The National Institute of Technology (formerly known as Regional Engineering College) Tiruchirappalli, situated in the heart of Tamil Nadu on the banks of river Cauvery, was started as a joint and co-operative venture of the Government of India and the Government of Tamil Nadu in 1964 with a view to catering to the needs of man-power in technology for the country. The college has been conferred with autonomy in financial and administrative matters to achieve rapid development. Because of this rich experience, this institution was granted Deemed University
Mode of Admission: AIEEE & State Entrance Exam for UG courses, GATE for MTech
Streams at Graduate Level
- Computer Science & Engineering
- Electrical & Electronics Engineering
- Electronics & Communication Engineering
- Instrumentation & Control Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
- Production Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
Streams at Post-Graduate Level
- Chemical Engineering
- Process control and instrumentation
- Transportation Engineering & Management
- Structural Engineering
- Environmental Engineering
- Computer Science
- Energy Engineering
- Applications are invited for Admission to M.S. / Ph.D. (Full time/Part time) Programmes for the year 2014 – 2015
Fee structure for various courses:
One time payment INR 4450 Payable every semester INR 27000 Refundable caution deposit INR 3500 Total fees payable at the time of admission INR 34550
Branch Class size Total placed CIVIL 53 45 C.S.E 72 69 E.E.E 76 73 E.C.E 80 74 MECH 73 67 MME 27 24 PROD 62 58 I.C.E 66 57 CHEM 47 38 ARCH 34 27 Total 590 532
Campus:Trichy is connected by road to Chennai (320 km), Madurai (142 km) and to all major towns in South India by regular bus services. Tiruchirapalli is an important junction on the Southern Railway. It connects Madras, Thanjavur, Madurai, Tuticorin, Tirupati, Rameswaram, Bangalore, Coimbatore, Cochin and Mangalore. It has an international airport, and is connected with Chennai (Madras), Singapore, Colombo, Kuwait, Sharjah, Calicut. Indian Airlines connects Trichy with Chennai, Sharjah, Calicut Kuwait and Colombo. Air Lanka Service connects Tiruchirapalli with Colombo.
Central library:The college has a modern central library with more than one lakh documents consisting of technical books, reports, standards and back volumes of journals. The library subscribes to 179 periodicals (print) plus 1000+ (e-Journals) besides a holding of 15943 bound volumes of journals (back numbers). The library also contains 15,000 books in the book bank.
Hostel:The PGP is currently a full-time residential programmer and plans are on to make the MDP programmer also a residential one by 2010. Single-seated accommodation facilities are available for all PGP participants in the campus premises, with separate blocks for men and women. MDP participants have a separate MDP hostel block while a housing block is available for FPM participants. Aesthetically designed, the hostel blocks are spread around the canteen, on the sides of the hillock. The hostels are interconnected, mostly in blocks of three.
Each of the blocks has a square in the center where basketball and/or badminton courts with artificial turf are maintained, with some blocks also having lawns in the square. Each hostel block has a common room where facilities such as wall-mounted televisions, printers, table-tennis tables and carrom and chess games are available. It is the common room that provides the scene of action for get-togethers, parties and informal discussions. Each block is also equipped with fully automatic washing machines and each floor is further equipped with landline phones, water coolers and water purifiers. Students also make use of the open terraces on each block for various purposes, ranging from drying clothes to hosting parties.
Fest ember is the annual cultural festival : of the National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli. This gala event has been been conducted for thirty five years , with colleges al l over south India vying for the prestigious rolling trophy, earlier called the Illayaraja trophy.
With great expectations to live up to, Fest ember 2010 or Fest ember X as it is called promises to be truly special.
The 36th edition is the biggest ever Fest ember, and this three day resplendent extravaganza boasts of more than 40 events ,drawing a disparate crowd of college-goers.
NIT Trichy’s annual International Techno-Management festival is all about these moments.
Be it the wondrous Workshops that incite sparks of passion, or the thought provoking Guest Lectures that set you thinking, the exigent Events that push seeming barriers or, quite simply, a personal Eureka moment amidst the deluge of ideas all around – the Pragyan experience is all about being there and making things happen. For the observers there’s plenty to learn; for the doers there’s even more to earn. So, whether you are crazy about coding, or an automobile aficionado, or for that matter, a business tycoon in the making, identify your forte and brace yourself. For the bar is set to be raised.
Fest ember is the inter college cultural, literary and arts extravaganza of our college held usually in September. Misconstrued as a “fest in September”, the actual origins of Fest ember is “A fest to remember”. The fest has college students in South India swarming over to compete for the coveted Fest ember Rolling Trophy.
One of the major highlights of Fest ember has been the pro-nites which have seen celebrity bands come down and rock the campus alive with their foot tapping and soul swaying music. Also on the agenda are the various literary competitions split up between English, Hindi and Tamil along with the cultural and arts events.