About SP Memorial Institute of Technology, [SPMIT] Allahabad
SP Memorial Institute of Technology is one of the prominent professional institutes among the 12 educational institutes founded by us. The Institute is located at main NH-2 , on the outskirts of Allahabad district, encircled by 20 acres of lush green campus. Ever-changing and ever-evolving technology is transforming virtually every aspect of human existence. These developments are constantly creating a need for engineers, managers and technocrats. However, the supply of these professionals is far less than steadily growing demand. Therefore, to provide India and the world with competent engineers, managers and technocrats, the SP Memorial Institute of Technology was formed. The Institute is going to develop an educational city, having the aim to develop an educational hub of all kind of professional studies and activities under one roof, with world class infrastructure and facility.
An ISO 9001:2008 Certified Institution.
Academic Adoption by IIIT-Allahabad, India.
Approved by AICTE, Ministry of HRD, Government of India, India.
Affiliated to Gautam Buddh Technical University (formerly known as UPTU ), Lucknow, India.
40th Rank B- School in Top 50 Privately run MBA Institutions in India.
Creating a Center of Excellence in Engineering, Management and Technology education at SPMIT has envisaged a future for continuous work towards conceptualizing and implementing new tools for education and learning, with a pulse on emerging methodologies and technologies. Our aim is to provide a New Age of education with all the modern infrastructures and cultural values. An endeavor to provide a launching pad for a better tomorrow.
To establish SPMIT as an Institute with an attitude of constent achievement, inner strength & innovative intellectual inputs. To provide the students with high-quality knowledge and skills through practical exposure in the upcoming fields of Technology & Management enabling them to develop the competence and confidence to take on the technological challenges of tomorrow.