College management is very poor. One have to suffer a lot to get their work done if they have no reliable source in management. Many of the rules of college are old and they must be changed.
Many goods have been mentioned earlier. The only thing that college lacks is that it's campus location being not-so-urban. However, coaching centres for CAT/GATE have started developing by now.
College time table table should be loosen up and details about holidays and examination should be updated in time on college website.
Overall the college is a good learning ground for students with good personality building and career building opportunities available. But few issues need to be sorted out like the use of newer technology ,improving hostel facility and faculty improvement
There's a lot of paper work involved in every thing. From taking admission, event organizing to No Dues at the time of passing out. But it is there in every Govt Institute. Getting leaves for girls will be a bit difficult. But, this place is much safer fo
The College of Technology was established in 1962 under the Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture & Technology. The College is the lead institute in Uttarakhand in the World Bank project for Technical Education Quality Improvement Program (TEQIP) and is also the Regional Academy Centre of CISCO (including CISCO networking lab). It is approved by AICTE.
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Tata Motors Ltd.
Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd
John Deere India Ltd
Maruti Suzuki India Ltd.
L & T (ECC)
Escorts Pvt. Ltd.
Aakash Institute, New Delhi
MothersonSuni Infotech & Designs Ltd.
Century Pulp & Paper Industries
Hindustan Unilever Ltd.
Ruchi Soya Industries Ltd
University Merit Scholarship
Rs. 800/- per month
Awarded to the best three students in each degree programme in each batch
Rs. 600/- per month
Awarded to 6% students of the total number of students admitted to each programme on the basis of merit at the end of I Semester subject to income restrictions
Rs.800/- per month
Awarded to the best five all round sportsmen and sports women
Free ship in Tuition fee
Awarded to 25% undergraduate students on rolls of the University on the basis of merit-cum-means