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KCC Institute of Technology and Management (KCCITM) , Greater Noida
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If the phrase, “Paradise for Student" had another name, it could conveniently be referred as KCC Campus. The institute is located in fully developed institutional zone of Greater Noida, often referred to as the heart of Uttar Pradesh. The institute is approved by All India Council for Technical Education, Ministry of HRD, and Government of India and affiliated to Mahamaya Technical University, Noida (Formerly known as UPTU). The ISO 9001:2008 Certification obtained by the institute speaks volumes about the quality standards maintained by the institute.

 

The beautiful red bricked buildings standing tall on well manicured lawns running over 40 acres of land complimenting the blue sky gives a breathtaking picturesque view. Due care has been taken during the development of campus to match the expectations and contemporary needs of the students. The inviting playgrounds and the sports facilities of the institute definitively promise a wonderful time to the sports freak students. With the intention to deliver the best and produce the best, no stone has been left unturned by the visionary management of the group. Appreciating the contribution of faculty community in shaping the future of tomorrow,the students are provided with the best faculty available in the industry. The state-of-the-art infrastructure definitely quenchs the thirst of knowledge seekers by providing them a strong stimulus to expand their talent and capabilities to a higher level of intellect. To sum up, the campus is a manifestation of a beautiful dream of the group to create institutions that become an experience in itself and deliver world class education to the youth of today.

Courses Offered:

  

UNDER GRADUATE PROGRAMMES

B.Tech:

  • Computer Science
  • Mechanical Engineering  
  • Civil
 
  • Electronics & Communication Engineering
  • Information Technology

 

POST GRADUATE PROGRAMMES

MBA:

  • Human Resources
  • Marketing
  • Finance  
 
  • Information Technology
  • International Business  

 

POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES

PGDM:

  • Marketing
  • Human Resource
 
  • Information Technology
  • Finance

 

Eligibility:

 

For B.Tech. (4 years):

  • Candidate must have passed 10+2 examination with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the following subjects: Chemistry / Biotechnology / Biology.

For M.B.A. (2 years):

  • Prospective candidates must possess a Graduate Degree in any stream from a recognized University. Those appearing in the qualifying examination or awaiting results may apply provisionally, the admission being subject to passing the qualifying examination.
  • Admission is based on SEE-UPTU conducted by UP Technical University, Lucknow. If the seats remain vacant, direct admission is also considered subject to the guidelines of the UP State Govt.
  • 15% of the total intake falls under Management Quota. The admission under this is as per the norms laid down by UPTU.

For P.G.D.M. (2 years):

  • A candidate needs to be a graduate in any discipline or equivalent from a recognized university. Candidates in the final year of Bachelor Degree can also apply. The applicant should have appeared in any of the CAT / MAT / XAT / ATMA entrance tests. 

Placements:

 

Headed by senior HR personnel & with an aim of fetching lucrative placements for all students, a dedicated placement cell has been set up. Efforts of several HR experts have gone in deciding the strategies for the working of this cell so as to deliver the best to the students. KCC strongly believes that it is their prime responsibility to make sure that all the students get placed in a good organization. All students are bound to reap the benefits of a strong liaison maintained by KCC with different organizations. There is constant interaction between the students & the placement in - charge throughout the programme. The placement cell conducts various talk sessions with experienced career advisors to keep the students abreast of the various avenues available for them. Special grooming sessions are conducted wherein communication skills, presentation skills, physical grooming & corporate dressing issues of students are addressed apart from seminars, guest lecturers & career conferences. The cell conducts a lot of in - house mock interviews that helps in identifying the student’s weak areas. Mock interviews give a clear cut direction to the faculty as to which aspects of a student requires special attention. HR cell is committed to utilize its diversified & strong industry links for the placement of students in prestigious organizations.

 

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