This College is accredited by NAAC A (National Assessment and Accreditation Council) validity is 15 Sep 2021 and the score is 3.31 .
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The Haldia Institute of Technology (HIT) is located in the port town of Haldia, in the state of West Bengal. It was established in the year 1996. The campus covers a total area worth fifty acres of land. This location is ideal, as it is near the metropolitan city of Kolkata, plus surrounded by an industrial corridor. The ICARE (Indian Centre for Advancement of Research and Education) has been behind the establishment of this institute. The HIT is affiliated to the Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology (MAKAUT), formerly known as the West Bengal University of Technology (WBUT). This affiliation, ensures the approval of the UGC (University Grants Commission). The technical courses here, have also been ratified by the AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education).
The college has also been accredited by both the NBA (National Board of Accreditation) and the NAAC (National Assessments and Accreditation Council), earning an A grade rating in the latter. A separate IQAC (Internal Quality Assurance Cell) has been created to this end, to ensure that all the terms of the NAAC are complied with. An AQAR (Annual Quality Assurance Report) gets generated to quantify the results. The entire academics here, is run by a cohort of five schools. Each school is further divided into departments, signifying the courses being run. The largest one here, is of course the School of Engineering. Another big one is the School of Electronics, Computer and Informatics. Yet another one is the School of Chemical, Food and Biotechnology.
The other two are named as the School of Management & Social Sciences and the School of Applied Sciences & Humanities. Courses are run, here at the HIT, at both the UG as well as PG levels. At the undergrad level, B. Tech programmes are available with twelve main specializations. Ten of these are in the engineering areas of – Civil, Chemical, Production, Information Technology (IT), Computer Science, Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation & Control, Electronics & Instrumentation and in Electronics & Communication. Further, there are two such B. Tech courses in the areas of Bio Technology and in Food Technology. At the master’s level, the courses get more technical. So, the M. Tech programmes are available for six of the areas where the UG programmes are on for. In addition, the MCA and the MBA are also on offer here.
Admissions to the UG level programmes is via the JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) or the WBJEE (West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination). At the master’s level, GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) and the WB PGET (West Bengal Post Graduate Engineering Test) scores are considered for admissions. The scores of the WB JECA (West Bengal Joint Examination for Computer Applications) are considered for the MCA. Some courses also allow for lateral entry to the Haldia Institute of Technology. Research too plays a key role in the development of the HIT. For this purpose, several publications are launched from campus. These chronicle the various research findings from the HIT. One of them is the Ab- Initio. It is the techno- literary magazine from the college.
The HIT also releases an international journal. It is titled as the International Journal of HIT. Several educations of these have already been released. A good number of seminars, conferences are workshops are also help on campus here. Research papers too have been published citing the works of the faculty members here. Research grants too have been provided by bodies such as the UGC, AICTE and the DST (Department of Science and Technology). The college is also heavily involved in several consultancy assignments. These it generates from government or industry bodies, which also act as funding agencies. Some of these agencies with whom projects are being completed here are- the CSIR (Council for Scientific and Industrial Research), SERB (Science and Engineering Research Board), ISI (Indian Statistical Institute) and the DBT (Department of Bio Technology) besides a few others.
The Training and Placement Cell is highly active here. It conducts soft skills sessions for the students’ development, so that they are more employable. Personality development and English communication are stressed on here. Some vocational training programmes are also organized here. In these, the enrolled students, as well as external ones, may all be part of it. Some interactive sessions with industry patrons are also periodically organized here. Online Skills Tests are also available here, to gauge the level f preparedness, across subject areas.
Some of the top companies that have recruited from here, in recent seasons have been the likes of- Tata Motors, SAIL, PWD, BSNL, Adani Group, IOCL, Tata Power, GPT, Exide, NTPC, Dee Power, Chittaranjan Locomotive and more. All this has even helped the college, rise up the ladder across the ranking platforms. The NIRF (National Institutional Rankings Framework) has placed the Haldia Institute of Technology from West Bengal, within the 151- 200 band among the engineering colleges.
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This College is accredited by NAAC (National Assessment and Accreditation Council) A validity is 15 Sep 2021 and the score is 3.31 .
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Validity : 15 Sep 2021
; CGPA : 3.31
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