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B.Tech Lateral Entry Admission, Fees, Colleges, Eligibility & Syllabus

Update on 01 Sep, 22

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B.Tech Lateral Entry Admission, Fees, Colleges, Eligibility & Syllabus
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"B.Tech Lateral Entry program is considered a better option for those who are eager to take admission in the 2nd year or 3rd semester of the B.Tech Course and want to complete the degree."

Lateral Entry Admission in B.Tech Course:

It is a program where a Diploma student or a student who has done B.Sc Course can seek admission directly in the 2nd year or the 3rd semester of the Engineering Courses. The procedure of admission differs from college to college. When it is regarding lateral entry in B.Tech, some colleges administer an entrance exam before giving admissions. Whereas few colleges give direct admissions to the students. They consider giving admissions on a merit basis reviewing the percentage obtained in Diploma or the B.Sc program.

We can see all around how modern technology has changed our living standards. Nowadays technology is being used in almost every sphere of our daily functions and chores. Such is the role of technology that has completely transformed the way we function as human beings. The person Driving this change is an engineer. B.Tech students from the first steps of change in this entire scheme of things. For several such students, the B.Tech lateral entry program is a popular way.

What is B.Tech Lateral Entry?

It is a program through which you can take admission directly in the B.Tech 2nd year (3rd semester) instead` of the 1st year but for that, you have to be eligible for it. To know eligibility read the below-mentioned points carefully:-

(1) After a student completes his/her Diploma Courses or B.Sc courses, there are two common ways, students would like to choose among either one:

  • Job
  • B.Tech Lateral Entry Course

(2) It means Direct Admission to the 2nd year OR 3rd semester of regular B.Tech program in the relevant stream of Diploma through counseling or Entrance Exam. 

(3) They DO NOT need to pursue the first year of the B.Tech Course. There is no difference between regular and lateral entry in the case of placements or course curriculum. The only difference is the course tenure.

  • Regular B.Tech - 4 Years (8 semesters)
  • Lateral Entry B.Tech - 3 Years (6 semesters)

(4) There are few reasons for students to choose Regular B.Tech after Diploma like,

  • If students are fascinated by technology.
  • But, most of the Engineering Diploma Students choose B.tech Lateral Entry to ensure the faster promotion and career growth.

Eligibility for B.Tech Lateral Entry:

If candidates are aspiring to become an engineer then students must satisfy the following eligibility for B.Tech Lateral Entry Course.

  • Candidates should have completed their 3-year diploma program in engineering with at least 45% minimum aggregate marks throughout the year from the recognized Institute which should be approved by the Government of India.
  • A Minimum of 40%marks are necessary for candidates belonging to the reserved category, this criterion is also applicable for a person with a disability.
  • If the aspirant is a B.Sc graduate, then the aspirant must have studied maths as a major subject in the stream.
  • The aspirants must have passed the Diploma exam from an AICTE recognized institute in the appropriate branch of engineering and technology. 
  • They must have scored a minimum of 45% marks in the Diploma exam or equivalent to it. 
  • As stated above for reserved category candidates there might be a relaxation of 5% depending on the institute, they are required to score 40%.
  • If the candidate does not have a Diploma or pass the Diploma Exam in the appropriate engineering and technology branch, then he/she is required to have completed a Bachelor of Science in Physics, Chemistry, and mathematics from a recognized university as per the University Grants Commission.
  • The applicant must have scored at least 45% marks, the candidates of the reserved categories are given a 5% relaxation.
  • Applicants in reserved categories must score at least 40% of the aggregate marks, including physics, chemistry, and maths.
  • Candidates must reach the 12th with an aggregate or equivalent mark of 60%.

Following are some different streams of Engineering along with its description in short:

  • B.Tech in Computer Science Engineering: It is designed to help explain the fundamentals of computer programming and networking in computer science or computer engineering. It involves a multitude of related topics such as computation, algorithms, programming languages, system design, computer applications, hardware, etc.
  • B.Tech in Chemical Engineering: It aims to improve the knowledge and study of the application of chemistry involved in our day-to-day life and industrial processes. In chemical engineering the following topics are covered: chemical reactions, material science, energy, chemical technology, biochemistry, molecular chemistry, and other related subjects
  • B.Tech in Aerospace Engineering: It is designed to improve aircraft, spacecraft, missiles, and weapons know-how and skills. Aerospace engineering or aeronautical engineering deals with mechanical engineering topics such as physics, design, robotics, and other related topics.
  • B.Tech in Electronics Engineering: It is a career-driven option that enables one to build devices such as computers, scanners, cell phones, surveillance systems, digital televisions, and other useful innovations of modern life.
  • B.Tech in Automotive Engineering: It deals with the design, production, testing, repair, and servicing of automobiles such as cars, trucks, motorcycles, scooters, etc. The study of automotive engineering includes all other related topics such as mechanical engineering, electronics, electrical engineering, and safety engineering.
  • B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering: It is the study of engineering branches involved in the manufacture, design, and maintenance of machines. The course is designed to train the students to apply the mechanical engineering principles for mechanical systems design, manufacture, and maintenance.
  • B.Tech in Aeronautics: It is similar to Aerospace engineering. It deals with the study of the aeronautics concept to prepare, design, develop and research the science behind the physical properties of rockets, aircraft, spacecraft, and shuttles.
  • B.Tech in Civil Engineering: It is the study of the engineering branch responsible for the planning, design, construction, maintenance, and supervision of the infrastructure.
  • B.Tech in Biotechnology: It involves the study of an engineering branch that deals directly with applied biology, such as the use of living organisms, bio-processes in technology, medicine, and other bio-product-required fields.
  • B.Tech in Ceramic Engineering: It deals with the study of the principles involved in the manufacture of products that assist the operation of computers and electronic devices and assist the global process of telecommunication.
  • B.Tech in Petroleum Engineering: It includes a study aimed at improving the skills needed to create & apply innovative technologies for the petroleum industry. Operations in the petroleum industry involve drilling, manufacturing, and reservoir engineering, petrochemical processing, and crude oil refining.
  • B.Tech in Biomedical Engineering: It deals with the study of medical science principles aimed at creating innovations for healthcare services to make them more efficient. It demands the study of a wide range of diagnostic and therapeutic applications.
  • B.Tech in Instrumentation Engineering: It deals with the study of a field of engineering concerning the calculation and control of the movement of charges in automated systems. It involves studying topics like material science, signal processing, statistics, and optics.
  • B.Tech in Information Technology: It deals with the study of computer-based information systems design, development, implementation, support and running. It covers both the software and hardware industries. It is different from computer science since it involves more than mathematics in the management and information sciences.
  • B.Tech in Industrial Engineering: It involves fabrication or industrial management studies. To increase a company's efficiency, it deals with internal resources and management systems. It includes knowing and handling an enterprise's following aspects: collaboration, connectivity, economic analysis, capacity, material handling, & planning.
  • B.Tech in Robotics: It is the study of design, and construction, operation, & use of robots in conjunction with computer systems for their control, processing of information, and sensory feedback.

Age Limit for B.Tech Lateral Entry:

The age criteria for the B.Tech Lateral Entry is as follows -

  • Minimum age limit - 18years
  • Maximum age limit - 28years 
  • There is a provision for age relaxation for reserved ST/categories.

B.Tech Lateral Entry Admission Procedure:

The Admission procedure is usually in two modes. They are

  1. Centralized Counseling System
  2. Lateral Entry Entrance Exam

(A). Centralized Counseling System:

The procedure for admission is not common to all States and territories within the Union of India. Some states follow this counseling process in which they allocate seats through the diploma merit list to regional government colleges and private colleges. The centralized counseling program is implemented in Tamil Nadu where students are assigned seats based on their percentage of diplomas. Usually, the counseling process starts between June and July.

(B). B.Tech Lateral Entry Entrance Exam:

The Entrance exam and counseling are administered by the Directorate of Technical Education of all the State and Union Territories. This entrance exam leads to the admission in-

  1. Government Engineering colleges
  2. Government Aided Engineering colleges
  3. Private Engineering colleges
  4. Deemed Universities

This is the list of the State Level Lateral Entry Entrance test for prominent Government & Private colleges:

  • Andhra Pradesh Engineering Common Entrance Test [AP-ECET]
  • Assam Joint Lateral Entry Entrance Exam [JLEE]
  • Bihar Lateral Entry Entrance Exam [BCECE-LE]
  • Gujarat Diploma To Degree Engineering Admission
  • Haryana Lateral Entry Entrance Test [Haryana-LEET]
  • Jharkhand Diplom To Degree Entrance Competitive Examination [JCECE-LE]
  • Karnataka Diploma Common Entrance Test [Karnataka-DCET]
  • Kerala B.Tech Lateral Entry Entrance Examination [Kerala-LET]
  • Maharashtra Direct Second Year Engineering Admission
  • Madhya Pradesh B.Tech Lateral Entry Admission
  • Odisha Joint Entrance Examination [OJEE] Lateral Entry Test
  • Punjab Technical University Lateral Entry Entrance Test [PTU-LEET]
  • Puducherry B.Tech Lateral Entry Test
  • Telangana State Engineering Common Entrance Test [TS-ECET]
  • TamilNadu B.Tech Lateral Entry Common Entrance Exam [ACG-CET]
  • Uttar Pradesh Lateral Entrance Examination [UPLEE]
  • Uttarakhand State Entrance Exam [UKSEE]

WestBengal UniversityJoint Entrance Exam for Lateral Entry [JELET]

Cutoff: Cutoff differs with the standards of the Institute or the University and entrance exam. The results about the cutoff are published on the official website of the respective Colleges or the Universities or Institutes.

Seat Availability: Seat allocation is administered by the Universities or the Institutes which is announced before the counseling procedure starts.

Syllabus for Lateral Entry Entrance Test:

The Lateral Entry Entry Exam is adopted to allow diploma students to switch to any stream they are curious in, so the syllabus is the same for all but question papers that vary depending on university application requirements. The pattern comprises 75 objective form questions with a duration of 90 minutes. The topics are given below, 

  1. Basic science (Physics OR Chemistry)
  2. Engineering Mathematics OR Graphics OR Mechanics
  3. Basic Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
  4. Basics of other core subjects

Books to Refer for B.Tech Lateral Entry Entrance Exam:

  1. Lateral Entry to Engineering Degree Programmes for Diploma Holders (2nd year OR 3rd Semester) by GKP 
  2. Lateral Entry Engineering Degree Examination Guide by R.P.H. Editorial Board
  3. L.E.E.T. by Frederic P. Miller, Agnes F. Vandome, John Mcbrewst

Important Months for the B.Tech Lateral Entry Entrance Examination (Tentative):

The lateral entrance exam is conducted throughout the tenure of the course, for engineering diploma holders, with an aggregate of at least 45%. The Exam Mode is online. The application form will be published on the respective colleges' official website with details of the course fees and the lateral entry entrance exam fees.

Details of important months are given in the following table,-

Events

Months

Application starts

Between April - May

Application dues

June

Admit card issuance

June

Entrance Exam date

June

List of Famous UGC Recognized Institutes or Universities or Colleges:

Apart from the state-level entrance exams, this is the list of top UGC recognized Private Universities in India providing the B.Tech Lateral Entry.

They are as follows-

list of top UGC recognized Private Universities in India

  • Amity School of Engineering
  • Amrita Institute of Technology & Science
  • Cochin University, Cochin
  • Dharmsinh Desai Institute of Technology
  • Dhirubhai Ambani IICT Gandhinagar
  • Faculty Of Engineering & Technology, Jadavpur University, Kolkata
  • G.H. Patel College of Engg & Technology
  • Guru Nanak Dev University (Amritsar), Punjab
  • Harcourt Butler Technological Institute Kanpur
  • Hindustan Institute of Technology, Chennai
  • Indraprastha University, New Delhi
  • Institute of Technology, Nirma Univ, Ahmedabad
  • International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad
  • Jabalpur Engineering College
  • Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi
  • JNTU Hyderabad
  • Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology Bhubaneswar
  • KIITS Orissa
  • M.S. Ramaiah Institute of Technology
  • M.S. Ramaiah Institute of Technology Bangalore
  • Maharashtra Institute of Technology (MIT)
  • MNIT Jaipur
  • St. Longowal institute of engineering and technology, Punjab
  • VIT Vellore

*These Private Universities administer their own entrance exams.

The List of the Top Government - Colleges for B.Tech Lateral Entry

The list of the Top Government colleges that provide the B.Tech Lateral Entry is-

  1. Government College of Engineering, Amravati
  2. Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology
  3. Bengal Engineering and Science University, Shibpur
  4. Harcourt Butler Technological Institute
  5. College of Engineering, Andhra University

B.Tech Lateral Entry Course provides the students with lots of opportunities.

List of Top 20 Colleges with NIRF Ranking:
  • Anna University, (Tamil Nadu)
  • Jadavpur University,( Kolkata)
  • Thapar Institute Of Engineering & Technology, (Punjab)
  • P.S.G. College Of Technology, (Coimbatore)
  • Amity University, (Uttar Pradesh)
  • Manipal Institute Of Technology, (Manipal)
  • Delhi Technological University [DTU], Delhi
  • College of Engineering [COEP], Pune
  • Kalinga Institute Of Industrial Technology [KIIT], Bhubaneswar
  • Pondicherry College Of Engineering [PEC], Puducherry
  • Vishwakarma Institute of Technology [ VIT], Pune
  • R.V. College of Engineering, [RVCE] Bangalore
  • Ramaiah Institute Of Technology [MSRIT], Bengaluru
  • B.M.S. College of Engineering, [BMSCE], Bengaluru
  • Siddaganga Institute Of Technology [SIT], Tumkur
  • PES University, Bengaluru
  • Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute [VJTI], Mumbai
  • New Horizon College Of Engineering [NHCE], Bengaluru
  • Nitte Meenakshi Institute Of Technology [NITTE], Bengaluru
  • MIT World Peace University [MIT-WPU], Pune
B.Tech Lateral Entry Subjects or Streams:

Here is the list of the streams available in the B.Tech Lateral Entry:

B.Tech in Aeronautical Engineering

B.Tech in Automobile Engineering

B.Tech in Biomedical Engineering

B.Tech in Biotechnology Engineering

B.Tech in Chemical Engineering

B.Tech in Civil Engineering

B.Tech in Computer & Communication Engineering

B.Tech in Computer Science & Engineering

B.Tech in Electrical Engineering

B.Tech in Electronics Engineering

B.Tech in Industrial and Production Engineering

B.Tech in Information Technology

B.Tech in Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering

B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering

B.Tech in Mechatronics

B.Tech in Media Technology

Fee Structure for B.Tech Lateral Entry:

For all Colleges or the Institutes or the Universities that fall under State entrance and Counseling, the program fee is detailed in the table below

Fee Structure

Approx Fees Range

Tuition Fee

40,000 - 70,000

Hostel Fee

60,000 - 1.2L

Total

4L - 7L

*Excluding the Government Colleges

  • Application fees charges for B.Tech Lateral Entry are less.
  • Course fees can be reduced if the College or the Institute has a large number of allocated seats after B.Tech regular counseling.
B.Tech Lateral Entry Distance Education:

B.Lateral tech entry via distance education is not a good choice because a degree such as B.E / B.Tech requires a clear understanding of the new technologies, their necessary use, and practical knowledge.

Distance Education: Distance Education is a mixed learning model in which students learn through electronic and online media that is commonly used by numerous institutes worldwide. The length of the course is close to that of full-time B.Tech Courses. The process of admission differs according to colleges. It is better to check the colleges' official website. For lateral entry to B.Tech, submitting your diploma certificates for the admission process is mandatory. Enlisted top colleges for reference if one needs to prefer distance education.

  1. Indira Gandhi National Open University
  2. Osmania University
  3. Annamalai University
  4. Sikkim Manipal Distance Learning programs
  5. Mumbai University - Information Technology courses through Distance Education
  6. Jain Vishva Bharati Institute
  7. Kota Open University
Does B.Tech Lateral Entry Provide a Promising Career?

Yes, because both regular and lateral entry B.Tech programs will be considered equally important in the market if you have the correct knowledge of your stream. Most holders of Diploma Engineering felt that functional and core knowledge built through Diploma Course made the B.Tech core paper easier. Students now select a post-12 engineering diploma to gain the practical knowledge of engineering sketches, prototypes, workshops that are often overwhelming for some of the usual B.Tech students.

So, be wise in choosing your career because both have their pros and cons. The real trick is to use that wisely. If you need to choose a lateral B.Tech after Diploma, having a growing career is a positive thing.

B.Tech Lateral Entry Scope:

The B.Tech Lateral Entry sector is accelerating and the demand for the Bachelor of Technology or the B.Tech graduates is increasing. This course is helping the students become professional engineers. It helps to imbibe in the students an awareness of the earlier needs and requirements of the globe and to channel their analytical and technical know-how in the midst of constraints and effective allocation of resources. The B.Tech course curriculum includes professional subjects specific to the course of pursuing the specific aspirants while educating them on the nitty-gritty of the course's technical aspects.

Engineers are commanding a highly lucrative salary and immense job satisfaction due to the noble nature of the profession and the high level of respect they command. Graduates of the B.Tech Course enjoy flexibility in their career options as they can choose to pursue higher studies in management like MBA or their technical field like M.Tech or opt for jobs in their technical stream or the non-technical streams as in banks & other areas.

The B.Tech job possibilities are abundant and in a huge number of sectors such as:

  • Software Engineer
  • Testing Engineer
  • System Analyst
  • Technical Support Engineer
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Civil Engineer
  • Aerospace Designer
  • IOT Specialist

A person can earn an average salary package of more than INR 5.5 lakh per annum after graduating successfully. Some of B.Tech 's major recruiters are software giants such as Infosys, TCS, Accenture, Capgemini, Oracle, HP who recruit students for jobs through campus placements and provide impressive wage packages.

An engineer's future will result in either consultancy or industry or a field of research and development. The attractive prospect of availability of lucrative scholarships is important proof that many state governments are offering engineering that provides lucrative scholarships with all the expenses covered for meritorious students pursuing the B.Tech curriculum.

Engineering is a fast-evolving industry. Advances are being made in this sector at a good pace as a result of the ability of the engineers to integrate components into the broader picture for the usability of the user while setting design goals in the midst of restraints and practicality.

In addition, a computer engineer finds employment in building and managing an organization's computer system while providing technical support. Big companies are investing large sums of money in this sector, and new business opportunities are being developed in this industry. Such factors brought in a huge rise in work openings. In short, these days, B.Tech graduates are in tremendous demand and indispensable.

B.Tech Placement, Careers, and Jobs:

Graduates of the B.Tech Course FIND abundant job opportunities & a huge scope of lucrative employment after their graduation.

Fields

Description

Research

Being a researcher, the aspirant will do research work in fields of technical advancement & contemporary work culture.

Development

Being a developer, an aspirant can work on the crux & vital aspects for organizational growth like the website, app development, etc.

Communication

The people have to bridge the gap between the customer & the organization.

Coding

Working as a coder would allow an aspirant to develop & work on website creation, and software development, & its management.

Experimentation

Working in such fields would allow the aspirant to gather knowledge & work experience in Laboratories & Research units.

Planning

Working in the unit of planning & development would help the individual to know more about the planning & expansion of units in different profitable regions.

Designing

Being a designer, a person will work on the aspects of designing in the layouts of various projects.

Construction

Working in such a competitive stream would allow an individual to work on the building aspects, designing & its other aspects.

Production

People working in the Production field have to define the ideas of increment in the production of units in certain organizations.

Calculations

People working in such fields have to work on the mathematical prospects resulting in the calculation of an organization.

Machinery

People work in the machinery department; they must have detailed knowledge regarding the operation of the machinery.

Testing

People working in the testing department have to test the Machinery & its related work.

Implementation

Persons work onsite & implement the technical aspects required.

Management

This is a non-technical role, the individuals are required to deal with the scheduling & managing the progress of a project, plus resolving the technical & resource issues that woke up during the process.

Maintenance

persons work on the repairing & other aspects

B.Tech placement and jobs for Freshers:

Fresh graduates of the B.Tech Course enjoy a huge number of job opportunities through the campus placements themselves, during the final year of the course as is listed below:

  • Aerospace Engineer
  • CAD Technician
  • Design Engineer
  • Maintenance Engineer
  • Manufacturing System Engineer
  • Materials Engineer
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Automotive Engineer
  • Control and Instrumentation Engineer
  • Energy Engineer
  • Patent Attorney
  • Production Manager
  • Quality Manager
  • Technical Sales Engineer
  • Web Designer
  • UI/UX Designer
  • Software Designer
  • Software Tester
  • Mobile Application Developer
  • IoT Specialist
  • Robotics Specialist
  • Arduino Expert
  • Technical Supervisor
B.Tech Government and Private Jobs:

A large cluster of job opportunities is available to graduates of the B.Tech curriculum in the public & the private sector such as:

  • Aerospace Engineer
  • CAD Technician
  • Design Engineer
  • Maintenance Engineer
  • Manufacturing System Engineer
  • Materials Engineer
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Automotive Engineer
  • Control & Instrumentation Engineer
  • Energy Engineer
  • Patent Attorney
  • Production Manager
  • Quality Manager
  • Technical Sales Engineer
  • Web Designer
  • UI/UX Designer
  • Software Designer
  • Software Tester
  • Mobile Application Developer
  • IOT Specialist
  • Robotics Specialist
  • Arduino Expert
  • Technical Supervisor
Salary Scale for B.Tech Course:

The approx annual salary of a graduate in Bachelor of Technology or the B.Tech ranges from INR 2,00,000 to INR 50,00,000 for higher ranking colleges like the IITs, NITs, etc., placement salary packages range from INR 8,00,000 to as high as INR 2,50,00,000 for the deserving candidates.

Engineering Field 

Job Industrial Areas

Starting Annual Salary

Aeronautics

Aeronautical Firms, Automobile Industry, Machinery Production, Research, Design and Development, Tools Production Firms, Thermal & Power Management, Fluid Mechanics, Turbo Industries, Lubrication Engineering, Mechanical Maintenance, Nuclear Operations, Mechanical Drawing, Quality Testing, Defense Services, etc.

3,80,000 to 12,50,000

Mechanical

Machinery

Automobile

Computer Science

IT & Software Firms, Computing Systems, Software Analysis, Consultancy Firms, Web Design, Web Development, Tech Support, Manual Testing, etc.

3,00,000 to 11,00,000

Information Science

Electrical & Electronics

Electrical Design, Electronics Development, Computing Systems, Communications, Mobile Networking etc.

3,50,000 to 10,00,000

Electronics & Communication

Telecommunication

Instrumentation

Biotechnology

Food Research, Medicine Production, Disease Research, Culture Research, Animal Research, Genetic Sciences, etc.

3,00,000 to 9,50,000

Chemical

Food Research, Medicine Production, Chemicals, Fertilizers & Pesticide Production, Cosmetics & Healthcare Product Manufacture, Oil & Gas Refining, etc.

4,00,000 to 15,00,000

Industrial

Milling and Manufacturing, Mass Production, Industrial Design, Entrepreneurship, Business and Production Management, Factories, Power Plants, Textile Production, Cement & Steel Industries etc.

3,00,000 to 10,50,000

Manufacturing

Civil

Road and Bridge Construction, Building Construction & Management, Planning, Support and Reinforcement, Dam Projects, Housing & Urban Development etc.

3,50,000 to 12,00,000

Structural

Biomedical

Medical Equipment Manufacturer, Medicine, Hospitals, Healthcare Tools

3,50,000 to 10,00,000

The Famous Companies in India Employing B.Tech Graduates:

A vast number of the public sector & private sector companies employ graduates of the B.Tech curriculum with lucrative salary packages:

Name of the company

Job Description

Infosys

One of the huge recruiters of Engineers for the domain of IT, Consultancy & Enablers.

TCS

Popular recruiters in India from different Engineering colleges in terms of IT, Management & Consultant.

Capgemini

The French company deals with consultancy & outsourcing services is also one of the strong recruiters from Engineering campuses.

Oracle

One of the finest Technology acknowledged companies from across the globe also hire people from Tier-2 & Tier-1 Institutes.

IBM

Usually recruits Engineers with extremely good technical skills from the major Engineering & Management colleges.

Wipro

The extremely acknowledged company in terms of service-providing also leads in terms of Hiring engineers from Engineering colleges.

CONCLUSION:

Dear Students, we have provided you with all the essential information regarding the B.Tech Lateral Entry Course, hoping that this information would support and assist you in understanding the details of the course, enabling you to understand whether it is good for you or not and aspirants can take the right and the calculated decision of their life.

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