Dev Bhoomi Group of Institutions to host National HR Summit 2020
DEV BHOOMI GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS
Dev Bhoomi Campus, Chakrata Road Navgaon, Manduwala, Dehradun- 248007, Uttarakhand, INDIA
Phone No : 0135-2694241, 42,43,44,45
Toll-Free: 1800 103 4049
Dev Bhoomi Group of Institutions, Dehradun, Uttarakhand situated amidst the verdant and pristine environs in the land of God, has always been committed to generating, disseminating, and preserving knowledge. The Institute has proved itself true to its name by helping students of all academic abilities achieve their full potential through providing world-class education and unsurpassed facilities.
Dev Bhoomi Group of Institutions, established in the year 2005 as the college of engineering through its dedication and perseverance has made its name amongst India's top institutes with multi-faceted regimes and courses.
DBGI incorporates over 42 acres of campus in Dehradun, which exclusively deals with the courses in the fields of Engineering, Management, Pharmacy, Architecture, Agriculture, and Ayurveda. Besides, DBGI always aspires for a global level of excellence in education and therefore is working continuously on further expansion. Currently, the Institute has two more campuses situated across other states, viz. Saharanpur and Kurukshetra.
DBGI believes that providing knowledge is the most powerful means of doing good in this country. Hence, the Institute has been proving itself as the high-quality education provider, which not only focuses on academics but the holistic learning experience of an individual. The Institute has always been devoted towards excellence in teaching, research, and innovation, which helps in constructing the groomed, passionate, and industry-oriented individuals.
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