Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal
Manipal Institute of Technology is commonly known as the MIT Manipal. The institution has been established in 1957 as one of the first private and self-financing institution of India. The institute is affiliated as an integral part or the constituent of Manipal University. It is recognized by the AICTE. The campus was inaugurated by the S. Nijalingappa the then Chief Minister of Mysore.
The campus sprawls over 188 acres of land around 65 km North of Mangalore. The MIT Manipal is located 5 km away from the Udupi Railway Station. The campus comprises of 10 academic buildings and blocks, 21 residential blocks and Kamath Circle building. The campus has three entrances.
The MIT campus has separate hostel facility, practical classes, workshop & laboratories, computer centre, central library, food court, mess, innovation centre, IT club, students’ club, 5 major blocks and various campus and academic facilities.
The campus has more than 500 academic staff and more than 6500 students from all departments of UG, PG and PhD programmes. The campus offers around 46 educational programmes in engineering and technology. The campus offers 16 B.Tech programmes, 21 M.Tech programmes and 4 M.Sc programmes. The major disciplines in the field of engineering and technology are as the following:
- Aeronautical Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Science & Engineering
- Electronics and Communication Engineering
- Print & Media Technology
- Mechanical Engineering
The MIT Manipal has been established a Training & Placement Cell to ease the students for their suitable placement. The cell organizes the summer training, industrial interaction and campus recruitment. The top recruiters of the institution are as CDD India, Samsung Electronics, TESCO, Ericsson Global, Robert Bosch, HCL, Info systems, Tata Consulting Engineers, Philips Electronics, Cybage and Tata Motors.