Some of the Best Engineering Colleges In India for Tech Geeks

Are you in final years of your school education and interested in engineering? Have chosen to appear for the JEE Main exam but don’t have any idea about the good engineering colleges in India? Want to know more about it?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you’ve come to the right place as today we have compiled a list of the best engineering colleges in India. So lets get to it.

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The colleges have been ranked based on their rating which comprises of various factors like academics, teacher to student ratio, campus area and many others.

  1. Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur

IIT Kharagpur is one of the oldest and the best engineering colleges in India. It is located in the state of West Bengal and takes admissions based on the rank students get in the JEE Advanced exam like all other IITs.

  1. Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi

IIT Delhi is another premier engineering insitiute in India and although these ranks keep fluctuating, IIT Delhi is always in the top 3 engineering colleges in India.

  1. Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai

IIT Chennai needs no introduction being one of the oldest engineering colleges in India. Located in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, the college also has a beautiful campus along with an excellent academic record.

  1. Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur

Located in the ancient city of Kanpur, IIT Kanpur is a top class engineering institute that could not have been left out of this list.

  1. Indian Institute of Technology, Roorke

IIT Roorkee is without doubt one of the best engineering college in India and also one of the oldest. Established in 1847, IIT Roorke is now almost 170 years old and before it became an IIT is was also believed to have the toughest entrance exam to get through.

For all the aspiring engineers out there, the process to get through these colleges is quite simple. You have to first appear in the JEE Mains exam and clear the cut-off to be able to appear in the JEE Advanced exam. The rank that you then get in the Advanced exam will determine you admission into one of these or the many other IITs. However, most engineering colleges enroll students base on their rank in the JEE Mains except the IITs and a few other colleges.

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