Women’s Institute of Technology, Darbhanga

Women’s Institute of Technology, Darbhanga

Women’s Institute of Technology was established in the year 2004 in order to LNM University from Bihar government. WIT is inaugurated by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam former president of India. WIT is private, self-financed and girls’ educational institute of engineering. Institute is affiliated to LNMU University. The college has been approved by AICTE. College is recognized by MHRD, Government of Bihar.

Campus:

Women’s Institute of Technology is situated at Mansaar colony in Darbhanga district of Bihar. College located over 26 acres of green and lustrous land within the premises of LNMU University. College is well-connected by road, rail and air network with all major cities.

Programmes:

Women’s Institute of Technology is an engineering college exclusively for girls offers 2 UG degree level courses in engineering and technology and one PG course in computer application (MCA). Read More >>

Students & Faculty:

The college has around 180 annual intake capacity of students in all programmes and more than 20 faculty members.

Facilities:

Women’s Institute of Technology to be part of LNMU University has been provided all necessary facilities and well structural and sound amenities as per AICTE norms.

Activities:

The institution organizes women welfare programmes, women development programmes, personality development programmes and sports activities to develop the women society and arranging the cultural, social and technical activities every year.






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