Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar tweeted one after another on his social media account, saying how many engineering colleges and polytechnic institutes were opened in the state during his tenure and how many there were before. Nitish Kumar said on Wednesday that 38 engineering colleges and 31 polytechnic institutes have been established in the state in the last 15 years. He said there is now at least one engineering college in every district of the state.
Bihar CM tweeted
“From 1954 to 2005, there were a total of three engineering colleges and 13 government polytechnic colleges in the state,” the Bihar CM tweeted. Their access capacity was 800 and 3480, respectively.
Bihar College of Engineering To NIT Converted into
The Chief Minister said that while he was at the center, the Bihar College of Engineering, one of the oldest engineering colleges in the country, was converted to NIT (National Institute of Technology) in 2004.
Now there is an engineering institute in every district
The chief minister said 38 engineering colleges and 31 polytechnic institutes have been set up in the last 15 years. Whose access capacity is 9975 and 11,332, respectively. At least one engineering institute has been set up in every district in the state. Efforts to advance in higher technical education will continue.
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