Amity University is the flagship institution of Amity, India’s leading not-for-profit global education group, established over 25 years ago by the Chauhan family. Today, the research-driven Education Group is home to over 150,000 brilliant students across Pre-nursery to Ph.D. levels pursuing programmes in diverse disciplines ranging from Management to Nuclear Science.
Recognized by University Grants Commission (UGC)
Established by the State Government
Approval by AICTE
Accredited by NAAC with ‘A’ Grade
Member of Association of Indian Universities
Member of Association of Commonwealth Universities
"Excellent infrastructure and a very well planned and coordinated team of individuals. A very enthusiastic team and vision for the college. Can add value by partnering with our organization for various pre engagement activity- like guest lectures/ Marathon/ Hackathon etc."
Great Engaging Faculty. Too good Hospitality. Beautiful Campus
“ Good overall. Students were very well managed and in coordination.”
It was a great experience. All the operations were carried out in an effortless manner.
“Good coordination on Campus”
“ Good effort on the number of students. The quality of students have improved.”
“ Process is smooth and was able to swiftly move forward. Good talent.”
“Great hospitality, Great support, Great arrangement by the college authorities.”
“Excellent support and will like to visit next year as well. Good candidate quality.”
“ Excellent hospitality, great ambience for students to learn. Found staff and teachers very approcable and humble. Students demonstrated good energy level.”
“Overall grooming of the students are good. Technical knowledge needs little more focus.”
“ Overall experience was good. Candidates were good. Overall selection process was good.”
“ it was good experience while campus drive in Amity. Students & staff were very cooperative. Students have good technical skills. “
“ Great coordination ! Good student participation of students in the overall process.”
“ Good candidates, with outlook towards technology utilization.”