List of Engineering Colleges in Hyderabad
The JEE Main score will determine admission to B.Tech and B.Arch programs in Hyderabad. Candidates who wish to enroll in an IIT institution must pass the JEE Advanced examination. Candidates will also apply for the AP EAMCET and the TS EAMCET exams to get into engineering programs. Candidates must take the AP ECET and TS ECET exams to be admitted to the B.Tech (LE) program. Some reputable universities, including BITSAT, GITAM GAT, and others, will hold their entrance exams for admission to B.Tech programs. The GATE scorecard will be used to determine admission to the postgraduate engineering program.
1. Indian Institute Technology, Hyderabad
The Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad (IITH) is a government-run institute founded in 2009. It was opened by Sonia Gandhi, the chairperson of the United Progressive Alliance (UPA). The MHRD and AICTE have given their approval to the IITH. In the sphere of research and development, the campus is a leader.
IIT-Hyderabad offers 36 academic engineering, applied science, and humanities academic programs, including 7 B. Tech courses, 8 M.Tech courses, 3 M.Sc programs, 6 M.Phill programs, and 12 Ph.D. programs. More than 1000 students from various departments attend the IITM.
2. International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad
In 1998, the International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad (IIIT-H) was founded as a nonprofit public-private partnership organization. The IIIT-H is situated on 66 acres of land on the Old Bombay Highway in Gachibowli Town, Hyderabad, in the state of Andhra Pradesh. It is India's first IIIT to be established under this approach. The MHRD, UGC, has accepted the IIIT-H as an autonomous university.
In the subject of engineering and technology, the IIIT-H provides two B. Tech programs, six M.Tech degree programs, and ten Ph.D. programs in diverse fields. MS and dual degree programs in engineering and humanities are available at the college. The IIIT-H has well-equipped labs and workshops, a central computer center, and a central library.
3. Birla Institute of Technology and Sciences, Hyderabad
The Pilani-Hyderabad Campus of the Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) was founded in 2008 as a private, self-financing institution. The BITS Pilani campus is located on the Jawahar Nagar in Shameerpet Mandal in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, and spans 200 acres.
In 11 fields of research, the BITS Pilani campus offers B.Pharm (Hons. ), 8 B.Tech programs, 6 M.Sc programs, 7 M.Tech programs, M.Pharm, M.Phill, and Ph.D. programs. Every year, 700 spaces are available for admission in all programs at the BITS Pilani campus, which serves roughly 2800 students and 140 faculty members from all disciplines.
4. Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology, Hyderabad
Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology (CBIT) was founded in 1979 by the Chaitanya Bharathi Educational Society as a private, self-supporting institution. The college is associated with Osmania University in Hyderabad and is AICTE-approved and NAAC and NBA-accredited. The CBIT campus is located on the banks of Osman Sagar Lake in Gandipet, Andhra Pradesh's Hyderabad district.
The CBIT campus offers nine undergraduate and graduate programs in engineering and technology and an MCA and MBA program. Currently, the CBIT is accepting applications for 1178 seats as the annual intake for all programs. There are 246 faculty members and 125 non-teaching staff members on campus.
5. Osmania University - College of Engineering, Hyderabad
Osmania University - College of Engineering (OUCE) was founded in 1929 as a private, self-financing institution on the university campus, 11 years after Osmania University was founded. In 1994, the University College of Engineering became an autonomous institution, recognized by the UGC and certified by the NAAC. The University College of Engineering is part of a large campus that spans 1300 acres and includes seven other university colleges.
This university offers full-time engineering and technology programs, including six B. Tech programs, 18 M.Tech programs, and an MCA program. In addition, the college offers part-time M.Tech programs in ten engineering specialties. Every year, the institution offers 895 spots for admission to all programs.
6. VNR Vignana Jyothi Institute of Engineering and Technology, Hyderabad
VNR Vignana Jyothi Institute of Engineering and Technology (VNRVJIET) is a self-supporting private institute. The Vignana Jyothi Society founded the college in the year 1995. JNTU Hyderabad was the institution's affiliation. The NAAC Bangalore and NBA have both approved the campus. The VNRVJIET campus is located in Bachupally Village in the Nizampet area of Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh.
The VNRVJIET campus offers B.Tech programs in eight engineering disciplines and M.Tech programs in 12 engineering and technology specialties. Engineering and science laboratories, workshops, a computer center, a large library, an auditorium, a seminar hall, and separate hostels for boys and females are all available on the VNRVJIET campus.
7. CVR College of Engineering, Hyderabad
The Cherabuddi Educational Society founded CVR College of Engineering (CVRCE) in 2001 as a private, self-financing institution. The NBA and the AICTE both accredit the college. The campus encompasses 33 acres of land. Vastu Nagar is located in Mangalpalli Village, Rangareddy Town, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh.
In engineering and technology, the CVRCE campus offers B.Tech programs in seven engineering disciplines and M.Tech programs in six specialties. 245 faculty members from various departments make up the college's faculty.
8. Vasavi College of Engineering, Hyderabad
Vasavi College of Engineering (VCE) was founded in 1981 by the Vasavi Academy of Education as a private, self-supporting institution (Society). The VCE is connected with Osmania University and authorized by the AICTE and the Ministry of Human Resources Development. The VCE is located in Ibrahimnagar, Hyderabad, near the Golconda Fort. The complex covers a total area of 13.6 acres.
In the realm of engineering and technology, the VCE offers six B. Tech programs, five M.Tech programs, and one MCA program. The VCE campus now has 756 places for annual admission in all programs. The site has a co-educational facility and transportation, an ATM, and a sports complex.
9. Maturi Venkata Subba Rao Engineering College, Hyderabad
MVSREC was a Maturi Venkata Subba Rao Engineering College founded in 1981. The college is a self-supporting, private institution. The Matrusri Education Society founded the college. The AICTE and the Ministry of HRD have approved the institution associated with Osmania University. The campus is located at Nadergul, Saroornagar Mandal, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, between the Inner Ring Road and the Outer Ring Road.
The B.Tech program in seven engineering disciplines, the M.Tech program in three engineering specialties, the MCA program, and the MBA program are all offered at the MVSREC campus.