by TNEAhelp team June 30, 2015
How to Choose the Right Engineering College?
In this post, we will help you to choose the best engineering college for you. There are more than 500 colleges affiliated under ANNA UNIVERSITY. But how to find the right one? We need to consider some factors with which you can choose your college
This is the most important factor to be considered while choosing the college. Infrastructure not only means good-looking building. It also means good classroom, well-equipped laboratory and other facilities like library, hostels, workshops, transportation etc. these all will help you in your course of study.
Placement percentage conveys a lot about of college. Placement tells about the college infrastructure, student's performance. Check out for placement percentage, IT based company's placement and core company placement. Try checking the average salaries (and minimum salary) and the number of students (with branches) who have been placed.
Faculties play vital role in shaping you as an engineer. Having good infrastructure and good faculty can only make best engineering college. Now a day's almost all engineering colleges have their faculty profile in their website. Get to know the faculty experience and their field of expertise by which you can rate your college.
It is better to know the facilities offered by college for students. It includes seminars, industrial exposure, internet, helping students for internships, symposium etc.
In addition to above all, we need to check for college participation in other activities. They include clubs like NSS, sports / music clubs and their achievements. In addition, make sure that college is well connected by road/rail.
We can get all these information's by surfing internet and the best is to consult seniors and former students from of the college.
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Best Wishes, TNEAhelp Team
Disclaimer: All information presented herewith are predictions based on earlier TNEA statistics. Users are adviced to verify the same with other sources.