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Ambedkar Institute of Technology
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Ambedkar Institute of Technology (AIT) is one of the few Technical Institutes established in year 2001, by Govt. of NCT of Delhi. It is developing as the Centre of Excellence imparting technical education and generating competent professionals with a high degree of credibility, integrity and ethical standards. It is one of the leading engineering college under the umbrella of Guru Gobind Singh IndraPrastha University.AIT strives to be one of the leading technical institutes and the most outstanding college in India. As a technical institution, it seeks to achieve the highest levels of distinction in the discovery and transmission of knowledge and understanding, and in the education of graduate students. 
Address Geeta Colony, East delhi , India 110031, New Delhi , Delhi, India.
Place Geeta Colony
State Delhi
Website www.ait.delhigovt.nic.in
Phone Number 011 - 22048047, 22048046, 22460311
FAX 011 - 22048044
Courses BE Electronics Communication
BE Computer Science
Year of Establishment 2001
University Affiliation Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University
Approval Status AICTE Approved
Management/ Authority Govt.
How to Reach The Institute is functioning from a sprawling area of 8.5 acres at Geeta colony having a State-of-Art Campus with ultra-modern facilities and lush green ambience all around. The Ambedkar Institute of Technology is Situated about 9.6 km. distance From New Delhi on Mahatma Gandhi Marg. To reach the College Driving by car it will take 16 minutes of time. 

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