Madras Institute of Technology (MIT) is a private engineering institute located in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. It was established in 1949 by C. Rajam. The institute is one of the 4 constituents of Anna University but in the year 1978, it was merged in Anna University. It is affiliated to Anna University, Chennai and approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE).
Madras Institute of Technology offers study in undergraduate, postgraduate and research courses in multiple disciplines. It is the 1st institute in India to offer postgraduate (PG) courses in mechatronics and avionics. MIT has received many awards which comprise an award by Indian Society of Technical Education (ISTE) and an award for the Best Overall Performance in 1999.
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The list of courses offered by Madras Institute of Technology consists of B.Tech, B.E at the undergraduate level and M.Tech, M.E, M.Sc at postgraduate level. It also runs M.Phil and Ph.D. at the doctorate level. The duration of UG programs is 4 years while PG courses consist of 2 years duration. M.Phil is a 1-year program and Ph.D. is 3 years program. Madras Institute of Technology Fee Structure is different for every program.
Academics: Institute has the following departments to offer undergraduate, postgraduate and research programs-
Passed 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics as a subject with at least 50% marks from a recognized board
Valid TNEA Score
B.E or B.Tech degree in relevant discipline with minimum 50% marks (For SC/ ST 40% marks) from a recognized university or Institute
Valid TANCET/ GATE Score
Graduate degree in mathematics
Graduate degree with Mathematics as a compulsory subject
Master’s degree in relevant field with at least 55% marks
JRF scores in UGC NET, UGC CSIR NET, GATE
Communication & Networking
Computer Science And Engineering
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The indoor and outdoor sports facility is given to MIT students. The sports area is spread over 28 acres of land involving part of the MIT campus and Annexure (Rani Thottam).