Government College of Engineering and Technology (GCET), Jammu was established in the year 1994 under All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) norms. It is affiliated to University of Jammu. The college has 9 academic departments: Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Humanities, Applied Physics, Applied Chemistry, Applied Mathematics. GCET Jammu offers B.E. programmes.
GCET Jammu is located at Chak Bhalwal, Jammu City, Jammu and Kashmir. Jammu Airport is the closest airport to the college, located about 27.2 km away. Closest railway station to the college is Jammu Tawi Railway Station, located about 25 km away while the closest bus station to the college is Jammu Bus Station, located about 20.4 km away.
GCET Jammu has collaborated/signed MOUs with the following institutions:
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It matters what branch you are opting for because if you want civil it
will end up under 110 rank,but if you just want to end up taking
admission in gcet without any interest of branches alloted then be under
1000 rank if in general or above 1000 if you have any category and in
my estimation 600 rank was of a candidate having 45 marks in total in
jkcet. I think it will help youI don't know about the cutoff but in the first round of counseling, mostly people had less than 400 Rank.Civil was having the lowest cutoff.The last intake in first round wae probably Rank 103 or something.Thank you :)With your rank you might get those branches after upgradation.
Hii aspirant ,
Coming to your question I would like to tell you that to get the civil engineering branch in the government college of engineering and technology Jammu ,it will end up under the 110 rank according to the last year stats and I hope that this year also the trends remains the same.
Hope this helps you,
Now it can't be possible to change the college because both the college doesn't have any student transfer programme so with help of that you can get transferred.
Hope you understand that it is not possible.
Hope it helps.
For further queries feel free to comment.
GCET in jammu is good college for pursuing the engineering degree in the various fields. The admissions in the GCET jammu will be based on the entrance exam by the state government. For the admission in GCET jammu candidate must have passed the class 12 with minumum 50% marks. The curses offered by the GCET are civil engineering, mechanical engg., electrical engg., electronics and communication engg and computer engg. Also refer the link below to know more about the GCET exam and the admissions.
Hope you are doing well!
Now let's go through your question.
Yes, you will get transport facility.
As you will be knowing that Government College of Engineering and Technology - [GCET] is amongst the top ten colleges for engineering education in Jammu. It has affiliations with AICTE Delhi and Jammu University.
Here are the facilities available:
Basically, the facilities provided by this college are Library with reference books, textbooks, journals and case studies, Transport Facilities, Labs and classrooms with all the modern facilities for students.
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