Take A Look at How We Begin

The foundation stone of the institute was laid in May 1986 by the then Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Vir Bahadur Singh. The first director of the institute was Prof. Ram Singh Nirjar, who became the chairman of the All India Council of Technical Education. He assumed office as the first director of the institute (then known as "Bundelkhand Engineering College") in 1988.
45 and 60 students respectively and Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering was rechristened as Electronics and Communication Engineering and intake was raised to 60. In 2002, the intake of Civil Engineering was increased to 45. From 2002 a four-year B. Tech programme in Electrical Engineering with an intake of 60 students was added to the existing B. Tech programmes.
In 2005 two postgraduate programmes in Environmental Engineering and Construction Technology and Management (in the Civil Engineering Department) and one in Manufacturing Science and Technology (in the Mechanical Engineering Department) with intake of 18 students each were started. In 2006 an M. Tech. programme in Digital Communication System (in the Electronics and Communication Engineering Department) with an intake of 20 students was added to the list of postgraduate programmes. In 2007, a two-year management programme leading to an M.B.A. degree with an intake of 60 students, was started. The total intake of students in the institute, including M. Tech. programmes, is 474.


Our Current Scenario

Bundelkhand Institute of Engineering and Technology, Jhansi (commonly known as BIET Jhansi) is a government-funded autonomous engineering college in Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh, India. It is a constituent college of Uttar Pradesh Technical University. It is recognised by the All India Council for Technical Education.
It was established in 1986 by the Government of Uttar Pradesh to provide impetus to technical education in the state and was the fifth government engineering college in the state. The first batch of the college was admitted in 1989 and graduated in 1993.
The highest executive body of the institute is the Board of Governors. Prof. V K Tyagi is currently officiating as the Director of the institute.

Quick Information

Bundelkhand Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jhansi has proved to be the most preferred destination for aspiring technologists across the country. The institute consistently attracts the finest faculty and the best of students for its Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes. B.I.E.T has a rich tradition of pursuing excellence and has continually re-invented itself in terms of academic programmes and research infrastructure. Students are exposed to challenging research based academics and a host of sport, cultural and organizational activities on its vibrant campus. The presence of world class facilities, vigorous institute-industry collaboration programmes, interdisciplinary research collaborations and industrial training opportunities help students of B.I.E.T to excel and be ahead in the competitive professional environment. In the last twenty years, B.I.E.T has produced many illustrious professionals, whose contributions at national and international levels have been significant.The mission of the Association is to foster strong bonds between alumni, students and the Institute, to keep alumni informed, and create a network enabling them to remain engaged with their alma mater and help shape its future through the Association's programmes and services. To promote interaction amongst the Alumni members and improve engagement between the Alumni and the Bundelkhand Institute of Engineering and Technology, Jhansi (Institute). To encourage, promote and facilitate education and research and other activities of the Institute.

We lead by our Excellence

We are known for our excellence and talented students and faculties who makes us proud everywhere in all over the worlds.


The campus is divided into four zones: Student Residential Zone, Faculty and Staff Residential Zone, Student Recreational Area that includes the Student Activity Center (SAC), forums and their offices, cricket ground, basketball courts and hockey field and Academic Zone that includes academic institute building, engineering departments, offices, lecture halls, central library and workshops.

IBM Centre of Excellence

IBM identified BIET Jhansi as an IBM Centre of Excellence, starting academic session 2010-11. Through the IBM Academic Initiative, IBM is working with BIET Jhansi to teach students the open-standards skills to compete in the ever-changing technology workplace by conducting training for students through faculty enabled by IBM.


The teacher-student ratio stands at 1:20. Faculty with postgraduate qualification stands at 100% whereas the percentage of faculty with PhD is 68%. The institute employs senior technical personnel as guest faculty following the trend of industry-academia collaboration. The institute encourages industrial trips to, and closer co-operation with, government and private industry.