Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Electronics & Communication Engineering) | Batch of 2018
Written on 29 Sep 2015
AIT offers the following four engineering courses: Computer Engineering, Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering, Information Technology and Mechanical Engineering. All four courses are approved and accredited by both the All India Council For Technical Education (AICTE) and the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). All the four courses which are offered at AIT, i.e. Computer Engineering, Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering, Information and Technology Engineering and Mechanical Engineering, are accredited by the National Board of Accreditation (NBA).
Each course lasts for eight semesters and these are spread out over four years, referred to as FE (First Year Engineering), SE (Second Year Engineering), TE (Third Year Engineering) and BE (Bachelor of Engineering). The annual First Year of Engineering intake for each class is sixty students, thus leading to a total of two hundred and forty freshmen entering AIT each year, apart from this there is also a provision for migration from other colleges subject to certain rules. In 2010-11 number of seats in Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering was increased from 60 to 120. Computer Engineering is considered best branch in Army Institute of technology in terms of placements.
1 out four students get scholarship.
various scholarship like AGIF,DLF,cummins etc are given.
criteria-base on merit(some reservation for girls).
girls get a very good amount of scholarship.
avalablity of loan is easy as all the required documents are issued in a short time.
Army Institute of Technology (AIT) witnesses above average placements with MNCs like Microsoft picking up about half a dozen students at a whopping 10 lakh package as well. Others get around Rs 3.5 to 4.5L per annum. Major recruiters are Tata Motors, Infosys, IBM, Zensar, Wipro etc. The college easily manages to place over 90% of its students.
Excellent campus, makes you feel like you've become a part of the army training, although the courses offered are nothing related to that. The library is air-conditioned. Classrooms are decent and labs are well equipped. Presently AIT has 3 hostels within the campus, two for boys and one for girls. Hostel fees are around Rs. 45,000/- per year. Sports facility for indoor/outdoor sports is also available. A shopping complex exists within the campus to cater for day to day requirements of the inmates like stationery, food, general stores etc.
The application process starts in December . You have to fill up a form and send it by a draft. After that, you get call for GD/PI on merit basis.
The admission process is very simple, You can apply for the college by appearing in CAT exam and the cut off is around 60+ and special consideration for army wards.
All the students get an internship, though not much is paid during the internship. Placements are very good and almost all the students get placed in reputed companies. Also, the alumni network is very good here.
The course comes at INR 3.74 lakhs per annum. Scholarships are available, from the army welfare association. The loan facility is quite good and you can get a loan easily.
The daily routine includes 6 hours of classes and modern teaching equipment are used in teaching. Also, the faculty is quite good and experienced here.
Its a fully residential college and mess facility is also there. The quality of food provided is good and the infrastructure is also satisfactory.