Established 1969
Councelling Code: UCE
Affiliation : Osmania University
Total Students : 855
Total Intakes : 855

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Osmania University, Hyderabad - 500 007, Andhra Pradesh, India

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College Introductory Text

The University College of Engineering (UCE) has the distinction of being the oldest and the biggest among the Engineering Colleges of the State of Andhra Pradesh. Established in the year 1929, eleven years after the formation of Osmania University, it was the 6th Engineering College to be established in the whole of British India. The College moved to its present permanent building in the year 1947. Today it is the biggest among the campus colleges of Osmania University. The Golden Jubilee of the College was celebrated in 1979, the Diamond Jubilee in 1989 and the Platinum Jubilee in 2004. The College was made autonomous in 1994.

Faculty

Undergraduate programmes in Engineering focus on the development of engineering foundations and skills so that the student can be competent when seeking industrial employment and have the requisite background for postgraduate studies. Undergraduate programmes are deemed to inculcate a spirit of inquiry, stimulate the power of thinking, bestow both analytical and experimental abilities, and elicit interest in postgraduate courses. In the context of fostering indigenous industrial development, undergraduate programmes encourage the spirit of entrepreneurship and self-employment, and address problems of industry.

 
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Courses

Course

Branch Name

Intake

B.E

Bio-Medical Engineering

30

B.E

Civil Engineering

60

B.E

Computer Science & Engineering

60

B.E

Electronics & Communication Engineering

50

B.E

Electrical & Electronics Engineering

60

B.E

Mechanical Engineering

60

 

 

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