Today, entrance to most professional courses in Indian universities (both private and government) is based on multiple choice question entrance exams.

Some of these exams (particularly the JEE (Main) & JEE (Advanced), CAT and (AIPMT) are considered among the toughest in the world, with lakhs of students competing for a few thousand seats.

Engineering schools in India usually admit 15% of their students through the national-level AIEEE and the remaining 85% based on their scores in the entrance exam conducted by the state in which the college is located.

The renowned Indian Institutes of Technology conduct the notoriously competitive JEE (Main) & JEE (Advanced) which attracts candidates from as far away as Dubai.

The various Engineering Entrance Exams in India are:

  • JEE (Main) & JEE (Advanced)
  • AIEEE
  • BITS – BITSAT
  • Delhi – DCE
  • Uttar Pradesh – UPSEE
  • Rajasthan PET
  • Himachal Pradesh – HP CPET
  • Jammu and Kashmir – J&K CET
  • Madhya Pradesh – MPPET
  • Gujarat – GCET
  • Maharashtra – MHT CET
  • Goa – Goa CET
  • Bihar – BCECE
  • Jharkhand – JCECE
  • West Bengal – WBJEE
  • Assam – AJAT
  • Andhra Pradesh – EAMCET
  • Karnatake  – KCET
  • Kerala – KEAM
  • Railways – SCRA
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