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    The success story of an ENGINEER IN TRUE SENSE, Mr.Navin Singh, who worked on 10 Projects during his engineering graduation even though only 1 or 2 projects are necessary as per the university syllabus. It improved his Technical / Application /Practical knowledge to such a great extent that he got selected in one of the Core company which is famous across the world for Automotive Electronics, KPIT Technologies. He could get the opportunity to work on highly technical projects like Missile Systems. Currently, he is working in the Eaton India Innovation Center on many advanced technology projects

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Principal’s Desk

Dr. Ashish L. Nashine

Dr. Ashish L. Nashine

To my mind an educational institute is not just about bricks, mortar and concrete, but about building character, enriching minds and about enriching experiences that lasts a lifetime.

Life is not a set of instructions but is a series of experiences and learning process. Engineering is no exception. This is where MIET steps in – to make a difference and where learning is not just series of instructions but a passion, which goes beyond books, beyond instructions, beyond learning horizons.

At MIET, we believe in learning by capturing set of experiences and enable one to explore new realms of wisdom. The unified diversity element among student projects the integrated spectrum of prototype India as most of the students belong to the states of differing language and local culture gather with single minded focus to succeed in life.

With a student strength of 700 plus for total four departments of engineering and a discipline of architecture, the efforts are directed to accommodate and address the expectations of each student by the way of enabling them to participate in the seminars, workshops organized in and out of the institute.

The institute is also engaged in supporting the students to refine the necessary skills, attitudes and the aptitude towards the corporate placement process in the campus by the way of periodical competitive tests and group interaction exercises.

All these efforts are pursued assiduously to identify the functional gaps between M.I.E.T. and the premier institutions of the country like IITs and NITs so as to narrow them as soon as possible. The institution has taken a great leap forward in the past few years and the results are encouraging.