Engineering Entrance Exams
Engineering entrance exams in India are held each year for admission into various undergraduate engineering BE/B.Tech. courses and postgraduate ME / M.Tech courses in India. Most of these exams are held on an All India level, though some are held only at state level. For the students who wish to appear in one or more engineering entrance exams, details of each such engineering entrance exam is given in the following pages.
Engineering Entrance Exams 2017 – Know about exams such as JEE (Main), JEE (Advanced), BITSAT. All details of national, state, college level entrance exams.
The organizing bodies are publishing details of BE/B.Tech entrance tests. This page is being updated as per information published by engineering entrance exams conducting bodies.
Engineering Entrance Exams for UG Courses 2017-2018
Engineering Entrance Exams Calendar. – Know the dates and schedule of all engineering entrance exams to be held for admission session 2017-2018.
Engineering Entrance Exams for PG Courses 2017-2018
|Name of Exam||Date Of Exam|
|GATE||February 4, 2017;
February 5, 2017;
February 11, 2017;
February 12, 2017;
|SRMGEET||Expected in April 2017, third week; last year SRMGEET was on 23rd and 24th April|
|AP PGECET||Expected in May 2017, third week; last year AP PGECET was from 25th to 27th May|
|TS PGECET||Expected in May 2017, last week; last year TS PGECET was from 30th May to 3rd June|
|VITMEE ( M.Tech)||Expected in June 2017, first week; last year VITMEE was on 4th and 5th June|
|WB PGET||Expected in July 2017, third week; last year WB PGET was on 17th July|
Engineering Entrance Exams 2017
All of you who are appearing in class 12 exams this year or have done so last year, will be appearing a number of engineering entrance exams 2017. Apart from appearing in the all India level and state level entrance exams, you also need to know the details of Engineering Entrance Exams 2017 for various states, colleges and universities. As a guide to help you get the best education in the field of engineering and technology, we at AglaSem strive to provide you with authentic and updates details.
Here we are updating all the important exams and admissions that are being announced in India regarding Engineering Entrance Exams 2017. Please note, that only those notifications that are being actually announced officially are being shared here. You can be assured that the information is correct and authentic.
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Most Popular Engineering Entrance Exams
Engineering is highly popular career choice option among the Indian students. It is considered as the most sought after career options for the students. Engineering offers the best career opportunities to the student. Every student has a dream to study in the top ranked engineering colleges in India and for this, the candidates must have to appear in the Engineering (B.Tech) Entrance Exams 2017 – 2018. The engineering entrance exam is conducted at national and state level for choosing most deserving and proficient students for admission. A list of top Engineering (B.Tech) Entrance Exams 2017 – 2018 is mentioned here for the students.
Engineering (B.Tech) Entrance Exams 2017 – 2018 – A list of Top 10:
Full Name: Joint Entrance Examination
Organizing body: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)
JEE is the largest engineering entrance exam of India. It is conducted in two phases namely JEE Main and JEE Advanced. JEE is the national level engineering entrance examination which is usually conducted in the month of April every year. A large number of aspirants participate in this exam and therefore, the level of this exam is on the top. This exam aims at providing admission in the top ranked NIITs, IITs, centrally/ state funded institutions and other top ranked engineering colleges across the country.
Full Name: BITS Admission Test
Organizing Body: BITS, Pilani
Another most popular Engineering (B.Tech) Entrance Exams 2017 – 2018 is BITSAT. This exam is usually scheduled in the month of May every year to offer admissions in the BITS campuses in Pilani, Goa and Hyderabad. BITSAT is almost as tough as JEE as per statistics. BITSAT is the computer based online test. This exam will be offered over a period of time and the aspirant can choose the exam center, day, and time of his or her convenience. The exam is objective in nature. 3 hours will be allotted to solve the exam paper. BITSAT determines the candidate’s ability in four sections.
Full Name: VIT Engineering Entrance Exam
Organizing Body: Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT)
VITEEE is the conducted to offer admission in the Vellore Institute of Technology. VIT is counted as one of the best private engineering colleges of India. This exam is usually conducted in the month of April every year. As VIT is the one of the best private colleges, therefore, a large number of aspirants participate in this exam. Being popular, the exam needs rigorous preparation. The exam is objective in nature in which each question has multiple choices with only one possible answer.
Full Name: West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination
Organizing Body: WB joint entrance examination board
WBJEE is another Engineering (B.Tech) Entrance Exams 2017 – 2018. It is the state level engineering entrance exam which aims at providing the admission in the colleges of West Bengal. This test is usually conducted in month of May every year. WBJEE is the offline examination which is objective in nature. It determines the candidate’s ability in the three sections i.e. physics, chemistry and mathematics. To appear in this renowned exam, the candidate must be of Indian nationals.
Full Name: Maharashtra common entrance test
Organizing Body: DTE, Maharashtra
MHT CET is the state level engineering entrance exam which is generally conducted in the month of May every year. MHT CET is organized to grant admissions in the engineering institutes of the state. The exam is objective in nature with multiple choices and one correct answer. The system of negative marking is not applicable which means that there is no subtraction for wrong answers. 3 hours will be provided to solve the exam paper. MHT CET tests the candidate’s ability in three sections namely in Physics, chemistry and mathematics.
Full Name: Karnataka Common entrance test
Organizing Body: Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA)
KCET is also known as Karnataka CET. This is the state level Engineering (B.Tech) Entrance Exams 2017 – 2018 which is organized to offer admissions in the various engineering colleges of Karnataka. KCET is conducted at approx 54 test centers. This is the offline examination in which the candidate has to mark the answers in the OMR sheet. KCET is the objective in nature and comprises approximately 60 multiple choice questions. Like others, KCET also tests the aspirants’ ability in three sections i.e. PCM.
Full Name: AP Engineering, agriculture and medical common entrance test
Organizing Body: AP
Another renowned Engineering (B.Tech) Entrance Exams 2017 – 2018 is AP EAMCET. This is the state level entrance exam which aims at providing admissions in various professional and technical courses in the colleges of Andhra Pradesh. AP EAMCET is usually scheduled in the month of May every year. This is the objective entrance exam with multiple choices and one possible answer. The exam consists of questions in English and Telugu medium. The exam paper will have 160 MCQs. The exam will be conducted in pen paper based mode. No Negative marking is applicable to the wrong answers.
Full Name: UP state entrance examination
Organizing Body: Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam technical university
UPSEE is the state level engineering entrance exam which is usually organized in the month of April every year. This exam is conducted with the purpose to offer admissions in the degree level engineering institutes and professional colleges of the state. The exam is objective in nature and comprises of three sections. Each section has 50 questions. It is interesting to know that there is no penalty for wrong answers which means that the candidate can make the intelligent guesses. UPSEE exam will have 150 questions in total.
Full Name: KIIT Entrance Examination
Organizing Body: KIIT (Kallinga Institute of Industrial technology)
KIITEE is the university level Engineering (B.Tech) Entrance Exams 2017 – 2018 which is generally scheduled in the month of April. This examination aims in providing the admissions to the courses in its group of institutions. KIITEE is objective in nature with 120 multiple choice questions. 3 hours will be given to attempt the exam paper. For each right answer, the candidate will get FOUR (4) marks. As negative marking of 1 mark is applicable to the wrong answers, therefore, the candidates are required to make only the valid guesses by keeping penalty in their mind.
Full Name: Amrita Engineering Entrance Exam
Organizing Body: Amrita University
AEEE is the university level engineering entrance exam which is hosted by the Amrita University generally in the month of April every year. This exam is both computer based and pen paper format exam. The candidate can select the exam mode of their convenience. AEEE is the objective entrance exam and the medium of the question paper is English. The exam paper will have 100 multiple choice questions. Negative marking of 1 mark is applicable. The aspirant will get 2 hours and 30 minutes to solve the exam paper.
Engineering Entrance Exams 2018
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