The Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT), Manipal was established in 1957 as one of the first self-financing engineering colleges in the country. In 2000, it became a constituent institute of the deemed university - Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE), which is known today as Manipal Academy of Higher Education
MIT offers 18 bachelor and 26 masters programs in diverse engineering streams. It also gives students the option to carry out full-time or part-time research. The minimum duration for postgraduate-qualified PhD students is three years for full-time and four years for part-time. There is a one-year relaxation for applicants with an MPhil degree.
The institute undertakes sponsored research programmes supported by funding agencies such as DBT, DST, CSIR, AICTE and the Ministry of Environmental Sciences. It has collaborative research programs in association with premier research laboratories and institutes in India and abroad.
Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT) Manipal has always been very proactive in placing the students into their preference profiles. 300+ recruiting teams, including 50+ Fortune 500 companies, visit MIT Manipal for UG and PG campus placements and internships recruitment every year
- A proactive placement cell that helps students launch their careers in the right direction
- Outstanding placement record that sets MIT apart from the other engineering institutes in India
- Preferred destination for campus recruitment for global corporate giants across industries
- Focus on driving placements across core engineering streams that has resulted in higher core placements at MIT compared to most other engineering institutes in India
- Global alumni network that includes industry luminaries like Satya Nadella (CEO, Microsoft), Rajeev Suri (CEO, Nokia) and Anant J Talaulicar (MD Cummins India Ltd) among others
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B Tech – Honours
An option for eligible meritorious students who could get B Tech - Honours degree by earning 20 additional credits, which may help them to secure admission to top universities abroad and also for direct PhD in India.
Student Exchange Programs
An option for B.Tech. and M.Tech students of MIT to pursue a part of their studies in a semester (B Tech) or a year (M Tech) at our partner universities abroad for earning the required number of credits. Interested B.Tech. students can avail this when they are in the fifth or sixth or seventh semester and M.Tech students during their second year.
An Engineering graduate, on graduation, is expected to have a skillset to find solutions to problems of the society. Along with the domain specific knowledge, other basic skills that are expected are: Communication, Leadership, Teamwork, Problem Solving, Planning, Motivation and Enthusiasm, Adaptability and Flexibility, and Ability to Build Relationships. All these mandates engineering education to be experiential, practical, relevant, and up to date. Keeping this in mind, as an experiment, in 2007, Institute came up with the idea of Major Student Projects, wherein, institute provides infrastructure to build a technical project to compete in an international competition. Currently, there are 20 Major Student Projects in MIT campus.
Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT) Manipal has always been very proactive in collaborating with reputed industries for live projects, guest lectures, leadership talks, workshops, collaborative research, in addition to internships and placement offers for our students. We also engage experts from the industries to share their expertise by being a part of our institute as an adjunct faculty. We also engage the experts from industries to be a member of the departmental curriculum committee and board of studies, enabling us to bridge the gap between industry-academia.