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BIT offers a wired, Fully residential and centrally air conditioned campus with state-of-the-art infrastructure. The college has a Video-Conferencing facility. The U-shaped lecture theaters are well furnished with audio visual aids, so they can to facilitate interaction between the young managers and faculty member. The two computer labs are equipped with 100 terminals, which are connected through 40 Mbps LAN. The college has a two storey, circular library, which has a capacity to accommodate 200 readers. The college provides an excellent air conditioned residential facilities for 30 faculty members, all students, guests and staff with a cafeteria and mess facility, which are offering multi cuisine food. The college also has Indoor and outdoor sports facilities.
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- Boys Hostel
- Computer Lab
- Medical Facilities
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Students Activities & Clubs
Rotaract club of BIT Mesra is the students’ chapter of ROTARY INTERNATIONAL. It is a socio-cultural club which aims at providing opportunities for young men and women to enhance the knowledge in skills that will assist them in personal development, to address the physical and social needs of their communities and to promote better relations between all people, in and outside college, through a framework of service and friendship. It has been inculcating leadership qualities in students of BIT Mesra by giving them opportunities to organize various cultural and social events.
Music is the very essence of our feelings. Whether we are happy, or sad, music acts as the medicine for our soul, by enriching the positive feelings and removing the negative ones. Music club, B.I.T Mesra, is a step towards promotion of music in B.I.T Mesra. It is a place where students display their talents in field of music and expand their knowledge and interest in this field. Throughout the year, Music club is associated with organizing and helping out with management of many exciting and musical events, with active participation in Bitotsav, Pantheon. There are various formal and informal events organized by music club, which include Talent Hunt, Live Jams, and Battle of Bands. Apart from organizing events, Music club also helps students to enrich their hobbies and improve their talents by providing workshops in various fields of music. Music club is a platform to explore yourself through music. It is a place where musical talents of B.I.T Mesra collide to create something beautiful.
Dance Club is a club which comprises of the best dancers and choreographers of BIT. It is famous for hosting the most exclusive and entertaining events of the year which sets standard and are indeed a representation for the class of talent in BIT. These incredibly fun and tiring events range from Themed Batch Fresher's Party, Street Dance Events, Salsa Workshops, Chance-Pe-Dance (Couple Dance), Footloose(Solo) and Group Dance Competition. Through these events, one is truly relaxed and looses on his stress, opens up mind, builds up confidence and most importantly remove stage fright and gives a chance of participation to everyone. Our panel of judges are meticulously talented and have worked in the Industry for many years. They analyze the participant’s performance and give their judgment along with their expert advice and views on areas of improvement. To be amongst us, one has to prove his talent by matching up to the standards the club stands on. Selection is based on level of Participation, Creativity, Energy and Innovation to organise an event.
Dramatics club in BIT Mesra was established decades ago as a local chapter. Alumni’s from the batch of 1976 reminisce the glorious time they spent practising with their seniors for this society. Club currently has 70 members and each of them feel proud to be a part of this society.
The Photographic Society is one of the oldest society of Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi. In 1962 Roy studio a well known photo studio in Ranchi came to BIT Mesra with a proposal for a program for teaching photography to the students for some nominal fee. About 15 students enrolled in the program every sunday they used to go to Roy Studio in Ranchi & learn photography on a single mounted camera owned by the studio. These students formed a group called the Photography Club. In 1963 the club grew in numbers to more than 50 members, by the end of the year the members realized the need for an executive body thus the first president of Photography Club was elected whose name he could not recall. Since then the society is engaged in training of the students of the Institute who are interested in photography. The society covers most of the student activities and in addition the society also covers many Institutional activities as well