National Institute of Technology (NIT) Srinagar – College Details

National Institute of Technology, Srinagar is one of the premier Educational Institutes in the Northern Regions of the country. It was established in 1960 and has been one of the eighteen Regional Engineering Colleges sponsored by the Govt. of India during the 2nd Plan. The Institute acquired the status of National Institute of Technology with deemed to be University status during August, 2003 and attained full autonomy in its Academics.

College Details

College Name:NIT, Srinagar,
Affiliated To:Autonomous Institute
Category:Co-Educational
Address:National Institute of Technology, Srinagar,
Jammu & Kashmir, India. Pin- 190006
Phone:0194 – 2424809 (Direct), 2429423 Ext. 2130
Fax    : 0194 – 2424809, 2420475
Email:ahmir@rediff.com
Website:http://www.nitsri.net
Map:
Campus Snapshot:

Courses Offered

Mode of Admission: AIEEE & State Entrance Exam for UG courses, GATE for MTech

Streams at Graduate Level

  • Architecture & Planning
  • Department of Chemistry
  • Applied Mechanics
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Applications
  • Computer Science & Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Electronics & Communication Engineering
  • Humanities
  • Information Technology

Streams at Post-Graduate Level

  • Architecture & Planning
  • Department of Chemistry
  • Applied Mechanics
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Applications
  • Computer Science & Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Electronics & Communication Engineering
  • Humanities
  • Information Technology

Fee Structure

Fee structure for various courses:

 Sr. no ParticularAmount
 1 Cost of feeRs. 100.00
 2 Admission feeRs.500.00
 3 Mess reserved fundRs.400.00
 4 Crest & TieRs.250.00
 5 Cost of syllabusRs.100.00
 6 Cost of indention cardRs.050.00
 7 Cost of exam cardRs.030.00
 8 Sports/Registration & Eligibility feeRs.360.00
 9 Cost of exam fromRs.020

(B) Refundable (One Time only )

Sr. NO Particular Amount
 1  Instt Caution Money  Rs. 500.00
 2  Mess Caution Money  Rs.500.00
 3  Hostel Caution Money  RS.300.00
 4  Library Caution Money  Rs.500.00
 5  Total  Rs. 1800.00

(c) Semester Fee (Non refundable)

 Sr. no  Particular Amount
 1  Tuition Fee  Rs. 17,500.00
 2  Hostel Rent  Rs. 450-00
 3  Water & Electricity charges  Rs. 400.00
 4  Students Welfare fund  Rs. 250.00
 5  Library admission fee  Rs. 200.00
 6  Games & other fee  Rs. 200.00
 7  Recreational facilities  Rs. 200.00
 8  Development Charges  Rs. 400.00
 9  Red Cross fund  Rs. 030.00
 10 Mess Establishment fund  Rs. 200.00
 11  Laboratory Charges  Rs. 200.00
 12  Examination fee (per semester ) Rs. 1000.00
 13 Total  Rs. 21,030.00

Placements

Facilities

Campus:Vision: To establish a unique identity of NIT Srinagar by development of high quality technical manpower and technological resources for contributing to the economic and social development of the nation at large and region in particular.
Mission: The mission of NIT Srinagar is to train & transform its students and faculty into well trained and highly motivated engineers, scientists, technologists who become knowledge makers as well as knowledge users for contributing to nation building with high degree of professional excellence.

Central library:The library tries its best to cope with the demands of the users by way of adopting new to newer technological advancement in field of library and information management,i.e. moving over to computerised networking infrastructure from manual one.In addition,library provides various conventional services also.

Hostel:NIT, Srinagar is heaven for students belonging from various parts of the country. To accomodate the students, NIT Sgr provides facility for students to live in hostels within the institute. There are six hostels in all, out of which 5 hostels are earmarked for boys and one for girls.

Events

NIT  Srinagar alumni to celebrate Golden Jubilee in Delhi:

Srinagar, Dec 27: The alumni of the National Institute of Technology (NIT), Srinagar, formerly known as the Regional Engineering College are planning to celebrate the Golden Jubilee of the Institute in New Delhi on February 19, 2011.
The initiative to organize this event has been taken by Pal Luthra, who is the
ex-student from the first batch (1960) of engineers from the Institute.
Pal Luthra is a batch-mate of the current director of the NIT and revisited the school in 2008 and spoke to the student body. He was heralded by his local batch mates, Muhammad Ashraf –a well known columnist and ex-director General of Tourism and Javed Shabir— retired ex-Managing Director of J & K Cements Limited.


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