Laxminarayan Institute of Technology hInfo, Admissions, Courses, Contact 2018: Laxminarayan Institute of Technology also known as LIT, located in Nagpur Maharashtra was established in 1942, starting with an initial strength of many students, from then college witnessed a spectacular growth over the years. Currently the Laxminarayan Institute of Technology has become one of the leading in the city of Nagpur. The institute is affiliated to Nagpur University.
Laxminarayan Institute of Technology students making its bench mark in the field of academics with its good results in all the university examinations. The college has been recently re-accredited good grade.
Laxminarayan Institute of Technology offered students various undergraduate and postgraduate courses with good faculty and infrastructure and hostel facilities.
Laxminarayan Institute of Technology Undergraduate (UG) Courses
- B. Tech in Chemical Engineering
- B. Tech in Chemical Technology
- B. Tech in Food Technology
- B. Tech in Oil Technology
Laxminarayan Institute of Technology Post Graduate (PG) Courses
- M. Tech in Chemical Engineering
- M. Tech in Chemical Technology
- M. Tech in Food Technology
- M. Tech in Oil Technology
Laxminarayan Institute of Technology Details below
About College:- Laxminarayan Institute of Technology which was founded in 1942 owes its existence to the munificent donation of the Late Rao Bahadur D. Laxminarayan of Kamptee who by sheer hard work and inspite of many difficulties, not only amassed a considerable fortune, but became a prominent figure in the public affairs of the Province. During his life time, it must have occurred to him that the backwardness of the Province was in a large measure due to the lack of higher training and research in Technology. His work brought him into contact with problems which required the aid of Technologists for their solution, and in order that this want should not stand in the way of progress, he bequeathed the main part of his property, then estimated at Rs.35,20,540/- to the Nagpur University by his Will dated the 3rd May 1930, for the purpose of “Teaching of Applied Science and Chemistry”. For this a Committee was appointed by Nagpur University on 6th February 1932, known as the “Bequest Scheme Committee”, which consisted of eminent men of Science, Industry and Public Affairs drawn from all over India. This committee with Sir M.B. Niyogi, Vice-Chancellor as Chairman recommended to establish an Institute of Technology for teaching Industrial Chemistry with particular emphasis on the application of Science to the industrial development of the province, then known as Central Provinces and Berar.
College Contact Details:
|Address||Amravati Road, Opposite Bharat Nagar, Ram Nagar, Nagpur, Maharashtra 440033|
|Phone||0712 256 1107|
Important (Easy) Links:
Mail Website : litnagpur.org