Birla Institute of Technology

Birla Institute of Technology located at Mesra is one of the premier institutes of Ranchi. This deemed university is well known for its excellent standard of technical education.
It was declared as one of the top ten engineering colleges of India by the India Today magazine. Birla Institute of Technology offers various technical and engineering courses both at the graduation and post graduation level. The administration lies with the UGC and the A.I.C.T.E. The BIT Ranchi was established by Indian Industrialist BM Birla in the year 1955.

The admission process at the Birla Institute of Technology is rather stringent. Students who rank high in the AIEEE exams get admission to this premier college. Certain trivia of BIT Mesra Ranchi are:
  • BIT was the very first Institute to establish a Department of Space Engineering & Rocketry
  • BIT introduced the concept of Small Industries Entrepreneurs' Park and provided work shops for young entrepreneurs
  • BIT was the first institution to establish overseas extension centers in 2000. It collaborated with Universities in the USA, UK & Canada
  • It has some of the experienced faculty
  • Spacious campus and well equipped laboratories and workshops and libraries are present
  • Twelve hostels for boys and four for girls
  • Great facilities for sports
The different engineering subjects offered here are:
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Science & Engineering
  • Information Technology
  • Electrical & Electronics Engineering
  • Electronics & Communication Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Polymer Engineering
  • Production Engineering
  • Remote Sensing
  • Space Engineering and Rocketry
Applied sciences subjects are also taught over here. Pass outs of this institute get jobs in the best industries of India as well as abroad.

Last Updated on : March 28, 2016


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