Engineering Education for 21st Century

There is no more important mission for an engineering school than the preparation of its undergraduates for their careers. In today’s rapidly evolving engineering landscape, we have an increased obligation to transform the undergraduate educational experience from the traditional pedantic curriculum in explicit disciplines to a broader foundational experience for life-long success. Engineering, by its very nature, requires its practitioners to continue learning new things long after their formal education ends. This has never been more true than today, when we can see an accelerated pace of engineering innovation continuing for decades. Engineers need to evolve, and so do engineering schools. At the College of Engineering, we’re taking on that challenge by broadening the education of our students. While mastery of the technical aspects of engineering must remain at the curriculum’s core, we need to add new dimensions that will better prepare students for the world of today and tomorrow. We want to provide an undergraduate education that ensures our graduates can be creators – the artists, if you will – of the scientific and quantitative spheres. They need to understand how technology works so they can be effective as innovators. They also need “soft” skills, such as the ability to communicate their technical ideas and concepts, and galvanize a wide array of people, including those without technological backgrounds and people from other cultures. Combine these skills with the ability to be life-long learners, and our graduates have the potential to make real impacts that can better our quality of life for generations to come.

Engineering in Abroad at a glance

Few Facts about Engg in Abroad
1.Degree Awarded B.S/M.S or B.E/M.E
2.Intake September to November
3.Duration of Engineering B.E-4years/M.E-2years
4.Eligibility 60% in PCM.
5.Medium of Teaching English
6.Fees for Engineering Depends on University and Nation
7.Living Cost Rs 15,000/year
8.Subjects or Branches Electrical,Electronics etc
9.Type of Universities Government/Private Universities mostly
10.Food Type Indian Meal with Indian Atmosphere
11.Jobs Many More
12.Recognition Accrediation,AICTE

Eligibility Criteria for Abroad

  • The age of the student should be 17 or more.
  • He should have passed Class 12 with Science.
  • For general students, an aggregate of 50 is essential in Physics, Chemistry and Maths.
  • For SC, ST and OBC the criteria are 45% or 40%.
  • The maximum age for the candidate should not be more than 25%.
  • The student should have sufficient money to pay the fees.
  • English is the medium of instruction in the universities approved by MCI
  • Why Engineering in Abroad?

  • In India, there is a lot of competition for the Engineering course.
  • The number of seats in india is quite less in comparison to students applying for the course. For this reason, many of the students are unable to complete their course in India.
  • Seats outside India provide an enormous opportunity for the students to study there.
  • Engineering in Abroad is much cheaper than the private universities in India.
  • Many major universities abroad are approved by MCI for Engineering from Abroad.
  • Most top universities of the world allow students to return to India for their internship.
  • Many of these universities are recognized by WHO as well.
  • Completion of Engineering course from these universities allows the candidate to practice abroad as well.
  • These universities use top quality machines, laboratories, and other facilities.
  • English is the medium of instruction in most of the universities approved by MCI.
  • Many of the universities allow direct admission at low fees.
  • Most of the universities are located in places that are safe for the students.
  • A student that has studied from abroad generally feels confident in the Indian system.
  • Studying Engineering from foreign countries increases the options of the students.
  • Every engineering university abroad offers fantastic hostel facilities.
  • The hostels are well equipped with modern facilities and amenities.
  • Many Indians prefer studying engineering abroad. So, students will get fellow Indians in any country they choose to study.
  • The availability of Indian food abroad is also commendable.
  • Essential Documents Required

  • Application form of the university
  • NEET Hall Ticket or Admit Card
  • NEET Rank Card
  • NEET Score Card
  • Date of Birth (D.O.B.) Certificate
  • Provisional Seat Allotment Letter/ Call Letter
  • Cast Certificate
  • School Transfer Certificate
  • Valid Passport and VISA
  • No objection Certificate
  • A large number of passport size photos.
  • Prepaid Fee Receipt
  • Class 10 Marksheet
  • Class X Passing Certificate
  • Class 12 Marksheet
  • Class XII Passing Certificate
  • engineering Checkup certificate.
  • No criminal record certificate.
  • Bank statement of the guardian.
  • Birth certificate of the student.
  • Code of Conduct Certificate
  • School Leaving certificate
  • PUC Marks Card and Passing Certificate (if any)
  • AADHAR Card as address proof
  • Character Certificate issued by the recently attended school or college
  • Transfer Certificate issued by the recently attended school or college
  • Migration Certificate
  • Domicile Certificate
  • Family Income Proof
  • Proof for the parents’ address and identity
  • At least 8 recent passport size photos of candidates
  • engineering Fitness Certificate
  • Duration of Engineering Abroad

  • The course duration in most top universities is of 6 years.
  • Out of these, the last year is generally kept for an internship.
  • Generally, a good base is created for the students in the first two years.
  • This helps them to imbibe the engineering education in the later years.
  • Towards the end of the degree, they will have practical knowledge at specific hospitals.
  • Senior engineering will be present to guide them in such instances.
  • Why Engineering in Abroad?

  • In India, there is a lot of competition for the Engineering course.
  • The number of seats in India is quite less in comparison to students applying for the course. For this reason, many of the students are unable to complete their course in India.
  • Seats outside India provide an enormous opportunity for the students to study there.
  • Engineering in Abroad is much cheaper than the private universities in India.
  • Many major universities abroad are approved by MCI for Engineering from Abroad.
  • Most top universities of the world allow students to return to India for their internship.
  • Many of these universities are recognized by WHO as well.
  • Completion of Engineering course from these universities allows the candidate to practice abroad as well.
  • These universities use top quality machines, laboratories, and other facilities.
  • English is the medium of instruction in most of the universities approved by MCI.
  • Many of the universities allow direct admission at low fees.
  • Most of the universities are located in places that are safe for the students.
  • A student that has studied from abroad generally feels confident in the Indian system.
  • Studying Engineering from foreign countries increases the options of the students.
  • Every engineering university abroad offers fantastic hostel facilities.
  • The hostels are well equipped with modern facilities and amenities.
  • Many Indians prefer studying engineering abroad. So, students will get fellow Indians in any country they choose to study.
  • The availability of Indian food abroad is also commendable.
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