At MIT, our aim is to build an effervescent community of engineers, where faculty and students are cronies in a mutually inspirational education process, engrossed in learning. This learning process would lead to the inventions and then to discoveries. We actively seek to engage our adjacent associates from research and educational institutions, to contribute in the process of learning by sharing their proficiency and practices gained outside of the classroom.
The 4-year BTech programme at MIT is designed to provide the undergraduates with a solid foundation for understanding advancing technology. This will be supplemented with strong emphasis on good experimentation and accurate measurement as the basis for fact and understanding. We are committed to nurture the student minds and prepare them for challenges in today’s globalized technology. The doors of our faculty members are always open for any student who seeks help. We persuade all the students to use their time with professors and teaching staff fruitfully, to develop their own proficiency. The extra-curricular activities will include effective communication through speaking and writing.
The career prospects of the engineers and technologists are wide-ranging and fulfilling. A well-trained engineering graduate will be equally competent in research and professional positions, drawing upon his analytical, practical and problem-solving skills. But we aren’t just about the technology. We look for, and develop creative problem solving strengths in our students; at the same time, we encourage students to grow as effective team players, with a strong set of ethics, communications skills and zeal to outshine.
Mr. Subrat Prasanna Mishra
Maharaja Institute of Technology