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Engineering Colleges in India

Post 12th, it becomes difficult for students to keep track of engineering colleges and their entrance exams. If you too have plans of pursuing engineering after 12th, you must prepare a list of colleges or entrance exam for engineering

Educon abroad understands that preparing a list of entrance exams for engineering takes time. Therefore, we have created the required list for you. All you need to do is apply for

engineering in Bangalore

or based on your preferences

JEE Main 2020

This entrance exam is operated by the National Testing Agency (NTA) and has replaced AIEEE. It allows you to apply at 31 National Institute of Technology (NITs), 23 Indian Institute of Information Technology (IITs), and other centrally funded technical institutes. JEE Main consists of two papers. Paper 1 is for those who aspire to pursue BE/B. Tech; whereas, Paper 2 is for those who want to apply for architecture i.e. B.Arch./B.Planning. The main exam is followed by JEE Advanced. Those who qualified JEE Main only they can appear for this exam. Again, it consists of two papers and is conducted by one of the 7 zonal of IIT

BITSAT

The only institute that allows you to pursue engineering and pharma courses in Birla Institute of Technology and Science. Through this exam, one can get admitted to the acknowledged three campuses i.e. BITS Pilani, Goa, and Hyderabad. If you can manage to top the boards, you can get direct admission. Otherwise, to be eligible for this exam candidates must have 80% aggregate in PCM/B and 60% marks in each of the three subjects 

KVPY

Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) is a government-funded scholarship program that provides study and research in the field of basic science. The process to get through is an aptitude test followed by an interview. The selected students will be getting the fighting chance to prove themselves at IISc

KCET

To pursue engineering, architecture, medical, dental, Indian systems of medicine and homeopathy, Farm science and Pharma, Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET) is the exam you should look for. It allows you to study all the above-mentioned courses in the government colleges of Karnataka

MHTCET 

For full-time engineering i.e. (B.E/B.Tech) as well as pharmacy (B.Pharm/Pharm D.) courses in Maharashtra, apply for Maharashtra Common Entrance Test. Through this exam, you can study these courses in the Government, Government-Aided, and unaided institutes of Maharashtra. To know more about this exam contact Educon aborad

Apart from these, there are other courses as well that offers engineering, pharma and architecture courses. For your convenience, we have accumulated them in the table below with their last date to apply. 

Exam Name Expected Exam date Last Date to Apply
JEE Main Paper 1 6th to 11th January 2020 10th October 2019
JEE Main Paper 2 3rd to 9th April 2020 Last week of Feb 2020
BITSAT 3rd to last week of May 2020 2nd week of March 2020
KVPY 1st week of November 2020 1st week of September 2020
KCET 3rd week of April 2020 4th week of Feb 2020
MHTCET 2nd week of May 2020 4th week of March 2020
VITEEE 2nd to 4th week of April 2020 Last week of March 2020
SRMEEE 3rd to 4th week of April 2020 1st week of March 2020
COMED-K 2nd week of May 2020 3rd week of April 2020
IPU-CET 3rd week of April 2020 2nd week of April 2020
WBJEE 19th April 2020 1st week of January 2020
UPSEE Last week of April 2020 Last week of March 2020
PTU-CET May 2020 May 2020

For any other information regarding the entrance exam for engineering, feel free to contact our educators for a free consultation.  Furthermore, to study engineering in Bangalore, contact Educon abroad

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