About Sai Vidya Institute of Technology, [SVIT] Bangalore
Sai Vidya Institute of Technology, affiliated to Visvesvarya Technological University (VTU), Belgaum, Karnataka, approved by All India Council for Technical Education(AICTE) New Delhi, and recognized by the Government of Karnataka, was established in the year 2008 by SRI SAI VIDYA VIKAS SHIKSHANA SAMITHI which is a trust formed by Prof M.R.Holla, a well-known academician and administrator with-over 50 years of academic and administrative experience to his credit along with an excellent team of popular professors of RVCE/RNSIT Bangalore. The team comprises of Prof Y.Jayasimha, Prof R.C.Shanmukha Swamy & Prof A.M.Padma Reddy, in association with Sri R.Srinivas Raju, a practicing Civil Engineer, Sri M.K Manohar renowned Chartered Accountant and Sri Narayana Raju well known administrator both at RVCE/RNSIT.
This Visionary group is committed to develop SVIT as a paradigm within a couple of years. The future of SVIT in Engineering Education is bright as the above professors are heading the departments and extend their service to develop the institution with the support of highly qualified and dedicated teaching and non-teaching staff.
SVIT will provide students with a sense of history, an understanding of the ideals and principles, a commitment to law and morality, an appreciation of human creativity an analytically inquisitive mind. We believe that once the students experience these, they are ready to address the challenges of the rapidly transforming world.
Contribute dedicated, skilled, intelligent engineers and business administrators to architect strong India and the world.
To impart quality technical education and higher moral ethics associated with skilled training to suit the modern day technology with innovative concepts, so as to learn to lead the future with full confidence.
Why a student should join SVIT:
- Highly Qualified and Dedicated Teaching Faculty
- Disciplined work culture
- Close monitoring of the student's progress
- Encouragement to sports and co- curricular activities and recognition
- More Importance to placement training and placements