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A Premier Engineering College in the heart of Bangalore

About Us

Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology (RGIT) is established by Sir. M. Visvesvaraya Education Trust, Bangalore with an object of promoting research oriented and advanced courses in the field of engineering. It has vast experience in running professional courses in the State of Karnataka. Achieving excellence in education is the main aim of RGIT. It has the academic excellence, good infrastructure and best teaching practice, which has helped RGIT to become one of the leading Institutes of the state.
The college is approved by the All India Council for Technical Education, New Delhi, Affiliated to Visveswaraiah Technological University, Karnataka.

The college has the following branches in Engineering Degree courses:
• Electronics & Communication Engineering
• Computer Science & Engineering
• Civil Engineering
• Mechanical Engineering
• Electrical and Electronics Engineering
• Bio-Medical Engineering

The college is also conducting post-graduation courses:
• MBA (Full Time) - Master of Business Administration
• M.Tech - Computer Science & Engineering
• M.Tech - Material Science and Technology
• M.Tech - Power Energy Systems
• M. Tech - Nano Technology

OUR MISSION
Our mission is to set up the Institution in Technical education for students to build their careers, to make them eminent personalities in the society and to make the Industry doors open to them. RGIT always believes in making a difference in the field of education to take our institute to the peak of success.

AN INTRODUCTION
The last half of the century has transformed our environment, perhaps radically, and brought more changes in our lives and thinking than in any corresponding period in history. These are the consequences of discoveries of sciences and applications of technology. The concept of absolute knowledge in the sense of storing all knowledge is perhaps no more relevant today. Our efforts for reconciling the traditional concepts and ways with the demands of technological age cannot provide simple solutions for our difficulties and complexities based on such stored knowledge. Frontiers of knowledge are themselves expanding rapidly making in possible to device newer and more efficient methods of solving problems of the society. Education must therefore make efforts for securing knowledge and mastering modern skills and methods than merely storing and distributing the traditional ones.
For this purpose of training of mind and mastering of skills and for harnessing science and technology to profitable and productive processes of economic growth and social well-being, the technological education system has to be continuously reviewed and adopted.