Engineering Entrance Exam

Engineering Entrance Exams

JEE Main Joint Entrance Examination (Main) Results, Question Paper, Answer Key, Apply, Fees, Eligibility Criteria, Exam Dates, Pattern & Syllabus

JEE Advanced Exam (IIT-JEE ) Results, Question Paper, Answer Key, Apply, Fees, Eligibility Criteria, Exam Dates, Pattern & Syllabus

JEE Advanced Exam IIT 

GATE Results, Question Paper, Answer Key, Apply, Fees, Eligibility Criteria, Exam Dates, Pattern & Syllabus

 

 

Andhra Pradesh EAMCET 2017

09th February 2017 to 17th March 2017

24th Apr 2017, 25th Apr 2017, 26th Apr 2017 & 27th April 2017

05th May 2017

AP EAMCET 2017 notification

AP EAMCET 2017 eligibility

AP EAMCET 2017 exam Pattern

Odisha JEE (OJEE) 2017

10th March 2017

14th May 2017 (Sunday)

01st week of June 2017

OJEE 2017 notification

OJEE 2017 Eligibility

OJEE 2017 Exam Pattern

IPU CET Results, Question Paper, Answer Key, Apply, Fees, Eligibility Criteria, Exam Dates, Pattern & Syllabus

28th March 2017 to 03rd July 2017 (tentative)

08th April 2017 to 21st May 2017 (tentative)

25th April 2017 to 02nd June 2017 (tentative)

IPU CET 2017 notification

IPU CET 2017 Eligibility

IPU CET 2017 Exam Pattern

BITSAT Results, Question Paper, Answer Key, Apply, Fees, Eligibility Criteria, Exam Dates, Pattern & Syllabus

COMEDK UGET 2017

13th February 2017 to 20th April 2017

14th May 2017 (Sunday)

29th May 2017

COMEDK UGET 2017 notification

COMEDK UGET 2017 Eligibility

COMEDK UGET 2017 Exam Pattern

Kerala KEAM 2017

January 2017, 1st week to January 2017, last week (tentative)

Paper I (Physics & Chemistry): 24 April 2017 (10:00 to 12:30 hrs)

Paper II (Mathematics): 25 April 2017 (10:00 to 12:30 hrs)

May 2017 last week (tentative)

Kerala KEAM 2017 notification

Kerala KEAM 2017 Eligibility

Kerala KEAM 2017 exam Pattern

Manipal University Online Entrance Test 2017

02nd November 2016 to 11th March 2017

11th April 2017 to 21st May 2017

On or Before 26th May 2017

MUOET 2017 notification

MUOET 2017 Eligibility

MUOET 2017 Exam Pattern

VITEEE 2017

November 2016 To March 2017

05th April 2017 to 16th April 2017 (Wednesday to Sunday)

before 24th April 2017

VITEEE 2017 notification

VITEEE 2017 Eligibility

VITEEE 2017 Exam Pattern

Amrita Engineering Entrance Examination AEEE 2017

20th October 2016 (Thursday) to 31st March 2017 (Friday) 

Computer Based Test (CBT) - Online: 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd April 2017 (Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday) 
Pen and Paper Based Test (P & P): 29th April 2017 (Saturday) 

May 2017 (Friday)

AEEE 2017 notification

AEEE 2017 Eligibility

AEEE 2017 Exam Pattern

SRMJEEE 2017 - SRM Engineering Entrance Examination

March 2017

April 2017

May 2017

SRMJEEE 2017 notification

SRMJEEE 2017 Eligibility

SRMJEEE 2017 Exam Pattern

Telangana EAMCET 2017

February to March 2017

first week of May 2017

May 2017

TS EAMCET 2017 notification

TS EAMCET 2017 Eligibility

TS EAMCET 2017 Exam Pattern

West Bengal JEE (WBJEEM) 2017

05th January 2017  to 04th February 2017 

Paper-I (Mathematics) [11:00 a.m. to 1.00 pm] - 23rd April 2017 
Paper-II (Physics & Chemistry) [02.00 pm to 04.00 pm] – 23rd April 2017 

05th June 2017 (tentative)

WBJEEM 2017 notification

WBJEEM 2017 Eligibility

WBJEEM 2017 Exam Pattern

GOA CET 2017

March to April 2017

09th May 2017 to 10th May 2017

June 2017

GOA CET 2017 notification

GOA CET 2017 Eligibility

GOA CET 2017 Exam Pattern

NERIST Entrance Exam NEE 2017

January to March 2017

April 2017

May 2017

NEE 2017 notification

GEEE 2017

07th January 2017 to 31st May 2017 

11th June 2017 (Sunday) 

19th June 2017

GEEE 2017 notification

GEEE 2017 Eligibility

GEEE 2017 Exam Pattern

NMU Jalgaon M Tech (Pharmaceuticals Chemistry and Technology) Admission Test 2017

June 2017 to July 2017 (Tentative)

July 2017 last week (Tentative)

August 2017 (Tentative)

NMU 2017 notification

GAT 2017

09th to 13th April 2017

16th to 30th April 2017

05th May 2017

GAT 2017 notification

GAT 2017 Eligibility

GAT 2017 Exam Pattern

JECRC Engineering Entrance Exam 2017 (B.Tech)

April to May 2017 (Tentative)

June 2017, 1st week (Tentative)

July 2017

JECRC 2017 notification

 

APIIT NAT 2017

October 2016 to May 2017 (Tentative)

June 2017, 1st week (Tentative)

July 2017

APIIT NAT 2017 notification

APIIT NAT 2017 Eligibility

 

JNEE 2017

December 2016 to May 2017

June 2017, 2nd week (Tentative)

July 2017

JNEE 2017 notification

 

HPCET 2017

March to May 2017

May 2017, 2nd week (B.Tech) June 2017, 1st week (M.Tech) (Tentative)

July 2017

HPCET 2017 notification

HPCET 2017 Eligibility

HPCET 2017 Exam Pattern

AP PGECET 2017

March 2017 to April 2017

May 2017 last week (Tentative)

June 2017

AP PGECET 2017 notification

AP PGECET 2017 Eligibility

AP PGECET 2017 Exam Pattern

UPSEE 2017

February 2017 to March 2017

For Paper 1, 2, 3 & 4 - April 2017

For Paper 5, 6, 7 & 8 - April 2017

For Paper 9, 10, 11 & 12 - April 2017

May 2017

UPSEE 2017 notification

UPSEE 2017 Exam Pattern

KTE B.Tech Lateral Entry

March 2017

May 2017 last week (Tentative)

June 2017

KTE B.Tech Lateral Entry notification

KTE B.Tech Lateral Entry Exam Pattern

Tripura JEE (TJEE) 2017

26th December 2016 to 25th January 2017

April 2017 last week (Tentative)

April 2017

TJEE 2017 notification

TJEE 2017 Eligibility

TJEE 2017 Exam Pattern

Panjab University Lateral Entry Entrance Test (PULEET) 2017

May 2017 to June 2017

1st week of July 2017

last week of July 2017

PULEET 2017 notification

PULEET 2017 Eligibility

PULEET 2017 Exam Pattern

HITSEEE 2017

April 2017

April and May 2017

May 2017

HITSEEE 2017 notification

HITSEEE 2017 Eligibility

 

SAAT 2017

January 2017

May 2017, 1st week (Tentative)

June 2017

SAAT 2017 notification

SAAT 2017 Eligibility

SAAT 2017 Exam Pattern

LPUNEST 2017

December 2016 to February 2017

15th April 2017 to 30th April 2017

May 2017

LPUNEST 2017 notification

PESSAT 2017

October 2016

January 2017 - July 2017

first week after taking the test

PESSAT 2017 notification

PESSAT 2017 Eligibility

PESSAT 2017 Exam Pattern

KLUEEE 2017

Nov 2016 to April 2017

April 2017 last week (written)
May 2017, 2nd week (online) (Tentative)

May 2017

KLUEEE 2017 notification

 

V-SAT 2017

Nov 2016 to April 2017

April 2017 last week (Tentative)

May 2017

V-SAT 2017 notification

V-SAT 2017 Eligibility

V-SAT 2017 Exam Pattern

AIEED 2017

December 2016

Online Entrance Exam: December 2016 to  February 2017

Centre Based Entrance Exam: January 2017

February 2017

AIEED 2017 notification

AIEED 2017 Eligibility

AIEED 2017 Exam Pattern

Karnataka KRLMPCA announces UG CET 2017

May 2017

May 2017

June 2017

KRLMPCA UGCET 2017 notification

 

DTU Delhi MTech Entrance Exam 2017

May to June 2017

April 2017, 1st week (Tentative)

June 2017

DTU MTech  2017 notification

 

IIIT Delhi MTech Entrance 2017

March to April 2017

April 2017 last week (Tentative)

May 2017

IIIT Delhi 2017 notification

 

BITS Mesra ME M.Tech Entrance Exam 2017

April to June 2017

02nd week of July 2017

July 2017

BITS 2017 Notification

 

 

Himachal Pradesh Polytechnic Admission Test 2017

April to May 2017

May 2017, 2nd week(Tentative)

May 2017

HPPAT 2017 Notification

HPPAT 2017 Eligibility

HPPAT 2017 Exam Pattern

Uttarakhand State Entrance Examination (UKSEE) 2017

May 2017

May 2017 last week (Tentative)

June 2017

UKSEE 2017 Notification

UKSEE 2017 Eligibility

UKSEE 2017 Exam Pattern

Telangana PGECET 2017

March to April 2017

June 2017, 1st week (Tentative)

June 2017

PGECET 2017 Notification

PGECET 2017 Eligibility

PGECET 2017 Exam Pattern

School of Planning and Architecture, Bhopal PG & doctoral admissions

May 2017

June 2017

June 2017

SPA Bhopal PG & Doctoral admission notification 2017

SPA Bhopal PG & Doctor admission 2017 Eligibility

IIIT Vadodara M.Tech and Phd 2017

April to May 2017

For M.Tech: June 2017, last week (Tentative)

For Phd: 28th - 29th & 30th November 2016

June 2017

IIIT Vadodara M. Tech and PhD 2017 notification

IIIT Vadodara M.Tech and PhD 2017 Eligibility

IIIT Vadodara M.Tech and PhD 2017 Selection Process

TYPES OF ENGINEERING

Brief description of major types of engineering programs

Aerospace

Aerospace engineers design, analyze, model, simulate, and test aircraft, spacecraft, satellites, missiles, and rockets. Aerospace technology also extends to many other applications of objects moving within gases or liquids. Examples are golf balls, high-speed trains, hydrofoil ships, or tall buildings in the wind. As an aerospace engineer, you might work on the Orion space mission, which plans on putting astronauts on mars by 2020. Or, you might be involved in developing a new generation of space telescopes, the source of some of our most significant cosmological discoveries. But outer space is just one of many realms to explore as an aerospace engineer. You might develop commercial airliners, military jets, or helicopters for our airways. And getting even more down-to-earth, you could design the latest ground and sea transportation, including high-speed trains, racing cars, or deep-sea vessels that explore life at the bottom of the ocean.

Agricultural and Biological

Agricultural engineers apply knowledge of engineering technology and science to agriculture and the efficient use of biological resources. In addition to creating advances in farming and agriculture, agricultural engineers apply engineering design and analysis to protecting natural resources, develop power systems to support agriculture, and provide environmental controls.

Audio

Most people take the sounds we hear every day for granted. But it may surprise you to learn that the creation of audio is a unique endeavor that blends both art and science. Did you ever stop to think how they created the sounds in a video game, a movie, tv show, or at a concert? there are literally thousands of different jobs available in this field that are as rewarding as they are challenging. There are many career choices in the field of audio engineering. Perhaps you are a musician, are interested in electronics and sound, or like the idea of working with people who produce and perform in the many fields of entertainment. You will find challenging and fulfilling work in audio engineering.

Bioengineering and Biochemical

Bioengineers study living systems and apply that knowledge to solve various problems. they study the safety of food supplies, keep desirable organisms alive in fermentation processes, and design biologically based sensors. Bioengineering is widely used to destroy waste and clean up contaminated soil and water. These engineers contribute greatly to human health and the environment.

Biomedical

Biomedical engineers study biology and medicine to develop technologies related to health care. they develop medical diagnostic machines, medical instruments, artificial organs, joint replacement parts, and prosthetic devices. Rapid advances in these areas will undoubtedly continue throughout your lifetime.

Ceramic and Materials

Ceramic and materials engineers solve problems by relying on their creative and technical skills, making useful products in many forms from common as well as exotic materials. Every day we use a multitude of these products. Each time we talk on the phone, use a computer, or heat food in a microwave oven, we are using products made possible by the inventions and designs of engineers working with ceramics and other materials.

Chemical

Everything around us—including us—is made of chemicals. Chemical changes can be used to produce all kinds of useful products. Chemical engineers discover and manufacture better plastics, paints, fuels, fibers, medicines, fertilizers, semiconductors, paper, and all other kinds of chemicals. Chemical engineers also play an important role in protecting the environment, inventing cleaner technologies, calculating environmental impacts, and studying the fate of chemicals in the environment.

Civil

What would it feel like to have the expertise to build a school that could withstand an earthquake, a road system that puts an end to chronic traffic jams, or a sports stadium that offers everyone a great view? As a civil engineer, your job would be to oversee the construction of the buildings and infrastructure that make up our world: highways, skyscrapers, railways, bridges, and water reservoirs, as well as some of the most spectacular and high-profile of all engineering feats—think of the world’s tallest building, the towering Burj Khalifa in Dubai, or the Chunnel, the thirty-one-mile-long tunnel beneath the English Channel. Civil engineers are fond of saying that it’s architects who put designs on paper, but it’s engineers who actually get things built.

Computer

Computer engineering is the design, construction, implementation, and maintenance of computers and computer-controlled equipment for the benefit of humankind. Most universities offer computer engineering as either a degree program of its own or as a sub-discipline of electrical engineering. With the widespread use and integration of computers into our everyday lives, it’s hard to separate what an electrical engineer needs to know and what a computer engineer needs to know. Because of this, several universities offer a dual degree in both electrical and computer engineering.

Electrical

As an electrical engineer, you could develop components for some of the most fun things in our lives (mP3 players, digital cameras, or roller coasters), as well as the most essential (medical tests or communications systems). This largest field of engineering encompasses the macro (huge power grids that light up cities, for example), as well as the micro (including a device smaller than a millimeter that tells a car’s airbags when to inflate).As an electrical engineer, you might work on robotics, computer networks, wire-less communications, or medical imaging—areas that are at the very forefront of technological innovation.

Environmental

Environmental engineering is the study of ways to protect the environment. Most of us care deeply about stopping pollution and protecting our natural resources. Imagine yourself having more than just a passion for saving our environment, but also possessing the actual know-how to do something about these alarming problems! As an environmental engineer, you’ll make a real difference in the survival of our planet by finding ways of cleaning up our oceans, rivers, and drinking water, developing air pollution equipment, designing more effective recycling systems, or discovering safe ways to dispose of toxic waste.

Geological and Geophysical

Geological and geophysical engineers draw on the science of geology to study the earth, using engineering principles to seek and develop deposits of natural resources and design foundations for large buildings, bridges, and other structures. Related engineering fields include civil, mineral, mining, and petroleum.

Industrial/ Manufacturing

Industrial engineers determine the most effective ways to use people, machines, materials, information, and energy to make a product or to provide a service. Sometimes they are called “efficiency experts.” Manufacturing means making things. Manufacturing engineers direct and coordinate the processes for making things—from the beginning to the end. As businesses try to make products better and at less cost, it turns to manufacturing engineers to find out how. Manufacturing engineers work with all aspects of manufacturing from production control to materials handling to automation. the assembly line is the domain of the manufacturing engineer. Machine vision and robotics are some of the more advanced technologies in the manufacturing engineers’ toolkit.

Marine and Ocean

These engineering fields are closely related, and deal with the design of ocean vehicles, marine propulsion systems, and marine structures such as harbors, docks, and offshore drilling platforms. these engineers are exploring and developing the natural resources and transportation systems of the ocean. For example, 200 miles off the coast of Washington state, a research ship hovers on the sea’s surface, manipulated by navigational satellites hundreds of miles above. A thin cable of fiberoptic strands and electrical conductors connects the ship to a remotely piloted robotic vehicle on the seafloor 7,000 feet below as it shoots live, high-definition video of volcanic smoker vents and strange life-forms. The video is linked in real time to a communications satellite 22,500 miles above and, from there, into classrooms coast to coast.

Mechanical

As a mechanical engineer, you might develop a bike lock or an aircraft carrier, a child’s toy or a hybrid car engine, a wheelchair or a sailboat—in other words, just about anything you can think of that involves a mechanical process, whether it’s a cool, cutting-edge product or a life-saving medical device. Mechanical engineers are often referred to as the general practitioners of the engineering profession, since they work in nearly every area of technology, from aerospace and automotive, to computers and biotechnology.

Mining

Mining engineers study all phases of extracting mineral deposits from the earth. They design mines and related equipment and supervise their construction and operation. They also work to minimize the environmental effects of mining. These engineers supply energy and rare materials to meet the world’s needs.

Nuclear

Nuclear engineers harness the power of the atom to benefit humankind. They search for efficient ways to capture and put to beneficial use those tiny natural bursts of energy resulting from sub-atomic particles that break apart molecules. As a nuclear engineer, you may be challenged by problems in consumer and industrial power, space exploration, water supply, food supply, environment and pollution, health, and transportation. Participation in these broad areas may carry you into many exciting and challenging careers. These may include interaction of radiation with matter, radiation measurements, radioisotope production and use, reactor engineering, and fusion reactors and materials.

Petroleum

Petroleum engineers study the earth to find oil and gas reservoirs. They design oil wells, storage tanks, and transportation systems. They supervise the construction and operation of oil and gas fields. Petroleum engineers are researching new technologies to allow more oil and gas to be extracted from each well. They help supply the world’s need for energy and chemical raw materials.

 

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