India produces the highest number of engineers in the world. Numerous colleges and institutes offer engineering courses in many streams. Courses in applied engineering and science are also offered. There is tough competition among students to gain admission to the top engineering college in Greater Noida and other cities. Admissions to engineering courses are given to students through an entrance exam and allocation of college and branch is based on the rank and merit marks the student has scored.
The selection and allocation of seats are done through counseling process by the Technical education board of the particular state. The Eligibility for admission is 45% in the 10+2 examination with a relaxation of 5% for the SC/ST/PD students. The eligibility is 50% for PIOs, NRIs, and Foreign nationals. This is combined with the marks scored in the entrance exam and the final ranking is awarded.
Some prestigious institutes select from JEE and GATE exams. Some of these are
Indian Institutes of Technology
The Indian Institutes of Technology has 23 institutes located in Bhilai, Bhubaneshwar, Chennai, Delhi, Dhanbad, Dharwad, Goa, Guwahati, Gandhinagar, Hyderabad, Indore, Jammu, Jodhpur, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Mandi, Mumbai, Patna, Palakkad, Roorkee, Ropar, and Varanasi. IITs have their own curricula as they are autonomous universities.
Exchange of students and scholars is done with other universities in Europe and Asia under the network of LAOTSE.
The undergraduate B.Tech courses of 4- year duration and the integrated dual degree (B.Tech and M.Tech) which is of 5- year duration admissions are given through JEE Advanced. The students are sorted out in the first phase through JEE Mains.
Admissions to postgraduate courses are granted through various entrance exams like JAM for M.Sc., Gate for M.Tech, and CEED for M.Des. The admission to Ph.D. is done through personal interviews and written tests as the case may be.
A minimum score of 60% marks aggregate in board examination as well as JEE (Mains) and JEE (Advanced) is necessary for admission. 5% relaxation is given to SC/ST and PD students.
Indian Institutes of Engineering Science and Technology
The Indian Institutes of Engineering Science and Technology (IIEST) are a group of institutions which were created by selecting engineering colleges and upgrading them. At present only Bengal Engineering and Science University, Shibpur has been upgraded to IIEST and granted the status of “Institutes of National importance”. More institutions will be upgraded over time. The delay has been due to many political, administrative and technical difficulties.
Admission for B.Tech courses is made through JEE Mains and the postgraduate admissions are done through GATE. Admission is granted based on the rank in JEE (Mains) for B.Tech and rank in GATE for M.Tech.
Indian Institute of Information Technology
The Indian Institute of Information technology has four institutes under its umbrage to provide higher education in the field of Information Technology. It is founded and funded by the Central Government. The institutes are managed by the Ministry of Human Resource Development.
The admissions are done through online counseling. The scores in JEE Mains, JEE Advanced along with weight added from 12Th marks are considered for selection after counseling.
National Institute of Technology
There are currently 31 National Institutes of Technology. The original 17 Regional engineering colleges were upgraded in a phased manner. They also have the status of “Institutes of National importance”. They have been made autonomous by the Central Government. The institutes are scattered all over the country in different states.
Admissions are done through the All India Engineering Entrance Examinations popularly known as AIEEE. JEE Mains has replaced AIEEE since 2013. For the purpose of admission 40% weight is given to marks scored in 10+2 exams and 60% weight is given to the score of JEE Mains. The exams are conducted by the CBSE.
The Institution of Engineers
AMIE was established in the year 1920. It has pioneered the non-formal engineering education. Examinations are conducted by IEI for its associate membership (AMIE). It is considered at par with B.E and B.Tech.
It has two sections A and B. On successful completion of both the section one becomes a chartered engineer (CE).
The option and eligibility criteria to gain admission to the Best B.Tech College in Greater Noida and other reputed institutes have been explained in detail above. Depending on your preference and other favorable factors you could seek admission in any of the above institutes.