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IMPS College of Engineering and Technology

IMPS College of Engineering and Technology
Established 2003
Type Private
Principal Dr. S.K.Bhattacharya
Director Mr. B. Bhattacharya
Academic staff
60
Administrative staff
15
Students 950
Undergraduates 950
Postgraduates 000
Location Malda, West Bengal, India
Campus Urban
Approvals AICTE
Affiliations West Bengal University of Technology
Website www.impscet.net

IMPS College of Engineering and Technology (or Impscet) is an engineering and management college located in Malda, West Bengal, India. The college was established in 2003. It provides engineering, technological and management education. The college is an AICTE-approved institution and is affiliated to the West Bengal University of Technology.

Contents

  • Courses offered 1
    • Undergraduate programme 1.1
  • Administration 2
  • Laboratories 3
  • Student activities 4
  • Library 5
  • Hostels 6
  • Facilities 7
    • Soft Skill Development Facilities 7.1
  • College events 8
    • Freshers' Welcome 8.1
    • Annual Cultural Fest 8.2
    • List of companies for 2012 batch 8.3
    • List of companies for 2011 batch 8.4
  • References 9
  • External links 10

Courses offered

Undergraduate programme

Bachelor of Engineering (B.Tech)

Administration

Members of Governing Body

  • Mr. B. Bhattacharjee, Chairman,
  • Dr. B.P. Sarkar, Director,
  • Dr. Nemailal Tarafder, Principal,
  • Mr A. Chakrabarty, Administrative Officer,
  • Eastern Regional Officer, AICTE- Regional Officer, Kolkata,
  • Superintendent Engineer, WBSEB, Malda,
  • Vice-Chancellor or nominee, WBUT, Kolkata, West Bengal,
  • Dr. Sajal Dasgupta, Director of Technical Education, Higher Education Dept., Government of West Bengal,
  • Vice-Chancellor or nominee BIT, Mesra.

Laboratories

The labs are:

  • Computer Science Lab
  • Electronics & Communication Lab
  • Electrical Lab
  • Information Technology Lab

Student activities

  • Some of the students, of Computer Science & Engineering and Electronics & Communication Engineering, achieved in 2007 the most coveted foreign placement in Tokyo, Japan.
  • IMPSCET participated in a Robotics competition and won the 3rd prize all over the West Bengal (2007)

Library

The library has a collection of books and journals in the area of Electronics, Computer Science, Information Technology and related subjects like Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The library is housed on a complete floor with reading, reference and borrowing sections. The library has 6500 volumes of books and national and international journals. The library also provides a reach collection of all prominent newspapers and magazines.

Hostels

To provide boarding and lodging facilities, the college possess a boy’s hostel and a separate girl’s hostel. The accommodation capacity of boys and girls are 600 and 225 respectively. Facilities in the hostels include kitchens, safe drinking water, dining halls, a separate faculty room, mess and reading room. Hostel rooms have attached bath and toilet.

Facilities

Soft Skill Development Facilities

The approach of the Training and Placement Department is multi-fold:

  • Train or provide exposure to students in specific software.
  • Identify potential employers,
  • Approach and convince them to interview and select the students of the college.
  • Training the teaching faculty to enhance their teaching capabilities.

College events

Apart from academic events, the college calendar has twor major events:

Freshers' Welcome

The Freshers Welcome is organized to introduce first year students to college life. The freshers welcome titled CORONATION has seen students' performances as well as bands like Fossils, Eshaan and other Bangla Bands. Now Every cultural program is banded.

Annual Cultural Fest

The annual cultural fest is not situated here.

List of companies for 2012 batch

(and others).

List of companies for 2011 batch

References

  • Official website of IMPS Corps (www.impscet.net )

External links

  • IMPS Engineering College Official website


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