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Dr. Rominder Kaur Director 50 Total Faculty 33.6 Faculty Student Ratio
Guru Tegh Bahadur Institute of Technology (GTBIT) was established in 1999 by Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC), having a large number of educational institutes. It is a degree level technical institute, approved by AICTE and affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU), Delhi.
The institute has collaborated with IBM to establish an ‘IBM Software Centre of Excellence (COE)’ in its campus. With this collaboration IBM will train the institute’s students/faculty and build a resource base on leading software technologies, beyond simple programming or system administration.
The initiative by Infosys Technologies aims to enhance the pool of talent for growth requirements in Information Technology (IT).
Microsoft has set up 'Microsoft IT Academy'. The program provides educators with the tools they need to train students on Microsoft technologies and create skilled engineers. The program offers curricula, course ware, and online learning for students focused on a career path, and Microsoft certification.
Admission Criteria is GGSIPU - CET
10+2 or Equivalent with Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry/Biotechnology, Language and anyother subject. He/She should have scored a minimum of 45% marks. All reserved category students have a 5% relaxation in minimum aggregate.
The total fee structure for the course is INR 3.48 lakhs/-