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The BIT extension centres, spread across several major cities within the country as well as overseas, function under the academic and administrative control of the parent university i.e. BIT, Mesra. Intake process for the extension centres is as stringent as that of the main campus and only the top rankers find admission.

The centres offer programmes ranging from undergraduate level to programmes in Computer Applications and Business Management. The students from these centres are placed in visiting organizations through the centralized campus recruitment programme at BIT Mesra as well as at the respective extension centres.

India - Lalpur, Jaipur, Kolkata, Allahabad, Noida, Patna & Deoghar.
Overseas - Bahrain, Muscat (Oman), Ras al-Khaimah (UAE) & Mauritius
Lalpur extension center

The institute started a centre for Continuing Education or Technology Centre in 1976 at Lalpur in Ranchi, initially offering only part-time postgraduate M.E. courses for disciplines such as Mechanical, Civil, Electrical and Electronics Engineering. It was primarily for the benefit of officers working in Ranchi-based public sector undertakings and private industries such as MECON, SAIL, HEC, CIL, CMPDI, Shriram Ball-bearings Limited, Usha Martin Industries Limited, and nationalized banks who wished to upgrade their qualifications. Part-time M.E. degree courses were initially offered as evening courses, subsequently the MBA, MCA and DCA courses were offered. The laboratory classes were conducted on Sundays and holidays at the main Mesra campus. This Centre is now referred to as the BIT Lalpur Extension Centre.

In 1997 the centre started the full-time courses, B.Sc. Computer Science and B.Sc. Electronics courses and in 1998 the BCA course for girls only. The success of these courses led to extra shifts being added in 1999 and the courses being opened for boys also. In 1999, M.Sc. in Information Technology and M.Sc. in Electronics and Telecommunication courses for girls only and BBAcourse for girls and boys were introduced. The Lalpur Extension Centre has over 1768 students on its rolls with 560 post graduate students.
Jaipur extension centre

The Birla Institute of Technology, Extension Centre, Jaipur was started in 1995 in the campus of the Birla Institute of Scientific Research (BISR). The centre started by offering postgraduate programmes in computer science and computer applications. Since then the range of programmes as well as the facilities have expanded to offer a wide range of academic programmes both undergraduate and postgraduate level. There is no hostel facility at this institute.

Admission to the BE Programme is through the AIEEE Exam. The selection is based upon the AIEEE rank independent of the main Institute.
Kolkata Extension Centre

The Kolkata Extension Centre was established in 1995. It is located in the southern part of the city and is well connected with the rest of Kolkata. The premises of the Centre includes a computer laboratory with a server room, several lecture rooms, a seminar hall, and a library. Students have free access to online journals through ACM, IEEE and Emerald-online. The whole Centre is networked and internet facilities are provided through a 128 kbit/s leased line.
Allahabad extension centre

The extension centre at Allahabad was established in January 1998. It has five academic departments namely Department of Computer Science, Department of Management, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering and Department of Mechanical Engineering. The centre has a library with a large number of books and technical journals. A digital library for on-line access of books and journals has also been provided for staff and students.
Noida extension centre

The extension centre at Noida was started in 1998 with the BCA course. It has a location advantage to engage guest faculty from industry and other institutions for specialized lectures as Noida is a gateway to a large number of IT companies and other major corporates in the NCR.

The Centre registers scholars for Ph.D programmes in Management and Computer Science. The Noida Extension Centre was the first institute in India to set up a full fledged degree course in B.Sc. in Animation and Multimedia. An International Research Centre on Fourth Generation Mobile Communication System (IRC - 4G) has been set up under EAGER -NetWiC Project of Asia Link Programme by European Commission.[23]
Chennai Extension Centre

The Chennai Extension Centre of Birla Institute of Technology was opened on the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding by the then Vice Chancellor of BIT, Late Dr. S.K. Mukherjee, and the Chairman of AMET, Mr. J. Ramachandran on 2 September 2002. The centre was opened to bring the presence of Birla Institute of Technology in South India. The centre was started with Bachelor of Engineeringprogramme in Marine Engineering and later on expanded to include other courses which were already being conducted at Mesra, Ranchi. The office space for the centre was provided within the precincts of AMET. In early 2004, land was acquired by the center adjacent to the Academy for expanding BIT activities at Chennai. At the present time 1.5 acres (6,100 m2) of land have already been acquired, with plans to extend to 5 acres (20,000 m2) in the near future.
Patna Extension Centre
Main article: Birla Institute of Technology, Patna

The Institute's Extension Centre at Patna was established in 2006, on the request of the Government of Bihar. A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the Institute and the Government of Bihar in December 2005. Subsequently, the Government of Bihar allotted 25 acres (100,000 m2) of land located between the Bihar Veterinary College and the Jai Prakash Narayan International Airport at Patna and also agreed to release the requisite funds for establishing the Centre. The foundation stone of the centre was laid on 24 December 2005 and construction started in April 2006.

The Patna Centre is fully residential. All the hostels are inside the institute campus. The infrastructure includes laboratories, lecture halls, workshops, playgrounds, gymnasium, canteen and a library. The plans for the centre include construction of 5.25 lakhs square feet of academic space, hostel accommodation for 1200 students and residential facilities for staff, dispensary, playground, gym and guesthouse.

The institute is being developed as a separate institution, with the granting of a deemed university status. The institute is to be developed into a Center of Excellence.
Deoghar Extension Centre
Main article: Birla Institute of Technology, Deoghar

In 2005, the Government of Jharkhand requested the Birla Institute of Technology to establish an Extension Centre at Deoghar. A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the Institute and the Government of Jharkhand. 50% of the seats would be filled by students acquiring eligible qualifications from institutions located in Jharkhand while the remaining 50% would be students from the other states of the country. Subsequently, the Government of Jharkhand allotted 25 acres (100,000 m2) of land located in the villages of Ramchandarpur and Ratanpur at Jasidih, near Deoghar, and released the funds for establishing the centre. The academic activities of the Centre commenced in October 2007.The campus is also known as BIT Deoghar.The various streams offered are ECE,EEE,CSE,MECH and PRO.

Birla Institute of Technology International Centre (BITIC), Bahrain (Arabic: مركز معهد بيرلا العالمي للتكنولوجيا، البحرين) is the first international centre of Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi, India, an Indian University for technical and management education. The centre was established in 2000 in collaboration with M/s Mohammed Jalal and Sons W.L.L, as a private educational institution under the approval of the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Labor & Social Affairs, Kingdom of Bahrain. The institute is located in Budaiya and offers courses to Indian and non-Indian students in various disciplines.
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