Careers360 has launched the Rating of the best engineering colleges of India. The imitative was taken by Careers360 in order to let the millions of engineering aspirants of India take an informed decision. In India, the number of engineering colleges is approximately is 3600. Out of this vast number, Careers360 considered 3217 engineering institutes of India based on the available information. This is the largest number of colleges ever rated in the country in any discipline.
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The preliminary rating was done through the cut off marks provided by different states to identify and cluster them. The secondary information were given on infrastructure, faculty quality, placements, industry interface and research output to identify the top engineering colleges across India, in each states.
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The following links will give you the statewise top engineering colleges across India, rated by Careers360.
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The engineering colleges have been rated on the basis of an eight point scale, AAAA to A- (AAAA, AAA+, AAA, AA+, AA, A+, A and A-.) Let us have a look at the classifications of these ratings:
Rating of Institutions
Top class institution
Very high quality institution
High quality institution
Better quality institution
Good quality institution
The rating of the engineering colleges is given on the basis of states. Under each state, the colleges are arranged in the following categories:
Institutions of National Importance
Central/Deemed/State Private Universities
State Universities/University Departments/Affiliated Colleges
The Rating Methodology is divided into three factors:
A. Preliminary Clustering – Admission cut off provided by the state board.
B. Rating of colleges – Based on a max-min schema of the cut-offs (rank or marks) available for the best or worst branches of each engineering college.
C. Discrimination within clusters –Research output, institutional infrastructure, accreditation, faculty data and other available parameters.