For ceramic engineers, there are many career opportunities in both the public and private sectors.

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Ranked #13 by NIRF ranking of engineering. Accepts JEE Advanced scores. Fees: 8.5 lacs (approx.)

1. Indian Institute of Technology, BHU

Candidates need to participate in JEE Main and earn a credible score, followed by registering with JoSAA counselling. Fees: 6.5 lacs (approx.)

2. National Institute of Technology, Rourkela

Students must achieve more than 45% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry, and Maths and also participate in TNEA counselling. Fees: 1.5 lacs (approx.)

3. Anna University, Chennai

Students need to appear for the WBJEE entrance exam for undergraduate courses in BTech. Fees: 85k (approx.)

4. Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology, Kolkata

Admissions for BE & B.Tech courses are based on the AP EAMCAT score of the students. Fees: 2-2.5 lacs (approx.)

5. Shri Krishna University, Chhatarpur

Admissions to William Carey University are done based on merit scores (minimum ACT score - 20 or SAT score - 950) Fees: 2 lacs (approx.)

6. William Carey University, Shillong

Candidates need to obtain a valid score in JEE or MPPET. Admissions are offered in a comprehensive array of academic programmes. Fees: 2.5 lacs (approx.)

7. AKS University, Satna

Students must score 45% or more and attend KCET exams. More than 500 alumni members serve in premier industries like BHEL, JSW, Corning glass, etc. Fees: 4 – 6 lacs (approx.)

8. PDA College of Engineering,  Gulbarga

AP EAMCET scores are considered to determine admission to undergraduate programmes. Fees: 1.20 lacs (approx.)

9. Andhra University College of Engineering, Visakhapatnam

Admissions for undergraduate programmes in SPSU are carried out through SPSAT tests. Fees: 7.20 lacs (approx.)

10. Sir Padampat Singhania University, Udaipur

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