Hyderabad, Oct 10 (UNI) The National Institute of Technology , Warangal in Andhra Pradesh, raked among the top 10 technology institutes in the country, has announced completion of Rs 100 crores facility up-gradation plan.
It will infuse another Rs 100 crores over the next 2 years to establish state-of- the- art e-class rooms, interactive lecture halls and new academic halls to strengthen its position as the most preferred destination for students to pursue under graduate, post graduate and research programs.
The institute is celebrating its golden jubilee year these days.
The Institute target is to reach the 5000 student intake- mark by end of the 11th plan. Under its up-gradation programme it has added 1000 seater hostel with modern dining facilities to accommodate 2500 students, a 250 seater International students's hostel.
It also proposes to create a new state-of-the-art lecture halls complex for 3000 students, a 1600- seater ultra modern hostel and a 350 seater girl's hostel in the coming year.
Director of National Institute of Technology Prof Y V Rao said in a statement ''Our goal is to build an iconic institute that 'sync with future' by making rapid changes which will add tremendous institutional value and build confidence amongst our students and its faculty to strengthen their vision.
He said, ''Our challenge going forward is not only to increase the students intake but also create top class faculty pool. We hope to incorporating most up-to-date research and training infrastructure that will solve industry problems and reward our young student community's career dreams''.
The strength and reputation of the NIT is reflected by the success and stature of its alumni. A total of 10,824 B Tech graduates, 5689 Post graduates and 293 Ph D students have passed out of this institue in last fifty years.
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