Educational Trust (JET) has decided to establish
Jahangirabad Institute of Technology (JIT), a minority institution
for higher learning in the picturesque and historical Jahangirabad Fort, says a press release.
Jahangirabad Institute of Technology (JIT) would be sponsored by
Indian Muslim Relief & Charities (IMRC).
has also pledged to extend all support to the JET Trust for
successfully running the institute,
says the release signed by Manzoor Ghori, IMRC Chairman.
over 40 acres of orchard land and about 40 kilometers from Lucknow
(UP), the historical palace has been restored to its original
pristine beauty for housing this new institution.
JIT has been approved by the AICTE for B. Tech. and MBA degree
courses. The approved intake is 240 for Engineering students and 60
for the MBA.
Though JIT has been in existence for several years now, this is
their first year for the AICTE approved B. Tech. and MBA programs.
campus residential facilities are available for 120 students this
year. Eligibility for admission to B Tech is 50% marks in PCM
(Physics, Chemistry & Maths) and for MBA 60% marks in any 3
years graduate course,
says Ghori in the release.
has more flexibility to admit students this year, outside the joint
admission test process. B. Tech. programs are in Electronics &
Communication Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical
Engineering, and Computer Science & Engineering .
Tuition fees for full year is Rs. 64300/ - with the university fee
and Book bank charges, the total comes to Rs. 70950/.
The first year hostel accommodation could be free with some
conditions. A bus service from Lucknow to the JIT is also planned at
is looking for additional students and faculty, says the press