Alumni

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events


The following Calendar of Events will be conducted by Each Department. To know the exact timelines for your respective department please get in touch with your respective Departmental Faculty Alumni Coordinator.

  • Alumni Induction Interaction – An Induction programme for Incoming students to every department is envisaged, with a key role being played by Alumni. Students will get the opportunity to interact with Alumni who can guide them on how to go about the Next 2 -4 Years of their college Life. Tips on how to balance Academics, Extracurricular and keeping an eye on how to maximise learnings and fun from their time at MIT-WPU will be a huge benefit to incoming students. This event will also help enable Mentor-Mentee interactions between incoming students and Alumni
  • Annual Departmental Gathering – Each Department will organise an Annual Gathering. Alumni are warmly invited to help plan the theme and help make this event a resounding celebration
  • Alumni Career Orientation Interaction – Students in Final / Pre-Final Years heading into placement season and / or gearing up for applications to Post-Graduate programs in India and Abroad would immensely gain from Alumni inputs on how their career paths shaped and what kind of preparation / readiness levels were required in their times. Such insights from Alumni would provide

Alumni Speak

GIRISH WAGH

“There are so many take-aways from MIT. So many of which have helped me get to this station of my career. If I must narrow down to the maximum impact take-aways then it has got to be the manner in which my lecturers and professors imparted knowledge, both theory and praxis. That the knowledge imparted was effective was reflected in my career in so many telling ways. MIT’s inculcation of discipline and the culture of value based education proved to be the keys that opened up my career for me. Yes, MIT provides opportunities for balanced learning, through classroom inputs as well as creating an atmosphere that helps students to develop capabilities to implement those theoretical inputs in real life conditions. In a nutshell MIT makes of its Students a force that brings concepts to life.”

RAJNEESH VIJ

Experience at MIT was fantastic, and laid the foundation stone for a challenging journey ahead. I passed in 1997 (BE Civil), and in 1999 completed my MBA from MITSOM. MIT, in those days, encouraged free thinking rather than just stressing on classroom teaching. We were often encouraged to look beyond books. It helped enormously to absorb and assimilate, from various interactions happening in and around the campus. In the hindsight, I believe, this very approach helped in inculcating a sense of self-discipline and develop a 360 degree approach to problem solving.