursue engineering if they are inclined toward the non-medical career options. Students get doubtful about which engineering field they are supposed to take up and also which engineering colleges are the best in the country.

It’s a well-known fact that IITs and NITs are the leading institutes for engineerings courses in India and every Indian student strives to take admission into them. But, the existing cut-throat competition makes it difficult for everyone to live this dream. Hence, they go for other great options like ABES in Ghaziabad, which is a renowned Engineerings admission process in the college of Uttar Pradesh.

Taking admissions – the procedure

Engineering admission is no cakewalk but it is not rocket science either. Tech, degree equivalent to the level of IITs.

IIT aspirants need to first qualify the JEE Main exam conducted by the National Testing Agency. Most important point to note is that many leading engineerings colleges of India like ABES Engineering College, also accept JEE scores for admission into its various B. Tech courses. The IIT JEE (Mains & Advanced) exam is the first step for getting admission into the best engineerings colleges of India. So, passing the JEE Advanced is the step that follows.

IIT engineering admission process

The next step in the process is the centralized engineering admission process organised by the JoSAA (Joint Seat Allocation Authority). Next up, they have to accept the admission offer by downloading a provisional admission letter from the official JoSAA website and pay the required fee for the same. After that, document verification is the concluding stage of your B. Tech admission process. Candidates have to now report to their respective reporting centres.

Other ways of applying for engineering courses

Another option that students prefer is to look for an engineering course in a deemed university. For this, you have to submit the application form through the official website of the particular university. State level centralised admission processes for engineering / B. Tech courses are also very popular.

Eligibility criteria for B. Tech.

Now, getting engineering admission without even appearing for an entrance test is also possible these days. You just have to submit an application form through the website of the college/university and deposit the application fee, and you are good to go. Today, opting for an engineering course or B.Tech. degree from a private college is also quite beneficial. Such privately owned institutions offer very advanced engineering courses.

Let’s look at the eligibility criteria for engineering / B. Tech. courses in India:

  • Pass class 12th exams in the science stream (PCM) Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics, with English and Computer Science or Ph.E.  as additional subjects
  • Score at least 50% or an equivalent CGPA in your 12th board examinations
  • Note 1: Students reserved under categories such as SC, ST, and OBC quota get a relaxation of up to 5% in the minimum qualifying percentage of marks
  • Note 2: In case you prefer Biomedical Engineering, you must have Biology as one of your subjects in class 12th

DO’s of the admission process

  • The students should fill out the application form thoroughly. The application form must highlight the engineering stream choices clearly
  • The students are always advised to pay the prescribed application fee online
  • Universities/colleges do not consider late applications so students should stay tuned to the B.Tech. 2021 admissions timeline so as to not miss filling application forms

So, start taking note of the main engineering admission exam dates and notifications released on the official websites. Moreover, keep this article handy to not miss out on anything while applying for it. And taking admissions into the college/university of your choice and a suitable branch/specialization. All the best!

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