IEM opens up the doors of young minds who dare to dream. It encourages the spirit of free inquiry and imagination. Here dreams take Shape. The Institute tries to indicate the sense of human values and discipline to make students respectful towards human being, realize and demonstrate their best potential and be a winner in life. The Institute is affiliated to WBUT. B.Tech., M.Tech., MBA courses are under AICTE, Govt. of INDIA.
The Institute family believes that combination of a good teacher and a good student is the basic and most important aspect of achieving academic excellence. It is the strength of our faculty with a heavy dose of the lecture from renowned professors of IIT, Kharagpur, and IIM Kolkata. We have academicians, professionals as well as dignitaries of the business world.
Institute has a strong placement cell. Four placement officers under the chairmanship of the Institute’s director work as placement cell. Very effective Campus Interview is a regular feature of the institute.
All round excellence in management and engineering discipline is attained only by close interaction with the allied industries. To facilitate close interaction of modern industries, as well as to draw upon the vast academic & professional resources of a vibrant industrial sector.
A beautiful & modern library well updated books, journals & multimedia learning aids, provides the student an opportunities to keep themselves well versed with all engineering & management related information.
Limited boarding & lodging are available separately for both boys & girls.
The Alumni association is active in maintaining the student’s relation in IEM and also it is a platform for the old pals to meet and interact students regularly.
Prof. Dr. Satyajit Chakrabarti was born in 1947 in West Bengal. He has done his B. Tech in Mechanical Engineering from REC, Durgapur (NIT, Durgapur). He then went to IIT, Kharagpur to complete his M.Tech in Mechanical Engineering. He has done his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Burdwan University. He has also completed MBA from Missouri University, USA.
He has done research in the field of Machine Tools, Industrial Electronics, Aviation, Alternate Fuel and Robotics.
Prof. Dr. Satyajit Chakrabarti after doing Mechanical Engineering from IIT, Kharagpur, joined Steel Authority of India (SAIL) as Chief and was in-charge of Western Region in India for 13 years. (1971 to 1984). Then he worked as Vice President of British America Investors Corporation at World Trade Centre (BAICORP), New York, USA. (1984 to 1994). After that he worked as Director of Institute of Engineering & Management, Salt Lake, Kolkata (www.iemcal.com). (1994 to 2011). He was also associated with West Bengal Higher Education Council (1997 to 2006) and worked as a consultant to Chairman of Coal India Limited (2 years) for marketing of coal (1997-1999) and Vizag Port Trust as a consultant (2 years) for material chandelling in Port (2000-2002). At present, he is working as Vice Chancellor, University of Engineering & Management, Jaipur. (www.iem.edu.in). (since 2011 & continuing).
He is the Recipient of IETE Gold Medal for highest contribution in Indian Industrial Electronics that happened during last 10 years (1999). He is also the Recipient of Edupreneur award from MHRD in 2013 for highest contribution in the field of education.
Prof. Dr. Satyajit Chakrabarti, the founder of Institute of Engineering & Management, Kolkata has been immensely influential in inculcating the sense of human values and discipline to make the students of the institute respectful to other humans, realize and demonstrate their best potential and be winner in life. The institute under his able guidance strives to maintain ancient Indian Ashram environment and follow the latest methods of Western professional educational techniques and boast of being the best private institute in the field of engineering & management in the state of West Bengal.
Prof. Dr. Satyajit Chakrabarti, the Vice Chancellor of University of Engineering & Management, Jaipur has single-handedly directed the students to become a significant, thinking, aware, and creative being to train them to live with enthusiasm, direction and with a sense of purpose. In spite of busy schedules for being the Vice-Chancellor of the university, Prof. Chakrabarti willingly takes the pain to encourage the students to appreciate rather than to criticize and leaves no opportunity for them to drift away and waste their precious time of life. By virtue of separate special classes being lectured him, the students of the university are encouraged to make a habit of doing things now, develop an attitude of gratitude, get into continuous education program, built positive self-esteem, stay away from negative influences, learn to do things that need to be done, start the day with a positive attitude. This has an obvious positive effect on the job market where the University’s students are at a premium.
Prof. Satyajit Chakrabarti did his B.Tech in Computer Science and Engineering from the Institute of Engineering & Management, then went on to do his Masters in Computer Science from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. While doing his masters, he created the groundwork for Industry-University alliance with Nokia and UBC.
Prof. Satyajit Chakrabarti worked as a Project Manager in TELUS in Vancouver in Beautiful British Columbia for many years where he was instrumental in completing many multi million dollars IT and Telecom projects – including the $300 million dollars Project Imagine, $2 million Wireless Number Portability. Prof. Satyajit Chakrabarti brings with him a solid foundation in academics and industry.
In India, Prof. Satyajit Chakrabarti co-founded the University of Engineering & Management, Jaipur and currently heads the Institute of Engineering & Management, Kolkata. He is a passionate entrepreneur and a Computer Engineer at heart and keeps on doing innovate projects and starting new ventures.
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