Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College offers extensive engineering courses and education to many aspiring candidates with best resources and professional programs. It is considered as one of the ancient institutions, and with ISO 9001-2008 certification, it was established by the Nankana Sahib Education Trust [NSET] in 1956. It attempts at offering vivid courses affiliated and approved by Punjab Technical University & AICTE respectively, and offers UG (B.Tech) & PG (M.Tech, MBA, MCA) courses within the categories of Engineering & IT.
- Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College has a dedicated training and placement cell which has a strong network in the corporate world.
- The college is constantly in touch with the industries to meet their placement needs.
Top Recruiting Companies
- Sai Life Sciences Pvt Ltd
- Nucon Aerospace Pvt Ltd Hyderabad
- Menon Tech Pvt.Ltd, Bangalore
- Manomaya IT Solutions Pvt.Ltd,Hyderabad
- Taj Hotels, Hyderabad
- Gemini Graphics Pvt.Ltd
and many more...
- Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College provides hostel accomodation to 640 students within the campus.
- Facilities like Indoor games, recreational facilities and a Gymnasium, mess, etc
- The Hostel also has a Gurudwara Saheb with regular prayers taking place.
- A separate hostel for girl students is available in Gurudwara Sri Nanak Jhira Saheb Complex, Bidar.
Infrastructure / Teaching Facilities
- Lecture Halls
- Drawing halls
- Medical facilities
and much more...
- Obappa Agrahar- Professor and HOD
- Ravindra E- HOD and Associate Prof
- Neeshetty K- Assosiate Prof and HOD
- Dr. D Choudhary- Professor and HOD
- Dhananjay M- Associate Prof and HOD
and many more...
- Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, Bidar was established in August, 1980 by the Prabandhak Committee, Gurudwara Sri Nanak Jhira Saheb, Bidar.
- At present the College is being managed by Sri Nanak Jhira Saheb Foundation (Trust)
- The College has emerged as one of the leading technical institutes of Karnataka State
- GNDEC started in the year 1980 with an annual intake of 120 in three traditional branches.