Rajarshi School of Management & Technology is a leading technology institute offering under-graduate and post-graduate programmes in Computer application and Management. The institute is set amidst abundant greenery in sylvan surroundings and provides a conducive environment for studies. Being a non-profit institution, RSMT has been able to reinvest its surplus and provide ideal infrastructure and facilities to students and faculty to promote an environment for learning. The institute is approved by All India Council for Technical Education, i.e. AICTE, Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India and Affiliated to Gautam Buddha Technical University, Lucknow (Formarly UPTU). The institute runs on the motto of: "Education to Employment with Efficacy" Provides quality education and exposure catering to the dynamic requirements with a vision to seek, mould, polish and develop such leaders with changing times.Its discipline based core courses (horizontals) moulds the students to become "Masters of their trade" by a dynamic curriculum of customer - centric electives (verticals) providing synergies, enriching tradition with innovation & producing the technocrats & entrepreneurs who can creatively leverage knowledge, skill sets, business processes, technology and intellectual capital. Each department at Sharda Institute of Management & Technology has a dedicated team of faculty members who train students by organizing academic lectures, projects, workshops and hands on training. It has separate Girls and Boys Hostels with standard quality of food and lodging facilities. Students can also stay on their own near by residential areas. Standard cost of living here goes around Rs. 4,000 to Rs. 5000 per month, depending on the life style of a student. The college is located in heart of the city and also provides transport facilities. The nearest railway station and airport is Varansi. Also, students who wish to go out and refresh themselves of their hectic schedules can do that easily as the city contains many popular tourist places and nearest food joints.