ESTD : 2006 | TYPE : Private | AFFILIATION : Dr. A.P.J. | RECOGNITION : aicte
|Sl||Course||Seats||1st year Fee||2nd To Last year Fee||Total Fee||Cash Back||Lodging Fee||Fooding Fee||Course Duration|
|1||B.Tech||40||110000||330000||440000.00||10000||2000 p/ m||2000 p/m||4 years|
Bachelor Courses Offered
B.Tech - Computer Science & Engg.
B.Tech - Civil Engg.
B.Tech - Information Technology
B.Tech - Electronincs and Communication Engg.
B.Tech - Electrical and Electronics Engg.
B.Tech - Mechanical Engg.
Master Courses Offered
Master of Bussiness Administration(MBA)
M.Tech - Thermal Engg.
Master of Computer Application(MCA)
M.Tech - Electronics and Communincation Engg.
Master of Computer Applications (MCA-Lateral Entry)
Industry-Institute Partnership Cell (IIPC)
The challenges we are facing today are concerned with making the educational system more need based and effective, more dynamic and responsive to the changes taking place in the industrial world. The country has reached a stage in its economic and technical development when a major effort must be made to derive maximum benefit from the assets already created and to ensure that the fruits of development reach all sections. This has become more vital as the Industry is facing global competition under new policy of liberalization and privatization. The interaction between industry/employer and Academic Institutions is increasingly recognized as the basis for the development of market responsive, demand driven institutional programmers aims at providing a competitive edge to industry. It is important to nurture a healthy industry-Institute relationship to sustain the growth of the industry and enhance the contribution of academia. The industry-Institute partnership primarily helps educational institutions to align their curriculum with industry requirements. It also helps students by preparing them in advance to take the real world challenges head on, as they join the corporate sector. All stakeholders, namely, institution, industry, students and the society are expected to gain from this cell as it can be a win-win partnership. Institution stands to gain by way of revenue generation through consultancy development of employable manpower and most importantly the development of brand equity. Industry stands to gain by way of its problems being addressed by the institution as also by the increased productivity. Faculty stands to gain by way of exposure to latest industry practices and the students stand to gain by way of hands-on-training and reduction of learning curve in industrial practices. Finally the society stands to gain by way of improved quality of goods and services.