|Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech]||4 year(s)||73,440|
|Master of Technology [M.Tech]||2 year(s)||40,440|
College fee is around INR 6500. Scholarship will be 7500 but for getting a sign for scholarship form will be difficult.
Government College of Technology, Coimbatore (abbreviated as GCT) is an autonomous state-funded engineering college located in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India. It is affiliated to Anna University.
Government College of Technology, Coimbatore was founded in 1945 as Arthur Hope College of Technology named after Arthur Hope by G. D. Naidu. In June 1950, the college moved to its current location in Thadagam Road, Coimbatore. In 1951, the college was renamed as Government College of Technology (GCT). The college was initially affiliated to the University of Madras, later to the Bharathiar University and since the academic year 2001-2002 to Anna University. In 1981, the college was granted autonomy for its civil and mechanical engineering postgraduate programs. Subsequently, in 1987, full autonomy for all programs was granted. The institute offers undergraduate courses leading to the degree of Bachelor of Engineering and postgraduate courses award theMaster of Engineering degree. Undergraduate students are admitted based on competitive student rankings in higher secondary examination.
To emerge as a centre of excellence and eminence by imparting futuristic technical education in keeping with global standards, making our students technologically competent and ethically strong so that they can readily contribute to the rapid advancement of the society and mankind.