Gwalior Engineering College

Gwalior Engineering College was founded by the Mahatma Dhule Education Society to spread technical knowledge for raising the standard of living of the common masses. Also referred to as GEC, the Gwalior Engineering College is recognized by the All India Council of Technical Education.

Accredited by Rajiv Gandhi Technical University, the Gwalior Engineering College is equipped with all the necessary infrastructural amenities for imparting world class education to the meritorious students. The reputed educational institution of the Gwalior Engineering College supports an excellent library that has twelve thousand and five seventy six books and one hundred and forty eight journals. The students can avail the library facility to enhance their knowledge level. The huge library is attached to a reading room where the students can refer to books and journals.

The Gwalior Engineering College imparts computer aided technological knowledge. The highly qualified and experienced professors of the well known educational institution of Gwalior impart knowledge through the use of audio- visual technical aids. The Gwalior Engineering College has well equipped laboratories that enable the students to carry out experiments in the various fields of technical education.

An integral part of Gwalior education, the reputed engineering college aims at a balanced development of personality of the meritorious students. The educational institution organizes numerous seminars and debates for academic enhancement of the students and the teachers as well.

The institution helps in the development of a balanced personality of the students by encouraging them to participate in the various co- curricular activities of Gwalior Engineering College. Apart from academics, the educational institution arranges various sporting events for healthy development of mind and body.

Last Updated on 16th Oct 2012



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