I don't approve of such idea of initiating Engineering - courses in a private Engineering - colleges and this is more relevant now a days when the private Engineering - colleges are churning out more technical - graduates than required in the present scenarios. Employers of Soft ware - field, have been more cautious in recruitment because of slow - down and so is the with the manufacturing - industries - be it, Alumunium, Copper, Steel etc.
So I would suggest you to be sincere to your studies so that you may crack a competitive examination conducted by IIT or at least, you get admission in a regional Engineering college by clearing State - level Test. In that way, you would create an impression before of Board of Interview of your extra - ordinary potential apart from having a good grasp of the stream already opted for the Engineering course. In that way, you will be saving substantially by not paying the hefty amount of fee as demanded by them.
BIITS Pilani is a distinguished Engineering Institution where there is no competitive examination but their criteria of selection is based upon the outstanding marking secured in 10+2 examination in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. So, you need to secure impressive marks to secure admission.
Labour will never go in vain, try sincerely for a coveted Engineering college in order to secure bright future.