University Institute of Technology, The University of Burdwan, Burdwan

BE Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering University Institute of Technology, The University of Burdwan, Burdwan

Quick Facts

Total Fees
2.62 Lakhs
Approval
AICTE
Seats
60

Fees Details

General:
2.62 Lakhs
Scheduled Caste:
0
Scheduled Tribe:
0
Other Backward Caste:
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Disclaimer: Data for total fees has been calculated based on all years/semesters as provided by the college. The actual fees may vary.

Course Details

  • Mode: Full time
  • Duration: 4 Years
  • Offered by: University of Burdwan, Bardhaman

Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) in Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering is a Graduate program of technical field. The duration of this course is 4 years with 8 semesters and course approved by AICTE.

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Admission Process

Candidates are required to appear at a written test conducted by the “West Bengal Board of Examination for Admission to Engineering, Medical & Technology Degree Colleges”. The final selection of the candidates for admission is made through counselling conducted by the “Central Selection Committee”. Candidates finally selected for admission, will be required to produce certificates of fitness from a Medical Officer in the prescribed form. Enrolment Form is attached with this Brochure.

Eligibility Criteria

Applications are invited from candidates, both male and female who have passed/appeared this year in the Higher Secondary(10+2) or it’s equivalent examination with English, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and vernacular or any other fifth subject. The general candidates must have to secure at least 45% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics taken together (40% for SC/ST candidates) and at least 30% marks in English under West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education or equivalent examination of a University/ Recognized Board/Council. The selection of the candidates who have appeared will, however, be subject to their passing of the said examination before admission.

Student Reviews

Not Recommended for a good student

Abhishek Anand
Posted on 25 Jan' 17 by Abhishek Anand
Batch of 2018 | BE Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
NOT RECOMMENDED pros: fee is affordable you will get a goverment degree good hostel life cos: No fun collerge life No extra ativities poor faculty no infrastructure poorest placement Don't join this college. management is very poor(0%). From the college you will get nothing except degree. You have to prepare for competitive exam(Like Gate) for getting job. In that case also the odd semester exam will is conducted around till 15 jan. So you will not get sufficient time for preparation. This year the even semester exam is continued till 1st week of August(Except 4th year after a lot of protest from us). That mean you cannot get the time Training or Internship. Also some of the good teachers left the college when I am in 2nd year. Also many of my friends had prepared for joint again in 1st year after joining this college.So, after spending four year this college, my suggestion is not to join this college. If your sole purpose is to get a Engineering degree with a Govt. tag or if you're so afraid of getting tortured in the name of ragging, then only go for it. But otherwise, don't even think about it. Go & get your degree from a private college, at least you'll get campussing. Here, your life & 4 years will seriously be ruined no matter how you try to do it (exception is for the ones who are very good at oiling, and bonus if you're a girl over that)
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Pressure cooker..But Enjoyable..

Sourav Ghosh
Posted on 30 Nov' 16 by Sourav Ghosh
Batch of 2018 | BE Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
As a whole the academic is very good here... The faculty is very experienced and helpful... But students might find little space to explore and express their thoughts and views.. Clg life is not so much interesting but there is lots of internal students portal & club (literacy, sports, coding, etc..) Practical industrial exposure is not so much.... From my personsal experience said that there is not many job opportunities.... But if u gona do higher study and want to gain #bokish_knowledge.. Then it's perfect for u.. Bcoz everybody forced to do so... doesn't matter you are willing or not... More or less if you have no other option then at a cheap price #2.5 lacs you can get at least some kind of reputed #Degree..
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A college with less future.

Kaustav
Posted on 09 Oct' 16 by Kaustav
Batch of 2015 | BE Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
I am a student of University Institute of Technology. Many people don't know about the college because of less marketing. The things this college lack are the motivation for tech-feast or any kind of creative work. Very few persons are interested in this. The second thing is the attendance fear and backlog fear.At one point in time, there we have almost 250 backlog candidates for the mechanic's paper in 1st semester out of 400 students. Next is the lift facility.Though it is a six floored college, there was no lift till 2015. As per placement scenario, there were very few students from the whole college who were placed in on compassing. If the thing comes under core company on compassing then we will need a microscope. Though I can consider myself as a lucky guy ( I got placed in on-campassing with no backlogs in a single exam), but most of the students found themselves in another part of the table.
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Just a TAG Line ,Thats it is a Government College

Posted on 06 Oct' 16 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2018 | BE Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
Never To get Admited in this college,to Ruin Your Life.None of the things are good in this area.So,Kindly donot Judge by its Infrastructure of the college,because it is the only thing which it has to exhibit.None of the Faculties or college Staff are friendly or helpful,Rather call them as corrupted.I Will never Recommend to get admission in this College, to all my juniors or Seniors (M.E) who r willing to get Admitted.
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Not so good

Posted on 23 Aug' 16 by NISITH MAZUMDAR
Batch of 2016 | BE Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
The faculties are worst and most of them are doing PHDs and they are mostly on the contractual basis and not so helpful. The placement is not so good though some companies like TCS comes on campus. The college appointed staff is really rude and bad, they like to harass the student in every possible way. the lab is not up to the mark as it lacks instruments. most of the students mistake it as govt. college as it is under Burdwan University though it is not. Hostels do not even have proper mess facilities and wifi facilities.
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