Satya College announces free hostel facility for JK students
Offers 100 pc scholarship on merit
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, July 31: Satya College of Engineering & Technology, Delhi-NCR, today announced free hostel facility for first year for its JK students. The college also announced attractive scholarship schemes for all the students on merit basis.
For the convenience of students from the Valley the college has opened its permanent admission office at 7th Square Complex, Hyderpora Byepass Chowk, in Srinagar.
Sharing this information with media here, Amrik Singh, Deputy Director (T&P), Satya College said that Free Hostel facility includes lodging and food.
He said the free hostel facility will be given to students enrolling for B Tech (Civil, Mechanical, CSE, ECE & EE), BBA and MBA courses in its Srinagar office.
He said the college is also offering motivational scholarship schemes to students to raise their education level and to create healthy completion among them.
“The schemes include up to 100 per cent scholarship,” he said.
Singh said the college is in the NCR area which is hub of industries and multinational companies, such as Escorts, Maruti, Amarpali Group, SIEMENS, LG, Moserbear, Hindware, Hero Honda, JCB etc. providing plenty of job opportunities to Engineers and MBA professionals.
College has attained 100 per cent placement for its recently passed out batch.
He said the students can contact at toll free number 1-800-1200-100 and local number +91-9697367070 for more information or can visit the Hyderpora office.
He said the college is an AICTE (Delhi) & DTE (Haryana) approved and affiliated to M D University, Rohtak, situated in district Palwal.
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