Dharmsinh Desai University

Nadiad, Gujarat

Dharmsinh Desai Institute of Technology (DDIT) was founded in 1968 as an institution of higher learning in Nadiad, Gujarat, India in the fields of Engineering and Technology. Various engineering departments were successively added. The university has a campus sprawled across 42 acres of land. They also provide a girls' hostel, a boys' hostel, sports facilities, a central library, general & dental hospitals and a food court.

EDU Rand Score

  • Employability 6
  • Research 7

Program Details

Program Name
Chemical engineering
Civil engineering
Computer engineering
Electrical & commucation engineering
Infomation engineering
Mechanical engineering
Instrumentation & control

Faculty

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Fee Details

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

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