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20th in NIRF, Thapar University believes that practical exposure is the need of the hour

20th in NIRF, Thapar University believes that practical exposure is the need of the hour


The Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology has ranked 20th in the category of engineering among all engineering institutes in the country in the National Institute of Ranking Framework (NIRF) 2018. The rankings were announced by Union Minister Prakash Javadekar at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi.

A sprawling campus, well equipped sports stadiums and up to date labs this is what makes up a good college. But Thapar University not only provides these basic necessities but takes a step forward to ensure that the students get the best they require.

Founded in 1956 with a campus spread across sprawling 250 acres, Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology, located in Patiala, has been a pioneer in engineering education, research and innovation. The community involves ingenious minds solvers who are eager to make the world a better place to live in with their innovative techniques and discoveries.

Apart from imparting classroom lectures, they provide the much-needed hands-on experience and practical exposure to their students.

They understand that bookish knowledge is not enough to excel and hence make sure their students get something extra.

Rated amongst the top ranked innovation-driven private universities and technical institutes in the country, Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology has been accredited with an `A` grade by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). They constantly evolve their teaching methods, and provide quality education to the students, whom they see as unique individuals with different interests and aspirations. They keep the quality of curriculum, faculty and infrastructure unparalleled, and believe in encouraging thousands of young minds to excel in India and abroad.

Well it can be summarized that in order to excel one needs hands-on experience of the things students are taught in a class.

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