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Our Rural Immersion Program

Rural Immersion is a component of WPU Method for all the programmes run under the MIT World Peace University. This immersion programme is designed to achieve “Social Mission” of University.
Rural Immersion is applicable for all students across all streams under MIT-WPU. It is designed to give students to rural realities. This unique concept is been implemented with an intention of sensitizing the budding Engineers, Administrators, Entrepreneurs and Liberal Arts Aspirants to become a part of rural development through various activities in rural area.
Rural Immersion Program is the participatory method for the analysis of local problems by the students of different streams and different background. It helps the students to understand their problems, lifestyle and needs and inspires them to come up with ground – breaking solutions.

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Programme Concept

    • Rural Immersion is the process to become part of development by deep involvement by arranging activities at rural part of our country.

    • It is the deep mental and physical involvement for betterment of society.

    • It is process of Nation Building carried by youth for sustainable development of Society.

    • Taking in to consideration MIT-WPU has created a platform for students to perform for development of Rural India through this program.



    • To build leadership that generates good citizens and a strong commitment to society.


    • To sensitize the urban students towards the problems faced by the villagers
    • To provide an opportunity to the students to become a part of rural development process
    • To apply knowledge of respective disciplines to solve social problems.

Programme Objectives

    • Connecting urban Indian Youth to Bharat. ( I TO B )

    • Connecting rural Bharat to Urban Area. ( B TO I )

    • Creating opportunities to learn from rural Bharat for MIT-WPU students.

    • Contributing to Rural development by urban youth of India.

    • Sensitizing urban youth about issues and problems of villages in general and farmers in particular.

    • Attempt in providing solutions to village problems through Project Based Learning. (PBL)

Prof. Dr. Vishwanath Karad
Founder President & Educationist

Mr. Rahul Karad
Executive President

Prof. Dr. Inder. K. Bhat
Vice Chancellor, MIT-WPU

Prof. Dr. Sudhir Gavhane
Director  Rural Immersion Program
and  National Outreach &  Networking

Neelam Pandit
Project Co-ordinator
Rural Immersion Program

WPU Methods   


Utilizing only the most dedicated and professional faculty, MIT-WPU is dedicated to imparting a world class education to all its students.

Sports Culture for Peace

The mind is as good as the body. Keeping this in mind, MIT-WPU keenly believes that maturity and stability are greatly enhanced by the practice of playing sports.

Research Collaborations

We have numerous research collaborations with other colleges, universities and scientific institutions to further the cause of research.

Rural Immersion Program

We aim to bridge the gap between Bharat and India by undertaking various social mission to impart critical knowledge to our fellow countrymen in rural and semi urban surroundings.

Our Philosophy

Mahatama Gandhi

I would say that if the village perishes, India will perish too. India will be no more India. Her own mission in the world will get lost. The revival of the village is possible only when it is no more exploited. Industrialisation on a mass scale will necessarily lead to passive or active exploitation of the villagers as the problems of competition and marketing come in. Therefore we have to concentrate on the village being self-contained, manufacturing mainly for use. Provided this character of the village industry is maintained, there would be no objection to villagers using even the modern machines and tools that they can make and can afford to use. Only they should not be used as a means of exploitation of others.

A. P. J. Abdul Kalam

“Almost half of the population of the world lives in rural regions and mostly in a state of poverty. Such inequalities in human development have been one of the primary reasons for unrest and, in some parts of the world, even violence.”