Institute of Management and Information Technology, Cuttack

Coordinates: 20°28′31″N 85°53′45″E / 20.4754°N 85.8959°E / 20.4754; 85.8959
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Institute of Management and Information Technology, Cuttack
Former names
CAMS ('College of Accountancy and Management Studies')
Mottoसाधनायां सिद्धी
Motto in English
Perfection through Practice
TypePublic, education and research
Established1962
PrincipalM.R.Kabat [1]
Location,
India

20°28′31″N 85°53′45″E / 20.4754°N 85.8959°E / 20.4754; 85.8959
CampusUrban, 30 acres (0.12 km2) Jobra, Cuttack
AffiliationsConstituent, BPUT
Websitewww.imit.ac.in

The Institute of Management and Information Technology (IMIT), Cuttack is a state government management institution and the first institute of information technology and management established by the government of Odisha in 1962.[2] It is one of the constituent colleges of BPUT, Rourkela, situated in the city of Cuttack in the eastern part of the state of Odisha, India.[3]

IMIT Cuttack was also known as 'College of Accountancy and Management Studies' (CAMS). This institution is imparting postgraduate degrees in Master of Business Administration, Master of Computer Application and MTech which are affiliated to Biju Patnaik University of Technology under AICTE. The college has been providing postgraduate degrees in computer science and business administration for a very long time, and many of its alumni are well-placed. Being twin to the state capital, Bhubaneswar, the Cyber heart of Odisha, it enjoys many advantages. Its close proximity to many large scale industries, central and state public sector undertaking and technical institutions has provided opportunities to its students for project work, practical training and research. While strengthening human resource development efforts in the country, this college lays greater emphasis on qualitative sense of education and not merely quantitative one.[4] Admission to the institute is strictly as per the rankings in Odisha Joint Entrance Examination and under the reservation policy as per the Government of Odisha.[5]

Currently, due to the expansion of SCB Medical College and Hospital, its original campus has been demolished, and it is now operating in a rented building.[6][7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Welcome to IMIT
  2. ^ "about imit". imit.ac.in.
  3. ^ "List of colleges affiliated to the Biju Patnaik University of Technology", Wikipedia, 6 January 2024, retrieved 14 January 2024
  4. ^ "Welcome to IMIT".
  5. ^ "IMIT admission info".
  6. ^ Service, Pragativadi News (14 February 2023). ""Skilled-in-Odisha" to Be Made a Global Household Brand". Pragativadi. Retrieved 14 January 2024.
  7. ^ "Closure of DCHs likely to take toll on patients in Cuttack". The New Indian Express. Retrieved 14 January 2024.