NRTI Starts 2021 Registrations For Niche Courses


Indian Railways has established India’s first university focused on transport and allied industries. National Rail And Transportation Institute (NRTI) was declared a deemed to be university under de novo category vide notification No.F.9/t/zotB-U.3 (A) issued by the Ministry for Human Resource Development on July 26, 2018. BRTI offers niche courses the admission to which shall be through an entrance test for which registrations for 2021 session have been started.

NRTI BBA and BSc Admissions 2021Course(s) offered : (a) BSc in Transportation Technology (b) BBA in Transport Management (c) B.Tech. in Rail Infrastructure Engineering (4 year) (d) B.Tech. in Rail Systems & Communication Engineering (4 year)

Admission procedure : Admission to BBA and BSc is through an admission test NRTI-UAAT whereas the BTech admission is based on the rank in JEE-Mains.

NRTI’s path-breaking programmes, which commenced in 2018 with its first batch of around 100 undergraduate students, have a unique pedagogical focus on experiential learning and practice, and cutting-edge research and innovation, through the lens of management and technology.

International partnerships : NRTI has forged academic partnerships with top-ranked global universities offering opportunities for student and faculty exchange, joint research and learning, including Cornell University (USA), University of California Berkeley (USA), Russia University of Transport (MIIT) Moscow (Russia), St. Petersburg State Transport University (Russia).

Key dates for 2021 admissions

Last date to apply online : 21 Jul 2021

Date of online admission test : 1 Aug 2021

Note : application last date for BTech courses in 20 Aug 2021.

Entrance test details :

For detailed information, check NRTI-UAAT-BBA and NRTI-UAAT-BSc


BSc in Transportation Technology is open to Science Stream Students (Mathematics mandatory in Class XII)

BBA in Transportation Management is open to students from all Streams Mathematics mandatory in Class XII)

-- MEP News Bureau