The Indian students are always after one course, engineering studies. Whatever be your performance report until 12th, you all are destined towards a single class of institutions, engineering colleges. If you are someone who wants to stay in Chennai, one of the best cities in Tamilnadu, we are giving you our pick of top engineering colleges in Chennai.
Top 10 Engineering Colleges in Chennai
|1||Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai (IIT Madras)
|2||Madras Institute of Technology, Madras|
|3||Alagappa College of Technology, Chennai|
|4||Sri Sairam Engineering College|
|5||Sri Ventakeswara College of Engineering, Chennai|
|6||BS Abdur Rahman University, Chennai|
|7||SRM University, Chennai|
|8||Joseph’s College of Engineering, Chennai|
|9||Vels University School of Engineering, Chennai|
Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai (IIT Madras)
It’s an IIT! That explains itself and the fact that Chennai IIT was established in 1959 makes the standard of Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai to be on an another level of excellence. This institute was a product from the generous support and technical and financial assistance from West Germany. It is famous for offering outstanding engineering and management studies. It is known to be the third institute to have been built under an Act of a Parliament. The institute was approved by the AICTE. According to Indian Express article, IIT Madras is ranked at 1st spot in the list of IIT colleges in India.
Madras Institute of Technology, Madras
The Madras Institute of Technology was founded and established in 1949. It is perhaps the very first self-liquidating institutes in Chennai. This institute is another significant constituent of the Anna University but was once a stand-alone institute. This institute is an edge over the others with its doctoral, post-doctoral, undergraduate courses and even Electronics, Aeronautical courses.
Alagappa College of Technology, Chennai
The autonomous Alagappa College of Technology was founded in 1944 and has been seen as a good selection among the Chennai-based engineering colleges. The institute was originally a split body of the Anna Technical University. Even until now, it is still a substantial part of the Anna Technical University. The institute is commonly known for its breath-taking 100-hectare main campus that exudes the breadths between rivers Raj Bhawan and Adyar. The institute offers various and diverse programs from doctoral, post-doctoral and 9 UG and PG degree programs. The institute was also approved by the UCG.
Sri Sairam Engineering College
The Sri Sairam Engineering College was established in the year 1995 and had never failed the Educational Associations in Chennai for its highly substantial education standards. This institution started as a small and private, self-liquidating institution funded by the Sapthagiri Educational Trust. The college is highly affiliated to the Anna University so that it has recently been accredited with ISO 9001:2000 certification. The college offers nine exemplary courses and six postgraduate courses in the area of engineering.
Sri Ventakeswara College of Engineering, Chennai
The Sri Ventakeswara College of Engineering was established in 1985 with recognizable academic system plans, educational plotlines, targeted accreditation rates and sufficient contingencies in case of separation from the Anna University (since it is another constituent or affiliate of the Anna University). Looking at all these, there is no denying the fact that such college is down-right
ambitious. It offers 10 undergraduate courses and 10 postgraduate courses in the engineering domain.
BS Abdur Rahman University, Chennai
The BS Abdur Rahman University was established in 1984. The university remains to be a privately-owned and self-operating. It has more than one affiliation- the UCG and the AICTE. This advanced the course offerings in the university to acquiring both 15 UG and 23 PG courses altogether. It stands to be one of the largest universities in India. It also most important to note that the university was awarded the ISO 9001:2008 certifications by DNV Netherland for its double approval standard with nods between AICTE and the National Board of Accreditation.
SRM University, Chennai
The privately-owned SRM University was established in 1985 and had instantly made it to the top. Due to its strong internal provisions, it earned the title of being a “Deemed University. It is very famous for its high-standard education reflected its diverse course offerings from Engineering, Medicine, Arts and Sciences e.t.c. It perhaps owns the credit of having the most diverse course offerings than any other schools in Chennai. All-in-all, it has 39 UG courses, 2 integrated courses, 60 PG courses in the field of engineering alone.
Joseph’s College of Engineering, Chennai
The St. Joseph’s College of Engineering was established in 1994 by the Jeppiaar Educational Trust. Another Anna University affiliated college, it had been declared eight years ago as a Christian Minority Institution. The college offers ten-fifteen undergraduate, doctoral and post-doctoral courses that are related to engineering. The college is also one of the best colleges with diverse courses offered. The college is also directly accredited with all UG and PG codes in its education system.
Vels University School of Engineering, Chennai
The autonomous VELS University- School of Engineering was established in 1992. It holds the 10th spot in the list of the top civil engg universities in Chennai. Also titled as a Deemed University, it ran aground from the formal supervision of the VAEL’s Educational Trust to being a private institution. From being a college, it has been recognized and approved by the UCG as a university in the later years. The institute was approved by the UCG.