Located in the National Capital Region, THE NORTHCAP UNIVERSITY is a boutique university, committed to building competency in engineering, management, law, research and in exploring newer applications of industrial relevance. The University’s value based, inter – disciplinary and industry ready curriculum, quality intellectual faculty resource, dedicated staff, research focus, and a superior enabling and supporting physical and academic infrastructure, makes it the most preferred educational destination. Come be a part of this unique institution. Come take the leap.

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(Formerly ITM University, Gurgaon)




To further expand our vision and to take our University to greater heights, we are happy to announce that ITM University, Gurgaon has rebranded itself as ‘THE NORTHCAP UNIVERSITY’ or ‘NCU’ for short. The new name, we believe captures the essence of our vision, our guiding principles and our mission for excellence. It is inspired by our geographical location in the north of the country in the National Capital Region. Our new logo has the ‘Bridge’, a mnemonic which represents the connection between the ‘classroom and the real world’ using multidisciplinary value based education imprinted with an industry relevant curriculum.

University Grants Commission (UGC) has notified the name change of ITM University, Gurgaon to 'THE NORTHCAP UNIVERSITY' (NCU). An Ordinance notifying the name change was earlier promulgated by the Honourable Governor of Haryana. The University is already included in the list of Private Universities under Section 2(f) of the UGC Act.

This rebranding was necessitated by a variety of factors, external and internal. Since our establishment in 1996, the ITM brand attained iconic status and became synonymous with innovation and excellence in academics. It also evoked a sense of trust and integrity amongst its stakeholders. However, it did not reflect our evolution from an institute of technology and management to a University offering multidisciplinary courses engaged in cutting edge research. In addition, certain other universities/institutions were also using the same acronym i.e. ITM, which was confusing our stakeholders and public at large. The need of the hour called for a smart new and distinct identity that symbolizes innovation, creativity and our geographical location in the North of country and close to the National Capital.

There may be certain queries with regard to rebranding for which we’ve answered some common questions under FAQs which, we are sure will provide you with the answers.

The rebranded University and its degrees & other awards continue to be recognized by University Grants Commission (UGC), Bar Council of India (BCI), Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India (MHRD), Government of Haryana, Association of Indian Universities (AIU), National Board of Accreditation (NBA), Accreditation Service for International Colleges (ASIC) – United Kingdom, American Society for Quality (ASQ), Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) – United Kingdom. Accreditation process by National Assessment & Accreditation Council (NAAC), Bangalore is also underway.

Regular activities occur on and off campus and are open to all students. The NCU campus is spirited by the number and diversity of its student’s organizations. Many students' groups are dedicated to community service and social action. The office of students' activities serves as a living-learning centre for students to coordinate a broad range of social, cultural, intellectual, educational and leadership programmes. Students have varied opportunities to participate in the performing arts - in theatre productions, music ensembles or dance groups, or to become involved in committees that sponsor speakers or organize cultural festivals.  Read More

We value the interactions between the university and its surrounding communities, whether these interactions happen through caring for the disadvantaged, sharing with the deprived, educating the illiterate and encouraging the helpless, loving the destitute and donating a little blood , or service learning courses. Programmes for the underprivileged through - Yukti, an organization aimed at enabling others, are regularly held. Blood donation camps and other social welfare activities like charity, visits to orphanages and old age homes, by the students are organized regularly. Students are encouraged to serve the community, with a view to broadening their horizons and inculcating values which can help them grow into role models, both as technocrats as well as caring human beings.

Kindle the entrepreneur in you

The objectives of the E-Cell at THE NORTHCAP UNIVERSITY, Gurgaon, are:

  • To shape the entrepreneurial attitudes of the students across the university.
  • To provide possible support/hand-holding to the potential student entrepreneurs i.e. students with entrepreneurial intent.


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