Hitkarni College of Engineering Technology, Jabalpur

Hitkarni College of Engineering Technology, Jabalpur is one of the leading engineering colleges in the city of Jabalpur. One of the best Jabalpur colleges, the institute has opened doors in the year 1997 and is reputed to be one of forerunners of engineering science and technology in Central India.

Hitkarni College of Engineering Technology, Jabalpur is a distinguished Jabalpur engineering college that is affiliated to the Rani Durgawati Vishwavidyalaya. The private college that has also received the recognition of All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) stands tall in the Hitkarni Hills.

The institute also offers courses in the disciplines of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Electronics and Telecoms Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Information Technology, Civil Engineering as well as Mechanical Engineering. Each of these streams have an intake of 60 students. Apart from the quality pedagogical instructions, the institute also emphasizes on practical works, laboratory experiments as well as field visits. Regular industrial tours are also organized by the college. The curriculum is at par with the industry needs and eminent industrial magnets often visit the college as distinguished visiting faculty. The regular faculty also comprises highly qualified staff. A well endowed library that houses several volumes of all the requisite text and reference books as well the subscription to several leading journals as well as state of the art laboratories are some of the special highlights of the college. The college has a highly efficient placement cell that boasts of an excellent network. Consequently, the college records nearly 100% campus placement.

For further information, contact:

Hitkarni College of Engineering Technology, Jabalpur
Telephone: +91-0761-2600222, 2600223, 2310270
Fax: +91-0761-2313151

Last Updated on 30th Nov 2012



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