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.
|College Name:||National Institute of Technology, Raipur|
|Affiliated To:||Autonomous Institute|
|Address:||National Institute of Technology Raipur|
G.E. Road, Raipur
Chhatisgarh – 492010 INDIA
|Phone:||+91-771-2254200 fax : +91-771-2254600|
Mode of Admission: AIEEE & State Entrance Exam for UG courses, GATE for MTech
Streams at Graduate Level
|8||Electronics & Telecoms Engineering||60||1985|
|10||Computer Science & Engineering||60||2000|
|11||Bio Medical Engineering||40||2003|
Streams at Post-Graduate Level
|1||M.Tech in Applied Geology||3 years||10||1960|
|2||Master of Computer Application||3 years||60||1988|
|3||M.E. (Civil) in Water Resources and Irrigation Engineering||4 Semesters||13||1986|
|4||M.E. (Mechanical) in Energy System and Pollution||4 Semesters||13||1991|
|5||M.E. (Chemical) in Chemical Process Design||4 Semesters||13||1995|
|6||M.Tech. (Electrical) in Computer Engineering||4 Semesters||18||2000|
Fee structure for various courses:
|S. NO||Particulars ||Amounts|
|07||Internal & computer maintenance||300.00|
|08||Training & placement||250.00|
|09||Main exam fees academic years||2000.00|
|10||Student safety insurance||580.00|
Campus: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 alloy, mines etc., are located in the vicinity of the institute giving it a unique advantage for industry-institute interaction in various disciplines of engineering.
Central library: Library is a repository of resources that create a fundamental change in education. Adequate electronic resource facilities empower and enrich the higher education system in meeting the best academic needs.Users are able to access e-resources either by local or
remote locations. In this paper, we consider only electronic resources available at National Institutes of Technology (NITs) libraries across the country. The electronic resources consist of online journals databases,CD-ROM material and audio/video course materials. The
survey finds majority of libraries use 11 to 15 number of online journals databases, whereas 25 per cent libraries have the facility of more than 16 number of online journals databases. Very few libraries (20%) indicate that they have less than 10 online journals databases at their end.Eighty five percent of libraries have the facilities resourceful CD-ROMs /DVDs form. About 90 per cent of libraries obtain audio/video course materials. This
study also reveals the zone-wise performance among NIT libraries in India with respect to electronic resources availability. The South zone (75%) libraries have better off in comparing to the other zones libraries.
he institute has 5 boys and 1 girls hostel, within the campus. The institute also manages one additional girls hostel adjacent to campus. A 60-seat girls hostel is under construction adjacent to existing girls hostel within the campus. A plan for construction of a new hostel block for boys is under process. Each hostel is self-contained with amenities such as common room and a dining hall with mess. All the hostel rooms are adequately furnished. Each hostel has a capacity to house about 100 inmate students. Administrative head of each hostel, the warden, is a senior faculty member. Additionally, one caretaker/matron for each hostel exists to manage the day-to-day affairs of the hostel. Each hostel has different students working committees, mess committee, magazine committee, games committee, cleanliness committee etc. Each committee is responsible for specific aspects of hostel affairs. Separate hostel administrative section exists in the institute to manage the hostel matters. Two hostel blocks of 100 seat each, for the boys will be available for the first semester students and will be allotted on the basis of the merit. Lists for hostel admission will be declared after receiving the hostel admission forms by the hostel administration.