Government Engineering College (GECBH), Bharatpur was established in 2007. It is an autonomous institute of Government of Rajasthan and is the first government engineering college in the Bharatpur division. The college is affiliated to the Rajasthan Technical University and is approved by the All India Council for Technical Education, New Delhi. The vision of the college is to make students technologically superior and ethically strong and build them as professionals who will become the trendsetters in the industry.
Campus of Government Engineering College -
At the serene outskirts of the city Bharatpur, GECBH is located at Agra-Jaipur National Highway No.-11. The campus is spread over an area of 40 acres and offers students a peaceful atmosphere.
Facilities at Government Engineering College -
Departments at Government Engineering College -
Department of Civil Engineering
Department of Computer Science & Engineering
Department of Electrical Engineering
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering
Department of Information Technology
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Department of Applied Science and Humanities
Career Services at Government Engineering College -
Training and placement cell is an integral part of the institute. The institute has provided complete infrastructure for effective functioning of the cell. Training activities are organized throughout the year with an effort towards preparing the prospective students for the campus selection programs. The cell keeps on inviting various industries and reputed firms for campus recruitment. The cell is sensitized to function all through the year towards generating placement and training opportunities for the students.
Courses offered by Government Engineering College, Bharatpur
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