In civil engineering, a keystone is the wedge-shaped stone piece at the apex/top of a masonry arch – a form of architectural element extensively used in ancient buildings, churches, forts, palaces built with stones before the advent of modern concrete and steel – to span an opening and bear the load of the roof and structure above. Keystone is the final piece placed during construction and locks all the stones into position, allowing the arch to bear weight. This makes a keystone very important structurally and it is the supporting element for the entire arch or vault— without it the whole structures like Roman Coliseum in Rome, Italy, Mughal forts and palaces would collapse. Just as the Keystone holds it all together and provides an opening to a magnificent structure inside – that's what we at Keystone Group of Institutions do ! Keystone Group has been established to provide education that will transform the students into Keystone of their future workplaces and lives and to "open the doors" to a magnificent new successful life ahead!