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Technology plays a vital role in minimizing lots of load from a human. It makes us connect with innovation skills that are unknown by our brains.To help the upcoming generation and building an interest in such technologies, I believe they need to get aware of the branch and its related colleges to study more deeply and gain a new perspective in this stream. In my consideration, the top 10 colleges available for studying Bachelor’s of engineering in Electronics and Instrumentation stream includes-
IIT, Kharagpur, was established in 1951 by the Government of India. It has been recognized as Institute of National Importance.
Candidates who have secured 75% marks in 10+2 examinations and cleared JEE main which is followed by JEE Advanced are eligible to pursue B.Tech from this prestigious college. And, candidates belonging to the Sc/St category will be given the concession of 10% of marks during admission.
Also, the students who will be qualifying the JEE Main followed by JEE Advanced; they can further study for B.Tech+M.Tech course in this particular branch.
The fees for these 4 years of Bachelor’s degree will be Rs. 8, 47,500 which include 8 semesters fee and the hostel accommodation fees.
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NIT, Tiruchirappalli, also known as NIT, Trichy, was established in 1964. The university is the most prestigious and among the oldest universities across India. The university provides a degree in B.Tech, B.Arch, Management courses, and science and technology.
The candidate must have completed 10+2 from the Science stream, with 75% and above marks. The candidate must have cleared the JEE Mains and also shown a positive score in JoSAA Counseling.
The total for the program will be 5, 76,000 INR for General Category, and 40,050 INR for SC/ST Category.
VIT was founded by G.Vishwanathan in the year 1969. It includes 20 undergraduates, 34 postgraduate, and 4 integrated and 4 research programs.
The eligible candidate must have 60% marks in 10+2 and has also cleared VITEEE for the selection in electronics and instrumentation stream.
The 4-year degree course can be completed in 6.95 lakh INR.
And, VIT organizes the scholarship scheme for its BE students, i.e. GV School Development Program.
This scheme selects toppers from each state board and central board while allowing them with a 100% tuition fee waiver for all four years.
Also, the candidates’ holding-
SRM University is a deemed university founded in 1985. The campus comprises of SRM Medical college hospital and research center, College for Science and Humanities, School of Management and many more.
For admission, the candidate must have secured at least 50% marks in 10+2 Science Stream. If the student has achieved to that then he/she can appear SRMJEE (UG) which comprises of Physics, Chemistry, Math’s, English, and Aptitude.
The tuition fees for the candidates applying for a Bachelor’s Degree in EI would be 2, 50,000 INR, excluding hostel fees.
MIT is a private technical education and research institute, which was founded in 1957. This Centre provides with Graduate, Undergraduate and Postgraduate degrees.
The candidate must have at least 50% marks in 12th and must have qualified the MET Exam.
The major fee required for the further studies in Manipal under Electronics and Instrumentation branch is 13, 10,000 INR for the four years.
BITS is the technical and science institute that was founded in 1929. It is among the top Indian technical and science universities.
It started its expansion in India and abroad in 2000.
BITS Pilani eventually has the centers for Pharmacies, mechanics, computer technology, and construction engineering.
The candidate willing to apply for a Bachelor’s degree for Electronics and Instrumentation should have 75% marks in the 12th board. And then must have qualified in the BITSAT exam.
The fee structure mainly comprises of 3.91Lakhs per annum.
Mainly it is 47,800 INR for one semester.
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