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Top 10 Technology Schools in India
Here is the list of the ten best Tech-Schools of the nation:
1. IIT Kharagpur
Established by the Government of India in 1951, this autonomous engineering and technology oriented institute was the first of the 13 IITs established in India. Having been ranked as the best in the IDC list, mainly based on the HR perception of the institute, it is also the best engineering institute of the country and is known as the Institute of National Importance by the Government of India. Spread over a sprawling 2,100 acres, IIT Kharagpur has the largest campus, in addition to the maximum number of departments and the maximum student enrolments.
2. IIT Delhi
Based on its placement records, the IIT Delhi has gained second position in the IDC list. Despite the economic downturn the college has managed excellent placements for the year. With 13 departments, 11 multi-disciplinary centres, and 2 schools of excellence, the institute runs the country’s best Bachelor of Technology program, the Dual Degree Bachelor-cum-Master of Technology program and an Integrated Master of Technology Program. With over 700 courses in the offing, the institute has firmly placed itself as the second best T-School of the country.
3. IIT Madras
Placed third in the list this institute is again one of the very best the country can boast of in technical education. The college was established in the south of India, in 1959, with fundings from the governments of India and the then West Germany. The college provides the best education as well as research facilities in the field of engineering and technology.
4. IIT Kanpur
Completing 50 years since it was first set up in 1959, the IIT Kanpur has secured the fourth position in the IDC list of best T-schools in India. Other than providing the best courses in engineering and technology, the institute has grown to enjoy a reputation of an excellent research centre related to science and engineering, as well as teaching of undergraduates. The institute offers its famous 4 years Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) and 5 year Dual Degree Programmes, which ultimately lead you to the B.Tech-M.Tech degrees. The institute also offers a five year M.Sc programme, admission to which is through the annual Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering.
5. IIT Roorkee
Fifth in position is this Uttrakhand institute, the IIT Roorkee. It is one of the oldest engineering and technology institutes of the nation as it was first established in 1847, by the British and was called the Thomson college of Civil Engineering only to be christened in its present name in 1949. with 11 under graduate courses, five Integrated Dual Degree, three Integrated M.Tech, three Integrated M.Sc., 61 Post Graduate and several Doctoral Programmes, the institute sure has a lot in the offing.
6. IIT Guwahati
Located in the state of Assam this autonomous engineering and technology is sixth in the IDC list. Since it was established in 1990, the institute has the best infrastructure and research provisions on the campus. In addition, its engineering and computing resources are quite latest and up to date with the changing times, as compared to the rest of the institutes in the country.
7. IIIT Hyderabad
An autonomous institute started in 1998; this institute is famous for its stress on research right from the undergraduate level. For the same reason, it is best known as a research university. The institute aims at providing unique, interdisciplinary and quality education in the field of IT. The institute organizes various interactive sessions with industry people, research projects, entrepreneurial courses and personality development sessions for the students to ensure maximum exposure and thus, stands at the seventh position.
8. BITS Pilani
This world famous institute in Pilani, Rajasthan is a premier science and technology institute. It is also the first Indian institute to set up its campus abroad in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The Birla Institute of Technology & Science (BITS), Pilani has been declared as Deemed to be University under Sec. 3 of the UGC Act. The institute is famous for giving admissions completely on merit basis, no reservations work here. It is a completely residential institute and has a flexible academic structure.
9. NIT Karnataka
It is an autonomous varsity founded in 1960 as Karnataka Regional Engineering College, Surathkal. It was later renamed as NIT Karnataka. Admissions to the few 100 B.Tech course seats here are through the AIEEE (All India Engineering Entrance Examination), while Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) is the way to the Post Graduate courses offered by the institute. NIT Karnataka stands ninth in the IDC list.
Tenth in the list, the Institute of Technology – Banaras Hindu University (BHU), in Varanasi is one of the oldest engineering and technology institutes in India. Spread over 1300 acre of land in Varanasi, the campus is beautiful and has by far produced over 22,000 B.Tech graduates, 2700, M.Tech post graduates and 650 PhDs. The institute is now poised as becoming the nation’s 16th IIT.
The government is also contemplating the move to convert many NITs across the nation into IITs due to their excellent performance over the years.