Girijananda Choudhury Institute of Management and Technology is one of its kind institute in the entire north-eastern region providing professional courses to aspirants.
Started in 2006, it is the first self-financed institute of Assam under the aegis of Shrimanta Shankar Academy Society.
Situated at Azara on the outskrits of Guwahati, the gateway to the Northeast, the institute is the only non-government institute in the State where B Tech programmes of Engineering are accredited by the National Board of Accreditation.
The institute presently boasts of over 30 ongoing government funded projects across various departments.
Girijananda Choudhury Institute of Management and Technology presently has over 150 experienced faculty members, among whom there are over 30 doctorates from premier national institutes.
The institute has research collaboration with Bennet University, Noida for research project on Artificial Intelligence.
Notably, it also has industry-academia relationship with Bosch training centre in campus.
GIMT has also the distinction of being the only institute in the Northeast to be selected as nodal centre consecutively for three years by the central government’s Smart India Hackathon.
The institute provides state of the art laboratory facilities apart from smart classrooms in all departments.
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The institute has an on-campus hostel facility for boys and girls and also to and from bus services to Guwahati city.
GIMT organizes the biggest techno-cultural extravaganza of the State, Euphuism, annually.
The graduates from GIMT are now placed in several reputed companies across the country.
Recently, a student from GIMT, Guwahati, Hrishikesh Barman has been selected for attending a technical conference in Munich.
The two-day technical conference ‘PromCon EU 2019’ is scheduled to be held from Thursday to Friday.
The conference is held under the Diversity scholarships of Google.
The travel funding is sponsored by Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF).
The conference is aimed to teach its participants the best ways of using the Prometheus monitoring system which is an application software used for event monitoring and alerting.
Hrishikesh who is a 7th semester Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) student of GIMT Guwahati has been selected the prestigious technical conference under a Google scholarship.
Recently, students of the department of computer science and engineering of the institute attended a talk titled ‘IT Industry and its Challenges’.
Through the talk, the students were exposed to the challenges of the IT industry.
Overall 80 students of the 5th and 7th semester of the department attended the talk.
Assistant consultant of Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) Dibyajyoti Das delivered the talk.
The Society has also established another engineering institute in Tezpur under the Private Public Partnership Model with Assam government.
It has earned the goodwill of aspiring students not only of that part of Assam, but also from neighbouring Arunachal Pradesh.