Engineering schools in India have been ranked by various international companies for the last few years.
The list is based on a report issued by Accenture, a global consulting firm, which ranked engineering schools in the country.
The report lists the best engineers schools in terms of academic quality, quality of students and job prospects.
The top five Indian engineering schools are Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Kolkata and Hyderabad.
According to the report, engineering schools from India have the best job prospects and best quality of education.
The number of graduates in engineering courses is also very high.
However, the quality of engineering education varies from school to school.
It is reported that a good engineering school will get a diploma in only 2 to 3 years.
In other words, the best students have a much better chance of getting a degree in engineering.
According to the Accenture report, there are about 200 engineering schools across the country with around 1,300 students in them.
There are about 7,000 engineering schools and more than 1,000 engineers in the world.
In terms of job prospects, the top engineering schools have a very good chance of hiring engineers in 2017.
There is a high possibility that a skilled engineer will land a job at a company, but there is no guarantee that a qualified engineer will take a job in the industry.
Accenture also reported that in 2017, only 1.5% of engineering graduates had secured a job.
The percentage of engineering students taking engineering jobs was also very low.
There were only 22 engineering students from the top 10 engineering schools.
According the report from Accenture India, there were more than 20 million engineers worldwide in 2017 as compared to more than 70 million engineers in 2012.
This suggests that India has a very strong engineering education.
However the top 5 Indian engineering colleges have the most engineering students, while there are around 8,000 students from all over the world in the top 6 engineering schools as per the Accenture report.
Accenture has ranked engineering students according to their aptitude, degree and skill set.
It has also taken into account their academic quality and job opportunities.
There was a big jump in the number of engineering degree holders in 2017 from 2.5 to 4.5 million.
There has also been a huge jump in students from developing countries.
The United States, China, Brazil and India accounted for more than 60% of the students from India, while the United Kingdom and Russia accounted for about a third.
The largest percentage of students were from developing nations.
There were about 3.6 million engineering students in the UK in 2017 and there were over 3.5 billion engineering students globally.
The US had the highest percentage of engineers (33%), followed by China (21%) and India (17%).
The top engineering colleges in India are Bengaluuru, Mumbai and Hyderabadi.
Bangalore is the second most engineering city with 3,500 students in engineering colleges.
Hyderabad has 3,400 students in high-tech colleges and Kolkat will have 3,000 undergraduate engineering students this year.
Mumbai has the third highest engineering school with 3.7 students.
Hyderabada has the fourth highest engineering college with 3 students.
The second most popular engineering schools include Bengaluru (2,900 students), Hyderabad (1,800) and Mumbai (1 and 1.7).
Hyderabad is the third most popular with more than half of students from under-privileged backgrounds.
The majority of students come from the poorest sections of the society, including the poor Dalits, the marginalised, the unemployed and the uneducated.
The second most common subject is Engineering Management (EM), followed by Mechanical Engineering, Electronics Engineering and Materials Engineering.
Hyderaland is the fifth most popular place with almost 40% of students in Engineering Management.
The highest number of students are in Bengaluru with 1.4 million.
In 2017, 1,600 students were studying Engineering Management at Bengaluru’s Engineering Institute of Technology (IIT).
Bangalore has the second largest number of IIT students in 2017 with 1,100 students in IIT and Chennai has more than 600 students in IIMs.
Bengaluru has a high percentage of Engineering students in Mathematics (22%), followed closely by Engineering (15%), Engineering Management and Engineering Science (9%).
Mumbai is second with 730 students in mathematics, followed by Bangalore with 634 students.
The fourth most popular subject is Management Science, followed closely behind Engineering (6%), Management Technology and Engineering Management, followed, in the last four years, by Engineering and Mechanical Engineering.