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MIT Manipal Year of Establishment: 1957.
MIT Manipal Affiliation: Manipal University.
MIT Manipal Mode Of Admission: 70% through MIT Entrance test & 30% through AIEEE.
MIT Manipal Cut Off 2012: Last Cut Off Rank admitted through ENAT was around 6137.
MIT Manipal Branches In Engineering:
- Aeronautical Engineering
- Automobile Engineering
- Biomedical Engineering
- Biotechnology Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Science and Engineering
- Electrical and Electronics Engineering
- Electronics and Communication Engineering
- Industrial and Production Engineering
- Information Technology
- Instrumentation and Control Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Printing and Media Technology
MIT Manipal Fee Structure For Engineering 2013: Total Tuition Fee INR 2,25,000/- Per Year.
MIT Manipal Hostel & Mess Fee Structure For Engineering 2013: Fee INR 84,500/- Per Year.
MIT Manipal Engineering Placements 2012:
MIT Manipal Major placement details as on May 15, 2012 are
• No. of companies: 80 Total Offers: 1501
• Core Offers: 45 % Highest CTC: 16 LPA Avg CTC: 4.42 LPA
• IT & ITES Offers: 55 % Highest CTC: 3.4 LPA Avg CTC: 3.11 LPA
• No. of eligible final year students placed: 1017
• Students with multiple Offers: 48 %
• Final Offer Accepts (As on May 15, 2012): Core 62 % and IT & ITES 38 %
MIT Manipal Campus & Intra Facilities:
MIT Manipal's campus is located 65 kilometres (37 mi) north of Mangalore. The campus is located five kilometres from Udupi's railway station and spreads over an area of 188 acres (76.0 ha) housing 10 academic buildings, and 21 residential buildings, with a total capacity of 6,080 inhabitants. There are three entrances to the campus: one near Academic Block 1, one near 12th Block and one at KC (Kamath Circle: the center of the campus).
The catering is handled by the MIT Food Court, MIT Cafeteria, and other messes on campus. The MIT Food Court, with a seating capacity of 1200 people, caters to the food needs of about 840 people daily. MIT Cafeteria serves snacks and lunch, and is in the vicinity of academic buildings. Apoorva Mess, Adithya Mess, Annapoorna Mess, Akshaya Mess, Ananya Mess and Ashraya Mess serve food for students from around the world. Ananya Mess and Ashraya Mess are for women only.
Most of MIT buildings have a number (or a number and a letter) designation and some have a name as well. Typically, academic and office buildings are referred to by their names and residential blocks by their numbers. The assignment of building numbers roughly corresponds to the order in which they were built. Many of the academic buildings are connected above ground by footbridges. However, these bridges are kept locked, except during orientation. A new set of hostels were build to support the increase of intake per year named as 14th, 15th, 16th & 17th Blocks. These hostels have better facilities and good infrastructure. Still there are new hostels currently building beyond 17th Block which is too far from the academic block.
There used to be a shuttle bus service between the residential blocks and the academic blocks until the mid-2012. The campus has continuous water and power supply. MU's campus-wide wireless network was completed in May 2009 and is designed to support up to 14000 users.
MIT Manipal Hostel & Mess Facilities:
Manipal University has a separate hostel section under the management of Hostel Management Committee. This committee is headed by its Chairperson. The Chief Warden, MU, Manipal Campus who is the secretary of the Committee administers the day to day aspects of the hostel management at Manipal. All the hostels of the University are divided into three campuses. The hostels of medical, dental and para medical colleges at Manipal are grouped under Chief Warden, MU, Manipal Campus; the hostels of engineering, management and other colleges located at Manipal Institute of Technology complex are grouped under Chief Warden, MIT Campus; and the hostels at Mangalore Campus are grouped under Chief Warden, Mangalore Campus.
Each hostel has a Warden from the teaching faculty of the colleges who is responsible for the discipline, maintenance of building, allotment of rooms etc. The hostel staff consists of caretakers/ block supervisors, other attendants and maintenance staff. The Manipal Servicecorp Facility Management Pvt. Ltd. (MSFM) looks after the maintenance of the buildings and other facilities in the hostels. There are messes located at different areas of the Campus combined and also separately for boys and girls. Student can choose to be a member of any of these messes.
MIT Manipal Address: Director, Admissions , Manipal.edu, Manipal 576104, Karnataka, India.
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