Engineering colleges gear up to attract students

Engineering colleges gear up to attract students

Engineering colleges gear up to attract students

Engineering colleges in the city have started gearing up to attract students for the next academic session. This entails increasing intake capacity in popular branches, introducing new post-graduate courses and getting accreditation from central education agencies.  According to an estimate, the number of students appearing in Class XII board (science) exams is close to 2 lakh in the state.

The overall capacity is 34,000 in over 100 engineering colleges which can only accommodate 12% of the total. The sizeable number that is left migrate to other states like Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka for higher studies or engineering.

Jaipur remains the premier and the most popular destination for students due to the industrial exposure. The city-based institutes are leaving no stone unturned to woo potential students who migrate to various states. Almost a dozen popular colleges are ready to increase the intake capacity in some branches as few new engineering colleges are in the offing.

“We have completed four years according to AICTE norms, hence as a institute we are eligible to increase the number of seats provided we get AICTE approval,” said Arpit Agarwal, director, JECRC. The process for increasing the intake has been delayed by two months as AICTE has not invited applications for the same.

There is also a mad race among the colleges to get accreditation from the prestigious National Board of Accreditation to draw direct and indirect assistance from it. Till date only four colleges and one private university have managed to get accreditation. “Such accreditation builds the institute’s credibility besides other benefits,” said Shashikant Singhi, director, Poornima Group of Colleges. Many colleges are busy refurbishing the infrastructure to make their buildings more attractive.

Some institutes have already issued notification for fresh recruitment of faculty

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Engineering colleges in the city have started gearing up to attract students for the next academic session. This entails increasing intake capacity in popular branches, introducing new post-graduate courses and getting accreditation from central education agencies.  According to an estimate, the number of students appearing in Class XII board (science) exams is close to 2 lakh in the state.

The overall capacity is 34,000 in over 100 engineering colleges which can only accommodate 12% of the total. The sizeable number that is left migrate to other states like Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka for higher studies or engineering.

Jaipur remains the premier and the most popular destination for students due to the industrial exposure. The city-based institutes are leaving no stone unturned to woo potential students who migrate to various states. Almost a dozen popular colleges are ready to increase the intake capacity in some branches as few new engineering colleges are in the offing.

“We have completed four years according to AICTE norms, hence as a institute we are eligible to increase the number of seats provided we get AICTE approval,” said Arpit Agarwal, director, JECRC. The process for increasing the intake has been delayed by two months as AICTE has not invited applications for the same.

There is also a mad race among the colleges to get accreditation from the prestigious National Board of Accreditation to draw direct and indirect assistance from it. Till date only four colleges and one private university have managed to get accreditation. “Such accreditation builds the institute’s credibility besides other benefits,” said Shashikant Singhi, director, Poornima Group of Colleges. Many colleges are busy refurbishing the infrastructure to make their buildings more attractive.

Some institutes have already issued notification for fresh recruitment of faculty. The biggest problem that these institutes are facing is of high attrition rate among the faculty.


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0 # Lakshay Older than three months
Hello, I am from Kumbakonam, want to know How to get admission to MBBS at JIPMER
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0 # Mukesh Older than three months
For getting admission, you should go through online entrance test known as JIPMER MBBS, after clearing this you can get admission in this institute, you can also find other good MBBS institutes of Kumbakonam-Medical in Kumbakonam
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0 # Nishith Older than three months
Hello, I want to know about the entrance exam for MBA, also suggest some MBA colleges in North Delhi
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0 # Mukesh Older than three months
There are various exams for MBA i.e. CAT, MAT, XAT, SNAP, etc, you can give CAT for IIMs, find MBA colleges in North Delhi here-Kasturi Ram Global Institute of Professional Studies ; Fairfield Institute of Management and Technology ; International Institute of Management and Informatics ; Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Technology
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Hello, I am from Longleng, tell me How can I check whether a B.Ed college is approved by NCTE or not?
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Once you have decided to do your B. Ed from a particular college, you can visit the website of NCTE and can check whether the institution is under the list of approved institution,you can find here find list of NCTE approved b.ed colleges in Longleng- B.Ed in Longleng
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Hii , I am from Kancheepuram,Can anyone tell me about complete selection procedure about IITs and NITs and at which time exams for these are conducted?
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0 # Pallavi Older than three months
Hello, good to see that you are from Kancheepuram, for IITs and NITs, you have to give entrance exam, For NITs JEE Main is the entrance exam and for IITs JEE Advanced is the entrance exam
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