KALYANI GOVERNMENT ENGINEERING COLLEGE is located in Kalyani, Nadia, in West Bengal. The college, established in 1995, has been ranked as one of the best engineering college in West Bengal.. Kalyani government engineering college is under the west Bengal University of Technology. It offers B.Tech, M.Tech, and MCA degree programmes. KGEC is a NBA (National Board of Accreditation) accredited college..
Admission Procedure in Kalyani Government Engineering College
The admission in this college is based on the rank of the entrance exams conducted by West Bengal Board of Joint Entrance Exam & 10% seats are reserved for Diploma holders (lateral entry to 2nd year)
Infrastructure of Kalyani Government Engineering College
The college has a sprawling lush green campus at Kalyani. It is well equipped with state-of-art library, modern fully furnished laboratories, workshops and computational facilities. The students are all talented. Kalyani government engineering college has five hostels which employ wireless technology for high speed internet. All the parts of the college are well connected by LAN. The college also houses an Astronomical Observatory
Placements in Kalyani Government Engineering College
In august 2006, the biggest software company of India, TCS, signed a pact with Kalyani government engineering college for the development of the students, faculty and staff. World’s top MNCs, like Intel, ST Microelectronics, Cadence Design Systems, Qualcomm, Texas Instruments, Motorola, recruit students from this college. Many Indian companies and public sector units like IBM, TCS, Infosys, Wipro, Tech Mahindra, HCL, CTS, ONGC, BHEL, DAE, Reliance, HP, DSP, BSNL, IOC, DRDO, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, also employ the students. Many students of the college pursue higher education in prestigious institutions like IITs, IIMs, ISI, and many foreign universities.
Contact Details of Kalyani Government Engineering College
Kalyani University Campus, Kalyani, Nadia West Bengal 741 235 Website: www.kgec.net
with regards Shivananda Sarkar