PES University, Bangalore

B.Tech Electrical and Electronics Engineering PES University, Bangalore

Quick Facts

Total Fees
12.80 Lakhs
Seats
120

Fees Details

General:
12.80 Lakhs

PESSAT Quota Fee - INR 3,20,000 / Annum.

CET Quota Fee - As per Govt of Karnataka norms.

Disclaimer: Data for total fees has been calculated based on all years/semesters as provided by the college. The actual fees may vary.

Important Dates

For all Exams Accepted by this Course
Dates Events
23 Apr, 2019 Form Submission| Mode: online
05 Oct, 2018 Form Availablity| Mode: online

Course Details

  • Mode: Full time
  • Duration: 4 Years
  • Offered by: PES University, Bangalore

Bachelor of Technology in Electrical and Electronics Engineering is a four-year full-time course offered by PES University, Bangalore.

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Admission Process

Register and take PESSAT/ KCET/ both (if eligible) and participate through counseling to compete for a merit seat based on PESSAT/ KCET rank. Provisional blocking of seats through higher fee/management/NRI/PIO/OCI/Sponsored quota is also possible. Approach the Admissions Information Centre at PES University – Ring Road Campus for more information on this.

Eligibility Criteria

60% aggregate marks in 10+2 or equivalent in science stream from a recognized board. Test Scores in PESSAT (National level exam) or KCET (State level exam) required.

Student Reviews

Perfect College

Posted on 03 Feb' 17 by tushar verma
Batch of 2018 | B.Tech Electrical and Electronics Engineering
This college is situated in Banashankari which is a very happening place in bangalore. And this, makes it a very connected and popular college. The rankings of the college all around Bangalore justify that PES University is #3. Also, it is very right because it earns that rank by being top-notch in all aspects. The infrastructure is very well planned and the campus is huge. The faculty is very efficient and well qualified. All departments have excellent labs. There are so many extra-curricular activities that a student has a wide variety of options to choose from. Hostels are very very nice ( I am a Hostelite). The safety factor for the hostelites is something parents SHOULD NOT worry about at all. Overall, It is the perfect college for everything.
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My college life An ECG

Posted on 29 Feb' 16 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2018 | B.Tech Electrical and Electronics Engineering
I considered myself very lucky to have got admission in one of the top colleges in the city after a series of underperformances in class 12. Day one of college left me with mixed feelings. I didn't know whether I had to be worried and tensed about the fact the teachers were tyrants in terms of academics or happy about the fact that I had the freedom of the world, in my terminology. Well, I chose the latter. Freedom is something that has to be handled carefully, and I am still in the process of learning this lesson. Being a hosteler and having third-year students as my roommates, gave me a lot of knowledge about college and its working.I would constantly get advises and opinions, and this kind of helped me get familiarized with college and its ways. The fact that I am a social person did not make it a problem for me to make friends. At the end of one week of college, I saw myself talking to a lot of people, taking part in a lot of activities, roaming in random places and eating all kinds of outside food. The fact that I was able to gel so easily and adapt to such a big change gave me a lot of confidence. The first main event that we had was,'The Amateur Scientist', the techno-fest of our college. This was the ultimate platform for freshers to get to know college, make new friends and also engage themselves in college related work. I gave my name for the marketing domain. Later on, I also gave my name for taking interviews. On the day of the fest, I was made to take interviews of about 50 participants. That day was truly brilliant as it gave me a first-hand experience of how you are supposed to deal with different kinds of people, especially while talking to them and suiting to their demands.At the end of the day, I received a lot of compliments for the work I had done. I also started getting a lot of attention for the work I had done. I was the most excited person on earth. I assumed a false sense of popularity. Day by day, I was more into making friends and widening my circle and I was somehow in my own bubble, which was of course on top of the world. As one can observe, nowhere have I mentioned about studies or anything related to it. Exactly, that was exactly what was happening. I completely neglected studies and started living the life they would show in movies. Although, I wasn't exactly partying around or bunk or anything of that sort; I was still being irresponsible with respect to my studies.Days were going fast. By the time I realized anything or could get the sense of what I was doing, the semester end exams had arrived. Like every exam I had written until then in college, I had messed up even the final exams. All due to not studying. We have this deadly concept in college. That is, results arrive within 10 days after the end of our semester end exams, popularly called 'SEE'. As expected, I scored very less.I had just passed in every subject, with a meager grade point of 6.29. I then realized how strict the college was. My college seemed and still seems like a lion's den to me. Right now I am in my third semester. I have improved by a marginal amount and I still have a lot to improve on. Forgetting about marks and scores, here is one thing I absolutely respect my college for. My college has taught me that engineers are those people capable of multi-tasking. They are those people who can do anything and everything technical. That the word 'Engineer' is not merely a word, but an emotion. My college focuses on making each student a knowledgeable one. They encourage smart, sensible and practical learning.The college has taught me that with discipline, commitment, and motivation; even the feeblest of minds can become the strongest.Moreover, there is no such concept of a feeble mind.It is just how you condition your mind to. Now, getting out of the boasting about the 'greatness of college' mode; I would like to tell about Aatmathrisha or AT. AT is the biggest and coolest fest of our college. This is the fest that unites every single student from every department to work with each other. There is so much interaction, extravaganza, glamor, fun, work, food, dance, races and much more. I was a part of the DISCO team or the 'disciplinary committee'. As the name suggests, we were to look after the peace and discipline of our college while the fest was going on. I think this was the best job I could have probably got, as I assumed a lot of commands. I got to check people's bags, control them in the case of indiscipline, patrol the entire college along with my teammates. We had Sunidhi Chauhan perform for us in college. A let me tell you, we had about two thousand students on campus on the concert night. Dancing, singing and running around and doing whatever we wanted to, made it one of the best days in college for me, until now. Coming to my life in the hostel. My life in a hostel is no different from that of any other hosteler's. From making midnight magic to preying on our day scholar classmates' lunchboxes, I have done it all. Every hosteler has one thing to say, that their warden is the meanest.Well, I have nothing new to say either. We've had this one occasion. When we had to celebrate a friend's birthday at 12:00 am. Our hostel rules do not permit us to celebrate birthdays after 10:00 pm, that too in the mess hall. We had to break the rules. We somehow sneaked the cake into the hostel without the warden or the securities or any of the cameras' notice. I hid the parcel of cake in my laundry bag until 11:50 pm. Then, taking the parcel, my friends and I slowly made way to our friends room, all tip-toed. We felt like criminals at that point of time. We somehow managed to go. We made her cut the cake at 12:00. We laughed, partied and sang and then we heard footsteps. Heavy ones. And we then hear a loud knock on the door. All of us just instinctively started cleaning up the room, washing our faces. We kept the person waiting for about a minute. We stuffed the cake, balloon, and all the party items in a cupboard. While half of us hid in the bathroom, the other half picked random books and pens and sat on the floor pretending to study. As the birthday girl opened the door, door !we see this friend of ours standing angrily door. One of us was supposed to wake her up at 11:55, forgotten. but we were forgotten. Sighing a sense of relief, we all apologized and made up for it. After all the celebrations, we made sure we cleaned up every inch of the mess we created. At the end of it, we escaped from getting caught by the warden. Not just this, I have had a lot of instances when friends became family at the time of need, where we all united against our common enemy the warden. So summing up, I would like to say that I have had my own share of ups and downs and I still have a lot of college life left. And I want to make the most of it. Hence, the reason why I call my college life an ECG.
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Excellent institute with a lot of opportunities

Posted on 13 Feb' 16 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2018 | B.Tech Electrical and Electronics Engineering
My experience in the college has been very good, academically my college stands on top with well-experienced teachers and lab faculties, who are ready to update their knowledge with every opportunity along with the students. There are opportunities for extracurricular activities like sports, music, dancing etc. Frequent seminars give us information about various things to pursue.I would definitely recommend this college to everyone.
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College with plenty of oppurtunities

Posted on 12 Feb' 16 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2018 | B.Tech Electrical and Electronics Engineering
It is a fantastic college with immense greenery and infrastructure. It provides varieties of opportunities and lets you discover yourself. The tests are modernized in which tests are held on computers with hi-tech technology as to bring out the talent in young to-be engineers rather than boost their memory skills.
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A place which teaches life skills

Posted on 10 Feb' 16 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2017 | B.Tech Electrical and Electronics Engineering
The college infrastructure is very good. The faculty is very helpful. the boys hostel mess and the arrangements are excellent. The labs are equipped with latest gadgets or software. The college also promotes extracurricular activities. The college arranges a lot of fests and seminars.
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