The YMCA Institute Of Engineering ,Faridabad was established in the year 1969,as a joint venture of the National Council Of YMCAs of India , Govt Of Haryana,and the Central Agencies for Development Aid ,Bonn, Germany .It started as an Indo-German project with an aim to impart technical education to a developing India on German pattern .
The labs & workshops have been setup with the assistance of German expertise. In 1996,State Govt. of Haryana took complete control of the Institute .The Institute offers 4-year B.Tech degree course in five disciplines i.e
Electronics & Instrumentation Control
Electronics & Communication Engineering
Mechanical Engineering( with specialization in Refrigeration & Air Conditioning, Machine Tool Operation & Maintenance, Welding & Sheet Metal Technology)
The institute has
added three new chapters in it’s glorious
history i.e M.C.A, M.Tech (Computer Engineering,
Electrical Engineering & Mechanical
Engineering) & Ph.D.
It is affiliated to M.D.University,Rohtak
And it follows it’s course curriculum
duly approved by the industries and the
university .The salient features of German
education have been retained & as such
the institute stands apart from other colleges
Right from the very beginning the institute
has emphasized greatly on practical work
related to industry. As a result our students
are well accepted by the industries .The
fact that many of them are enterpreneurs
with names of the repute at national and
international level establishes the same.
The institute is situated on national highway-2,Mathura
Road,30 km from nation’s capital .The
institute campus is located in the sprawling
Faridabad-Ballabgarh Industrial complex.
The students are admitted to institute strictly
on the basis of their merit in the All India
Engineering Entrance Test (AIEEE),conducted
under the administrative control of Deptt.
Of Technical Education Of Haryana. Infact,
the institute is the most sought after among
the top rankers.
The sophisticated equipments/machines in
the workshops and laboratories enable the
students to operate various machines independently
so as to acquire thorough knowledge and
develop competence in their respective skills.