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National Institute of Technology (NIT) Hamirpur – College Details
National Institute of Technology Hamirpur is one of the twenty NITs of the country, established in 1986 as Regional Engineering College, as a joint and cooperative enterprise of the Govt. of India and Govt. of Himachal Pradesh. The goals of the institute as embodied in the logo are truly remarkable in their scope of vision. The college provide Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Doctorate Education in Engineering, Sciences & Humanities; fostering the spirit of national integration among the students, a close interaction with industry and a strong emphasis on research, both basic and applied. It has been given the status of Deemed University.
Mode of Admission: AIEEE & State Entrance Exam for UG courses, GATE for MTech
Streams at Graduate Level
|Computer science & Engineering||46|
|Electronics & communication Engineering||47|
|Electrical & Electronics Engineering||46|
Streams at Post-Graduate Level
The admissions to the M.Tech programs are by the GATE exam conducted by the IITs and IISc. Postgraduate admission is on the basis of previous research and interviews by the appropriate screening committees.
Fee structure for various courses:
|One time payment||INR 4500|
|Payable every semester||INR 17500|
|Refundable caution deposit||INR 1000|
|Total fees payable at the time of admission||INR 25850|
Placement :Every year, more than 50 companies of repute including MNC’s visit NIT Hamirpur
More than 90% of total students placed under campus placement
- Recruitment for every batch starts from August onwards
- Almost all eligible students are placed in companies of International and National of recruits under campus
- Above 50% of students are getting more than one placement.
|Branch||No. of students placed|
|Elect.& Comm. Eng||8|
|Comp.Sc. & Eng.||12|
Campus:The campus is situated at Anu in Hamirpur district of Himachal Pradesh and is 4 Kms from main bus stand of Hamirpur on Hamirpur – Toni Devi road. The city of Hamirpur is well connected with the rest of the country by road. The nearest broad gauge rail head is at Una (Himachal Pradesh) which is 80 Kms from Hamirpur. The campus has a picturesque surrounding facing snow clad Dhauladhar mountain ranges. Lush green pine trees surround it. The campus is well laid with roads, electric installations, water supply, underground drainage, etc. The place has healthy climate with moderate temperature ranging from 1oC to 38oC with an altitude of 900 meters.
Central library: The Institute library was set up in 1986 in one room of Government Polytechnic Hamirpur and it was shifted to the Institute campus in 1988 in Visvesvarya Block and at present it is in a separate building having the floor area of 1200 square meters. The library has got the seating capacity of 100 readers in reading halls and 50 readers in Audio-Visual Hall. Library follows the open access system, it facilitate the users to browse and pick up the documents of their choice without any hindrance.
- Kailash Boys’ Hostel
- Shivalik Boys’ Hostel
- Parvati Girls’ Hostel
- Dhauladhar Boys’ Hostel
- Vindhyachal Boys’ Hostel
- Mani Mahesh Boys’ Hostel
- Neelkanth Boys’ Hostel
HILL FAIRS :The first decade of the century, NIT-H brings to you the silver edition of its cultural extravaganza. The 3 day festival of joy celebrates life and brings out the non- technical creativity of pursuing engineers. This national level youth festival witnesses enthusiasm the youth are rarely seen with. Bubbling with energy, their spirits soaring high, students from far and wide converge in this exotic valley of the majestic Himalayas to bang their heads and shake their legs to the best of music the ears have ever riveted.The lively colors and the trendiest fashion parade are indeed a treat to the eyes. The wide variety of dance and drama set the mood for the audience who believe that the whole world is a stage. Indeed, it’s a culmination of glorified and invigorated art & culture. Hill’Ffair is truly a potpourri of cultures, traditions and ideas which leaves all and sundry fascinated.
Hill’ffair 2011- See It to Believe It!