National Institute of Technology Patna


Created by the Ministry of Human Resources Development of the Government of India, the National Institute of Technology in Patna is an upcoming educational institute. The institute is dedicated to imparting knowledge in science and technology and is renowned for its excellence in the stream of education.

Although it was started on 28th January, 2004, the roots of this institute can be traced back to the establishment of the Survey Training School in 1886. The institute was later turned into the Bihar School of Engineering in the year 1900 and even later renamed as the Bihar College of Engineering with the introduction of the undergraduate degree courses. The National Institute Of Technology of Patna is affiliated to the Patna University. The institute proposes to soon achieve an independent status and turn into an autonomous body with its own educational curriculum.

In the under graduate level, admissions are granted through the All India Engineering Entrance Examination in the following departments:
  • Bachelor of Science in Engineering (B.Sc. Engg.)
  • Bachelors of Architecture (B.Arch)
The institute undertakes post graduate level programs in the following departments:
  • Masters of Science (M.Sc)
  • Master of Computer Application (MCA)
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)
There are many scholars also undertaking research programs under this institute. The college has a large campus by the River Ganges and accommodates students from other cities in the college hostel. The placement and training cells of the institute guarantee students jobs after the completion of their courses.

The National Institute of Technology in Patna is an accomplished institute with the perspective of delivering technically adept students who are proficient and marvel in the profession that the choose.

Last Updated on : March 30, 2016


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