The engineering entrance exams are considered, as significant, especially in India, because most of the students in the country aim for engineering studies, immediately after their 12th standards.
Engineering Entrance Exams
It would be evitable for anyone, who is watching the television, because people could see the students in the TV, especially the rank holders would be portraying themselves either as doctors, or as engineers and the engineering studies would top the list. And India is known for its IITs and its strong engineering research facilities. Each and every IIT has its own research centre facilitating most of the engineering developments and infrastructure in the country. Moreover to ease the engineering admissions in the country, the government of India has established three entrance exam schemes, such as, AIEEE, JEE and SLEEE. The AIEEE and the JEE are conducted as a national level entrance exams for engineering admissions and the SLEEE are conducted as the state level entrance exams. Thus, the initiative done by the government in order to ease the admission procedures and to guide the students is really appreciable!
All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE)
It comprises of two different types of question papers, one consisting of questions from the subjects, like, math, and physics, and chemistry. This is an objective type question paper with equal marks to each three subjects. The second type question paper comprises of questions from mathematics, engineering drawing and it also consists of aptitude type questions. Thus, the first type of question paper is meant for B.E. and B.Tech degree admissions and the second type question paper is meant for the B.Arch and B.Planning degree admissions. The AIEEE would award the students at national level via a national rank and would also rank the students based on the state level via a state rank. It is been accepted by many institutions that are offering the undergraduate engineering and architecture degree courses, majorly including the 30 honorable National Institutes of Technology (NITs). The 50% of the seats in the NITs would be filled up by the deserving candidates from the AIEEE entrance examinations. Hence, the candidates who appeared for the AIEEE exams could apply to many engineering institutions across the country.
Joint Entrance Examination (JEE)
It is popularly called as the Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Examination (IIT-JEE) and it is conducted for the engineering admissions in the seventeen IITs in India. The current question pattern comprises of two objective type question papers, and each of the question papers consists of questions form subjects like, math, physics, and chemistry. The questions are designed with an objective to test the comprehensive, reasoning and analytical skills of the candidates.
State Level Engineering Entrance Examination (SLEEE)
Each state conducts its own entrance examination for the engineering admissions within the state. Further the standard and quality of the SLEEE also sticks to the AIEEE standards and procedures. Since, the state level entrance examination is designed and developed according to the specific state syllabus and curriculum, it adheres to the boundary of syllabus, thus easing the admission procedures. This further helps the students to concentrate better on their subjects.