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engineering colleges In banglore
Ramaiah Institute of Technology
Despite being an engineering institute, Ramaiah is the only college in Bangalore to have a separate department for cultural activities. They have taken this initiative to support the arts and social sciences. In fact, they focus on the amalgamation of science and social causes so much that they use drones to publicise the blood donation camp in the college corridors. Man, they really put the science in social science.
International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore
IIIT, Bangalore is a private college of engineering in Bangalore with a really good placement rate. And that’s despite the fact that Infosys, one of the biggest employers of freshers in this country, does not come to their placement week. Why, Infosys, why?
R V College of Engineering
When talking about placements, RVCE boasts of a close to 100% rate, especially in its ISE and CS departments. If that reason wasn’t enough to enroll in this b-tech college in Bangalore, their college fest is also quite famous among other engineering colleges in Bangalore. Fun fact: It is nicknamed “8th Mile” because the campus is 8 miles from the city centre (no reference to any movie about a rapper).
BMS College of Engineering
Another one among the top 10 engineering colleges in Bangalore is BMS. Students flock over here since the chances of being placed in a top MNC are around 85% on average. Guess those folks who say, “Get into the right college, and your life is set”, are probably talking about B.M.S. College of Engineering.
Although you’ll find PES University’s name in every list of engineering colleges in Bangalore, it is quite different from the others. It has the most modern infra and sports facilities, but it’s really strict with its rules. We mean, what’s the point when they fine their students for playing on the college ground?! And oh, if you’re thinking of complaining about it over video call to your friends or parents, good luck to you – they don’t have internet in the hostel rooms.
Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering
We hate to break it to you, but the ‘Sagar’ in Dayanand Sagar College of Engineering, does not mean it’s situated near the sea. But it is built on a hill and has a stunning natural view from all the classrooms and labs. We’re sure that more than makes up for the missing ocean view.
The reasons Alliance is one of the top engineering colleges in Bangalore are the good placements and faculty to student ratio. Plus, the white buildings of the campus literally look like Birla temples shown in Bollywood movies from the 2000s. If you’re as passionate about photography as you are about engineering, you’ll love this place for the aesthetics.Notes|Edit