The Fair Game of Taking Admission in IITs
The undisputed reputation of Indian Institute of Technology (IITs) goes beyond borders and to prove it we have a study, conducted in 2004, that states that over 70% of the companies in Silicon Valley are run by Indian engineers, mostly from IITs. In fact, we don’t have to go too far to acknowledge the dominance created by IITians in the industrial world. Even in India, most recognized industries are anchored by the leaders who have honed their skills in IITs.
Union Minister Jairam Ramesh, ITC Chief Y C Deveshwar, Nandan Nilekani Co Founder and ex CEO of Infosys, and N R Narayana Murty, Co Founder and Former Chairman Infosys are few good examples.
However, over a period of time, the emergence of IITs including those established in 2008, has left engineering aspirants with a difficult decision to make in academics. With a string of endless features and courses offered by IITs in India today, engineering aspirants are finding it tough to choose their best options.
This is not only resulting in an increase of underwhelming academic performances among IITians, but also leading the country to a very serious situation in coming future.
The only way to curb this issue is to provide all engineering aspirants with an unbiased platform from where they can view a clear and detailed picture of all important IIT features equally and, thereby, take a crucial step of life wisely.
This is why we’ve come up with a list of a few best IITs and their other key features that you must evaluate before taking admission in just any IIT of your choice. This will not only make your task of taking admission in IITs hassle free, but also improve chances of your professional success by manifold.
So, here we go—
|IITs||Established||Highest Pay Package (2013)||Best Branch||Why Join|
|IIT-Delhi||1961||Rs. 64.8 Lakhs (Average Pay Package Rs. 5.2 Lakh)||Mechanical Engineering||
|IIT-Bombay||1958||Rs. 80 Lakhs (Average Pay Package Rs. 7-12 Lakhs)||Computer Science and Electrical||
|IIT-Kanpur||1959||Rs. 1.20 Crore (Average Pay Package Rs. 7-12 Lakhs)||Computer Science||
|IIT-Kharagpur||1951||Rs. 93 Lakhs ( Average Pay Package Rs. 7-12 Lakhs)||Computer Science and Mechanical||
|IIT-Madras||1959||Approx Rs. 92 Lakhs (Average Pay Package Rs. 7-12 Lakhs)||Computer Science and Mechanical||
|IIT-Guwahati||1994||Rs. 74.8 Lakhs ( Average Pay Package Rs. 7-12 Lakhs)||Computer Science||
|IIT-Roorkee||1847||Rs. 1.54 Crore ( Average Pay Package Rs. 7-12 Lakhs)||Civil||
All the aforementioned facts have been derived from authentic sources. You are most welcome to share your views and disagreement on anything discussed in this article.