The MODERN INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY (MIET) is situated in Rajhat area of Bandel town in Hooghly District. Bandel is adjacent to CHUCHURA, the Headquarter of Hooghly district. Particularly this area of Hooghly District is rich for its historical and cultural heritage, which has been eventually enriched with the foot prints of Dutch and French missionaries and settlers, way back in sixteenth century. The birth-place of “Amar Katha Shilpi” Sarat Chandra Chattopadhaya is situated very close to our college. The birth-places of “Sri Sri Ramakrishna Paramhansa” and “Ma Sarodamoni” are also nearby to our college. Some of the literary works of “Sahitya Samrat Bankim Chandra Chattopadhaya” and “Biswakabi Rabindranath Tagore” have been done during their stay in this place. In addition to all these, this area is prolific with a number of General and Technical Degree Colleges, Govt. Training College and a good number of secondary and higher secondary schools. Our Modern Institute of Engineering and Technology is undoubtedly an addition of a new feather to the crown of Hooghly District in the field of technical education.
The MIET College is situated on NH – 2 (popularly known as Delhi Road), 3 kms away from Bandel Railway junction station (on Howrah – Burdwan Main line). Bandel station is also connected with Naihati Junction station on the Sealdah main line. All Katwa bound trains from Howrah and sealdah stations ply through Bandel station. Frequent train services are available from Bandel station in all directions. The road distance of city Kolkata (Dharmatala point) is nearly 50 kms, whereas Kolkata Air-port is around 42 kms from our college. Good road link with Bus services is there with the industrial town Kalyani (only 12 kms away via Iswargupta setu) and also in the Burdwan direction. Our college provides its own daily transports from Bandel station for commuting to our college.