|Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech]||4 year(s)||6,06,000|
|Master of Technology [M.Tech]||2 year(s)||3,50,000|
|Master of Business Administration [MBA]||2 year(s)||4,00,000|
|Master of Computer Application [MCA]||3 year(s)||5,25,000|
Fees are INR 60000 PA including bus facility. For minor student scholarship is available. For a loan, the student needs to complete this formality by himself. If they need any help college will provide.
Gyan Ganga College of Technology, [GGCT] Jabalpur MCA Fee Structure. The fee for my course is Rs 35,000 per year. I don't get any scholarship because I am a general category student.
Gyan Ganga College of Technology (GGCT) started in 2006 and is approved by AICTE, New Delhi and affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya Bhopal. It is an ISO Certified Institute. The institute offers B.E. courses in five branches of engineering – Computer Science, Electronics & Communication, Electronics & Electrical, information Technology and Civil. The other PG courses are MBA, MCA and MTech. in two subjects – Digital Communication and Computer Technology & Applications. The college has well equipped infrastructure and healthy environment for education and personality development.
To provide basic knowledge of engineering education by practicing best teaching methodologies
Create an atmosphere of learning, teaching and research for the futuristic education
Inculcate responsibility, ethics for the professional development
To provide knowledgeable, principled and inspiring engineers and managers for the future society by:
Providing world class education through innovative technologies
Providing opportunities to work in multi-disciplinary fields of engineering and guidance for entrepreneurship
Producing engineers and managers with highly ethical and professional challenges to face the global environment
Continuous self improvement of individuals through achievement in the related profession
Ethical practices and moral character building
Commitment to serve the society
Leadership qualities through the best practices
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