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Triguna Sen School of Technology, Silchar (TSSOT)

Assam | Government Institute | Co ed | Campus Area : No Information
Year of Establishment :2006 | AICTE Approval : Approved
Address :

TSSOT
Assam University, Silchar - 11

Email :

dean.tssot@gmail.com

Contact :

03842-270988

Affiliated University :

Assam University

Official Website :

http://www.aus.ac.in/TSSOT

Courses :

B Tech

Total Fees : No Information
Admission Criteria : Merit Based
Branches : Agricultural Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Electronics & Communcation Engineering,

M Tech

Total Fees : No Information
Admission Criteria : GATE
Facilities :
About College :

The growing influence of technology on all function of society has created a large demand for engineering graduates, not only to enter the professional practice of engineering and technology, but also to bring the strengths of engineering and technology education to related fields such as law, medicine, management and government. Assam University has launched Triguna Sen School of Technology in conformity with its commitment to provide students of region a global opportunity window.

Established in the year 2006 with two departments namely Computer Science & Engineering (formerly Information Technology) and Agricultural Engineering, the School stepped in its endeavor of never ending excellence. The School has committed itself to impart quality education and to instill good values and practices in the minds of students and teachers alike. With the inception of Electronics & Communication Engineering Department in the School, new vistas have opened up in academics and research areas alike.

Apart from MHRD funding, the school is under Technical Education Quality Improvements Programme Phase-II (A project of World Bank and MHR, GOI).

Apart from the three departments a Workshop facility has also been established under the school to quench the thirst of knowledge of the budding engineers of the school keeping in mind the vision-mission and goal to create quality engineers to address the issues of short fall of technical manpower in the North Eastern region in particular and the country as a whole.

In consonance with the University's mission to provide solace to people of the region, the engineering courses being offered will strive to generate skilled human resources to help provide cost-effective technical solutions to the people for improving their living conditions.

As the university is aware of its role in the nation-building process, this new school will serve as a technology-based knowledge resource center in the region. The University desires to be a catalyst in the growth of the north-east region to make it an active contributor to the transformation of the nation into a technological superpower by 2020.