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How to snag a top job. (Placement guide for a first year engineering student at NIT)

So you’ve slogged for 4 years for that B.Tech degree..how do you land that shiny post in a top firm that make your parents distribute laddoos in the neighbourhood?

1) A decent CGPA – if you can make it to 9, good for you! you are awesome and you’l definitely land that top job (you’l also land fully funded M.S programs abroad – and most 9 pointers I know don’t miss out on an amazing opportunity to enhance their careers this way)

A CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average) in the 8/10 range too isn’t bad. Confidence and Extracurricular skillls will make you a winner at those campus placements.

For those with a 7/10 CGPA – not to worry, you will get a job too. You have what it takes to get into an NIT, hence companies know you are good. But I do not guarantee job satisfaction. And it might cost you a lot of waiting and worrying before you land that job.

2) Good internships/industrial training – Snagging a summer internship is a very difficult affair. It takes a lot of hard work consisting of google-searches, phone-calls and ass-kissing to get a decent internship. Hence the fact that you have done one (or two) will add a lot of gloss to your resume.

3)Extracurricular activities/certificates – An engineer needs to be good at getting stuff done. He has to know how to apply his theoretical knowledge in the real world. College activities give one a lot of scope to explore one’s personality and answer those tough interview questions like – “What are your strengths and weaknesses?”. I cannon emphasize how important organizing and taking part in college clubs, fests, technical events can be to enhhance your job-worthiness.

4)Communication skills – work on your English. You may be awesome, but you have to be able to communicate that to the interviewer and there is nothing like a fluent, confident young gun to impress your panel.Furthermore, most companies stress on a GD or group discussion session to select top students to be interviewed for appropriate placement in a job profile.

5)Aptitude Tests – the dreaded ‘Apti’s are the first step to snagging an interview at campus placements. CAT MCQs, puzzles, brain teasers, word games etc..its good to start practicing early. Also one needs to brush up on one’s general knowledge and read the newspaper regularly. This will help you understand the job scenario, as well as help you speak in the group discussions.

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July 18, 2012 Posted by | career, counselling, IITJEE, job opportunities, job search, NITW, placement, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Top Indian Engineering Schools Ranked by Placement Record

This is from www.admissionsync.com. I can’t vouch for their validity , especially the *marked ones.

The list of colleges according to Placement Records..

1. IIT Bombay

2. IIT Kanpur

3. IIT Kharagpur

4. IIT Delhi

5. IIT Madras, Chennai

6. BITS Pilani*

7.IIT Roorkee

8.IT-BHU

9.Punjab Engineering College,Chandigarh

10.Jadavpur University , Faculty of Engg & Tech,Calcutta*

11.IIT Guwahati

12.Indian School of Mines ,Dhanbad

13.BIT- Mesra ,Ranchi*

14.College of Engg, Anna University,Guindy

14.Motilal Nehru National Inst. of Technology,Allahabad

15.NIT,Warangal

15.NIT,Jamshedpur

16.IIIT,Hyderabad

17.Delhi College of Engineering ,New Delhi

18.SVNIT, Surat

19.NIT,Trichy

19.College of Engineering,Vishakhapatnam

20.VJTI ,Mumbai

21.NIT,Suratkal

21.NIT,Rourkela

21.College of Engineering,Trivandrum

22.Sardar Patel College of Engineering ,Mumbai*

23.SRM Institute of Sience and Technology,Chennai*

24.Malviya National Institute of Technology ,Jaipur

24.R.V. College of Engineering ,Bangalore*

25.JNTU,Hyderabad

25.Chaitanya Bharathi Inst. of Technology,Hyderabad*

26.PSG College of Technology,Coimbatore

27.University Visvesvaraya College of Engg.,Bangalore

28.Govt, College of Engineering ,Pune

28.IIIT,Pune

29.Mumbai University Inst of Chemical Tech,Mumbai

30.VNIT,Nagpur

30.Manipal Institute of Technology,Manipal*

30.Amity School of Engineering ,Noida*

31.MANIT,Bhopal*

31.Laxminarayan Institute Of Tech.,Nagpur

31.Osmania Univ. College of Engineering,Hyderabad

31.Harcourt Butler Technological Institute,Kanpur

31.B.M.S.College of Engineering,Bangalore*

31.Muffakham Jah Engg. college,Hyderabad*

32.Maharashtra Institute of Technology,Pune*

32.B.M.S. College of Engineering,Bangalore*

32.Gitam,Vishakhapatnam*

32.Karunya institute of Technology,Coimbatore*

33.National Institute of Engineering,Mysore*

33.NIT,Hamirpur

33.NIT,Jalandhar

34.Bengal Eng and Science University, Shibpur,Howrah

35.Thapar Inst of Engineering & Technology,Patiala*

35.Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology,New Delhi

35.NIT,Kurukshetra

35.NIT Durgapur,Durgapur

35.Nirma Institute of Technology,Ahmedabad*

36.NIT,Kozhikode

36.S.J. College of Engineering,Mysore

37.IIIT,Allahabad

37.JNTU,Anantpur

37.NIT,Raipur

37.Vasavi College of Engineering,Hyderabad*

37.Sathyabhama Engineering College,Chennai*

37.Jabalpur Engineering College,Jabalpur

38.SDM College of Engineering,Dharwad*

39.Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College,Ludhiana

40.SIT,Calcutta

40.Amrita Institute of Technology & Science,Coimbatore*

40.M.S. Ramaiah Institute of Technology,Bangalore*

41.Dhirubhai Ambani IICT,Gandhinagar*

41.Kongu Engineering College,Erode*

41.R.V.R. & J.C. College Of Engg,Guntur*

42.P.E.S. Institute of Technology,Bangalore*

43.D.J. Sanghvi,Mumbai*

44.Coimbatore Institute of Technology,Coimbatore

44.IIIT,Bangalore

44.IIIT,Gwalior

45.Mepco Schlenk Engineering College,Sivakasi*

45.Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi

46.The Technological Inst. of Textile & Sciences,Bhiwani

46.SV University Engineering College,Tirupati

46.K.L. College of Engineering ,Veddeswaram*

47.SSN College of Engineering,Chennai*

48.VIT,Pune*

49.Vellore Institute of Technology,Vellore*

49.S.G.S. Institute of Technology & Science,Indore

50.Bangalore Institute of Technology,Bangalore*

50.NIT,Patna

50.Hindustan Inst of Engineering Technology,Chennai*

51.SASTRA,Thanjavur*

51.Cummins College of Engg for Women,Pune

51.Dharmsinh Desai Institute of Technology,Nadiad*

52.Sree Chitra Thirunal College of Engineering,Trivandrum*

53.Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology,Bhubaneshwar*

54.The ICFAI Inst of Science and Technology,Hyderabad*

56.G.H. Patel College of Engg & Technology,Vallabh Vidyanagar

57. Shri Ramdeo Baba K.N. Engg. College,Nagpur*

June 27, 2009 Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 4 Comments

VIT 3rd Counselling cancelled

according to http://www.vit.ac.in/

 

 

Vellore Institute of

Technology

 

III Phase of Counselling

 

scheduled on
1st July 2009 (Wednesday)

 

 

 

Cancelled.

 

Notice from official website –

BIOINFORMATICS — 99 seats
BIO – MEDICAL – — 44 seats
After the II Phase of Counselling held on 26th June 2009, seats are vacant in the above branches only. In all other branches the seats are filled up. If you are interested in joining please send the order of preference between these two programmes.

Rank holders of VITEEE-2009, who have secured upto 18000 may kindly send their consent letter through Fax: 0416 2245544 / 2240411, to the Admissions Officer, in the following format, along with the photo copy of the DD for Rs.30,000/-, drawn in favour of “VIT University” payable at Vellore, so as to reach us on or before 1st July 2009 by 5 pm.

Candidates who have responded before the deadline will be selected based on their VITEEE-2009 Rank. The selected candidates will be informed on 3rd July 2009.

The selected candidates have to pay the full tuition fee for Rs. 92,000/- on 9th July 2009 and they have to join the classes on 10th July 2009.

For Hostel Accommodation please see the information brochure page no.15

Further the requisite form is provided on the official site.

For further details contact, Admissions Office, 0416-2202125/2202168

June 27, 2009 Posted by | career, counselling, engineering, VIT | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Electronics vs Electrical engineering

Electronics

 

Electrical

scope of study

Design and building electronic circuits based on
the flow of charge through different materials

 

transmission and generation of electrical power,
electrical circuit design, electronics, instrumentation, control system,
understanding electrical and electronic networks etc.,

 

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design, develop, test and oversee development of electronic systems.


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manufacturing of electronic gadgets and devices.

 



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design and develop electrical systems


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research new and innovative designs and
system


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supervise and plan manufacturing process of
high end electrical systems

 

type of industry



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Health care


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Other public sector industries like
petroleum, steel and chemical

 



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Consumer and Industrial Electrical equipment
and systems manufacturing


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Power generation and transmission


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Health care equipment manufacturing industry


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petroleum, steel and chemical industry.


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Research and design

 

specific skills required

good logical and mental capability to understand
and adapt to the new and changing concepts.

 

good logical and mental capability coupled with
strong analytical skill and attention to detail.

should be able to grasp and adapt to new and changing concepts.

 

curriculum topics



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Digital design


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Microprocessor systems


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Signals and systems

 



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Maths


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Physics


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Electronics


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Thermodynamics


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Electrical machines and design


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Instrumentation


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Electrical network and communication
systems.


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Power and control systems

 

core subject strength

good knowledge of physics and maths

 

good knowledge of physics and maths

 


specialisations available



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control
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communication systems


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instrumentation


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signal
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computer
networking


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biomedical


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nanotechnology




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power engineering


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control engineering


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electronics engineering


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microelectronics


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signal processing


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telecommunications engineering


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instrumentation engineering


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computer engineering


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mechatronics


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biomedical

 

June 26, 2009 Posted by | AIEEE, Biotechnology, career, counselling, engineering | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Civil vs Mechanical

Civil

 

Mechanical

scope of study

designing, constructing and supervising new and
old structures viz., roads, buildings, airports, bridges, water supply
systems etc.,

 

Design and develop machines
based on the knowledge of movement and the power / energy that is involved.

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design, supervision and construction of structures.


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calculating the cost involved, safety of the structure and potential
environmental risks.


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Design and control of system that goes into
the process of manufacturing the machinery and product.


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Testing new systems


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Quality management and improvement


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Marketing products and systems

 

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building and construction


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private consulting firms


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Biotechnology

 

specific skills required

good logical and mental capability, problem
solving skills and ability to grasp new concepts are very essential to be a
good civil engineer.

should be able to express yourself using figures and words.

 

good technical and communication skill coupled
with logical capability to interpret complex and changing concepts.

curriculum topics



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soil analysis

 



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Machine tool design


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core subject strength

good knowledge of maths.

 

good knowledge of maths and physics

 


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Construction Engineering

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Geo-Technical Engineering

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Hydraulic Engineering

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Material Science

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Pile Engineering

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Timber Engineering

 


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Environmental Engineering


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Transportation Engineering

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Highway Engineering

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Railroad Engineering

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Port and Harbour Engineering

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Airport Engineering

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Water Resource Engineering

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Image Processing and GIS



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automobile engineering


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biomedical engineering


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nuclear engineering


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June 26, 2009 Posted by | AIEEE, Biotechnology, career, counselling, engineering, IITJEE | , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

B.Sc vs B.tech degree

 

 

B.Sc

 

 

B.Tech / B.E.

 

years of study

 

3-4 years

 

4-5 years

 

study focus

 

Basic science (pure science).

 

Applied science (technical / technological).

 

content

 

Broad and theoretical science.

 

Practical and technical science.

 

flexibility

 

The
content is general with no specific changes / option for selecting a
specialisation.

You need to do M.Sc / M.Tech / M.E /
MBA.
for specialisation.

 

It’s
designed on individual field of engineering with an option to choose further
specialisation / elective, in the final year, under your chosen field.

This helps you focus on your specific area of interest.

 

 

route to higher studies

 


Science & Research

 

B.Sc

 

 

M.Sc

 

 

Doctorate

 


Management

 

B.Sc

 

 

MBA / P.G. Diploma

 

 


Engineering

 

B.Sc

 

 

M.Sc

 

 

M.Tech / M.E

 

 


Engineering & Research

 

B.Tech / B.E

 

 

M.Tech / M.E

 

 

Doctorate

 


Management

 

B.Tech

 

 

MBA / P.G. Diploma

 

 

curriculum rigour

 

Comfortable.

Students need to be good with Science and maths subjects.

 

 

Tough and demanding.

Students need to be excellent in Science, especially Maths subjects.

 

 


career prospects

 

LOW – since the course is general in nature, you
need to complete M.Sc to get a good start to your career.

 

GOOD – the choice of engineering discipline +
further specialisation under it gives an edge to choose and follow your
career goals in that segment

 

However, for better and higher career prospects
M.Tech /
MBA is recommended.

 

 

which to choose?

 

If
you are comfortable with basic science and are more inclined to
non-technical aspects of science, B.Sc is a good choice, and coupled with
M.Sc you can make good progress in your career.

 

 

If you are interested in the technical side of
science, designs, calculations etc., and ready to do take on a demanding and
challenging route, B.Tech is the right choice
.

 

 

higher studies /
combination degrees

 

If you are interested in research work, you may
do Masters (MSc) and then PhD.

If you are interested in management stuff, go for an MBA after B.Sc.

(See
– MBA
)

 

 

If core engineering stuff is your forte /
research work, you may do your Masters (M.Tech / M.E) and later PhD.

If management and business interests you, go for an MBA after B.Tech / B.E.

 

 

studying abroad

 

You
need to complete your Masters (M.Sc).

 

 

B.Tech / B.E. is sufficient.

 

 

June 25, 2009 Posted by | after 10th, AIEEE, AIR, Biotechnology, career, counselling, IITJEE, NITW | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

B.Sc or B.Tech?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Bachelor of Technology is an undergraduate academic degree conferred after completion of a three or four year program of studies at an accredited university or accredited university-level institution. The common abbreviation for Bachelor of Technology is B.Tech. The degree is conferred in the Commonwealth of Nations, Republic of Ireland, India, the United States and elsewhere.

  In India, the Bachelor of Technology degree is conferred by the nation’s top ranked government universities of technology like the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi, National Institutes of Technology (NITs), Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU), and Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) as well as a host of other prestigious institutes (both public and privately funded ) like Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU, Delhi), Mumbai University Institute of Chemical Technology (UICT, Matunga, Mumbai), College of Engineering, Pune (COEP), Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute (VJTI, Matunga, Mumbai), Vardhaman Engineering College(HYDERABAD), Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology (DA-IICT, Gandhinagar, India) for their professional engineering programs. However most other institutions in India use the Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) degree and some of them are in the process of replacing over to the B.Tech programme.

A Bachelor of Science (B.S., B.Sc. or BSc in the UK; less commonly, S.B., B.S.c. or Sc.B. from the Latin Scientiæ Baccalaureus) is an undergraduate academic degree awarded for completed courses that generally last three to five years.

Commonly in the Commonwealth and Ireland graduands are admitted to the degree of Bachelor of Science after having completed a programme in one or more of the sciences. These programmes may take different lengths of time to complete.

A Bachelor of Science receives the designation B.Sc. or B.S. for a major/pass degree and B.Sc. (Hons) or B.S. (Hons) for an honours degree.

 Question from Yahoo Answers

Whish is better bsc biotech or btech biotech and which has better job oppurtunities?

Answer 1)
B.Tech biotechnology is more better than B.Sc biotechnology.Because both are bachelor courses but if u go for opportunities B.Tech has preference.So,If u don’t go with degree means B.Sc.In degree u have theory and less practical But with B.Tech u will have more practical and theory.And u may have confusion with B.Sc(Biotechnology) is not a single course.It has multiple subjects so choosing a course is tidy for you.So better go with B.Tech than B.Sc

Answer 2)
Both are two different things. Bsc Biotec is degree cource and BTec biotec is eng. (4 yrs)
If you want to do BSc Biotec you need to again give an entrance test after completion of BSc for MSc and a then do Phd. Its lenghty but a good course.
If you have dedication, good family support then you can try for Bsc Biotec.
Gen. Btec biotec are taken by student who want to complete their eng course and do MBA and get a job.
However both are good and there is good opportunity in both the cases.
India is far behind , you need to do a very hard work through out if you have that dedication pl proceed.

Answer 3) from MAYBE NOW.com
i think btech is better than bsc.if u preafer teaching line than bsc honers is good.becoz by that u get specialised in a perticular stream.ND if u r not interested in teaching line than btech is good.In private companies demand of btech is quiet in as compared to bsc.By doing mba after that one can very nicely settle him/herself .well one can do mtech if he/she want to b a lecturrer.

June 25, 2009 Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , , , , | 2 Comments

NIT Warangal – FAQs

This is from

http://agpweb.wordpress.com/category/nit-warangal/ by Ajay George Palakuzhy

NIT Warangal for the Aspirant : A collection of valuable information about the prestigious institution National Institute of Technology,Warangal (NIT Warangal)for the future NITians as well as for anyone who would like to know more about this college

Sadly there is no authoratative guide on the net regarding this issue.

So I thought about writing this one…

NIT Warangal has always been on the list of the best technical education institutes

in India.Facilities are at par with the best in the country and the highly experienced faculty adds to the strong academic curriculum.

Admission process for NIT Warangal is through the AIEEE examination and there is state wise quota.

There is a separate admission process for Foreign Students (DASA Scheme).

Popular FAQ:

1. The first question that comes to the mind is where is Warangal?
Ans: Warangal is one of the best cities in Andhra Pradesh,just 2 hours from Hyderabad.Reaching Warangal is just child’s play.Warangal is well connected by both road and rail.

All the trains on the Delhi Route stop by Warangal.Alternatively you can reach ‘Kazipet’ as the college is nearer to it.(But guys from Kerala , remember no direct train stops at Kazipet.Catch the Kerala Exp or an alternate train.)

2. I reached Warangal,where is the college(NIT Warnagal)?
Ans: From the Warangal station it is just half an hour on the Autorickshaw (autos are the popular means of commutation not buses.)It will cost you around 40-50 bucks (depending upon your negotiation skill) and if you are travelling alone you can have a ’share auto’ (autos look the same,but say direct for direct auto) for Rs 8-10.

3.Ok, now I reached the college,where is the counselling centre?
Ans: You will be guided to the centre by the volunteers at the gate,Don’t panic.We will be there to guide you.

The counselling should go fine and you can give your options and see around the college.

The Central Library is sure to stun you (one of the best technical libraries in the country) and the new administrative block is going to be an architectural wonder.(Hope that the construction is complete.)

4. Oh my god this place is infested with naxalites!!!
Never.This has been the question put forward by most of the parents with whom I interacted…

They were a thing of the past,you can safely send your ward over…

5. Which bank operates closest to NITW?
State Bank of Hyderabad has a college branch and an ATM. Most of us use the SBH and many have an account also.

Let me share a cool hack.Instead of opening an account you could give your son/daughter the ATM card of the account at home (All State Bank cards are taken,along with some other banks) saving you the trouble of going through the process of actually creating one.

Other than SBH, we have Andhra Bank,ICICI at Hanamkonda (10 minutes from the college by auto).

June 24, 2009 Posted by | AIEEE, Andhra Pradesh, NITW | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

NIT-Warangal inks pacts with Finnish universities

Hyderabad

May 21, 2009 

 The National Institute of Technology (NIT)-Warangal has signed academic collaboration agreements with Finland’s University of Tampere and Tampere University of Technology, an institute official said on Thursday.

  The pacts were signed last week in Finland, NIT-Warangal Director Y.V. Rao said on his return from that country. “These pacts allow for collaborations in systems, teaching methodologies, courses, content, hands-on learning, student exchange programmes and interaction with the industry,” Rao said. NIT-W entered into a similar pact in February with ESIGELEC School of Engineering, Rouen, France, to promote research and academic exchange in automation and instrumentation and embedded systems.

  NIT-W, which is celebrating its golden jubilee year, also has collaborative agreements with Bellfort Technical University of France, as well as Lawrence Technical University and Cincinnati University of the US. IANS

June 24, 2009 Posted by | Andhra Pradesh, career, NITW | , , , , , | 2 Comments

Kazipet-Warangal -How 2 get there ..

   Kazipet is a town in Warangal district, Andhra Pradesh, India, one of the tri-cities of Warangal-Hanamakonda-Kazipet.
   Kazipet is famous for being a major railway junction and locomotive maintenance division in Andhra Pradesh after Vijayawada. The railway junction is located next to a large granite hill (known as bodigutta), which is used to house radio communications, presumably for the railways. It is the hub connecting North and South, East and West India with more than 60 trains passing through.
   One of India’s best engineering institutes (National Institute of Technology, Warangal- NIT) is located in Kazipet. Also the Kakatiya University and the Kakatiya Medical college attached to the MGM govt. hospital is the third largest medical college in the state.

   Warangal is located at 18°00’N 79°35’E / 18.0°N 79.58°E. It has an average elevation of 302 metres (990 feet). Warangal is 145 km northeast of the state capital of Hyderabad. It is the fourth largest city in Andhra Pradesh.Warangal was the capital of a Hindu Shaivaite kingdom ruled by the Kakatiya dynasty from the 12th to the 14th centuries.The old name of this newly formed city is Orugallu. ‘Oru’ means one and ‘Kallu’ means stone. The entire city was carved in a single rock, hence the name Orukallu meaning ‘one rock’. The city was also called Ekasila nagaram. The Kakatiyas left many monuments, including an impressive fortress, four massive stone gateways, the Swayambhu temple dedicated to Shiva, and the Ramappa temple situated near Ramappa Lake. The cultural and administrative distinction of the Kakatiyas was mentioned by the famous traveller Marco Polo.
   A STPI (Software Technology Parks of India) has been set up at National Institute of Technology, Warangal with the intention of taking the benefits of the Information Technology revolution to second tier cities. Warangal makes an excellent location for this because of its proximity to Hyderabad, the student pool from some of the best institutes in the country, good transportation facilities, infrastructure, lower traffic problems, etc.Warangal is known for its granite quarries (notably the black and brown varieties), grain market (for rice and chillies), cotton, and tobacco.

Transport
Air
: There is an airstrip at Mamnoor on the south-eastern outskirts of Warangal. The nearest international airport is located at Shamshabad 160 km away, near Hyderabad.
Rail : Warangal is well connected to all the major cities in India by rail. Kazipet, about 13km from Warangal is a major railway junction on the Bangalore/Hyderabad-New Delhi route while Warangal is a major station on the Hyderabad/New Delhi-Chennai route. Aptly, Warangal is called the gateway to north India. Daily nearly 132 trains passing section including two Rjadhani exps.
Road : There are two major bus stations (hubs); Warangal and Hanamakonda. Long-distance deluxe buses ply from Warangal to Bangalore, Madras, Hyderabad, Tirupathi, Anantapur, and [[Hubli] [belgam]; and standard express buses to Guntur via Vijaywada, Cherial, Jangaon, Kodad, Karimnagar, Nizamabad, Adilabad, Suryapet, Palampet, Jagtial, Narasampet, Parkal, Khammam, Bhadrachalam, Basara, etc.

June 23, 2009 Posted by | Andhra Pradesh, NITW | , , , , , | 5 Comments