Top Engineering Colleges in South India 2019

Have you passed 12th standard? Do you want to go for engineering education after 12th? If yes, this post will be of help to you. Here, I’ve listed down some of the best engineering colleges in South India. The list consists of both Government and Private engineering colleges.

Engineering Colleges South India

In this post, you will find the names of prominent engineering colleges in South India. Apart from the names of institutes, you will also find additional information such as – types of engineering courses, duration, eligibility, scope, career prospects and admission process.

 

Engineering education is a very popular choice among 12th Science passed students. It is not uncommon to see them apply for undergraduate engineering courses such as B.E., B.Tech. or integrated programs (B.E./B.Tech. + M.E./M.Tech. or B.E./B.Tech. + MBA).

 

South India is home to some of the best engineering colleges and Universities in India. It is home to some of the premier institutes such as IITs and NITs!

 

South India consists of the following states and Union Territories –

  • Kerala
  • Tamil Nadu
  • Karnataka
  • Telangana
  • Andhra Pradesh
  • Puducherry
  • Andaman & Nicobar Islands
  • Lakshadweep

 

This list consists of state-wise list of engineering colleges. It is a clickable list. You may click on the desired state or UT. It will take you to a new page that contains the names of engineering colleges in that particular state/UT.

 

Here’s the list of colleges –

 

State-wise list of engineering colleges in South India 2019

 

Click on the state you are interested in. It will take you to a page that contains the names of popular engineering colleges in that state. The list features the names of both Government and private engineering colleges.

 

Types of engineering colleges

There exists two main types of engineering colleges in South India –

  • Government engineering colleges
  • Private engineering colleges

 

This classification has been carried out on the basis of the entity that manages the college. For example – Government colleges are taken care of by the State or Central Government. Private engineering colleges are managed and funded by private charitable trusts and organizations.

 

These engineering colleges are known to offer different types of engineering courses. Let us take a closer look at the main types of engineering courses –

 

Types of engineering courses

Based on the academic level, engineering courses in South India can be classified into the following types –

  • UG
  • PG
  • Doctoral Degree

 

UG stands for undergraduate level. PG stands for postgraduate level.

 

B.E./B.Tech. is the most popular engineering course in India. It is an undergraduate level engineering education program. Students who have passed 12th science with PCM subjects are eligible to pursue most of the B.E. or B.Tech. programs. Some B.E. or B.Tech. programs have different eligibility criteria and subject requirement. The course is 4 years long.

 

Diploma in Engineering is a Diploma certificate program. The course is 3 years long. Students who have passed 10th standard are eligible to apply for admission.

 

M.E. or M.Tech. is a Master’s Degree course. The academic program is 2 years long. Students who have completed relevant B.E. or B.Tech. program OR equivalent qualification are eligible to apply for M.E. or M.Tech. admission.

 

Apart from the above mentioned formats, other notable course formats include –

  • PG Diploma programs
  • PG Certificate programs
  • PhD

 

Admission Process

In order to obtain a merit or Government seat, one must crack relevant engineering exam. These exams are conducted at State, National and College levels. A merit list is prepared to facilitate admission process. It is prepared on the basis of candidates’ performance in the entrance exam. Seats are distributed among students on the basis of their position in the merit list.

Share this awesome article!
Facebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedin

Leave a Reply