FAQs

FAQs FOR ADMISSION

Q1. What are the deadlines for submitting all of my application materials?

If you’re applying as a fresher for early decision admission, the deadline is August 15. Regular decision freshman applicants need to have all application materials to GGI by September 1. Also if you’re applying as a LEET student, the filing period will remain the same as mentioned above.

Q2. Does GGI offer any scholarships?

Financial awards are all based on demonstrated financial need only. GGI offers merit scholarships based upon percentage.

Q3. Are there academic advising and counselling services available to students?

Yes. The Centre for Academic Resources offers academic support services to students from all disciplines as well. Students can also meet with a professional counsellor at the Counselling Centre.

Q4. How available are the professors to the students?

Professors make themselves very available to students, giving out their office hours, email addresses, phone numbers, and sometimes even home or cell phone numbers on the first day of class. They encourage students to drop in during their 2 hours a week of office hours, even just to chat.

Q5. How’s safety on campus?

Safety is very firm on campus with guards at the gate 24*7. After 9p.m. students are required to get into their own residence hall. We also have student security officers patrolling on evenings. Our emergency call boxes, strategically scattered throughout the campus, have a two minute response time.

Q6. What sort of academic support is available to students?

If a student is not satisfied with the support they get from their professors, there are many other options to pursue. The Geeta Group is a great resource for scholastic support. They offer study groups, note taking tips, tutoring services, etc. It also has specialized support for GATE coaching, staffed by professionals.

Q7. How important are extracurricular activities?

As a general rule, the academic record is much more important than extracurricular activities. However, substantial talent and accomplishment in the fine arts, athletics or other areas sought by the college plays a significant role in the development of a student. In general, colleges seek depth of involvement rather than breadth; therefore, we advise students to focus time and attention on a few activities in which they excel.

Q8. Will I have access to computers and the Internet on campus?

The Division of Information Services maintains more than 1,000 computers on campus devoted primarily to student use. Other labs are available for use by engineering, biology, chemistry, mathematics, computer science and physics majors. And all of the campuses of Geeta Group of Institutions have direct access to high-speed Internet in each room.

FAQs FOR LCHM

Please do not hesitate to contact us in case you have a query not mentioned in the list.

Q1. Why should I join this institute?

A) The course is being delivered on purely hospitality oriented and of international standards. The institute is founded by K. R. Education Society to promote excellence in higher education. Thus, speaks about our success through student’s success with dedication, hard work, ethics, values and principles of the society.

If you want to

  • be in the most ultra modern infrastructure facilities till date,
  • possess world wide accepted certifications,
  • to study in well equipped audio visual, digital classrooms,
  • have opportunities for abroad training and job placement,
  • have career advancement assistance
  • get constant support from faculty and staff to develop your overall personality

And most importantly if you want to develop LIFE Skills. You should join this institute and leave the responsibility of building the foundation of your success in our hands.

Q2. What are the various courses available? Also mention the minimum eligibility criteria for the course?

A) Regular courses are:

  • 4 Years Degree in Hotel Management & Catering Technology
    Eligibility: 10 + 2 (any stream)
  • 3 Years Diploma in vocational studies (Food Processing) – Eligibility: 10TH Pass

Q3. Is financial assistance available to students?

A) Yes, students may apply for bank loans as this course is a recognized course. Please contact Administrative officer for detailed information.

If you are eligible as per Government scholarship norms, you are also entitled for a Scholarship claim.

Q4. If I am not an Indian resident, how do I apply for an Indian student visa?

A) International students need to apply for a study visa. You can apply for a study visa at your nearest Indian embassy. Before you apply for a permit, you will need:

  • A Formal Letter of Acceptance from our college. Students who are qualified to join the course will receive their Formal Letter of Acceptance once they have submitted their program fees in full.
  • A valid passport.
  • A temporary resident visa (depending on your country of origin).
  • For more information on the specific requirements for a study permit, and to find out your country’s specific requirements for a resident visa, please visit and contact Citizenship and Immigration Office.

Q5. What are the career opportunities in hospitality and service sector at large?

A) Job opportunities are available in Hotel/Restaurant/Clubs/Cruise Line/Airlines/ Retail /BPO/Call centers/Hospital/Financial Institutions/MNC’s etc.

Q6. Does the Institute offer placement assistance?

A) The Counseling and Placement cell offers a wide variety of career assistance to students. Services include career exposure, resume and interview preparation, and on-campus interviews. The institute organizes on and off campus interviews and 100% assistance in employment is provided after successful completion of the course.

Q7. What is an industrial exposure/internship and where do students complete their internships?

A) Internship is practical work experience where students apply their hospitality service and supervisory skills in restaurants, clubs, hotels, and resorts. The Industrial training is mandatory in the core departments i.e. Food Production, F & B Service, Front Office and Housekeeping.

Students of this college can also opt for abroad internships where they can gain international work exposure and earn good income through stipend

Q8. What type of hotel jobs are available, can you please give me some advice?

A) We have compiled a comprehensive list of hotel positions and classified and based them in the following departments:

  • Accounting and Financial Management
  • Food Production & Confectionary
  • Rooms Division / Facilities
  • Front Office
  • Call Centre
  • Food and Beverage
  • Human Resources
  • Sales and Marketing
  • Information Technology
  • Events

The opportunities are endless…

Q9. How and Where do students have their lunch?

A) The college will take care of the Lunch of all Students in the campus Student Dining Hall. Other times of the day meals will be arranged in & by the hostel or by their own expenses.

Q10. Is it compulsory to live at the hostel?

A) No. There are two options. Students who want to live in the hostel have to pay their accommodation and meals cost in advance. Students may also live in independent houses at their own cost.

Q11. What Degree will I receive upon completion of the course?

A) Upon successful completion of the course, the under-graduate students will receive their BHMCT Degree from Kurukshetra University.

Q12. Can you give me some examples of Hotels where graduates were hired after successfully completing the courses?

A) The properties are:

  • Oberoi Hotels & Resorts
  • Hyatt Hotels Corporation
  • Shangri-La Hotels & Resorts
  • Taj Group of Hotels
  • ITC Welcome Group of Hotels
  • Hilton Hotels
  • Marriott International Inc. and many more.

Q13. What subjects should I take to prepare for this Course at 10+ 2 level?

A) Academic subjects, such as Mathematics, English and Science are highly recommended but not mandatory. Technical courses in food preparation, if available, are recommended, but not required, to enter the Course.

Q14. Do you Offer International Training and Placements to your students?

A) Yes we do offer International Training and Placement assistance to our students and many of our Alumni is already working in Hospitality chains abroad.

Q15. What are the co curricular activities organized by Allied?

A) Allied has an association with Chandigarh Tourism/Punjab Tourism/Haryana Tourism and our students participated in different events like Pinjore Heritage Festival, Surajkund Festival, and other National level Events etc. Along with this, visit to Aahar International fest at Delhi and other hospitality related fests are also organized.

Q16. What is the guarantee of Training and Placement at Allied?

A) At Allied we have a different Training and Placement cell that works 24*7 which helps the students to get placed. We have tie ups with many renowned Hotels. We have placed more than three thousand students at National and International level.

Q17. Do you have Hostel Facility?

A) Yes we do have Hostel facility for both Boys and Girls.

Q18. Do you have Loan facility for the students?

A) Yes we do have Loan facility for the students.

Q19. Do you offer Scholarships to the students?

A) Yes we do have scholarships for the Meritorious/needy students/ Defence personnel wards/girls.

Q20. What are the facilities provided at Allied?

A) At Allied we provide well equipped Food Production Lab, House Keeping Lab, Training Restaurant, Training Bar, Front Office Lab, well equipped Computer Lab with Internet facility, College Canteen and many more .

Q21. Can you name a few other activities organized by Allied?

A) We work for the overall development of our students by emphasizing on their communication by providing them English and French classes. Different quizzes and competitions are organized so as to improve their confidence level. Visits to different hotels are also organized so as to provide them an exposure about the Industry.

Q22. What are the timings of classes for the Programmes?

A) The duration of the classes will be from 9am till 4 pm daily five days a week.

FAQs FOR BFSI

Q1. What are the course details of BFSI?

Ans:  Type of course

  • BFSI stands for Banking, Financial Services and Insurance. It is a Bachelor’s Degree course that focuses Banking, Financial Services and Insurance based on management and administration studies. It is an undergraduate level course.

Duration

  • The duration of the course of instruction for award of B.Vocational (Banking Financial Services and Insurance) Degree shall be three academic years, comprising of six semesters. Each academic year shall be divided into two semester i.e. July to December and January to May/June.

 Eligibility criteria

  • A candidate who has passed 10+2 examination of the Board of School Education, Haryana; or an examination recognized as equivalent thereto, with English as one of the subjects obtaining at least 40% marks in the aggregate shall be eligible for the course. A candidate who has been placed under compartment or allowed to re-appear in one or more subjects in Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (10+2 Standard) of the Board of School Education, Haryana, or equivalent examination of another University/Board is not eligible for admission in 1st semester
  • A candidate who has passed 50 percent courses of B.Vocational (BFSI) Semester I and II or III and IV Examination of this University or an examination recognised as equivalent thereto, shall also be eligible to join III/V Semester of the B.Vocational (BFSI) course, as the case may be.

 Admission process

  • Merit based admission process is followed . Under this setup, marks scored by students in board exam and/or relevant entrance test are taken into consideration. Seats are allotted to deserving candidates on the basis of merit marks obtained by them.

  Training Procedure

  • The Training at BFSI will be initiated after the end of examinations of second and fourth Semesters of the course. The subject of the Training Report shall be certified by the training supervisor provided by the concerned business/ commercial enterprise and countersigned by HOD/Principal of the college concerned

Q2. Why to do BFSI?

Ans: India’s Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI) sector is expected to provide jobs to an additional 1.6 million skilled workers by 2022. This means plenty of Banking Jobs and a host of others in insurance and financial services.

A National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) report reveals that the sector will need an infusion of manpower in several departments, including corporate banking, retail banking, treasury, finance, technology and HR to meet future challenges.

Clearly, the time’s right to contemplate a career in BFSI. But do your have the right core skills?

We list down some of the attributes BFSI employers look for in applicants during the selection process:

The ability to stay on top of the sector

An in-depth knowledge of the sector and familiarity with the latest developments is necessary to remain competitive.

The skill to grasp new concepts and analyze

A recruit with an analytical brain, numerical ability and learning agility scores way higher than one who knows it all but can’t evaluate.

The competence to get familiar with technology

There’s no sector that the advance of technology has left untouched. A knack for learning and understanding new technology can give you an added advantage.

The ability to communicate clearly

A fundamental skill, communicating clearly – be it in the verbal or written format – is what helps you get along with colleagues and clients. If you communicate well, chances of persuading others to listen and much more rise exponentially.

The skilfulness to get along with people

The BFSI sector needs great people skills, basically competencies that allow you to play well with others. Are you able to relate to others, have patience, able to listen and show empathy?

The capability to stay true and display integrity

Whether it’s a bank, mutual fund or insurance firm, the BFSI sector is all about money. But naturally personal integrity is an invaluable quality!

The smartness to be resilient and stay afloat

With things constantly shifting in the global economy, an employee who can weather challenges, and thrive in demanding and taxing times will be valued.

The BFSI sector is not a large, monolithic establishment where all employees perform the same role. While the above attributes apply to a majority of jobs, each division also requires a specific core skill set.

Candidates looking for Investment banking jobs requires to be sharp, intellectually curious and must possess good knowledge of current affairs.

Likewise, to thrive in the retail banking or insurance industry, candidates should display good problem solving abilities, be adept at time management, be a team player, and possess leadership skills.

If you have the attributes listed above and are interested in a job in BFSI sector, there’s a good chance you’ll shine!

FAQ FOR MBA

Q1. What are the course details of MBA?

Ans: Type of course

MBA stands for Bachelor of Business Administration. It is an undergraduate level Master’s Degree course. It is a  management course .

Duration

2 years. The program consists of 32academic years. Each academic year is divided into 2 semesters. Each semester lasts for a period of 6 months.

Specialization

There are various specialization such as :

  • Marketing
  • Human Resource Management
  • Finance
  • International Business
  • Operations Management

Eligibility Criteria  to pursue full time MBA  :

Graduation in any field with at least 50% aggregate marks to be eligible to apply.  You need to clear the selection process of the institution ,that may be through with an entrance test For e.g. CAT, MAT, SNAP, CMAT…

  • Any graduate with a minimum 50% marks in the final year under the 10+2+3 (like BA, B.Com, BCA etc.) or 10+2+4 (like BE, B.Tech etc.) system is eligible for a Management Education. Even post graduates can do an MBA.

Q2. What really is Management education all about?

Ans:

  • It is a Two year full time  course
  • It Gives exposure to the subjects of Finance, Marketing, Operations, HR and Systems.
  • It allows Specialization in one or more of these functional subjects.
  • It helps to develop good logical, analytical and presentation skills.
  • You get to look at problems/situations from different angles with a view to arrive at an effective solution for the same.
  • The course teaches one to work in a team, manage time and helps develop a good business perspective.
  • On an average, you get to study 30 – 35 subjects in the course. It involves written exams, presentations, short projects, case studies, assignments, summer projects, winter projects and any other projects you can get… can do it all in an MBA.

Q3. Why should you do an MBA?

Ans:

  • MBA is a Post graduation degree valued by the Industry.
  • People from diversified educational backgrounds join an MBA course.
  • Involves high pressure and time-packed schedule. Really tests one’s time management skills.
  • You learn through fun class room sessions, case studies, paper presentations, festivals, seminars etc.
  • The focus is on Knowledge-Sharing across functions.
  • Trains in Team work skills as you learn to work with different people on different assignments and projects
  • Teaches you to balance curricular, co-curricular, and extra-curricular activities.
  • Intra & Inter collegiate Case studies & paper presentation contests are common
  • College Festivals, seminars, guest lectures take place frequently.
  • You get to attend quality management seminars within and outside the institute.
  • You can participate in Project presentations and “Best Project” contests.
  • Get to attend quality Management Seminars within and outside the institute.
  • Orients you with knowledge of management functions.
  • Entails better career prospects in terms of job opportunities, career growth, salaries.
  • Teaches you how to manage yourself, your time, people, situations, success and failure. Specialization and other things are just a part of it.

Q4. Why it is worth to do MBA?

Ans: Reasons for Taking up MBA: Helps you develop management skills. Assists you in connecting with a larger business network. Getting higher salary and better opportunities for working professionals. Most students from different colleges all over the country endeavor to do an MBA course after having completed their graduation.

In India MBA has an unparalleled charm for the students and their parents alike. This is probably due to the exceptionally high salaries of the graduates of the Indian Institutes of Management, jet-setting life styles of corporate executives, a pragmatic course of study and a stimulating campus life.

1. Develop priceless management skills

MBA candidates are usually young professionals with a minimum of two years of work experience. Even senior employees who feel up to the challenge may sometimes apply. After some time in the professional life, it is human nature to seek comfort and to avoid taking risks.

MBAs and their connected specializations will teach you a lot about everything that makes a company tick. You will learn how to:

  • Manufacture, advertise and sell your products;
  • Keeping the company’s finances healthy;
  • Maintain the company’s positive image;
  • Gather and interpret industry data;
  • Hire the right people and keep them motivated;
  • Create hierarchies that help the company thrive;
  • Making the tough calls at the right time.

Studying a Master of Business Administration forces you to get out of your comfort zone. You’ll encounter the latest International Business trends, apply the newest management techniques, and keep challenging yourself.

2. Get free access to a large business network

As an MBA student, you have great networking opportunities. You’ll get to interact with colleagues, professors and teaching staff (business people with great management experience). And this context will accentuate your business management capabilities.

Finally, you gain access to the extensive alumni network of that particular MBA programme. Your connections will give you a great overview of the business world. Be ready for a deep understanding of the slightest changes in the business environment. You can reflect on some big business issues, and make connections between various global events and world affairs.

3. Better chances and a higher salary for working professionals

The average salary for an MBA graduate is much higher than an employee’s with a regular Master’s. You can expect to earn twice as much as what you would expect from a regular university degree.

In two-three years’ time, you cover the investment made with your MBA education.

4. Start your own company from scratch

Many students choose an MBA because they want to become entrepreneurs and learn how to run a business. They have a big dream and want to know how to turn it into reality. An MBA will help you acquire business practices needed to start a new business or help existing ones grow.

Many MBA graduates end up starting their own business. Those who don’t, land middle-level or top-level management positions within big companies. Just imagine how becoming your own boss would feel like.

5. Open the door to thriving career opportunities

Graduates of part-time or full-time MBA programs have higher chances of holding a high-level management position. Over 50% of MBA graduates worldwide are senior managers or board directors. This type of position brings a higher salary, but also greater responsibilities.

6. An MBA means the worldwide recognition of your credentials

Once you graduate an MBA, regardless of the location where you plan to build your career, your degree will increase your business credibility.

The real advantage of an MBA, however, is its proven versatility. With an MBA, you can pursue many careers and advance faster to better-paid jobs.

7. Enhances Knowledge

Many MBA graduates have found that this degree program has thoroughly enlightened them on certain aspects of life, especially concerning operations within the business world. While those without an MBA ponder endlessly and wonder how and why a particular business decision is made, an MBA graduate is able to relate, because they would have been taught beforehand. With an MBA, graduates acquire an in-depth view of the business world.

8. Enhances Communication Skills

As part of an MBA program, enrollers are taught how to speak clearly and distinctively. They are taught the art of language, how to add meaning to their words, how to develop effective and exceptional presentations, and overall, how to interact with others in and out of the classroom setting. These communication skills are invaluable in the business world.

9. Personality  Development

An MBA graduate almost becomes a new person after their degree program is complete. With a new outlook on life and the business world the different areas taught in an MBA program, will develop the student’s survival skills and professionalism, enabling them to develop into exceptional communicators and advisers. Without a doubt studying a Masters in Business Administration will alter your whole perception of life and adjust your mind for the better.

Q5. What is the difference between MBA and PGDM programme?

Ans: The main difference between MBA and PGDM is that MBA is a degree and is offered by universities, whereas, PGDM is a post-graduate diploma offered by AICTE approved institutes.

Indian universities come under the University Grants Commission (UGC) and can, therefore, award degrees like the MBA degree, also known as MMS in Mumbai. Universities follow the UGC format for course content. On the other hand, reputed management institutes design their courses based on industry feedback and business relevance. They are not covered under the UGC.

Importantly, when it comes to job opportunities, institute reputation matters more than the name of the degree or diploma.

  • PGDBM – Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management
  • PGDBA – Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration
  • PGDM – Post Graduate Diploma in Management
  • MBA –  Masters in Business Administration
  • MMS –  Masters in Management Studies

Q6. For admission in MBA program, you need to give which  management entrance test?

Ans: Given here are some of the popular entrance tests. Click their names to know MBA/PGDM colleges in India accepting the test score for admission:

  • CAT – Common Admission Test
  • MAT – Management Aptitude Test
  • XAT – Xavier Aptitude Test
  • SNAP – Symbiosis National Aptitude Test
  • NMAT – NMIMS Management Aptitude Test
  • CMAT – Common Management Admission Test
  • IBSAT – ICFAI Business Studies Aptitude Test
  • IRMA – Institute of Rural Management Anand entrance test
  • IIFT – Indian Institute of Foreign Trade entrance test
  • GMAT – Graduate Management Aptitude Test

Q7. How to select an institute for MBA?

Ans: You can choose the college based on the following parameters:

  • Placements
  • Recognition
  • Reputation
  • Faculty
  • Specialization
  • Infrastructure

FAQ FOR BBA

Q1. What are the course details of BBA?

Ans: BBA stands for Bachelor of Business Administration. It is a Bachelor’s Degree course that focuses on management and administration studies. It is an undergraduate level course.

Type of course

BBA stands for Bachelor of Business Administration. It is an undergraduate level Bachelor’s Degree course. It is a general management course (exceptions exist).

Duration

3 years. The program consists of 3 academic years. Each academic year is divided into 2 semesters. Each semester lasts for a period of 6 months.

 Eligibility criteria

10+2 passed (any stream- science, commerce or arts) from a recognized board (or equivalent) is the minimum educational qualification required. Minimum aggregate marks criteria, if exists, could be anywhere between 45-55% aggregate marks.

 Admission process

Merit based admission process is followed . Under this setup, marks scored by students in board exam and/or relevant entrance test are taken into consideration. Seats are allotted to deserving candidates on the basis of merit marks obtained by them.

 PG courses and further studies

BBA graduates may go for any PG or PG Diploma course that has ‘graduation’ as the eligibility criteria. It means that they have number of PG course options available in front of them. Some useful and relevant PG courses are –

  • MBA
  • LL.B.
  • CA (Chartered Accountancy)
  • PG Diploma in Management
  • CFA(Chartered Financial Analyst)
  • CS
  • FRM(Financial Risk Manager)
  • Diploma in Banking
  • CMA(Certified Management Accountant)

By pursuing management courses like MBA and PG Diploma in Management, graduates may specialize in disciplines within the field of management.

 Career prospects and job opportunities

Management professionals are hired by wide variety of industries, MNCs, offices and organizations. Both government and private job opportunities are available in front of them.Corporate houses, MNCs, NGOs, Educational Institutes, Healthcare setups, Government organizations, Industries, Finance institutes (banks, private enterprises etc) etc are known to recruit BBA graduates. Actually, the list of recruiters could go on and on, management professionals are needed by many firms!

Under the above mentioned work setups, BBA graduates may take up any of the following job posts –

  • Associate
  • Assistant Manager
  • HR Manager
  • Operations Manager
  • Analyst
  • Finance and Accounts Manager
  • Banker
  • Trader
  • Sales and Marketing professional
  • Auditing Assistant
  • Executive (Sales, Marketing, Advertising etc)
  • Office Assistant/Executive
  • Research Assistant

Completing MBA or PG Diploma course will be good, since it will add more value to the CV of a BBA graduate. Pursuing relevant PG course will help one land a better job or climb up the career ladder more efficiently!

 Career in Government jobs

Talking about Government jobs, BBA graduates may apply for any government job that required basic ‘graduation’. Banks, Armed Forces, PSUs, Indian Railways, Municipal Corporations etc are places where one may land a job (after clearing relevant entrance test). Other than that, graduates may also appear for Civil Services examination and land administrative roles in the Government.

Salary

Starting salary depends upon factors such as job profile, profile of the employer, job location, institute from which the employee has completed his education etc. Average starting salary could be anywhere between 15-30k Rupees per month. It depends on the factors mentioned above. Campus placement and the quality of institute (from which one pursues the course) plays a huge role in determining the starting salary figure.

Q2. Why students should opt BBA course?

Ans: Bachelor of Business Administration or BBA is a three-year full-time course that is designed to give rise to future professionals rather than mere ‘degree holders’. This course keeps in mind the needs of the industry, where the students ultimately find employment and therefore, has a completely different approach to learning. The program is designed with the objective of producing business executives, managers and entrepreneur with a blend of theory and practical expertise which helps students in taking up challenging tasks in the industry and their own ventures.

Q3. Why it is labelled as a general management course?

Ans: BBA is a general management course. Generally, the course doesn’t focus on any specific discipline or sub-field within the field of management. It covers all the basic elements of management education. That’s why it is labelled as a general management course.

Q4. Explain the basic aspects covered in BBA course

Ans: This general management course covers basic topics like HR management, organizational behaviour, business communication, management skills, office/organization administration, finance management, business laws, business ethics, accounting, planning, international business, retail management, supply chain management, marketing and operations management.

Q5. Explain the Nature of work and tasks to be performed by BBA students.

Ans: BBA graduates may work as management professionals in many sectors. If you analyze the hierarchy and structure of any industry or organization, you will be able to notice that management professionals are the ones who oversee the functioning of the whole industry or organization.

Q6. Which types of skills Management  BBA professionals possess ?

Ans: BBA  professionals possess skills and traits like leadership, vision, planning skills, HR skills, communication skills, finance and accounting skills etc. Such skills are essential for running a company, organization or industry.

Q7. What BBA students can do except doing job?

Ans: Other than office job, self employment is another opportunity available in front of BBA graduates. If you are an entrepreneur at heart, you may start your own venture or business.

Q8. What are the Programme Objectives in GGI?

Ans:

  • To provide adequate basic understanding about subjects in Management among aspiring students.
  • Prepare students to exploit opportunities being created in areas of Management.
  • To train students in effective communication skills.
  • To develop overall competence among students and to inculcate entrepreneurship skills among them.

Q9. Name top most institutes for BBA in India

  • University of Delhi.
  • Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi.
  • University of Mumbai.
  • Symbiosis International University, Pune.
  • NMIMS University, Mumbai.
  • Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University, Pune.
  • Christ University, Bangalore.

Q10. Top BBA Colleges in India

College University Program Name Total Seats BBA Exam
Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Indore Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Indore 5 Year-IPM 120 IPM Aptitude Test
Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, Delhi Delhi University Bachelors of Business Studies (BMS) 185 DU JAT
Keshav Mahavidyalay, Delhi Delhi University Bachelors of Business Studies (BMS) 45 DU JAT
DeenDayal Upadhyay College, Delhi Delhi University Bachelors of Business Studies (BMS) 45 DU JAT
Anil Surendra Modi School of Commerce, Mumbai NMIMS University, Mumbai BBA 360 NPAT BBA
HR College of Commerce and Economics, Mumbai
Admission is open at Mumbai University Website
Mumbai University BBA 120 Admission based on candidate profile
Jai Hind College, Mumbai
Admission is open at Mumbai University Website
Mumbai University BBA 60 Admission based on candidate profile
Mithibhai College, Mumbai
Admission is open at Mumbai University Website
Mumbai University BBA 120 Admission based on candidate profile
Symbiosis Centre for Management Studies, Pune Symbiosis International University BBA 240 Symbiosis Entrance Test (SET)
Symbiosis Centre for Management Studies, Noida Symbiosis International University BBA 150 Symbiosis Entrance Test (SET)
Christ University, Bangalore Christ University, Bangalore BBA NA Entrance Test (ET) + Presentation & Personal Interview + Past Academic Performance
St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai
Online Applications open till May 30
Autonomous BMS 60 St. Xavier’s College BMS Entrance Test
Maharaja Surajmal Institute Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi 480 GGSIPU CET BBA
Maharaja Agrasen Institute of
Management Studies
Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi 360 GGSIPU CET BBA
Institute of Management, Nirma University, Ahmedabad Nirma University, Ahmedabad 5 Year Integrated BBA+MBA 120 UGAT, 2.01 lakhs (Per Annum+ other fee)
VIT- AP School of Business VIT University and University of Michigan, Dearborn (UMD) BBA 120 MTPI at Institute
Faculty of Management, Osmania University, Hyderabad Osmania University Hyderabad 5 Year Integrated BBA+MBA 60 OUCET

FAQs FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING

Q1. Why civil engineering?

A One of the oldest and broadest engineering disciplines, Civil Engineering involves planning, designing, constructing, maintaining and supervising infrastructures which include facilities essential to modern life like highways, bridges and tunnels, schools, hospitals, airports and other buildings, sewage systems and water treatment facilities. Subsequently, the course also involves protecting the public and environmental health as well as improving existing infrastructure.

Q2. What are the basic traits required for a Civil engineering?

Ans: The entry into this branch of engineering requires certain basic traits. Apart from being good in physics and mathematics, one must have a penchant for civil and structural component. Further, one must have immense patience, ability to work for long hours and an inventive spirit that are essential ingredients for becoming a successful civil engineer.

Q3. What are the modern avenues available to a civil engineering?

Ans: Apart from the conventional roles and responsibility, the scope of Civil Engineering is leaping beyond its traditional boundaries. Focus is on new areas of research such as sustainable development waste management, development of composite materials, biomedical applications, environmental conservation, and IT Setups etc. Overall civil Engineering offers a wide bouquet of job options to students who are looking for a stable and stimulating career.

Q4. How can a Civil Engineer respond to today’s dynamics of job markets in India?

Ans: The resurgence of Civil Engineering was quite spectacular in recent years due to the regular progressive nature of development worldwide. According to survey, this is the most sought branch preferred by students seeking admission to various technical institutes across India in the recent years. The job market for Civil Engineers is perennial. Even the vagaries of the global economic crisis could not knock out the demand for these professionals in the Indian job market as well as global market. Although some branches of Civil engineering went out of focus during the meltdown period, the overall situation was much better as compared with other careers. On the brighter side, things are getting back to normal and this evergreen career path is again gaining currency amongst career aspirants as it did during the pre-meltdown years.

Q5. Can a Civil Engineer be absorbed in Defence forces?

Ans: Yes, A career in the Indian defence service is lot more than just element of pride in donning the uniform, be it army, air force or navy. There is nothing to beat a career in the defence forces, crucial responsibilities, service to the nation, respect from all sections of society all rolled into one. Training for the defence services automatically qualifies students to become full-fledged officers of the service to which they are appointed. They are guaranteed a job, along with all the perks and allowances, many of which continue even after retirement. Jobs in the Defence Services involve a great deal of power and authority, though there are frequent transfers. Competent officers always have a chance of being promoted to senior positions over the years. Yes in MES and BDS

Q6. What are the key skills for Civil engineer’s? 

Ans The key skills required for being a Civil Engineer are effective technical skills, ability to work under pressure, problem-solving skills and teamwork.

Q7. What are the opportunities for students passing out with specialisation in Civil Engineering?

Ans The engineers are going to have full visibility of operations which will allow them to be responsive towards minute details related to construction processes. The industry is going to require skilled employees leading to an increased number of jobs for Civil engineering.

Q8. What is the future of Civil Engineering in India?

Ans Breakthroughs in materials and analytical tools and equipment have opened new frontiers for Civil Engineers. sustainable construction, biotechnology, composites and environmental Engineering have all expanded the Civil Engineering tool box. With new technologies, the industry is heading towards massive job opportunities for Civil Engineers.

Q9. What is the average salary of Civil Engineers in India? 

Ans The average salary of Civil Engineers in India is based on the following factors, including engineering branch, company, experience and skills.

At present, based on qualification, the average salary of a Mechanical Engineers varies between:

  1. B. Tech – 25-30K per month and ~50K after an experience of 4+ years
  2. M.Tech – 50-60K per month and ~80K after an experience of 4+ years

Q10. What  are the Courses after Civil Engineering Diploma?

Ans: After successfully completing Civil Engineering Diploma one can directly pursue the following Advanced Diploma courses.

  • Advance Diploma in Drafting and Design
  • Advance Diploma in Structural Design
  • Advance Diploma in Construction Management
  • Advance Diploma in Civil Engineering
  • Advance Diploma in Surveying
  • They can get into the following B.Tech and B.E courses via lateral entry.
  • Bachelor of Engineering in Agricultural and Irrigation Engineering
  • Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering
  • Bachelor of Engineering in Ceramics and Cement Technology
  • Bachelor of Engineering in Geo Informatics
  • Bachelor of Engineering in Transportation Engineering
  • Bachelor of Technology in Ceramics and Cement Technology
  • Bachelor of Technology in Civil Engineering
  • Bachelor of Technology in Civil Engineering + Master of Technology in Structural Engineering
  • Bachelor of Technology in Civil and Transportation Engineering
  • Bachelor of Technology in Civil Infrastructural Engineering
  • Bachelor of Technology + Master of Technology in Civil Engineering
  • To improve their career prospects one can do the following certification courses as well.
  • Certificate Course in Building Design
  • Certificate Course in Construction Management

Q11. What are the government opportunities for diploma Holder?

Ans: Diploma holders in Civil Engineering have good career opportunities in Government sector and also in Private sector enterprises. The common areas of work for these people include:

  • Rain water harvesting system
  • Estimation
  • Gas and Oil plants
  • Construction of pipelines
  • Construction of tunnels
  • Surveying
  • Water mains
  • Preparation of civil drawings
  • Power generation firms
  • Construction of buildings
  • Construction of dams
  • Construction of sewage systems
  • Construction of bridges
  • Top Government undertakings that recruit Civil Engineering diploma holders include:
  • National Fertilizers Limited
  • Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited
  • MMTC Limited
  • Hindustan Paper Corporation Limited
  • Bharat Earth Movers Limited
  • Power Grid Corporation of India Limited
  • Bharath Electronics Limited
  • Cement Corporation of India
  • Hindustan Zinc Limited
  • National Small Industries Corporation Limited
  • National Thermal Power Corporation
  • Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited

Q12. What are private opportunities for diploma Holder?

Ans:

Top firms in the Private sector that recruit Civil Engineering Diploma holders include:

  • DLF
  • Frischmann Prabhu
  • Larsen & Toubro
  • Shapoorji Pallonji & Company
  • Sobha Developers Limited
  • Gammon India
  • Hindustan Construction Company
  • Nagarjuna Construction Company
  • Punj Lloyd
  • Tata Projects
  • Unitech

Q13. What is scope after b.tech in civil engineering?

Ans: As a Civil Engineer, you can take up career options in the diverse fields such as Building control surveyor, CAD technician, Consulting civil engineer, Contracting civil engineer, Design engineer, Nuclear engineer, Site engineer, Structural engineer, Water engineer, Rural and Urban Transport engineer.

Q14. What are various sectors / types of industry in which Civil Engineers can be absorbed?

Ans:  The job opportunities will be available to you both in the Government as well as the Private sectors .

Some top recruiters hiring Civil Engineering Graduates include:

  • Hindustan Construction Company(HCC)
  • Expert Technology
  • Prestige Estates
  • Oberoi Reality
  • DLF
  • IVRCL Infrastructure & Projects Ltd
  • Larsen and Toubro
  • Hiranandani Construction Pvt. Ltd
  • Godrej Properties

Some other Public Sector Companies where you can get recruited after you B.Tech in Civil Engineering includes:

  • Indian Oil Corporation(IOCL)
  • Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited(BSNL)
  • Gas Authority of India Limited(GAIL)
  • Steel Authority of India Limited(SAIL)
  • Indian Space Research Organisation(ISRO)
  • National Thermal Power Corporation Limited(NTPC)
  • Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited(BHEL)
  • Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited(ONGC)
  • Hindustan Aeronautics Limited(HAL)

Q15. I am a girl. Is Civil Engineering good for me?

Ans Yes. There is a myth that non-circuit branches like CivilEngineering are not suitable for a woman. Though it is a fact that Civil demands a very high order or physical endurance, anybody irrespective of gender could study if he/she can stand the physical strain. In fact, the women who are pursuing Civil Engineering are excelling in different aspects much ahead of boys. So if you can withstand the long hours in field, just don‟t worry, go ahead with any branch you like.

Q16. What do Civil Engineers do? 

Ans Civil engineers conceive and manage the physical infrastructure and environmental protection systems of our society. They design, plan, construct and manage physical facilities, including roadways, dams, buildings and pipelines. They may own a construction firm, be a partner in a consulting company, or work for a government agency or corporation. They can find work anywhere in the world, because there are needs for physical facilities everywhere.

Graduates with a civil engineering degree also enter other professions or career paths. These graduates have a broad, problem solving background from their civil engineering studies, which can provide an excellent preparation for many careers. Indeed, engineering might be considered to be the “liberal arts” of the 21st Century. Civil engineering alumni have pursued careers in engineering fields as well as medicine, law, military service, management and software industries.

Q17. What is the eligibility criteria for pursuing M.Tech in Civil Engineering?

Ans  The student should have passed B.Tech from a recognised University with a minimum percentage   50% (45% for SC/ST)

Q18. What is affiliation of M.Tech Course?

Ans M.Tech course is affiliated to Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra.

Q19. What is specialization in M.Tech in Civil Engineering?

Ans transportation, structural engineering

Q20. What is fee of M.Tech course?

Ans INR 80,000 per year

Q21. What is approval of M.Tech. Course?

Ans M.Tech course is approved by AICTE.

Q22. What is duration of M.Tech. Course?

Ans 2 years

Q23. What is the eligibility criteria for pursuing B.Tech in Civil Engineering?

Ans The basic eligibility criteria to pursue a Civil Engineering degree is – the student should have passed class 10+2 exam from a recognised board with a minimum percentage 45% (40% for SC/ST) in the PCM (Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry) as core subjects.

For lateral entry admission: Diploma in any stream/ B.Sc with maths with at least 45% marks.

Q24. What is affiliation of B.Tech Course?

Ans B.Tech course is affiliated to Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra.

Q25. What is approval of B.Tech. Course?

Ans B.Tech course is approved by AICTE.

Q26. What is duration of B.Tech. Course?

Ans 4 years if taking admission after 12th and 3 years for lateral entry students.

Q27. What is fee of B.tech course?

Ans INR 91,000 per year.

Q28. What is the eligibility criteria for pursuing Diploma in Civil Engineering in India?

Ans The student should have passed class 10th exam from a recognised board.

For lateral entry: 12th in Science/ ITI pass

Q29. What is affiliation of Diploma Course?

Ans Diploma course is affiliated to HSBTE.

Q30. What is fee of Diploma course?

Ans INR 42,000 per year.

Q31. What is approval of Diploma Course?

Ans Diploma course is approved by AICTE.

Q32. What is duration of Diploma Course?

Ans  3 years if taking admission on 10th basis and 2 years for lateral entry students.

Q33. Is medium of education in English only?

Ans: Yes. Medium of education is English. Students will be writing their answer scripts in English only in all their examinations. But we take special care for the students of Hindi medium in explaining things to the best of their convenience.

Q34. I am throughout Hindi medium student. Am I able to cope up with the course?

Ans: Yes. With the special pedagogy adopted for the Hindi medium students we take all possible concern for such students.

Q35. Can I submit a supporting document after the deadline?

Ans: We will accept supporting documents starting from the course till it needs to send to university but be aware that late documents will delay the chances of rejecting your admission by the university.

Q36. What are the different software used by the students of Civil Engineering?

Ans:  STAAD pro, Primavera, Revit,MS Project, Auto Cad etc.

Q37. What are the various co-curricular activities organized in the Mechanical Department?

Ans: Industrial training, workshops, expert lectures, soft skill training etc.

Q38. What is the quality of the Faculty in Civil Dept. and what is innovative in their teaching methodologies?

Ans: All recruitments are in compliance with AICTE Norms. The core faculty comprises well qualified and experienced academicians from the reputed institutions such as IITs,NITs,govt. and central Universities. Leading professionals from the corporate world with rich industry experience are also a part of GEC teaching fraternity. Faculty members continuously innovate and upgrade their teaching methodology to suit the current requirements of the Industry/society.

Q39. What measures are taken to help the students in finding employment?

Ans: We have a well-organized placement cell doing commendable job year after year. We also conduct special coaching for improving the employability skills of the students. Emphasis on analytical skills and attitudinal changes is given besides the training on soft skills as well as communication skills. The college seeks accreditation from different bodies, sign MOUs etc. to promote employment.

Q40. What are the quality of labs in Civil Department?

Ans: Equipments/Machines involved in each lab are versatile enough to give students complete practical knowledge and exposure of theory being taught in subjects and this will help them to bridge the gap between academia and industry.

Q41. Is there any industrial interaction program for students?

Ans: Throughout the year we run several industrial interaction programmes with numerous industries.

Q42. What kind of infrastructure is available to the department?

Ans  1. Lush green campus and Eco-Smart classroom with round the clock accessible WI-FI,   overhead projectors incorporated in every classroom for better teaching support.

  1. Thousands of books accessible to students, with ease of access facility using Digital library.
  2. Incubation center for students to perform research.

Q43. Is Hostel facility available in the Campus?

Ans: Yes. We have Separate boys and girls hostels within the campus with sufficient intake to cater the need. Hostel facility is provided on first come first serve basis.

Q44. Is it compulsory to live in College Hostel?

Ans: No.

Q45. Is the campus fully Wi-Fi?

Ans: Yes, the campus including the hostels is fully Wi-Fi.

Q46. Do you Have Medical Facilities?

Ans: Institute has already Tie-Up with MD and MS Doctors for extensive care (24) Hours College Transport available for any emergency situation.

Q47. Does college provide Transportation?

Ans: Yes. With the fleet of buses commuting from all important roots and links to various strategic locations of area.

Q48. How safe is the campus?

Ans: The GEC does a great deal to promote the safety of its students. Unlike most institutions, the GEC has its own professionally trained security guards that patrols the campus frequently.
Security People available 24 Hours, Separate Hostel Warden for both.

Q49. Should the parents come along with the candidate?

Ans: It is compulsory to come at least once during the admission process.

Q50. What are the Extra Curricular Activities in College?

Ans: In Campus Gymnasium, Basketball court, Football Field, Technical Fest, Certification Program, Industrial Visit, Cricket Field, Volleyball are available. Time to time inter college competition organized. Different clubs available for extra activities purpose.

Q51. When will the classes commence?

Ans: 1st week of August.

Q52. Whether college provide any finance facility?

Ans: No. But we provide related documentary support required from college to get education loan with any of the banks.

Q53. Is there any other charges than fee?

Ans  Admission and uniform charges INR 6000 one time. Exam fee every sem as per university norms.

FAQs FOR MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Q1. Why Mechanical Engineering?

Ans: Mechanical Engineering is one of the oldest branches and is referred to as the ‘mother’ branch of all engineering. The appealing feature of this branch is that the application base of this field of study is extremely broad and diverse. All inventions till date are direct contributions of one or the other application of mechanics, thermodynamics, robotics, kinematics, design and structural analysis, fluid mechanics etc. These concepts are applied in the process of designing state-of-the-art manufacturing units, process units, machine building, power plant equipment, refrigeration & air-conditioning equipment, automobiles and their engines, aircraft and aerospace parts, industrial machinery etc. Mechanical Engineers not only design new mechanical systems but they are also responsible for testing, maintaining and manufacturing them. In short, Mechanical Engineer runs industries.

Q2. What are the basic traits required for a Mechanical Engineer?

Ans: The entry into this branch of engineering requires certain basic traits. Apart from being good in physics and mathematics, one must have a penchant for mechanical components and machinery and how these machines work. Further, one must have immense patience, ability to work for long hours and an inventive spirit that are essential ingredients for becoming a successful Mechanical Engineer.

Q3. What are the modern avenues available to a Mechanical Engineer?

Ans: Apart from the conventional roles and responsibility, the scope of Mechanical Engineering is leaping beyond its traditional boundaries. Focus is on new areas of research such as nanotechnology, development of composite materials, biomedical applications, environmental conservation, and IT Setups etc. Overall Mechanical Engineering offers a wide bouquet of job options to students who are looking for a stable and stimulating career.

Q4. How can a Mechanical Engineer respond to today’s dynamics of job markets in India?

Ans: The resurgence of Mechanical Engineering was quite spectacular in recent years due to the regular progressive nature of development worldwide. According to survey, this is the most sought branch preferred by students seeking admission to various technical institutes across India in the recent years. The job market for Mechanical Engineers is perennial. Even the vagaries of the global economic crisis could not knock out the demand for these professionals in the Indian job market. Although some branches of mechanical engineering went out of focus during the meltdown period, the overall situation was much better as compared with other careers. On the brighter side, things are getting back to normal and this evergreen career path is again gaining currency amongst career aspirants as it did during the pre-meltdown years.

Q5. Can a Mechanical Engineer be absorbed in Defence forces?

Ans: Yes, A career in the Indian defence service is lot more than just element of pride in donning the uniform, be it army, air force or navy. There is nothing to beat a career in the defence forces, crucial responsibilities, service to the nation, respect from all sections of society all rolled into one. Training for the defence services automatically qualifies students to become full-fledged officers of the service to which they are appointed. They are guaranteed a job, along with all the perks and allowances, many of which continue even after retirement. Jobs in the Defence Services involve a great deal of power and authority, though there are frequent transfers. Competent officers always have a chance of being promoted to senior positions over the years. Yes in Aircraft stream and Automobiles.

Q6. What are the key skills for Mechanical Engineers? 

Ans The key skills required for being a Mechanical Engineer are effective technical skills, ability to work under pressure, problem-solving skills and teamwork.

Q7. What are the opportunities for students passing out with specialisation in Mechanical Engineering?

Ans The engineers are going to have full visibility of operations which will allow them to be responsive towards minute details related to manufacturing processes. The industry is going to require skilled employees leading to an increased number of jobs for Mechanical Engineers.

Q8. What is the future of Mechanical Engineering in India?

Ans Breakthroughs in materials and analytical tools have opened new frontiers for Mechanical Engineers. Nanotechnology, biotechnology, composites, computational fluid dynamics (CFD), and acoustical Engineering have all expanded the Mechanical Engineering tool box. With new technologies, the industry is heading towards massive job opportunities for Mechanical Engineers.

Q9. What is the average salary of Mechanical Engineers in India? 

Ans The average salary of Mechanical Engineers in India is based on the following factors, including engineering branch, company, experience and skills.

At present, based on qualification, the average salary of a Mechanical Engineers varies between:

  1. B. Tech – 25-30K per month and ~50K after an experience of 4+ years
  2. M.Tech – 50-60K per month and ~80K after an experience of 4+ years

Q10. What are various sectors / types of industry in which Mechanical Engineers can be absorbed?

Ans: They can be suitably employed in-

  • Manufacturing industries
  • Maintenance work
  • Automobile mfg. & maintenance industries
  • Refrigeration industries / Air conditioning industries
  • Escorts
  • Tecumsha
  • Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL)
  • BHEL, NTPC, NHPC
  • JCB / Hero Honda
  • Railways
  • Armed Forces
  • Software companies like TCS, Infosys, L&T
  • Other small scale industries etc.

Q11.  I am a girl. Is Mechanical Engineering good for me?

Ans Yes. There is a myth that non-circuit branches like Mechanical Engineering are not suitable for a woman. Though it is a fact that Mechanical demands a very high order or physical endurance, anybody irrespective of gender could study if he/she can stand the physical strain. In fact, the women who are pursuing Mechanical Engineering are excelling in different aspects much ahead of boys. So if you can withstand the longhours in workshops, just don‟t worry, go ahead with any branch you like.

Q12. What do Mechanical Engineers do? 

Ans Mechanical Engineers deal with the design of a component, a machine, a system, a process – anything that needs to be manufactured; anything that moves.

The expertise of a Mechanical Engineer is needed in the tiniest micro-particle like sensors and switches to the largest systems like cars, spacecraft, and satellites.

Q13. What is the eligibility criteria for pursuing M.Tech in Mechanical Engineering?

Ans  The student should have passed B.Tech from a recognised University with a minimum percentage   50% (45% for SC/ST)

Q14. What is affiliation of M.Tech Course?

Ans M.Tech course is affiliated to Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra.

Q15. What is specialization in M.Tech in Mechanical Engineering?

Ans Industrial and Production Engineering.

Q16. What is fee of M.Tech course?

Ans INR 80,000 per year

Q17. What is approval of M.Tech. Course?

Ans M.Tech course is approved by AICTE.

Q18. What is duration of M.Tech. Course?

Ans 2 years

Q19. What is the eligibility criteria for pursuing B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering?

Ans The basic eligibility criteria to pursue a Mechanical Engineering degree is – the student should have passed class 10+2 exam from a recognised board with a minimum percentage 45% (40% for SC/ST) in the PCM (Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry) as core subjects.

For lateral entry admission: Diploma in any stream/ B.Sc with math with at least 45% marks.

Q20. What is affiliation of B.Tech Course?

Ans B.Tech course is affiliated to Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra.

Q21. What is approval of B.Tech. Course?

Ans B.Tech course is approved by AICTE.

Q22. What is duration of B.Tech. Course?

Ans 4 years if taking admission after 12th and 3 years for lateral entry students.

Q23. What is fee of Diploma course?

Ans INR 91,000 per year.

Q24. What are the various placement opportunities available after completing B. Tech in Mechanical Engineering?

Ans The opportunities are plenty and unending because of the broadest nature of the field Mechanical Engineering offer. Mechanical Engineers are required to design, test, manufacture, install, operate and maintain a wide array of machines and mechanical systems and hence can find employment both in the government and private sector undertakings. Major industries include automobiles, aeronautical, power, energy and utilities, air conditioning and refrigeration industry, manufacturing plants, oil and gas exploration, refining industries, agricultural sector, shipping industry, banks, insurance, financial institutions, teaching & research. In the government sector Mechanical Engineers can provide their knowledge to various government run projects in the role of technical experts and consultants. They can also work in private engineering companies that provide technical consultancy to both government and corporate firms. They not only have countless options in the industrial sector but they can also make foray into new realms of technology and even get into management and technical consultancy.

Q25. What is the eligibility criteria for pursuing Diploma in Mechanical Engineering in India?

Ans The student should have passed class 10th exam from a recognised board.

For lateral entry: 12th in Science/ ITI pass

Q26. What is affiliation of Diploma Course?

Ans Diploma course is affiliated to HSBTE.

Q27. What is fee of Diploma course?

Ans INR 42,000 per year.

Q28. What is approval of Diploma Course?

Ans Diploma course is approved by AICTE.

Q29. What is duration of Diploma Course?

Ans  3 years if taking admission on 10th basis and 2 years for lateral entry students.

Q30. Is medium of education in English only?

Ans: Yes. Medium of education is English. Students will be writing their answer scripts in English only in all their examinations. But we take special care for the students of Hindi medium in explaining things to the best of their convenience.

Q31. I am throughout Hindi medium student. Am I able to cope up with the course?

Ans: Yes. With the special pedagogy adopted for the Hindi medium students we take all possible concern for such students.

Q32. Can I submit a supporting document after the deadline?

Ans: We will accept supporting documents starting from the course till it needs to send to university but be aware that late documents will delay the chances of rejecting your admission by the university.

Q33. What are the different software used by the students of Mechanical Engineering?

Ans:  CATIA, Creo Elements, Auto Cad, ANSYS/Abaqus/Nastran and others

Q34. What are the various co-curricular activities organized in the Mechanical Department?

Ans: Industrial training, workshops, expert lectures, soft skill training etc.

Q35. What is the quality of the Faculty in Mech Dept. and what is innovative in their teaching methodologies?

Ans: All recruitments are in compliance with AICTE Norms. The core faculty comprises well qualified and experienced academicians from the reputed institutions such as IITs, central Universities. Leading professionals from the corporate world with rich industry experience are also a part of GEC teaching fraternity. Faculty members continuously innovate and upgrade their teaching methodology to suit the current requirements of the Industry/society.

Q36. What measures are taken to help the students in finding employment?

Ans: We have a well-organized placement cell doing commendable job year after year. We also conduct special coaching for improving the employability skills of the students. Emphasis on analytical skills and attitudinal changes is given besides the training on soft skills as well as communication skills. The college seeks accreditation from different bodies, sign MOUs etc. to promote employment.

Q37. What are the quality of labs in Mechanical Department ?

Ans: Equipments/Machines involved in each lab are versatile enough to give students complete practical knowledge and exposure of theory being taught in subjects and this will help them to bridge the gap between academia and industry.

Q38. Is there any industrial interaction program for students?

Ans: Throughout the year we run several industrial interaction programmes with numerous industries.

Q39. What kind of infrastructure is available to the department?

Ans  1. Lush green campus and Eco-Smart classroom with round the clock accessible WI-FI,   overhead projectors incorporated in every classroom for better teaching support.

  1. Thousands of books accessible to students, with ease of access facility using Digital library.
  2. Eicher Incubation centre to pursue innovative research.

 Q40. Is Hostel facility available in the Campus?

Ans: Yes. We have Separate boys and girls hostels within the campus with sufficient intake to cater the need. Hostel facility is provided on first come first serve basis.

Q41. Is it compulsory to live in College Hostel?

Ans: No.

Q42. Is the campus fully Wi-Fi?

Ans: Yes, the campus including the hostels is fully Wi-Fi.

Q43. Do you Have Medical Facilities?

Ans: Institute has already Tie-Up with MD and MS Doctors for extensive care (24) Hours College Transport available for any emergency situation.

Q44. Does college provide Transportation?

Ans: Yes. With the fleet of buses commuting from all important roots and links to various strategic locations of area.

Q45. How safe is the campus?

Ans: The GEC does a great deal to promote the safety of its students. Unlike most institutions, the GEC has its own professionally trained security guards that patrols the campus frequently.
Security People available 24 Hours, Separate Hostel Warden for both.

Q46. Should the parents come along with the candidate?

Ans: It is compulsory to come at least once during the admission process.

Q47. What are the Extra Curricular Activities in College?

Ans: In Campus Gymnasium, Basketball court, Football Field, Technical Fest, Certification Program, Industrial Visit, Cricket Field, Volleyball are available. Time to time inter college competition organized. Different clubs available for extra activities purpose.

Q48. When will the classes commence?

Ans: 1st week of August.

Q49. Whether college provide any finance facility?

Ans: No. But we provide related documentary support required from college to get education loan with any of the banks.

Q50. Is there any other charges than fee?

Ans  Admission and uniform charges INR 6000 one time. Exam fee every sem as per university norms.

FAQs FOR CSE

Q1. What is Computer Science?

Ans: Most people often equate the study of Computer Science to the study of computer programming. The study of Computer Science encompasses much more than programming and involves a variety of topics such as analysis and design of algorithms, formal design techniques, design of programming languages, software engineering, assembly language and computer organization, distributed computing, artificial intelligence and mathematical analysis. Computer scientists study how to efficiently organize, store and retrieve data, how to write efficient programs, probe the limits of algorithmic techniques in designing programs to behave intelligently, develop new applications that benefit society and humankind, design complex software programs and design effective interfaces between programs and humans.

Q2. Is Computer Science the right choice of major for me?

Ans: If you are unsure about what area interests you, we suggest that you try the introductory programming course.

Q3. Why should I study Computer Science?

Ans: For almost all choice jobs of the future – whether in engineering, natural or social sciences, economics, finance or government, one has to be familiar with the essential fundamentals of computing to understand and leverage technology in the search for scientific breakthroughs, the development of new products and services, or the way work is done in a technologically-driven society. A Computer Science degree involves well developed communication, leadership and management skills coupled with creative technical savvy

Q4. What languages are used in Computer Science?

Ans: C, C++, MySQL, HTML, CSS, XML, Javascript, JAVA, Python

Q5. Do I need to own my own personal computer?

Ans: Owning a computer is obviously advantageous in terms of ease and convenience to work on your assignments at any given time. In addition to wireless access across the campus, we have many open computer labs for your use, which are equipped with the necessary software for your classes. While some computer labs are devoted to computer science exclusively, others are for the general students. Thus, some labs may have specialized software installed that is not available in every lab.

Q6. Some people I know have a technology-related job without studying much Mathematics in their college major. However, I see that a degree in Computer Science involves a lot of Mathematics. Why do you require it?

Ans: Most stable and well-paying technology-based jobs require adeptness with algorithmic reasoning. Studying mathematics develops your analytical ability and prepares you to think precisely, thereby preparing you to be creative – a trait essential for being a successful computer scientist. Hence, the ability in mathematics is definitely helpful. However, it is not the knowledge of mathematics but rather a familiarity and comfort with algorithmic reasoning that correlates with success in the computing discipline.

Q7. What are some of the fundamental skills necessary for a Computer Science engineering?

Ans: To succeed in the discipline, an aspiring student must seek to obtain a strong high school background in math and science, build strategic-thinking skills, develop strong oral and written communication skills and develop her/his ability to work in a team environment. As with any creative discipline, a curious and imaginative mind with an abundance of self-motivation to be successful is very essential.

Q8. I am ready to look at the Computer Science curriculum, where do I go from here?

Ans: Here are the appropriate links to Kurukshetra University curriculum pages.     

https://www.kuk.ac.in/information.php?direction=Vertical&L01_id=MTQ=&L01_direction=H&L02_id=ODY=&sublevel=y&page=3

Q9. What is the difference between Computer Science and Computer Engineering?

Ans: Either degree track is a great choice. Computer Engineering focuses on understanding the electronic devices that go into the creation of modern computers, and on the architecture and organization of such systems. Some people view Computer Science as a sister discipline to Mathematics, and Computer Engineering as a sister discipline to Electrical Engineering.

Q10. Is previous experience in programming required to pursue in CSE?

Ans: Our undergraduate degrees in Computer Science and in Computer Engineering do not assume that you came with any previous experience in programming.

Q11. Can CSE students study abroad?

Ans: Yes! A large fraction of CSE students have one or more study abroad experiences.

Q12. How do I get a Summer Internship?

Ans:  Two types of summer internship:

  1. In house Training
  2. Summer training at reputed organization

Q13. What leads most students to choose this college?

Ans: Because it follows the State government. University guidelines.

Q14. Top 6 Jobs with a Computer Science Degree?

Ans:

  1. Full Stack Web Developer. Mobile Application Developer
  2. Software Engineer
  3. Systems Architect
  4. Machine Learning Engineer
  5. Data Engineer.

Q15. What are the subjects of CSE?

Ans:

  1. Fundamentals of Computer Programming.
  2. Data Structures.
  3. Computer Networks.
  4. Object Oriented Programming.
  5. Design and Analysis of Algorithms.
  6. Computer Architecture and Organisation.
  7. Discrete Mathematics.
  8. Database Management Systems.

Q17. What are the various specialized courses embedded in the curriculum in which students can do research?

Ans: Cloud Computing, Cyber Security , Graphics and Gaming,Virtualization, Big Data, Internet of Things (IoT), Robotics, Wireless communication, Speech Processing, Machine Learning, Computer Vision, Pattern Recognition, VLSI, Embedded Systems, Bio-Informatics, Soft Computing, Algorithms, DBMS, Computer Architecture, Artificial Intelligence, Software Engineering, Fuzzy Logic, Operating Systems, Data Mining , Simulation & Modeling , entrepreneurship etc.

Q18. Name major companies visited for campus placement, in recent past?

Ans.

Q19. The highest package for computer pass-out student and the average salary package?

Ans: The Placement/CRC cell of the University makes sure that all the eligible students are given enough opportunities for campus recruitment for technical / non-technical profiles, as per their area of choice/expertise. However, the students need to make sure that they become eligible for the campus recruitment process by ensuring good attendance, academic scores, participation in co-curricular/extra-curricular activities etc. Various companies visiting for campus have been offering salary packages varying from 2.5L-10L. We make sure that all the eligible students are groomed enough on technical/soft skills to clear the entrance test,  group discussion and personal interview. However it is the responsibility of the student to follow the procedure of the visiting company and get selected.

Q19. What is the qualification of faculty members in the Computer Science & Engineering Department?

Ans: The minimum qualification for faculty is M Tech; mostly having PhDs or are pursuing PhDs.

We have a good number and a blend of very experienced, young and qualified faculty members in the Department drawn from Institutes of National repute to teach the latest technology subjects as per curriculum of B.Tech. Some of the faculty members in the Department are having very rich experience in academics and/or software industry. Besides teachers, they are very good mentors, facilitators and motivators for the students. For specialized courses, the faculty members undergo rigorous training by Industry Experts.

Q20. What is done by the Department to ensure that my son/daughter succeeds?

Ans: It all depends on the hard work of an individual. The Department puts in all the efforts to nourish the students academically by providing all the facilities of National and International level in the labs and classrooms. Extra efforts are made to bring them to the expectations of the Industries and make them aware of the latest trends in the field of Computer Science and Information Technology. The whole programme has been planned very systematically semester-wise.

Q21. Is there any mentor system present in the department?

Ans: Yes. There is a cordial environment between the students and the faculty members so that students can get their problems solved easily. Faculty members, who act as a mentor to the group of 30 students act as an interface between the students and higher authorities and guide them on a regular basis to make them successful in every field of life.

Q22. What are the extra activities in which the students are involved for overall development?

Students are provided with the opportunity to participate in various activities such as Talent hunt, Sports, Extempore, Group Discussions and various other competitions to enhance their skills. Students also regularly participate in several Institutional Social Responsibility activities such as Blood Donation, Tree Plantation, Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan etc.

Q23. Is the PC available in hostels for students?

Ans: There is a common lab which remains open after college premises for hostelers.

Q24. When was GEC Established/ How many batches are passed out?

Ans: GEC was established in 2008 and 8 batches are passed out till 2019.

Q25. What is the cost of an Application Form?

Ans.

Q26. How do I pay my  application fees?

Ans: You can pay application fees in account section of a college or online payment facility is also available

Q27. Does GEC provide any Education Loan facility?

Ans: Yes, GEC provides all the mandatory documents required in banks to apply for education loans.

Q28. Do you have any seats reserved for SC/ST candidates?

Ans: It depends on the Government rule for a corresponding state. If student belong to a state where Government provides this facility then he/she can avail this facility from our college

Q29. Is it mandatory to take a hostel after admission?

Ans: No, students can avail college transport facility in case of nearby regions. But for students of other states hostel facilities are best for safety purposes.

Q30. Apart from academics, what are the other on-campus extra-curricular activities?

Ans: GEC organises following extracurricular activities for overall development of the student:

  1. Annual Fest
  2. Technical activities
  3. Start night
  4. Roadies Event
  5. Teacher’s Day Celebration
  6. Workshops
  7. Industrial Visits

Q31. What is the Faculty-student ratio at the Institute?

Ans: There is a ratio of 16:1, means for 16 students there is 1 faculty.

Q32. What is the fees structure of the B.Tech(CSE) course?

Ans.

Q33. Does GEC provide any scholarship to students?

Ans: We offer different scholarship programs based on 12th marks, sports kota, JEE rank.

Q34. Can I change my branch in 2nd Year based on my performance in 1st Year?

Ans: Yes, there is an option for the student to change branch only in 2nd year.

Q35. What would be the extra effort the college will take for the placement of an average student?

Ans: We arrange a PDP class scheduled in the time table itself so that every student can practice regularly for company placement rounds.

Q36. Is the book-bank available for students?

Ans: Book bank is free for a sem duration for academic topper

Q37. Does GEC provide opportunity to students for work on live projects?

Ans: Yes, GGI has more Institutes other than GEC, so a deserving student can get an opportunity to work on a live project in the college itself.

Q38. How to reach the GEC campus?

Ans: You can get exact location from the following link :

http://geetaengineeringcollege.in/contact-us/

Q39. How can the parents keep a check on their child’s performance?

Ans: We regularly provide the performance details of every student to their guardians. It is the duty of either class incharge or mentor to contact each and every student’s parent.

Q40. What is the medium of Instruction?

Ans: Mainly the English language is preferred as a medium of instruction but teacher opt the medium best suitable for all students according to their comfort.

Q41. Is CSE tough?

Ans: CSE can be Easy or extremely tough depending on the way one studies.

Q42. Is a computer engineer in demand?

Ans: The employment of computer hardware engineers is projected to grow 6 percent from 2018 to 2028. Given this, the demand for computer engineers will be high.

Q43. How do job prospects compare for the various computer related degrees?
Ans: Let me start with a universal warning about career advice: job markets can change radically in just a few years, so there are never any guarantees. That being said, all computer related majors are very much in demand and have been for a long time. I can’t think of any other field with equally good prospects, except telecommunications (for which, by the way, CS/CPE/EE are good preparation) and, of course, medicine.

Q44. What are career salary prospects for computer engineers?
Ans: Longer term, if you were to become a typical successful engineer, you could expect your salary to increase steadily in the ten plus years after you begin working. After that, your salary will very much depend on how much your expertise is in demand and whether you go into the business related aspects of your company, say management or marketing, or not. Of course, keeping up with your field is absolutely essential to advancing, or even remaining employable.

FAQs FOR ECE

Q1. What is Electronics and why should one opt for Electronics & Communication Engineering?

Ans:
Electronics is the profession of applying scientific principles to the design and development, fabrication, repair & maintenance of Electrical/Electronic Machines, Instruments and Communication systems. Prior knowledge of Electronics is required in all domains of engineering like Chemical, Aeronautical, Electrical, Mechanical, Computer, Civil, Automobile sectors etc.

Q2. What is the scope of Electronics in light of PM Modi’s vision?

Ans:

  • Set up of 8 electronics manufacturing hubs and  7 electronics manufacturing clusters across the country to reduce imports.
  • PMs ‘Digital India’ vision: 2,50,000 villages to be integrated with   National Optical Fibre Network.

Q3. IS ECE Department is NBA Accredited.

Ans: NO , It is NACC Accredited

Q4. Placement Percentage in ECE Department.

Ans: 100

Q5. Institution Placement Core Company

Ans: Yes , like HCL , Nokia Siemens , Reliance , Shyam Antenna

Q6. Highest Qualification of Head of Department.

Ans: PHD , Post-Doc (p)

Q7. Professor in ECE Department

Ans: 3

Q8. Student to Teacher Ratio in ECE Department

Ans: 16:1

Q9. Internship Program in ECE Department

Ans: Yes  , In collaboration with BSNL , BEL , DRDO

Q10. Is any MOU with IIT/ISCs

Ans: Yes , Virtual Lab in collaboration with IIT Delhi

Q11. Extra Curriculum Activities of ECE

Ans: Yes , Antenna Design workshop , MATLAB Workshop

Q12. Industrial Visit of ECE Department

Ans: Yes , 5 visit per semester

Q13. Workshop in ECE Department

Ans: Yes , 4 to 6 per semester

Q14. What are the scope and application areas of Electronics & Communication Engineering?

Ans: Some of the Present and Emerging Technologies are:
Wireless Communication; Direct To Home; Remote Sensing; Earthquake Monitoring; Microwave Communication; Speaker Recognition; Radar; Robotics; MEMS; Fiber Optics; GPRS; Electronics Cooling System; Thin Film Technology; Brain Computer Interfaces; Advanced Optical Networks; Display Technology; Electrocardiograph (ECG); Optical Computing; Wireless Sensor Networks; Embedded System; Teleconferencing; Nanotechnology; Internet Telephony; Satellite Communication; Smart Technology; Space Engineering

Q15. What are the various courses in the field of Electronics and Communication?
Ans: Following are the various courses in the field of Electronics & Communication:
a)B.Tech(Normal)
b)B.Tech(LEET)
c) M. Tech (Electronics & Communication Engineering)

Q16. What are the career opportunities available to Electronics and Communication Engineers?
Ans: Electronics & Communication Engineering offers career scope in DRDO (Defence Research and Development Organization); ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization); Public and Private Sectors; Defense Services and Engineering services                                    .              Electronics and Communication Engineers get equal opportunity to explore and build a career in IT sectors.

Q17. What kind of Infrastructure is available in the department?
Ans: Some of the prominent Labs are Embedded Systems Lab, Digital IC design Lab, MATLAB, LabVIEW, ORCAD Lab, Advanced Communication Lab, Microwave Lab, Advanced Digital System Design Lab, Microcontroller & Application Lab etc.

Q18. What is the placement record of students for the department of ECE?
Ans: Over the last few years, the department has seen excellent placements, with over 80% of its students placed in public and private sectors. This includes students who opt for higher studies. The students have been placed as Design Engineer; Marketing Professionals; Sales Engineering; System level Engineer in various organizations including:
a) Public Sectors: DRDO, ISRO, BEL, BHEL, BSNL,MTNL, SAIL, NTPC, Indian Railways, ONGC, GAIL                                                .
b) Defence Services: Indian Air-force, Navy, Army                     .
c) Private Sectors: Capital IQ, TCS, HCL, Wipro, Hilti, L&T, Infosys, WIPRO, TATA Telecom, Siemens, AIRTEL, Reliance Communication, Catalyst Business Solution, NSN, Ericsson

Q19. What are the programs offered to improve the employability of students?
Ans: We organize regular workshops and conduct seminars on the latest topics like in the area of Embedded Systems, Wireless Communication Systems and Robotics etc for value addition of the students. Regular programme for overall personality & career skill development are organized with the help of expert trainers. Regular Industrial visits are also organized to give the students about the feel of work culture in the industry.

Q20. What is the scope of research in the department?
Ans: Research is the main focus in the Faculty of Engineering and Technology in general. Latest equipment and software are available in the department of Electronics and Communication Engineering and moreover the students can access e-Journals (IEEE & Springer etc), to explore latest developments.

Q21. What kind of faculty is available in the department of Electronics & communication Engineering?
Ans: The core faculty in the department comprises distinguished academicians from the best institutions and leading professionals from the corporate world with rich industry experience. The faculty lays great emphasis on continuous evaluation by means of well designed tutorials and practical experiments. Every effort is made to reinforce the concepts taught in the classroom. Apart from teaching, the faculty members have been vigorously pursuing research and have been regularly publishing research papers in various National and International Journals of repute as well as in prestigious conferences.

Q22. What is the cost of tuition fees of ECE Students?

Ans: Please refer college Boucher.

Q23. What are the annual living expenses for ECE graduate students?
Ans: Please refer college Boucher.

Q24. What kind of financial aid and scholarships are available for ECE graduate students?
Ans: Please refer to the Financial Aid section of the ECE Graduate Handbook for details about financial support and scholarships.

Q25. Where can I find more information about the ECE faculty and their research areas?
Ans: Ece Department section

Q26. I am currently a graduate student enrolled at another university. How can I transfer into the ECE graduate program                          ?
Ans: There is not a separate process to transfer into the ECE graduate program. Instead, applicants must apply to the ECE program as outlined on our Graduate Admissions Page. After matriculation in the ECE graduate program, students may petition to transfer up to six graduate credits from a regionally accredited university as long as those credits are not part of a completed degree.

Q27. Do you offer a distance learning program?

Ans: No.

Q28. What kind of funding is available through the ECE department?

Ans: AICTE Funding, MHRD Funding

Q29. What are ECE Students of receiving funding?

Ans: Funding is awarded based on the qualifications of the student, the number of applicants, the amount of available funding, and the number of continuing students receiving support. We cannot determine a student’s chances.

Q30. May I apply for integrated M.Tech with B.Tech?

Ans: No.

Q31. How can I check my application status?

Ans: Due to the large number of applications and volume of email received daily from ECE applicants, it may not be possible to respond to individual requests for information. Please review the checklist in your online application to review completeness.

Q32. How much is the application fee?
Ans: The application fee is a one-time charge of …….  Re-applicants are required to pay the fee again.

Q33. Is it possible for my application fee to be waived?
Ans: The application fee is waived for GEC students and alum, as well as applicants applying for a GEC Fellowship. The fee waiver will be automatically applied for all those it applies to. For all others, an application fee is required. If your application fee is not submitted (via credit card, check or money order), then your application will not be considered for admission.

Q34. I already have a graduate degree, can I still apply for ECE Program
Ans: Yes, you are welcome to apply. In your statement of purpose, please be prepared to address your reasoning for pursuing an additional graduate degree.

Q35. Can I apply for more than one program?
Ans: You may now apply for more than one program within the ECE Department.  On the online application, simply rank your programs of interest in order of preference and you will be considered for each program that you include.

Q36. Can I pursue a ECE graduate degree on a part-time basis?
Ans: NO

Q37. I do not have a background in ECE. Can I still apply?
Ans: Yes U can

Q38. If I was not admitted in ECE Program, can I reapply?
Ans: Yes. The ECE Department will keep your information on file. If you are interested in reapplying, please view the Graduate Application Deadlines to monitor the open application periods.

Q39. If I reapply, do I need to submit new materials?
Ans: Your new application will retain some previously entered biographical information. However, certain sections, including your program selections, letters of recommendation, and application fee will need to be completed again. Available program selections may change from semester to semester, therefore you will need to confirm new selections. Each section will have to be reviewed/updated and saved to complete the application process for the new semester in order to ensure you have submitted the most updated information. You do not need to request ETS to send new official scores if you had requested them with your previous application UNLESS you have retaken and have updated scores.

Q40. My question wasn’t answered here. Who should I contact?
Ans: You may contact the graduate admissions coordinator at [email protected]

Can I learn my chance of being accepted prior to submitting an application?

No.  We cannot give you a pre-evaluation of your application. You need to fill out an application and submit all required information so that it can be reviewed.

Q41. If I already have a graduate in another field, may I apply for a Engineering Program in ECE?

Ans: Yes, if you already have graduate in a field other than ECE, you may still apply for a Engg. program in ECE at GEC.

Q42. Can I send/upload copies of awards, papers, or any other supporting documents to supplement my application?

Ans: Our online application system will allow you to upload up to five (5) extra documents/files if you find it necessary to include them. Please do not send hard copies of these documents.  Hard copy submissions will not be reviewed.