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Jyothishmathi Institute of Technology & Science, Karimnagar was established in August 1997 as a self-financing Engineering College by Shalini Vidya Samstha, Karimnagar under the able Chairmanship of Sri. J. Sagar Rao, a philanthropist and great visionary.

The Higher Education environment in our country has changed dramatically over the last twenty years and there were challenging times for colleges and universities. Despite these challenges, Jyothishmathi Institute of Technology & Science (JITS) has made significant progress over the last 21 years, and we are proud of our achievements.

Our college has developed into one of the very large and foremost Engineering Colleges in the northern region of Telangana State. The college continues to be recognized for its achievements. Our commitment to widening participation has ensured that we continue to make Higher Education accessible to those from poor backgrounds. We look forward for every opportunity to spread knowledge beyond the campus through the creativity and achievements of our staff and students. Our strategy is to guide a raft of changes to secure an unforgettable best student experience for all at JITS. Ahead lie enormous challenges and much hard work, but we have begun our journey and are already making progress. Management, faculty, staff, graduates, undergraduate students have been fantastically supportive of our aspirations.

We have also recognized that, we need to establish a fresh strategy for teaching and learning in the college light of changing demands and the needs of our students. Our attention must be focused on measures to improve the quality of learning and teaching in the College and to ensure that our graduates have developed the necessary skills for successful employment and for ‘lifelong learning’. This is an exciting time to be at Jyothishmathi Institute of Technology & Science as we continue to innovate and grow. This reflects the spirit of our college, and the commitment of our management, faculty & staff.

I am proud to have been a part of the current development and I look forward to the College maintaining and developing its mission for ‘Making Knowledge Work’ and offering relevant teaching programmes in an atmosphere of research.

I wish all the students every success in their future endeavors and a bright future
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