ITM University (Gwalior)

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Coordinates: 26°8′51″N 78°11′18″E / 26.14750°N 78.18833°E / 26.14750; 78.18833

ITM University (Gwalior)
ChancellorRamashankar Singh[1]
Vice-ChancellorDr. Kamal Kant Dwivedi[1]
Location, ,
26°8′51″N 78°11′18″E / 26.14750°N 78.18833°E / 26.14750; 78.18833
ITM University Gwalior Logo.png

ITM University is a multidisciplinary private university. [2] based in Gwalior, India with subjects spanning the sciences, engineering, management, fine arts, social sciences, arts, and nursing. The University is established by the Act of State Legislature Madhya Pradesh and is notified in the Official Gazette (extraordinary) of the State Government.


ITM University is located at a highly visible site on NH 75 in the city of Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh. Each department has its own building with laboratory, library and computer facilities. The 'NAAD' amphitheater has a seating capacity of more than 3000 people is being used for cultural and co-curricular activities of the Institutes. The university has 4 Boy's hostel & 1 Girl's hostel, namely Nalanda, Narmada, Sadipani, Shantiniketan and Girls Cottage of bedding 120, 320, 320, 200,& 120 respectively with two blocks of mess & dining of approximately 26,000 sq. feet with a semi-mechanized system of very hygienic cooking, having enough space for dining & mess facility for 600 & 520 respectively persons at a time. The campus also has an auditorium, on-campus nursing home and a 24-hour functional OPD, a gymnasium along with badminton, volleyball, handball, basketball courts & Indoors's play. ITM University recently opened the gates of new building named J.C.Bose Block.[3]


  • School of Engineering and Technology
  • School of Computer Applications
  • School Of Business
  • School of Art & Design
  • School of Physical Education & Sports
  • School of Nursing Sciences
  • School of Pharmacy
  • School of Science
  • School of Agriculture
  • School of Architecture & Design
  • School of Education
  • School of Fine Arts
  • School of Law
  • School of Humanities and Literary Studies

Annual festivals[edit]

4444 students from 25 schools met up at ITM University, Gwalior in February 2012 forming the largest human-made 'smiley face' during KRONOS 2012[4]

KRONOS: The annual youth festival KRONOS, is a four-day national level techno-cultural fest organized by the Student's Activity Council of ITM Universe. Started in 2010, KRONOS is held in the month of March or April. It has technical events (in collaboration with by the ISOI, CSI, IETE and ISTE Student Chapters) and cultural events. Teams from ITM and other colleges participate to win prizes in various events during the festival. The main attractions are performances by national and international bands.

TIMS (Technology Innovation Management for Sustainable Development): Features an outstanding technical programme including keynote speeches, panel discussion, oral and poster sessions and cultural programme.


  1. ^ a b "ITM University, Gwalior - Officials". MPNVVA Bhopal. Retrieved 15 March 2018.
  2. ^ "Government gives 'go ahead' to ten private universities".
  3. ^ "Behind the scenes: Ruchi Singh, VP, ITM University". 13 October 2013. Retrieved 13 October 2013.
  4. ^ "Snapshot: The largest human-made 'smiley face'".

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