Bapuji Educational Association (Regd.)

Bapuji Institute of Engineering and Technology

Affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belgavi, Accredited by NBA and NAAC with 'A' grade,
Recognized by UGC under 2(F) and 12(B)

Vision/Mission/Quality Policy/SWOC

BIET is a 40 years old college and has achieved its earlier vision. As the days pass, world becomes competitive. In order to compete with the fast changing world and being technical institution the institute has set following new vision/mission and quality policies.


To be a centre of excellence recognized nationally and internationally, in distinctive areas of engineering education and research, based on a culture of innovation and invention


BIET contributes to the growth and development of its students by imparting a broad based engineering education and empowering them to be successful in their chosen field by inculcating in them positive approach, leadership qualities and ethical values

Quality Policy

Inculcating the concepts of discipline, punctuality and ethics into the thought process of students to promote their overall growth.

Motivating teachers to impart knowledge continuous interaction with students.

Carrying out objective evaluation of student’s performance.

Enhancing the academic skills of the faculty through faculty development programs.

Creating an atmosphere conducive to research in the campus.



Good visionary, supportive and committed management.

Geographically located in central Karnataka.

Good infrastructure facilities having spacious classrooms, laboratories with state-of-art equipment, seminar halls, guest house, hostels and hi-tech indoor auditorium.

State of the art facility in institute’s central library

Qualified and experienced faculty with wide range of engineering and basic science domains.

Advanced teaching-learning process for curriculum enrichment.

University recognized research centers in all the programs.

Good track record of students in university examinations.

Good campus placement

Encouragement for extra and co-curricular activities.

Active Alumni association

Well placed Alumni in India and Abroad

Strong administrative system with ERP.

Active industry-institute interaction.

Active consultancy for public and social sectors


Less collaborative research with premier organizations.

Lesser number of publications in indexed journals.

Lesser number of research grants and funded research projects.

Lack of initiative in the process of publishing and acquiring patents.

Lack of full time research scholars.


Obtaining Autonomy status from university.

Starting new UG and PG programs.

Networking with NITs, IITs and industries for research and academic interaction through MoUs.

Enhancing research activities through government funding agencies

Establishing skill development centre / centre of excellence / startups / incubation centre.

Organizing programmes to faculty and supporting staff to cope up with changing in education policies.

Exposing students to hands-on training as per employer requirement.

Strengthening placement training, self-learning and career advancement activities to enhance the knowledge, skill and attitude level of students.

Threats / Challenges

Competition from autonomous and deemed-to-be universities.

Frequent changes in government policies on admission and fee structure

Drastic changes in curriculum and teaching and learning process.

Fluctuating trend in global economy.

Decreased admission trend in engineering and technology due to wide availability of other professional programs.

Fast obsolescence of existing technologies and emergence of new technologies

Reduced employment opportunities in core sectors.

Reduced interest among students to pursue higher studies / research

Multiple compliance requirements affecting teaching and research.