NIT Warangal Campus

NIT Calicut campus photos

Academics: All labs are excellent for academics, Workshop, Research Labs, Computer Labs open from 10 am to 11 pm. No need for high budget laptops as these labs are sufficient to use. A new library started for research papers and new stuff; the old library is full of 1lac+ books, 17k+ journals.

This is the new one.

Old one

The last image is Ragam, one of the largest fests in South India organized by NITC

NIT Rourkela

  1. Just a shortcut from girl’s hostel to lecture avenue. ;

2. Evening in Lecture Avenue Lawns.

3. Saraswati Puja Celebration in Sachin Tendulkar Stadium.

4. View outside my hostel, Kiran Mazumdar Hall of Residence.

5. Main building

on the occasion of multi-cultural fest, Cosmopolitan.

6. Golden Jubilee Building.

7. Early morning NSS Classes in winter. Temperature drops to 8°C.

8. Gajendra Verma performing in out tech fest, Innovision.

9. Dilip Tirkey Stadium.

10. Anubhav Bassi performing in our tech fest.

11. Area behind C V Raman Hall of Residence.

12. Chemistry lab for freshmen.

13. Student Activity Centre on the night of tech fest.

14. NSS rallies.

15. Security office and way to go out of academic area.

16. Bio medical and Bio Technology department.

17. Student Activity Centre.

18. Kiran Mazumdar Hall of Residence.

19. Cycle parking for SAC and Bhubaneswar Behera Auditorium.

20. Bhubaneswar Behera Auditorium.

21. Classroom in Lecture Avenue.

22. Lecture Avenue.

23. Computer Science Department, Mechanical Department, Central Workshop, Chemical Department, Golden Jubilee Building, Electrical Department and New Choice Cafe (left to right)

NIT Surat Hostel Life

The campus is in the heart of Surat city that many malls, restaurants, theaters, hospitals and other necessary shops are nearby. Air-port is also just about 5 km away. So, no ails!

See the images!

Swami Vivekanand Bhavan (H-13) :

Bhabha Bhavan :

Swami Vivekanand Bhavan, A day light image:

NIT Kurukshetra

1)Gate no.1 of NIT Kurukshetra

2) Beautiful roads of NIT Kurukshetra

—Day time

—Sunset time

—Night view


—Front view

—Back side of OAT

4)Administrative Building

-Pic from sports ground


6) Swimming pool of NIT Kurukshetra

7) Sports ground


This is a way to visit engineering departments

9) Beautiful hostels

—Hostel 10 and Hostel 11 are one of the finest hostels of NIT Kurukshetra… but when natural beauty mixed with these hostels then its a amazing scenery to see..

—H10 and H11 in one frame

—Hostel 11 wonderful pictures

Below picture is real picture .. sometimes it seems as editing picture.. but it is real natural beauty of NIT Kurukshetra..(one of my favourite pic)

—Entrance of Hostel 8

—View of Hostel 9

10) Natural Beauty of NIT Kurukshetra

Brahma Sarovar .. Nearest to NIT Kurukshetra


1. Admin and Science Block along with the Bay of Bengal.

2. Entrance Roundabout.

3. Barani Boys Hostel – Hostel from 2nd year B.Tech, 2nd year M.Tech and PhD.

That blue shed near Basketball court is a Badminton court. At the center of the hostel there’s a Volley Ball court.

4. Science block – Place where all classes and labs are present.


Bavani Girls Hostel – Hostel for all girls.

  7. Basketball court.

  08. Last but not least, The Entrance.

  09. Moyar Hostel – For freshmen boys.

10. New Administrative building

11. Other buildings


Computer center


Play ground

Class room

Teacher house and pg Hostel


     Now lets move to India’s largest sport complex of any colleges.

And many more… ● My personal department : COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

● My neighbour and giant ECE building.

You will struggle to get it into your full frame.

And some other departments building you know…. ● Boring classroom things.

● Newly built Shopping complex

● International guest house. Visit my college atleast once. 🙂

● Girls hostel and 2nd year hostel. Almost similar design.

Placement & Higher studies: Simply depends on how much concerned you are about placement.
Here i have seen some people getting offers from Microsoft, Amazon in 3rd year only, whereas some are not even eligible to sit for placement and simply they know when and where they ignored things completely.

FAQ: Does branch matters in placement?

Ans: Yes, it does.
Being a cse student, if i talk about this year’s average package of cse then it was between 11.5 to 12 lakhs per annum and last year it was around 9 lakhs. Ece has decent placement as well.
In Core branches like mechanical, electrical, Instrumental, production and civil, placement is upto the mark and condition is same in others colleges too. From these branches some students are touching milestone in higher studies. (Below screenshots)

Also from core branches, many manage to get IT sector jobs. I will end this section by saying that your placement depends on you.

Well, the most shouted term of modern world, i.e How is coding culture here? I must tell you, this thing is growing here immensely in the recent few years, seniors guide very well, they share all materials and have maintained well managed structure for it, primarily focussing on competitive coding.

Facilities: Just one word- Magnificent. You get the india’s biggest sport complex among all colleges, you get supercomputer, ISRO incubation Center which is first ever in entire country, a peaceful and well located Digital libaray, a park inside campus, well equipped virtual classrooms, Gym, Hospital, banks, International guest house, shopping complex etc. I think i don’t need to say more.

● The lake

● Sarkari Aspatal (NITA Hospital) cum rose garden :).

● The fest centre

● A park for you if you luckily get into relationship. 🙂

● Roads

● Fly clicks of campus

I witnessed the below moment one morning in last winter. Soothing to eyes.  

Fooding: If we talk about food, i will say “It’s like a relationship, initially everything seem to be fun but later you feel bored, so it doesn’t mean that problem is in relationship, problem is with individual”:) , Condition is same for all colleges, no one likes their college mess food. With college mess and canteen, there are food stalls where you can easily get varieties of fast foods. One interesting thing is in NITA that there is a restaurant named “South restaurant” where they mostly offer South dishes. I think you will hardly find such things in other NITs.

College life & activities: Imagine some people around you speaking Bengali, some Telugu, some Tamil, some English and some speaking hindi. Yes, you will get vibrant life and i tell you that local people are so nice here, forget about any clashes with them. You will be awestruck by seeing zero ragging and helpful nature of seniors.
Campus is spread over 360 acres area so whatever you will need, you will get in campus itself and for rest you visit Agartala city which is 20 km far from our NIT by taking auto or institute bus.

Connectivities: well, since it is a northeast NIT, so it do create some problems in travelling to home, and sometimes you will have to pay the ample amount for flight charges. Rest, i disagree with the so called statement that “placement get hampered because of its remote location”. See, now is the completely online world, companies will take you anyhow if you are worthy one for them.

NITK Surathkal (Karnataka)

  1. Main Building

2. LHC-C and Arbian sea at the back

3. Gym, Mega Towers and other boys hostels

4. Central Library

5. Swimming pool, Basketball and Volleyball court

6. New sports complex

7. Shops, saloon, student co-operative etc.

8. Computer science department

9. Mechanical Engineering Department

10. SAC

11. The most important thing if you are in NITKNITK Beach and The NITK light house

Whole campus Ariel view

National Institute of Technology Durgapur





New Acad (NAB)

Hall 14 (B R Ambedkar Hall of Residence)

Hall 11 (Meghnad Saha Hall of Residence)

Aarohan- The Tech Fest of NITD

NIT ANDHRA PRADESH ( Tadepalligudem )

Tadepalligudem is a very small town but there are few theatres and restaurants to chill out in the weekend. Still the campus is not full fledged as the construction works are going on but by the end of this year you can see a full fledged campus.

Vidyuth Bhavan:

Academic Complex :

This is Academic complex-1 where classes are held.This was newly constructed building and classes started here from December,2019.

These are different views of our academic block.

Laboratory Complex

During sunrise

During sunset

Library under construction

Ground for Outdoor games

These are Workshops. Civil and Mechanical.

Central Public Works Department ( CPWD) building :

Boys Hostel :

These are the pics of boys hostel. There are 7 blocks .Each block was named by the River Godavari and its tributaries.Here are some pics of the hostel blocks.

Inside Boys Hostel :

We are the first batch to enter into permanent campus.

They will provide cot . But this pic is taken when they are arranging cots.

For first year, we have 4–5 for a room where as for second year, 2 for a room and for 3rd , 4th years ,one for a room.

This is our mess. This consists of four halls.

This is night view of our hostel.

Girls Hostel :

This is Girl’s hostel ,which consists of 5 blocks. These are named by the Krishnaveni and some lakes names . Here i’m adding some pics.

This is Guest house of our NIT.

Interior of our beautiful Guest House :


Corridor –

Presidential Suit –

Lift and Lounge-


Dining Hall –

Bathrooms –

Night view of Guest House.

Faculty Quarters:

Staff Quarters:

Ground :

The work related to ground is going on as of March, 2020 . Here are some pictures related to them.

Basketball Court :

Canteen :

About 5 Cabinet Ministers of Andhrapradesh Government, 8 MLAs of surroundings Constituencies of Tadepalligudem town , Local MP and District Magistrate came to open this and to lay the foundation stone for Laboratory Complex -2 .

And some random pics :

NIT Andhrapradesh is only the NIT which has straight main road in campus, which is a runway used in World War – II . This road is about 2.5 KM.

The total campus construction is divided into three phases. As of now, the first is almost completed. The work for second and third phases will start soon. All the above developments are part of First Phase.

Our college is still a developing one. There are many beautiful scenarios in our college from which I posted here some.You will definitely enjoy in this atmosphere.


So basically UGEE is one of the modes of getting admission at IIIT-H. It has a good number of seats to offer to students interested for 5 year programmes namely :- CSD,CLD,CND,CHD,ECD . UGEE paper consists of two papers held on the same day and that too back to back without any kind of break in between.  

1. The two papers are called SUPR and REAP (both were multiple choice this year with only a single correct response) SUPR checks your basic knowledge in the subjects you study in your 11th and 12th grade namely pcm while the REAP is designed to check your underlying potential for research so it has better quality questions and also checks your logical and linguistic capabilities with questions of grammar and reasoning ( though these were few in number especially in 2019 exam )   Discussion of 2019 ‘s REAP :- this year’s paper was somewhat more challenging as it involved concepts that normally a typical student doesn’t know . Though due to ample time duration one can think of the correct way of dealing with the new problems but still certain questions were so unique that they would really set you apart from the rest of the crowd giving the exam ( like the phase diagram question and the computing pi problem :- for these one can watch 3b1b amazing content on YouTube )  

Discussion of 2019’s SUPR:- the paper was not at all challenging it was a test of speed and accuracy. Highly scoring and full of typical questions which were designed just to warm up your brain and not challenge it in any way. The problems in this paper were typical Jee pattern and easy to solve ( there were no complex formulae and no complex computation involved so even the student not so good with calculations can score very high).  

Things to do for interview preparation :- all you have to do is nothing at all ! Just be calm listen to the questions asked and answer them with a cool temprament. The panel is extremely generous and would encourage you to arrive at the right answer by giving you hints. They might ask genric questions like why you applied for UGEE? What was your JEE mains rank ? Did your JEE ADVANCED go well ? Why do you want to opt for 5 year programme even if you would get a 4 yr programme in the same college / different college? What motivated you to study and pursue research? etc. See what a cakewalk it would be after this they will discuss some topics that you are interested in and ask some questions for this one must have conceptual clarity and a firm belief and confidence in oneself as the professor may try to mislead you.   Merits of this mode : it offers you a chance to get in the elite college even after screwing Jee mains and also enriches you and gives an experience of the interview method which benefits you   Demerits of this mode : mostly conducted before Jee advanced so if the paper is tough you get disheartened . This mode is a new one so not many students know about it so you are not facing a challenging crowd. This process has many but still limited number of seats. UGEE exam marks don’t get you a seat you will be offered a seat only if you clear the interview round and all your marks are rendered useless.           

Which is better, a top IIIT or a top NIT?

There are certain facts and figures to be analyzed before making a choice:

  • Top IIITs = IIITH, IIITA, IIITD, IIITB. Among these only IIITA is fully funded by Government of India and functions like IITs & NITs under MHRD. And hence the fees burden is less and you will feel pride in studying in India’s Best IIIT which is also recognized as an Institute of National Importance and a Center of Excellence in IT.
  • Better crowd : Like NITs, IIITs ( except IIITD ) don’t have quota for HS and hence all seats filled like IITs in AI quota.
  • Better infrastructure : Believe me, after securing a good rank you won’t like to study in college where the basic amenities are not in a proper shape .
  • Placement : If you going in these 4 colleges then you don’t have to bother about this.
  • Inclination : If you want to have a good exposure to IT subjects and areas, then IIIT is THE place for you. Been it IT, CSE or ECE, rest assured you are at the weight place.


  • ALGEBRA- 30-35%
  • CALCULUS- 25-30%


  1. Statistics- 4 marks
  2. Height and Distance- 4 marks
  3. Mathematical Reasonong- 4marks
  4. Matrices and Determinant- 8 marks
  5. Sets,Relation and function – 8 marks
  6. Vector and 3D– 8 marks
  7. Quadratic equation– 4 Marks
  8. Area – 4 marks
  9. Limit , continuity and derivability–8 marks
  10. Conic section – 12 marks




  1. Mole concept- 4 marks
  2. Solid state – 4 marks
  3. Solution – 4 marks
  4. Biomolecules- 4 marks
  5. Polymer- 4 marks
  6. Atomic structure- 4 marks
  7. Chemical Bonding- 4/8 marks
  8. Chemical kinetics- 4 marks
  9. Thermodynamics and Thermochemistry- 8 marks
  10. Surface chemistry + Metallurgy + real Gas + Chem in Every day – 12 marks


20 Objective questions having 4 options each with only 1 correct option 5 Numerical questions with numerical value as answer
TOTAL- 25 Questions
For MCQs – 4 Marks will be awarded for every correct answer and 1 Mark will be deducted for every incorrect answer
For answer with numeric value – 4 Marks will be awarded for every correct answer and 0 Mark will be deducted for every incorrect answer



JEE Main Syllabus with Weightage – JEE Main is one of the most important examinations for every engineering aspirant. It brings a lot of queries and requires ambit of information about various aspects of JEE Main. After the recent changes announced in exam pattern, one of the mostly searched query by candidates for the upcoming examination is detailed JEE Main syllabus with weightage. By using the information about the weightage of JEE Main syllabus, the candidates will be able to know the topics which has to be more focused on and accordingly prepare for the examination. Every year there may be variation in JEE Main syllabus with regards to weightage , however the analysis of past years weightage solves much of a query. Candidates can check the previous year question papers for syllabus weightage of JEE Main to know which topics and units may have a higher number of questions. While the topics with more weightage has to be given importance, the candidates are advised to study all of the topics mentioned in the JEE syllabus

  • MECHANICS- 30-35%


  1. Semiconductor – 4 marks
  2. Communication system – 4 marks
  3. Current electricity- 4/8 marks
  4. EMI + Magnetism- 4/8 marks
  5. Nuclear Phy- 4 marks
  6. Optics – 8 marks
  7. Error & Measurement – 4 marks
  8. Electromagnetic Waves- 4 marks
  9. Waves – 4 marks
  10. Electrostats and Gravitation – 8 marks


20 Objective questions having 4 options each with only 1 correct option 5 Numerical questions with numerical value as answer
TOTAL- 25 Questions
For MCQs – 4 Marks will be awarded for every correct answer and 1 Mark will be deducted for every incorrect answer
For answer with numeric value – 4 Marks will be awarded for every correct answer and 0 Mark will be deducted for every incorrect answer


JEE Main 2020 Eligibility Criteria for Admissions to NITs, IIITs and CFTIs

The eligibility conditions that will be considered during admission for the candidates who will not be appearing for the exam are given below:

NITs/ IIITs/ GFTIs Admission: Candidates should have obtained a minimum of 75% marks in class 12 or equivalent exam or they must be in the top 20 percentile in their class 12 examination. For SC/ ST, the eligibility is to obtain a minimum of 65% marks in class 12 or equivalent.
JEE Main 2020 B.Arch/B.Planning Admission: Candidates should have passed 10+2 or equivalent exam from a recognized board with a minimum 50% aggregate marks.

JEE Main 2020 – Subject Combinations for Admissions

The subjects given below are compulsory for the candidates in order to get admissions through JEE Main 2020 into NITs, IIITs and GFTIs. The subject combination for each paper is given below:  
B.Tech/B.E – Passed qualifying examination with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology/ Technical Vocational subject.
B.Arch – Passed qualifying examination with Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry
B.Planning – Passed qualifying examination with Mathematics

JEE Main 2020 Eligibility Criteria for Droppers

The term droppers can be classified into two categories. One are the candidates who have dropped a year after completing their class 12 to concentrate on JEE Main 2020 exam. Other one consists of those who got admitted to another institute and wish to attempt again or did not qualify JEE Main earlier and waited a year while preparation. Candidates need to check the JEE Main 2020 Eligibility Criteria for Droppers to make sure that they will be able to appear the entrance exam without any problems.

JEE Main Eligibility Criteria 2020 for Droppers

  • There is no specific age limit.
  • For NITs, IIITs and CFTIs admissions, the candidates should have obtained a minimum of 75% aggregate marks or be in the top 20 percentile of their respective boards. For SC/ST category, a minimum of 65% marks required.
  • It is important that they must have passed their class 12 examination in 2018 or 2019. Only three consecutive attempts are allowed for JEE Main.
  • He/She should have been taken at least five subjects for the 12th class or qualifying exam (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics compulsory).

JEE Main 2020 – Details of Improvement Examination

  • Improvement for all subjects – If an aspirant appears for improvement in all subjects in 2020, then the better of both the years will be considered.
  • Improvement in one or more subject – If the candidate appears for improvement in 2020, then the top 20 percentile of 2019 will be taken into account. The maximum marks secured in the necessary subjects will be considered to calculate the aggregate percentage in such a case.

Top 20-Percentile Cut-Off Marks for 2019

S No Boards / Councils General
1 Central Board Of Sec. Edu. (Cbse), New Delhi 418
2 Board Of Intermediate Education (Andhra Pradesh) 462
3 Assam Higher Secondary Education Council NR
4 Aligarh Muslim University Board Of Secondary & Sr. Sec. Education, Aligarh NR
5 Bihar School Examination Board, Patna NR
6 Banasthali Vidyapith, Rajasthan 422
7 Council For The Indian School Certificate Examinations, Delhi 445
8 Goa Board Of Sec. And Higher Sec.Education 375
9 Gujarat Sec. And Higher Sec. Education Board 373
10 Board Of Vocational Higher Secondary Education, Kerala 384
11 Board Of Sec. Education, Madhya Pradesh 398
12 Meghalaya Board Of School Education NR
13 Mizoram Board Of School Education 358
14 Nagaland Board Of School Education 340
15 Punjab School Education Board 401
16 Telangana State Board Of Intermediate Education, Nampally, Hyderabad 462
17 Tripura Board Of Secondary Education 372
18 Maharashtra State Board Of Secondary And Higher Secondary Education 339
19 U.P. Board Of High School & Intermediate Education, U. P. 334
20 Board Of Secondary Education Rajasthan NR
21 Himachal Pradesh Board Of School Education Dharmashala, H. P. 403
22 Board Of School Education Haryana, Bhiwani NR
23 Council Of Higher Sec. Education, Manipur NR
24 National Institute Of Open Schooling, Noida 337
25 Govt. Of Karnataka Dept. Of Pre-University Education, Karnataka 444
26 Council Of Higher Sec. Education, Odisha 314
27 Dayalbagh Educational Institute, Agra 447
28 Chhatisgarh Board Of Secondary Education 371
29 Jharkhand Academic Council, Ranchi 321
30 Jammu & Kashmir State Board Of School Education NR

JEE Main Eligibility Criteria 2020

S.No Eligibility Particulars Details
1 Qualifying exam Candidate should have passed class 12 or qualifying the exam in 2018 or 2019.Candidate appearing in class 12 or equivalent qualifying exam in 2020 can also apply for JEE Main.
2 Age Limit There is no age limit. However, the He/She have to pass 10+2 or equivalent exam in 2018 or 2019.Candidates appearing for 10+2 or equivalent exam in 2020 are also eligible to apply.
3 Number of attempts JEE Main candidates can participate in the entrance exam for 3 consecutive years. The exam will be conducted twice a year, they may appear in both the attempts. The attempt for an academic year will be considered as One.
4 Subject/subjects combination for admission into NITs, IIITs and GFTIs Should have passed qualifying examination with
(for B.Tech/ B.E )     Physics, Mathematics  Any one of (Chemistry, Biology, Biotechnology, Technica l Vocational Subject),B.Arch  Mathematics,Physics Chemistry,B.Plan Mathematics

JEE Main Eligibility Criteria – Age Limit

There is no age limit for appearing in the JEE Main examination. The candidates who have passed class 12th/equivalent examination in 2018, 2019 or appearing in 2020 irrespective of their age will be able to appear for JEE Main examination 2020.

JEE Main Eligibility Criteria for Qualifying Exam

Candidates should have to qualify in the following exam to be eligible for the JEE Main 2020:
  • Class 12 or equivalent exam conducted by a recognized Central or State board like ICSE, CBSE, CISCE etc.
  • Intermediate or Pre-Degree Course exam or Pre-University Course conducted by any of the recognized Board/University.
  • H.S.C – Vocational examination
  • The final exam of the two year course of the Joint Services Wing of the National Defence Academy.
  • AICTE or SBTE recognised Diploma of at least three years duration.
  • National Institute of Open Schooling conducted Senior Secondary School Examination with a minimum of five subjects.
  • For admission to IITs, General Certificate Education (GCE) exam (London/ Cambridge/ Sri Lanka) at Advanced level (A).
  • Association of Indian Universities (AIU) recognised School/ Board/ University examination in India or in any foreign country recognised as equivalent to the 12th class.

JEE Main Eligibility Criteria 2020 for Year of appearance in the Qualifying Exam

Candidates who have passed class 12 or any other equivalent exam in 2018 or 2019 or those who will be appearing in class 12 or any other equivalent examination in 2020 will be eligible to appear in JEE Main 2020. Those who have passed class 12 or equivalent examination in 2017 or before and those who will appear in 2021 or later will not be eligible to appear in JEE Main 2020. Aspirants who have appeared for their class 12 in 2017, failed in 2017 but have appeared again in 2018 and passed are not eligible for JEE Main 2020.