Engineering Entrance Exam

Engineering is the most sought after professional course after 12th in India. Students who are passionate about machines and technology can become an engineer by cracking engineering entrance exams.

Engineering entrance exams are conducted every year at both National and State levels for selecting most skilled and efficient candidates for admissionin to engineering institutions across the country.

Prominent engineering colleges in India include Indian Institute of Technology's, National Institute of Technology's, Birla Institute of Technology and more. Most of the engineering colleges are AICTE approved.

The most important ENgineering Entrance Exams in India are AIEEE, IIT JEE, BITSAT, ENAT, COMEDK, CETK, MHTCET and more. Information about 60+ Engineering Entrance Exams are below.

Engineering Entrance Exam Paper pattern:

National level and state level engineering entrance exam paper pattern, is more or less the same with some changes. Engineering entrance exam paper pattern consists of objective type questions. Questions asked are based on class 12th syllabus of mathematics, physics and chemistry. Some entrance exam smay include questions from analytical reasoning, aptitude, drawing, and analytical skills

Engineering is the most sought after professional course after 12th in India. Students who are passionate about machines and technology can become an engineer by cracking engineering entrance exams.

Engineering entrance exams are conducted every year at both National and State levels for selecting most skilled and efficient candidates for admission into engineering institutions across the country.

Prominent engineering colleges in India include Indian Institute of Technology's, National Institute of Technology's, Birla Institute of Technology and more. Most of the engineering colleges are AICTE approved.

The most important engineering Entrance Exams in India are AIEEE, IIT JEE, BITSAT, ENAT, COMEDK, CETK, MHTCET and more. Information about 60+ Engineering Entrance Exams are below.

Eligibility for Engineering Entrance Exams:

Minimum qualification for appearing for engineering entrance exam is that the candidate should have passed 10+2 or 12th class with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as main subjects.
National level and state level engineering entrance exam paper pattern, is more or less the same with some changes. Engineering entrance exam paper pattern consists of objective type questions. Questions asked are based on class 12th syllabus of mathematics, physics and chemistry. Some entrance exams may include questions from analytical reasoning, aptitude, drawing, and analytical skills

     IIT JEE : Indian Institutes of Technology Joint Entrance Examination
     AIEEE: All India Engineering Architecture Entrance Examination
     BITSAT: Birla Institute of Technology & Science Admission Test
     ENAT: EPSI NATIONAL ADMISSION TEST :
     JEE : Joint Entrance Examination
     VITEEE: Vellore Institute of Technology Engineering Entrance Exam
     NAT: National Aptitude Test
     GATE: Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering
     PACET: Planning and Architecture Common Entrance Test
     ATIT: Admission Test for ICFAI Science and Technology
     ISAT: IIST Admission Test
     WAT: Written Admission Test
     MERI Entrance Exam: Marine Engineering & Research Institute Entrance Exam
     AMIE: Associate Membership of Institution of Engineers
     NEAT: National Engineering Aptitude Test
     NATA: National Aptitude Test in Architecture
    ECETFDH: Engineering Common Entrance Test for Diploma Holders ECET

Indian Institute of Technology - Joint Entrance Examination is an Entrance Exam conducted by Indian Institute of Technology for admission to Undergraduate Courses in fifteen IITs located in Bhubaneswar, Chennai, Delhi, Gandhinagar, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Indore, Jodhpur, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Mandi, Mumbai, Patna, Ropar and Roorkee, Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University (IT-BHU) Varanasi and Indian School of Mines (ISM) Dhanbad.

The Indian Institutes of Technology (popularly known as IITs) are institutions of national importance established through an Act of Parliament for fostering excellence in education. Over the years IITs have created world class educational platforms dynamically sustained through internationally recognized research based on excellent infrastructural facilities.

From 2015 onwards Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) propose to return to the old system of screening aspirants at two levels to weed out “unmanageable” candidates taking the exam every year. For the final entry to the technical institutes, aspirants who clear the first level of screening- comprising Class XII board exams and national aptitude test – would have to write an exam featuring long questions that demand reasoning ability from the students.

The government recently announced that only those students who secured first class (60 per cent) in plus two exams will be eligible for admission to the IITs (however there is relaxation of 5 per cent for SC/ST students).

As per the decision the students will get only two attempts – the year of clearing plus two examinations and the following year – to appear in JEE

IIT JEE Eligibility Criteria: -


•    The candidate must have passed their 10+2 examinations from a recognized board.
•    The candidates who will be giving their final examinations of 10+2 in 2011 are also eligible to apply.

How to fill the Form?

Admission forms must be filled in clearly without causing any damage to the OMR sheet. As the details you print will be checked in an automatic machine, you must ensure that everything is written in a clean and legible order. Students can also take a copy of the application and first fill in it. This is a very good method as any mistakes that you have made in the copy can be ignored and the correct details can be filled in the original application. The application must be filled in with an HB pencil. It should also be written in the English language only. Those applications that do not follow the rules aforementioned shall be rejected.

IIT JEE Paper Pattern: -

There will be two question papers, each of three hours duration. Both the question papers will consist of three separate sections on Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics. They will be of objective type, designed to test comprehension, reasoning and analytical ability of candidates.

The answers for each of the questions are to be recorded on a separate, specially designed, machine-gradable sheet of paper (ORS Optical Response Sheet). While answering each of the questions the candidate is expected to darken the bubble(s) against correct answer(s) using hard black (HB) pencils only. In some sections, incorrect answers may be awarded negative marks.

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Score Validity: -

The IIT JEE score can only be used to gain admission into the current academic year.

IIT-JEE Exam Centers:  -

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