An Engineering degree is the most coveted degrees in India and many aspiring students with creative minds and related innovating acumen opt for it. As Engineering students are trained in both theoretical concepts and the practical application aspects, it is important that they get into an esteemed institution which caters to their needs and adds value to their career aspirations.
Why study at the Engineering colleges in Kolkata?
To avoid any unnecessary hassle in your professional career, I suggest you avail admissions among the best Engineering Colleges in Kolkata. The colleges here are reputed, well equipped and have trained professionals who are dedicated to impart education in an interactive way with the upmost sincerity. Some of the Popular Technological Institutes of Kolkata are listed here:
- University of Engineering and Management.
- Netaji Subhash Engineering College.
- Narula Institute of Technology.
- Guru Nanak Institute of Technology.
- Future Institute of Engineering and Management.
- B.P. Poddar Institute of Management and Technology.
- Bengal Institute of Technology.
Is Engineering the best choice?
Yes, Engineering is the best choice if the candidate is inclined to research and application of existing basic technology. Engineering teaches you various disciplines and imbibes the best known modern practices in your body of work. How to get into an Engineering College you ask? Your answer is through competitive exams. In India, there are many Competitive entrance exams such as IIT-JEE, JEE Mains, KCET, KEAM, COMEDK, CUCET etc. These are the gateways to prestigious institutions like the IIT’s, NIT’s and other respective state affiliated colleges. As all premier institutions do they attract immense competition and are very difficult to get into. also, there are other exams which attract relatively less competition like the MHTCET i.e. The Maharashtra Common Entrance Test.
The MHTCET 2018 is an annual Entrance test conducted by the Directorate of Technical Education (Govt. of Maharashtra) candidates will get an admission into the first year of full-time degree courses in building and innovation (B.Tech.), well-being sciences and drug store courses like pharmacy and Phar.D. through MHT CET 2018.
This is a state level test where about 4 lack students take part every year. MHCET commences for a duration of 3 hours. The number of questions vary for the different courses available.
- 150 Questions for Engineering Courses.
- 200 Questions for health Sciences.
- 150-200 Questions for Pharmacy courses.
The MHCET Application and Syllabus!
The Application form can be submitted online, the candidates who are appearing for MHT CET 2018 should be a citizen of India. There is no age limit to appear for this examination. Candidates have to pass 10+2 to be eligible for MHT CET 2018. The Candidate wanting to get admission in B.Tech., B.Sc. need to concentrate on Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology (if related) apart from this candidate need to concentrate on English. The new Syllabus now includes few additional topics from Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics from the XI standard board Syllabus.