Top 10 BTech Colleges in India
The competition for admission to the nation's esteemed engineering institutes begins as the school year for 2022 comes to an end and 2023 starts. Students took the IIT-JEE exams just a few days ago, all over the nation. There are many other engineering schools in India that are just as good in terms of academic environment and infrastructure as the IITs, which are unquestionably among the best in the country.
A list of India's top engineering schools was recently published by the IT magazine Dataquest. The list of top engineering schools is based on the magazine's yearly survey of those schools, which rates them according to a number of factors, including academic environment, campus placements, and infrastructure. It also reveals some surprises, even though IITs continue to dominate the list as usual. Here is the list of Top 10 B.Tech Colleges in India:
1. IIT Bombay
IIT Mumbai is ranked first on the list of the best engineering colleges of 2011, having been founded in 1958 with assistance from UNESCO and the former Soviet Union. With a final score of 28.6 out of 40, the college earns the No. 2 position in the placement-wise category.
IIT Mumbai's placement report is cited in the survey as saying, "IIT Bombay went into its placement season in 2021-2022 with high hopes amid optimistic signs of the economy's recovery and increased hiring. Over 950 jobs have been offered through on-campus and pre-placement offers, and about 250 organizations took part in the campus placement."
According to DQ, IIT-B plays an aggressive role in research and industry-institute collaboration. The institute and the industry are collaborating on research projects that are country-specific, the report claims. A project involving Open Collaboration Research (OCR) was also carried out in partnership with IBM.
Infrastructural quality and academic atmosphere are also strong points for IIT Bombay. The university also receives the most funding from alumni. Engineering, pure sciences, design, management, and humanities are among the courses that the institute offers. Due to its proximity to the Sanjay Gandhi National Park, the campus has a significant green cover and is mostly untouched by the pollution of the rest of the city. The proximity of the campus to the national park has also led to occasional sightings of leopards and mugger crocodiles along the banks of Powai Lake.
Sometimes they stray into the campus in search of prey. The campus has also recorded over 200 species of birds including the Indian grey hornbill, Indian pitta, Vigors's sunbird, Ashy Prinia, Indian paradise flycatcher, Rufous woodpecker, and Oriental darter.
2. IIT Madras
IIT Madras jumped two spots from its 2010 ranking to take the No. 2 spot on the list of the best engineering colleges of 2023. In terms of placement, the college receives 28.6 out of 40 ratings. IIT Madras made a remarkable rise to No. 3 in the placement category, moving up from No. 11 the year before, according to the DQ survey.
The college came in second place, behind the National Institute of Technology Karnataka Surathkal, in the industry interface ranking, with a score of 3.7 out of 5. IIT Madras receives an excellent rating on industry-academia collaborations, according to a DQ survey. IIT Madras comes in second in terms of the academic environment, with IIT Kharagpur taking first place. After IIT-Bombay, the college came in second place in terms of infrastructure.
3. IIT Delhi
The Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, ranks at No.3 on the list, slipping one position from the 2010 rankings. On the placement front, the college bags the No. 6 spot with a score of 25.9 on a scale of 40. In terms of the academic environment, industry interface, and infrastructure, the college bags the third spot.
Like all other IITs, IIT Delhi is best known for its undergraduate programs, which include an Integrated Master of Technology Program, a dual-degree Bachelor of Technology/Master of Technology Program, and a Bachelor of Technology program. The primary campus of IIT Delhi is located in Hauz Khas, South Delhi, with Sonipat and Jhajjar being the two satellite campuses.
The campus of 325 acres (132 ha) is surrounded by the Hauz Khas area and monuments such as the Qutub Minar and Lotus Temple. The campus is also close to other educational institutions such as the Jawaharlal Nehru University, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, National Institute of Fashion Technology, National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT), and Indian Statistical Institute.
4. IIT Kharagpur
IIT Kharagpur is now ranked No. 4 on the list of India's Best Engineering Colleges, down from No. 3 in 2010. The college comes in at No. 7 with a placement score of 25.3 out of 40. The college finished 2022 ranked second in the placement category with a score of 30.2 out of 40. IIT-Kharagpur outperforms other institutions in terms of the academic environment, taking the top spot with a score of 15.7 out of 20.
The college receives a 6.1 out of 10 rating for infrastructure. An independent institution of higher learning with a focus on engineering and technology, IIT Kharagpur was founded by the Indian government in 1951. It was one of the original thirteen IITs to open and is recognized by the Indian government as an Institute of National Importance.
5. International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad
IIIT, Hyderabad, which held that position in 2022 is ranked fifth on the list. With a score of 30, the institute comes out on top in the placement category out of 40. The institute placed third in the placement parameter in the year 2022 with a score of 29.7 out of 40.
However, it appears that the college needs to step up its infrastructure game. It receives 5.8 out of 10 ratings and is ranked No. 10 in the infrastructure category. The institute receives a score of 10.8 in the segment for the academic environment, placing it in eighth place (out of 20). The Government of Andhra Pradesh supported the establishment of the independent International Institute of Information Technology Hyderabad in 1998.
6. Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani
The following engineering school on the list of top schools for 2023 is BITS, Pilani. The institute moved up three spots from its 2010 ranking to claim sixth place. The college receives a 25 out of 40 on the placement parameter, placing it at No. 8. BITS, which is based in Pilani, Rajasthan, also has campuses in Goa, Hyderabad, and Dubai in the United Arab Emirates in addition to its home city. Bangalore serves as one of its extension centers.
7. Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati
The Seventh Best engineering college on DQ's year 2023 list is the Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati. Ranked at No. 10 on the placement parameter, the college gets scores of 24.3 out of 40. In the infrastructure segment, the college's fourth position was with a score of 6.8 out of 10.
On the academic environment, the college figures out in the top 10 ranking at No. 7, with a score of 10.4 on a scale of 20. IIT Guwahati is officially recognized as an Institute of National Importance by the Government of India.
8. Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi
The Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, Institute of Technology is ranked as number eight. Compared to its ranking from 2022, the institute has slipped one spot. In the infrastructure and placement categories, the college is not among the top 10. On a scale of 20, the college received a score of 10.9 in the segment assessing the academic environment, placing it fifth overall.
IT-BHU was founded in Varanasi in 1919 and consists of 13 departments and 3 interdisciplinary schools.
9. National Institute of Technology, Karnataka
At no. 9 on the list is the National Institute of Technology, Karnataka, jumping one position from its 2022's ranking. While the college doesn't find a place in the top 10 placement in the placement category, the college is ranked at No. 9 in the infrastructure segment with a score of 5.0 out of 10.
It was established in July 1960 as a joint venture between the governments of Karnataka and the Central government and was given the name Karnataka Regional Engineering College, Surathkal.
10. Netaji Subhash Institute of Technology, Delhi
Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology, Delhi, is at position 10. The Faculty of Technology at the University of Delhi has jurisdiction over the institute. With a score of 26.1 out of 40 in the placement category, Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology is ranked no. 5 overall.
In the categories of academic environment and infrastructure, the college does not place among the top 10. In addition to offering post-graduate (MTech) level courses in a number of engineering disciplines