|Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech]||4 year(s)||4,11,000|
|Master of Technology [M.Tech]||2 year(s)||2,15,000|
|Master of Business Administration [MBA]||2 year(s)||1,70,000|
Per year fees are INR 1.06 Lakh Students who are allotted by CAP get government scholarship, near 80% of student appeared for scholarship
Shri Sant Gajanan Maharaj College of Engineering, Shegaon (SSGMCE), one of the premier institutes in the field of engineering, was established in 1983 by Shri Gajanan Shikshan Sanstha, Shegaon. It is affiliated to Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University, Amravati, recognized by AICTE, New Delhi and Approved by DTE, Maharashtra State, Mumbai. SSGMCE has the recognition to be the re-accredited institute by NAAC, Bangalore and the courses are also accredited by NBA, AICTE, New Delhi. The Institute was selected as the Network Institute under NPIU’s TEQIP, MHRD, Govt. of India under Phase-I. Recently Career360 Magazine, April 2015 ranked the institute as “AA+” amongst Engineering Colleges, Ranked amongst 100 India's top-Tech Schools 2015-DATAQUEST-CMR and B-School of India by Outlook-Drishti Survey 2015.
Over three decades, it has successfully nurtured young Indians in engineering and managerial professionals for the betterment of society and humanity as a whole. It is well known for its visionary management, dedicated and devoted faculty, state of the art infrastructure and discipline. It is also known for the overall development of the students’ personality with distinct value based spiritual environment. It primarily focuses on the four major pillars of the students’ development: Intellectual, Spiritual, Physical and Social. It also provides facilities for the pursuit of excellence and academically suitable climate of the scholarship in terms of curriculum and curricular performance of the students.
To impart world-class Engineering and Management education in an environment of spiritual foundation to serve the global society.
The course fee is INR 1 lakh for open category students and INR 50000 for the reserved category students.