Hindustan Institute of Technology and Management,Agra
NH-2, 19th K.M. Stone,
Agra-Delhi Highway, Keetham, Agra-282007,
Dr.APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University, Lucknow
Hindustan Institute of Technology & Management is an engineering college of Uttar Pradesh, India. It is affiliated to Dr.APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University, Lucknow and part of SGI (Sharda Group of Institutions), the largest education group of North India.
Hindustan Institute of Technology & Management is situated at the 19 km stone on the Agra-Delhi Highway (NH-2) approved by AICTE Ministry of HRD, Affiliated to UPTU. The college is spread across 21 acres of land at a scenic location. The college is housed in its own building with 50,000 sq. mtrs. of covered area. Strong industry interface-best placements in top corporates-over 75% placement. 02 NBA Accredited Programmes in EE & EC. 210(+) Research papers in National/International journals. 42 National & International Conference
Hindustan college, Agra as it is known in academic circle is at the 19 km milestone on the Agra-Delhi Highway (NH-2). The college is spread across 21 acres (85,000 m2) of a scenic location, housed in a building with 40,000 square metres covered area.
The chairman of SGI is Mr. P. K. Gupta and vice-chairman is Mr. Y. K. Gupta. The Director is Dr. Shailendra Singh. The college has a palatial building housing state-of-the art facilities viz a library, modern hi- tech labs, Audio-visual aided class rooms, Amphi- theater, canteen, 24x7 Wi-Fi and excellent sports facilities for Foot ball, basket ball, cricket, Gymnasium and so on. Recently the college foot ball team won the inter university championship as well.
It offers courses in seven branches of engineering (ME, CE, ECE, EEE, IT, CSE) and offers post-graduate courses in MBA and M-Tech. The ECE and EEE branches are NBA accredited.
The campus has separate hostels for girls (Sharda Bhawan) and boys (Vivekanad Bhawan and Ramkrishan Bhawan).
There is an Techno-Cultural Fest, EUREKA, which has technical as well cultural competitions attracting wide participation from hundreds of students from various colleges in North India. Highlight of the event is the " war of bands" where the college band performances conclude with a competition amongst the group colleges