The National Institute of Engineering (NIE), one of the oldest private engineering colleges of the country, was started in the year 1946. The engineers, professors and other good men who labored to establish NIE are many. Their contribution to the cause of technical education is equally noble, whether it has been large or small, whether by money or service. NIE owes it glory to all these Men with a Mission. Among the sixteen eminent founders, three engineers Sri S.Ramaswamy, Retd. Superintending Engineer, Mysore PWD, Sri D.V.Narasimha Rao, Retd. Chief Engineer, Mysore State Railways and Sri T.Rama Rao, Retd. Executive Engineer of Mysore PWD, took lead in establishing NIE, the Temple of Learning. It has completed 69 years of fruitful existence.
The Institution began by offering a Diploma course in Civil Engineering, but its progress was rapid and soon AMIE and later B.E. in various disciplines were started. In 1956, the State and Union Governments recognised NIE as one of the institutions listed for development during the second and subsequent five-year plans. In 1958-59, NIE got private-aided institutions status under grant-in-aid code of Karnataka Government.
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NIE Vision and Mission
VISSION NIE will be a globally acknowledged institution providing value based technological & educational services through best-in-class people and infrastructure. MISSION To impart state-of-the-art engineering education through strong theoretical foundations and practical training to students in their choice of specialization To create new knowledge through innovation and ...
Awards & Rankings
Best-All-Rounder Award: One student each from the departments, who excels in academics and extra-curricular activities, will win the award. Proficiency Award: Students with the highest marks in the University Examination in the previous two Semesters are eligible for the award. Perfect Attendance Award: Students who secure 100% attendance in the previous two Semesters will win the award.