Engineering is one of the most popular courses among students and every year their number reaches sky high. It not only attracts students because of the myriad avenues which open up but also the number of opportunities it provides for self-growth career wise and mentally too. This line attracts youngsters from all strata’s of life. Securing a high percentage is just the first step towards making a career in engineering. Percentage only clears the eligibility criteria; however, passing the entrance exams is like swallowing a bitter pill. Though in the first place everything may seem worthless but it’s always said that hard work pays in the long run. All India Engineering Entrance Exam (AIEEE) is the first step in order to measure any candidate’s abilities.

This test not only assesses analytical abilities but also takes a quick look into their accuracy rate and problem-solving skills. Physics, chemistry and mathematics are the three subjects which are always questioned in the 2 to 3 hour exam time. Such exams hone students’ skills to a phenomenal level and prepare them for all kinds of hurdles that can come their way in the main entrance exams. Every year a large chunk of the youth brigade goes in for these exams and test their understanding, comprehension and scope of growth which it can offer. More than 70% of the students take various exams related to engineering and many pass out with flying colors and take admissions in their choice of college.

Engineering is available in various forms such as mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, aerospace engineering, industrial & production engineering, genetic engineering, biomedical & automobile engineering and environmental engineering. Apart from this software engineering, telecommunication & polymer engineering, metallurgical, mining and polymer engineering are also other parts of this course which are available. There are numerous colleges and private institutes all over India which offer such courses.

The best institutes are situated in Mumbai and Delhi, the two busiest metropolitan cities of India. IIT Delhi, Delhi College of Engineering (DCE),Faculty of Engineering (Jamia University), Indraprastha University, School of Planning and Architecture, Netaji Subash Institute of Technology and Amity School of Engineering are some of the best institutes in Delhi which impart education in this line of study. Bhartiya Vidyapeeth College of Engineering, Guru Teg Bahadur Institute of Technology, Maharaja Surajmal Institute, National Power Training Institute and Ambedkar Institute of Technology are other institutes as well which impart this education to students.

There are lots of colleges in Mumbai as well which provide quality education in the field of engineering. Atharva College of Engineering, Bhartiya Vidya Bhawan’s Sardar Patel College, Bhartiya Vidyapeeth College of Engineering, Datta Meghe College of Engineering, Dwarksdas J. Sanghvi College of Engineering and Annasaheb Chudaman patil College of Engineering are some of the colleges which provide engineering degrees from B Tech to M Tech And further studies in some too.

Amidst the fog of college information students need to remember that the important factor is their grasp and understanding of their subjects which matters the most. Without having sound knowledge and comprehension of the concepts and good practice entrance exams are a far cry and can never be cleared. Therefore all those who wish to make their lives in this line should get down to work without and hassles or fusses, we wish them a very best of luck for their future endeavors.

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Article is written by a professional guide of OnlineSchoolAdmissions.Com- a portal that provides free of cost consultancy to parents and schools. In this article the writer is telling about various Bachelor of Technology after 12th, writer is also emphasis on the B.Tech in Delhi and B.Tech in Mumbai for all Indian cities students.