The College of Technology came in to existence in this prestigious university in 1966 and College of Agricultural Engineering was merged in to it. Its ten departments offer eight B. Tech Degree Programs namely Agricultural Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics & Communication, Information Technology, Mechanical Engineering and Production Engineering. In addition to it, the College offers 24 post graduate programs including a self financed MCA program.
The College of Technology, an ISO 9001:2000 certified institution, is privileged to have a well qualified and experienced faculty with judicious mix of creative, talented and committed academicians. A large number of faculty members hold Ph.D. degree in their respective fields from national and international institutions of repute.
All the programs of study are approved by AICTE and accredited by the National Board of Accreditation. Admissions to B Tech programs are through AIEEE, admissions to M Tech programs are through GATE score while to MCA program are through NIMSET score.
The College is the lead institute in Uttarakhand in the world bank project for Technical Education Quality Improvement Program (TEQIP) and is also the Regional Academy Centre of CISCO (including CISCO networking lab). The college is proud of its infrastructural facilities befitting to modern technological needs.
Presently it has eleven departments, namely:
The Courses are as follows :
A Research Advisory Committee (RAC) with Vice- Chancellor as Chairman, Director Experiment Station as Member-Secretary, Deans of Colleges, Director Extension, Research Programme Coordinators, Heads of each college and progressive farmers as Members advises the Vice- Chancellor regarding allocation of funds, conditions for accepting grants and allied matters affecting the research programmes of the University. All research in the University is conducted on approved research projects designed to investigate specific problems under the leadership of faculty member(s) located in subject-matter departments.
All research in the University is conducted on approved research projects designed to investigate specific problems under the leadership of faculty member(s) located in subject-matter departments.