Top 10 Engineering Entrance Exams List for 2023

By Ishika Satwika Singh

9th May, 2023

Engineering is the most sought-after programme to study in India. To get admission to best engineering colleges in India, candidates have to appear in engineering entrance exams after 12th. There are a number of engineering entrance exams are held in India each year – national level, state level and university level.


“Here’s a list of the top 10 engineering entrance exams”

– JEE Main is the admission procedure into the well-known IIITs, NITs and other more prestigious engineering institutes of the nation. More than 12 lakh applicants appear for this examination hoping to clear and reach JEE Advanced for admissions. – BITSAT offers admission to all eligible applicants into the three campuses of BITS. Around 2 lakh applicants appear for this examination every year

JEE Mains, BITSAT 2023


– The Manipal Entrance Test (MET), previously known as MU OET, is a University level examination that brings in over 50,000 applicants per year. – The VIT University conducts the University level examination and around 2 lakh students appear for it every year.

– The SRM Joint Engineering Entrance Examination (SRMJEEE) is conducted by the SRM Institute of Science and Technology for all eligible aspirants. – COMEDK UGET conducted by the Consortium of Medical Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka offers 20,000 btech seats. – The Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology is the conducting authority of KIITEE. KIITEE is conducted in online mode



– Symbiosis Institute of Technology Engineering Entrance Examination (SITEEE) is conducted annually by Symbiosis Institute of Technology (SIT) and offers 420 seats. – AMUEEE is a University level entrance examination conducted by Aligarh Muslim University for admissions into the available B.Tech programmes. – MHT CET 2023 or Maharashtra Common Entrance Test is for admissions to first-year of BE/BTech courses in Maharashtra state.

These are the top 10 engineering entrance exams conducted in India. If you’re an aspiring engineer, these are the exams you should consider applying to.