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Calcutta Institute of Engineering and Management

Calcutta Institute of Engineering and Management (CIEM)
Logo of Calcutta Institute of Engineering and Management
Established 2003
Type Private College/Government aided
Principal Dr. Bikramjit Bal Niyogi
Undergraduates 1500 (approx)
Location Kolkata, West Bengal, India
Campus Tollygunge (between Tollygunge & Kudghat/Netaji Metro Station), (Urban; 5 acres).
Nickname CIEM
Website http://www.ciemcal.org/

Calcutta Institute of Engineering and Management (CIEM) is a Tertiary institution in Tollygunge, Kolkata, West Bengal, India. The Institute was founded in 2003 with an aim to develop a “Center for Excellence”, by eminent educationalists, social workers and most importantly the Government of West Bengal.[1]

Campus

This self-financed institute, with 5.08 acres (20,600 m2) of land, had lecture rooms, one seminar room, around 50 computer terminals inside computer labs, a library, along with other essential amenities as cafeteria, common-room for playing carrom and table-tennis and one small play ground. [2]

References

  1. ^ http://study.taaza.com/study/top-20-engineering-colleges-in-kolkata/
  2. ^ http://www.ciemcal.org/

External links

  • http://www.wbut.ac.in
  • http://www.wbut.net

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