1. Which grading system is followed in RIT?
Relative grading system is followed in RIT. In relative grading, grades are based on the relative toughness level of the subjects. It is also based on the relative intellectual level of the student amongst the other students enrolled to that subject only.
2. Whether additional chance is given to failed students to clear the backlogs?
Re-exam is conducted within 15 days of the final exam at the end of the academic year which gives additional opportunity to students to clear the failed subjects.
3. Is the transparent assessment process adopted by RIT?
Yes, all the assessed answer books are shown to the students. Student's queries, if any are resolved by the course faculty.
4. Is an online assessment facility available?
Yes. RIT has a tie-up with the State Govt. approved professional IT company for Online Assessment platform
5. What is the ‘Four Track Model’ of RIT?
RIT’s four Track Model offers Final Year students the following options:
Industry Internship & Project (IIP)
Undergraduate Research Experience (URE)
Entrepreneurship Development (ED)
Regular capstone project (CP)
6. Do you have any crash courses?
Yes, crash courses are available in RIT for Industry oriented and job oriented topics like Modelling and analysis software’s, Advance testing, recent technologies like AI, ML, Big Data and many more.
7. Do you provide coaching for subjects other than the curriculum?
8. What is the qualification of faculties in RIT?
All faculties are post-graduate and most of them are doctorate.
9. What are the courses available in RIT?
|S/N||Name of the Programmes||Existing Approved Intake||Year of Starting|
|B. Tech. (UG)|
|1||Mechanical Engineering Automobile||60||1983|
|4||Computer Science and Information Technology||60||2001|
|5||Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering||60||2002|
|M. Tech. (PG)|
|1||Mechanical Engg. Automobile||18||2010|
|2||Civil (Structural Engg)||24||2004|
|3||Civil (Construction Management)||18||2010|
|4||Computer Science & Engg.||18||2011|
|5||Electrical- Power System & Power Electronics||18||2011|
|8||Mechanical - Manufacturing Engineering||18||2004|
|9||Mechanical Engineering (Thermal)||18||2015|
|Masters of Business Administration|
|Bachelors of Business Administration|