Kamla Nehru Institute of Technology
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|Type||Government, Autonomous college of Uttar Pradesh Technical University|
|Director||Dr. Raghuraj Singhh|
|Location||Sultanpur, U.P., India|
|Campus||Rural, 100 acres (0.4 km2)|
Kamla Nehru Institute of Technology (KNIT Sultanpur) is a state government funded, autonomous engineering institution located in Sultanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India. It is affiliated to Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University (formerly known as Uttar Pradesh Technical University). It has been ranked amongst the top engineering institutes under UPTU
- 1 History
- 2 Courses of study
- 3 Campus facilities and amenities
- 4 Central Wireless Network (CWN)
- 5 In campus hostels
- 6 References
- 7 External links
KNIT was established as the Faculty of Technology in Kamla Nehru Institute of Science and Technology, Lucknow, in 1976 by the Kamla Nehru Memorial Trust. It was taken over by the government of Uttar Pradesh in 1979 with a view to develop an engineering institute in the Eastern region of Uttar Pradesh. In 1983 it was registered as a separate society and was renamed as the Kamla Nehru Institute Of Technology.
KNIT offers testing and consultancy services to the industry and other agencies. The institute is affiliated to Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University, Lucknow. Kamla Nehru Institute of Technology, Sultanpur has been officially ranked number 1 based on the performance of the students.
Courses of study
The Institute offers the following courses under semester system.
Undergraduate programs: B.Tech (4 years - 8 semesters)
The B.Tech curriculum prescribed by Abdul Kalam Technical University Lucknow comprises a full-time four-year course approved by AICTE. The curriculum consists of theory courses, practicals, projects and seminars. It also provides weightage for industrial training and extracurricular activities.
The theory courses are composed of basic Science and Humanities subjects, engineering courses, core courses and departmental specialized courses with a proportion of 16%, 34% and 50% respectively. There is an emphasis on computer education, and for this each branch, except Computer Science and Engineering, and Information Technology, includes some Computing papers.
Students do their industrial training of 6 weeks at the third year level in industry. The students deliver seminars in the third year on advanced topics.
The intakes are :
- Computer Science and Engineering (intake 60 + 12 lateral enteries)
- Information Technology (intake 60 + 12 lateral enteries)
- Electrical Engineering (intake 60 + 12 lateral enteries)
- Electronics Engineering (intake 60 + 12 lateral enteries)
- Mechanical Engineering (intake 60 + 12 lateral enteries)
- Civil Engineering (intake 60 + 12 lateral enteries)
5% of the seats are reserved for the NRIs and 10 seats for other states nominees.
Master of Computer Applications (MCA) (3 years - 6 semesters)
This programme fulfills the industry's need for software professionals. MCA is a six-semester full-time postgraduate programme spread over three years. The MCA Programme was introduced in the institute in 1988 with its first batch passing out in 1991, initially with an intake of 30 students, which was increased to 60 students in 2000.
The MCA programme runs under the Computer Science and Engineering Department. Experts from industry and academic institutions are invited to deliver lectures on advancements in the field of Computer Science.
Full-time postgraduate (M.Tech)
- Computer Science and Engineering - 18 seats
- Electrical Engineering (Power Electronics and Drives) - 18 seats
- Electronics Engineering (comm. engg.)- 18 seats
- Mechanical Engineering - 18 seats
- Civil Engineering (Geo Technical) - 18 seats
Part-time (M.Tech) programme (five semesters) course
- Electrical Engineering (Solid State Control/Power System)
- Mechanical Engineering (Machine Design/Industrial System Engineering)
- Electronics Engineering (Digital Electronics and Systems)
- Civil Engineering (Water Resources Engineering /Geotechnical Engineering)
- Computer Sc. & Engg.(18 seats)
13 seats in all these branches except Computer Sc. & Engg. where intake is 18, totaling to 70.
Doctoral programme: Ph.D.
- Computer Science and Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Electronics Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Applied Mathematics
- Applied Physics
- Applied Chemistry
The Institute has following Academic Departments
- Department of Applied Sciences & Humanities
- Department of Civil Engineering
- Department of Electrical Engineering
- Department of Electronics Engineering
- Department of Mechanical Engineering
- Department of Computer Science & Engineering (includes M.C.A and Information Technology)
- Central Library
Campus facilities and amenities
KNIT has a 100-acre campus with different blocks allotted for various academic activities which include co-curricular and extra co-curricular activities. Apart from hostels, KNIT has admin blocks, a CSA(Council of student activities) hall, KNIT grounds, Academic block, various engineering labs like Mechanics lab and Workshops which consist of various shops like welding, foundry, carpentry, etc. that are generally included in engineering syllabuses across the country. Many of the labs like networking, Java and various CSED (Computer science and Engineering Department labs) are located in academic blocks. 
The college also has a guest house which is used for accommodation of guests such as guest professors and guardians of students residing in campus.
Central Wireless Network (CWN)
Internet facility is available throughout the campus either by the use of WiFi or by keystone jacks installed in classes and various other places in academic and admin buildings. ISP providing the service is National Knowledge Network (NKN) which connects the campus via leased fibre lines. Hostels and various academic sections are connected via Network Switch which in turn is connected to the Network Switch Controller in the server room. All Hostels have WiFi provided by routers at appropriate locations. The network has MAC filtering and requires devices to have their MAC registered before they can connect to the secured WiFi Networks using WPA2 Personal Security.
The entire traffic passes through Fortiguard firewall which regulates traffic restricting access of few site genres, VPNs, some of the network ports, etc.
In campus hostels
- Ramanujam Hostel- Final Year (Single + 3 seater)
- Khosla Hostel- Third Year (3 seater)
- Gargi Hostel - Second Year (3 Seater)
- Aryabhatt Hostel - Third Year (2 Seater)
- Old Vs Hostel- First Year (3 Seater)
- New VS Hostel - Second year (3 Seater)
- Raman Hostel - First Year (3 Seater)
- Kalam Hostel - First Year (3 Seater)
- Old Matreyee Hostel
- New Matreyee Hostel
- New Hostel 1 (Under Construction)
- New Hostel 2 (Under Construction)
- "Kamla Nehru Institute of Technology, Sultanpur: About us". Retrieved 26 May 2015.
- "List of colleges affiliated with Uttar Pradesh Technical University". Archived from the original on 21 April 2012. Retrieved 26 May 2015.
- "Ranking of Institutions based on B.Tech Theory Exam (2008-09) Performance" (PDF). Uttar Pradesh Technical University. Archived from the original (PDF) on 12 April 2015. Retrieved 26 May 2015.
- "Courses of study". Retrieved 27 May 2015.
- ":: Kamla Nehru Institute of Technology, Sultanpur ::". Knit.ac.in. Retrieved 2016-09-12.
- ":: Connected Institutions | National Knowledge Network ::". nkn.gov.in. Retrieved 2017-03-22.