National Institute of Technology Warangal was established in the year 1959 and over the last six decades has emerged as a premier Technical Institution of National Importance. Over the years, it has developed into a Institute of higher learning and is ranked among the top Technical Education Institutions in India. There are 14 Departments offering 8 Undergraduate and 32 Post-Graduate programmes besides doctoral programmes. About 5000 students across the country and about 500 International students study in the campus. It is a fully residential campus sprawling over 250 acres with excellent infrastructure with the state of the art Laboratories, Library, Seminar Halls and Guest House.
About TEQIP III
On the basis of excellent performance by NIT Warangal in TEQIP-I and TEQIP-II phases, the MHRD through NPIU has sanctioned the TEQIP-III project to NIT Warangal in the year 2017-18 with a budget outlay of Rs.7 Crores. This Project will further improve the quality of Post-Graduate teaching, catalyze the R& D activities, promote the Faculty and Staff development and provide academic support for the students. The Project Implementation and Monitoring Committee of TEQIP-III at NITW has prepared a procurement plan and obtained its approval by the NPIU. The plan is now put into operation. A series of Continuing Education Programs, Workshops, Seminars and to disseminate the knowledge in the state of art technologies and build professional competency in the students and faculty. NIT Warangal has established twinning arrangements with Chaibasa Engineering College, Chaibasa, Jharkhand State in order to build their capacity and improve the performance. Our Institute has got good grade based on the Monitoring and Project Output Performances.
National Project Implementation Unit (NPIU) is a unit of Government of India, established in August 1990 for coordination, facilitation, monitoring and to provide guidance to the States/Institutions in all aspects of the World Bank assisted projects. During 1991 to 2007, NPIU implemented three Technician Education Projects of Government of India assisted by the World Bank, which helped to strengthen and upgrade the Technical Education System and benefited 552 Polytechnics in 27 States including UTs of Andaman & Nicobar Island and Pondicherry. These Three Projects have been rated as "Highly Satisfactory" on Project Management and implementation, which is the highest rating, provided by the World Bank. Success of three Technical Education Projects encouraged the Govt. of India to seek similar financial assistance from the World Bank for a systemic transformation of the Technical Education system as a whole with special focus on overall Quality Improvement in Engineering Education.