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S.B. Institute of Engineering and Technology (SBIET), Haryana was established in 2008 to provide the technical education in emerging areas of engineering and technology. The college is affiliated to Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra and approved by All Indai council for Technical Education (AICTE). The institution is managed by Shri Balaji Educational Trust, Pundri. It is evident from the other educational institutions established by the Management, namely L.R. Group of Institutions, Solan (H.P.) and R.N. Shemford School, Fatehpur-Pundri (Kaithal). This institute is well equipped with appropriate laboratories and workshops for students to acquire the required skill standards in their respective fields. Qualified, energetic and well-experienced faculty is determined to disseminate knowledge in their respective fields. 
Address Kurukshetra Road Village Fatehpur-Pundri Kaithal - 136026, Haryana.
Place Kaithal
State Haryana
Phone Number 01746 - 270504
FAX 01746 - 270503
Courses BE Electronics Communication
BE Computer Science
BE Mechanical
BE Civil
BE Information Technology
Year of Establishment 2008
University Affiliation Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra
Approval Status AICTE Approved
Management/ Authority Private -Trust
How to Reach The Campus is situated at Dhand Road, village Fatehpur-Pundri, distt. Kaithal. It is located at a distance of 2 Kms. from Pehowa Chowk at Pundri to Dhand road. Just 35 Kms. from the IIIrd gate of Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, SBIET is well connected by road with Kaithal and Karnal. 

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