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MCA course aspirants select colleges largely based on the information about the data on some
reliable parameters from colleges. Some of the parameters for assessing a good college for
MCA in India are placements, quality of infrastructure, location of the college, age and image of the
college and its fee structure. After assessing colleges on these parameters few names come up
as good options and one of them which is regarded as one of the best MCA colleges in India is
Gian Jyoti Institute of Management & Technology (GJIMT).
Founded in 1998, GJIMT represents a rich tradition of excellence in technology-based
education. GJIMT is a premier-league institution located in the heart of the city and is regarded as
the best MCA College in India. With dedicated efforts of more than two decades, GJIMT has
emerged into a center of excellence in technical and management education. GJIMT offers both
undergraduate and postgraduate professional courses such as MBA, MCA, BBA, and BCA.


Gian Jyoti Institute of Management & Technology (GJIMT) was established under the aegis of Gian Jyoti Educational Society (GJES) in the year 1998. GJIMT is an ISO 9001:2008 certified approved by All India practical exposure to its students of MBA, MCA, BBA & BCA programs.
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MC you do not not have permission to place advert.

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