The Government College of Technology (GCT) previously known as Arthur Hope College of Technology was established in 1945 in Peelamedu near Coimbatore Tamilnadu in a green serene atmosphere. However, in 1950, it was moved to Thadagam Road Coimbatore, and in the next year 1951, it was renamed Government College of technology. Initially, it was affiliated with the University of Madras and then Bharathiar University, later it was affiliated with Anna University in 2001-2. In 1981 it got partial autonomy, however, it got full autonomy in 1987 for excellence in education and administration.
In this analysis, we are going to check out all the details about the institute’s students’ stats, faculty, courses offered, graduation outcomes & placements, median salary & top recruiters, infrastructures, and fees structures. All the details are authentic since we got these from the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) where GCT gave its reports.
Students Intake at GCT Coimbatore
Students Approved Intake at GCT
GCT has 202 distinguished professors at its faculty, of whom 36.13% are Ph.D. holders and the faculty-to-student ratio is 1:15, that is, one professor is available for every 15 students.
GCT Coimbatore Annual Expenditures
GCT Coimbatore Research Details
GCT Coimbatore Graduations & Placements
UG Graduations & Placements
PG Graduations & Placements
PhD Research Programmes
Median Salary & Top Recruiters
Median Salary of PG Graduates: Rs. 5 LPA in 2021, Rs. 4.5 LPA in 2020, and Rs. 2.5 LPA in 2019.
Students Diversity at GCT Coimbatore
Facilities on GCT Coimbatore Campus
Campus Festivals at GCT Coimbatore
How to Get Admission at GCT Coimbatore
For PG courses: The candidates who passed the UG degree need to take the TANCET/GATE exam and get the required ranks/scores, and they need to register in the TNEA counseling to get PG admission that is based on TANCET/GATE score/rank.
Fee Structure at GCT Coimbatore
GCT Coimbatore Scores by NIRF
Perception: GCT has a good faculty, better infrastructure, and a conducive atmosphere, and it is an old public institution, though it has not yet gotten much popularity like first-generation IITs and NITs, it scored reasonably 23.70%, which accounts to 10% of overall NIRF scores.