Top Engineering Colleges – India
10. Netaji Subhash Institute Of Technology, Delhi
In 1983, an autonomous institution of the Government of India, the Netaji Subhash Institute Of Technology, Delhi was founded. This Institute was ranked as the India’s No. 10 top engineering colleges. This college scores 26.1 out of 40 on the placement.
The Institute offers Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Doctorate programs.
9. National Institute Of Technology, Karnataka
The India’s No. 9 top engineering colleges of 2010 is the National Institute Of Technology, Karnataka. The institute was established in 1960. The college scores 5.0 out of 10 on the placement category.
The Institute offers Undergraduate and Postgraduate programs.
8. IIT Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi
The India’s No. 8 top engineering colleges of 2010 is the Indian Institute of Technology Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi. The institute was established in 1919. The college scores 10.9 on a scale of 20 on the placement category.
The Institute offers four year instructional programmes and five year programmes.
7. IIT Guwahati
The Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati was India’s No. 10 top engineering colleges of 2011. It is a public institution and was established in 1994 by the Government of India. The institution scores 24.3 out of 40 on the placement-wise category.
The Institute offers departments such as BTech, BDes, MDes, MTech, M.A, MSc and Ph.D.
6. Birla Institute Of Technology And Science, Pilani
The India’s No. 6 top engineering colleges of 2011 is the Birla Institute Of Technology And Science, Pilani. The institute was established in 1964. The college scores 25 out of 40 on the placement category.
The Institute offers four-year integrated first-degree programs in engineering, technology and pharmacy, a Master of Arts program and Master of Science programs in science and technology.
5. IIT Hyderabad
In 1998, an autonomous private Institute, the International Institute Of Information Technology, Hyderabad was established. It is the one of the best Computer Science institutes of the country and was ranked as the India’s No. 5 top engineering colleges of 2010. The IIT Hyderabad scores 29.7 out of 40 on the placement category.
4. IIT Kharagpur
On the list of India’s top engineering colleges, the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur is the No.4. In 1951, the IIT Kharagpur was established by the Government of India and it is a public engineering institution. This college scores 30.2 out of 40 on the placement.
The IIT Kharagpur has 19 departments, 8 multi-disciplinary centres/schools, and 13 schools of excellence and in addition, more than 25 central research and development units.
3. IIT Delhi
The Indian Institute of Technology Delhi was ranked as the India’s No. 3 top engineering colleges of 2010. This college scores 25.9 on a scale of 40 on the placement.
In 1950, the first Indian Institute of Technology was established in Kharagpur. The Indian Government discussed with the British Government and introduced an Institute of Technology at Delhi.
The IIT Delhi has various departments such as bachelor’s degree in Technology, the Dual Degree Bachelor-cum-Master of Technology program and an Integrated Master of Technology Program. This institute also offers postgraduate level programs like Master of Technology, Master of Science, Master of Science (Research), Master of Business Administration, Master of Design (Industrial Design). A Ph.D. program for research in basics Sciences is also offered by the IIT Delhi.
2. IIT Madras
In 1959, the Indian Institute of Technology Madras was founded with technical and financial assistance from the former government of West Germany and inaugurated by Prof Humayun Kabir. IIT Madras was ranked as the India’s No. 2 top engineering colleges of 2011. This college scores 28.6 out of 40 on the placement.
The IIT Madras is situated on Sardar Patel Road in Chennai. This institute is functioning under the Institutes of Technology Act, and it is an autonomous legal organisation.
The IIT Madras has 16 departments for Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Research degrees in Engineering, Sciences, Humanities and Management.
For the UG course, the institute conducts JEE-Advanced Exam to get admission in BTech and Dual Degree (BTech + MTech) programme. For the PG course, GATE Exam is carried out for the admission to the MTech and MS programmes.
1. IIT Bombay
In 1985, the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay was formed under UNESCO and former Soviet Union. The IIT Bombay was ranked as the India’s No. 1 top University. The graduate program in IIT Bombay offers doctoral degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
The survey about IIT Mumbai reported that IIT Bombay entered its placement season with high expectations in 2010-11. 250 organizations have participated in the campus placement and over 950 jobs have been offered through on-campus and pre-placement offers.
The IIT Mumbai plays a significant role in research and industry-institute collaboration. This institute is working on country-specific research initiatives along with the industry based on the survey report. In infrastructure and academic environment, the IIT Bombay scores high. The institution has 17 departments, 13 multi-disciplinary centres, and 3 schools of excellence.