Career Options in Engineering after 12th
Career in Engineering after 12th is an excellent option for students nowadays. The students who are willing to take admission in an engineering college in India for pursuingB.E., B.Tech or B,Arch., need to appear for the commonJoint Entrance Exam (JEE) conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) every year.
Through this students can take admission in premiere engineering colleges like IITs, NIITs and others. The scores can be used for getting admission at various engineering colleges in the country offering engineering courses in different branches.
However, many institutes also take their own entrance test for admission into various undergraduate courses of engineering.
Many states also conducts their own entrance tests on state level such as Bihar CET, Goa CET (GCET), EAMCET, Jharkhand CET, J&K BPEE CET, Karnataka CET.
Here is the list of Common Entrance Tests for Admission in Engineering:
- JEE MAIN Entrance Exam
- EAMCET Engg Entrance Exam
- Aligarh Muslim University Engg Entrance Exam (AMU)
- Birla Institute of Technology Engg. Entrance Exam (BITSAT)
- VIT University Engg Entrance Exam (VITEEE)
- Associate Membership of Institute of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (AMIETE)
- Joint Entrance Exam (JET)
- BVP Pune CET
List of State Engineering Entrance Exams
- Andhra Pradesh Common Entrance Test (EAMCET)
- Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination (BCECE)
- Delhi Combined Entrance Examination (CEE)
- Gujarat Common Entrance Test (GUJCET)
- Goa Common Entrance Test (GCET)
- Haryana Common Engineering Entrance Test (CEET)
- Jharkhand Engineering Entrance Exam (JCECE)
- Karnataka Common Entrance Test (CET)
- Kerala Engineering Architecture Medical (KEAM)
- Madhya Pradesh Pre- Engineering Test (PET)
- Maharashtra Engineering Entrance Exam (CET)
- North East State Engineering Entrance (NEE)
- Orissa Joint Entrance Exam (JEE)
- Pondicherry Joint Entrance Test (PJET)
- West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination (WBJEE)