To become an engineer, you need to pass class 12 with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as your subjects. In addition to it, you have to appear for the engineering entrance examinations conducted by several institutes including the IITs and other state boards and universities.
There are seven Indian Institute of Technologies (IITs) namely Bombay, Delhi, Guwahati, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Madras and Roorkee, 20 National Institute of Technologies (NITs), couple of IIITs and several private institutes are engaged in the task of grooming engineers.
The Joint Engineering Examination (JEE) of various universities and institutes and the All India Entrance examination (AIEEE) are the gateways to IITs and the NITs and the IIITs respectively.
Going by the ratio of number of aspirants and the total number of seats offered by the premier institutes across the country one has to put in lots of hard work immediately after class 10. The aspirant should have thorough understanding of the syllabus and the nature of the questions asked in the entrance examination.
Besides, this section provides all the vital information in the making of an engineer. The website informs you all about the IITs, NITs and IIITs besides providing a thorough insight in to the entrance examination for such institutes.