Faculty of Engineering & Technology

Faculty of Engineering & Technology at MIT-World Peace University is recognized as a leader in engineering education.

Our reputation for academic excellence, faculty of global repute, technological advancements, research capabilities, student representation at International Competitions for Engineering Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development are reflected in our legacy of four decades. Faculty of Engineering at MIT-WPU campus is the destination of choice for most aspiring engineers from India and abroad. At MIT-WPU we follow a rich learning pedagogy emphasizing on developing engineers through a specially designed Inter-disciplinary approach known as the WPU Method. We nurture our students with sound academic knowledge, orientation for research & innovation and Instilling human values through Peace Studies.The Engineering curriculum, which follows UGC guidelines is imparted with active learning methods like Problem Based Learning (PBL), Experiential Learning, and Collaborative Learning.Our Engineering graduates become future ready professionals, as they gain from real-life Industrial exposure, National-International Study tours, and Seminars & Guest lectures from renowned Professionals. This proven approach towards holistic learning and development has ensured that our students stand apart as best Industry professionals, noted contributors to the society, and responsible global citizens practicing human values.

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Geology Field Visit

As Civil Engineering Students , we had to choose a site for geological exploration and investigation and other aspects related to the subjects that we can study. On 23rd February we , a group of 60 students along with 4 of our professors left for Wai, Panchgani and Mahabaleshwar which was a 2 hour drive from Pune. During our journey we observed tunneling and road pavement construction activities.

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  • 23 October 2018

The Exciting World of Model United Nations!

The AlexisMUN was held in the YashwantRao Chavan Law College between the 29th and 30th of September. MIT-WPU send a team of 12 delegates there and they did not disappoint.

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  • 1st October, 2018

Winners of Pune Smart City Hackathon 2018

B.tech students of MIT-WPU secured 2nd position with a prize money of ₹ 1 Lakh

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