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NITK has a lush green 250 acre campus. Residential Campus is self sufficient in every aspect. Staff Quarters consists of more than 200 residences with both independent houses and flats. Residential campus is made up of Director's quarters, Professors & Asst professors quarters, Lectures & Asst lectures quarters, Warden quarters, Bachelors quarters and Non-teaching staff colony.

Staff club, shopping complex, banks with ATM facility, post office, schools, hospital, guest house, cafeterias, playground are present in the campus for the benefits of staff.


Academic Area

Main building is the core region of academic area. It is located in front of the main gate.It consists of Board of Director's chamber, class rooms, academic section, admission section.
Additional Teaching Block(ATB) is situated left of main bilding which has seminar hall & class rooms.


Library
The NITK Library is housed in a spacious three-storied building adjoining the Main building of the Institute on the Southern side.The library, with a floor area of 2,758 Sq mtrs is segregated into two wings.


Central Computer Centre(CCC)

Central Computer Centre is situated in front of SJA(Silver Jubilee Auditorium). Central Computer Centre has 24x7 load balanced internet connectivity comprising of four E1 ( 2 Mbps 1:1) lines from BSNL Campus wide LAN ( 10 Gbps backbone) reaching academic buildings, residences and hostel rooms.


Training & Placement
The Training and Placement Section of the Institute centrally handles campus placement of the graduating students of all Departments,Centres and Schools.


Departments

  1. Applied Mechanics and Hydraulics
  2. Chemical Engineering
  3. Chemistry
  4. Civil Engineering
  5. Computer Science & Engineering
  6. Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  7. Electronics and Communication Engineering
  8. Humanities, Social Sciences and Management
  9. Information Technology
  10. Mathematical and Computational Sciences
  11. Mechanical Engineering
  12. Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
  13. Mining Engineering
  14. Physics
  15. Placement and Training

Schools
NITK English medium school
NITK Kannada medium school

Introduction

National Institute of Technology Karnataka Surathkal (NITKS):
    The National Institute of Technology Karnataka (NITK) formerly known asKarnataka Regional Engineering College (KREC), is a public engineering university at Surathkal, on the outskirts of Mangalore. It was founded in 1960 as KREC while today, it is one of the 31 National Institutes of Technology in India and is recognised as an Institute of National Importance. It has a suburban campus, in close proximity to the Arabian Sea. National Highway 66 runs through the campus and serves as the major mode of access. It is ranked22 in the country, according to the National Institutional Ranking Frameworkengineering rankings.

    The foundation stone for Karnataka Regional Engineering College (KREC) was laid on 6 August 1960, at Surathkal. It was made possible through the efforts of U. Srinivas Mallya and V. S. Kudva and the area is now called Srinivasnagar in his honour. KREC began with three under-graduate courses in engineering:Mechanical, Electrical, and Civil, with affiliation to the University of Mysore. 1965 saw the beginning of under-graduate courses in Chemical andMetallurgical Engineering. In 1966, the college started its first postgraduate course in Marine Structures and Industrial Structures, followed by post-graduate courses in Industrial Electronics (1969), Heat Power (1971), Hydraulics and Water Resources (1971), Chemical Plant Design Engineering (1971) and Process Metallurgy (1972).

    More under-graduate engineering courses were added later: Electronics and Communication Engineering (1971), Mining Engineering (1984), Computer Engineering (1986) and information technology (2000). In 1980, KREC came under the affiliation of Mangalore University, and the five-year under-graduate courses were shortened to four-years. On 26 June 2002, it was elevated to the status of a National Institute of Technology and has been called NIT Karnataka (NITK) ever since. It is now a Deemed University. NITK celebrated its 50th Institute Foundation day on 6 August 2009. The year-long Golden Jubilee celebrations were inaugurated on 10 August 2009.

Responsibilities

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Advanced Faculty/ISEA Member

Dr. Alwyn Roshan Pais.
Dr. P. Santhi Thilagam
Mr. M. P. Singh

Research

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Faculty Training Program

Information Security and Research Challenges (ISRC'2016) Jan 25-29, 2016
Cryptography, Applications and Foundations of Data Science, Oct 26-30, 2015

Paper Publication

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  • Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN)
  • Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
  • Computing and Network Communications (CoCoNet), 2015 International Conference
  • Data Aggregation in Wireless Sensor network
  • Network and System Security
  • Big Data and Cloud Computing Challenges
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