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Get admission along with Scholarship through Counselling
AIEESE final round online counselling is started.
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Government Universities in India are those which are established and/or financed by the government of India and the state governments. Government Universities in India are established by an Act of Parliament or local legislative assembly act. UGC defines it as an academic institute established or incorporated by or under a Central Act, a Provincial Act, or a State Act. Because of their close proximity with the government, they are duly recognised and provided funds by UGC without any fuss.
Indian government universities can be divided into Central Universities, Deemed to be Universities and State Universities. As of February 2016, there are 342 State Universities, 125 Deemed to be Universities, and 46 Central Universities. The total reaches 513 government universities. The state with the majority of State Universities in Uttar Pradesh with a count of 24. Tamil Nadu has the most number of Deemed Universities with a total count of 28. Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh each have 5 Central Universities making them the highest regions with a concentration of such universities. Within these are types are certain sub-types of Universities which are specialized in one of the other streams, for example, Agricultural Universities, Medical Universities, Open Universities, and few others. The number of Indian Public Universities is more; the same is the case with top-ranked universities in India.
Admission eligibility criteria:
The path to join government universities for the undergraduate level is to pass the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main first. The few of the government universities conduct their own entrance exams for admissions in non-technical and management studies. The candidates with the JEE-Main marks are eligible to apply for the courses in govt. universities for seat allotment of their choice. For post Post-graduate level admissions, all graduates have to clear GATE with the best percentile.
All technical (undergraduate engineering) courses have a fee in the range of Rs 6 – 8 Lakhs (excluding hostel fee) for four years.
What after B. Tech/ Graduation:
All students entering govt. universities have a dream for higher education or management studies from globally recognized universities or to serve the nation by joining Indian Administrative Services (IAS), Indian Engineering Services (IES), or Higher Education in Indian & Global Universities. Some aspire to join leading global industries or having their own startups with great minds.
Here we are ready to assist you in achieving your dreams by providing online classes for GRE, GATE, GMAT, CAT & IELTS without hindrance to achieve your dreams.
Scholarship eligibility criteria:
All successful students of IIT, NIT, IIIT, ICAR & GFTI who have also applied and cleared our “All India Engineering Entrance Scholarship Examination are popularly known as AIEESE (Secondary)” are eligible for the scholarship. We are committing to grants financial assistance through our scholarship scheme up to Rs. 6 to 8 Lakhs for the engineering course of four years.
Being so diligent & dedicated you are, we are intended to take care of your financial part, so that you may focus on your study thoroughly.
“Wishing you for a bright & prosperous future.”