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Government College of Engineering and Technology, [GCET] Jammu Reviews

6.2 / 10

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Bhanu Udhay
Bhanu Udhay
Bachelor of Engineering [BE], batch of 2021
CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS
6/10

No such function are done. Sports week is only for 3 days no big games and no such participation is done.


INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION
5/10

One Boys Hostel is present. Three Blocks are present for Civil, CSE, and mechanical. But no separate blocks for electrical and other branches. No ACS in classes. College is far away from the city and a lot of lands is not utilized.


FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP
10/10

Fee is very low as compared to other engineering colleges in J&K. Around Rs. 20000 per year. Reserved categories students get scholarship.


PLACEMENTS & ALUMNI NETWORK
3/10

There are no such big companies coming in college for placement but some companies come and few students are selected. The average salary is about Rs. 3 to 5 lakhs per annum


Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

For getting admission in GCET one has to score more than 50% in PCM in 12th class.After that students have to pass an entrance examination called JKCET. If they score good they get college on the basis of ranking. The procedure is simple. There are 300 seats available in college. So top 300 rankers can get GCET but if they don't admit themselves, further counselling goes on till all seats get filled.



jarngal
Jarngal
Bachelor of Engineering [BE], batch of 2017
CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS
5/10

There is no interaction between juniors and seniors, there are few associations like NSS. Annual day, techno fest, conference, holi and sportsweek are the main festivals on campus.


INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION
7/10

2 hostels for boys, no hostel for girls, hostel are good, 3500/- per month is hostel fee. Pgs are far away from college/ other options are room on rent and their cost is 6000/- per month. The average quality of food and 60 per meal. Classrooms are good but labs are in poor condition no machines instruments are available in our college if available then they are not in working condition, libraries are ok, dining halls are also good, poor wifi facility.


ACADEMICS & FACULTY
5/10

Class timing is 10:00 am to 4: pm, one project in a 4th year,12 assignments per sem. Average quality and teachers are just teaching us how to clear university examination Just cramp the books and become a bookworm


FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP
7/10

Appox 17000 per year is our course fee. Social welfare and NSP 30-40% get a scholarship. No there is no need for any loan.


PLACEMENTS & ALUMNI NETWORK
3/10

No, I am still in 4th sem. Bsnl, power grid Av. Salary 4-4.5 lakh per annum, highest salary fig 5 lakh per annum and only a few about 20% students got campus placement. No network with alumni


Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

Eligibility for admission in GCET Jammu is +2 passed (pcm) with minimum 55% marks in jk state board , cbse or any recongisble university. Students have to clear the jkcet entrance test for admission in gcet. Depend on the rank you got in entrance test (1-360 Merit students)



Adi
Adi
Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Electronics & Communication Engineering), batch of 2020
INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION
10/10
  • There are two hostel blocks.
  • PGs are very good and the rent is approx. 3000 rupees per month.
  • The food in college is excellent.

ACADEMICS & FACULTY
8/10
  • Class timings at Government College of Engineering and Technology are 10 am to 4:00 pm,
  • All teachers are M.Tech degree holders.
  • The method of teaching is very excellent.

FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP
10/10
  • The college fee is Rs. 5000 per semester.

PLACEMENTS & ALUMNI NETWORK
9/10
  • HCL, Schiender, Alstom, HP, DELL and NHPC are some of the companies that come for placements at Government College of Engineering and Technology, Jammu.
  • The highest Salary is 12lakhs p.a
  • Percentage of the batch that gets placed is 85%

Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
  • Admission into Government College of Engineering and Technology, Jammu is done by writing the JK-CET entrance test.
  • The cutoff is 55-65 marks out of 180.


Anuj
Anuj
Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Civil Engineering), batch of 2017
CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS
2/10
  • No college societies, clubs and association exist.
  • No major festivals are celebrated. There is an annual conference celebrated in the month of September and Sports Week in the month of December.

INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION
6/10
  • There is a hostel available for boys and one under-construction for girls. Currently the hostel is not sufficient for the entire strength. The hostel fees is about Rs 3000 for the entire semester. However the mess-fees is about Rs 3000 per month.
  • No PG is available in the vicinity of the college. The nearest accomodation is available at a distance of about 8-10km. The cost varies according to facilities from Rs 4000-7000 per month.
  • The food in the mess is satisfactory and it costs about Rs 30 per meal.
  • The quality of class-rooms is average. The Wi-Fi speed is excellent. The labs are sufficiently equipped. 

ACADEMICS & FACULTY
4/10
  • The daily routine is flexible. The college timins for the summers is 9am-3pm and winters is 10am-4pm. 
  • The quality of academics is average for a government institution. However some selected faculty is highly motivating and exceptionally qualified.
  • The overall experience in college is fairly normal bordering on disappointing.

FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP
9/10
  • The course fee per year is about Rs 15000 which is standard for a state institution.
  • The scholarships are not provided by the college but by the central authorities for various categories and minorities.
  • The scholarship is given to every eligible candidate.
  • Loans are almost never-needed.

PLACEMENTS & ALUMNI NETWORK
4/10
  • The industrial-training is generally completed from the various government departments of the state with college-assistance.
  • Computers, EC, Mechanical and Electrical branch students are regularly hired by mass recriters such as TCS and Wipro. However no companies have visited the campus for Civil recruitment for the past 2 years. But the government-absorption for the same is excellent.
  • The average salary offered is Rs 3-3.5 lakhs (CTC). The highest remains the same.
  • The alumni-network is poor and virtually non-existent.

Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
  • The college grants admission through a competitive exam i.e. JKCET (Jammu and Kashmir Common Entrance Test). The eligibility criteria includes 1. Having passed from 10+2 format from a recognised board

                                 2. Permanent Residence Certificate (This restricts the applicants from other states applying for the entrance) 

  • The cut-offs for the civil course are the highest among all branches, though the cut-off varies from year to year. The recent increase in the seats has led to the cut-offs being dropped.


avtar
Avtar
Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Mechanical Engineering), batch of 2019
INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION
7/10
  • Hostel facilities at Government College of Engineering and Technology are really good.
  • The hostel fee is around 6,000 INR per year.
  • No outside PGs are available.

PLACEMENTS & ALUMNI NETWORK
5/10
  • Placements are poor at Government College of Engineering and Technology.
  • The key company is Wipro.

FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP
5/10
  • The course fee of Government College of Engineering and Technology is around 17,000 INR per year.
  • No scholarship options are available.

ACADEMICS & FACULTY
10/10
  • The quality of teaching si good at Government College of Engineering and Technology.