NIELIT Centre, Patna was established in the year 2008 and is operational from its Permanent Campus at Bihar (Near IIT Patna), with an objective to co-ordinate the activities of the various NIELIT Centres in the Eastern Region and to undertake pro-active role for promotion of NIELIT activities in the region thereby, extending the access of NIELIT to promote knowledge and skill development in Information, Electronics and Communications Technology (IECT) at various levels which will meet the requirement of the industry, thereby making the overall development of the region specially in Bihar State.
The Centre is also engaged in capacity-building training programmes for the State Government of Bihar. Prominent among these programmes is the State Government Employees’ Training Programme, under which it is mandatory for Group ‘C’ employees to successfully complete the course on computer applications to become eligible for annual increments. Nearly 19,000 employees have been trained so far. Also, NIELIT Patna is implementing training programmes under the ‘Kaushal Vikash’ mission of the Government of Bihar that aims to train 3.75 lakh unskilled youths of the district, subdivision and block levels to make them employable.
VRC Constructions started the work for building permanent campus in Patna for the prestigious National Institute of Electronics & Information Technology on 23.06.2015 and completed on 30.06.2018 under the cost of 33 crores Inauguration of NIELIT Patna, Bihar Campus on 26 Feb 2018 by Hon’ble Chief Minister of Bihar Shri Nitish Kumar in the august presence of Hon’ble Union Minister of Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology and Law & Justice.
|Name of the Project
|Construction of Permanent campus for National Institute of
Electronics and Information Technology (NIELIT) at Bihta, Patna
|Name of the Client
|National Buildings Construction Corporation Ltd. (NBCC)
|Work Executed By
|VRC Constructions (India) Private Limited
|Construction Cost (in INR)
|Construction Start Date
|Construction Completion Date