Mallabhum Institute Of Technology
266 B, Topsia Road, Park Circus,
Ballygunge Place, Kolkata,
West Bengal 700019, India
Bishnupur is in the District of Bankura, West Bengal, happened to be the capital of erstwhile Mallabhum which had a glorious past. It still possesses relics of the past through its terracotta carved out in a variety of designs which reflect the intellectual and cultural ambiance of Bishnupur. The whole country has still the nostalgia about the Bishnupur Gharana of music. In brief, artistic designs, cultural sensitivity, indigenous craftsmanship and the vibrant music, all taken together form the moorings of Bishnupur. This has enabled Bishnupur to move forward in keeping with of the trends of the day. Some of these ongoing trends are communication, information, production etc. which are emerging facets of technology with a global tenor. Bishnupur can afford to absorb them, because of its strength in heritage and architecture and human resource.
The term ‘Technology’, being essentially generic throughout the world acquires a new rationale in the context of Bishnupur; hence the motivation for the foundation of Mallabhum Institute of Technology envisaged by new engineers, doctors, professors and leading figures of the community around Bishnupur. As a part of conviction, they hope that the inception of Mallabhum Institute of Technology would keep on acquiring newer and newer dimensions in terms of global trends without being oblivious of the aspirations and realities of the community around.
Electronics & Communication Engineering
Computer Science & Engineering
Science & Social Science
10 % of total intake from AIEEE through CSC counseling.
90 % of total intake from JEE through CSC counseling.
Lateral entry (direct in 2nd year) 20 % of intake capacity in each stream (subject to change in Govt. policy).
For Engineering/Technology Academic requirements [Please refer Para – 1.1, page – 72 of AICTE Approval Process Handbook (2013 –2014)]:
Candidates must pass Higher Secondary Examination (10+2 level) or its equivalent examination with a minimum of 45% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics taken together (40% for SC/ST candidates) and with at least 30% marks in English (for all categories of candidates) besides having individual pass marks in each of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, English and Vernacular (or any other fifth subject).
Central Computer Laboratory
Vivekananda Study Circle
In order to help and support the children of the underprivileged families, we have initiated ‘Vivekananda Study Circle’. Our students teach the poor school children of the neighboring villages through this forum. At regular intervals, they are donated school bags, pens, pencils, exercise books etc.
NSS, College Unit
As a part of University curriculum, NSS Unit has been formed in the Institute, which is involved in different kinds of social works. The types of their social works include donation of old books to the poor pupils, teaching the small school children, donation of blood to the persons in need, plantation of trees, increasing awareness amongst the masses, regarding literacy drive etc.