Aryavart Institute of Technology & Management
Opp. Ambedkar University, Shaheed Path, Aurangabad Khalsa
Utarethia, Lucknow, U.P. (INDIA)
Phone No. : 0522-3297988, 9721725258 , 7388000213
Sanskar Foundation” the mother concern of “Aryavart Institute of Technology & Management” was initiated by inspiration & missionary zeal of Sri Om Prakash Singh, Ex-minister of Higher & Intermediate Education. This idea was transformed into reality when the society of Sanskar Foudation was registered under Education Society Act in 2001 with forty acres of land and endowment funds to tuene of forty lakhs.
“Aryavart Institute of Technology & Management” was established in the year 2008 due to unremitting efforts of Sri Anurag Sigh, Secretary, Sanskar Foudation, with a vision to Creat an effective interface with industry, business and society to make education responsive to changes & relevant to national & global needs. And the Mission is develop “Aryavart Institute of Technology & Management” as a center of Excellence in the field of Technology & Management Education and Research.
AITM envisions to develop as world renowned engineering institute with welfare approach. It intends to advance and diffuse,
Instilling professional ethics and competencies in the students.
Establishing research center for promotion of indigenous and eco-friendly technology.
Prepare technocrats with humane vision and heightened social sensitivity.
Creating an effective interface with industry, business and community to make education responsive to changes and relevant to national and global needs.
Maintaining a cadre of selfless, devoted and dedicated staff
- Mechanical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
Master of Business Administration (MBA):
- Marketing Management
- Finance Management
- Human Resource Management
- International Business
- Information Technology
Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech):
- •Information Technology
- •Electronics & Communication
- •Computer Science
- •Civil Engineering
- •Electronics Engineering
AITM has its own fully organized Placement Cell, which actively helps to open up avenues in different companies for the employment of young aspiring professionals. The cell prepares students to face the corporate world and its culture through the personality development classes, psychological aptitude tests, interviews, role-playing classes, and audio-video tapes to improve their communication skills and facilitates summer training. Our students have been placed in companies like Wipro, NIIT, Tata, Airtel, Aegis, DHL, Fast Track, TCS, CMS Info System Ltd . on high packages. As placement in early stage of an institute depends upon its goodwill & subsequently on performance of earlier selection.
The cell performs liaison work between possible employers and the students. Prior to the final placement season the Institute regularly organizes interactive workshops with industry at the campus. The objective of this is to create an opportunity for a) the industry professionals to interact with our students and assess their caliber, b) our students to learn about specific companies and identify which lines of business they would like to work in, as per their aptitude & inclination.
It is a matter of great satisfaction that India has been promoting engineering education in the country over the last few years. Engineering colleges in the country have been growing at 20 per cent a year. According to the All India Council for Technical Education, India produced 4,01,791 engineers in 2003-04. In 2004-05, the number of engineering graduates increased to 4,64,743. Compared to India, the United States produces only 70,000 engineering graduates every year. All of Europe produces just 1,00,000.
But despite this engineering boom in India and rise in number of colleges, the quality of Indian engineers is questionable. According to a McKinsey Global Institute study on the emerging global labour market, India produces a large number of engineering graduates every year, but multinationals find that just 25 per cent of them are employable. Moreover, the growing centers of Higher education including those of engineering and technology, which were expected to radiate learning, develop technical skills, discipline and a sense of responsibility in the students towards the nation, seem to be breathing violence, indiscipline, strikes and political groupism.
Most institutions measure their success through the placement record of their students. We are also planning and stepping ahead to do exceedingly well on this count. However, we intend to measure our success by the type of professionals raised here having high academic caliber and unblemished character, nurtured with a strong motivation and commitment to serve humanity; by the research done at the Institute; and the positive impact of technologies developed here on industry and society.
Finally, I wish that the students, taking admission at Aryavart, would be knowledge seeker, rather than a routine job seeker. They would have keenness to work hard, aptitude for serious studies, desire to develop innovative indigenous technologies having the potential to make a global impact and willingness to live up to the Institute’s vision and mission.