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Alumni reviews (out of ten)
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Placements (out of ten)
1Birla Institute of Technology and Sciences (BITS) Pilani

Not solely dependent on IT sector with many students getting placed in core companies
BITS has always been a trusted name in education since its inception
BITS incorporates US university-style infrastructure with Indian customs and tendencies
Nearly 75% of the faculty at BITS hold PhDs. This is a very high percentage, more than most top IITs as well
2Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT) VelloreWell received across India as a trusted institution for engineeringAlumni have generally been very positiveKnown for being very focused on academics and equally encouraging to pursue extra-curricular activitiesAlmost all students get placed, which is incredible as its intake is very high
3Indian Institute of Information Technology, Design & Management (IITDM), JabalpurBeing an IT based college, most placements are in IT. Average package is very highIIIT brand name lends a generous perception to the institutionHave an inherent focus on research-based learning and practical teachingOut of 57, 55 faculties have PhDs
4Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology, Gandhinagar  Respected and renowned for its undergraduate engineering programmeVery positive feedback from most alumniDue to low intake, teaching and faculty feedback is much easierBesides IT companies, many core companies also recruit gradates
5Birla Institute of Technology and Sciences (BITS) GoaGoa campus has built a strong name for itself aside from the initial boost it got from the ‘BITS’ nameAlumni is generally very positive about their experience at BITSSimilar to Pilani’s model which enables students to be self-motivated to learn and innovatePlacements are high and balanced across all fields of engineering
6Birla Institute of Technology, MesraWell known across India for being a top college for engineeringFeedback from ex-students is generally positive
Academically sound. Decent number of PhD holding faculties and low intake help maintain academic qualityPlacements are reasonably even across different types of industries.
7Jaypee Institute of Information Technology (JIIT) NoidaNearly all students from the main branches get placed every year. However, dependency on IT sector is high
The perception in and around the region is very good.Noida campus offers only CSE, IT, ECE and Biotech. Infrastructure for these branches is readily available54% faculties are PhD holders
8SRM University, ChennaiThough its repute is flawless, SRM’s chancellor got caught in a scandal involving medical college admissionsFavorable alumni feedback on a regular basisAre known for being extremely methodical and systematic in their academic approachMost students get placed every year
9Birla Institute of Technology and Sciences (BITS) Pilani – Hyderabad campusCarries the impeccable reputation of Pilani campus in its strideAlumni are always quick to shower praiseNot as coherent as Pilani campus, but easily meets the requisite standardsQuality of placements is excellent, but companies often choose to draw parallels with Pilani campus students
10Nirma University, AhmedabadIs renowned in Gujarat for its engineering programmmeGeneral feedback from alumni is positiveAcademic focus is easy to ingratiate due to low intakePlacements are very good, but not on par with the like of IITs or NITs
11Thapar University, Patiala Placement record for undergraduate engineering is very good with a good mix of companies visiting the campusWell known and respected in Punjab. However, recent news of student accidents and drug abuse haven’t helpedRanks amongst India’s best infrastructure for engineering73% faculties have PhDs at Thapar University
12Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Technology (MAIT) Delhi Placement numbers are very good, but dependence in IT sector is highRegarded as the best engineering college under IPULacks the financial muscle to match other universitiesKnown for top draw faculties
13PSG College of Engineering, CoimbatoreNot as known as the likes of VIT and SRM, but well respected in the industryAlumni reviews generally portray PSG as a well-run collegeAffiliated to Anna University. Maintains a threshold of expected academic performances from studentsWell respected in industrial circles for training top quality engineers
14Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI), DelhiPlacements are generally decent with a good mix of industries visitingVery famous in Delhi
Lack the financial clout of some other private universityAlmost all faculties are PhDs, but number of faculties is less compared to other colleges
15Sastra University, ThanjavurLike RV, known well in Tamil Nadu but not as much further NorthPositive feedback from most alumniKnown for being extremely strict on matter of academic importanceStellar placement record with most core branch students getting placed
16RV College of Engineering, BangaloreWell respected in Bangalore, but not as famous amongst other parts of IndiaAlumni reviews draw positive feedbackVery strict and vigilant in terms of maintaining academic decorumPlacements are great due to close proximity to India’s biggest IT hub
17Amity University, NoidaAmity Placements are heavily reliant on IT companiesDue to immensely high intake, perception isn’t as positive as other top collegesAmity lays down the marker for world class infrastructure with state-of-the-art labs and e-learning resourcesWith almost 850 faculties, nearly half have PhDs in their respective dissertations
18SSN College of Engineering, KalavakkamKnown primarily in Tamil NaduMost alumni feedback is favorableAffiliated to Anna University and known for being highly diligent in academic mattersPlacements are decent but too skewed towards the IT sector
19Bharati Vidyapeeth’s  College of Engineering, PuneNot in the category of BITS or IIT, but well known in many parts of IndiaThe feedback gained from ex-students is positive in summation with a few exceptionsAcademics is the same as any standard engineering college, but labs aren’t as well equipped as they should be.Placements are decent with most students picking up jobs during campus placements
20GH Raisoni College of Engineering, NagpurWell known in local area, but not as much in other parts of IndiaAlumni consider the college adept and well maintained for conducive engineering educationAcademic and extra-curricular activities are given equal credenceHas maintained a sustainable track record of placements over the years
21Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT)Well known across India. More popular for the medical programme provided by its sister institutionAlumni feedback is usually favorableFollows syllabus and curriculum of foreign universitiesPlacements are good, but reliant on the IT sector
22Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute, MumbaiNot well known in other parts of India besides MaharashtraGeneral feedback is favorableProactive in matters relating to academics.Placements are one of the strongest points of the college
23BMS College of Engineering, BangaloreCollege perception is great amongst those who know about the institution. Relatively unknown in North IndiaAlumni feedback is very positive due to great impression of college inLow intake and good quality faculty help in forming a good core in a strong academic programmeStrong alumni network aids immensely during placements
24Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology, BhubaneswarIs counted amongst the top private colleges for engineeringFeedback from alumni is positiveAcademic focus isn’t as easy to ingratiate due to high intakePlacements are contingent on the mood and cycle of the IT sector
25Jaypee University of Information Technology (JUIT), SolanAs the name suggests, JUIT is focused primarily on the IT sectorGeneral reputation is good, but isn’t as famous as its Noida counterpartReasonably well-maintained infrastructure with key focus on IT67% faculties have Ph.Ds
26Maharashtra Institute of Technology, PuneKnown and respected in Maharashtra, but relatively unknown elsewhereAlumni are very open about their admiration for the collegeAcademic quality is easily maintained due to low intake and selective criteria for admissionsPlacement record has consistently been good with most students getting placed
27CEPT University, AhmedabadConsidered a great college dedicated for civil engineering concepts. Highly popular amongst civil aspirantsFeedback is generally positive about the institutionHighly methodical and focused in their approach to civil engineering disciplinesPlacements are only done in the core sector with a sizable number of students bagging campus placements
28Centurion University, ParalakhemundiKnown mostly in the state itself, where it is renowned for technical educationFeedback is very positive highlighting the college’s unique approach to engineering educationA more practical approach is adopted which focuses on skill-based learning rather than theoretical learningPlacements leave room for improvement. Since college was established recently, alumni-network isn’t as strong
29CV Raman College of Engineering, BhubaneswarKnown in Orissa and other parts of India for a strong B.Tech programmeFavorable feedback highlighting the focus on creative thinkingIngratiates theoretical knowledge with practical applicationsRecruitment has remained consistently good over the years
30Army Institute of Technology, PuneThough the college is well known and respected in Maharashtra, it is otherwise unknown in other partsAlumni feedback supports the notion of the college being adept for engineeringLow intake ensures quality of teaching is maintainedStrength of alumni network ensures sound placement record
31Ramaiah Institute of Technology, BangaloreNot known very well outside KarnatakaAlumni perception is mixedVery strict and inhibitive with regards to academicsPlacements rely on IT companies
32Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, GandhinagarPerception of college is decent as a primarily for petroleum engineeringAlumni feedback is positive. But critical of college’s placement programme and high feesVery sound academic structure built around creating a holistic environment for engineering educationLack of placements are a major concern as college does not have outreach programme with industry partners
33Thiagarajar College of Engineering, MaduraiIs well known in South India, but not as much up NorthAlumni perception is very good owing to the college’s supportive approach to academicsEncourages innovative thinking and research initiatives. Outcome based teaching and training incorporatedPlacements are generally very good across all branches
34Sardar Patel College of Engineering, MumbaiNot known as well outside MaharashtraAlumni perception is normally favorable, with some reviews suggesting the college should focus more on extra-curricularIrrevocable in matters of academics. Quality of teaching is sustainable due to low intakeDue to presence in India’s financial hub, placements are generally very good
35Bhilai Institute of Technology, DurgWell known in Chhattisgarh, but not as much in other parts of IndiaAlumni consider the college capable of creating a  conducive environment for education. Fees is also less compared to other private collegesKnown for mechanical and civil branches, while lesser renowned for CS and ITDepends on the IT sector for placements
36KJ Somaiya College of Engineering, MumbaiPerceived well in Maharashtra but unknown in North and South IndiaAlumni reviews suggest the college’s strong affinity to holistic educationIs well known for its emphasis to fields of research and innovationStrong alumni network is a string factor for consistent placement record
37Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT), ChennaiWas caught in a controversy when rumors emerged over its UGC approval status, which was granted in 2013 while it incongruously started taking admissions in 2011Isn’t ardently positive due to the controversy mentioned beforeAcademically sound as it follows the same template as VIT VelloreLargely dependent on VIT Vellore for placements
38SRM University, SonepatSince it was only established recently, placements cannot be judgedBanks on the SRM name for perception of its NCR campusInfrastructure is a template from its South Indian counterpartsHealthy mix of PhDs and M.Tech faculties
39Manipal University, JaipurMost students get placed, but majority hiring industry is again ITOvershadowed by its sister institution in the South Like all Manipal institutions, infrastructure is world-classFaculty-to-student ratio is skewed
40JSS Academy of Technical Education (JSSATE), NoidaIT industry are the major hirers at JSSFamous primarily in Delhi-NCR regionInfrastructure is lacking for all branches of engineering such as civil, ECE and mechanicalFaculty-to-student ratio is optimal, but PhD faculties are less in proportion
41Academy of Technology, HooghlyKnown and respected in West Bengal and neighboring statesAlumni perception is very positiveA bit tied down in terms of curriculum die to affiliation with universityPlacements are generally excellent
42Galgotia College of Engineering and Technology (GCET), Greater NoidaIT giants such as HCL, TCS and Infosys amongst primary hirersA relatively decent reputation compares to most UPTU collegesWith increase in intake every year, infrastructure is slowly becoming inadequate for studentsRising intake is causing faculty-student ratio to decline.
43Vishwakarma Institute of Technology, PuneHas a reasonably sound reputation in the stateIs respected and appreciated by alumniQuality of teaching isn’t compromised by maintaining a low intakePlacement record is excellent owing to wide industry outreach
44Krishna Institute of Technology (KIET) GhaziabadMajor recruiter are IT companies such as HCL and other local IT-based companiesRelatively unknown outside NCR regionCollege environment healthy due to low intakeLack of PhD qualified students
45Gandhi Institute for Technological Advancement, BhubaneswarAmongst the best engineering colleges in OrissaFeedback is favorable and largely positiveBalanced in its approach to academics and extra-curricularsPlacement record at GITA is consistently good
46ABES Engineering College (ABESEC) GhaziabadIT sector counts amongst major campus placement recruiterRenowned amongst UPTU-affiliated institutionsInfrastructure is found lacking relative to Amity and ManipalLack of PhD qualified faculties at the helm
47YMCA University of Science and Technology (YMCA-UST), FaridabadMost recruiters are from IT sector, but presence of manufacturing hub nearby bolsters core company hiringRelatively respected amongst students and industry hirersInfrastructure is wide off the mark considering the level of other private institutionsLack of PhD qualified faculties
48PES University, BangaloreCollege is well received and known in KarnatakaAlumni perception is generally positiveDue to high intake, student to faculty ratio is very highDue to vicinity to Bangalore’s IT hub, lion share of placement is held by IT sector
49Lovely Professional University (LPU), Jalandhar
Only a handful get placed in core companiesExtremely high intake acts as bane for reputationResembles the ‘Cosmopolitan college’ model. Adequate facilities and strict environmentRatio of PhD qualified faculties is less
50Chitkara University, ChandigarhCore company placement ratio is almost negligibleChitkara is well known in PunjabLike Amity and LPU, adopts a cosmopolitan campus-like approachSkewed faculty-student ratio and lack of PhD holding faculties
51Chandigarh University, ChandigarhDependent on mass recruitment from IT companiesRecently established. Has garnered positive feedback from alumniInfrastructural capabilities are suitable for some branches and inadequate for othersHigh intake and low number of PhD holders
52Shiv Nadar University (SNU), DadriLike most private universities in UP, SNU is heavily conditional on IT sector for placementsRecently established. Perception is positive as the founder, Shiv Nadar, is a well known industry big-wigAdequate infrastructure for technical educationLow intake insures faculty-to-student ratio is optimal, but PhD faculties are low in number
53Dr CV Raman University, BilaspurKnown and respected in local areas. Most students are from Chhattisgarh and BiharAlumni perception is largely positive. Some reviews advise college to develop its placement cellAcademics is kept as the foremost priorityPlacement cell isn’t as adept as other top engineering college in India
54G.L Bajaj Institute of Technology and Management, Greater NoidaIT sector mass recruitment a key  source of placementLargely unknown outside NCR regionVery strict in terms of academics with relatively low focus on researchFaculty-student ratio is workable but number of PhD faculties is very low
55Charotar University of Science and Technology, PetladCollege is well received and known in GujaratAlumni perception is generally favorableFixed intake which maintains a certain level of teachingStrong alumni network works is favor of consistent placements
56Chaitanya Bharti Institute of Technology, HyderabadPerception is good but known amongst Telangana students onlyAlumni review generally laud the college for its effort and attitude towards educationWell rounded academic structure, but more equipped for CS and IT than core branches like mechanical and civilStrong alumni network contributes to consistent track record placements
57OP Jindal University, RaigarhStudent population is formed by students from Chhattisgarh and neighboring states, highlighting its lack of popularity elsewhereSince the first batch of engineering hasn’t graduated yet, alumni reviews are non-existentKnown for its strong curriculum for engineering educationFirst batch yet to graduate
58IMS Engineering College, GhaziabadCore company recruiters only take a handful of studentsUsually placed amongst mid range UPTU collegesCollege environment isn’t ideal relative to other colleges on the listIntake is high in mainstream branches which have a lack of PhD qualified faculties
59Walchand College of Engineering, SangliPerception is excellent but known solely amongst Maharashtra  studentsAlumni reviews are highly praising of the collegeLow intake in each branch allows for better structuring of a sound academic planPlacement record is very consistent due to strong industry outreach
60Raj Kumar Goel Institute of Technology (RKGIT), GhaziabadPlacement in IT is also average. Core company hiring almost negligiblePerception is relatively good compared to other colleges in UPIsn’t well equipped to successfully produce high-grade engineersLack of PhD faculties is a major concern
61Manav Rachna International University (MRIU), FaridabadPlacements are heavily distorted towards the IT sectorPerception is favorable in Delhi-NCR regionInfrastructure is adequate for some courses, but inadequate for othersIntake is too high for the level of infrastructure and the relative faculty strength
62National Institute of Science and Technology, BerhampurWell respected in state and neighboring regions but not known otherwise in North and South IndiaAlumni reviews are a mixed bag/ Some give into the notion of the college being capable of providing sound engineering education while some disagree completelyA major proportion of faculties are known to be below par for teaching core engineering subjectsLack of industry integration is a major cause for sub-par placements
63Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management, NagpurPerception in Vidarbha region is very good along with the rest of MaharastraAlumni reviews paint the college in an even brighter college for being a well-run institution for engineeringExperienced  faculties with a normal intake ensure academic quality remains uncompromised Placement record is very consistent due to a number of administrative and holistic factors
64Adhiyamaan College of Engineering, HosurPerception is marred by mixed placement track recordMixed reviews from alumniReasonably decent academic programme with focus on skill-based learningWeak alumni network contributes to inconsistency in placements
65Shri Shankaracharya Group of Institutions, BhilaiOverall consensus amongst aspirants and general public is averageAlumni feedback hinges on the college being just averageAcademic standard a constant with affiliation to another university in BhilaiPlacements poor due to absence of industry integration
66Maharishi Markandeshwar University (MMIU), AmbalaPlacement programme isn’t up to speed due to lack of alumni networkSince it is relatively new, college perception is still on a slippery slopeVery stable in terms of infrastructureLack of PhD scholars and high intake work against MMU
67Birla Institute of Technology, PatnaKnown because of the ‘BIT’ tag. Essentially an extension centre of BIT MesraAlumni perception is positive, but tends to be more praising of BIT MesraAcademic standards are maintained due to its affliation with BIT MesraPlacements are good, but not as good as the main campus in Mesra
68GITAM University, VisakhapatnamRelatively unknown outside Andhra PradeshAlumni perception isn’t vociferously positive due to high intake relative to the available facilitiesDue to high intake, student focus can sometimes go awryMajor recruiters are IT giants such as Infosys, TCS ,Cognizant and other local IT-based companies
69GLA University, MathuraLack of proper recruitment drive to absence of strong alumni network and industry integrationLack of placements drive perception downInfrastructure for core branch labs and research facilities is minimalFaulty strength is low compared to the intake of the university
70Haldia Institute of Technology, HaldiaPerceived well in West Bengal but unknown in other statesAlumni reviews regard college as one of the best private institutions in East IndiaTied down due to affiliation with external universityPlacements aren’t as good as otherwise expected
71Institute of Engineering and Rural Technology (IERT), AllahabadPoor placements due to lack of industry integrationPerception is relatively sound due to better academic qualities than most UPTU collegesInfrastructure isn’t adequate for a rounded  engineering educationFaculty strength is optimal due to low intake
72Heritage Institute of Technology, KolkataMost of the students taking admission are from the eastern part of India, suggesting college isn’t relatively known in other parts of IndiaGenerates a positive response amongst alumniLike the previous cases, affiliation to university restricts college from expanding the curriculumLack of industry exposure inhibits placements
73Institute of Engineering and Management, KolkataMajority of the students come from West Bengal, suggesting its lack of popularity elsewhereAlumni perception is mixedAcademically constrained by affiliation with external universityPlacements are reasonably decent
74Vel Tech, ChennaiGood perception is restricted within state linesAlumni perception is mixed with both positive and negative reviewsAcademically capable with affiliation to Anna UniversityIT sector counts amongst major campus placement recruiter
75IEC College of Engineering and Technology, Greater NoidaPlacements in IT have also been hit due to jobs slowdownIsn’t widely known outside NCR regionInfrastructure is an issue as many labs are not equipped enoughFaculty strength is optimal, but quality of teaching isn’t up to scale
76Pune Institute of Computer Technology, PuneNot well known in the regionAlumni perception is generally decentAcademically very strict. Unyielding stance on issue like attendanceIT companies are the major recruiters during placement season
77Bharati Vidyapeeth’s College of Engineering, Delhi
Placements are found lacking in IT and core sectorPerception isn’t great based on various alumni feedbackInfrastructure based on requirements for technical education is inadequateFaculty strength is low compared to intake
78Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management and Engineering, MumbaiConsidered a decent college for engineeringAlumni reviews suggest a mixed bag of positives and negatives to take away fromAcademic core is weak as students often complain about lack of quality teachersPlacements are rudderless with mass recruitment the major and sometimes only hope
79Siddaganga Institute of Technology, TumkurPerception as a decent engineering college is restricted to South India onlyRelatively respected amongst students and industry hirersReasonable standard of education with affiliation to Visvesvaraya Technological UniversityMost recruiters are from IT sector
80Narula Institute of Technology, AgarparaPerception in the state is mixed while it unknown elsewhereReviews are a mixed bag for this particular collegeRelatively good for academics, but affiliation with external university hampers curriculum flexibilityLack of industrial exposure is a hindrance to college
81KL University, GunturHigh intake acts as bane for reputationAlumni perception is positive with one common hindrance that the fees is considered highAcademic focus is systemically strong, but high intake causes loss in student focusOnly a handful get placed in core companies
82Dr. DY Patil Institute of Engineering and Technology, PunePerception as a good engineering college is restricted to MaharashtraAlumni reviews give a favorable image of the collegeIntake is limited to ensure sound academic decorumRecruitment during campus placements is usually done by IT recruiters
83Kongu Engineering College, ErodeUnknown in most parts of North India and some parts of South IndiaAlumni perception is positiveAcademic capabilities are suitable for some branches and inadequate for othersHeavily reliant on mass recruitment from IT companies
84Techno India University, KolkataRecently established, so reputation is dicey in local areasReviews suggest the need for certain infrastructural capabilities to be upgradedDue to the college being autonomous, curriculum is very flexiblePlacements are average due to lack of alumni network
85AD Patel Institute of Technology, AnandVery well known in western India. One of Gujrat’s biggest educational institutionsFeedback from ex-students is usually positiveAcademic focus is desgined around the imparting of practical-concept-based learningPlacements are very good across the core branches such as CS, IT, ECE and Mechanical
86Padre Conceicao College of Engineering, GoaUnknown in most parts of North India, but considered one of Goa’s best engineering collegesAlumni perception is positive except for the fees which is considered too steepOnly four branches with 60 students in each branch ensure college is overrun with large intake, thus maintaining quality of teachingPlacements are a problem at the college due to lack of strong alumni network
87Kumaraguru College of Technology, CoimbatoreWell known in Tamil Nadu, but that is not the case in North IndiaMixed opinion about various academic and qualitative factorsAffiliated to Anna UniversityCore company placement ratio is very low
88Siksha O Anusandhan University, BhubaneswarNot as well known as other private colleges in OrissaAlumni perception is torn between the good and the poor aspects of the collegeAcademically sound as they retain the right to dictate their own curriculumPlacements are decent compared to other colleges
89Rungta College of Engineering and Technology, BhilaiConsidered a decent enough college for engineering in Chhattisgarh General consensus surrounding the college is mixed between good and bad reviewsAcademically strained by the affiliation with external universityPlacements are good compared to other colleges in the state
90Karunya University, CoimbatorePerception is average compared to other top colleges on the listAlumni reviews are mixed with most pointing out the rules framed to restrict studentsIndustry oriented teaching isn’t up to the scalePlacements aren’t a cent percent surety. IT companies are the major recruiters
91AISSMS College of Engineering, PuneWell known in Pune, but that is not the case for other parts of IndiaOpinion seems to be divided according to college reviewsLack of industry exposure and over-emphasis on theoretical concepts act as bane forIT remains the only recruiter
92Kalasalingam University, Virudhunagar
College perception isn’t top draw due to poor response of industry and alumniAlumni reception is comparatively negativeStrict in terms of academics with low focus on skill based learningIT sector are the major recruiters, though there is no guarantee of placements unlike other top colleges
93Bengal Institute of Technology, KolkataPerception is restricted in West Bengal and nearby statesAlumni reviews imply that the college is relatively average in most areasLike many colleges in West Bengal, constrained due to affiliation with universityPlacements are above average due to consistent industry exposure
94Datta Meghe Institute of Engineering Technology and Research, WardhaCollege perception isn’t idealAlumni reviews are mostly critical of the collegeLack of focus on new subjects such as robotics and automationPlacements aren’t the best they could be either
95Acharya Institute of Technology, BangaloreMore famous for its management coursesConsidered too expensive for the return on investmentReasonable standard of education with affiliation to Visvesvaraya Technological UniversityCore company recruiters only take a handful of students with most going to IT companies
96Ahmedabad University, AhmedabadCollege perception isn’t unimpeachable as it still is relatively newAlumni reception is appreciative of the university infrastructure and facultiesStill relatively new to fully analyze, but the college has adept infrastructural facilities and quality facultiesPlacements analysis isn’t ideal to conduct as off now as college is still relatively new
97Christ University, BangaloreMore popular for MBA, BBA and other humanities programmes
Alumni consider college ill-equipped for proper engineeringIsn’t well equipped to successfully produce high-grade engineersPlacement in IT is average. Core company hiring almost negligible
98Christian College of Engineering and Technology, BhilaiKnown amongst localities in Bhilai Feedback from ex-students is relatively negativeFollows curriculum and teaching methodology set by external universityPlacements are very poor
99Dwarkadas J Sanghvi College of Engineering, MumbaiMore famous for its management coursesConsidered to be decent enough for an engineering degreeReasonable mix of academics and extra-curricular activitiesPlacements are reasonably good considering the downturn in the jobs market
100TKM College of Engineering, KollamPerception is favorable in Kerala, but non-existent outsideAlumni consider the college well-run and suitable for engineeringToo focused on theoretical aspects rather than practical learningPlacements are heavily distorted towards the IT sector
101Amity University, KolkataFamous purely due to its marketing campaignAlumni perception is negative for most of the partAcademics are relatively good owing to its autonomy over its curriculumPlacements aren’t up-to the mark due to lack of integration with industries
102Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, SangliNot perceived as a top engineering collegeAlumni reviews suggest college is a good option for students who fail to make it to other top collegesIsn’t well endowed to properly provide engineering educationPlacement is no guarantee as students have to work very hard to get placed
103Bhadrak Institute of Technology, BhadrakRelatively unknown outside the stateReviews are disparaging about the college’s meritAcademics aren’t up to the mark due to lack of proper facultiesPlacements are generally poor
104Jyothi Engineering College, Thrissur
Lack of placements have caused college perception to dipAlumni perception is mixed with anequal mix of positive and negative pointsAcademically stable with affiliation to University of CalicutPlacement record isn’t ideal which is down to lack of alumni network
105Rajiv Gandhi College of Engineering and Research, NagpurPerception is favorable in Nagpur, but non-existent outsideFeedback from alumni highlight some good and bad points of the collegeToo focused on theoretical curriculum rather than practical knowledgePlacements are from the IT sector.
106Bengal College of Engineering and Technology, DurgapurCollege perception isn’t idealAlumni reviews are mostly negativeFocus primarily on theoretical concepts of engineeringPlacements are below par
107Hindustan University, Kelambakkam

Placement and academic inconsistency causes perception to fluctuateAlumni perception is mixed with the most common complaint being the superfluous number of trivial rulesFocus on industry-oriented learning is lowLack of alumni network and industry outreach drives perception down
108Ramrao Adik Institue of Technology, Navi MumbaiCollege perception is good amongst studentsAlumni reviews paint a good picture of the collegeAcademically adept in terms of infrastructure and facilitiesPlacement record has shown signs of consistency
109Sri Venkateshwara College of Engineering, BangalorePerception isn’t ideal due to lackluster placement recordAlumni reviews signal lack of effort made to reach out to companies for placementsAble to maintain a certain standard due to affiliation with Visvesvaraya Technological UniversityLack of drive to bring companies to the campus
110Symbiosis Institute of Technology, PunePerception is solely built upon its much more illustrious management programmeAlumni perception is very positive regarding the college’s infrastructureFocus on skill-based learning and industry oriented teachingPlacements haven’t taken off as college is still identified to be better for management students
111Dhaneswar Rath Institute of Engineering and Management Studies, KhordhCollege perception isn’t up to the markAlumni perception is largely negativeIndustry oriented teaching is found lackingPlacements are poor due to lack of alumni network
112Sarvajanik College of Engineering and Technology, SuratUnknown outside Gujarat for engineeringCollege reviews give a positive spin on the college’s capability to provide engineering educationMore focused on theoretical learning rather than skill-based trainingMostly from the IT sector
113Gandhi Engineering College, BhubaneswarBarely considered for engineering in state itselfAlumni deem the college misguided for offering engineergAcademically poor due to lack of proper facultiesPlacements are poor as well
114Rajeev Gandhi Memorial College of Engineering and Technology, KurnoolIsn’t known outside South IndiaAlumni reviews pint out lack of facilities which are otherwise quotidian at engineering collegesVery low focus on innovative learning and skill-based teachingPlacements in IT have also been hit due to jobs slowdown
115Ravi Shankar Institute of Technology and Management, RaipurNot perceived as a top engineering college in ChhattisgarhAlumni reviews are very disparaging about the college’s infrastructureIsn’t good enough to provide engineering educationPlacements are poor due to all-round disparity of the college
116Pragati College of Engineering and Management, RaipurPerception is unfavorable in home state itselfFeedback from ex-students is usually poorFocused primarily on old and redundant engineering conceptsRecruitment is also very poor
117ITM University, Raipur
College perception banks upon reputation of sister institution in GwaliorGeneral feedback suggests a lack of coherence for technical studiesCurriculum too theoretical for proper engineering studiesPlacement isn’t up to the expectations of students
118Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering, NagpurIsn’t known outside MaharashtraAlumni reviews paint a favorable image of the collegeFocus on industry oriented learning and skill-training is lowCampus placements are solely premised on IT sector
119Institute of Engineering and Industrial Technology, DurgapurConsidered inadequate for a proper engineering courseAlumni perception largely highlighting lack of synchronism required for engineering educationFocus primarily on old and redundant engineering studies rather than industry-oriented teaching resourcesPlacements are found lacking due to lack of industrial integration