Latest Top Engineering Colleges In India 2018 :
Being one of the most populous countries across the planet, India’s higher education system is considered to be the third largest on all the continents. With the establishment of IITs, NITs and several other institutes of national importance, now India becomes an international educational hub where people from across the globe come to experience world-class education system. Presently, the nation is housing world’s top-notch engineering as well as medical colleges/institutions and Universities. Today, here we talk about top engineering colleges in India 2018.
The top engineering colleges in India offering undergraduate as well as postgraduate courses in sciences, applied engineering and engineering. The list of top engineering colleges includes the government technical universities along with private technical ones.
In the developing country like India, the need for skilled engineers is constantly rising to serve the public services and current infrastructure. To tackle the responsibility of improving the utilities, the country needs engineers to build a better India. The ability to face new challenges makes the job of engineering an exciting one.
How Have Top Engineering Colleges Been Rated?
As the academic year 2018-19 is going to begin, the education experts are rating the engineering colleges after completing the deep research as well as the survey. After going through the each and every aspect of the colleges and universities, NIRF ranked the engineering colleges. The parameters considered for ranking include infrastructure, academic achievements, faculty ratio, preferences of students, college facilities, placement statistics, and national importance etc. In addition to these, experts also see academic productivity, referred publication, industry interface and quality of students.
Any aspirants who wish to take admission in the course of engineering goes through the ranking as everyone wants to have the best education and placement for the better future. As they start preparing for the engineering entrance exam, they also start looking for the best engineering colleges. They go through the different rankings but they want to have some reliable ranking for the admission as it’s the matter of their future. So, here comes the NIRF ranking for top engineering colleges.
Role of NIRF
As there are many rankings prevailing in the digital world, therefore one needs some reliable ranking for the engineering colleges. Here, comes the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) which outlines the methodology to rank the various institutions all over the country. This framework was set by the MHRD for identifying the broad parameters to rank the various institutions and universities.
The board aspects covered by this framework are Graduation Outcomes, Research Practices, Professional Practices, Perception, Teaching , learning and resources, Outreach and Inclusivity. Therefore, one can say that the engineering institutions also have to pass through the test of parameters, and the ranking by NIRF is the report card of institutes showing their level of performance.
Parameters For Ranking The Engineering Colleges
NIRF analyse all the colleges on some points. They do collect the necessary data based on the following parameters to rank the engineering colleges.
- Graduation Outcomes
- Total percentage of placement
- Higher Studies
- Metric for the total number of students have done Ph. D.
- Metric for the total number of graduate students are taking admission in top universities.
- Median Salary
- Metric for the University Examination
- Professional practices along with the research ones
- Patents and IPR
- Combined metric for the total publications
- Metric for the total number of quality of publications
- Executive development programs
- Public perception
- Peer perception of the academics
- Peer perception for employers and research investors
- Teaching, Learning and Resources
- Total student strength which should also include Doctoral Students
- Ratio of Faculty to students giving more emphasis on the permanent faculty
- Availability of Faculty with experience and Ph. D or its equivalent
- Budget and the utilization of the budget
- Outreach & Inclusivity
- Total percentage of women
- Total percentage of students from the various states and countries
- How many economically as well as socially challenged students are present
- Number of facilities available for the physically challenged students
List of Top Engineering colleges
The Top engineering college’s 2018 list has been prepared by NIRF.
|Engineering College/Institution/University Name||Location (City/State)||NIRF score out of 100||Rank|
|Indian Institute of Technology Madras||Chennai, Tamil Nadu||88.95||1|
|Indian Institute of Technology Bombay||Mumbai, Maharashtra||84.82||2|
|Indian Institute of Technology Delhi||New Delhi||82.18||3|
|Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur||Kharagpur, West Bengal||77.78||4|
|Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur||Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh||75.24||5|
|Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee||Roorkee, Uttarakhand||72.57||6|
|Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati||Guwahati, Assam||69.25||7|
|Anna University||Chennai, Tamil Nadu||67.04||8|
|Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad||Hyderabad, Telangana||60.87||9|
|Institute of Chemical Technology||Mumbai, Maharashtra||60.63||10|
|National Institute of Technology Tiruchirappalli||Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu||60.35||11|
|Jadavpur University||Kolkata, West Bengal||59.82||12|
|Indian Institute of Technology (Indian School of Mines) Dhanbad||Dhanbad, Jharkhand||59.24||13|
|Indian Institute of Technology Indore||Indore, Madhya Pradesh||57.95||14|
|National Institute of Technology Rourkela||Rourkela, Odisha||57.05||15|
|Vellore Institute of Technology||Vellore, Tamil Nadu||57.02||16|
|Birla Institute of Technology & Science||Pilani, Rajasthan||56.98||17|
|Indian Institute of Technology Bhubaneswar||Bhubaneswar, Odisha||56.89||18|
|Indian Institute of Technology (Banaras Hindu University) Varanasi||Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh||56.62||19|
|Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology||Patiala, Punjab||56.14||20|
|National Institute of Technology Surathkal||Surathkal, Karanataka||53.16||21|
Indian Institute of Technology Ropar||Rupnagar, Punjab||52.80||22|
|Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology||Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala||52.74||23|
|Indian Institute of Technology Patna||Patna, Bihar||52.37||24|
|National Institute of Technology Warangal||Warangal, Telangana||51.82||25|
Courses Offered by Engineering Colleges
The applicants have dream of becoming engineers and therefore they choose the different streams and branches available in the universities and institutions. These branches help the candidates in reaching their dream career of their life. However, different universities have different branches. It is not necessary that an institution has all the branches of engineering in it. The candidates get the branch of engineering as per the rank in the entrance exam.
The common branches of engineering are as follows:
- Chemical Engineering
- Biochemical Engineering and Biotechnology
- Civil Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Computer Science and Engineering
- Electrical Engineering (Power and Automation)
- Mathematics & Computing
- Engineering Physics
- Production and Industrial Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Textile Technology
- Biochemical Engineering and Biotechnology
For taking the admission in the engineering courses, one has to pass the engineering entrance exams like IIT JEE. The Advanced Joint Entrance Examination is conducted to give admission in the undergraduate courses. The Exam will be conducted online for the first time in 2018. This exam is mainly for taking admission in IITs. But there are many other prestigious colleges and universities who also accept the score of IIT JEE main and advanced.
The main exam for undergraduate engineering courses is IIT JEE which is conducted in 3 phases:
- Main Exam
- Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT)
Till now, the IIT JEE Main Exam is conducted in offline mode, but from 2018, it will be in online mode only. It is necessary for the candidates to pass this exam and after passing this exam only, they will be qualified for JEE Advanced Exam. Now, in the Advanced level, the level of difficulty is not as same as JEE Mains.
AAT is for those candidates who are interested in pursuing their career in architecture discipline. When the candidates passes the JEE Main and Advanced, then only he is eligible to appear in the JEE AAT.
When one enters in the engineering college, he wishes to have good job in some multi national company. All colleges make promises to provide the best placement facility. But, in reality they don’t do so. On the other hand, top engineering colleges offer a good platform to start your career.
All the leading and top engineering colleges have the excellent record of providing placements to their students. The core values of the different universities help their students to develop their personality and making the students an excellent engineer to work and compete at the global level. Through the program of a summer internship, they offer the opportunities to have the industrial experience.
In these premier colleges, many big corporations such as Indian Space Research Organization, Samsung, Oracle, UBER, Goldman Sachs, Mircosoft, Google and so on participate in the placement process. The students participating in these placement processes are offered jobs in various areas like product management, software engineering, geophysicist, research engineering and so on.