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Tripura Institute of Technology

The Tripura Institute of Technology is located at Narsingarh in the West Tripura district of Tripura, India, 12 km from Agartala main city and 1 km from Agartala Airport.

Formerly known as Polytechnic Institute, Narsingarh, Tripura (W) the Tripura Institute of Technology has been given the status of BE college. This institute is facilitating both the diploma and degree courses in Engineering and Technology.

The institute has class rooms, tutorial halls, laboratories, workshops, LRUC, library, conference hall, computing facilities with LAN, and auditorium. Additional academic and administrative buildings are adjacent to the campus.


  • Mandate 1
  • About the Institute 2
  • Academic provision 3
  • Campus 4
  • Courses 5
    • Degree courses 5.1
    • Diploma Courses 5.2
    • Computer Laboratories 5.3
    • Electronics and Telecom Engineering Lab 5.4
    • Mechanical and Electrical Machine Shops 5.5
    • Engineering Mechanics Lab 5.6
    • Physics Lab 5.7
    • Mechanical Workshops 5.8
    • Programming Lab, DBMS Lab, AutoCAD Lab, Internet Technology Lab 5.9
    • Hardware Lab 5.10
    • Internet Laboratory 5.11
  • See also 6
  • External links 7


TIT is a co-educational government institute under the Department of Higher Education, government of Tripura, to provide AICTE approved diploma and degree (B.E) programmes in Engineering and Technology. Curriculum and evaluation systems conform to the requirements of the Tripura University (A Central University) to meet the demands and needs of the stakeholders.

About the Institute

The institute (erstwhile Polytechnic Institute, Narsingarh) started in 1958 with branches of Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, affiliated to the West Bengal State Council of Technical Education. Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering was started in 1995.

The Ministry of Human Resource and World Bank began the Tech. Ed.-III project for student capacity increase and quality improvement, in the period 2001 to 2007. The project resulted in new branches in Computer Science and Technology, Food Processing Technology, Automobile Engineering, Interior Decoration Handicrafts and Furniture Designing and Modern Office Practice and Management.

The institute is administered by the Education (Higher) Department, Government of Tripura and is affiliated to the Tripura University. With the introduction of the degree module from the academic session 2007-08 the entire academic control of both degree and diploma comes under Tripura University. The diploma level students already registered under West Bengal State Council of Technical Education up to the academic session 2006-07 remained with WBSCTE. The curricula and other academic control of the Tripura Institute of Technology both of diploma and degree, came under the control of Tripura University from June 2007.

Academic provision

The All India Council of Technical education (AICTE) approved the institute to offer five degree courses and eight diploma courses from the 2007 academic session, with 180 students in the degree module and 240 students in the diploma module.


TIT is located at its own campus at Narsingarh, a suburb of Agartala. The campus is situated 2 km from the Agartala Airport.


Degree courses

Diploma Courses

Computer Laboratories

The institute has four different computer labs full AC with design and modelling packages exclusively for the B.E students.Every lab has separated computer for every students. The 4 different labs are for 1.DBMS(Database management System)Lab 2. OOPS(Object oriented Programming)Lab 3.Software engineering lab and 4. Web technology lab. Every lab has internet facility to every system for instant Internet access to update themselves with the world.5.kutu technology.

Electronics and Telecom Engineering Lab

Gives training in electronic circuitry, antennae engineering, microwave engineering, and analogue and digital electronics. Now there is also a separated campus building for the Electronics department. With high tech lab facilities.

Mechanical and Electrical Machine Shops

Shops are equipped with lathes, shaping machines and drilling machines. The electrical shop is fitted with AC and DC motors, generators and alternators, with instruments for circuit and systems labs.

Engineering Mechanics Lab

The labs are Engineering Mechanics Lab, Kinematics and Dynamics Lab, Fluid Mechanics and Solid Mechanics Lab.

Physics Lab

The Physics Laboratory is equipped for laser, fiber optics and ultrasonic experiments.

Mechanical Workshops

The mechanical workshop houses millers, lathes including bench type lathe, radial drilling, sensitive drilling machine, grinder, shaping, power hacksaw, blending machine, and spot welder. Moulds are designed and fabricated using CAD (AutoCAD-2002) software for outside parties.

Programming Lab, DBMS Lab, AutoCAD Lab, Internet Technology Lab

The students enrolled in B.E in Computers, Information Technology, Electronics and Communication and Mechanical, can do practical in C++, HTML and AutoCAD.

Hardware Lab

The students assemble and troubleshoot computer systems and peripherals. The lab helps the student build up a knowledge of computers components.

Internet Laboratory

There is no internet laboratory yet present.

See also

External links

  • Official website

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