National Institute of Technology

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Chhattisgarh - Education - Premier Institutes in Chattisgarh - National Institute of Technology
... National Institute of Technology, Raipur is an important technical university located in Raipur, Chhattisgarh ... College of Mining Metallurgy, this institute is one of the oldest of its kind in India ... Currently it is one of the 20 National Institutes of Technology, which have been accorded Institute of National Importance status by the NIT Act of the Indian Government ...
Education In Orissa - National Level Public Institutions - National Institute of Technology
... Established in the year 1961, The National Institute of Technology (NIT) located at the steel city of Rourkela is the foremost engineering degree ... been ranked among the top engineering institutes in the country, most recently being placed as the 3rd best Engineering Institute in Eastern India, after IIT Kharagpur and IIT ...

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