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The National Rail and Transportation Institute (NRTI), a vision of the Honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi, is India’s first university focussed on transport-related education, multidisciplinary research and training. A Deemed to be University under the de Novo category, NRTI is specifically established to create a resource pool of best-in-class professionals for the railway and transportation sector.
NRTI will offer multi-disciplinary programmes designed to cater to the needs of India’s transportation sector. The Institute will follow a demand-driven curriculum while aligning with industry priorities. To ensure best-in-class delivery of education, NRTI will follow a highly experiential and unique interdisciplinary pedagogical approach that incorporates the latest technologies such as live classrooms and online programmes, and is delivered by high-quality faculty with global exposure.
NRTI is focused on developing global and national partnerships with top universities and organizations from across the world. This will enable access to the latest pedagogy and programme design, prevailing transportation related domain knowledge, innovations and research developments. NRTI has adopted an interdisciplinary approach for research of transport systems—it is bringing together academicians, scientists and engineers from various backgrounds, with a plan to leverage its academic and industry partnerships and collaborations.
Established as a deemed to be university under the de-novo category in 2018
Multidisciplinary techno-commercial curriculum
Project-based learning at Railway establishments
Incorporates 21st century skills: communication, critical thinking and collaboration
Highly experienced in-house and visiting faculty with international exposure
Fully residential program with modern hostel for boys and girls
Upto 100% scholarships (Need-blind admission)
Global academic and industry partnerships
State-of-the-art green campus
All the programs comply with UGC and AICTE guidelines.