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- Batch of Jan. 1, 2014
- B.Tech Mechanical Engineering
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Questions related to Younus College of Engineering and Technology, Kollam
I want to change my college from ycet jammu to gcet jammu
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.
Is ycet jammu is good for mechanical engineering.
I believe it's an average college,it got 3.1 out of 5 rating.Fee is affordable seats are around 120.
Chandigarh group of colleges is better or ycet Jammu
CGC is a very good place with a positive environment and is best known for its placement. CGC is the best college in north India. CGC has 2 colleges i.e 1 in landran and other in jhanjheri. In landran campus, there are 2 sub colleges i.e. CEC (CHANDIGARH ENGINEERING COLLEGE) and COE (COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING) and have many different branches like HOTEL MANAGEMENT, CHANDIGARH BUSINESS SCHOOL, PHARMACY etc.
so I recommend you to join CGC over YCET.
Ycet cllge in Jammu is good for civil
Yogananda College of Engineering and Technology, Jammu is a good choice for Civil Engineering in the state of J&K.
- The faculties are great.
- The campus is a little smaller.
- Facilities are sufficient.
- Industrial visits are often organised.
All the best!
Fees in the ycet collage Jammu
Dear Nitten, actually it depends on your branch. still for an idea go through this link :
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