Government Engineering College, Ajmer, is generally referred to as ECA. It is a public state technical college located in Ajmer, India. It was established in 1997. The foundation stone was kept by Former Technical Education Kalicharan Saraf at BADALIYA . It is one of the engineering colleges in Rajasthan.
The Government Engineering College, Ajmer is located at Badaliya Chouraha, near N.H.8, Ajmer. The campus is built on almost 300 acres of land and is surrounded by many hills. The beautiful and serene Jain temple, the Nareli temple, stands nearby. A six lane road connecting Jaipur and Jodhpur passes just opposite to the college. The campus has, in all, two main buildings, known commonly among students as Old Building and New Building. These are the buildings where most of the classes are held. Also these buildings constitute the Central Lab, Chemistry Lab, and the Physics Lab among various other laboratories. Just in front of the Old Building is a garden and a Volleyball court. These help the students rest, while no classes are going on. A few meters away is the sports room, which has a variety of indoor sports the students can play. Behind the new building is the Mechanical Complex. This is a collection of some rooms and labs focusing mainly on the Mechanical branch. Opposite to this, is the college library, which holds a huge collection of books on every subject. Also, there is separate building for Civil Department. The hostels are currently in development. GEC Ajmer has a Wi-Fi campus, and has students and teachers working together to make it an full anti-ragging campus.