Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University College of Engineering

0, Andhra Pradesh Affiliated with JNTU Kakinada
Avg. Tuition Fees
75,000 yearly
Last Date to Apply
30 Jun' 2018
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  You are aware that the College of Engineering, Kakinada,was established in 1946 as a government institute.  The college has become a constituent unit of the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University in 1972 by an act of legislation of the Andhra Pradesh State Assembly.  The college has successfully celebrated its Silver Jubilee in 1971 and Golden Jubilee during 1995-96.  It has also conducted successfully the Millennium Meet in 1999.  Another landmark is in the offing, i.e., the Diamond Jubilee.   It is proposed to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee in a fitting manner.  The College has made rapid strides in recent years not only in augmenting its infrastructure facilities but in the areas of placement and curriculum development as well.  No wonder, it occupies a place of pride among the technological institutes in the sate, nay, the whole country.  The distinguished alumni who left the portals of this institute to occupy exalted positions exalted positions in public and private sector organizations in India and abroad are our ambassadors of goodwill.  Almost all the laboratories have been modernized and obsolete equipment have been replaced under the MODROBS scheme of the All India Council For Technical Education (AICTE).   The college has been admitted to the World Bank Aid through a programme called Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme (TEQIP) under which Rs.12 crores' aid will be provided. An amount of Rs. 2 crores has been already spent and Rs. 10 crores will have to spent during the next two years for the purchase of equipment, references books and text-books and for augmenting the basic infra-structure facilities of the different department in the college.  The university has been accredited by the National Board of Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) of UGC with 'A' Grade.  The college has also applied for the accreditation of its various programmes by the National Board of Accreditation (NBA) of AICTE.  Not withstanding all these, a lot more needs to be done for taking the college to the level of IITs and NITs in the country which are profusely funded by the Central Government. An interesting feature observed in recent years is that some of the highly prosperous alumni of most of these institutes are contributing handsomely for their development.  It is in this regard that we should like to seek your co-operation.  The College does not have a good auditorium.  The Old Cinema Hall built more than 40 years ago has outlived its purpose and does not serve the needs of the college any longer.  There is an urgent need to build a big auditorium besides an A/C conference hall to accommodate about 500 delegates with built-in  P.A. system, audio-visual aids et al.  The university is prepared to meet a part of the expenditure for the construction of the above facilities provided a part is mobilized through contributions from the alumni.  it would be a significant contribution if at least the conference hall is built with funds raised for the Diamond Jubilee from the alumni of the college.  We seek the co-operation and generosity of the alumni in this regard.  The hall will forever remain a symbol of gratitude of the alumni to their alma mater.


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