What do Scotty on the Starship Enterprise, Neil Armstrong, Leonardo Da Vinci, and Bill Nye all have in common? They're all engineers! Engineers are capable of doing some amazing things: they solve problems in society that might seem impossible at first, like designing and building the first suspension bridge, assembling the equipment to put man on the moon, or creating the steam engine. In fact, that's where the word 'engineer' comes from: engineers are the individuals responsible for building everything from the steam engine to the engine in your car. But, what exactly is engineering?
Engineering is a scientific field and job that involves taking our scientific understanding of the natural world and using it to invent, design, and build things to solve problems and achieve practical goals. This can include the development of roads, bridges, cars, planes, machines, tools, processes, and computers. The things engineers build are called technology. Without technology, the modern world simply wouldn't exist. We're surrounded by the work of engineers practically every moment of our lives.
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Computer Science Engineering
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Top 10 Engineering entrance examinations in India
Candidates must have passed in final examination of class 12 or its equivalent with five subjects.
Class 12 results of candidates will be a factor only in determining the eligibility criteria and not the JEE rankings from 2017 onwards. To qualify for appearing in exam, students need to have at least 75 percent marks or be in top 20 percentile in their Class 12 examination. The SC/ST/OBC students should have 65 percent marks.
Candidates can attempt JEE Main for a maximum of three times.
Candidates have to be among the top 1,50,000 rank holders in JEE Main.
Only those aspirants with a minimum of 75 percent marks in PCM in their class 12 Board exams are eligible for it.
Candidates having first rank in all the central and state boards in India for the year 2016 will be given direct admission to the programme of their choice, irrespective of their BITSAT 2016 score as per the eligibility criteria mentioned above.
Candidates should have secured an aggregate of 60 percent in PCM/PCB in plus two examinations (or its equivalent). The aggregate should be 50 percent for SC/ST/OBC, J&K and Northeast states candidates.
Candidates must have passed higher secondary (10+2) examination of West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education or equivalent examination from a recognized council/board.
Candidates seeking admission to government engineering/technology colleges, reserve category seats of any institution, including TFW category seats, must be domicile of West Bengal.
Candidates are required to have passed 10+2 from any recognised Board in India with a minimum of 50 percent marks in PCM. Minimum marks required by SC/ST/OBC candidates is 45 percent.
Candidates will get the college of their preference according to their scores in MHCET.
Candidates are required to have passed 10+2 from with a minimum of 45 percent marks in PCM; the subjects should have been studied in English. Minimum marks required by the SC/ST/OBC candidates is 40 percent.
The candidates should be a resident of Karnataka possessing original proof of their residency. Candidates hailing from outside Karnataka can sit for the KCET only if they have studied seven years in Karnataka.
Candidates are required to have secured minimum 45 percent in 10+2 or equivalent exam with mathematics and physics as main subjects along with Bio-Technology/chemistry/biology as the optional subject. Minimum marks required by SC/ST/OBC candidates is 40 percent.
Applicants are required to belong to Andhra Pradesh and should satisfy the Local or Non-Local status - as per the requirements of the Andhra Pradesh Education Institutions order, 1974.
Candidates are required to have secured minimum 45 percent in 10+2 or equivalent exam with Mathematics and Physics as main subjects along with Bio-Technology/Chemistry/Biology/Technical Vocational subject as the optional subject. Minimum marks required by SC/ST/OBC candidates is 40 percent.
10 percent of the total santioned seats in Engineering/Architecture at private institutions in the state will be kept open for candidates of other states also.
Candidate must have passed 10+2 or equivalent examination with minimum 60 percent aggregate in PCM.
Top 10 Engineering Universities in the World
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)- US
Harverd University - US
University of Cambridge - UK
University of London - UK
Imperial College London - UK
University of Oxford - UK
Stanford University - US
Yale University - US
University of Chicago - US
Califonia Institute of Technology - US
Top Engineering Colleges in India
Indian Institutes Of Technology(IIT)
Indian Institites Of Science(IISC)
Special Class Railway Apprenship(SCRA)
College Of Miltry Engineering (CME)
National Defence Academy(NDA)
National Institute Technology(NIT)
Birla Institude Of Technology(BIT)