Friday, 29 April 2016

4 Tips to Choose the Perfect Engineering College for Making Your Future

Since ages, engineering and doctoral courses are considered to be golden professions for successful life. India is the largest Engineers’ producing country and as per the data, today India is the second largest in higher education network in the world. With changing technology, education system also has been changed from Gurukul to new modern technology based teaching system.

Engineering colleges in Gurgaon
Engineering colleges in Gurgaon
Learning and knowledge are correlated terms, which go side by side and have imperative value and learning right knowledge from the best educational institute plays a vital role in one’s life. Today, with numerous engineering colleges in Delhi & NCR, it becomes not only daunting but also puzzling task both for the parents and their kids to choose a perfect college. Search for the perfect educational institute starts when a student is in last year of his school education. As they say, “Well begun is half done”, and if an aspiring engineer is able to get into the b tech colleges in Gurgaon in then this will be his first move towards the successful career. So if you, as a parent or a student, are looking for the best engineering college in and around Delhi then here are few tips to help you.
  1. Plan properly to bring the future into present: Smart way to choose best college is to start planning in the last year of higher school education. Talk to parents, seniors, and teachers, collect information from multiple sources, seek their advice, gather information, and explore websites of different best engineering colleges in Delhi NCR. From their experience, you need not to verify the each detail and that will save your time also.
  2. We are our choices: “We are our choices” This is a famous quote by Jean-Paul Sartre which means we are more than our choices than our abilities. Opt for the stream or college of your interest. Don’t opt for the stream, which is forced by parents, siblings, or relatives. Choose for the branch that helps you in attaining your goals and is in line with your strengths. Investigate present and future demand of your dream stream, its job prospects after completing your engineering. For making best decisions clear your values. Collect the data and accordingly make a final call for the career. It’s important to spend quality time in deciding and choosing the best stream in the best engineering college.
  3. Enter the doors of education: Most B.Tech colleges in Delhi NCR are set up by private bodies & trusts. These engineering colleges are affiliated to either central or the state government university. There are also a few private but state-of-the-art universities in the NCR region set up under private universities act. For example Shiv Nadar University, Ansal Univeristy, Galgotias University, G. D. Goenka University, BML Munjal Univeristy etc. are world class universities which run four year B.tech courses as well as integrated courses (B.tech + M.Tech / B.Tech. + MBA) of five years duration. The knowledge of fee structure along with courses, curriculum offered, faculty profiles need to be well understood which could be a deciding factor before joining these institutes.
  4. Infrastructure is far more important than architecture: Last but not the least, infrastructure and resources help a lot in development of one’s growth. So, visit and check the shortlisted B. Tech colleges of your choice and collect the first hand information, talk to people in admission cell about your interest, stream you would like to opt, move around the college, look for the facilities in the workshops, laboratories, hostel facilities latest book and journals available in the library, class rooms, internet facility, computer labs, location of the institute, means of transport (connectivity) to/from the campus etc. 

In summary, it would be quite advisable for an engineering aspirant to keep the above discussed tips in his/her mind before choosing the engineering college of their dreams in Delhi & around. 

All the very best to future engineers!

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