Government Engineering College, Ajmer

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Government Engineering College Ajmer Government Engineering College, Ajmer (logo).jpg
Type Education
Established 1997
Academic staff
75
Administrative staff
60
Undergraduates 2000
Postgraduates 200
Address Badliya Chouraha N.H.8, Ajmer, Ajmer, Rajasthan, India
Campus Urban
Website http://www.ecajmer.ac.in

Government Engineering College, Ajmer, generally referred to as ECA, is a public state technical college located in Ajmer, Rajasthan, India. It was established in 1997.

Campus[edit]

The Government Engineering College, Ajmer is located at Badaliya Chouraha, near N.H.8, Ajmer. The campus is built on almost 300 acres of land and is surrounded by many hills. The Jain temple, the Nareli temple, stands nearby. A six lane road connecting Jaipur and Jodhpur passes just opposite to the college. The campus has, in all, two main buildings, known commonly among students as Old Building and New Building. These are the buildings where most of the classes are held. Also these buildings constitute the Central Lab, Chemistry Lab, and the Physics Lab among various other laboratories. Just in front of the Old Building is a garden and a Volleyball court. A few meters away is the sports room, which has a variety of indoor sports the students can play. Behind the new building is the Mechanical Complex. This is a collection of some rooms and labs focusing mainly on the Mechanical branch. Opposite to this, is the college library, which holds a collection of books. Also, there is a Civil Department complex and a hostel, currently in development. GEC Ajmer has a Wi-Fi campus, and has students and teachers working together to make it an full anti- ragging campus.

Department[edit]

ECA has ten departments, each led by a Head of Department. Each department offers a program at undergraduate and postgraduate level. The academic departments of ECA are:

  • Computer Engineering
  • Information Technology
  • Electronics and Communication Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electronics Instrumentation And Control Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Master Of Computer Applications
  • Master Of Business Administration
  • Department of Humanities and Social Science

Facilities[edit]

  • Laboratories
  • Research facilities
  • Computer center
  • Sports complex
  • SAEINDIA Collegiate Club

Library[edit]

The library of ECA has international and national journals on science, engineering, management, humanities, and literature. The total number of books and journals exceeds 100,000. The library has a collection of academic text-books, peer-reviewed papers, and research material.

SAEINDIA Collegiate Club[edit]

SAEINDIA Club of Government Engineering College Ajmer (GECA), was founded on 10th October 2015 with lots of efforts of Sh. Vinod Kumar Verma, Assistant Prof. Mechanical Engg. (founder of the club) with 84 student members. Aim of the club is to focus on those students who are interested to make their career in automobile sector, railway, aeronautics etc. or even for those who are always eager to know & to learn about car, bikes etc.

SAE INDIA GECA Collegiate Club is working to create lasting change in the standards of learning in automobile field. Club is also focusing on student’s competitions like Baja, Supra, Epicycle etc. on National & International levels. Apart from this, Club is also involved in various social activities like free public car & bike checkup camps, plantations, blood donation etc.. to serve social responsibilities.

All of us are inclined towards the help this generation of students but not everyone takes that one step to go forward and help them. Here SAE INDIA GECA Club plays the most significant role in enabling the students to channelize and unite to help themselves and other student. But let us not stop with just joining the club; let us spread this good news and work of club with others to encourage students to perform best in their lives.

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Coordinates: 26°26′53″N 74°41′59″E / 26.4479385°N 74.6997571°E / 26.4479385; 74.6997571