Fees for B.Tech. programme in GL Bajaj Institute of Engineering And Technology is approximately 1.5 lakh for the first year for Greater Noida Campus. From the second year, it will cost you approximately 1.20 lakh.Hostel fees will be approx 80,000 rupees.
I am assuming you belong to the General Category.
Therefore, I can provide you the UPSEE 2018 cutoff ranks of GL Bajaj Institute of Technology and Management, Greater Noida for General category candidates.
These cutoffs were for the CSE branch.
Round 1 cutoff-
Opening Rank- 10,708 and Closing Rank- 16,490
Round 2 cutoff-
Opening Rank- 12,074 and Closing Rank- 19,655
Round 3 cutoff-
Opening Rank- 11,856 and Closing Rank- 19,655
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I hope you are doing good. Now Coming to your Query, Kinshu there is no Girls hostel for GL Bajaj, So you should go for Outside private hostels near GL Bajaj. But the fee for one year outside hostel ranges between 75,000 -1,50,000 including mess. Based on accommodations and facilities your hostel fee will vary so you have to choose as per your financial status.
I hope this helps.
As your query is you want to take admission in B.Tech programme with the course of IT and you are confused in between the college GL Bajaj or Techno India. Based on the comparison of infrastructure, placement, facilities, and faculties and many more. In my opinion GL Bajaj with the choice of IT will be the better way to go with as compared to Techno India. GL Bajaj is more reputed and has great placement option plus they have mode techno environment and they focus on the students to be more innovative and take part in various technical competitions also their environment is supportive as compared to what reviews I have got for Techno India.
So in my opinion GL Bajaj will be the better option.
For, if you have any query regarding this you can let me know in the comments section below.
I hope your query is solved.
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Average Salary - 4.50 Lacs.
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The G. L. Bajaj Institute of Technology and Management (GLBITM) is located in the city of Greater Noida, part of the Gautam Budh Nagar district of Uttar Pradesh (UP) state. Greater Noida, is also a part of the National Capital Region (NCR) surrounding Delhi, and so needless to say, benefits from its prime positioning within a business hub. The GLBITM is affiliated to the Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU), located in the state capital of Lucknow. The AKTU was earlier known as the Uttar Pradesh Technical University (UPTU). This affiliation, ensures the approval of the UGC (University Grants Commission). The technical courses at the G. L. Bajaj Institute of Technology and Management, have meanwhile been ratified by the AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education).
The college has been christened after the Late Shri Ganesh Lal Ji Bajaj. He was a foremost industrialist, philanthropist, educationist and social worker during his time. He founded the Rajiv Memorial Academic Welfare Society, to develop several educational ventures. The late 1990s saw the flurry of the first such institutions being opened up. This college only came up in the year 2005. There are several other ventures run by the group, in the state of UP, mainly in the cities of Mathura and in Greater Noida. The group dabbles in the academic areas of management, engineering, dentistry, medical and in education, plus also running schools and research centres. The combined acreage of all these institutions runs in over three- hundred acres of land.
Courses are offered, here at this college for both the UG as well as PG levels. At the undergrad level, the B. Tech programmes are available for the engineering areas of- Mechanical, Computer Science, Civil, Information Technology, Electrical & Electronics and for Electronics & Communication. At the master’s level, the courses get more technical. So, the M. Tech programme is available for the area of Computer Science & Engineering (CSE). In addition, at this stage, one can also go for the professional courses of an MBA or an MCA. Admissions to the MBA is via the CAT (Common Admission Test) or MAT (Management Aptitude Test) exams, for graduates with minimum fifty percent scores at the UG level.
For the B. Tech ones, students are selected on the basis of scores at the JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) Mains or UPSEE (Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Exam) conducted by the AKTU. The UPSEE scores are also considered for the MCA. The entire academics at the G. L. Bajaj Institute of Technology and Management is run by a cohort of nine departments, each with expertise in its own area. Six of these departments are for the areas in which the B. Tech degree is awarded in. Two more are for the MBA and MCA each. The last one is the Department of Applied Science and Humanities. This one takes care of the fundamental sciences of physics, chemistry and mathematics, plus the language courses.
The Greater Noida- based G. L. Bajaj Institute of Technology and Management has also been extremely proactive in singing up collaborative deals with industry bodies. This helps in students’ training, their placement, and to help make the curriculum more industry- oriented. The GLBITM is a signatory to the SAP University Alliance. A Competence Centre (CC) of the German tech giant is located on campus itself. The TCS, Tech Mahindra and Primo Tech are the other corporates with which industry- academia tie- ups exist. To further this industry- academia linkage, students are frequently taken on plant or industry visits. Industry experts are also periodically invited on campus, to speak to the students about their real- world business challenges.
Research forms a crucial component here, at the GLBITM. For this, several Excellence Centres have been forged on campus. These have been on the areas of Design Innovation, Technology Incubation & Development, Advanced Robotics and in Big Data Analytics. American tech giant Cisco, has meanwhile set up a networking academy here. Another area of much importance to the institute is entrepreneurship. This is why the Innovation & Incubation Centre (IIC) has been an active forum here. It helps develop the budding entrepreneurs among the students for the institute. Experienced trainers and entrepreneurs are invited to campus to deliver guest lectures and interact with those who have such business models.
The GLBITM has also taken up memberships of several professional bodies such as the ISTE (Indian Society for Technical Education), ACM (Association for Computing Machinery), SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) India and the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers). All this has helped the G. L. Bajaj Institute of Technology and Management do extremely well, during the placements’ season. Some of the key recruiters over the recent seasons have been the likes of- HCL, TCS, Paytm, Capgemini, Tech Mahindra, Wipro, NIIT, Safe Express, SAP, NEC, MAQ Software, Vinsiol, Orange Business Services, IBM, Genpact, Info gain, Super tech, Aricent, Rane and Dell amongst others.
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