GNIOT GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS
Overview of GNIOT Group Of Institutions
Greater Noida Institute of Technology (GNIOT) is one of the premier Institutions in the field of Technical and Management Education. It has been formed by Shri Ram Educational Trust, Noida on no profit basis with a firm determination and commitment to foster a holistic approach towards the development of Engineering and Management Education. The Trust was formed in the year 2000 and the Institute was established in the year 2001. The Trust has had a meteoric rise, and on date, has established a chain of educational institutions covering the fields of engineering and management leading towards Graduate and Post Graduate degrees. Plans are also afoot to introduce Doctoral Programmes in the very near future. It has been approved by AICTE,Ministry of HRD, Goverment of India and affiliated to Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University, Lucknow The Institute distinguishes itself from other colleges and Institutes due to its holistic approach and unique foresighted planning in providing technical and professional education with the state-of-the-art techniques. The main objective of an Institute is to generate a bunch of highly creative professionals, who can contribute not only in the Human Resource Development but also in the Nation Building Exercise.
Placement Details of GNIOT Group Of Institutions
It is indeed pleasure & pride to welcome you at GNIOT Group of Institution. It is now 15 years, since GNIOT embarked a mission to fulfill this need among top business recruiters.
A highly dynamic global business environment calls of specific skills from top decision makers. India is making ahead with a fast pace. The 21st century belongs to us & in this effort the country will definitely need young trained & skilled professional managers.
Here in GNIOT students acquire industry specific knowledge, self management, character formation, team work and developing a creative way of presenting their thoughts and ideas, apart from routine academic training and courses.