The National Institute of Foundry and Forge Technology (NIFFT) is a fully residential Government of India co-educational institute located at Hatia, which is about 7.4 km from Ranchi It was established in 1966 by the Government of India in collaboration with UNDP - UNESCO to provide qualified engineers and specialists for running Foundry and Forge industries.
The objectives of the Institute have broadened to meet the present need of the industries, with the introduction of departments of Manufacturing Engineering (ME) and Materials and Metallurgical Engineering (MME).
Apart from training students NIFFT also provides consultancy, documentation and information retrieval services in manufacturing engineering and industrial metallurgy.
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