Government Engineering College

The Government Engineering College or the Jabalpur Engineering College (JEC) is one of the premier academic institutes that dots the landscape of the Madhya Pradesh city. The engineering college first opened doors in the year 1947 and went on to establish itself as one of the forerunners of academics in Jabalpur. The Jabalpur Engineering College was affiliated to the Rajiv Gandhi Technical University, Bhopal. However, in the year 1998, the Government of Madhya Pradesh granted the university the distinguished autonomous status.

One of the leading Jabalpur colleges that earmarks the high level of education in Jabalpur, the Government Engineering colleges offers bachelors degrees in the disciplines of Electronics and Telecom Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Information Technology and Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Production and Engineering, Civil Engineering as well as Mechanical Engineering. The erudite research oriented students can opt for post graduate courses in the disciplines of Masters in Computer Applications (MCA), Electronics and Telecom Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics and Applied Chemistry.

The Government Engineering College Jabalpur boasts of a highly qualified faculty strength. The faculty follow a novel way of offering pedagogical instructions through seminars, group discussions, practical work, laboratory experiments and field visits. The syllabus meets the industrial standards and the institute believes in building the student's base. Consequently, students are offered special courses that extends goes beyond the boundary of the prescribed syllabus. A highly adept placement cell. State of the art laboratory infrastructure and a well equipped laboratory are the other highlights of the Government Engineering College.

For further information, contact the following:

Jabalpur Engineering College (Government Engineering College)
Gokulpur, Ranjhi, Jabalpur - 482011
Madhya Pradesh
Phone: 0761-2431879

Last Updated on 30th Nov 2012



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