Activities Dates Online registration starts from 30th January 2019 Last date to submit application form 21st February 2019 Last date to submit application with late fee 28th February 2019 Remittance of fee (online only) 30th January – 1st March 2019 Extended period for online registration to M.Tech programmes 15th March – 21st March 2019 Last […]
Coding is the process through which you tell your computer how to operate or perform tasks the way you want it to. The question is how do you do this?
Come the end of March, all students appearing for their Class 12 examination would be relieved—school life is over. However, there is one burning question that is always at the back of their minds: what to do after Class 12. This creates stronger anxiety for those who have picked up the science stream, with any […]
Electrical engineering, one of the core branches of the engineering discipline, deals with the study, design, and application of equipment, devices, and systems that use electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism. Electrical engineers work with all kinds of electronic devices, from the smallest pocket devices to large supercomputers. They develop and supervise the manufacture of electrical equipment […]
Electrical and electronics engineering are often confused as interchangeable terms. But there is a difference, while electrical engineering deals with products or a combination of products directly associated with electricity, electronics engineering caters to semiconductor devices which use electricity as a tool for functioning.
Geological engineering is a specialised field of geology and engineering. This sub-discipline that is somewhat related to the master stream of civil engineering, concerns with all the geological attributes in any engineering work.
Both aerospace and aeronautical engineering work with vehicles/vessels, machines, computers or electronics that can operate in air or outer space. They both perform a lot of similar tasks, yet there is some notable difference between the two.
Recent trends in civil services exam suggest questions today involve more reasoning. A student should put his or her analytical and logical thinking skills to use, apart from their retaining capacity. Engineering students are good at reasoning skills, which they develop due to the format and pattern of their exams in graduation.
The syllabus for Amrita Engineering Examination is based on the subjects in Class 11 & 12. It is divided into three sections: Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. These are the subjects and topics within: Physics Oscillations and waves Ray and wave optics Modern physics Units and dimensions Mechanics Solids and fluids Electrostatics, current electricity and magneto […]
There are no set patterns or number of questions for a JEE Advanced examination. However, the most important criteria it to have cleared the JEE Main exam that year.