DIBRUGARH, Feb 28 � The new buildings of the Dibrugarh University Institute of Engineering & Technology (DUIET) was formally inaugurated at a befitting function at the varsity campus here on Wednesday. The institute has been imparting B Tech courses in computer engineering, electronics and communication engineering, petroleum engineering and mechanical engineering since the academic year 2009-10.
The new buildings, housing the petroleum engineering, mechanical engineering and electronics & communications engineering have been constructed as three blocks, with a total investment of Rs 25 crore, made available by the State government under the Asom Bikash Yojana. These three blocks were inaugurated by Dibrugarh MP, Paban Singh Ghatowar, DU Vice Chancellor Dr Kandarpa Kumar Deka and DU registrar, Dr Pradip Kumar Bhuyan, respectively. The DU executive council member, Dr Kamal Gogoi was present at the inaugural meeting.
The varsity's academic deputy registrar, Binud Borah and a student, Shravani Medhi were among those who spoke on the occasion. Dr Kamal Gogoi said the DUIET will go a long way in helping society meet its growing need of technically skilled personnnel in the days to come.