Arya Institute of Engineering & Technology

Kukas, Rajasthan

Established in the year 2005, in the State of Rajasthan, Arya Institute of Engineering & Technology is spread over 5 acres of land. AIET endeavors at providing infrastructure and facilities which mainly include IT Infrastructure, Library, Auditoriums, Sports & Recreation and Students' Residences, etc. The students are also provided with hostel facility and cafeterias which provide hygienic food.

EDU Rand Score

  • Employability 2
  • Research 4
  • Fill Rate 10

Program Details

Program Name
Information technology
Computer science and engineering
Mechanical engineering

Faculty

Faculty Name No. of faculty

Fee Details

Annual Fee: 55,000

Placement

For students, the college has one of the finest placement cells that help them obtain
lucrative job opportunities via campus recruitments. Some of the globally-reputed
organizations that annually hire deserving candidates from the campus are TCS,
IBM, Cogencies, Capgemini and many more.

Company name Average starting salary % of students joined
Tata Consultancy Service 8 lakhs 13
Wipro 9.5 lakhs 9
Infosys 7 lakhs 10

Infrastructure

  • HOSTEL
  • LIBRARY
  • LABORATORY
  • computer lab
  • transport
  • Sports
  • cafeteria
  • Medical
  • wifi
  • Auditorium

Contact Details

Website www.aryainstitutejpr.com

Email:arvind@aryacollege.org, principalaiet@aryacollege.org

contact number: 0141-5148800,5148801,Fax-01426-510040

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