Indian Institute of Management & Technology
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To become a Center of excellence in the diversified fields of education by imparting state of the arts technical education, training and innovative research relevant to present and future requirements.

To strive to develop an innovative center of learning, designed to develop a blend of solutions after proper research into academic learning and put it in to practice, through a creative use of latest learning pedagogies and use of appropriate technologies.

To uphold a framework of basic cultural, social and behavioral principles & values, that nurture human communities and to further help achieve a sustainable development in the fields of economics, science & technology, social sciences and humanities.

To eliminate at a great extent the prevailing problem of unemployment by providing 100% job-oriented distance education/vocational education and training so that the strength of nation can be engaged in service and self employment.

To make and get prepare the computer education software’s for the development of computer educational abilities/skills in the peoples of remote villages/rural areas.

To minimize/low the fee structure of computer education, I.T & vocational education/training courses and spread awareness through literacy programmes throughout the country.

To help all the Government and Non-Government Organizations engaged in cause, concern and welfare of the general public in all sphere of their life including education, health, social welfare, literacy etc.

IIMT INSTITUTE Admission Office Address

Address:SSB - (109 - 110), Old Court Complex, Near Congress Bhawan, Rajgarh Road Hisar - 125001 (HARYANA)

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