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National Institute of Technology (NIT) Calicut – College Details

National Institute of Technology Calicut (NITC) is located about 22 kilometers north-east of Calicut City. National Institute of Technology Calicut is a Technical Institution of national importance set up by an Act of parliament(Act 29 of 2007) namely, the National Institute of technology Act 2007, which received the assent of the President of India.

College Details

College Name: National Institute of Technology, NIT C
Affiliated To: Autonomous Institute
Category: Co-Educational
Address:  Dr. R. Vijaya Kumar, Chairperson ,
Under Graduate Admissions ,
NITC, NIT Campus P.O,
Calicut – 673601 india
Phone: 0495-2286118,2286110
Email: ugadmissions@nitc.ac.in
Website: http://www.tathva.org
Map:
Campus Snapshot:

Courses Offered

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

Streams at Graduate Level

  •    Architecture
  •     Civil Engineering
  •     Computer Science and Engineering
  •      Chemical Engineering
  •      Electrical Engineering
  •      Electronics and Communication Engineering
  •      Mechanical Engineering
  •      Chemistry
  •      Mathematics
  •      Physics
  •     chemical engineering
  •     School of Management Studies
  •    School of Biotechnology
  •    School of Nano Science and Technology

Streams at Post-Graduate Level

  •       Architecture
  •       Civil Engineering
  •       Computer Science and Engineering
  •       Chemical Engineering
  •      Electrical Engineering
  •      Electronics and Communication Engineering
  •       Mechanical Engineering
  •      Chemistry
  •       Mathematics
  •        Physics
  •       chemical engineering

Fee Structure

Fee structure for various courses

Placements

Facilities

Campus:set in align=lepta picturesque landscape at the foothills of the Western Ghats, National Institute of Technology Calicut (NITC) is located about 22 kilometers north-east of Calicut City. National Institute of Technology Calicut is a Technical Institution of national importance set up by an Act of parliament(Act 29 of 2007) namely, the National Institute of technology Act 2007, which received the assent of the President of India on 5th June,2007. The provision of the Act have come into force with effect from 15th August,2007 as per Notification S.O.1384(E) dated 9th August, 2007 of the MHRD(Dept. of Higher Education),New Delhi. As per the provision of the said Act, this Institution runs on non profitable basis.

Central library:Central Library at National Institute of Technology Calicut, Kerala State, India, offers its services to about 8000 users comprising undergraduate, post graduate students and research scholars of different branches of Engineering and Faculty and Staff from various departments of the institute and Neighboring Institutions. The NITC Library underwent considerable modernisation over the past decade in terms of traditional holdings, back volume collections, digital resources, electronic databases etc.

Hostel:NIT Calicut has totally thirteen hostels including four PG Hostels and one Ladies’ Hostel. The boys’ hostels are situated close to the academic area, while ladies’ hostel is within the residential campus. Total number of inmates of NITC Hostels is nearly 2906. Apart from the mess in every hostel a mini canteen is also available in the hostel premises. STD/ISD facilities are available in almost all hostels. Students are permitted to use own computers in their rooms. Facilities for recreation are also provided in all the hostels.

Events

TISI-2015

ICDPCA 2015

IEEE SPICES 2015

 

 

Tathva

Tathva is the annual techno-management fest organised by the college. It is usually held during the month of September and lasts for four days. Tathva has come to be regarded as one among the biggest technical festivals of South India. It has been held every year since its inception in 2001. Aimed at inspiring innovation and technical interest among students and the public, Tathva has played host to lectures, seminars, workshops by companies like ParaMek Technologies, competitions, paper presentations, exhibitions, quizzes, model displays and robotics events. Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, Dr. G. Madhavan Nair, Dr. Harold Kroto, Dr. Johans Orphal, Dr. Jimmy Wales (founder of Wikipedia), Suhas Gopinath, were some of the eminent guests in previous editions of Tathva.

Ragam is the cultural festival of NITC. Colleges and universities from Kerala and outside compete in events like trivia quizzes, dance competitions, rock shows and music concerts. Some of the perform


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