GUJCET Admit Card 2023 Released!
GUJCET 2023 registration begins; How to apply
Government Engineering College, Bhavnagar offers 7 courses at the undergraduate level. The GEC Bhavnagar UG courses include B.Tech Mechanical Engineering, B.Tech Electronics and Communication Engineering, B.Tech Computer Engineering, B.Tech Civil Engineering, B.Tech Information Technology, B.Tech Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering and B.Tech Information and Communication Technology. All the Government Engineering College courses are offered in full-time mode only. GEC Bhavnagar courses are approved by AICTE. The GEC Bhavnagar B.Tech eligibility criteria is that the candidates must have 10+2 in Physics, Chemistry as compulsory subjects along with one of the Chemistry/ Biotechnology/ Biology/ or its equivalent subjects with at least 45% marks.
The details of the Government Engineering College courses and eligibility criteria are given below in the tabular form.
Note: Interested candidates must satisfy the GEC Bhavnagar eligibility criteria and qualify for GUJCET.
You have an extremely good possibility of being accepted into an IIT or NIT if you meet the PwD quota. Compared to other students, you need to achieve far lower marks. For instance, while the general cut-off is approximately 120, the general PwD cut-off is about 20.
I advise you to put your quota aside while preparing and concentrate on your studies. If you successfully completed the Jee Mains and progressed, you will get admitted to a very excellent IIT in your preferred branch.
For your query,
Yes, you can get a good government engineering college.
Good Luck !!
Here is a list of colleges:
1. Malaviya National Institute of Technology (MNIT), Jaipur.
2. Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute (VJTI), Mumbai.
3. Andhra University College of Engineering (AUCE), Visakhapatnam.
4. College of Engineering (COEP), Pune.
Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda (MSU), Baroda.
Hope this will help you.
It is very difficult to get into a government college at this rank. However, you have the option of going to a private college. You can look for some private colleges like LPU, CU, KIIT, MIT, CMRIT, etc. You can also get admission through the management quota. You can contact the college directly or you can go through counsellors. Management quota is accepted by almost all private engineering colleges.
Top Colleges Accepting Management Quota:
However, in my opinion, you should take a drop and prepare for next year. Stay consistent and work hard for one year and get into your dream colleges. That will be the best option for you.
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