ECE remains preferred Engineering Specialization

Of the several specializations in Engineering, Electronics and Communications Engineering (ECE) remains the most preferred specialization. Taking in count of number of seats occupied in Engineering Colleges across different states, most number of seats are filled in ECE Branch. Though India is marked as country with more IT job opportunities, the Computer Science & Engineering … Read moreECE remains preferred Engineering Specialization

Engineering seats lying vacant across several States; AP takes the top spot

Several states in India are facing low student enrollments, the Engineering Colleges are so many that even if all eligible students from any CET take seats there will be many more left unoccupied. In Andhra Pradesh alone nearly 100,000 seats have no takers, 22 Engineering Colleges have not even filled a single seat. The number … Read moreEngineering seats lying vacant across several States; AP takes the top spot

Priority to board exams a must for MPC Students

Take your board exams seriously, IITs & NITs have done away with the old selection process which had a minimum eligibility percentage in board exams plus merit in IITJEE & AIEEE respectively. If you are among those aspirants putting all your efforts to ace new JEE, make sure to have theoretical knowledge and be strong … Read morePriority to board exams a must for MPC Students

25% of Engineering Students Doesn’t Possess English Comprehension Skills – Study

According to a study conducted by ‘Aspiring Minds‘ an education, training and employment assessment company, 25% of the engineering students doesn’t possess English comprehension skills. 55000 engineering graduates were evaluated based on a Aspiring Minds Computer Aptitude Test (ACMAT) in 2011 and the key findings are as below: More than 25% engineers do not possess … Read more25% of Engineering Students Doesn’t Possess English Comprehension Skills – Study

AP Engg Colleges Trouble Continues

Despite the second phase of EAMCET counseling in the State, the trouble for the Andhra Pradesh Engineering Colleges still continues. The second phase of counseling concluded on September 9, 2011 and fresh allotments has been made yesterday. It really had not helped the State based Engineering Colleges, as many as 160,000 seats still remain vacant … Read moreAP Engg Colleges Trouble Continues