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Amity School of Engineering and Technology, New Delhi, Delhi


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Amity School of Engineering and Technology, New Delhi, Delhi
Address: Plot / Street / Area
580, Bijwasan, Palam Vihar Road, (Near IGI Airport)
Bijwasan
New Delhi (District New Delhi)
Delhi, India
Pin Code : 110061


Amity School of Engineering and Technology, New Delhi Delhi is a recognised institute / college.
Principal of Amity School of Engineering and Technology, New Delhi Delhi is Dr. Prem Parkash.

Amity School of Engineering and Technology is situated in New Delhi of Delhi state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. New Delhi comes under New Delhi Tehsil, New Delhi District.

Fax # of Amity School of Engineering and Technology, New Delhi Delhi is +91-11-5065105.

email ID(s) is Amity School of Engineering and Technology New Delhi Delhi

Website of Amity School of Engineering and Technology, New Delhi Delhi is http://www.amity.edu.


Contact Details of Amity School of Engineering and Technology, New Delhi Delhi are : Telephone: +91-11-5065106, 4903131, 28062106, 28061487, 28061821-Direct, 28061821


Courses

Amity School of Engineering and Technology, New Delhi Delhi runs course(s) in Engineering stream(s).
MBA
B.TECH(ECE) 4 yrs 60
B.TECH(CSE) 4 yrs 60
B.TECH(IT) 4 yrs 60
B.TECH/(MAE) 4 yrs 60
B.TECH(I&CE) 4 yrs 60

Approval details: Amity School of Engineering and Technology is affiliated with Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University GGSIP, New Delhi (Delhi)

Profile of Amity School of Engineering and Technology

World Class Infrastructure
At Amity we benchmark only against the best institutions around the globe. That is why, we are proud to be the first wireless campus of India, years before most people had even heard of the technology.

While our libraries are equipped with over 1,00,000 books, periodicals, international journals and other research material, our air-conditioned amphitheatre styled classrooms provide the most conducive atmosphere for learning.

Reputed Faculty
In any academic Institution, the quality of faculty is the most important. At Amity, we pride ourselves in having some of the most talented and dedicated thought leaders in the country who come from the best institutions around the world. Not only are they academically and professionally amongst the best, but have high standards of moral and ethical values, so that they can be true role models.

Core Faculty
At Amity, the core faculty comprises distinguished acaemicians from the best institutions and leading professionals from the corporate world with rich industry experience.
The faculty is ably guided by a senior team of eleven former Vice Chancellors and leading Scientists and Scholars. Besides carrying out industry oriented consultancy and applied research, the Faculty also author books and present papers in their field of expertise.

Visiting Faculty
In addition to the permanent faculty, leading professionals from the corporate world interact regularly with the students in the classroom as well as their workplaces.

The students get a different insight into the subject with the rich industry experience the faculty shares with each of them. They encourage the students to look beyond the books and explore the subject with experiential learning.

Ranked Top
Ranked Best in India
Amity institutions are constantly ranked amongst the top. A few cases are:
Amity University has been ranked the no. 1 pvt. University (Source : Education Times)
Amity Business School has been ranked 7th amongst all Business Schools by the corporate world (Source : Business Today)
Amity Institute of Biotechnology has been ranked the no. 1 pvt. Biotech institute 3 years in a row (Source : Biospectrum Magazine)
Amity Institute of Telecom has been ranked among the top (Source : Outlook Magazine)
Amity School of Engineering has been ranked no.1 pvt. Engineering Institute for placements (Source : Dataquest) Amity Law School has been ranked amongst the top ten law schools in India
(Source: India Today)

100% Placements
Over the years 30,000 Amity students have got on-campus placements in MNCs and top organisations. Infact, over 4000 students have already got on-campus placements this year. In fact, a record 1309 students were placed in a single day by Accenture, a Fortune 500 Company.

Leading companies across various disciplines come for campus placements at Amity. In technical courses, nearly all students are placed even one year before the completion of the course.

This achievement has been the result of the a 60-member team of dedicated members of the Amity Corporate Resource Centre that constantly interacts with the corporate world and helps prepare students for their careers.

Besides, the industry specific Career Advisory Boards consisting of leading members of the Corporate World give you guidance on creating a clear career plan, a list of appropriate employers, setting realistic career goals and a planned time table on professional development for your future.

Brilliant Students
Only the best of the students get admission in Amity. For example, Very limited students are handpicked out of over 1,50,000 applicants. Final interview panel includes senior corporate leaders.

Amity has over 80,000 students across 240 programs like law, journalism, telecom, biotechnology, etc. giving you a chance to forge lifelong friendships across virtually all professions. An opportunity, which very few business schools can offer.

Amitians have come out with flying colours, winning competitions in theatre, debates, sports and many other intra and inter-institute feastivals and events.

CNN YOUNG JOURNALIST AWARD
Rahul Aggarwal, an alumnus of Journalism, was adjudged the winner of the CNN Young Journalist Award for his story Dead Man Walking.

INTERNATIONAL MOOT COURT COMPETITION
Himanshu Dodeja and Ashish Mohan, law students, were selected in the national rounds for participating in the Stetson International Environmental Moot Court Competition and Philip C. Jessup Moot Court Competition in the USA.

CNBC TV 18 COMPETITION
Management students, Saurabh Chauhan, Akshay Bhagotra, Nipun Jain and Payal Garg, beat Bennett and Coleman and Wipro in the The Challenge a Quiz Competition among institutions and corporates in a televised show on CNBC.

Sonia Tandon and Udya Goyal emerged as runners upin Trial by Fire, a strategy competition among Indias top B - Schools, defeating IIM-Lucknow, IIM-Indore and XLRI.

Amity Students got selected for Top US Universities like

Harvard, Stanford, Wharton, Columbia, Cornell, Carnegie Mellon, New York University, Boston University, Northwestern, University of California, …..and many more

Personalized Attention
The unique Mentor-Mentee Concept at Amity ensures a constant interaction between the faculty and the students. A faculty member is assigned to a group of 5-6 students to counsel them on their academic and personal concerns. Their experience will help you gain the confidence and skills you need to be a corporate success.

At Amity, you will never feel away from home. If you encounter any problem during your tenure concerns about course work or personal / emotional problems, our USA and NIMHANS trained consellors will be there for you, as your confidantes and true friends.
The Amity counselling services have been set up where expert counsellors provide counselling to help students overcome their professional and personal problems.

Most Hi-tech Campus
We, at Amity, enjoy being hi-tech. That is why, we are proud that Amity became the first wireless campus of India, years before most people had even heard of the technology. As Indias first hi-tech smart campus, Amity has wireless broadband internet connectivity with over 75 kms of fibre optic/ LAN cable backbone structure.

Each student is provided with a smart card for access control/e-wallet etc. Also, all campuses are interconnected through a highly secured Amity Virtual Private Network, where over 4,000 PCs are connected to the internet through broadband connections whilst 37 hi-end servers power the Amity network.

The Humane Face of an Amitian
Amity believes in not just developing achievement oriented skills but also developing humane values in students.

This is reflected in various sports, education and cultural activities that Amitians organise to support AMITASHA, a non-profit NGO run under the aegis of Ritnand Balved Education Foundation, the umbrella body of Amity institutions, dedicated to education and grooming of the underprivileged girl child.

For instance, Amitians organise the Amity Insurance Cricket Cup, an annual cricket tournament among the top insurance companies. The proceeds of this tournament are donated to Amitasha.

Why Amity?
Amity is the leading education group of India with over 80,000 students studying across 1000 acres of hi-tech campus.

At Amity we are passionate about grooming leaders who are not only thorough professionals but also good human beings with values and sanskars. This is just one of the many reasons given below, why we are consistently ranked no.1.

Some others are listed below:

World Class Infrastructure
At Amity we benchmark only against the best institutions around the world. Our faculty and senior team travel all over the globe to learn and imbibe the best practices so that we can give a solid foundation for learning.

As part of this endeavour, we have air-conditioned amphitheatre style classrooms that provide the most conducive atmosphere for dynamic and focused discussions, while the libraries at our campus are equipped with over 1,00,000 books, periodicals, national and international journals, CD-ROMS, covering all aspects of academic studies and research material. The hi-tech labs act as ideal training grounds for budding professionals that allow students to experiment and bring to practice what they have learnt in theory.

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Media coverage of Amity School of Engineering and Technology, New Delhi Delhi, Delhi

Student suicide: Engineering college chief released

New Delhi: An engineering institutes director and teacher, accused of abetting a students suicide in 2005, were discharged by a Delhi court due to lack of evidence to make them face trial.
Harsh Khatri, a student of mechanical and automation engineering at Amity School of Engineering and Technology in west Delhi Bijwasan area, ended his life in October 2005 after he was erroneously awarded zero marks in a subject.
Additional Sessions Judge TR Naval discharged then institute director BP Singh and teacher VV Krishna Shastri of the charges of suicide abetment.

It would be a travesty of justice to compel the appellant to face a criminal trial without any credible material whatsoever. Consequently, the order of framing charge under section 306 IPC (Indian Penal Code) against the appellant is quashed, said Judge Naval in an order made available Friday.

According to the prosecution, Khatri was awarded zero marks in a subject by mistake of his teacher Shastri. The student made all efforts for getting the error rectified but failed.

He felt humiliated when his parents were allegedly insulted by the accused. He could not cope with the situation and ultimately ended his life, the prosecution said. Khatri left a suicide note saying: From my childhood I was told never to bend, its better to break rather and I am completely broken in my heart. The court said that Khatris ill-learning led him to commit suicide and the accused could not be held guilty for the incident. He was a bright student but he acted like a person who was hyper-sensitive, which may be a reason for committing suicide, the court said.

The judge noted that there was no evidence on record showing any criminal intent on the part of either of the accused.
The prosecution said the institute staff told Khatri not to raise a storm over the issue otherwise they would create problems for him at the time of placements. But the court held that it does not amount to instigation or abetment of suicide.

The court said that even if the accused had failed to correct the mistake it did not amount to a reason for committing suicide. Many legal remedies were available to Khatri for rectification of the error.

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