Diploma course in Engineering includes classes on key designing ideas. It is an expert course, arranged such that understudies may in any case take up employments in the field of building once they acquire their certificates. A few understudies are not ready to get confirmation for Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) or Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) programs, which is the reason they select themselves in a Diploma of Engineering course, since it can enable them to move into the second year of the B.Tech. or, on the other hand B.E. course. This approach is likewise alluded to as the ‘secondary passage to designing degree’ approach.
This, essentially, implies the understudy might not need to take the eleventh and twelfth class exams. In this way, rather than the most recent two years of school and four years of the degree designing course (a sum of six years), a similar capability is accomplished in a similar measure of time with three years of a recognition course and three years of the degree course after the immediate exchange. Building selection tests like JEE Main (beforehand AIEEE), JEE Advanced (already IIT-JEE), and singular state and school Common Entrance Tests can be circumventing and stayed away from.
The minimum qualification required for admission into a diploma course is passing of the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC)/tenth standard/equivalent examination, with at least 35 percent in science and maths subjects. The state boards of technical education of most of the states in India conduct entrance tests for admission to the diploma programs offered by various polytechnics in the state.
A student who has attained the diploma is usually eligible to enter B.Tech./B.E. programs in the second year under a lateral entry scheme. This fast-track admission is possible only after writing the LET, the Lateral Entry Test. If you do well on this test, you can apply to B.Tech./B.E. programs.