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Top 10 Engineering Colleges in Karnataka through KCET

KCET results are announced. Here are the top 10 colleges in Karnataka you can join through KCET.
It was founded in 1979 and is also known as DSCE. According to the NIRF 2020 report, the institute is ranked 126th in the engineering category.
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DSCE Bangalore
The institute is a self-supporting academic institution run by the Rashtreeya Sikshana Samithi Trust, a non-profit organisation.
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RVCE Bangalore
RIT Bangalore occupies 27 acres of land. He founded the institute to provide students with high-quality, low-cost education.
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MSRIT Bangalore
It was founded in 1946 by Late Sri. B. M. Sreenivasaiah, a great philanthropist and visionary, in India's green city of Bangalore.
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BMSCE Bangalore
It was established in 2012 under the Government of Karnataka Act 80. The University is located in Bengaluru on a sprawling green campus that spans 45 acres.
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REVA University, Bangalore
Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Technology was founded in 1980 by the Panchajanya Vidya Peeta Welfare Trust. The institute is associated with the VTU in Belgaum.
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AIT Bangalore
Bangalore Institute of Technology was founded in 1979 with the goal of providing quality education in the field of technology.
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BIT Bangalore
NITTE Education Trust Mangalore founded it in 2001. The institute's abbreviation is NMIT. The college's campus covers an area of 16 acres of land.
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NMIT Bangalore
It is a for-profit institution. It can be found in Mysuru, Karnataka. The campus encompasses 102 acres of land.
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JSS Science and Technology University, Mysuru
The Presidency Group of Institutions established it in 2013. It is a private university that has been approved by the Karnataka government.
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Presidency University, Bangalore
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