Courses Offered

Jyothishmathi Institute of Technology and Science (JITS) is currently offering Engineering Programmes in Under Graduate Degree, Post Graduate Degree, and Second Shift (Polytechnic) Diploma. Below mentioned are various courses under JITS, Karimnagar.

Under Graduate Programmes (B.Tech)

S.No Courses Offered Intake Tuition Fee per Annum
1 B.Tech - Computer Science and Engineering 180 65,000*
2 B.Tech - Electronics and Communication Engineering 120 65,000*
3 B.Tech - Electrical and Electronics Engineering 60 65,000*
4 B.Tech - Civil Engineering 60 65,000*
5 B.Tech - Mechanical Engineering 60 65,000*
6 B.Tech - Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning 120 65,000*

Note : * Subject to finalization of TSAFRC

Post Graduate Programmes

S.No Courses Offered Intake Tuition Fee per Annum
1 M.Tech - Computer Science and Engineering 24 90,000
2 M.Tech - VLSI System Design 18 90,000
3 MBA- Master of Business Administration 60 38,000


Polytechnic Courses ( Diploma)

S.No Courses Offered Intake Tuition Fee per Annum
1 Computer Engineering (CME) 120 14,900
2 Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) 180 14,900
3 Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE) 180 14,900
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