i) Civil Engineering (CE) ii) Automobile Engineering (AE) iii) Electronics & Tele Communication Engineering (ETCE) iv) Electrical Engineering (EE) v) Mechanical Engineering (ME)
The demand & growth of Polytechnic Institutions in the country to study Diploma in Engineering courses is increasing day by day. Such institution offer various courses in the field of Engineering & Technonology, other occupational based courses, Architecture, Art & Pharmacy etc. For providing technical manpower for overall socio-economic devolopment of the country. The studuents passing out of this politechnics find employment in both the organized and unorganized sectors of employment and form the backbone of the world of work. They find employment comfortably in all the functional areas like production, Quality control, Erection and Instlation, Maintenance, Servicing, and Marketing etc. The main aims & objectives of these Polytechnic Institutions are to provide appropriate learning & sufficient traning to students for devoloping requisite competencies in their respective diciplines of interest.

These Politechnic Institutions conduct job oriented integrated courses with a view to the more practical approach of current days Industry- need. More over in the present system, there is an opportunity to the Diploma holders for getting admission directly into the second year of the respective degree engineering courses through leteral entry. This is obviously an alternative route to become a graduate Engineer for those who could not get a scope for direct addmision into the degree engineering coleges through Joint Entrance Examinations. The total time period in both the ways to become graduate engineer remains same (10+3+3=10+6 years = 10+2+4).

Earlier, all the Polutechnic Institutions were conducted by the State Governments only. But these are not foud sufficient to meet the increasing demand. That is why ; fiew private sectors have come forward and extended their wholehearted support to established new politechnic institutes with much better infrastructure and scope in a more competetive manner. West Bengal State Council of Technical Education (WBSCTE) along with All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) considers it important to provide proper guidelines and to lay down requisite Norms & Standers for better output from such Politechnics.

To fulfill this mission fiew generous, progessive, dedicated and devorted dignitaries of this locality has established Rajmati Parichand Bothra Memorial Jiaganj College of Engineering & Technology (RPBMJCET) in the year 2006 with three branches of engineering having all modern basic infrastucture & facilities to spread such education to the deserving candidates as a real service to the nation.
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