With 39,050 higher education institutes across the country (as per the data by Ministry of Human Resource Development), it is tough for the students to determine which college best suits their needs. Moreover, the huge number of institutes in the country makes it quite tough for the aspirants to be informed about faculty members, research-based learning and engineering colleges across the country.
With almost all career streams, becoming tough to contest for by each passing year, sending one’s wards to the most suitable and useful edifice of engineering education has become literally a Herculean task.
At the same time, it is also difficult to determine the best available option and the benchmark for deciding the same. A college well boasted of may or may not good enough to send one’s young child there. Are there some yardsticks to evaluate any engineering institute considering future challenges of academics and professional career?
In view of the increasing competition for top professional institutes across the country, digitalLEARNING magazine’s “Top Private Engineering Institutes of India Ranking 2019” can play a significant role in shaping the opinions of current and potential students, parents, and employers about the quality of engineering colleges of the country.
“Top Private Engineering Institutes of India Ranking 2019” by digitalLEARNING, Asia and Middle East’s premier magazine on innovation in education, has been done on the basis of various parameters like student admissions, competence of faculty, campus infrastructure, placements etc and also taking readers’ voting into account.
The purpose of ranking the engineering colleges of the country is to provide youth with the best choices in engineering education which not only limited to getting them jobs but also help them to become the vibrant minds for the nation. The perception based ranking is for all those, who are somehow attached to an engineering college i.e. parents, teachers, educators or the school management.
• Students and Admissions
• Campus Infrastructure and Facilities
• Global Collaborations
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