About JP Institute of Engineering and Technology, [JPIET] Meerut
JP Education trust was established in the year 1993 under the dynamic leadership of Shri Jai Prakash Agarwal and Dr. Hariom Agarwal. Trust is imparting quality education in professional and other general Academic field - 125 acre Campus, 8 Institutions, over 10,000 students, 7500 ALUMNI. Late (Smt.) Krishna Agarwal, w/o Shri Jai Prakash Agarwal, Chairman of the trust, was a prominent philanthropist of Western UP. Her love of humanity and human cause drove her, taking up social causes and helping the down-trodden in the society. She was of firm conviction that the only way to improve the economic well-being of masses is through education. She started her journey in education field by laying the foundation of JP Academy having classes from Nursery to 12th standard.
MISSION & VISION
Ours is a comprehensive institute with a tradition of value providing programmes in select professional career fields. Our faculty and staff are united in the belief that the fundamental purpose of an institution is to develop thinking men and women capable of independent growth and adaptation in all roles of the life and who are able to meaningfully contribute to the society.
To acquire, preserve and disseminate knowledge.
To promote scholarly activity, including research and creative endeavour.
To provide a broad range of undergraduate programmes in technology, business administration and education
To develop & offer programmes and services that respond to and meet the emerging needs of people, institutions and communities we serve.
The campus's vision statement, as clarified through strategic planning processes, is: To lead in learning, research, teaching, and service to benefit and enhance the quality of student life for the people of India. By involving the entire community in learning, the campus strives to integrate world-class research, exceptional teaching, and outstanding service to Meerut and beyond. The campus is achieving this vision through its growing cadre of academic neighborhoods, an ever-expanding undergraduate research opportunities program, successful faculty scholars, and active outreach efforts.