Engineering is a field of scientific study that focuses on the principles related to construction, maintenance, and upgradation of essential infrastructure structures that have been constructed for the convenience of human beings. The basis of engineering is formed on subjects of physics, chemistry, and mathematics.
These subjects play a crucial role in engineering application. In the initial phase of the field, engineering was synonymous with construction of engines for military purposes but in the due course of time, the field got diverse with the inception of technology and science which led to the development of various specializations in the field today.
Many students take up engineering because of their passion for the field and this has made it possible for the line of study to evolve with more and more variety of engineering courses becoming a part of the education system.
For pursuing the course in Engineering, the candidate must have the basic knowledge in subjects such as physics, chemistry, and mathematics. They also should have the ability to draw their views and other skills like problem- solving, computer skills, industry skills, teamwork, and creativity.
Apart from this, the candidates should qualify the entrance exam conducted at the national and state level to get into the prestigious colleges. West Bengal is known for some of its best engineering colleges. And these colleges have various admission criteria, placement cells, fee structure and other facilities. These are the details of the colleges along with the parameters.
|Serial No.||Name of College||Location|
|2.||OmDayal Group of Institute Howrah||Mahespur|
|4.||IEM Kolkata - Institute of Engineering and Management||Kolkata|
|5.||GNIT Kolkata - Guru Nanak Institute of Technology||Kolkata|
|6.||Haldia Institute of Technology||Haldia|
|7.||JIS College of Engineering||Nadia|
|8.||NIT Kolkata - Narula Institute of Technology||Kolkata|
|9.||BP Poddar Institute of Management and Technology||Chennai|
|10.||TCE Maduri - Thiagarajar College of Engineering||Kolkata|
|Serial No.||Name of College||Location||FEES|
|1.||IIEST Shibpur - Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology||Howrah||5.44 Lakhs|
|2.||NIT Durgapur - National Institute of Technology||Durgapur||5.51 Lakhs|
|3.||Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology||Kolkata||6 Lakhs|
|4.||GCECT Kolkata - Government College of Engineering and Ceramic Technology||Kolkata||1.03 Lakhs|
|Serial No.||Name of College||Location|
|1.||ENGINEERING College in WEST BENGAL||Durgapur|
|2.||Bengal Institute of Technology||Kolkata|
|3.||Government College Engineering and Ceramic Technology||Kolkata|
|4.||MCKV Institute of Engineering||Howrah|
|6.||AEC Asansol - Asansol Engineering College||Asansol|
|7.||BBIT Kolkata - Budge Budge Institute of Technology||Kolkata|
|8.||Dr BC Roy Engineering College||Durgapur|
|9.||NSEC Kolkata - Netaji Subhash Engineering College||Kolkata|
|10.||Swami Vivekananda Institute of Science and Technology||Kolkata|
Although the admission procedure for the UG and PG course varies from colleges to college and universities, these are some of the processes:
. The candidate must have cleared their 10+2 in the science stream (physics, chemistry, and mathematics) from a well-recognized board with minimum aggregate.
. Apart from this, the candidate must qualify the entrance exam conducted by the college. Also, the candidate must pass the national exam conducted every year like JEE, WBJEE.
. The candidate has to have a degree in any specialization of engineering from a well-recognized university or college.
They should have minimum aggregate marks required while achieving the degree.
Some colleges also accept the entrance exams result conducted by the college or university or even state or national level entrance exams.
How to select the best engineering colleges in West Bengal
When it comes to choosing the best engineering colleges in West Bengal, it is a tough task as there are many options available. But before selecting the right college, you must go through many criteria. These are the criteria which the candidate has to look for while choosing an engineering college:
Firstly, the candidate must figure out which specialization they want to pursue and then ensure the college has the specialization and then finalize the college. For instance, if you want to pursue marine engineering, then you must make sure the college/university has the course.
Secondly, the candidate has to look for the location of the college or university. For example, if you are looking for a nearby college in West Bengal, you will get more benefits than looking one far away from West Bengal.
Thirdly, the candidate must ensure that the college comes within their budget. Always go for the colleges that give scholarships; this can help you pursue your course better.
. Finally, the candidate must go through the prospectus thoroughly and get clarity about the college that they are choosing. This will help them know about the facilities of the college, and then they can finalize which college they want.
|Admission Process||JEET MAINS, ADV|
|Counselling Conducting Authority (state level)||JEE|
|Average Fee||For Private Colleges:�Rs 0.50 lakhs- Rs 18 lakhs|
|Counselling Process||As per JEE UG counselling conduct in 3-4 rounds|