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Vivekanand Institute Of Technology - VIT

VIT - Jaipur (Rajasthan)

Facilities
  • Math Lab
  • Acad. Zone
  • A/C
  • AV Lab
  • Audi
  • ATM
  • Boys Hostel
  • Canteen
  • Comp. Lab
  • CSC
Size
45 Acres
Accredited By
AICTE
Established Date
2008
Private
Type
Rs. 32470 - Rs. 78875
( Annually) Fees Range
Total Courses
7
Placement Percentage
85.0
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Vivekanand Institute Of Technology - VIT

Since the early twentieth century, due to rapid industrialization and economic growth, engineering and technical education in India have been developing faster than anywhere else in the World and India now has the second largest number of engineering students in the world. The success of the software industry in India in terms of its global impact has clearly underscored the fact that Indian engineers can compete the best in the World.

However, this rapid growth of the economy and resultant surge in the required number of engineering graduates by the industry, seem to have led to compromises in the quality of these graduates in terms of their total development. This rat race brings with it factors like stress, competition, depression, limited social life, etc. and in the long run it will only be those engineering graduates, with strong values and all round development, who will survive, grow and reach top echelons.

Swami Vivekananda said “Education is not the amount of information that is put into your brain and runsriot there, undigested, all your life. We must have life-building, man-making, character making assimilation of ideas. If you have assimilated five ideas and made them your life and character, you have more education than any man who has got by-heart a whole library”. Swami ji advocated the concept of ‘total development’ of man which includes physical, mental and spiritual. He also advocated incorporation of science and technology in curricula and laid emphasis on technical education that will develop industries.

Inspired by the thoughts and ideas as propounded by Swami Vivekananda and learning from the experiences of successfully running two Engineering Colleges and two Pharmacy Colleges. The Promoters decided to make a steer beginning in the direction of man-making engineering education and launched Vivekananda Institute of Technology  comprising the two Institutes. These Institutes  develop physical, mental, emotional and spiritual faculties of students with a view to make them techno-Managers of global standard.

Promoters have ensured that the Institutes at the Vivekananda Institute of Technology  are state-of-the-Art and all possible care has been taken to ooze all experience gained through successfully running such Institutes.

Overview Courses

Pass percentage 84%
Percentage students passed first class 78%
Percentage students passed with distinction 68%
Transfer Allowed Yes
Eligibility For Transfer None
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Overview Campus

Area 45 Acres
Sport Grounds 5
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Overview Placement

College has placed  students in various top notch companies and startups such as IBM, Cardekho.com, Infosys, Cognizant Technology, Ericsson, TCS, HCL Technology, Syntel, Wipro, Analytics Quotient, CDAC, Ranosys Technology and many more. College has a separate placement cell that conducts Placement activities, Corporate Guest Lectures, Panel Discussions and Workshops, Corporate Mentoring, Personality Development Programs and Industrial Visits. This cell provides full placement assistance to the students. In the recent years the college has witnessed some well-known organizations walking-in and being invited for campus placements. The dedicated placement cell regularly conducts grooming sessions of the students in areas like soft skills, interview facing skills, behavioral skills hereby making them industry-fit.

Placement Ratio 85.0%
Number of visiting companies 39
Average Salary 3.2 lacs
Min Salary 1.8 lacs
Max Salary 10.5 lacs
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