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    Education For EveryOne
    We concentrate on every students, we help try to achieve their goals .
  • Best Placements
    We show path to their career
    We encourage our students to learn new technologies
    to get place in reputed companies
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    For Your Better Future

Welcome To CIET

CHALAPATHI INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY was established in the month of June, 2007. The college is affiliated to Acharya Nagarjuna University and recognized by ALL INDIA COUNCIL FOR TECHNICAL EDUCATION (AICTE), New Delhi.

Sri Y.V. ANJANEYULU Chairman

"I am greatly honoured to serve the society as President of CHALAPATHI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING at Chalapathi Nagar Lam."

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Dr.P. Pandarinath Principal

Teaching & learning process is effective, unparallel and effectively implemented by the dynamic Head of the Departments with the support of the respective faculty members.

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Latest News

Category - B First phase List of Candidates." Click here

Anti plastaic and polythene awareness rally on 13/07/2017 at Gorantla." Click here

Prize winners in Essay Writting & Elocution competition on "Importance of Skill development to youth for employment on 13/07/2017." Click here

Induction Program in CIET. Click here

Vidyalakshmi Portal(for Educational Loans & Scholorships) Click here

Upcoming Events

International Conference on Recent Advances in Material Science and Engineering Technology (ICAMET-2017) Click here

Why Choose Us?

Best Labs

We have best infrastructure for every department high standard labs with full air-conditioned.

Best Faculty

Our Faculty is our strength, we have well experienced and high qualified faculty for our students.

Good Placements

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Latest Placements

We prepare and encourage our students to get job in best companies will make their future better.
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