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Welcome to Institute of Engineering & Technology Lucknow

Institute of Engineering And Technology, Lucknow (better known as the "Engineering College" in Lucknow) is one of the premier engineering college in Uttar Pradesh and is the most sought after college during UPSEE counseling, The Institute was established in 1984. Admission is given on the basis of the rank obtained by the candidate in UPSEE-AKTU.

The institute has hostel facilities for boys and girls, committees consisting of elected student representatives manage them. All the hostels are located in the campus.

The institute is fully residential. The institute was formerly affiliated (1984-1999) to The University of Lucknow, currently An Autonomous Institute and recognised by AICTE. The institute is a constituent college of Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University.

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Faculty Publications

S P Shukla Markandeya, Singh, A., Shukla, S.P., Mohan, D., Singh, N.B., Bhargava, D.S., Shukla, R., Pandey, G., Yadav, V.P. and Kisku, G.C., Adsorptive Capacity of Sawdust for the Adsorption of MB Dye and Designing of Two Stage Batch Adsorber, Cogent Environmental Science, 2015, DOI : 10.1080/23311843.2015.1075856
S P Shukla Shukla, S.P. and Sharma, M., Neutralization of rainwater acidity at Kanpur, India, Tellus B, 2010, DOI : 10.1111/j.1600-0889.2010.00454.x
S P Shukla Markandeya, Shukla, S.P. and Kisku, G.C., Toxicity of disperse dyes and its removal from wastewater using various adsorbents: A review, Research Journal of Environmental Toxicology, 2017, DOI : 10.3923/rjet.2017
S P Shukla Mukhopadhyay, S., Masto, R.E., Yadav, A., George, J., Ram, L.C., Shukla, S.P., Soil Quality Index for Evaluation of Reclaimed Coal Mine Spoil, Science of the Total Environment, 2016, DOI : 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2015.10.035
Arun Kumar Tiwari Tiwari A.K., Ghosh P., Sarkar J., Investigation of thermal conductivity and viscosity of nanofluids, Journal of Environmental Research and Development, 2012,
S P Shukla Kisku, G.C., Markandeya, Shukla, S.P., Singh, D.S. and Murthy, R.C., Characterization and adsorptive capacity of coal fly ash from aqueous solutions of disperse blue and disperse orange dyes, Environmental Earth Sciences, 2015, DOI : 10.1007/s12665-015-4098-z
Arun Kumar Tiwari Verma S.K.,Tiwari A.K., Chauhan D.S., Performance augmentation in flat plate solar collector using MgO/water nanofluid, Energy Conversion and Management , Publisher: Elsevier-SCI, Impact factor: 5.472., 2016,
Arun Kumar Tiwari Singh R.K., Sharma A.K., Dixit A.R., Tiwari A.K., Pramanik A.,Mandal A, Performance evaluation of alumina-graphene hybrid nano-cutting fluid in hard turning, Journal of Cleaner Production ,Publisher: Elsevier-SCI, Impact factor: 5.715, 2017,
S N Mishra S N Mishra, Strong Summability of functions based on ( D, K ) ( C, α, β ) summability methods, Bulletin Calcutta Mathematical Society, 2007, DOI : Vol. 99(No. 3) 2007; 305-322
S P Shukla Behera, S.N., Sharma, M., Nayak P., Shukla, S.P. and Gargava P., An approach for evaluation of proposed air pollution control strategy to reduce levels of nitrogen oxides in an urban environment, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 2014, DOI : 10.1080/09640568.2012.750600