GMR Institute of Technology - GMRIT
GMR Institute of Technology (GMRIT). Established in the year 1997 by GMR Varalakshmi Foundation – the corporate social responsibility arm of GMR Group – GMRIT offers aspiring engineers high-quality technical education. Located in Rajam, Srikakulam district of Andhra Pradesh, GMRIT provides its learning community state-of-the-art facilities, infrastructure, and a competent faculty. The Institute encourages collaborative learning between industry and academia as a means of reinforcing its curriculum with practical and real world experiences. It is this emphasis on a well-rounded education that makes GMRIT a preferred institute among engineering colleges in India. The vision of the college is " To be among the most preferred institutions for engineering and technological education in the country, An institution that will bring out the best from its students, faculty and staff – to learn, to achieve, to compete and to grow – among the very best. An institution where ethics, excellence and excitement will be the work religion, while research, innovation and impact, the work culture. The mission of the college is ' To turn out disciplined and competent engineers with sound work and life ethics. To implement outcome-based education in an IT-enabled environment. To encourage all-round rigor and instill a spirit of inquiry and critical thinking among students, faculty and staff. To develop teaching, research and consulting environment in collaboration with industry and other institutions.'
GMRIT’s Training, Placement and Development Cell plays a critical role in networking graduating students with the industry. It prepares the students for the process of recruitment and simultaneously create awareness among companies about the recruitment opportunities at GMRIT. Potential recruiters are given structural support for scheduling interviews, hosting seminars, group discussions and written tests.
|Number of visiting companies||22|
|Average Salary||3.5 lacs|
|Min Salary||2.0 lacs|
|Max Salary||4.0 lacs|