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About Institute

SIET is an Institute of Shanti Alya Trust located in the outskirt of Shimla city at a distance of 22 km at Rampur Keonthal, Tehsil & District Shimla and is connected by Pucca Road having regular six-time daily bus service. It is just 6 km. off from Jathia Devi, on Totu-Nalagarh State Highway, 3 km short of Jubbar Hatti Airport Shimla.

SIET has been granted NOC by the Govt. of Himachal Pradesh, vide letter No- EDN-A-Chha (7)-6/99-Vol-III-Loose on June 24, 2004, recognition by the NCTE vide letter No-FNRC/NCTE/F-3/HP-105/3670 dated July 7, 2004 and affiliation by the H.P. University, the Institution started its 1st session of B.Ed. Training in August, 04 with 100 girls students in arts stream.

The Institute admits 100 girl students in B.Ed. course in arts/commerce and Science stream. The Institute has a complex of modern building with necessary infrastructure as per the norms prescribed by the NCTE & the H.P. University. Besides, hostel accommodation is available for 50 students. The Institute has its own bus which ply at working days from Sanjauli to Institute and back. Institute have modern Library and well equipped Laboratories.


About Trust

Shanti-Alya Trust is a parent body of SIET, a Charitable Trust was established in 1993 and is registered under the Trust Act. An abode of peace, Shanti-Alya is a philanthropic and charitable institution primarily engaged in upliftment of socially deprived women and children. The Trust is also running sewing, tailoring centre and shawls weaving center besides a homeopathic dispensary. Various types of medical and yoga camps are held for general public from time to time.

Shanti-Alya was founded by Justice (Retd.) Kamlesh Sharma, Managing Trustee. The Trust is now managed by a Board of Trustees constituting of eminent social workers, e.g. teachers, advocates, businessmen etc.

Shanti-Alya Trust is spread over an area of 10,933 square meters of land at Rampur Keonthal which has come up with newly constructed pink buildings and cottages bedecked with ornamental plants, flowers, fruit bearing trees, grassy lawns and spacious playgrounds. The Institution has its own water supply scheme.