Best Engineering Colleges By City

The city where your college is based makes a big difference. While big metropolises provide students with exposure and the taste of fast life, smaller cities with untouched surroundings make a good setting for distraction free education. Both have their benefits. In this list we bring to you the top colleges in various cities. To know more about our methodology click on: methodology For the complete all India rankings list click on: bestengineeringcolleges

Bangalore

It’s called the Silicon Valley of India. Do we need to say more? With plenty of internship opportunities at the best of multinationals, the city is surely is a dream destination for engineering students. Pleasant weather and good infrastructure are added perks of studying in the city. To know more about our methodology click on: methodology For the complete all India rankings list click on: bestengineeringcolleges

Coimbatore

The educational hub of south India boasts of many colleges in a variety of fields. But, education is not the only thing that city is famous for. Coimbatore is often called the motor sports capital of the country. And, so if you are a motor sports junkie, this might be a great place for you to study in. To know more about our methodology click on: methodology For the complete all India rankings list click on: bestengineeringcolleges

Delhi

Studying in Delhi has many perks. Not only does the capital region boast of some prestigious colleges, studying in the capital also provides you with the big city exposure. Also, as Gurgaon and Noida are the the corporate and industrial hubs, the internship opportunities are many. With the rich cultural life and many student places to hang out, Delhi is surely one of the best places to study for overall student experience. To know more about our methodology click on: methodology For the complete all India rankings list click on: bestengineeringcolleges

Hyderabad

If top education and awesome food go hand in hand for you, then Hyderabad might be right city for you. The city boasts of some powerhouse technical institutions. Hyderabad has a rich culture and the people are pleasant with great mannerism. Studying in Hyderabad will not only get you a degree, but will also give you a chance to learn some Nizami mannerisms if you are interested. To know more about our methodology click on: methodology For the complete all India rankings list click on: bestengineeringcolleges

Pune

Pune is an educational hub with good institutes in all fields. Studying in Pune is a boon for students who want to interact and learn from brilliant students from other streams. Pune’s weather is mostly pleasant, and hence you can focus entirely on your studies without being burdened by extreme heat or cold. The city’s proximity to Mumbai is another added benefit. Here are the best colleges in Pune. To know more about our methodology click on: methodology For the complete all India rankings list click on: bestengineeringcolleges


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Methodology

This year's rankings are based on objective measurements of four components of quality: employability, research productivity, faculty qualifications, and the fill rate. Two of these, employability and research productivity, are measures of outcomes. One, faculty qualifications, measures the quality of a key input to the learning experience. And, one – fill rate, measures students' demand for education at the institution. Each of these four components is scored on a scale of zero to ten. Ten represents the best performance on each component and zero represents the worst. The weights on each component were chosen through a statistical process that we explain later. The weights are: employability – 50%, research productivity – 25%, faculty qualifications – 15% and fill rate – 10%.

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