• Electromagnetic theory projects- fire extinguisher"

  • "Electromagnetic theory projects -magnetic fluilds"

  • Electronic system design workshop

  • Dr. Ashis Jalote recieving the Instition building award 2013 for IICT

  • IICT launch in 2012-Mr. Kiran Karnik

  • Architect Vir Mueller Associates-IET new building model

  • IET new building boomipoojan

  • Existing IET premises

  • IET sports day DYNAMOS 2013

Shaping the future of IET education

Institute of Engineering & Technology(IET)

Ahmedabad University established the Institute of Information and Communication Technology /(IICT) in 2012. In 2014, with expanding programs in newer engineering disciplines, the institute has assumed its current name-The institute of Engineering and Technology (IET)
 IET delivers undergraduate and post graduate engineering programs with extensive student -centric pedagogies to produce excellent learning outcomes. Our project based educational approach creates dynamic and pro-active graduates with capacities for lifelong learning, complex problem solving, design and innovation and relating technology to society.

Academic Programs
Dual Degree (B.Tech+ M.Tech) in ICT- 5 years >>
M Tech- 2years (Launching soon) >>
PhD program >>
Mechanical Engineering (Coming soon)
Chemical Engineering (Coming soon)

 Recent events:
MOU
IET, Ahmedabad University has signed an MoU with 'The International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid
Tropics (ICRISAT), Andhra Pradesh, India'
Awards
Dr. Ashis Jalote-Parmar, Associate Professor, IET-AU has been awarded the "Emerging Leaders Fellowship (ELF)-2014" with the Australia India Institute at The University of Melbourne, Australia.
Member
Dr. Mehul S. Raval, Associate Professor, IET-AU, was invited to join IEEE Technical committee on Soft Computing by IEEE System, Man and Cybernetics (SMC) society. Dr. Raval was one of the 174 members to be invited from across the globe.
Android Application Development: 
Dr. Ashis Jalote-Parmar has recently developed a android based application for predicting high risk maternal women in rural villages.