Kanya Gurukul Campus Haridwar

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Kanya Gurukul Campus Haridwar is the Gurukul Kangri (Deemed to be University) women’s campus. It was founded in 1992 and it is one of the best Government- Funded Technical Institutions (GFTIs) of India offering the best and comprehensive engineering education in India. In its 27-year history, the campus has established itself as a premier academic institute in Haridwar’s surrounding territories.  The campus is approximately four acres in size and comprises of an administrative block, a science block, an arts block, a campus library, and a computer centre. Along with academic facilities, the site includes Yajanashala, two multidisciplinary activity halls, a canteen, and a play area.

With a steadfast commitment to academic excellence, character development, and spiritual growth, the Kanya Gurukul Campus offers an unparalleled educational experience exclusively designed for girls. The campus showcases a remarkable infrastructure and cutting-edge facilities, fostering an atmosphere conducive to learning and personal enrichment. Here, students are equipped with knowledge, skills, and values that equip them for a prosperous and purposeful life.

Beyond academics, the campus places a strong emphasis on holistic development, providing a vibrant platform for co-curricular activities, sports, and cultural events. Within these enriching experiences, students can unleash their potential, discover new passions, and nurture their talents.


Name of the institutionKanya Gurukul Campus, Haridwar
AbbreviationsKGC, Haridwar
Year of Establishment 1992
Approved By All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)
Campus Area4  Acres
Courses Offered Undergraduate
Discipline Offered Engineering
Institution Type(GFTI) – Government Funded Technical Institutions in India
Category Engineering colleges in Uttarakhand
Entrance Examination RequiredJEE-Main Exam, JEE-Advanced Exam
Contact DetailsAddress– P.O Gurukula Kangri,Haridwar-249404Email ID: registrar@gkv.ac.in

Approval and Status 

  • Approved By: All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)
  • Status: Government 

Facilities and Infrastructure

The Kanya Gurukul Campus in Haridwar is committed to providing a range of facilities to enhance the educational experience of its students. Here are some of the notable facilities offered:

  • Archaeological Museum: The campus houses an Archaeological Museum, which serves as a valuable resource for students studying history, archaeology, and related subjects. It showcases artifacts, relics, and historical exhibits, providing a hands-on learning experience.
  • Departmental Library: The campus has dedicated departmental libraries that cater to the specific needs of different academic disciplines. These libraries provide access to a wide range of books, journals, and research materials, enabling students to delve deeper into their respective fields.
  • Digital Library: A digital library is available, equipped with electronic resources such as e-books, e-journals, research databases, and multimedia materials. Students can access these resources online, expanding their access to a wealth of knowledge and research materials.
  • Computer Lab: The campus features a well-equipped computer lab, providing students with access to the latest hardware and software required for academic and research purposes. The lab facilitates computer-based learning, programming, data analysis, and other digital activities.
  • Wi-Fi Facility: A reliable Wi-Fi network covers the campus, ensuring seamless internet connectivity for students and faculty. This enables access to online resources, e-learning platforms, and research materials from anywhere on the campus.
  • Libnet Facility: The Libnet facility allows students to access a wide range of digital resources, research databases, and online journals. It connects the campus library with other academic libraries, expanding the scope of research and information sharing.
  • Seminar Hall: The campus has a dedicated seminar hall, equipped with modern audio-visual systems, where academic seminars, workshops, and guest lectures are conducted. It provides a platform for intellectual discussions and knowledge-sharing among students and experts.
  • Sports Facilities: The campus offers recreational facilities, including a Badminton Court and Table Tennis, encouraging students to engage in physical activities and sports. These facilities promote a healthy lifestyle and provide opportunities for leisure and relaxation.
  • Equipment for Excavation and Exploration: The campus provides specialized equipment and tools for students pursuing archaeology and exploration-related studies. These resources enable hands-on learning, fieldwork, and practical experiences in the respective disciplines.


  • Faculty of Oriental Studies
  • Faculty of Humanities
  • Faculty of Sciences
  • Faculty of Life Sciences
  • Faculty of Management Studies
  • Faculty of Technology
  • Faculty of Engineering & Technology
  • Faculty of Medical Science & Health
  • Faculty of Education
  • Faculty of Yoga and Physical Education

B. Tech Courses Offered

B.Tech. in Computer Science and Engineering4 Years230
B.Tech. in Electronics and Communication Engineering4 Years115
B.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering4 Years115
B.Tech. in Electrical Engineering4 Years115

Fees Structure

B.Tech. in Computer Science and EngineeringRs. 3,62,000
B.Tech. in Electronics and Communication EngineeringRs. 3,62,000
B.Tech. in Mechanical EngineeringRs. 3,62,000
B.Tech. in Electrical EngineeringRs. 3,62,000

NOTE: The above-shared fees can vary from the actual fees and are subject to change. To know the exact fee structure, candidates can connect with a counseling expert at the Admission Helpline No.  9667532500.

Research and Innovation

Research and InnovationDescription
Research FacilitiesThe campus is equipped with state-of-the-art research facilities and laboratories that cater to various disciplines. These facilities are designed to support scientific investigations, data collection, experimentation, and analysis. Students and researchers have access to advanced equipment, tools, and technologies relevant to their fields of study.
Research CollaborationThe campus actively promotes collaboration and interdisciplinary research. Faculty members and students are encouraged to engage in collaborative projects with other institutions, industry partners, and research organizations. Such collaborations provide opportunities for knowledge exchange, innovative ideas, and shared resources, leading to impactful research outcomes.
Research FundingThe Kanya Gurukul Campus supports research endeavors through various funding opportunities. Students and faculty members are encouraged to apply for research grants, scholarships, and fellowships offered by external funding agencies, government bodies, and private organizations. These funding sources enable researchers to pursue their research interests and contribute to the advancement of knowledge.
Research PublicationsThe campus emphasizes the dissemination of research findings through publications in reputed journals, conferences, and seminars. Faculty members and students are encouraged to publish their research work, showcasing their contributions to their respective fields. This helps in building the academic reputation of the campus and promotes scholarly dialogue.
Innovation and EntrepreneurshipThe campus nurtures a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship. Students are encouraged to explore innovative ideas, develop prototypes, and participate in entrepreneurial activities. The campus provides resources and guidance to students interested in transforming their ideas into viable products or services, fostering an entrepreneurial spirit among the student community.
Research Centers and InstitutesThe Kanya Gurukul Campus houses specialized research centers and institutes focused on specific areas of study. These centers serve as hubs for research, knowledge dissemination, and collaboration. They provide a platform for researchers, scholars, and experts to come together and address pressing societal challenges through research and innovation.
Research Conferences and WorkshopsThe campus organizes research conferences, workshops, and seminars to facilitate the exchange of ideas and promote scholarly discussions. These events provide a platform for researchers, students, and experts to present their work, receive feedback, and engage in meaningful academic discourse.

Eligibility Criteria 

Eligibility CriteriaDescription
NationalityIndian nationals only.
Age LimitNo specific age limit.
Academic QualificationsMust have passed 10+2 (or equivalent) examination with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics (PCM) as compulsory subjects.
Qualifying ExaminationMust have appeared for JEE Main conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA).
Minimum PercentageMust have obtained a minimum aggregate percentage in the qualifying examination. The minimum percentage may vary for different categories.
JEE Main Cut-offMust meet the JEE Main cut-off set by NIT Uttarakhand.
Seat AllocationSeat allocation is done through JoSAA counseling based on JEE Main ranks.

JEE Main Cut-Off


JEE Advanced Cut-off 

CategoryMinimum Marks in Each SubjectMinimum Aggregate Marks
Common rank list (CRL)555
OBC-NCL rank list550
General EWS rank list550
SC rank list328
ST rank list328
Common PwD rank list328
OBC-NCL PwD rank list328
General-NCL PwD rank list328
SC PwD rank list328
ST PwD rank list328
Preparatory course (PC) rank lists114

Kanya Gurukul Campus Haridwar – JoSaa Cut Off 2023 (Round 6)

Computer Science and Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology)

QuotaSeat TypeGender-Neutral Closing Rank

Electrical Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology)

QuotaSeat TypeGender-Neutral Closing Rank

Electronics and Communication Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology)

QuotaSeat TypeGender-Neutral Closing Rank

Mechanical Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology)

QuotaSeat TypeGender-Neutral Closing Rank

Kanya Gurukul Campus Haridwar – CSAB Cut Off 2022 (Round 2) 

Chemical Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology)

QuotaSeat TypeGender Neutral Closing RankFemale-only (including Supernumerary) Closing Rank

Civil Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology)

QuotaSeat TypeGender Neutral Closing RankFemale-only (including Supernumerary) Closing Rank

Computer Science and Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology)

QuotaSeat TypeGender Neutral Closing RankFemale-only (including Supernumerary) Closing Rank

Electrical and Electronics Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology)

QuotaSeat TypeGender Neutral Closing RankFemale-only (including Supernumerary) Closing Rank

Electronics and Communication Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology)

QuotaSeat TypeGender Neutral Closing RankFemale-only (including Supernumerary) Closing Rank

Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology)

QuotaSeat TypeGender Neutral Closing RankFemale-only (including Supernumerary) Closing Rank

Information Technology (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology)

QuotaSeat TypeGender Neutral Closing RankFemale-only (including Supernumerary) Closing Rank

Mechanical Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology)

QuotaSeat TypeGender Neutral Closing RankFemale-only (including Supernumerary) Closing Rank

Mechatronics Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology)

QuotaSeat TypeGender Neutral Closing RankFemale-only (including Supernumerary) Closing Rank

Counselling Process

The counselling process for Engineering Colleges in India is conducted by two major authorities: the Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) which is conducted by one of the IITs and the Central Seat Allocation Board (CSAB) conducted by any of the NITs. 

These processes are aimed at providing a fair and transparent system for candidates seeking admission to undergraduate engineering programs in Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), National Institutes of Technology (NITs), Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs), and other Government Funded Technical Institutes (GFTIs).

Candidates admitted to Josaa Counselling for engineering colleges across India have the option to register for CSAB counselling in case of remaining vacant seats, ensuring additional opportunities for securing admission to esteemed engineering institutions. Here’s an overview of the counselling process conducted by JoSAA and CSAB;

Josaa Counseling Process

Detailed steps for the JoSAA Counselling are as follows; 

Step 1 Registration: 

In order to participate in JoSAA Counselling Process, eligible candidate should register themselves on the JoSAA Couselling website https://josaa.nic.in/ with following credentials

  • JEE (Main) Application Number and password for candidates who have appeared in JEE (Main).
  • JEE (Main) Application Number and password for candidates eligible through “one-time measure” and did not appear in JEE (Main).
  • JEE (Advanced) login-id and password for foreign nationals who did not appear in JEE (Main).

After logging in with the provided credentials, candidates are asked to fill out personal and academic information such as name, age, gender, qualification, and other specifics.

After filling out the necessary information, candidates can proceed to the choice-filling process.

Step 2 Choice Filling

  • Candidates should carefully order the academic programs when filling out the choices, keeping in mind that only those choices would be used to determine seat allocation.
  • Candidates are given a 10-day window to fill in their choices which include 2 mock seat allocations. This 10-day window will NOT be extended under any circumstances.
  • Candidates have 10 days to make their selections, which includes 2 mock seat allocations. This 10-day period will NOT be prolonged in any way.
  • Candidates must prioritize their choices in order of preferred courses/institutes, choosing only those academic programs from the choices that they are willing to enroll in.

Step 3 Choice Locking 

  • Candidates must “lock” their choices on or before the final day of choice filling after selecting their preferred colleges and academic programs.
  • If candidates don’t lock their choices, the most recent choices saved will be locked automatically when the selection deadline arrives.
  • The choices made by a candidate cannot be changed once they have been locked.  before the choice-filling deadline, candidates may edit their selections by first submitting a request to unlock in the online JoSAA portal. The registered mobile and email will receive an OTP that can be used to verify the unlock request. The candidate’s options will become available after being verified.

Steps 4  Seat Allotment and Seat Acceptance:

  • The candidate is responsible for logging into the JoSAA portal and verifying whether a seat has been assigned in a specific round of seat allocation.
  • If the candidate is given a seat, they must complete “Online Reporting” before the last date or time allotted for the given round—the round in which the seat is allocated—in order to accept the seat.
  • Once all of the documents have been verified, the assigned seat will either be confirmed or canceled. To accept a seat that has been allotted to them, a candidate must download the “Initial Seat Allotment Intimation Slip” and follow the instructions.

Step A Accept the Seat:  The candidate must accept the seat offered and choose one of the following options for the academic program for the next round: “Freeze,” “Slide,” or “Float”

Step B Upload the documents: The candidate must upload each of the necessary documents  listed on the JoSAA Portal.

Step C : Pay the Seat Acceptance Fee:

  • To be eligible for a seat in the IITs or NIT+ system, a candidate MUST pay the seat acceptance fee and complete the entire JoSAA process.
  • If the candidate does not pay the seat acceptance fee, the documents they have uploaded cannot be verified. The admission fee is distinct from the seat acceptance fee and varies by institute and candidate category.

Step 5: Document Verification: 

Students must get their documentation verified in this step in accordance with the schedule. Verification of the documents will be done online. Students won’t be permitted to report to the designated location for final admission until all of their documentation has been verified.

Step 6: Reporting the college:

The final step is for applicants to report at the designated institute to pay the balance due as well as complete any remaining admissions requirements.

Options on Seats Allotted in JoSAA Counselling

  • Floating: Candidates must choose this option if they want to accept the assigned seat but are also open to advancement and admission to more desirable institutions or programs.
  • Freezing: If a candidate is content with the seat they have been assigned and does not want to take part in any additional rounds of counseling, they must Freezing this option.
  • Sliding: Candidates who select the sliding option will be notified of their allotment but will also be eligible to enroll in a higher-level preferred course at the same institution.

JoSAA Counselling Fees

Before accepting the seats allotted by JoSAA Counseling, candidates must pay a Partial Admission Fee (PAF). The details for PAF for various categories are given below;

Categories(PAF) details
GEN/OBC-NCL/GEN-EWS Category₹40,000/
SC/ST/PwD Category₹20,000/

Payment method 

  •  After logging in, the JoSAA portal offers UPI, Net Banking, debit card, and credit card services.
  •  State Bank of India e-challan downloaded from the JoSAA portal upon login. 

Documents Required

  • Provisional JoSAA seat allotment letter 2023
  • Three passport-size photographs similar to one uploaded in JEE Main 2023 application form
  • Candidate Undertaking
  • Proof of Seat Acceptance Fee Payment by e-challan or Internet Banking through SBI
  • JEE Main Score Card 2023
  • JEE Main Admit Card 2023
  • Class 10th Standard Mark Sheet or Date of Birth Proof
  • Class 12 (or equivalent) Mark Sheet and Pass Certificate
  • Valid photo Identity Card
  • Medical Certificate
  • Category Certificate (if applicable)
  • PwD Certificate (if applicable)
  • OCI Certificate or PIO Card (if applicable)
  • Registration and Filled Choices for Seat Allotment

CSAB Counseling Process

Eligible candidates are required to register on the CSAB (Central Seat Allocation Board) portal, which can be accessed at https://csab.nic.in. The process ofcounseling is as follows:

Steps 1:  Registration

  • Visit the CSAB portal at https://csab.nic.in.
  • If you are applying for Engineering/Architecture programs, log in using your JEE (Main)- Roll Number and the password you created during JEE (Main)/JEE(Adv.) registration.
  • Remember to keep your password confidential and not share it with anyone.
  • After logging in, you can proceed with the registration process.
  • Make sure the data you enter matches the information available in the JEE (Main)- database of NTA. This is important for successful registration.
  • If there are any discrepancies, your registration may be cancelled.

Step 2: Filling up the registration form and Uploading Documents: 

During online registration for CSAB counseling, candidates need to provide and verify the following information on the CSAB portal:

  • Gender: Select your gender (male, female, or other).
  • State of Domicile: Mention your permanent residence state.
  • Category: Choose your category (General, OBC-NCL, SC, ST, etc.).
  • PwD Status: Indicate if you have a disability or fall under the Persons with Disability category.
  • Special Benefit claim for Manipur: Provide relevant details if you are eligible for special benefits in Manipur.
  • Sub-Tribe Claim for Nagaland: Provide relevant details if you have a sub-tribe claim in Nagaland.
  • PRC/Domicile: If required, provide proof of Permanent Resident Certificate or Domicile. The aggregate percentage of Class XII or equivalent marks: Enter your overall percentage in the Class XII or equivalent examination.

Additionally, candidates need to upload scanned copies (in PDF or JPG format) of the following documents as evidence:

  • Photo ID Proof as per Government of India guidelines
  • JEE(Main)  Admit Card (not applicable for pharmacy candidates)
  • Class X certificate
  • Class XII certificate
  • Domicile certificate
  • Category certificate
  • PwD certificate
  • Special benefit certificate
  • PRC/Domicile certificate (if applicable)

Step 3:  Document verification 

During CSAB counseling, officials verify uploaded documents to determine the eligibility of candidates. The outcomes of document verification are as follows:

  • If the uploaded documents are correct, the candidate’s candidature is confirmed, and they proceed with the counseling process.
  • If the uploaded documents are found to be incorrect or inaccurate, the candidate’s candidature is marked as “ineligible,” and they are disqualified from further participation in the counseling.
  • In case of any discrepancies or doubts regarding the documents, queries are raised by the verifying officials and communicated to the candidates through SMS/email.

Candidates are required to respond to the queries raised by the officials within the given timeframe using their login credentials. It is mandatory to address these queries to ensure a smooth counseling process.

Upon satisfactory resolution of the queries, the candidate’s candidacy is confirmed, and they can continue with the counseling process. However, if it is discovered that a candidate has provided incorrect, false, or fraudulent information, their allotted seat (if any) may be canceled. Additionally, they will be deemed ineligible for admission and may face legal consequences.

Eligible candidates, after successful document verification, can proceed to fill their preferred choices of programs and institutes online through the CSAB portal. It is crucial to provide accurate and genuine information throughout the counseling process to secure a seat in the desired program and institute.

Step 4: Choice filling and Choice locking

During CSAB counseling, candidates need to fill their preferred choices of branches and institutes in order of preference. Here is a simplified outline of the procedure:

  • Enable Pop-ups: Candidates should ensure that pop-ups are enabled on their internet browser before starting choice filling.
  • Eligibility and Restrictions: Candidates should check the institute’s websites for any special restrictions or criteria. They should only fill choices for which they are eligible. For example, some seats may not be available for female or PwD candidates. Candidates should not fill such choices. Additionally, some colleges are exclusively for girls, and male candidates filling those seats may face consequences.
  • Maximum Choices: Candidates are encouraged to fill the maximum number of choices in the order of their preference from the available seat choices.

Step 5: Saving and Locking Choices

  • Saving: After filling choices, candidates must SAVE their choices. Saved choices can be retrieved and modified later.
  • Locking: Candidates should LOCK their final choices before the scheduled date and time. Locked choices cannot be edited.
  • Procedure: Locking involves entering the password, confirming the locking, etc. Candidates should follow the steps carefully.
  • Printable Version: Once choices are locked, a printable version with terms and conditions will be displayed.
  • Download and Sign: Candidates must download the PDF of locked choices, sign it, and keep it for their records.

Automatic Locking: If a candidate fails to explicitly lock choices before the deadline, their last saved choices will be automatically locked. It is advised to lock choices personally and keep a printed copy.

Step 6: Online Seat Allotment ( Rounds and Online Reporting)

First-Round Seat Allotment  

Seat Allotment ResultSeats are allotted based on merit and choices. Result is displayed on CSAB Portal. No individual allotment letters are sent.
Acceptance FeePay the seat allotment/acceptance fee of Rs. 3,000 online via Net Banking, Debit Card, Credit Card, or SBI e-challan.
Willingness OptionsChoose one of the following options: Float, Slide, or Freeze.
Option-I (Float)Considered for higher preference choices across institutes in the next round.
Option-II (Slide)Considered for higher preference choices within the allotted institute in the next round.
Option-III (Freeze)Satisfied with the currently allotted seat and not considered for higher preference choices in the next round.
Option-III (Freeze) – Approval and AdmissionAllotments were communicated for approval. Download the Provisional Admission Letter (PAL) and report to the allotted institute.
Seat allotment/acceptance fee (SAF)Rs. 3,000/-
Refund PolicyInstitutes may or may not refund fees if a candidate withdraws. CSAB NEUT- is not responsible for refunds.
Option-I (float) or Option-II (Slide) – Second RoundWait for the second and final round of seat allotment.

Remember to follow the instructions, pay the acceptance fee, and complete the necessary procedures to secure admission in the desired institute.

Second-Round Seat Allotment  

Second Round of Seat Allotment– Processed as per business rules- Result displayed on CSAB portal
Eligibility for Second Round of Seat Allotment– Candidates not allotted a seat in the 1st round- Candidates who chose Option-I or Option-II
Seats Available for Second Round of Seat Allotment– Vacant seats after 1st round and online reporting
Process of Second Round of Seat Allotment– Sliding of allotted seats to higher choices- Allotment to candidates based on choices, merit, and rules
Seat allotment/acceptance fee (SAF)– Payment of Rs. 3,000/- – Approval by respective DTEs after verification
Provisional Admission Letter– Downloadable after approval
Reporting to Allotted Institute– Reporting with Provisional Admission Letter and necessary documents
Allotment of Seats– Final allotment after 2nd round of seat allotment

Step 7: Seat Withdrawal 

Candidates who have been allotted a seat in either the first or second round of seat allotment have the option to withdraw their seat within the specified timeframe. By doing so through the CSAB Portal, they will receive a refund of Rs. 2000 out of the total seat acceptance fee of Rs. 3000. However, withdrawing the seat means they forfeit their claim to the allotted seat. These candidates may still have the opportunity to participate in any spot round conducted by the respective DTE/NERIST.

Step 8: Reporting to the colleges

For physical reporting and admission, candidates who have downloaded the Provisional Admission Letter (PAL) should directly report to the allotted institute as per the schedule provided by CSAB NEUT-. They must bring all the required documents in their original form.

Documents Required During Physical Reporting

  • Printout of Provisional Admission Letter (PAL).
  • Undertaking by the candidate. (if applicable)
  • Photo ID proof
  • Admit Card of JEE (Main)- (For Engg./Arch. candidates)
  • Score Card of JEE (Main)- issued by NTA (downloaded score card is
  • acceptable) (For Engg. /Arch. Candidates).
  • Class X (High School) Board Certificate as proof of date of birth.
  • Certificate and Marks sheet of qualifying examination
  • Proof of fee paid
  • Certificate of category / subcategory / caste /sub-caste/PRC as applicable,
  • issued by the competent authority [Annexure -I for Non-Creamy Layer OBC
  • (OBC-NCL) and Annexure II for SC/ST]
  • Proof of place of examination center in case of final qualifying examination
  • is from the National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) formerly known as
  • National Open School (NOS).
  • One passport size photograph identical to the one pasted on the JEE (Main) Application form.
  • Permanent Resident Certificate/Domicile (Required for NERIST)
  • Medical Certificate (Annexure–IV)
  • Any other documents as desired by the admitted Institute.

Placement and Alumni Network 

Placement: The Kanya Gurukul Campus in Haridwar has a dedicated placement cell that focuses on providing career guidance and placement opportunities to its students. The placement cell establishes strong connections with leading companies, industries, and organizations to facilitate internships, industrial training, and job placements for the students. The placement team organizes various activities such as campus recruitment drives, job fairs, and mock interviews to prepare students for the competitive job market. 

They also offer career counseling, resume building workshops, and soft skills training to enhance students’ employability. The efforts of the placement cell have resulted in a commendable track record of successful placements across diverse sectors.

Alumni Network: The Kanya Gurukul Campus takes pride in its strong and extensive alumni network. The alumni association plays a crucial role in fostering a lifelong connection between the institute and its graduates. The alumni network provides a platform for alumni to connect, collaborate, and contribute back to their alma mater. They actively participate in various activities such as mentoring current students, conducting guest lectures, sharing industry insights, and providing career guidance. 

The alumni network also organizes reunions, alumni meets, and networking events to strengthen the bond among alumni and facilitate professional networking opportunities. The alumni of Kanya Gurukul Campus have achieved remarkable success in their respective fields and serve as inspiring role models for current students.

Contact Details

Kanya Gurukul Campus, Haridwar

  • Address– P.O Gurukula Kangri,Haridwar-249404
  • Email ID: registrar@gkv.ac.in
  • Website- https://www.gkv.ac.in/

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We offer a range of valuable predictors to guide students through this crucial journey. Here are some of the Predictor that we provide,

  • JEE Main Rank Predictor
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Engineering Admission Consultant 

As a JoSAA Counselling Expert, we offer specialized guidance and support for engineering admissions through the Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) Counselling process. Our team of knowledgeable Engineering Admission Consultants is well-versed in Josaa and CSAB counselling process, and we are dedicated to helping students achieve their dream of pursuing a successful engineering career.

With our expertise, we provide personalized assistance at every step of the admission process. Whether it’s college selection, application support, or understanding the JoSAA Counselling procedure, we are here to ensure a smooth and hassle-free experience for aspiring engineers. Our Engineering Admission Consultant, also guide students for state level counseling.

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Our expert counselling services cover JoSAA Counselling, CSAB Counselling, admission to top private engineering colleges, state-level counselling, and NRI counselling. Whether you aim for prestigious institutions like IITs and NITs or seek admissions in private colleges or state government engineering institutes, we are here to assist you at every step. Our experienced counsellors provide personalized guidance, ensuring you make informed decisions throughout the admission process. Here’re some of the details about JoSAA Expert Counsellings we offered;

  • Josaa Counselling
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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is Kanya Gurukul Campus, Haridwar?

A: Kanya Gurukul Campus, Haridwar is an educational institution located in Haridwar, Uttarakhand, dedicated to the education and empowerment of girls. It offers various academic programs and provides a conducive learning environment.

Q: What courses are offered at Kanya Gurukul Campus, Haridwar?

A: Kanya Gurukul Campus, Haridwar offers a wide range of courses in disciplines such as arts, science, commerce, and computer applications. The programs include undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, diploma courses, and certificate programs.

Q: What are the facilities available at Kanya Gurukul Campus, Haridwar?

A: Kanya Gurukul Campus, Haridwar provides several facilities to its students, including a well-equipped library, computer labs, Wi-Fi connectivity, sports facilities, a seminar hall, and various cultural and recreational amenities.

Q: How is the faculty at Kanya Gurukul Campus, Haridwar?

A: The faculty members at Kanya Gurukul Campus, Haridwar are highly qualified and experienced. They are dedicated to imparting quality education and mentoring students in their academic pursuits. The faculty members also engage in research and contribute to the intellectual growth of the institution.

Q: Does Kanya Gurukul Campus, Haridwar provide hostel facilities?

A: Yes, Kanya Gurukul Campus, Haridwar offers hostel facilities for its students. The hostels are well-maintained and provide a comfortable living environment. Separate hostels are available for different courses and there are adequate safety measures in place.

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