In this new series of articles, we will take a look at engineering colleges in Goa that admit students on the basis of their performance in Goa CET.

Engineering colleges in Goa are under the ambit of the Directorate of Technical Education, Goa. The DTE is responsible for facilitating new technical education institutions and courses in Goa. It also helps to manage and control technical education institutes through rules and regulations of statutory bodies like AICTE, PCI, COA, etc., as approved by the state government.

Goa has several institutes of repute like the National Institute of Technology and Birla Institute of Technology and Science. Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Goa, is all set to start its first academic year this year.

Admissions to engineering colleges in Goa this year is based on the Goa Common Entrance Test (Goa CET) conducted by the DTE, Goa.

The Goa CET 2016 will be held on 10.05.2016 (Physics and Chemistry paper) and 11.05.2016 (Mathematics paper). The entrance exam is conducted online and the medium of instruction is English. The engineering entrance will comprise papers in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. There will be 75 questions from each section, carrying one mark each. The duration for each paper is 2 hours. There will be no negative marking for the paper.

In this particular article, let us take a look at the Don Bosco College of Engineering, Margao.

The Don Bosco College of Engineering is based in Fatorda in Margao and is affiliated to the Goa University. The institute was established by the Fatorda Salesian Society in 2011 and is approved by AICTE, New Delhi.

The institute has all the necessary infrastructure like a library,labs,classrooms, hostels and sports facility. The college also has a training and placement cell to help students achieve their career goals. The college has a grievance redressal cell and an anti-ragging cell for the benefit of the students and also regularly conducts extra curricular activities such as HR Summit.

The institute offers undergraduate programs in Civil engineering, Computer engineering, Mechanical engineering and Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering The student intake for various branches is –

Civil engineering                                                  60

Computer engineering                                        60

Mechanical engineering                                      60

Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering 60

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