Shree Santoshi Group of Institutes, run and governed by Noble Welfare Charitable Trust is running the following institutes of international standards:-
- Rohtak Institute of Engineering & Management
- Shamsher Bahadur Saxena College of Law
- The Management College
* Winner of National Award in Educational Excellence-2010
* Winner of Global Award in Educational Excellence-2011
* Winner of Rajiv Gandhi Rashtriya Ekta Samman-2011
Rohtak Institute of Engineering & Management
Rohtak Institute of Engineering & Management(RIEM), is the winner of National Award in Education Excellence -2010, and in Smart Board Technology, every class is recorded and is made available to students on website on daily basis.
The college offers the following B.Tech programme which is approved by AICTE and affiliated to Mahrshi Dayanand University, Rohtak.
* Mechanical Engineering(ME)-60 Seats
* Civil Engineering(CE)-60 Seats
*Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) – 60 Seats
*Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE) – 60 Seats
*Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) – 60 Seats
*Information Technology (IT)- 60 Seats
*M.Tech in CSE- 24 Seats
* M.TECH IN EEE(POWER SYSTEM) – 24 Seats
Salient Features and Achievements
*Winner of National Award of Education Excellance -2010
*Times of India of Haryana-Rank 2
*India Today (June Edition ) – Rank 5
*India’s First Institute Using Smart Board Technology
*Direct Teleconferencing tie ups with various renowned
institutes of India & abroad
*Mutual Exchange Program with Foreign University
*Focus on Professional Courses
*Amalgamation of Education & Religion
The admission to B.Tech shall be done by Haryana State Counseling Society through online counseling based on all India rank in AIEEE Exam.
B.Tech – Lateral entry in 2nd year
Candidate should have passed Diploma in Engg. / Technology courses of a duration of 3 years from Haryana Board of Technical Education or its equivalent with at least 50% marks in aggregate or candidates must have passed degree in Science (B.Sc) with Mathematics as a subject with 50% marks in aggregate.