Institute of Engineering and Technology (Pakistan)

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Institute of Engineering and Technology
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Motto Education for Enlightenment
Established 2000
Type Private
Director Lt Col (R) Iqtidar Hussain Mirza (TI-Military)
Location Rawalpindi, Lahore
Campus Urban
Mascot IETian
Website http://www.iet.edu.pk/
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Institute of Engineering and Technology is a private institute of higher education in engineering situated in Lahore and Islamabad/Rawalpindi, Pakistan. It offered B.E. Telecommunication with the help of Allama Iqbal Open University.

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Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET), a private sector institute of higher education was established in 2000, it started its first program of Bachelor of Engineering in Telecommunication in collaboration with Allama Iqbal Open University.[1][2] It was the first private sector institute in Pakistan to start a Telecomm engineering program. It has branches in Islamabad/Rawalpindi and Lahore. Currently it is running a number of graduate programs in the areas of engineering, business administration and computer science in collaboration with Allama Iqbal Open University. It is recognized by Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC)[3][4][5] and Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan. It is also one of the top institutions of technical education and vocational training and has been recognized by Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority, (TEVTA) Pakistan. Due to some reasons, AIOU stopped Engineering program in 2006.[6] But its all batches from 2000 to 2005 (1311 Students) were given recognition by Pakistan Engineering Council due to its high teaching and Labs standards.

Engineers graduated by Institute are serving in the Leading Telecom Operators of Pakistan as well as different Vendors, the Institute is one of its own kind as IET started Telecom Engineering in public sector in 2000 realizing the future needs of the growing Industry in Pakistan.

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