MIT-WPU Legacy

MIT-WPU Legacy

  • 2018

    Public Dedication ceremony of 'World Peace Dome'

    Public Dedication ceremony of 'The Biggest Dome in the World', that is World Peace Dome, envisioned and designed by Rev. Prof. Dr. Vishwanath D Karad, at the hands of Hon'ble Vice President of India, Shri. Venkaiah Naidu.

  • 2017

    MIT-World Peace University, Kothrud-Pune

    MIT Pune is now MIT-World Peace University. MIT-WPU is among the best private universities in India offering courses in Engineering, Management, Governance, Law, Economics, Liberal Arts, Science, and Journalism.

  • 2015

    MIT-ADT University, Loni Kalbhor-Pune

    Establishment of “MIT-ADT University, Pune”, at Rajbaug Campus, Loni Kalbhor Pune in 2015.

  • Avantika University, Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, India

    Avantika University is a private, cross-disciplinary university based in Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, India. It has been described as India’s first design-centred university.

  • 2007

    Establishment of MIT-School of Technology Management (MITSOT)

    MITSOT, established in the year 2007, is one of India’s top Technology Management Institutions.

  • 2006

    'Vishwashanti Gurukul’

    It took Dr. Karad and the famous Architect Shri Naren Kuwadekar, almost 6 months to put on paper his concept and design of “Gurukul” based on Saptswar, Saptrang and Saptrishi.

  • 2005

    Established MIT School of Government (MITSOG)

    MIT-SOG, a part of MIT-WPU, is the first institute of its kind in India & Asia established in 2005.

  • 2004

    MITSOM College – UG Management Courses

    MITSOM College for Undergraduate Studies was established in the year 2004.

  • MAEER’s College of Arts, Commerce & Science

    MAEER’s Arts, Commerce & Science College, Pune was a constituent unit of MAEER’s MIT Group established in 2004.

  • 2001

    Establishment of MIT-College of Engineering

    Established in 2001, MITCOE is a sister concern of MIT, Pune and has been the destination of choice for most aspiring engineers. MIT-COE is now MIT-WPU.

  • 1999

    Established Maharashtra Academy of Engineering (MITAOE), Alandi, Pune

    MIT Academy of Engineering (MITAOE), Alandi, Pune, was established in 1999.

  • 1998

    UNESCO Chair for Human Rights, Democracy, Tolerance and Peace at World Peace Centre, MAEER’s MIT, Pune

    In appreciation of the work carried out by MAEER’s MIT, Pune-India under the banner World Peace Centre (Alandi), of championing the cause of promoting the ‘Value-Based Universal Education System’ for spreading the message of Peace based on an appropriate blending of Science, Technology, and Spirituality, UNESCO-Paris bestowed the World Peace Centre (Alandi) with UNESCO Chair for Human Rights, Democracy, Tolerance on 12th May 1998

  • 1997

    Maharashtra Institute of Pharmacy (MIP), Pune

    MAEER’s Maharashtra Institute of Pharmacy was established in 1997.and is now under MIT World peace University.

  • 1996

    Establishment of World Peace Centre-at Alandi

    Establishment of World Peace Centre-at Alandi in Quest for Universal Peace under the auspices of MAEER’s MIT Pune, India.

  • 1995

    MAEER’s MIT Polytechnic, Pune

    MAEER’s MIT Polytechnic [Formerly Sri Savitribai Phule Women’s Polytechnic, Pune] was established in the year 1995.

  • Maharashtra Institute of Medical Education and Research (MIMER), Pune

    MAEER’S MIT Pune, established, Maharashtra Institute of Medical Education and Research (MIMER) in the year 1995 at Talegaon Dabhade, near Pune-India. The institute, originally affiliated to the University of Pune is now under Maharashtra University of Health Sciences Nashik, and is recognized by Medical Council of India.

  • 1987

    Establishment of First School of Management Education under MAEER’s MIT

    Another chapter in the History of MAEER’s MIT began in 1987, with the establishment of the MIT School of Management and MIT School of Business (MITSOB).

  • 1983

    Establishment of Maharashtra Institute of Technology-MIT

    On 24th June 1983, news announcements of the 9th Engineering College in Maharashtra offered a ray of hope to many engineering aspirants.

  • The Opening Day: 5th August 1983

    5th August 1983. The first bell, which rang at 7.00 in the morning, was a moment to rejoice in the realisation of a dream and the start of the MAEER Journey.

  • 1981

    The Seed Thought : A Newspaper Article on ‘Engineering Education Scenario in Maharashtra’

    A Newspaper Article featuring a story on the dearth of Engineering Colleges in Maharashtra- India, leading to the failure of deserving candidates in securing admissions to Engineering colleges, which in turn resulted in depression and incidences of suicide. This situation became the driving force for Prof. Dr. Vishwanath Karad, an engineering Professor at Government college of Engineering (C.O.E.P-Pune), to change this adverse situation into an opportunity for young aspirants.