Muzaffarpur Institute of Technology, Muzaffarpur
Muzaffarpur Institute of Technology (MIT) is fully government and co-educational college of engineering and technology administered and recognized by the Department of Science and Technology, Bihar. MIT is one of the oldest technical institutes in India established in the year 1954 . The foundation stone was laid by the first Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. College is affiliated to Aryabhatta Knowledge University, Patna. College has approved by AICTE – All India Council of Technical Education, New Delhi; Pharmacy Council of India, New Delhi and Ministry of Human Resource and Development, New Delhi.
Muzaffarpur Institute of Technology is situated on Muzaffarpur-Motihari road spread over an area of 55 acres at 4 km from Muzaffarpur junction in Muzaffarpur district of Bihar.
Muzaffarpur Institute of Technology offers six B.Tech, one B.Pharma and two M.Tech degree courses in various disciplines of professional study. The institution also caters to the research and development activities in the state of Bihar. Read More >>
Students & faculty:
The college offers 200 intake every year with the total strength of the students in college is 900 and the total number of faculty is more than 50.
The college has rich library, departmental laboratories, separate hostel for boys and girls, workshops, canteen, playground, transportation and other campus facilities.
The campus conducts the cultural and social activities every year as an annual day which includes sports activities and technical activities. College organizes the personality development programme.
The training & placement cell of the Muzaffarpur Institute of Technology is continuously facilitating the students for the arrangement of their internship, interview and industrial exposure. Read More >>