Technical education in India has faced many transformations from its inception, and such transformation was made from time to time to uplift and upgrade the status of Technical Education, to meet he rapid change world wide in the education sector.

Govt. of India was concerned about the vast gap in the quality of Technical Education that existed between the Premier Engineering Institutes of India and Private Engineering Institutes that kept on emerging every year.

To bridge such a vast gap, Govt. of India took several initiatives with an eye to give a decent direction and to bring the private engineering institutes at par with the few Premier Engineering Institutes of India.

    Govt. of India explicitly focused on the development of the following parameters:
  • Infrastructure of Engineering colleges
  • Competent and quality Faculty members and Staff
  • Effective teaching and learning process with modern technology
  • Modernization of the entire education system in Indian

TEQIP emerged as one such endeavor initiated by Govt. of India and State Governments, where both the Central and the State Government convinced WORLD BANK for providing fund for a Systematic Transformation of Technical Education System in INDIA.

The term TEQIP was coined in the year 2003, representing a long term initiative towards the development of Technical Education System in INDIA. This programme was launched as a three phased implementation strategy, where subsequent phases would be a logical continuation of the type of lessons learnt in the previous phases.

The competition for getting the TEQIP grant was open for all the Engineering institutes of all states and Union Territories across the country. An estimate of 300 Engineering institutes took part in the competition out of which 200 Engineering institutes including Centrally Funded Institutes (CFIs) were found eligible by MHRD-India and World Bank to receive the prestigious grant. Narula Institute Of Technology was fortunate enough to receive the grant from World Bank under the Private-Unaided Category.

As a mandatory requirement of TEQIP Phase-II, Institutional Development Proposal (IDP) was then prepared and all the targets highlighted in the IDP are timely fulfilled at our institution in all possible way.

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TEQIP Application Formats & Guidelines

Institution Development Plan

Governance Development Plan

Tie-up Arrangements between JIS Group of Institutions and Central Bank of India for Educational Loan to Students