New Delhi: With over 1.5 Lac candidates appearing in JEE Main not everyone makes it to the next level i.e. JEE Advanced. A number of candidates fall short of few marks post declaration of JEE Main Result to make it to the IITs or to the government institutes like IIITs, NITs and CFITs. However, they can be at ease as there are 100’s of private engineering colleges across India that provide admissions based on the scores of JEE Main.
Here is a list of top 7 private colleges that offer admissions on the basis of JEE Main score. These colleges are not only better than many of the government institutes participating in JOSAA counselling but also have a very good ranking as per National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF). The rankings are derived based on several parameters like quality of students, outreach, inclusivity, industry interface, research output, refereed publications, competitiveness and academic productivity.
Check out the list for top 7 private colleges for B.Tech 2019 admissions based on NIRF top 100 engineering colleges’ latest rankings.
|Name of the Institute||City/State||NIRF Rank 2018|
|PSG College of Technology||Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu||24|
|Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology||Patiala, Punjab||27|
|Shanmugha Arts Science Technology & Research Academy (Sastra)||Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu||31|
|Jaypee Institute Of Information Technology||Noida, Uttar Pradesh||60|
|Vishwakarma Institute Of Technology||Pune, Maharashtra||64|
|Centurion Institute Of Technology||Bhubaneswar, Odisha||81|
|Silicon Institute of Technology||Bhubaneswar, Odisha||N/A|
The admission to these private colleges is quite competitive and candidates must make sure that the particular college must have the desired specialization in engineering. Each of these private colleges has specializations or courses which are unique and students must know about them. Let’s take a look at them:
PSG College of Technology – Offers over 16 specializations in B.Tech along with three sandwich courses (five years) and one part-time course in Textile Engineering (three years).
Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology – It offers B.Tech in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering and B.E in 17 specializations. It is also known to offer Computer Engineering with specialization in Machine Learning and Data Analytics/ Computer Animation and Gaming.
Shanmugha Arts Science Technology & Research Academy (Sastra) – The institute offer admissions in 14 specializations of B.Tech including specializations like Mechatronics, Bioinformatics and aerospace engineering.
Vishwakarma Institute Of Technology – It offers admissions into nine specializations of B.Tech including Industrial Engineering, Production Engineering and Instrumentation & Control Engineering. It is a renowned college for Chemical Engineering.
Centurion Institute Of Technology – Apart from the regular engineering specializations the college offers specializations like Data Science and Internet Security, Automotive Engineering and Agriculture.
Silicon Institute of Technology – Students must know that the college offers B.Tech specialization in Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering apart from the regular CS, EEE and ECE.
Jaypee Institute Of Information Technology – It offers admissions in six major specializations of B.Tech and rolls out an annual average pay package of 9 Lac, which happens to be its plus point.
Now that you know which private colleges can be your respite, students must also aim at a specialization of their choice. But before you choose or qualify to seek admissions to any of these colleges make sure you cross-check certain parameters, such as:
- Quality of faculty
- Research & Development
- Professors to Lecturers Ratio
- Availability of seats
- Placement Record