Sarvajanik College of Engineering & Technology



Surat is a bustling industrial city situated in the heart of Gujarat. The city is a center of academic excellence and the vanguard of technological advancement in the nation. There are several engineering colleges in Surat that offer limited seats to the meritorious students of the country who have an aptitude for practical science.

The engineering colleges in Surat rank with some of the best in the country. The colleges firstly brush up the student's fundamentals in science before delving into the complex depths of the world of engineering science. The institutes offer bachelor as well as masters degree in the disciplines of electronics and communication engineering (ECE), computer science and engineering (CSE) and of course today's watchword, Information Technology (IT). Besides the core departments of mechanical, civil, electrical and chemical engineering are also not ignored.

One of the forerunners of the Engineering Colleges in Surat is the Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology, Surat . The institute, , formerly known as the Regional Engineering College has been conferred the elite status of a National Institute of Technology. The college offers bachelors and masters degrees in the branches of chemical, civil, mechanical, electrical, production, electronics engineering as well as applied mechanics and applied science and humanities.

Apart from the core engineering colleges, Surat is also endowed with an excellent architecture college, the Sarvajanik Education Soc.'s College of Architecture, Surat that offers excellent training in the field of design and planning.

For further information on the engineering colleges of Surat, contact:
  • C.K. Pithwala College of Engg. & Technology Surat
  • Sarvajanik Education Soc.'s College o Architecture, Surat
  • Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology Surat
  • Sarvajanik College of Engg. & Tech.,Surat




Last Updated on : 3/06/2013

 
     


     

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