Rama Institute of Technology (RIT) Kanpur, in Uttar Pradesh, offers undergraduate courses in various B Tech programmes.

Rama Institute of Technology

Rama Institute of Technology, located in Kanpur, is a self financing and co-educational technical institution. The institute was established with a vision of imparting technical education among the young aspirants. The institute conducts B Tech courses in Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Information Technology, Computer Science and Engineering, and Electrical & Electronics Engineering. RIT is affiliated to Uttar Pradesh Technical University (UPTU) and the courses offered are approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi. The institute is well equipped with all modern infrastructural facilities within 60 acres of sprawling campus area.

Affiliated to: Uttar Pradesh Technical University



The college offers the following undergraduate courses:

B Tech
    Civil Engineering
    Computer Science & Engineering
    Electrical & Electronics Engineering
    Electronics and Communication Engineering
    Information Technology
    Mechanical Engineering


The candidates who have passed their 10+2 examination with Physics, chemistry, and Mathematics from a recognized board with 50% marks in aggregate are eligible for the B Tech courses in various branches offered here.
To be eligible for the lateral entry into B Tech IInd year course, the candidates must have completed their diploma in respective branches or B Sc in Mathematics.
Admission Procedure:

The admission of the short listed candidates to B tech courses is made on the basis of merit of the candidates in UP SEE entrance examination and as per the norms of UPTU.

Entrance Test: UP SEE
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Contact Address:
Rama Institute of Technology
Rama City, G.T. Road
Near Mandhana Railway Station
Kanpur - 209 217, Uttar Pradesh
Phone: +91-512-2780891, 2780892, 27
Website: http://www.ramaenggcolleges.com

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