Government Institute of Printing Technology
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Government Institute of Printing Technology is situated at J.J. School of Architecture Compound Near CST station, Mumbai-1 in Mumbai.
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Government Institute of Printing Technology - GIPT Mumbai - GIPT
Government Institute of Printing Technology is the premier educational organization of India, established in 1956. Situated in the heart of Mumbai, Government Institute of Printing Technology has done pioneering work in printing education, since it’s inception. An influential number of students as skilled personnel have been absorbed by the Printing &Graphic Art’s industry & they are heading different organizations and have contributed to their growth. The institute was awarded Academic Autonomy by the Government of Maharashtra in the year 1995-96 vide GR No. 1094/[VE-5 Dated - 09-01-1995. This new status reflects the confidence & reputation it has built over the years, as a progressive education centre. The tremendous progress registered by the institute is mainly due to the dynamic leadership, Industry-Institute Interaction, constant upgradtion of curriculum and untiring efforts of staff and students. Government Institute of Printing Technology, MUMBAI is an autonomous institute committed to provide quality technician education at Diploma level. As a regional institute it caters to the needs of Gujrat, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra. As a lead center in MUMBAI, it also aims to provide continuing education and non formal program’s, adopting a philosophy of life long learning through a variety of delivery modes and a wide exposure to the latest developments in the industry.
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Institute has well equipped class rooms.
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- 1 Diploma Courses
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Government Institute of Printing Technology the students are endowed with all convenient amenities that make their life 'go easy' in college hours, alongside make learning more interesting. Some of the facilities include well ventilated classrooms, recreational areas etc.
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