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Raj Kumar Goel Institute of Technology (RKGIT), Ghaziabad - Campus & Infrastructure

Ghaziabad (Uttar Pradesh)   Estd : 2000 Approved by : AICTE Type : Private

Infrastructure

The Institute campus is well developed having latest facilities & modern amenities, the academic department as well as providing residential facilities to the students. The academic block is well equipped with fully furnished lecture halls/tutorial rooms/computer labs, library, seminar/conference halls etc. to facilitate conduct of courses in a befitting manner. The campus has student support facilities like hostels, canteen, stationery shop, 24 Hrs. ambulance facility, medical support , transport & student activity centre. RKGITM has made various additions in its infrastructure since its inception and strives for excellence in all fields. The Institute inspires students to develop healthy body & mind essential for personality development. RKGITM has dedicated sports complex for the students. Both Indoor & Outdoor sports activities are conducted at regular intervals for the students to maintain their physical fitness.

  • Hostel Facility True
  • Scholarship Available True
  • Total Course 9

Facilities

Hostels

Raj Kumar Goel Institute of Technology RKGIT Ghaziabad, with facilities including wifi, Bed, Electrical Appliances, Table, Chair, Tv room

Students Activities & Clubs

Rotary Club

"The finest gesture one can make is to save life by donating Blood”
Transfusion of blood every year saves millions of life all over the world, there are millions of Blood Donors all over the world but still there is dearth of adequate number of blood suppliers which leads to loss of many lives. Keeping this challenge in mind, celebrating the World Heart Day, a Blood Donation Camp was organized at RKGIT Campus on 29 September 15. It was a social initiative taken by RKGIT-MBA in association with Ghaziabad Management Association and Rotary Club. More than 400 people including students and Faculty Members donated blood.