ITM University, Raipur (ITMUR) has always aspired for a holistic and inclusive growth of the individuals as well as the society and hence, today it has earned the reputation of an emerging higher education institution in the region. Established in 2012 by Chhattisgarh Private Universities (Establishment and Operations Amendment) Act 2011 Section 9 (2) by ITM Society Raipur, the varsity has regularly been investing in human resources, creating processes and managing funds judiciously. It has stood firm to the growing demands by pursuing a synergetic and coherent structure.
The ITMUR adopted the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) in conformity with the UGC and AICTE guideline from 2018 providing academic flexibilities to select courses from a basket of Program and Open Electives offered by Engineering, Architecture, Life Sciences, Management, Commerce, Hotel Management and Law programs. The University regularly organizes review, revision and upgradation of the teaching courses and academic curriculum through wide consultation with all the stakeholders including the Board of Studies (BoS) of each Department.
ITMUR also believes that it has a role in the transformation of society. It is with this perspective that we have adopted 3 villages, including 2 tribal villages, in Chhattisgarh and our students today engage themselves in several civic and societal issues to transform the lives of these villagers through social responsibility forums and National Service Scheme.
At ITMUR, we firmly believe that we have an obligation to the profession, society and nation that can be best realized by imparting quality education, enabling the pupils with confidence and conviction, and above all, creating characters to perform and contribute, pursue excellence in profession and conduct life with a heart filled with compassion and dedication.
The ITMUR would remain adaptive to new ideas and strategies to meet and remain relevant to the growing aspirations of our young India by aiming at initiatives like start-ups and incubation centres, human development centres, offering facilities for women empowerment, social development and environmental protection to be enhanced for exploring new horizons in higher education and research. Thus, I take this opportunity to invite you to be a part of this ‘young, exuberant and illustrious’ ITMUR's journey for building an academically elite, professionally sound and socially empowering institutional structure which remains flexible and fundamentally strong to face the upcoming environmental challenge
Mr. Sourav Chatterjee