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AJCE

Amal Jyothi College of Engineering - Kanjirappally ( Kerala )

Facilities
Size
60 Acres
Accredited By
NAAC , AICTE
Established Date
2001
Private
Type
972
Total Students
Rs. 65000 ( Annually)
Fees Range
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Amal Jyothi College of Engineering - AJCE

Amal Jyothi College of Engineering has established itself as a benchmark of excellence in technical higher education and research. Founded in 2001 by the Catholic Diocese of Kanjirappally, Amal Jyothi is approved by the AICTE and affiliated to Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, & Kerala Technological University, Trivandrum (B Tech & M Tech 2015 onward). It is the first new generation engineering college in Kerala with the prestigious NBA accredited departments.Amal Jyothi College of Engineering, Kanjirapally, is the first new generation engineering college in Kerala to secure the prestigious NBA accreditation for prime departments. The main features of the college comprise world-class infrastructure, top-flight faculty, high pass percentage, excellent placement record and unique student projects. Amal Jyothi is a mega complex of nearly 13.5 lakh sq.ft. built-up area overlooking the busy Kanjirapally-Erumeli stretch of the Kottayam-Sabarimala state highway. The two campus hostels, taken care of by dedicated Catholic priests and nuns, have a capacity of 2200 inmates. The campus has 60 Mbps internet connectivity with WiFi. Amal Jyothi is the only engineering college in the state to have a Catholic priest as Principal who secured first rank in both B.Tech (Calicut University) and M.Tech (IIT Kharagpur)

Overview Courses

List of entrance exams KEAM - BE/B.Tech, Kerala CEE - B.Tech
Percentage students passed first class 35%
Percentage students passed with distinction 11%
Total faculty 216
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Overview Campus

Area 60 Acres
Built up area 108536 Acres
Classrooms 46
Sport Grounds 4
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Overview Placement

  • Department of Placement and Training caters for enhancing not only the employability skills of the passing out Amalites but also the overall development of their personality.
  • The dept. organizes on campus and off campus recruitments and pre-placement training programmes through Aptitude tests, Group Discussions, Interviews and presentation skills in collaboration with the Dept. of Humanities and core departments.
  • Mock interviews and GDs are conducted on a regular basis so as to equip final and pre-final year students to face the challenges of the recruitment scenario. Close on the heels of placement drives, the Placement Assistance Cell makes an evaluation of the performance of our students.
  • This objective appraisal enables us to identify strengths and weaknesses of the candidates and select the strategies for improvement. Besides, we extend intensive supportive measures to the rejected candidates.

Number of visiting companies 8
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Last Update 24 Jan, 2017
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