Pune Institute of Computer Technology

Pune Institute of Computer Technology, (or PICT) is an engineering college in Pune, India. Established by the Society for Computer Research and Training in 1983, it was the first institute to introduce a Computer Engineering branch among private colleges in the Maharashtra state. It offers degrees in Computer Engineering, Information Technology and Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering. In 2010, it was ranked 16th amongst the private engineering colleges in India by Livemint.com.

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