Well being a state government college its not very costly compared to other colleges . My all 4 year's tuition fee is just ₹30000. Other than that ₹50000 per year for hostel fee. And after that ₹34000 for all examination fee and forms.
After the slavery of nearly two centuries when our country got independence, our economy was in wretched position. The builders of the nation realized the necessity of rapid industrialization of the country. For boosting it, facilities for technical education was essential and hence engineering institutions started coming up throughout the country in fifties.
M.I.T. came into existence on 25th September 1954, just seven years after independence of India. It was inaugurated by Sri C.P.N. Sinha, then governor of East Punjab. Initially it was started with Civil Engineering descipline with a batch of 45 students as 1954-55 batch with the name 'College of Civil Engineering, Muzaffarpur'.
On 21st April 1956 the first prime minister of India Pd. Jawaharlal Nehru laid down the foundation stone of main building. Electrical & Mechanical branches were added from session 1960-61 and the institute was renamed as Muzaffarpur Institute of Technology. Pharmacy and Leather Technology were added in 1978 and 1986 respectively. Information Technology and Electronics and Communication Engineering disciplines were introduced in 2001.
Why to choose Muzaffarpur Institute of Technology (MIT), Bihar?
Facts & Figures :-
|Principal of the college||Prof. Kumar Surendra|
|Approval||Govn. Of Bihar|
|Total Books||General Book bank -10000 Books
A Welfare Book Bank – 16000 Books
|Total Faculty Members||50|
|How to Reach||72 kms from Patna. The Institute is located at the north-west corner of the Muzaffarpur city along
Muzaffarpur-Motihari road, distance of about 4 kms from Muzaffarpur junction.
For more details about admission please contact :-
Phone : +91 621 2262650
The course fees is around INR 30,000 / year. Scholarships are available only for girls and OBC,SC,ST students
The average fee for a year is 30,000 per yea.r 10 out of 60 students get a scholarship. No, loans are not required.