“The Jamia has to run. If you are worried about its finances, I will go about with a begging bowl.”
- Mahatma Gandhi
Set in a soothing ambiance with the state of art infrastructure, the Faculty of Engineering and Technology rolls out over 350 graduates every year which have been identified to be top notch everywhere. The Faculty makes its students go through a rigorous exercise and meticulous preparation to achieve excellence in their profession. JMIFET provides education to its students that is aimed at the comprehensive development of human personality. It arms them with the latest technology as well as intellect to innovate and makes them capable to usher a social change for the betterment of humanity. It is a home to budding talent that enters as a raw gem and walks out as a polished diamond. The Faculty’s current rating of being 12th* among the top engineering colleges in the country is testimony to its prowess. The students of the faculty have a rich tradition of excellence in technical as well as extra-curricular activities. They have proved their might in all the spheres of life, be it engineering, civil services, managerial services or Social causes.
The Faculty and its six departments, provide the students with all the recent technologies needed to keep pace with the changing time. The curriculum offered keeps in mind the latest industrial needs and upcoming developments in technology and offers ample opportunity to students for hands-on experience. The Faculty members are highly qualified and have several research papers and conferences of national and international stature to their name.
The Faculty has foreign collaboration with Universities in Germany, UK and Japan. It strives towards establishing an army of professionals that can cater to the needs of the international market. The emphasis has been on producing such intellectuals that do not give in to changes, rather bring about changes, those who do not follow but innovate; and in the process pave way for the rest of the world.
* As per 'The Week-Hansa Research Survey' published on 5 June, 2011.