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Auroras Engineering College, [AEC] Nalgonda - Hostels and Facilities

Reviews on Infra/Hostels of Auroras Engineering College, [AEC] Nalgonda

Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] Reviews


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Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Computer Science and Engineering), batch of 2016
6/10
INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION
  • The hostel fees in Auroras Engineering College, [AEC] Nalgonda is Rs. 55,000 per year.
  • There is one canteen in it only fried rice and noodles puffs are available.
  • The classrooms are nice but systems are less and some are not working in labs.


Seesa
Seesa
Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Mechanical Engineering), batch of 2018
5/10
INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION
  • there is no hostel facility for college but outside hostels are there, they are charging 3-4 thousand per head monthly
  • in and outside college also PG's are provided  there is no charge
  • the canteen is small but the taste of food is good and reasonable and 30 rupees per 1 plate of the meal
  • the classrooms and all are good


Raja Shekar
Raja Shekar
Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Civil Engineering), batch of 2019
6/10
INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION

There are no hostels in the college campus. Labs and classrooms are average.



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Auroras Engineering College, [AEC] Nalgonda Infrastructure Details

Library

The library supports the teaching programs of the college and provides facilities for general reading and disseminates information according to the requirement of the users. It is housed in a separate building with a plinth area of 700 Sq. Mtrs. It has around 36,000 collection of books, 800 bound periodicals, 2000 CD-ROM’ databases and CBT’s etc. It also subscribes 92 Indian and 63 International technical and management periodicals. In order to facilitate all the readers in selecting the reading materials of their choice, the access to stack is open to its members. Keeping the library on modern techniques, the reading materials has been classified and catalogued as Dewey Decimal Classification and AACR II.

Working Hours

The library works on all days of the year except a few holidays of National & Social importance.

Computerization

The Library uses DELPLUS software package which is an integrated multi user library management system that supports all in-house operations of the library. The DELPLUS consists of modules on acquisition, cataloguing, circulation, serials, article indexing and OPAC. Retrospective conversion of bibliographic records has been completed and more than 36000 bibliographic records of books available in the library, can how be accessed through the DELPLUS OPAC, the database of books available in the library is being updated on day to day basis with detail of recently acquired book, records of all the Library patron have also been created in the DELPULS package. The editing and updating activities are in progress

Working Hours

The library works on all days of the year except a few holidays of National & Social importance.

 

Industrial Visits
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STUDENT CLUBS AND MEMBERSHIPS

IEEE
IEEE student Chapter gives students opportunity to meet and learn from fellow students, as well as faculty members and professionals in the field. Student branch activities offer numerous educational, technical and professional advantages of IEEE membership through special projects, activities, meetings, tours and field trips. Listed below are some programs that keep students interested:

Regional conferences, leadership training workshops, interpersonal and team building skills.
Awards, scholarships and project/design programs, student paper contests
Student branch library with IEEE publication
Access IEEE online resources and merchandise.


ISTE

The Indian Society for Technical Education is a national, professional, non-profit making Society registered under the Societies Registration Act of 1860. First started in 1941 as the Association of Principals of Technical institutions (ATPI), it was converted into "Indian Society for Technical Education" in 1968 with a view to enlarge its activities to advance the cause of technological education.

The major objective of the ISTE is to assist and contribute in the production and development of top quality professional engineers and technicians needed by the industries and other organizations.

Being the only national organization of educator in the field of engineering and technology, ISTE is being represented in the various Technical Committees and Boards formed by the Central Government. The ministry of Human Resource Development, AICTE/DoE/State Govts. have also been involving the ISTE in many of their important programmes and activities relating to technical education.

Activities
Some of the activities of the ISTE are:

  • Continuing education for professional students in selected areas.
  • Special short term industrial exposure programmes for students organized by industries in their premises.
  • Seminars/workshops/conferences on topics of relevance of technical education.
  • Computer education programmes
  • Publication of learning materials in the area of Electrical and Electronics.

Professional Club

Society of Electrical Engineers

The Society of Electrical Engineers (SEE) is a society for the students in electrical engineering program at Aurora's Engineering College. Our mandate is to support every Electrical Engineering student in both academics and social aspects of his/her university career. We do this by providing various services which we feel beneficial to student life in this department.

Mission Statement:

"To promote professional awareness among engineering students by encouraging a sense of unity and integrity through the combined efforts of all engineers working together in both social and technical activities."

 


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