NIT Durgapur Infrastructure Details

  • Durgapur, West Bengal
  • 3.6

    Academics & Faculty

    3.8

    Fees and Scholarship

    3.6

    Placements & Internships

    3.7

    College Infrastructure

    3.4

    Clubs & Associations

    4.3

    International Exposure

    3.2

    Hostels & Food

    3.3

    Social Atmosphere

    3.7

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  • Public 3.6

    Academics & Faculty

    3.8

    Fees and Scholarship

    3.6

    Placements & Internships

    3.7

    College Infrastructure

    3.4

    Clubs & Associations

    4.3

    International Exposure

    3.2

    Hostels & Food

    3.3

    Social Atmosphere

    3.7

    (37)
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Updated On - Mar 21, 2022

NIT Durgapur Facilities

NIT Durgapur offers various facilities to its students. These facilities include banks, canteen, modern accommodation facilities, etc. Further details regarding the NIT Durgapur campus are cited below.

Hostel: The NIT Durgapur hostel offers accommodation facilities for students. They are housed in seven boys hostels and two girls hostels. A canteen for students and employees is located near the main academic building. The majority of the institute's professors and staff live in residential quarters. A shopping complex is located in the heart of the residential area and caters to the residents daily needs. A model co-educational higher secondary school has been established for the children of institute employees. 

Guest House: The guest house is next to the director's bungalow that caters to the official and non-official visitors. It's a two-storey structure with modern living quarters that overlooks a lovely garden with towering sal trees. Faculty and student guests are also accommodated there with advanced reservations and according to availability.

High Voltage Laboratory: The NIT Durgapur high voltage laboratory has the following facilities for graduate research and undergraduate instruction.

  • Impulse Voltage Generator – 800 KV
  • 500 mm Sphere Gap for HV Measurement
  • Impulse Voltage Divider (damped capacitive type) –800 kV
  • Digital Impulse Oscilloscope with Software
  • 300 KV AC Power Frequency HV Testing Transformer
  • AC Divider 300KV
  • Partial Discharge Measuring System
  • Coupling Capacitor
  • Vessel for Vacuum and Pressure
  • Measuring Sphere Gap - 500mm
  • RIV Measuring Instrument
  • Operation with Information Communication Technology (ICT) 
  • Resistivity Meter
  • Leakage Current Tester

Canteen: The canteen facilities available at the NIT Durgapur are: 

  • Hall 5 Canteen
  • B/L Cafe
  • Wonder Cafe
  • Nescafe
  • Roy Restaurant
  • Chitrangani
  • Chandu Tea Stall
  • Techno

Library

  • A well-equipped xerox machine is available at the library. Users can take advantage of this service for a small fee. 
  • It also has audio-visual equipment such as colour televisions, VCRs, video cameras, projectors, and multimedia projectors, among other things. It also has a well-developed IT infrastructure. 
  • DELNET (Developing Library Network), American Centre Library, Kolkata, NPTEL (National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning), and Current Science Association, Bangalore are all institutional members of the National Institute of Technology Durgapur library. 
  • It is also a member of the eSodh Sindhu (ESS) Consortium, which gives desktop access to high-quality e-resources (online journals and databases) such as the Springer Link 1700 collection, Nature Magazine, ACM journals, ASCE, ASME, AIP, APS, JCCC, JStore, and others. 
  • The library is also a member of the National Digital Library of India (NDLI), which gives users content access to books from some of India's most prominent publishers. It has a large number of learning resources. 
  • It also has a large collection of E-Books on Computer Science, Chemical Engineering, Physics, Mathematics, Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, published by leading publishers such as Elsevier, Springer, CRC Press (T&F), and Oxford University Press that can be accessed via the institute's website.

Banks: The NIT Durgapur campus area has two banks:

  • State Bank of India
  • Canara Bank

Medical Unit: The NIT Durgapur infrastructure has an isolation ward for COVID-19 positive patients. It has morning and evening OPDs except for Sundays and holidays. The unit offers round the clock medical emergencies. It has 24 hours ambulance services. One for general patients and the other for COVID-19 patients. The medical unit facilities include a pharmacy, observatory beds, isolation wards for students (for chickenpox, measles, etc.), dressing rooms, sample collection centre, nebulisation, and insurance help desk.

Other NIT Durgapur Facilities

  • Post Office
  • Computer Centre

NIT Durgapur Reviews

Overall Rating (Out of 5)

3.6

Based on 37 Verified Reviews

Distribution of Rating

>4-5 star

15

>3-4 star

20

>2-3 star

0

1-2 star

0

Component Rating (Out of 5)

Academics & Faculty

3.8

Fees and Scholarship

3.6

Placements & Internships

3.7

College Infrastructure

3.4

Clubs & Associations

4.3

International Exposure

3.2

Hostels & Food

3.3

Social Atmosphere

3.7

Sougata | Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech], batch of 2021

Reviewed on Aug 04, 2021

  • 4
  • College Infrastructure 4
College Infrastructure

There are in total 9 hostels for boys and 4 hostels for girls. The hostel fees (including mess fees) is nearly about 3-3.5k per month.

There are many PGs outside the college campus available for the students.

The food in the hostel is mediocre (not too good, not too bad). There are various canteens available inside the college campus.

The infrastructure is in the developing stage, some new high rise buildings are in construction stage which, after completion will improve the external beauty of the college.

Classrooms of the new buildings are in awesome condition but the classrooms of the old buildings are in miserable conditions which need improvement.

Central library is there inside the campus with over 1 lakhs of books inside the library.

Wifi and common rooms with TVs are the facilities available in every hostel.

 

Bikram | Master of Computer Applications [M.C.A], batch of 2019

Reviewed on Sep 13, 2019

  • 3.5
  • College Infrastructure 3.5
College Infrastructure
  • There are 9 Hostels at present, 7 for boys 2 for girls. First year gets seperate hostel as a measure for anti-ragging.
  • PG costs are around Rs 6000 per month.
  • Food in hostel is great if you are from Eastern or North Eastern or South India, its average for North Indians. Mess charge is 3000 per-month.
  • Labs are great, classrooms are average with projectors and all.

GaMeOn | Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech], batch of 2018

Reviewed on May 20, 2019

  • 3.5
  • College Infrastructure 3.5
College Infrastructure

The classrooms are equipped with free WiFi with lecture desk and speakers with mikes .the college has an endless number of labs and playrooms and restrooms to avenge out thirst for sports.dining halls are basically in the lobby where there is a canteen for our daily meal.

Sarbojit | Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Civil Engineering), batch of 2018

Reviewed on Apr 20, 2018

  • 3
  • College Infrastructure 3
College Infrastructure

Smart boards and projectors are recently installed in all classes, but almost all professors restrain themselves from using it for reasons unknown to me. The library is a little out of sorts; sometimes important books are not available. There is an adequate number of hostels and construction of new girls' hostel is recently finished and that of boys' hostel going on scheduled to be finished within one year. Apart from hostel foods, there are some canteens and restaurants within college premises who provide reasonably good food at affordable price.

Harshit | Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Chemical Engineering), batch of 2021

Reviewed on Dec 19, 2017

  • 2.5
  • College Infrastructure 2.5
College Infrastructure

Hostels are worst. The only first-year hostel is awesome. WiFi speed is pathetic, food is average and costs around INR 2,500 per month for non-veg and INR 3,300 for veg. Classrooms are excellent and Labs are below average.

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