In Indian education industry, engineering has become the most preferred stream by students at graduate level.

  Thanks to the booming Indian economy which provides sufficient opportunities to multiplying number of engineering graduates in
  our country.
  At the same time, the increasing inclination of students towards Engineering has made engineering entrance exams more competitive and a hard nut to crack.
 Various written entrance exams at National and State levels are organised every year across India to test the acumen, analysing
 and problem solving skills of candidates .
IIT-JEE : The most cut throat competition among these is IIT – JEE(Indian Institute of Technology – Joint Entrance Exam) which opens the door to the prestigious IITs( Indian Institute of Technology).
AIEEE : Another such national Exam is AIEEE(All India Engineering Entrance Examination) which leads to institutes like IIITs(Indian Institute of Information Technology) and REC(Regional engineering colleges) etc.
BITSAT : This is a national level engineering entrance exam conducted by the Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS), Pilani (Rajasthan) for admissions to its undergraduate level engineering courses.
Other state level engineering entrance examinations (SLEEE) includes :
VIT Engineering Entrance Exam (VITEEE)
Kerala’s KEAM engineering entrance exam
Karnataka Common Entrance Test (CET) Exam
Delhi Common Engineering Entrance Exam (DCEE)
Maharashtra Common Engineering Entrance Test (MHT CET)
Punjab Technical University Common Entrance Test (PTU CET)