Admission Notice for B.Tech. 2011-12,Sir J. C. Bose School of Engineering , Hooghly, West Bengal


Sir J. C. Bose School of Engineering was established in the year 2009 by Supreme Knowledge Foundation. The college is situated at Mankundu in Hooghly, West Bengal. It offers quite a few Engineering Courses in different Streams. Currently applications for admissions in B.Tech Courses are on. Please refer below for more details regarding the same.

Sir J. C. Bose School of Engineering
1, Khan Road, Mankundu, Hooghly,
West Bengal - 712139

Contact Numbers: 033-2683 1141/1146, 9903388833

B.Tech Admissions is open in Sir J. C. Bose School of Engineering
for the year 2011-12. Applications are invited from eligible candidates.

The college offers Engineering degrees in quite a few streams.
The streams are
a) ECE (Electronics & Communication Engineering)
b) EE (Electrical Engineering)
c) CSE (Computer Science & Engineering)
d) AEIE (Applied Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering)

All the courses are approved by All India Council for Technical Education(AICTE) and the same are affiliated to West Bengal University of Technology (WBUT).

Criteria for Admission: Eligible Candidates must have passed 10+2 exams with minimum 50% marks in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry eligible through JEE and AIEEE.

The college has an excellent campus with lots of greenery in and around, has state of art infrastructure and is just 35 kilometres away from kolkata. Hostel facilities for both Boys and Girls are available.

For more details refer Institutes website: http://www.skf.edu.in/

E-mail: mankundu@skf.edu.in


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