Coimbatore Institute of Technology

Coimbatore Institute of Technology or CIT is one of the prestigious institution in Tamil Nadu. It was established in 1956 by V. Rangasamy Naidu Educational Trust to promote scientific and technical education in the district of Coimbatore. CIT is an autonomous institution, affiliated to the Anna University.

CIT has been recognized by the All India Council of Technical Education. This Institute of Technology has been granted an autonomy by the UGC and the Government of Tamil Nadu. From the academic year of 1987-88, the institute received its autonomous status. With the grant Coimbatore Institute of Technology was able to restructure its curricula and carry on the evaluation of the students on their own.

The total campus area of CIT is 25.4 hectares. Currently there are about 3000 students pursuing courses from this institute. For the students of CIT, the institute has the facilities of

  • Library
  • Auditorium
  • Guest House
  • Canteen
  • Hostel blocks
  • Bank

    The courses offered by Coimbatore Institute of Technology are

  • B. E. and B. Tech Degree
  • M.E. and M. Tech Degree
  • Part Time B.E.
  • B. Sc Degree
  • M. Sc Degree
  • M .Sc Software Engineering
  • M. Phil Degree
  • Ph. D. Degree
  • Post Graduate Diploma

    Coimbatore Institute of Technology aims at a qualitative development of the students beside disseminating standard education. It looks after the development in students' attitude and discipline. A sound interaction among the students and the staff is maintained. The institution has a well structured placement cell for the students of the institution.
    With an outstanding academic record the Coimbatore Institute of Technology has celebrated its Golden Jubilee Year only last year.

    Last Updated on 24 August 2012



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