Type of the institute: National Institute of Technology
Complete Mailing Address: National Institute of Technology Warangal Telangana 506004
Contact Person For Admission: Prof. Anand Kishore Kola
Designation: Chairman (Admissions)
Email: admissions@nitw.ac.in
Alternate Email: dean_acad@nitw.ac.in
Phone Nos: 91-870-2462060
Fax No: 91-870-2459547
Mobile No.: 8332969703
About the Institute:

National Institute of Technology (formerly known as Regional Engineering College) Warangal, was established in 1959, the first in the chain of 31 NITs (formerly known as RECs) in the country. It is an Institute of National Importance and fully funded by Government of India. It has a self-contained residential campus located in a beautiful wooded land of about 248 acres.

The exquisite and intricate architecture of Ramappa, Thousand Pillar Temple, Bhadrakali Temple and Lake and the Warangal Fort have been centers of attraction. Lovely gardens,  lakes and rocks in the vicinity are other places of interest for students.

The Institute is well known for its dedicated faculty, staff and the state-of-the art infrastructure conducive to a healthy academic environment. Ever since the inception, the Institute is constantly striving to achieve higher levels of technical excellence. Evolving a socially relevant and yet internationally acceptable curriculum, implementing innovative and effective teaching methodologies and focusing on the wholesome development of the students are our concerns. Many developmental activities were undertaken with the financial assistance from UNESCO, UK and the World Bank Assistance under Technical Education Quality Improvement Program (TEQIP). The Institute hosts Teaching Learning Centre (TLC) with the funding from Government of India to train the faculty of Engineering Institutes in enhancing the teaching- learning process. The Institute also hosts E&ICT academy to train the faculty in the areas of electronics and computer science areas.

Location: The Institute is located in the historical city of Kakatiya dynasty, Warangal and is 10 km away from Warangal railway station and 2 km from Kazipet junction. The city is about 175 km from International airport, Hyderabad.

Academic Programs:

The Institute currently has thirteen academic departments and advanced research centers in various disciplines of Engineering, Sciences and Management, with nearly 100 laboratories organized in a unique pattern of functioning, The Institute offers 8 (eight) Under Graduate programs (B.Tech.,) in Engineering, 3 (three) Five-Year Integrated M.Sc. programs, 35 Post Graduate programs (M.Tech., M.Sc., MCA and MBA) in all disciplines and Ph.D programmes in all engineering and science and Humanities departments. The Institute is well-known for its Research and Development, Industrial consultancy, Continuing education and Training programs for Teachers as well as professionals working in Industry. 

Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.)

Admission into B.Tech. programmes is based on the All India Rank obtained in JEE (Main). Admission is through Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) http://josaa.nic.in. All the B.Tech programmes are accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA). The following are the Undergraduate programmes offered at NIT, Warangal:

1. Civil Engineering 

2. Electrical and Electronics Engineering 

3. Mechanical Engineering 

4. Electronics and Communication Engineering 

5. Metallurgical and Materials Engineering

6. Chemical Engineering 

7. Computer Science & Engineering 

8. Biotechnology

5 Year Integrated Master of Science:

Admission into 5-year Integrated M.Sc. programmes is based on the All India Rank obtained in JEE (Main). Admission is through Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) http://josaa.nic.in. The following are the 5-Year Integrated M.Sc. programmes offered at NIT, Warangal:

1. 5 Year Integrated M.Sc. in Mathematics

2. 5 Year Integrated M.Sc. in Physics

3. 5 Year Integrated M.Sc. in Chemistry

Master of Technology (M.Tech):

Institute offers 28 M.Tech. programmes in eight engineering departments.  The students admitted into these programs through a centralized counseling for M Tech (CCMT). Details about programmes offered by each engineering department are  available at  www.nitw.ac.in. M.Tech programmes are accredited by NBA. From the academic year 2021-2022, five self-financed seats in each of the 28 M.Tech programmes have been added apart from ten seats in each of the 28 M.Tech programmes leading to one year post-graduate diploma.

Master of Science

Admission to M.Sc programs in Mathematics, Chemistry and M.Sc.(Tech.)-Engineering physics is based on the performance in Joint Admission Test for M.Sc.s (JAM) conducted by IITs through Centralized Counseling for M.Sc. / M.Sc (Tech) (CCMN).. Please visit the website www.ccmn.in for more details.  Details about programmes offered by each science department are  available at  www.nitw.ac.in.

Master of Computer Applications.

Candidates graduated with any degree  (with mathematics or allied subjects at 10+2 and degree level) are eligible for admission into Master of Computer Applications(M.C.A.) and the admissions are based on the rank obtained in  NIMCET, a common entrance examination conducted for admission into MCA program offered at 11 NITs.

Master of Business Administration.

Admission to Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) is open to Engineering graduates with a valid score in GMAT/CAT/MAT  followed by Group Discussion and Personal Interview.

Doctor of Philosophy.

Ph.D admissions are done twice in every year in July and December sessions on both full-time and part-time basis in all disciplines and also in self-finance mode. Fellowships are available for the candidates selected under full-time basis from any of the following schemes;

·         Institute Fellowships(@ Rs.31,000/-per month)

·         TCS((@ Rs.25,000/-per month) in Computer Science & Engineering and Information Security.

·         Research projects

Central Facilities:

Central Library with state of the art facilities, Auditorium, Student Activity Centre, Computer Centre, Central Workshops, Indoor Games Complex, Stadium, Seminar Halls with required infrastructure, Health Centre with state of art of facilities, etc. The Institute is provided with Wi-Fi facility.

Hostels and Accommodation:

N.I.T., Warangal is a residential institute with nearly 7000 students (UG, PG and Ph.D) students. It is a residential campus with all the basic facilities for both the students and staff to live on the campus.  It has 16 residential blocks including one mega & one ultra-mega hostel for boys, three hostels for girls and one hostel for foreign students.  The hostels in the Institute can accommodate about 5500 students. It has five messes for boys, one mess exclusively for girls and one mega mess with present state of art facilities for boys.  It has nearly 330 teaching staff and 360 administrative and supporting staff. The place enjoys a good climate throughout the year except for the patches of hot summer during May-June.

Students Activities and Clubs:

Technozion and Spring Spree are the annual events conducted encouraging the students from all over India participating showcasing their hidden talents in technical and as well as cultural skills. To encourage co-curricular activities, there are several student clubs with each club having its faculty advisor.

For further details, refer our Institute website: www.nitw.ac.in

Fee Structure:

Tuition fee is Rs.62,500/- per semester.

Fee remission is as per Government of India norms.

Hotel fee and other details of Institute Fee is available in the Institute website. 
Academic Structure:
The Institute offers B.Tech program of 4 years spread in 8 semesters apart from 5-Year Integrated M.Sc. program for which the admission is through JEE (Main).  In each semester, students requires to register and earn  the specified number of credits. The B.Tech and 5-year Integrated M.Sc. academic program structure and curriculum for each department can be found in the Institute website under Departments.


The institute has highly qualified faculty. In addition to teaching, they are involved in Research and Development, consultancy activities. 

The faculty details are available at the respective Department links at website www.nitw.ac.in




The Central Library supports the teaching and research programmes of the Institute and provides facilities for general reading and disseminates information according to the requirement of the users. It is housed in a separate building with a plinth area of 4000 Sq.mtrs. It has around 2,00,000 books, back volumes, technical pamphlets, standards, CD-ROMs, Video cassettes  etc. The total cost of the books is Rs.6.40 Crores and it receives 215 journals, (125 Indian and 90 foreign) at a cost of Rs.5.91 Lakhs. It also receives 2000 on-line journals through INDEST set-up by MHRD, Govt. of India. The services and operations in the central Library are fullycomputerised. The database of entire library acquisitions was created using LIBSYS software and it works under XPenvironment. The main server is Xeon Server – Dual CPU (Dell PE 2900).

Working Hours

The Library works on all days of the year except a few holidays of national and social importance.
Week days  :                                  8.45a.m. to 9.00 p.m.
Saturdays, Sundays & Holidays  :     9.00a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
During vacation  :                           8.45a.m. to 5.30 p.m.


The enrolment of Membership  will be extended  to  all the bonafide students of UG/PG programmes, Research Scholars and Faculty, Administrative Officers and Ministerial and Supporting staff of the Institute. The prescribed Membership forms can be had from the circulation counter.

Borrowing Privileges

Category                                     No. of Books              Period of Loan
UG Students                                       3                         One month
PG Students & Research Scholars         4                         One month

Circulation Section

The working hours for the issue & return of books are
Week-days: 10.00a.m. To 3.00 p.m. & 04.00p.m. to 6.00 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday & Holidays: Closed Bar-coded

Member ID Card

Each bonafide user will be provided with a Laminated Bar-coded Member ID Card for the duration of course. The Member ID Card is not
transferable. Penalty for Loss of Member ID Card is Rs. 100/- Stack – Room There are three stack rooms in the ground floor of which two rooms are stacked with textbooks and the other with back volumes of journals.The books  and  back-dated  journals  are arranged  on  the shelves  subject-wise according  to  the dewey Decimal Classification Scheme.

2.The Library follows Open Access System Adequate seating arrangements with comfortable tables and chairs are provided in the stacks for the benefit of users. OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogue)

The users can search the Bibliographic data viz. Author, Title, Subject, Classified No. etc., through OPAC of terminals installed at the Circulation Counter and various places in the Library and also can search in the campus LAN.

Book Banks

There are (4) Book – Banks in the library. Book – Bank for SC Students Book – Bank for ST Students Book – Bank for Needy Students The books will be issued once to students of those categories according to their eligibility at the beginning of the semester.

Reference Section

i) Reference Books The section  contains  reference books  such  as Encyclopaedias, Dictionaries, Directories, Handbooks,Bibliographies, Atlases, Data Books, M.Tech dissertations, Ph.D. theses etc. These are to be referred within the Library premises, but are not for lending.
ii) Text Books A copy each of the prescribed textbooks and other recommended books are kept in the Text Book collection and these are to be referred on the Library premises only. A separate Reading Hall for Reference and Textbooks is provided with a seating capacity of 100 members.

Periodical Section

The Library receives about 215 journals, out of which 125 are Indian, 90 are received from foreign. All the current periodical are displayed on the periodical racks in the reading hall with a seating capacity of 100. Reprographic Service. There is a well – equipped Xerox facility in the Library. The users can avail of this facility on payment of nominal charges. IT facilities The Central Library  is  connected  to the CAMPUS LAN.
The Library  server works  under windows  XP environment. Subsequently, the house keeping operations and services such as a acquisition entries, serial control, circulation  of books, using of Barcode system for issue and return of books have been computerised.The faculty members can access the bibliographic data from their respective departments through the campus LAN.


The Library has campus LAN connectivity through the Computer Centre and is connected to Web Server. 50 systems providing network fcacility are installed for browsing. The MHRD GoI, New Delhi setup a consortia –  based  subscription  to electronic resources  for technical education system named as  INDEST (Indian Digital Library in Engineering, Science and Technology) and receiving about 2000 on-line journals viz. IEL (IEEE/IEE Electronic Library, ASME, ASCE, Applied Science and Technology Plus (ASTP), ACM Digital Library, Springer Verlag Link, Nature, J- Gate, Indian Standards 18,000 in e-form from 2003 onwards. The Library has installed a Hard Disk cashing solution (500 GB) in the Digital Library to store massive data of archival information.

3.Virtual Library

The Central Library is  also  established  Virtual Library  procuring  required  IT  infrastructure i.e. hard  disk cashing server and (50) Computer systems, Furniture etc. to access the archive off-line information through INDEST and e-books. DELNET The DELNETDeveloping Library  Network) New Delhi, connectivity  is  also provided  in  the Library  for searching bibliographical database and abstracts of various technical subjects of the other institutions..

Audio – Visual

There are TWO TVs and TWO VCRs and 350 video cassettes on different subjects.General Rules Library is a place for study and research. Strict silence is to be observed. A user has to show identity card whenever he / she enters the Library. All the personal belongings should be deposited at the counter. The user has to pay Rs. 10/- towards loss of token of personal belongings counter. Users are requested to allow frisking of person at the Library exit gate while leaving the Library. Personal books, printed materiaphotocopy material are not allowed inside the Library. Outsiders are not allowed into the Library. Smoking is strictly prohibited


The institute has a bank situated beside the campus main gate, State Bank of India.

It offers 2 ATM centers ; one in the campus near stadium and the other out side the campus near main gate.


State Bank of Hyderabad has two ATMs - one located in the bank premises and the other near the Sports Stadium.



The Institute has a Post Office . The NITW campus comes under a separate postal zone and it is a postal delivery office.
The post office is located Beside the Boys Hostels(12th Block Viswesvraya Hall) and works on all weekdays from 10.00 A.M.
to 5.00 P.M. and from 9.00 A.M. to 2.00 P.M. on Saturdays.


About The Institute Health Centre

The INstitute Health Centre is full-fledged unit with provision for one full time Medical Officers, and Visiting Doctors who are assisted by supporting staff staff viz Staff Nurse,Pharmacist etc.


The Institute Health Centre has fair amount of facilities such as state of the art X-Ray Machine,an ECG,and well established pathological laboratory which is provided with equipment like electronic BP apparatus with pulse reader,a mini lab with color inseor, electronic binaculer microscope,sterillization oven etc.

Additional Equipment

It has four patient beds to extend emergency first aid.


Above all it has full fledged  pharmacy being run on outsourcing basis.



On Working days:

Morning: 9:30 A:M to 1:00 P:M

Evening:  3:00 P:M  to 6:00 P:M

On Saturday, Sunday

Morning:9:30 A:M to 11:30 A:M


Medical officers:


DR. Karthik Chintala


Medical Officer


DR. Pradeep Dodda


Medical Officer


DR. Anchoori Karthik


Medical Officer


The Institute has an 24 hours ambulance Facility.


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The Institute has one shopping centre which caters to the needs of the students and residents.

The Student`s Facility Complex located beside Transport Section has the following :

    Laundry Shop, Hair Cutting Saloon

Each of these remain open regularly from 9 am to around 8 pm.


Eateries have been opened at strategic locations all around the campus including inside the hostel blocks. These include shops such as Coffee day Express, Nescafe, Bru, Amul and remain open for more than 10 hours.

Student Life at Institute:


PURPOSE: The DND club is an organisation which consists of a dedicated group of members always enthusiastic  about putting up a well choreographed show for the ever interest crowd of our college and would make attempt evertything they can to make that happen. It has a diverse mix of students who are passonate about dance from b'boying to contemporary   to mass, we excel in all dance forms. when its time to turn up the heat and follow the rythm, the only person u need to be is yourself



The Music club is a vibrant and elite society of musically gifted students who come together and create fascinating melodies. The purpose of the club is to showcase the musical talent of maximum number of students and it has upheld this tradition over the years.

The club encourages young musicians to interact with each other and gives them an appropriate jam pad. It enables us students to utilize our free time productively and do something what we as music enthusiasts are passionate about.

The club recognizes exceptional talent and promotes it in the right direction. The students in the executive body arrange practice sessions for intra as well as inter collegiate events. Workshops and semester long classes are held for those who are interested in learning music. Thus, if a student wants to excel in the field of music, the club does its bit to help achieve that goal.



The Literary and Debating Club is the largest student club in college with a 65-member strong body. It comprises three student groups that organize events in three languages- English, Hindi and Telugu- but work in tandem to benefit students in the realms of writing and speaking by conducting events that are both instructional and enjoyable.


Agenda :

The Quiz Club takes pride in being one of the most proactive and popular clubs among the student clubs of NIT Warangal.

Comprising twenty members, the club is dedicated to preparing and hosting quality quizzes for the student population on the campus.

Equipped with events ranging from quizzes such as The Joga Bonitos ( an year-long quiz tournament ) to the Annual General Quiz, the club offers a competing platform for the knowledge-hungry students. The gamut of activities include the Quiz Week ( an intra-mural event ) to quizzes covering specific themes, such as business, sports, literature, fine arts, entertainment, history and politics. The Quiz Club also hosts the Business Quiz held as part of the technical festival Technozion every year and quizzes held as part of the cultural festival Spring Spree. With a motivated team of members and an encouraging response from the students, the Quiz Club promises to cultivate a passion for quizzing among the participants.




Painting Club aims at encouraging and enhancing art, discovering new talents and sowing the seed of artistic zest among students.The main motive of the club activities will be bringing happiness in the college campus and also come up with good events.



Photography club of NITW provides a platform where talent meets creativity and gives rise to productivity. Students can engage in various activities that challenge their imaginative capabilities, assist in sharpening their photographic skills, and present an opportunity for students to learn from each other. The club is not only intended for those who have a strong base in the art, but also for those who want to develop one. The events range from theme-based photo competitions to short-film making contests, from teaching workshops to knowledge-based seminar and presentations from the most influential photographers and artists.



Science is an imaginative adventure of the mind seeking truth in a world of mystery -Herman.

Science and hobbies is a combination that seems to be indifferent but is actually not. Science related hobbies provide an endless pursuit of knowledge in unlimited areas. Various branches of science can be made into fun hobbies. The Science and Hobbies Club is a committed body a desire to promote interest among the students on various science related activities and also to provide a platform to various hobby enthusiasts.

The motive of the club is to encourage the scientific temper in students along with cultivating various hobby related interests among them, to encourage the creativity in the students by giving them time to bring out their hobbies which could be ranging from numismatics to designing bots. Everyone has a creative corner within himself and we are here to bring out the best.


Purpose of the club:

Electronic Amateur and HAM club is established in the interest of electronic amateurs to pursue their hobby projects and interests and to work on the HAM Radio. The club has been working and organizing events to benefit student community like Robotics, transmitter and receiver design, HAM licensing, guest lectures on recent technologies, etc. The club promises to continue to strive for nourishing the creative and innovative ideas of young engineers.



“The Greatest Threat to Nature is to believe that someone else will save it.”

_Realizing this_ Na_t_ure_ club NITW has always been committed in sensitizing the students on issues related to Environment.

The NATURE CLUB, NIT Warangal is a body of 58 students, religiously devoted for spreading awareness and shedding light on the various environmental issues which are resulting in major catastrophes all over the world creating chaos and destruction, lucidly demonstrating our recklessness and apathy for the environment and other life forms. To curb the practices done against the environment, the nature club has taken great strides in reaching out to the students in the college by conducting numerous activities which emphasized on the urgent need in taking measures to protect our mother nature and make our way of living as “eco-friendly” as possible.



“Education without values is a dangerous instrument” so the saying goes. In the present day context where a person tends to adopt a fast busy life without any emphasis for lifestyle management, people may easily fall prey to unethical and immoral practices. This affects not only him but influences negatively people around him as well.

Our former president Abdul Kalam says rightly that educational institutes while imparting knowledge of subjects should also create a favorable environment for the maturing of a real personality of a student-which becomes possible by inspiring him to lead a life based on values and ethics. He will then become capable of taking informed decisions for choosing a path which is in harmony with divine virtues like peace, tolerance etc.

Centre for Value Education shares the philosophy of Ministry of Human Resource Development of India with the objective of inculcating moral values such as love, truth, righteousness, peace, nonviolence and patriotism among students. The main motive of this centre is to produce engineers and technologists with a good character and humane. The center arranges lectures by eminent personalities, debates, discussions and speeches based on the topics related to the centre. The club also ensures that it organizes social activities to inculcate the spirit of social service.

It is endowed with this vision that the Centre for value education club of NIT-W organizes events and competitions for the students. As part of this endeavor, we came out with a monthly newsletter Sanskaar which comprises of interesting articles and inspiring essays written or compiled by the students which help in blossoming of his/her personality. Quizzes and competitions relating to morality, values, culture and heritage are held to ignite the zeal in a student to achieve his/her goal no matter what the obstacles.  The Director, Dean (Students Affairs), and the Faculty Adviser for the club were the distinguished guests who attended and spoke in the inaugural event of our club. We also had a presentation for increasing the awareness of the first years about our college. Issues relating to the academic, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities were discussed. Students thus had an overview of the different facets of their four year stay here such as facilities available, fests etc. and we hope that they have gained a clear and fresh perspective of their mission. We hope to carry forward these activities all the yearlong with the co-operation of the students.


About Innovation and Entrepreneurship Club:

The world is rapidly moving from the knowledge based economy to the innovation economy. Success in this dynamic global environment requires an enlightened cadre of engineers, scientists and managers who have depth in their specific disciplines, as well as a keen understanding of how their work meets the needs of society, business, industry and government. This will be the new generation of innovators and entrepreneurs who become tomorrow’s faculty and leaders in business, industry and government.

The Innovation and Entrepreneurship Club of NIT Warangal provides an environment that will foster innovation & entrepreneurship among the students. Our main objective is to create the spark of innovation in the students’ mind so that he or she can see the existing problems that need to be solved. We also propagate the value of entrepreneurship. Quizzes, Guest lectures and fun events are also part of our yearly event schedule.

The vision of the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Club (IEC) is to provide the students with a consolidated knowledge base in the field of launching high-technology enterprises and the mission of the club is to encourage students to think creatively for developing innovative products for commercial exploitation by means of brainstorming sessions, and to provide the necessary knowledge in business plan development, implementation and finance.



“The Institution of Engineers (INDIA)”, NIT Warangal is a student run chapter of the country's vast professional forum guided by the faculty adviser Dr.N.Selvaraj with Jagadeep Kavarapally as the General Secretary. This chapter strives in inculcating, among the technologists, a growing commitment to the social objectives of the profession and fosters national and international cooperation in engineering and technology. In our college, the club conducts events like the treasure hunts, quizzes, etc., to encourage active participation from the students and make them familiar with the latest technological developments and provide access to the R&D activities. We conduct seminars and expert talks on various technical issues by successful engineers and technologists from all over the country and abroad. As the club in NITW, we conduct events like quiz, mock GATE test, etc., which have seen huge response in the previous academic year. Now, we are planning to come up with good events which would, definitely, prove to be best platform for engineering students to realize their visions with a large pool of technical and research specialists on their side.



Youth Red Cross Society NIT Warangal chapter, the first of its kind in the institute, has been established during the academic year 2010-11 with the twin objective of evoking awareness towards social responsibilities among the youth and involving the energetic section of the society in the voluntary and responsible programs of INDIAN RED CROSS SOCIETY.

Youth represent a substantial part of the membership of Red Cross for its humanitarian commitment. Young volunteers can make a significant contribution to meeting the needs of the most vulnerable people within their local communities through Red Cross youth programme. This has been designed to involve young people as much as possible in the movement and its activities not only as workers and also as beneficiaries, but as partners in management. The programme focuses on the following areas:

    _Promote life and health through training and education on safety, primary health care and healthy living_Encourage community service through training and education_Disseminate the seven fundamental principles of Red Cross and Red Crescent movement through activities that encourage the Red Cross ideals_Promote international friendship with activities that cultivate a humanitarian spirit_Technical support in the development of youth programmes, fund-raising, identification of material and human resources_The youth unit aims to have young people recognized by Societies leadership as equal partners who address the needs of the most vulnerable.


The National Institute of Technology Warangal is home to more than 4000 of India’s brilliant minds and future leaders. Setting trends in the technological and academic worlds, the premier institute also houses about 500 foreign students from more than 30 countries all over the world. The Forum for International Student Affairs (FISA) steps in. FISA serves as a platform not only to address their academic and other problems showcase the talent of the foreign students in cultural and co-curricular activities. FISA recognises the need of foreign students for extra academic help and extends support and guidance in such matters. FISA comprises members who themselves are foreign students and understand that it is difficult to adjust to a new environment thousands of miles away from home.

FISA recognizes the importance of international influences as an integral part of the educational experience. By assisting students from all over the world to attend, participate and coordinate various events, we hope to create an atmosphere of dynamic idea exchange among students as well as between students and faculty.

FISA also gives the Indian students a brief view of international culture to show them the delights of places beyond the Indian shores by organising social and cultural events.

Our main objective is to bring all international students of NITW under one canopy to ensure that they excel in both academic and co-curricular activities as well as in cultural exchange programs between students from various nations.

More details available at www.nitw.ac.in

Financial Assistance:
The institute offers merit scholarship to students on the performance every academic year. 

SC/ST/PWD category students are exempted from payment of tuition fee only subject to eligibility. 

The institute has been sponsoring top performers at the end of III year B.Tech for Summer Internships in reputed institutes / universities across the world.
Training & Placement:


The Centre for Career Planning and Development (CCPD) provides a launch pad for students to make it to the best organizations in the fields of software, core industries, management, etc. The Giants in the corporate world visit the campus on a regular basis, with enviable recruitment offers. Our students have lived up to the expectations of organizations that visit the campus, looking for bright candidates to take up important and challenging responsibilities at their workplace. The CCPD boasts of maintaining an excellent rapport with a wide spectrum of companies spread across various industry sectors.We have maintained an aura of culture and legacy over the six decades of of innovative growth and excellence. Having stamped its class in academic and corporate circles, our students don the most challenging and demanding roles in industry,India and abroad. This is testimony to the trust and belief that the industry has bestowed in us for years and more importantly is a commitment from NITW to deliver the best consistently. Over the years,the section has maintained good and strong relationship with Industries across the country and as a result,has built up an impressive placement record both in terms of percentage of registered students placed,as well as the number of companies visiting the campus. We distinguish our self not as a college of engineering but as an institution. A college is a place where one can just get a degree but an institution of national importance like NIT Warangal, is here to serve a larger purpose where getting a degree doesn’t form the primary objective of the institution. The idea of creating better technologists, better leaders and importantly better citizens suffuses through the teaching pedagogy of the curriculum. We expose the best minds we have, to the outer world that waits to test and absorb the talent radiating from every individual. The student mix in the batch is hand‑picked from some of the most diverse walks of life.

This diversity has resulted in experiential learning and appreciation of varied cultures and tastes. The curriculum here has been dynamically aligned to the needs and aspirations of the industry to ensure that students not just imbibe academic concepts but develop the analytical and thinking to be the leaders in the ever‑changing world of technology.

The distinguished faculty at NITW, which forms the most impacting clout in academic and consulting circles, has taken the pains to ensure that our student is constantly acclimatized to the dynamics of change and takes his rightful place amongst the future change drivers of the industry. The T & P section assists the departments in placement of students. About 140 - 160 companies visit the campus every year. Some of our loyal recruiters include sclumberger, shell, Intel etc.


Industry And Alumni Relations:

The institute interacts with industry professionals on various aspects such as consultancy, curriculum revision etc. 

The alumni of the institute have been brand ambassadors of the institute. Alumni of institute visit the alma mater regularly in connection with reunion meets. The institute has been hosting Silver jubilee and Golden jubilee reunion meets regularly. Alumni share their rich experience with students and faculty. 
Alumni have been supporting various activities of the institute.

Dean (Internal Relations and Alumni Affairs) looks after the alumni affairs. 

More details on the alumni can be found at the website of Alumni Association at www.nitwaa.in
Recreational/Extra Curricular activities:
In addition to the various clubs mentioned under "Students life at Institute", the following sports facilities are available.

The Department of Physical Education provides training facilities for all the students and staff of this Institute. It has excellent infrastructure facilities for both outdoor and indoor games and sports. The outdoor games includes Volley Ball, Foot Ball, Cricket, Tennis, Ball Badminton, Kabaddi, Kho-Kho, Hand Ball, Hockey, Tennikoit, Basket Ball (concrete) and Tennis. Flood Light facility is provided to all the outdoor games. The sports ground accommodates a 400m standard track, an excellent pavilion and facilities for all athletic events.

The Indoor Games Complex (IGC) provides the following facilities:     

Chess, Caroms, Gymnastics, Shuttle badminton with wooden flooring, Table Tennis, Weight Lifting and 16 & 12 stations multi-Gyms and Tennis courts. 

Activities of the department include : 

1. Organizing intramural and extramural competitions and preparing the students for the same.     
2. Encouraging student participation in inter-collegiate, Inter University, Inter-NIT and other open tournaments in the country.
3. Organizing Inter-Collegiate tournaments, Inter University, Inter-National Institute of Technology tournaments coaching camps and open            tournaments in various sports and games.
4. Organizing tournaments for Teaching and Non-Teaching staff.     

Location and Accessibility:
The Institute is located in the historical city of Kakatiya dynasty, Warangal and is 10 km away from Warangal railway station and 2 km from Kazipet junction.  Warangal railway station is located on the main railway line connecting north to the south of India. The city is about 175 km from International airport, Hyderabad.
Academic Programwise Seats breakup:
Institute CodeProgram CodeAcademic Program NameState/All India SeatsSeat PoolOPENOPEN-PwDGEN-EWSGEN-EWS-PwDSCSC-PwDSTST-PwDOBC-NCLOBC-NCL-PwDTotal(includes Female Supernumerary)
Seat Capacity Female Supernumerary
228 4104 Bio Technology (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) TELANGANA Gender-Neutral 11 1 3 0 5 0 2 0 9 0 31
39 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 8
(including "0" Supernumerary)
228 4104 Bio Technology (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) Other Than TELANGANA Gender-Neutral 12 1 2 1 5 0 2 0 7 1 31
39 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 3 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 8
(including "0" Supernumerary)
228 4107 Chemical Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) TELANGANA Gender-Neutral 18 1 5 0 7 0 3 0 11 1 46
58 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 5 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 3 0 12
(including "0" Supernumerary)
228 4107 Chemical Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) Other Than TELANGANA Gender-Neutral 17 1 5 0 6 0 3 1 12 1 46
57 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 4 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 3 0 11
(including "0" Supernumerary)
228 4109 Civil Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) TELANGANA Gender-Neutral 18 1 5 0 7 0 3 0 12 1 47
58 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 4 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 3 0 11
(including "0" Supernumerary)
228 4109 Civil Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) Other Than TELANGANA Gender-Neutral 18 1 4 0 5 1 4 0 12 0 45
57 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 5 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 2 1 12
(including "0" Supernumerary)
228 4110 Computer Science and Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) TELANGANA Gender-Neutral 20 1 6 0 7 1 3 1 15 0 54
68 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 6 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 3 1 14
(including "0" Supernumerary)
228 4110 Computer Science and Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) Other Than TELANGANA Gender-Neutral 21 1 6 0 8 0 4 0 14 1 55
68 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 6 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 3 0 13
(including "0" Supernumerary)
228 4114 Electronics and Communication Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) TELANGANA Gender-Neutral 20 1 6 0 8 0 4 0 16 0 55
68 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 6 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 2 1 13
(including "0" Supernumerary)
228 4114 Electronics and Communication Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) Other Than TELANGANA Gender-Neutral 21 1 5 0 8 1 4 0 13 1 54
68 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 6 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 4 0 14
(including "0" Supernumerary)
228 4125 Mechanical Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) TELANGANA Gender-Neutral 21 1 4 1 8 0 4 0 15 1 55
68 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 5 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 3 0 13
(including "0" Supernumerary)
228 4125 Mechanical Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) Other Than TELANGANA Gender-Neutral 20 1 6 0 7 1 4 0 13 1 53
67 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 6 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 4 0 14
(including "0" Supernumerary)
228 4127 Metallurgical and Materials Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) TELANGANA Gender-Neutral 11 1 4 0 4 1 1 0 9 0 31
39 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 3 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 8
(including "0" Supernumerary)
228 4127 Metallurgical and Materials Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) Other Than TELANGANA Gender-Neutral 13 0 1 1 5 0 2 1 7 1 31
39 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 2 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 8
(including "0" Supernumerary)
228 4144 Electrical and Electronics Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) TELANGANA Gender-Neutral 21 1 5 1 7 1 4 0 13 1 54
68 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 6 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 4 0 14
(including "0" Supernumerary)
228 4144 Electrical and Electronics Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) Other Than TELANGANA Gender-Neutral 21 1 6 0 9 0 4 0 14 0 55
68 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 4 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 4 0 13
(including "0" Supernumerary)
228 5503 Chemistry (5 Years, Integrated Master of Science) TELANGANA Gender-Neutral 4 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 10
10 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
(including "0" Supernumerary)
228 5503 Chemistry (5 Years, Integrated Master of Science) Other Than TELANGANA Gender-Neutral 4 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 10
10 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
(including "0" Supernumerary)
228 5507 Physics (5 Years, Integrated Master of Science) TELANGANA Gender-Neutral 4 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 10
10 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
(including "0" Supernumerary)
228 5507 Physics (5 Years, Integrated Master of Science) Other Than TELANGANA Gender-Neutral 4 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 1 10
10 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
(including "0" Supernumerary)
228 5508 Mathematics (5 Years, Integrated Master of Science) TELANGANA Gender-Neutral 3 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 10
10 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
(including "0" Supernumerary)
228 5508 Mathematics (5 Years, Integrated Master of Science) Other Than TELANGANA Gender-Neutral 4 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 10
10 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
(including "0" Supernumerary)
     Total Seats 380 19 0 0 141 8 71 4 253 14 989
989 0

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