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  • Where to pursue B.Tech in India?

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    Bachelor of Technology is a professional undergraduate engineering course and also one among other popular course and career choice for students in India. The duration of the program is four years and this degree imparts knowledge on different branches or sub-disciplines within the wide spectrum of Engineering. Fresh engineering graduates have plenty of job opportunities to choose from in both Government Sector and Private sector. India has no dearth of B.Tech colleges, however, when there are plenty of options to choose from, one is always confused as to which college is the best to pursue B.Tech from? Here are some tips on where to pursue B.Tech from:

    Select an entrance exam:
    Admission to B.Tech program is entirely on Entrance Exams. This is followed by counselling, Group Discussion and Personal Interviews. The entrance exams are held every year both at National and State level and provides the gateway to a student's engineering career dreams. With different states, cities, or universities, there are almost as many different entrance exams. Some of the popular Entrance Exams for Engineering are as follows:

    Examination Name Full-form
    JEE Main Joint Entrance Examination Main
    JEE Advanced Indian Institutes of Technology Joint Entrance Examination
    BITSAT Birla Institute of Technology and Science Admission Test
    VITEEE Vellore Institute of Technology Engineering Entrance Exam
    MHTCET Maharashtra's Common Entrance Test
    TNEA Tamil Nadu Engineering Admissions
    IPU CET Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University Common Entrance Test
    WB JEE West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations

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    Select the city:
    Reasons for choosing a city can be many, for example: you want to study away from your home town, the absence of engineering colleges in your city or the college in which you are certain to get admitted is in another city. When preparing your list of colleges, the choice of city must be an important factor if not the first priority on your list. Some of the cities, for example, when choosing a college, you can visit:
    • <a href="" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">B.Tech colleges in Chennai</a>
    • <a href="" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">B.Tech colleges in Bangalore</a>
    • B.Tech colleges in Delhi
    • B.Tech colleges in Hyderabad
    • B.Tech colleges in Mumbai
    • B.Tech colleges in Pune
    • B.Tech colleges in Ahmadabad

    Select the college:
    Lastly, you finally choose the college itself! You must be having certain notions and doubts regarding the engineering colleges. The best way is to prepare a list of characteristics you prefer the most in a college. There is no lack of data available for a particular college or university and you can obtain this information: a) from the college itself, b) from the various websites which help you search a college and c) from talking to a particular colleges' passed out students, friends etc. Also, here are some characteristics of a college which you must tick off:
    • Availability of course
    • Ranking
    • Placements
    • Fees
    • Faculty

    Other Facilities (Labs, hostels, cafeteria, sports facilities, library etc)
    In concluding, the options for colleges in India are plenty and it falls on the student to decide the best for himself/herself. Although, not an easy task, the above tips are sure to help in making that decision easy. Good Luck!

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