Amity School of Engineering and Technology, Bijwasan

B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering Amity School of Engineering and Technology, Bijwasan

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Course Details

  • Mode: Full time
  • Duration: 4 Years
  • Offered by: Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi

This is 4-year B.Tech programme, affiliated to GGS Indraprastha University, Delhi.Approved by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi. The method of teaching in the School includes lecture, discussions, practical tutorials, course assignment, on the job training and project assignments. By the time student completes the 4-year programme, he/she will be fully equipped with the required theoretical knowledge and practical experience in the technical field with the area of specialization. The duration of the course shall be four academic years. Students should secure not less than 75% of attendance in class and related coursework assignments in each course. Each academic year is divided into two semesters having an average of 100-110 working days.

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Admission Process

Admission is based on JEE Man Entrance exam.

Eligibility Criteria

Candidates must pass intermediate examination or equivalent (10+2) from any recognized Board/University with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics.

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Life at Amity University Delhi

Posted on 13 Feb' 17 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2019 | B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering
1. Amazing Campus Life: you will feel like you live out of a Karan Johar film. With thousands of students on campus, this place is forever brimming with life - for instance, it is pretty commonplace to see people play Frisbee in the canteen area at nights, and you would get to see at least twenty or thirty celebrities before you graduate. Every celebrity loves our campus. Trust me. You can see it on their social media profiles. Our university is everywhere. You don’t see that everywhere, haha! 2. Facilities: You have an unparalleled on-campus book store, that has every possible book or stationery item you would ever want or need. The Departmental Store is straight out of a classic novel. The number of xerox and print shops, the diversity of departments, the available student clubs to join, et al - everything is abundant. 3. Food: You have unlimited options to choose from. From Subway, Dominos and multiple canteen areas in every single block, to momos, chinese, mexican, rolls, desserts, chaats and what-not. Trust me, this is an area you’d never crib about here! 4. Opportunities: Your chance to explore and divert into different verticals is much larger here. The number of courses offered is higher in Noida. As a result, you get to interact with a larger variety of people, and thus, your chance of grooming yourself is higher. 5. Placements: Again, a very debatable topic. Half the people at Amity are not capable of earning a job, which is why they blame the college. Cowards they are! :) For a non-IITian institute, the campus offers decent placements. Companies offer anything between 2 - 11 l.p.a. That is decent. If you are smart, you get a good package; otherwise, it’s your funeral. The CRC gives you about 8 months to appear in different companies (provided you have a six pointer and above, you are eligible to appear). I repeat, it is not necessary that the college offers opportunities for every branch. CS/IT and other engineering branches have it easier. But I can guarantee that the University gives you all the resources and qualities to develop yourself and earn yourself a job, even if it is off-campus. Engineers from CS/IT, ECE/EEE, Biotechnology have decent opportunities on campus also, though. 6. Extra Curriculars: Needless to mention. YOU HAVE IT ALL, AND YOU HAVE THE BEST! 7. Crowd: Find the right ones, and you shall love everything. Although I will not deny that not everyone here is classy enough.
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Hard stair to climb for success

Posted on 11 Feb' 17 by Kshitiz Kumar
Batch of 2019 | B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering
The infrastructure is bad I hated this place in starting but faculty are good though the environment around the college is nt good bt the main part the college is placement and our has the highest placement rate among all the ip college and that is all matter so being honest the college life is not enjoyable is tough bt still there lots of things to do we have lots of seminar going on technical to entertainment so inside the there is whole other world student are happy after all this odds there is no lack of enthusiasm in student
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Good place to study

Posted on 08 Feb' 17 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2018 | B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering
Not much idea I have about placements because not yet I have been aquainted with it. But about its campus life it's fantastic. But it can be counted as a demerit because sometimes it even causes distraction in academic life. The faculty are good as well and experienced. The college offers you a vast field for gaining experience.
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Good experience

Posted on 03 Feb' 17 by Shubaham Purri
Batch of 2018 | B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering
The infrastructure is very good. Every thing is maintained properly. The exposure is also pretty good. College placements are average though. Crowd here is amazing. Hostels are also very good compared to other colleges. Faculty is very supportie and understanding.
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Only good thing about this college is its placement

Posted on 22 Jan' 17 by Rustom Pavli
Batch of 2017 | B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering
Placements : Placements for B.Tech was pretty good. As far as internships are concerned, they are very hard to find in here and very few students get from college. We do have an internship cell, though. Infrastructure : The infrastructure of the college is very poor. Also there is no hostel and thus students from distant locations have to stay in some ill-maintained PGs. Faculty : Faculty is the best that you can get as most of the faculty in the top IITs are graduates from our college (Alumni). They are highly qualified and they seem to know their thing. Teaching methods are still prehistoric as they are not teachers but professors so you will have to cope up with that. Student-faculty ratio is low.
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