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National Institute of Technology (NIT), Raipur, Chhattisgarh
National Institute of Technology (NIT), Raipur, Chhattisgarh
Address:GE Road, National Highway-6
Raipur (District Raipur)
Chhattisgarh, IndiaPin Code : 492010
National Institute of Technology (NIT), Raipur Chhattisgarh is a University recognised by UGC. Status: Deemed University. National Institute of Technology (NIT), Raipur Chhattisgarh is also known as Formerly Government Engineering College, Raipur. National Institute of Technology (NIT), Raipur Chhattisgarh was established on / in 14th September 1956.
National Institute of Technology (NIT) is situated in Raipur of Chhattisgarh state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Fax # of National Institute of Technology (NIT), Raipur Chhattisgarh is +91-771-2254600.
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Website of National Institute of Technology (NIT), Raipur Chhattisgarh is www.nitrr.ac.in.
Chairman : Mr Lalit Surjan.
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Contact Details of National Institute of Technology (NIT), Raipur Chhattisgarh are : Telephone: 0771-2254200
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CoursesNational Institute of Technology (NIT), Raipur Chhattisgarh runs course(s) in Architecture, Computer Applications, Engineering, Information Technology, University stream(s).
Under Graduate Programme :
B.Tech(Electronics and Telecom Engineering) B.Tech(Information Technol
At present the institute offers graduate level courses in twelve disciplines.
Bio Medical Engineering
Computer Science & Engineering
Department of Chemistry
Department of Mathematics
Department of Physics
Electronics & Telecom. Engineering
Master In Computer Application
Profile of National Institute of Technology (NIT)National Institute of Technology Raipur (Formerly Government Engineering College Raipur), situated in the capital of a newly incepted state of Chhattisgarh, has proven to be avant-grade in the field of science and technology over past few decades in this region. With sweet memory of foundation ceremony by our president Hon ble Dr. Rajendra Prasad on 14th September 1956. the institute started with two departments namely Metallurgical and Mining Engineering. Later the inauguration of the Institute building was done by our Prime Minister Hon ble Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru on 14th March 1963. From 1st December 2005, the institute has become the National Institute of Technology.
The Institute, located in Raipur, the Capital City of Chhattisgarh State, is spared over an area of 100 acres. Raipur city is well connected with Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Visakhapatnam, Nagpur and Bhubneshwar by regular flights and is on the main Howrah-Mumbai railway line route. The institute is 5 km from Raipur railway station and 14 km from airport on NH-6, the Great Eastern Road. The state of chhattisgarh is a mineral rich state having enormous potential for development with seemingly inexhaustible natural resources of coal, iron ore, lime stones, dolomite, tin, gem-stones and other minerals. Many industries, such as those of cement, steel, steel alooy, mines etc., are located in the vicinity of the institute giving it a unique advantage for industry-institute interaction in various disciplines of engineering. The first President of independent India honorable Dr. Rajendra Prasad laid the Foundation stone of the college building on 14th September 1956. The construction work was completed in 1962 and inauguration was on 14th March 1963 by India's first Prime Minister Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru. After independence and with reorganisation of the state of Madhya Pradesh, the government attention was directed towards giving priority to overall development of technical education.
Till as late as 1956 there were only three technical institutes in the country offering courses in the important fields of Mining and Metallurgical Engineering. In view of this fact and also with an aim of harnessing the ample mineral resources of the region, this institute was set-up on 1st May 1956 as Government College of Mining and Metallurgy. The first session of the college commenced from 1st July 1956 with the admission of 15 students each in Mining and Metallurgy Engineering. In 1958-59 with the commencement of additional courses in Civil, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering the college came to be known as Government College of Engineering and Technology. Later graduate courses in Chemical Engineering (1965), Architecture (1984), Electronics (1985), Information Technology, Computer Science and Technology (2000), Biotechnology, Biomedical Engineering (2003) were also started. In view of its great past with 50 years old record of excellence and several strengths, the institute has been declared as National Institute of Technology (NIT) by the Central Government on 1st Dec. 2005. The institute is committed to the challenging task of development of technical education by preparing seasoned graduates in highly sophisticated field of engineering and technology. Development of India as an emerging industrial power is a demanding exercise as it involves the combination of cost effectiveness and efficiency along with producing world-class technology at the cutting edge. For about five decades we have been doing it with sincerity and commitment at NIT Raipur.
Authorities of the Institute
The following shall be the Authorities of the Institute, namely:
A Board of Governors
A Finance Committee
The Board of Governors of the Institute shall consist of the following persons, namely:
(a) The Chairman: An Eminent Technologist/ Engineer/ Industrialist/ Educationist to be nominated by the Central Government.
(b) Nominee of the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India.
(c) Nominee of the Higher/Technical Education, Government of Chhattisgarh.
(d) Head of another Technical Institution in the region or an eminent technologist nominated by the Central Government.
(e) Director of the Indian Institute of Technology [in the region] or his nominee.
(f) Nominee of the UGC not below the rank of Deputy Secretary.
(g) Nominee of the AICTE not below the rank of an Advisor.
(h) An alumnus of the Institute from amongst alumni in education /industry to be nominated by Board of Governors.
(i) Two representatives representing large, medium and small scale industries to be nominated by the Central Government.
(j) One Professor and one Associate/Assistant Professor of the Institute by rotation and seniority.
(k) Director of the Institute: ex-officio Member Secretary
The Senate of the Institute shall comprise of the Director of the Institute who shall be the ex-officio Chairman of the Senate and such other members as may be laid down in the Rules. Subject to the provisions of this MOA, the Rules and the regulations, the Senate of the Institute shall have the control and general regulation, and be responsible for the maintenance of standards of instruction education and examination in the Institute and shall exercise such other powers and perform such other duties as may be conferred or imposed upon it by the Rules.
The Senate of the Institute shall consist of the following persons, namely:-
a) The Director, ex-officio, who shall be the Chairman of the Senate;
b) The Professors (including Professors of Training and Placement) appointed or recognized as such by the Institute for the purpose of imparting instruction in the Institute;
c) Deans, Heads of the Departments, Centers, Schools or divisions other than Professors;
d) Chief Warden;
e) Three Persons, not being employees of the Institute, to be nominated by the Chairman in consultation with the Director from among educationists of repute; and
f) Not more than six other members for their special knowledge appointed by the Chairman after consultation with the Director for such period as may be specified by the Chairman.
Chairman of the Board of Governors
(1) Chairman of the Board shall preside over the meetings of the Board and at the Convocations of the institute.
(2) It shall be the duty of the Chairman to ensure that the decisions taken by the Board are implemented.
(3) The Chairman shall exercise such other powers and perform such other duties as may be assigned to him by this MOA or the Rules.
Director of the Institute
(1) The Director of the Institute shall be appointed by the Central Government for a term of five years.
(2) The Director shall be the principal academic and executive officer of the Institute and shall be responsible for the proper administration of the Institute and for imparting instructions and maintenance of discipline therein.
(3) The Director shall submit annual reports and accounts to the Board.
(4) The Director shall exercise such other powers and perform such other duties as may be assigned to him by this MOA or the Rules or Regulations.
(1) The Registrar of the Institute shall be appointed on such terms and conditions as may be laid down by the Rules and shall be the custodian of records the common seal of the Institute and such other property of the Institute as the Board shall commit to his charge.
(2) The Registrar shall act as the Secretary of the Senate and such Committees as may be prescribed by the Rules.
(3) The Registrar shall be responsible to the Director for the proper discharge of his functions as decided by him from time to time.
(4) The Registrar shall exercise such other powers and perform such other duties as may be assigned to him by this MOA / the Rules / the Director
The Finance Committee
The Finance Committee, shall consist of the following persons, namely:
a. The Chairman, ex-officio, who shall be the Chairman of the Committee;
b. Two persons nominated by the Central Government;
c. Two persons nominated by the Board from amongst its members; and
d. The Director, ex-officio;
e. The Registrar, ex-officio Member Secretary.
Building and Works Committee
The Building and works Committee shall consist of the following persons, namely: -
a) The Director, ex-officio, who shall be the Chairman of the Committee;
b) One person nominated by the Central Government;
c) One person nominated by the Board from amongst its member; and
d) The Registrar, ex-officio Member Secretary
e) Dean, Planning & Development
f) Nominee of the CPWD or the PWD (Civil Wing)
g) Nominee of the CPWD or the PWD (Electrical Wing)
Council of National Institute of Technology
(1) With effect from such date as the Central Government may specify in this behalf a central body to be called the Council will be established.
(2) The Council may consist of the following members:
a) Minister of HRD, Government of India Chairman
b) Education Secretary, Ministry of HRD, Government of India Member
c) Principal Advisor (Education). Planning Commission Member
d) Secretary, Department of Science & Technology. Govt. of India Member
e) Director General, Council of Scientific & Industrial Research Member
f) Special Secretary / Additional Secretary / Educational advisor (T)
Ministry of HRD, Government of India Member
g) Chairman, UGC Member
h) Chairman AICTE Member
i) Financial Advisor, Ministry of HRD, Government of India Member
j) Two Chairman of the Boards of the Institutes (By rotation) Member
k) Five Directors of the Institutes (By rotation) Member
l) One Director of IIT (By rotation in alphabetic order) Member
m) Two Secretaries of Higher / Technical Education from
states where NIT are located (by rotation) Member
n) Two persons from Industry nominated by the Central Government Member
Joint Secretary (Technical Education) / Joint Educational Advisor (T)
Ministry of HRD, Government of India.
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The ChairmanLalit Surjan, veteran Hindi Journalist, educationist, social activities and peace worker, started his career from Jabalpur with the family-owned daily newspaper Deshbandhu in 1961 as a trainee journalist. He worked at various desks in the editor section and also in various departments of the newspaper. He became the Chief Editor on 1st January 1995.
He also received formal training at Press Institute of India, and was selected for the prestigious Senior Editorial Fellowship of Thomson Foundation; Cardiff, U.K. Lalit Surjan also published a weekly journal for university students titled 'Snatak' between 1966 to 1969. In 1969, he became the Honorary Head of the newly established Department of Journalism of Ravishankar University, Raipur - a position he relinquished in 1972. However, he still devotes considerable time for teaching journalism to college students, village children and rural correspondents.
The Govt. of India appointed Lalit Surjan in December 2006 as the Chairman, Board of Governor, National Institute of Technology, Raipur for a five-year term. He is also on the executive committee of National Literacy Mission Authority (NLMA). Earlier, his services were also summoned to serve as a member on All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and National Council for Teacher's Education (NCTE). Beside, he has served on various official and non official panels in the cause of education, environment, world peace, human rights & dignity and communal harmony etc. at national and international level.
Shri Surjan is a well-known author and has so far published two poetry collections and two essay collections. His article, mainly on current affairs, governance and literature, regularly appear in various journals. He closely works with several civil society organization and served as District Governor of Rotary International District 3260 (Orissa, Chhattisgarh & Mahakoshal) in 1993-94. He was honoured as the Best Governor of the Year and in 1995 was felicitated with Citation of Meritorious Service of The Rotary Foundation. At present he is on the Advisory Board of Rotary News and Rotary Samachar magazines.
Lalit Surjan is a widely traveled person and had opportunity of accompanying two Prime Minister of India on their respective foreign visits. He is a recipient of Indian Jaycees' TOYP (The Outstanding Young Person) award and much other recognition. He is happily married to Maya, a well known public figure in her own right. They are parents to three daughters and an adopted one.
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Director of ProfileDr. (Mrs.) S. K. Pandey has been a Merit Scholarship holder throughout her career from school to the university degree level. She obtained B.E. (Chemical), M.E. (Chemical) and Ph.D. degrees from University of Roorkee and possesses around Thirty-Three years of Experience as faculty member at National Institute of Technology. Tiruchirapalli. She has been a dedicated teacher, researcher and an administrator and has worked at number of key positions such as Member, Executive Committee, ISTE Local Chapter (1988-92), Professor-in-charge, M.Tech. (Plant Design) and Research Activities in the Dept. of Chemical Engg. (1996-03), Controller of Examination (P.G. & B.Arch.) during 2000-01, Professor & Head, Department of Training & Placement during 2002-03 at N.I.T. Tiruchirappali and Technical Expert for National River Action Plan Pollution Abatement in River Cauvery, 1998-2003, She has been Director at National Institute of Technology, Srinagar w.e.f Dec. 2003 to Mar. 2005. She has demonstrated a high level of integrity and sincerity while working at all the above positions and the net outcome has been the positive changes in the work environment and the attainment of ultimate goals.
Dr. (Mrs.) Pandey has been actively involved in R&D work in the area of Heat transfer, Environment and Energy Engineering and has presented/published 109 research papers in the various National / International Journals and conference in the area of Heat transfer, Environmental Issues & Energy. She has visited USA, U.K. and Singapore to present her research work and was invited by foreign universities to deliver lectures. She has guided 4 Ph. D. scholars and 22 M.Tech. Students for Research in addition to large number of B.Tech. students in chemical Engineering.
Considering all her academic achievements and research contribution, Dr. (Mrs.) S.K. Pandey has been conferred with the following State/National / International Awards and Honours:
1. Tamilnadu Women Scientist Award (1999-2000)
2. Bharat Vikas Award (2001)
3. Women of the Year - 2001, conferred by ABI, USA.
4. Member, Research Board of Advisers, conferred by ABI, USA 2002.
5. Biography published in Who's Who, Ninth Edition of Intl. Business Women. USA.
6. Best paper Award twice during paper presentation in National Conferences.
7. Jewel of India Award (2004)
8. National Udyog Excellence Award for NIT, Srinagar (2004)
9. Bharat Excellence Award and Gold Medal, 2005.
10. Eminent Citizen of India Award for Outstanding Achievements, 2006
11. National Achievement Award for Education Excellence and Gold Medal, 2006.
12. Rising Personalities of India award for Outstanding Services & Achievement 2006.
13. Arch of excellence Award for Outstanding Services, Achievement and Contributions, 2007
14. Indian Golden Achievers Award & Gold Medal for Outstanding Services, 2007
15. Contest2Winner for participating in Brainstorm-Stirred Contest on Internet
Dr. (Mrs.) Pandey, believes in doing things differently and to accept new challenges. It was a matter of great courage and self confidence with which she had accepted the most challenging assignment as Director at N.I.T. Srinagar and performed her duties with utmost care and patience to improve the work culture of the institute, which had suffered enormously due to militancy in the state of J&K over the past fifteen years.
She had taken up the assignment as Director at Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering & Technology, Longowal, District Sangrur, Punjab on July 10, 2006 and was relieved on August 22, 2008 to join NIT Raipur as Director after Joining NIT Trichy for few days. In this short period, she has made number of reforms in order to achieve academic excellence and SLIET Longowal was granted the status of Deemed-to-be University in April 2007 under her able leadership.
Dr. (Mrs.) S. K. Pandey has shown an excellence academic performance during her period of studies as well as during her service tenures at NIT Tiruchirappali, NIT Srinagar and at SLIET Longowal. In these institutes, she has established a track record of academic excellence and high administrative standards.
Campus And LocationCampus
The Institute, located in Raipur, the Capital City of Chhattisgarh State, is spared over an area of 100 acres. Raipur city is well connected with Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Visakhapatnam, Nagpur & Bhubneshwar by regular flights and is on the main Howrah-Mumbai railway line route. The institute is 5 km from Raipur railway station and 14 km from airport on NH-6, the Great Eastern Road. The state of chhattisgarh is a mineral rich state having enormous potential for development with seemingly inexhaustible natural resources of coal, iron ore, lime stones, dolomite, tin, gem-stones and other minerals. Many industries, such as those of cement, steel, steel alooy, mines etc., are located in the vicinity of the institute giving it a unique advantage for industry-institute interaction in various disciplines of engineering.
Starting with two branches in 1956 the institute has grown in tandem with the major surrounding industries - the Bhilai Steel Plant, SECL, BALCO and NTPC, Korba - and presently offers 12 undergraduate and 6 Postgraduate courses including M.C.A and M.Tech. in Applied Geology. The institute offers facilities for Ph.D. and also under takes R & D activities, provides testing, consultancy and other extension services including continuing education to the industry through the Industry Institute Interaction cell and the placement of the student through the Department of Training & Placement. The students have brought laurels to the institute and very well placed in Government organisation, Public and Private Sectors, Multinational Companies, Universities, research organisation in India and abroad.
The Institute is contributing to the technological, industrial and economical development of the region and the country for last five decades. The Institute has long recognized its role in engineering education, generation and dissemination of useful and relevant technologies in the service of the society.
As you move along the National Highway # 6 (from Raipur to Bhilai) the largest campus which comes to notice and building which strikes your imagination immediately will be that of Govt. Engineering College, Raipur, spread over an area of 100 acres, it is one of the biggest campus amongst all the technical institutions of Chhattisgarh. The campus is a completely planned entity consisting of the main institute building, six hostel blocks, residential quarters for teaching and non-teaching staff, a bank, a separate PWD and electricity office for campus maintenance, a well equipped dispensary and a well maintained guest house. The campus has got an additional facility of a local railway station meant specially for the benefit of the students of nearby areas. This campus is away from hubbubs of the city yet it is easily accessible from it. The institute is about 5 km from the Raipur railway station and about 12 km from the air port.
The institute has a well - organised, magnificent building symbolising the grandeur of the institute. This huge building alone covers a total area of 62060 sq.m. It is a triple storied planned structure alongwith a central tower standing upto the height 23 meters. There are 35 lecture halls extending over an area of 6675 sq.m & 13 drawing halls/studios extending over an area of 3510 sq.m. about 85 labs over an area of 11510 sq.m. The other amenities comprise of a canteen, cycle stand, N.C.C, N.S.S department, a student activity centre co-operative store, and dispensary. The building is being further extended for the architecture and electronics departments with the construction cost of about Rs. 40 Lakh.
Raipur, the capital of Chhattisgarh, has been the place of strategic importance- being the gateway to the mineral rich Chhattisgarh state, having an enormous potential for development with seemingly inexhaustible natural resources. The city of Raipur is situated on the trunk line connecting Bombay and Howrah at a distance 831 Km from Howrah and 311 Km from Nagpur on the national highway #6. The location of this institute is in the vicinity of Bhilai steel plant. Raipur is well connected through Air-Routes from Mumbai, New Delhi, Chennai, Bhubaneshwar, Vizag, Nagpur and Kolkata.
Faculties* Applied Geology
* Applied Mechanics
* Bio Medical Engineering
* Bio Technology
* Chemical Engineering
* Civil Engineering
* Computer Science & Engineering
* Department of Chemistry
* Department of Mathematics
* Department of Physics
* Electrical Engineering
* Electronics & Telecom. Engineering
* Information Technology
* Master In Computer Application
* Mechnaical Engineering
* Mining Engineering
* Metallurgy Engineering
NIT student commits suicideRaipur: A first year student of the National Institute of Technology (NIT), Raipur, committed suicide on Friday by hanging himself. Police have filed a case and sent the body to Ambedkar Hospital where the post-mortem will be conducted on Saturday.Pankaj, 19, a Chemical Engineering (Ist yr) student at the institute, was from Bastar and was staying at room no 13 at the institutes hostel. He committed suicide in his room on Friday at around 9:15 pm by hanging himself. His family members have been informed about his death.
Police are clueless about the reasons behind the suicide and are questioning Pankajs friends. This is the second case of student suicide in the city in two days. On Thursday Alpesh Singh of Government Engineering College, Sejbahar, had committed suicide.
Late from break: NIT imposes fine on 900 studentsRaipur: The National Institute of Technology (NIT) has imposed a fine of Rs 1000 each on 900 of its first semester students for their mass bunk from classes. This is the first time the institute has taken such a stern step against its students.The institute had declared its vacation from December 10-28. However, the first semester students joined back college only on January 10.All classes were cancelled on Monday and the announcement regarding the fine was made which created a stir among the students. A fine of Rs 100 per day has been imposed on all 900 students.The students, however, blame the college authority for not making it clear when the colleges would open. Some students say that they got delayed because of the Gujjar protests which blocked many train routes.
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