C K Pithawala College of Engineering and Technology, Dumas Road, Surat

The C K Pithawala College of Engineering and Technology, Dumas Road, Surat is popularly known as CKPCET. It is one of the engineering Colleges in Surat operating under the Veer Narmad South Gujarat University. The college has brought forth engineering, Masters of Business Administration (MBA) and pharmacy under one single umbrella. Located on the banks of the serene Tapti river by the Gavier village, the college started its operation from December, 1998. It is a self - financed institute managed under the Navyug Vidyabhavan Trust.

In the field of engineering, the C K Pithawala College of Engineering and Technology in Surat offer courses in the branches of Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering and Computer Engineering. These courses are of a duration of 4 years. It operates under the semester system and thus an engineering course consists of 8 semesters.

The C K Pithawala College of Engineering and Technology of Surat offers a total of 360 seats of which 60 seats each are offered in Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Civil Engineering and 90 seats each in Electronics & Communication Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering.

The C K Pithawala College of Engineering and Technology, Dumas Road, Surat provides efficient placement services and the students get absorbed in some of the best companies of India and abroad. For this the institute emphasizes on overall personality development along to the academic studies for better placement.

Last Updated on : 3/06/2013



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