Ahmedabad-based L.D. College of Engineering celebrates its 75th anniversary and a large number of its alumni have stepped up to help place it on the map of the world in terms of infrastructure and student amenities. The kind contributions of numerous alumni, campus improvement facilities worth over Rs 15 crore were unveiled on Friday during the Global Alumni Meet.
Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel, an alumnus of the college, encouraged all government support for its future development at the Global Alumni Meet on Friday at LDEC.
The site, facilities, and infrastructure of the college have all undergone a total makeover due to a number of alumni who have also given their services. Chairman of HN Safal Group Dhiren Vora and a graduate of the civil engineering class of 1991, has taken on the project to refurbish the campus over the course of the next 3 years.
Another civil engineer from the 1982 batch, Owner of Astral, Sandeep Engineer, has promised to upgrade and add facilities to the campus in order to bring it up to line with international standards. A master plan for the institution has also been created by Rajesh Brahmbhatt of the Batch 1990 and the B Safal group, which includes landscaping and the development of the Civil Lawn, the college’s entry plaza.
Director of Space Application Centre- ISRO NM Desai expressed his gratitude towards his alma mater and said, “I am what I am because of the institute. I have learnt the most important life lessons- freedom of learning, the ability to question everything and working together- here. Jo chori pan karishu to pan sathe j karishu..(even if you cheat, cheat together).”
The main goals of Gujarat State’s L. D. College of Engineering (LDCE), Ahmedabad are to provide higher education, research, and training in a variety of engineering and technology-related subjects. The Department of Technical Education, Government of Gujarat, administers the institute, which is connected with Gujarat Technological University, Ahmedabad.
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