FAQs

1. How Far Is The Institute Campus From The City Of Nashik?

Ans:The Campus is a part of the city of Nashik .The main city is approximately 5 km away from the campus.

2.Can I take my decision over the web, email, telephone, or fax?

Ans: You can see our information on website https://engg.kkwagh.edu.in/  but for admission you have need to come personally.

 

3. How Is The Ambience On The Campus?

Ans: The campus is highly charged with academics, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. All the buildings are spacious with latest equipment. We believe being self-sufficient and green. 
Research is always encouraged at all levels. Hence, special learning centers known as IBM Centers of Excellence, Texas Centre are commissioned in collaboration with Industry.

Special fund is allocated for encouraging Innovations amongst the young talents. 
To bring awareness about social obligations and discipline, students units like NSS and Prayas are quite active. 
Institute organizes an annual social gathering “Maffick” every year giving scope and a platform to young talents to show cause it. 

These opportunities are provided to students to transform them into a wholesome citizen of India first and an Engineer next. 
Overall a lovely and adorable ambience on the Campus. 
Yes, this can be an ideal Institute for you. …

 

4. Institute is affiliated to which University?

Ans:  Our institute is accredited by AICTE and permanently affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University.

 

5.How to apply?

Ans: The Competent Authority, the Commissioner State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra State, shall be the authority for Centralized Admission Process and shall direct the students as per their allotment through CAP to all institutions.

You have to pass CET as per Savitribai Phule Pune University Rule. You have to fill the form and give your choice of admission. All the admissions are done as per rules stated by DTE.

 

6.Does Institute have seats for Foreign Nationals/persons from Indian origin?

Ans: No we don’t have that provision as such.

 

7.Does Institute have seats for Management Quota?

Ans: In General there are two types of quota in Engineering Institutes i.e CAP quota and Institute level quota. Percentage of the two quotas is CAP quota 80% and Institute Level quota 20% . Institute level quota is filled at Institute Level. CAP quota allotments are done by State/ DTE. Eligibility criteria being almost same for all quota admission but procedures are bit different.

 

8.What is the ranking of the Institute?

Ans: 

  •       Institute is Accredited by AICTE, New Delhi and permanently affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University.
  •        Accredited by NAAC with A Grade
  •        Received IDA Awards for rewarding excellence in education & training.
  •        As per AICTE-CII survey of Industry Linked Technical Institute 2018, our institute is the only engineering institute in Nashik to be grouped under “Platinum Category”.
  •        Received HLCAT International Certification of Accreditation from Dec 2017 to Nov 2020.
  •        Received IET Pride Award for Academic Support for the period 2016-2017
     

9.Do you have hostel facility for girls and boys?

Ans: Yes we do have hostel facility for boys and girls. On our web site you can check the facilities available in the hostel.

 

10.What about Transportation facility?

Ans: The institute is having a fleet of buses which travels across the city to provide transportation to students from different locations in Nashik and nearby area every day.

 

11.What are the eligibility criteria?

Ans:

i.                    Eligibility Criteria for BE:

(i) The candidate should be an Indian National

(ii) Passed HSC or its equivalent examination with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the Chemistry or Biotechnology or Biology or Technical or Vocational subjects, and obtained at least 50% marks (at least 45% marks, in case of Backward class categories and Persons with disability candidate belonging to Maharashtra State only) in the above subjects taken together; and obtained score in CET conducted by the Competent Authority.

OR

(ii) Passes Diploma in Engineering and Technology and obtained at least 50% marks (at least 45% marks, in case of Backward class categories and Persons with disability candidate belonging to Maharashtra State only)
OR

(ii) Passes B.Sc. Degree from Recognized University as defined by UGC and obtained 50% marks (at least 45% marks, in case of Backward class categories and Persons with disability candidate belonging to Maharashtra State only) and passes XII standard with Mathematics as a subject.

 

ii.                  Eligibility Criteria for First Year of ME:

·         Candidate should have passed Bachelor Degree or equivalent in the relevant field of Engineering/Technology, specified by the concerned University for admission to a particular Post graduate course from an AICTE approved institutions, with at least 50 % marks (at least 45% marks in case of candidates of Backward class categories and persons with disability belonging to Maharashtra State only) AND should have obtained score in GATE.

 

iii.                Eligibility Criteria for For First Year of MCA:

·         Candidate should have passed and obtained minimum of 50% marks in aggregate ( 45% in case of candidates of backward class categories and persons with disability belonging to Maharashtra State only) in any Full Time Bachelor’s degree of minimum three years duration in any discipline recognized by the Association of Indian Universities and having studied Mathematics or Statistics as one of the subjects at 10+2 level or higher level examination AND should have obtained score in MAH-MCA-CET

 

iv.                Eligibility Criteria for For First Year of MBA:

·         Candidate should have passed and obtained minimum of 50% marks in aggregate ( 45% in case of candidates of backward class categories and persons with disability belonging to Maharashtra State only) in any Full Time Bachelor’s degree of minimum three years duration in any discipline recognized by the Association of Indian Universities and having studied Mathematics or Statistics as one of the subjects at 10+2 level or higher level examination AND should have obtained score in MAH-MBA/MMS-CET or Tests like GMAT, CAT, MAT, ATMA, XAT, CMAT, etc.

 

12. How Are The Campus Placements?

Ans: There exists an exclusive Training and Placement Cell “Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Career Development Centre” continuously engaged in the training and placement activities round the year. Quite a good number of companies carry out campus placements. 
Some of the recruiters visiting regularly includes: 
Infosys, IBM India Pvt. Ltd. Cognizant, Nvidia, TCS, L&T Infotech, Persistent Systems Limited, Tech Mahendra, KPIT, ABB India Ltd. Kirloskar Group of companies, Bosch, Siemens, Videocon, VIP, Atlas Copco and so on. 
Please visit the link on our website: https://engg.kkwagh.edu.in/  for more details.

13.Is attendance necessary?

Ans: Attendance for all lectures, group activities, case studies, seminars held in each semester is compulsory. Non-attendance except in exceptional cases (to be determined by the Institute) will result in the student being detained in the semester. If the candidate secures less than 75% attendance he/she will not be allowed to proceed to next semester.

 

14.How is the infrastructure?

Ans: The institute provides excellent infrastructural facilities with well-equipped laboratories, modern computer center, spacious classrooms, seminar halls, workshops, library & hostels.

 

15.Is it a Wi-Fi enabled campus?

Ans: Yes the campus supports Wi-Fi.

 

16.What about Student cell? What kinds of activities are conducted?

Ans: We have Entrepreneurship Development Cell (ED Cell), Training & Placement Cell, NSS ,Prayas , Swapanpurti, various Clubs like RedX club, IoT Club, Astro Club, Whitespot Club,  Financial Literacy Club.

We are also having students’ chapters of ISTE, IET, CSI.

Various Sports activities are also conducted.

 

17.What Are The Different Courses Offered At KKWIEER?

Ans:

1. Under Graduate Degree Courses -

  • Computer Engineering
  • Electronics and Telecommunication
  • Production Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Information Technology
  • Electronics Engineering

2. Post Graduate Degree Courses:

  • Civil Engineering (Structures)
  • Computer Engineering
  • Electronics and Telecommunication  (VLSI * Embedded Systems)
  • Electrical Engineering (Power System)
  • MCA
  • MBA

 

3. Research Centre:

  • Production Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Computer Engineering

 

18. Are The Courses In The Institutes Approved By The AICTE, New Delhi?

Ans: YES, all the Engineering and Technology courses at the Institutes mentioned above are duly approved by the AICTE, New Delhi.

19. When Can I Approach For Admissions?

Ans: You can approach any time throughout the year for seeking admission related information and even for confirming your admissions subject to your eligibility as mentioned in point no. 18, above.
However, normally the new academic year begins in the month of July very year.

 

20. Can We Meet The Concerned Department HOD Before We Take Admission To Understand The Course And Subjects?

Ans:Yes. In fact you should. You can surely meet the Head of the Department to understand better about the course details, Job opportunities etc. We have excellent qualified, experienced and cooperative as well as friendly Staff who can guide you suitably. You can also interact with faculty and students as well to know about the overall prospects of the courses you wish to undertake.

 

21. Whom Should I Contact For Seeking More Details Regarding Admission?

Ans: For all admission related queries you can contact to following:
Ph: (0253) 2221319, 91+ 7888045550

22. What Is Tentative Fees Structure For The Courses At KKWIEER For Academic Year 2019-20?

You can visit our website to get information about fess https://engg.kkwagh.edu.in/shikshan_shulka_samiti
 

23. Am I Eligible For Any Kind Of Scholarship Or Concession In Fees?

Ans: YES. You are entitled for scholarship / concession fess depending upon the category / caste of the candidate and subject to the condition that you should have been admitted through CAP rounds only. (CAP= Centralized Admission Process).

Detail are given in the table below:

Caste / Category

Concession in Fees

Condition

SC

100% of the tuition fees

 

ST

100% of the tuition fees

 

NT(1,2,3)

100% in tuition fees except Development fees component.

Subject to Annual income limited to INR 8 Lakhs.

SBC

100% in tuition fees except Development fees component.

Subject to Annual income limited to INR 8 Lakhs.

VJ

100% in tuition fees except Development fees component.

Subject to Annual income limited to INR 8 Lakhs.

OBC

50% in tuition fees except development fees component.

Subject to Annual income limited to INR 8 Lakhs.

Open - EBC

50% in tuition fees except development fees component and its reimbursement.

Subject to Annual income limited to INR 8 Lakhs.

TFWS

100% in tuition fees except development fees component

Allotted by DTE in CAP

 

 

24. Are There Any Schemes Belonging For Students Of Minority Community?

Ans: Yes. The Minority communities identified are Muslim, Christian, Sikh and Jain. Such student who has been admitted through CAP and who belongs to any of the above minority communities and fulfilling the norms can apply for either State or National Minority Scholarship Schemes. However, these students will not get any kind of concession in fees at the time of admission and will have to make full payment of fees.

25. Is It Mandatory To Submit All Required Document In Original?

Ans: Yes. Your admission is confirmed only when you pay the fees as applicable and deposit all the required documents in original (and few photocopies)

26. Can I Apply For Two Scholarships At A Time Like Say SC/ST/NT/VJ/SBC And Minority; Or OBC And Minority; Or EBC And Minority Or TFWS And Minority?

Ans: NO. At any given point of time, you are eligible to apply for any ONE of the scholarship schemes as discussed above. If found violating this, serious action can be initiated against the candidate / student.

27. Can I Seek Loans From Banks For Payment Of Fees?

Ans: YES, several Banks offer Education Loans for payment of Tuition Fees as well Hostel Charges. Expenditure Certificates can be issued by the Institutes is case you wish to apply for Education Loans. You then approach your Bank and process the same for seeking education loan.

28. Do You Have Mess Facility In The Hostel?

Ans: YES, the Hostels have exclusive Mess facilities serving quality food.

29. Can I Register For Seeking Admission?

Ans: YES,
Please find the appropriate link on the institute website: https://engg.kkwagh.edu.in/addmission_enquiry  for posting your online registration/enquiry for admission. You can call on the telephone numbers for more details.

30. Do You Have Sports Facilities On The Campus?

Ans: YES, 
We do have very good facilities for both indoor and outdoor sports on the campus. Many of our students have excelled in various games and have bagged prizes / medals at University, State as well as National level competitions.

31. Do You Arrange Industrial Tours?

Ans: YES, It is a regular feature on the campus. The Institutes have their own buses for conducting industrial tours. In fact we encourage such tours often as huge number of industries are located in and around Nashik. 
There is a strong and active Institute – Industry – Interaction seeking avenues for collaborative activities in the form of projects.

 

32. Do You Provide Sufficient Books From The College Library?

Ans: YES, 
KKWIEER boasts of a very rich Library named Kumugraj Central Library. It is located in a centre of the building having a stock of more than 90,000 books, 204 journals, online books, and references. It also has a very good collection of periodicals, magazines, and a digital library. It is open almost for 24 X 7 during preparation and examination periods. 
 

33. What Is The Pattern Of Academics And Holidays In An Academic Year?

The academic year normally has two terms, sessions or semesters. The academic year begins by June/July and ends by April every year. Term or Semester examinations are conducted at the end of each semester. Usually, the first term concludes by October / November followed by examinations (both theory and practical); and the second term starts by mid-December.