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Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Technology

Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Technology (Dr. AIT) is an autonomous engineering college on Outer Ring Road, Nagarbhavi, Bangalore, India. Founded by M.H.Jayprakash Narayan in 1979, and named after B. R. Ambedkar, the institute is affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU), Belgaum and is accredited by AICTE. It offers graduate and postgraduate courses. The institute has been granted academic autonomy, which means it can frame its own syllabus and conduct its own examinations. C. Nanjundaswamy is the principal of the college. The institute is one among the 14 colleges selected for receiving the World Bank assistance under the Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme (TEQIP) through the government of India. The institute is the recipient of several grants sanctioned by AICTE, DST and VTU. It is granted autonomous status by UGC WEF 2010-11. Dr. AIT started with three branches during 1980 with an intake of 120 and has now grown several-fold. The institute has over 4000 students. It offers under graduate, post graduate and doctoral degrees. Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Technology is managed by Panchajanya Vidya Peeta Welfare Trust. Dr. AIT is one of the pride educational Institute among the 25 institutions run by the Management. The Institute was established in the year 1980 by Late Sri M H Jayaprakash Narayan, Ex MLA and founder Managing Trustee of PVP Welfare Trust and Secretary of the Institute. Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Technology is one of the best engineering colleges in Bangalore. The institute is located on the outer Ring Road, Near Jnanabharathi Campus, Mallathahalli, Bangalore on a vast 20.30 acres of land having several buildings, lawns, trees etc. The total built up area of these buildings is 39,619 sq. meters.

 

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