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Centre For Development of Imaging Technology

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Government of Kerala in the year 1988 established Centre for Development of Imaging Technology (CDIT) with a vision to ensure advancement of research, development and training in imaging technology with an implied role in socially relevant science & development communication. C-DIT is situated near the picturesque campus of Chithranjali Hills, beside the Kerala State Film Development Corporation campus.Uniqueness of C-DIT comes from the rare combination of its human resources - a co-existence of the talented pool of creative personnel with technological work force. In its 19 years of existence C-DIT has successfully completed many prestigious projects of the Government of Kerala. Over the years C-DIT has evolved into a centre of convergence. Currently the organization is in a position to offer a plethora of services covering a wide range of information appliances and deploying all conceivable media formats.

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Centre For Development of Imaging Technology - Thiruvallam, KL

Chithranjali Hills
Thiruvallam, KL
www.cdit.org +91 471 2380910
General Info
Approved By:
Government of Kerala

Year Established:
1988

Academic Calendar Type:
SEMESTER

Campus Facilities
Initially located in a corner of the Chitranjali studio complex of KSFDC, C-DIT set up its own campus in 1998 in three acres of land leased from KSFDC in Thiruvallam. When the activities expanded we had to hire many buildings in and around the city. Our search for more space within the city was rewarded when the Government of Kerala allocated 15 cents of prime land at Pattom. Since the formal land transfer got delayed due to various reasons, the construction could not be started. Now the formalities have been completed and the construction is ready to begin. The new campus will house the head office divisions as well as Technology and Communication divisions of C-DIT. The new building will use green technologies with scientific energy saving methods. It will be perhaps the first public building in the city to use a dome structure built in steel.