National Institute of Technology (NIT KURUKSHETRA) Kurukshetra Campus & Infrastructure
National Institute of Engineering Kurukshetra has state-of-the-art infrastructure with various facilities like a Computer center which is fully furnished and equipped with latest equipment, a well stocked and furnished library, several cultural and technical clubs which are managed by students, an open air theater for hosting cultural events, Outdoor games courts for hockey, football, cricket, and a health center.
Area 300 Acres
Sports Grounds 2
Total Students 3000
- Acad. Zone
- AV Lab
- Boys Hostel
- Comp. Lab
- Convo. Hall
- Cultural zone
- Girls Hostel
- International center
- Medical Fac.
- Cls. Room
Students Activities & Clubs
EDC is a non-profit organization of NIT Kurukshetra which aims at nurturing the entrepreneurship spirit of young graduates, faculty and other stakeholders. The mission of EDC is to encourage and refine the entrepreneurship skills like idea generation, opportunity evaluation, business modelling, cash flow, forecasting, negotiations & sales skills and so on by providing appropriate support, guidance, funding, resources and networking. Further EDC is committed towards incubating innovations by providing technical, managerial, legal and networking support to the entrepreneurs of the institute. EDC also aims at building aptitude and leadership skills among the students to enhance their entrepreneurial competencies. The cell has been functioning under the diligent guidance of Prof. Dinesh Khanduja, Mechanical Engineering Department.
Fine Arts & Modelling Club is a Student’s Club of National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra. It primarily focuses on the decoration of college during national level cultural fest CONFLUENCE and technical fest TECHSPARDHA. However, it also aims to provide a platform to the interested students who want to learn, develop and improve their Fine Arts skills under the guidance of senior club members.
The members of club comprises of students from all branches and all years inducted officially, by the secretary of club under the supervision of professor-in-charge of Fine Arts and Modeling club.
Backdrop, the centre of attraction of fest, hung on the stage of Confluence at Open Air Theatre (OAT) is made by members of the Fine Arts and Modeling club. Also the wall paintings done at various walls of the college are also piece of Art of club members. Also, Fine Arts & Modelling Club is involved heavily in
all the institute activities.
It also organizes various events related to Fine Arts as well as Modelling during cultural fests and competitions ( Confluence, Techspardha, Talent Show and Altius ). Thus, inviting the students to show their talents. It aims to provide sufficient opportunities to the students to show their talent of sketching,
painting and modeling and other genres of art.
This club came into existence in the late 90s along with the other official clubs of NIT Kurukshetra, is one of the official clubs in charge of handling and coordinating cultural activities at the Institution wherein the club is responsible for organising all the English Literary and debating activities, as the name suggests, and also all the quizzing activities. The Club works with a mission to mould the students into well-rounded, well-informed individuals with sharp personalities and good communication skills. It accomplishes this objective by organising a variety of workshops and activities round the year, including communication skills workshops, and events during the Talent Show for first year and Confluence, the annual Cultural Festival. During Confluence, the Club organises around 12-13 events which range from literary and debating events, to quizzing events and other small fun but informative events like Just A Minute and Dumb C.
The English Literary and Debating Club has a total of around 35 members across all 4 years. The members are abundantly skilled and competently equipped in the domains the Club operates, and go through a long and rigorous process of evaluation and scrutiny before becoming official members of the club, and are thus known to harbour a tremendous work ethic coupled with a devotion to their work and an absolute sense of belonging to the Club and its activites.