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5 Best Non IIT Engineering Colleges in India

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While several top Indian engineering colleges are more popular than ever, there are several others that are equally good and yet fly under the radar. Here’s a list of the top 5 non-IIT engineering colleges in India.

Anna University,Chennai

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There are 13 core institutions, three regional campuses, and 593 affiliated colleges at Anna University. It provides a variety of undergraduate, postgraduate, and research-based programmes. Anna University’s most popular courses include B.E., B.Tech, and MBA.The UGC and AICTE have authorised it, and NAAC has given it a “A” rating. According to NIRF 2020, the University ranking is 20th overall.Admission to Anna University’s various courses is on national or state-level entrance exams. Admission to undergraduate programmes is based on NATA and TNEA scores. Applicants for MBA and M.Tech programmes must pass the TANCET exam. A distance education programme is also available at the university.

National Institute of Technology Tiruchirappalli

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Established in 1964, NIT Trichy is one of 28 NITs that are a part of a chain overseen by the Ministry of Human Resource Development. The institute offers both undergraduate and postgraduate courses to 2,500 students, who join on an annual basis. The curriculum includes core courses that focus on core sciences like mathematics and natural sciences. There’s also a good blend of electives from both scientific and management fields. This gives the students a broad foundation for taking up higher education or careers downline. There are about 60 specializations including chemical technology and electronics & communication engineering among others. Regular industry interaction helps nurture interest as well as skill development through group discussions, industrial visits and research activities at NIT Trichy.

Vellore Institute of Technology, Vellore

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Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT) is one of India’s largest and most prominent private technical education institutes. Established in 1984, VIT’s Vellore campus ranking is  among India’s best for academics, placements and infrastructure by a number of agencies including CNBC TV18. VIT students boast a 100% placement record, with most students recruitment is in top Indian firms like Wipro, IBM and TCS from day one. While you will still find a handful of IT firms recruiting at Vellore, their talent management practices are better suited to large project teams – so you won’t see as many small companies recruiting there as you might elsewhere.

National Institute of Technology Surathkal

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 NIT Surathkal is a premier technological institute located at Karnataka’s coastal town of Surathkal. In spite of being one of India’s youngest IITs, NITS boasts state-of-the-art infrastructure including almost every possible hardware and software a student would need for an enriching experience. It is also one of a handful of those educational institutes offering specialized courses such as Aerospace Engineering & Aviation Technology. The college has several popular international collaborations to its credit and a 100% job placement record. Ranking high on both the academic & technical charts, NITS stands second on our list of top non IIT engineering institutes in India.

Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani

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The Birla Institute of Technology (BIT) is an institute that ranks as one of the top 10 best private universities of India. The BIT offers undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctorate programs with a technical emphasis on Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering, Electronics, and Communication Engineering. Other offerings include electrical and Electronics Engineering, Chemical Engineering, and Biotechnology. All students must take core courses covering English, Humanities & Social Sciences, which provide general background education. In addition to these core courses, each student has several technical electives from which he can choose two or three for specialization during his graduation.

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