When asked which engineering subject among Physics, Chemistry and Math is the toughest, each one has his/her own opinion. And each individual view differs from the next. And it’s only when you start studying these subjects yourself that you get to identify firsthand your toughest subject in engineering. Which is the toughest subject in engineering?
India is home to some of the best engineering colleges in the world. Apart from the premier engineering institutes like the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and the Indian Institute of Science (IISC), there are Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs), National Institutes of Technology (NITs), other Government Funded Technical Institutes (GFTIs), several other state funded and self-financed engineering institutions in the country. While many states and institutes have their own engineering entrance exams, getting into the top engineering colleges like IITs, IISC, BITS Pilani, NITs, etc. needs one to crack national level entrance exams like JEE Main, JEE Advanced, BITSAT, etc. Find out everything you need to know about these engineering entrance exams in these section.
Preparation for IIT JEE requires lot of hard work and determination. You have to be ready to even go through many sleepless nights to finish the vast JEE syllabus. But simply completing the syllabus is not enough! If you want to have an edge over your counterparts you need to step up your game. This
The NITs are among the top engineering institutes in India and are declared to be ‘institutes of national importance’ by an Act of Parliament. There are altogether 31 NITs across the country. In order to get into any of these top engineering colleges, you need to clear the JEE Main entrance examination. The JEE Main
As the JoSAA counselling for admission to various engineering colleges, including the IITs, come to a close, every IIT aspirant’s attention is set on the JEE Advanced Cut Off 2017. The cut off marks are the qualifying marks that a student requires in order to qualify for a seat allocation in the IITs. Battling against
Students, brace yourselves. Winter is coming; and by “winter” I mean “exams”. Yes, it’s only a few months before the exam season is on us again so, for those of you who seem to think that two years of studying can be completed in two days, it’s about time you wake up! I’m not trying
Every year 14-15 lakhs of students appear for the JEE Main but only a handful of them get through to the top engineering colleges in the country. For engineering aspirants, the primary task is hunting that coaching institute down – one that will help them perform their best and score their maximum. For them to
BITSAT is one of India’s the top engineering entrance exams that is conducted by the Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS). The scores of BITSAT decide your fate of getting admissions into one of these esteemed Institutes, BITS Pilani, Hyderabad, and Goa. In order to secure a seat in anyone of these colleges, a
Attacking the IIT JEE paper is by no means a small task. To crack the JEE with the hopes to land in one of the IITs means understanding the paper and how best it can be beaten. As we always say at Embibe, smart work trumps hard work. When you sit for a JEE exam,
Birla Institute of Technology and Science Aptitude Test (BITSAT) is an entrance test for students who seek admission in BITS Pilani. BITS Pilani is India’s most renowned and reputed private college for engineering and higher studies. The college is known for its campus facilities, world class infrastructure, diverse student base and experienced faculty members. It
Dropping a year to prepare for the IIT JEE is an option quite a number of students opt for. It could be due to dissatisfaction with their board results or the need for a long term preparation plan to crack the IIT JEE. Whatever the reason is for their option to drop, the goal is