Women's Institute of Technology

It is said that, “If one educates a man an individual is educated. If one educates a woman, the whole family is educated”. The Mission of Women’s Institute of Technology, an Engineering College exclusively for women is to produce at least one women technocrat from every village of Bihar in order to empower the Family, Society and Nation.

The L. N. Mithila University in pursuance of the order of the Bihar Government issued notification regarding establishment of Women’s Institute of Technology as a unit of L. N. Mithila University vide Letter No. 4346-4488 dated April 21, 2004.

A three member expert committee of AICTE visited the Women’s Institute of Technology campus on April 30, 2004 for physical verification of the infrastructural facilities. The AICTE accorded its approval vide F. No. 06/09/ BIH/ENGG/2004/002 dated September 28 to Women’s Institute of Technology.

December 30, 2005 goes down as a RED LETTER DAY in the history of Women’s Institute of Technology and L. N. Mithila University as Bharat Ratna Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam arrived in person to inaugurate the Women’s Institute of Technology transferring a dream of Prof. Rajmani Prasad Sinha the then Vice-Chancellor, L. N. Mithila University into reality for rekindling the light of technological development of Mithila region. Women’s Institute of Technology is reaching new heights of glory under the able guidance of the present Vice-Chancellor Dr. Surendra Kumar Singh and Dr. M. Nehal (Director, WIT).

Women’s Institute of Technology is only of its kind in North-East India. It was inaugurated by His Excellency Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam in the extended campus of L. N. Mithila University, Darbhanga spread over an area of 25 acres. The college premises are within a boundary wall and have a green and lustrous surrounding.

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