FIT Group of Institutions was founded in 1998 as a non-profit organization and is setting high standards of imparting quality education.
FIT offers a range of courses in the field of Management, Computer Applications, Traditional, Engineering and Education. These programmes propel the students to forefronts of these disciplines. The students immerse themselves in an environment where knowledge is created and not just communicated.
CEO, Turacoz Healthcare Solutions, India
The programmes and courses offered at the institute have the flexibility to evolve and change in response to new requirements. They serve the dual purpose of building a solid foundation of knowledge and of enhancing confidence, creativity and innovation in its students.
A unique attribute of FORTE academic structure is the autonomy enjoyed by the faculty in designing and structuring methodologies and curriculum. A favourable student-teacher ratio ensures productive, personal contact between the student and the teacher.
Director, Forte Institute of Technology, Meerut
Life is a series of experiences and learning. The time you spend time with us also is filled with so much learning – a lot of which will happen outside the classroom. For starters, your peer group will be a diverse and talented set of culturally diverse individuals (few from outside India too) with varied background and work experience. Likewise, your coursework will bring you in contact with brilliant academicians, management gurus and industry experts from around the world.
Ex Vice Chancellor
The FORTE of FIT is its highly-skilled teachers and a remarkable history of successful Open day events.
The college has a strong ethos of openness, sharing and commitment to increasing parental confidence .
Having served the organization for over a decade I have realized that at FIT there has always been an active volunteer committee willing to plan and organize events Students actively participate and can be asked for their opinions and suggestions. Head teachers are willing to flex curriculum to free up teacher time to serve the problems of student on a one to one basis.