Gargi Memorial Institute of Technology (GMIT), an engineering institute in West Bengal was started in 2011 by Mallabhum Human Resource Development Trust (MHRDT) in memory of Lt. Gargi Mukherjee (Banerjee).
Barely in its 5th year, GMIT has been ranked 8th amongst all emerging engineering colleges in India because of its educational excellence and professional infrastructural facilities.
At GMIT, we gave always believed that an educational institution is only as good as its faculty. That’s why we have gone out of our way to pick top – draw faculty for each of our departments, including former professors of IIT, foreign University, and Jadavpur University. GMIT currently offers courses in five disciplines namely Civil Engineering (CE), Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), Electrical Engineering (EE), Mechanical Engineering (ME) and Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE). GMIT is approved by All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) and affiliated to Moulana Abul Kala, Azad University of Technology (MAKAUT), previously known as West Bengal University of Technology (WBUT).
The physical design of the campus consisting of landscape, gardens and horizontal architecture blends organically into its surroundings. GMIT has already roped in international collaboration to facilitate in-class real time learning using advanced technology along with exposure to global trends in industries.
The Institute is located on the southern fringe of Kolkata, at Baruipur, an upcoming satellite town and caters to students from reputed schools of India.
GMIT Kolkata Pictures & Videos
GMIT Kolkata Vision and Mission
Vision: To be among the country’s most admired engineering institutes where students are trained to take up leadership positions in industry. Mission: stimulate the academic environment for continual growth and refinement of quality teaching – learning in the institution. To encourage self-evaluation, accountability, creativity and self discipline. To publish quality research ...
Awards & Rankings
Prof. Indrajit Chowdhury, HOD, Civil Engg. :- GMIT has been awarded for the Best Research paper in the field of Soil Dynamics and Retaining Structures. We treasure this proud moment of GMIT.