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Chairman Message

Indian Centre for Advancement of Research and Education (ICARE) was established at the end of 1995 with a missionary zeal. It is a non-profit making voluntary organization registered under societies registration act,1961,dedicated to promote, establish, run and maintain value based educational institution of excellence and commensurate with growth of industry in and around Haldia in the district of Purba Medinipur, West Bengal, India. ICARE can now boost up a galaxy of cream products in the Field of Engineering, Medical Science, Technology, Para Medical, Law and Management.

The emergence of Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization and the phenomenal achievements in the field of science and technology have necessitated the demand for technical man power. Industrial development requires a large number of properly trained personnel. The prosperity of a country depends on her industry and industry depends on technical knowledge.

The establishment of Global Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), we do believe, will fulfil the aspirations and cherished dreams of the aspirants in the region as many production units are being established here to catch the benefits of the industrial development. The institute has got the perfect ambience to establish itself as “centre of excellence” in the field of science and technology and our faculties/instructors and administrative officials are committed to put in the most ultimate and genuine efforts for achieving the desired professional and academic excellence.

It is patent beyond the shadow of doubt that Gist does possess the requisite academic commitments to emerge a premiere institute of learning in science and technology in India in the near future. Also it is a great pleasure for us that we have crossed a grand milestone of 12 years with cordial collaboration and association of students, guardians, staffs and the management. I would like to convey my heartfelt gratitude and appreciation to all of them.