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  1. <menubox>
  2. <heading category="about">
  3. <sub_head id="about" name="About">
  4. <paragraph id="profile">
  5. <phead>Profile</phead>
  6. <text id="p1">
  7. <![CDATA[ In 1949,Shri.C.Rajam, gave the newly independent India-Madras Institute of Technology, so that MIT could establish the strong technical base it needed to take its place in the world. It was the rare genius and daring of its founder that made MIT offer courses like Aeronautical Engineering, Automobile Engineering, Electronics Engineering and Instrument Technology for the first time in our country. Now it also provides technical education in other engineering fields such as Rubber and Plastic Technology & Production Technology. It was merged with Anna University in the year 1978. Sixty years hence, while it continues to be a pioneer in courses that it gave birth to, it is already renowned for producing the crème de la crème of the scientific community in more nascent courses such as Computer Science and Information Technology MIT has produced great scientist like Dr.A.P.J.Abdul Kalam, versatile genius like Sujatha and many more.<br> ]]>
  8. </text>
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  10. </paragraph>
  11. <paragraph id="history">
  12. <phead>History</phead>
  13. <text id="p1">
  14. <![CDATA[ With the dawn of Independence, the need for establishing a sound technological basis for proper industrial advancement of the country was realised. Towards the fulfilment of this need, a number of Engineering Institutions were established by several State Governments. It was at this juncture that Mr.C.Rajam, with his characteristic pioneering spirit, patriotic fervor and unwavering enthusiasm came up with a munificent donation of Rs. 5 lakhs through the sale of his house and founded the MIT, with the blessings of the Sage of Kanchi, the Jagadguru Sankaracharya Swamigal. In this noble effort, Mr.Rajam enjoyed the inspired assistance of a few distinguished citizens, notably Subbaraya Aiyar, M.K. Ranganathan, L.Venkatakrishna Iyer, K.Srinivasan and C.R. Srinivasan and also generous donations from the public and industries. Thus in July 1949, the MIT was established as an All India Technological Institution with the two-fold objectives of providing 1. Engineering education of University standard in specialised fields and 2. Facilities for research in these and allied fields, free from regional limitations both in regard to its staff and students.<br> ]]>
  15. </text>
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  17. </paragraph>
  18. <paragraph id="dean desk">
  19. <phead>Dean Desk</phead>
  20. <text id="p1">
  21. <![CDATA[ Name : Dr. T. Thyagarajan, Designation : PROFESSOR & DEAN, Qualification : Ph.D., Email ID : thyagu_vel@yahoo.co.in, Area of Interest : Intelligent control<br> ]]>
  22. </text>
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  24. </paragraph>
  25. </sub_head>
  26. </heading>
  27. <heading category="programmes">
  28. <sub_head id="aboutProg" name="About Programmes">
  29. <paragraph id="p1">
  30. <text id="t1">
  31. <![CDATA[ MIT offer courses like Aeronautical Engineering, Automobile Engineering, Electronics Engineering and Instrument Technology for the first time in our country. Now it also provides technical education in other engineering fields such as Rubber and Plastic Technology & Production Technology. ]]>
  32. </text>
  33. </paragraph>
  34. </sub_head>
  35. <sub_head id="offerProg" name="programmes Offered">
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  37. <programme id="c2">
  38. <degree>UG</degree>
  39. <course>B.E.</course>
  40. <branch>Aeronautical Engineering</branch>
  41. <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
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  44. <uniqueness>YES</uniqueness>
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  46. <programme id="c3">
  47. <degree>UG</degree>
  48. <course>B.E.</course>
  49. <branch>Aeronautical Engineering</branch>
  50. <stdymode>Part Time(SS)</stdymode>
  51. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
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  54. </programme>
  55. <programme id="c4">
  56. <degree>UG</degree>
  57. <course>B.E.</course>
  58. <branch>Automobile Engineering</branch>
  59. <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
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  64. <programme id="c5">
  65. <degree>UG</degree>
  66. <course>B.E.</course>
  67. <branch>Automobile Engineering</branch>
  68. <stdymode>Part Time(SS)</stdymode>
  69. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
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  73. <programme id="c6">
  74. <degree>UG</degree>
  75. <course>B.E.</course>
  76. <branch>Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering</branch>
  77. <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  78. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
  79. <tstrength>0</tstrength>
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  81. </programme>
  82. <programme id="c7">
  83. <degree>UG</degree>
  84. <course>B.E.</course>
  85. <branch>Production Engineering</branch>
  86. <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  87. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
  88. <tstrength>0</tstrength>
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  90. </programme>
  91. <programme id="c8">
  92. <degree>UG</degree>
  93. <course>B.E.</course>
  94. <branch>Mechanical Engineering</branch>
  95. <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  96. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
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  98. <uniqueness>NIL</uniqueness>
  99. </programme>
  100. <programme id="c9">
  101. <degree>UG</degree>
  102. <course>B.E.</course>
  103. <branch>Production Engineering</branch>
  104. <stdymode>Part Time(SS)</stdymode>
  105. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
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  108. </programme>
  109. <programme id="c10">
  110. <degree>UG</degree>
  111. <course>B.E.</course>
  112. <branch>Mechanical Engineering</branch>
  113. <stdymode>Part Time(SS)</stdymode>
  114. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
  115. <tstrength>0</tstrength>
  116. <uniqueness>NIL</uniqueness>
  117. </programme>
  118. <programme id="c11">
  119. <degree>UG</degree>
  120. <course>B.Tech.</course>
  121. <branch>Rubber and Plastic Technology</branch>
  122. <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  123. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
  124. <tstrength>0</tstrength>
  125. <uniqueness>NIL</uniqueness>
  126. </programme>
  127. <programme id="c13">
  128. <degree>UG</degree>
  129. <course>B.E.</course>
  130. <branch>Electronics and Communication Engineering</branch>
  131. <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  132. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
  133. <tstrength>0</tstrength>
  134. <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  135. </programme>
  136. <programme id="c14">
  137. <degree>UG</degree>
  138. <course>B.E.</course>
  139. <branch>Electronics and Communication Engineering</branch>
  140. <stdymode>Part Time(SS)</stdymode>
  141. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
  142. <tstrength>0</tstrength>
  143. <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  144. </programme>
  145. <programme id="c15">
  146. <degree>UG</degree>
  147. <course>B.E.</course>
  148. <branch>Computer Science and Engineering</branch>
  149. <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  150. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
  151. <tstrength>0</tstrength>
  152. <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  153. </programme>
  154. <programme id="c16">
  155. <degree>UG</degree>
  156. <course>B.Tech.</course>
  157. <branch>Information Technology</branch>
  158. <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  159. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
  160. <tstrength>0</tstrength>
  161. <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  162. </programme>
  163. <programme id="c18">
  164. <degree>PG</degree>
  165. <course>M.E.</course>
  166. <branch>Aeronautical Engineering</branch>
  167. <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  168. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
  169. <tstrength>0</tstrength>
  170. <uniqueness>YES</uniqueness>
  171. </programme>
  172. <programme id="c19">
  173. <degree>PG</degree>
  174. <course>M.E.</course>
  175. <branch>Avionics</branch>
  176. <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  177. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
  178. <tstrength>0</tstrength>
  179. <uniqueness>NIL</uniqueness>
  180. </programme>
  181. <programme id="c20">
  182. <degree>PG</degree>
  183. <course>M.E.</course>
  184. <branch>Avionics</branch>
  185. <stdymode>Part Time(SS)</stdymode>
  186. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
  187. <tstrength>0</tstrength>
  188. <uniqueness>NIL</uniqueness>
  189. </programme>
  190. <programme id="c21">
  191. <degree>PG</degree>
  192. <course>M.E.</course>
  193. <branch>Aerospace Technology</branch>
  194. <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  195. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
  196. <tstrength>0</tstrength>
  197. <uniqueness>NIL</uniqueness>
  198. </programme>
  199. <programme id="c22">
  200. <degree>PG</degree>
  201. <course>M.E.</course>
  202. <branch>Automobile Engineering</branch>
  203. <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  204. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
  205. <tstrength>0</tstrength>
  206. <uniqueness>NIL</uniqueness>
  207. </programme>
  208. <programme id="c23">
  209. <degree>PG</degree>
  210. <course>M.E.</course>
  211. <branch>Instrumentation Engineering</branch>
  212. <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  213. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
  214. <tstrength>0</tstrength>
  215. <uniqueness>NIL</uniqueness>
  216. </programme>
  217. <programme id="c24">
  218. <degree>PG</degree>
  219. <course>M.E.</course>
  220. <branch>Manufacturing Engineering</branch>
  221. <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  222. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
  223. <tstrength>0</tstrength>
  224. <uniqueness>NIL</uniqueness>
  225. </programme>
  226. <programme id="c25">
  227. <degree>PG</degree>
  228. <course>M.E.</course>
  229. <branch>Manufacturing Engineering</branch>
  230. <stdymode>Part Time(SS)</stdymode>
  231. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
  232. <tstrength>0</tstrength>
  233. <uniqueness>NIL</uniqueness>
  234. </programme>
  235. <programme id="c26">
  236. <degree>PG</degree>
  237. <course>M.E.</course>
  238. <branch>Manufacturing Engineering with Specialization in Green Manufacturing</branch>
  239. <stdymode>Part Time(SS)</stdymode>
  240. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
  241. <tstrength>0</tstrength>
  242. <uniqueness>NIL</uniqueness>
  243. </programme>
  244. <programme id="c27">
  245. <degree>PG</degree>
  246. <course>M.E.</course>
  247. <branch>Mechatronics</branch>
  248. <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  249. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
  250. <tstrength>0</tstrength>
  251. <uniqueness>NIL</uniqueness>
  252. </programme>
  253. <programme id="c28">
  254. <degree>PG</degree>
  255. <course>M.Tech.</course>
  256. <branch>Rubber and Plastic Technology</branch>
  257. <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  258. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
  259. <tstrength>0</tstrength>
  260. <uniqueness>NIL</uniqueness>
  261. </programme>
  262. <programme id="c30">
  263. <degree>PG</degree>
  264. <course>M.E.</course>
  265. <branch>Communication and Networking</branch>
  266. <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  267. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
  268. <tstrength>0</tstrength>
  269. <uniqueness>NIL</uniqueness>
  270. </programme>
  271. <programme id="c31">
  272. <degree>PG</degree>
  273. <course>M.E.</course>
  274. <branch>Wireless Technology</branch>
  275. <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  276. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
  277. <tstrength>0</tstrength>
  278. <uniqueness>NIL</uniqueness>
  279. </programme>
  280. <programme id="c32">
  281. <degree>PG</degree>
  282. <course>M.E.</course>
  283. <branch>Wireless Technology</branch>
  284. <stdymode>Part Time(SS)</stdymode>
  285. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
  286. <tstrength>0</tstrength>
  287. <uniqueness>NIL</uniqueness>
  288. </programme>
  289. <programme id="c33">
  290. <degree>PG</degree>
  291. <course>M.E.</course>
  292. <branch>VLSI Design and Embedded Systems</branch>
  293. <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  294. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
  295. <tstrength>0</tstrength>
  296. <uniqueness>NIL</uniqueness>
  297. </programme>
  298. <programme id="c34">
  299. <degree>PG</degree>
  300. <course>M.E.</course>
  301. <branch>VLSI Design and Embedded Systems</branch>
  302. <stdymode>Part Time(SS)</stdymode>
  303. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
  304. <tstrength>0</tstrength>
  305. <uniqueness>NIL</uniqueness>
  306. </programme>
  307. <programme id="c35">
  308. <degree>PG</degree>
  309. <course>M.E.</course>
  310. <branch>Computer Science and Engineering</branch>
  311. <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  312. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
  313. <tstrength>0</tstrength>
  314. <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  315. </programme>
  316. <programme id="c36">
  317. <degree>PG</degree>
  318. <course>M.E.</course>
  319. <branch>Computer Science and Engineering</branch>
  320. <stdymode>Part Time(SS)</stdymode>
  321. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
  322. <tstrength>0</tstrength>
  323. <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  324. </programme>
  325. <programme id="c37">
  326. <degree>PG</degree>
  327. <course>M.E.</course>
  328. <branch>Tech Information Technology</branch>
  329. <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  330. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
  331. <tstrength>0</tstrength>
  332. <uniqueness>NIL</uniqueness>
  333. </programme>
  334. <programme id="c38">
  335. <degree>PG</degree>
  336. <course>M.E.</course>
  337. <branch>Tech Information Technology</branch>
  338. <stdymode>Part Time(SS)</stdymode>
  339. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
  340. <tstrength>0</tstrength>
  341. <uniqueness>NIL</uniqueness>
  342. </programme>
  343. <programme id="c39">
  344. <degree>PG</degree>
  345. <course>M.Phil.</course>
  346. <branch>Mathematics</branch>
  347. <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  348. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
  349. <tstrength>0</tstrength>
  350. <uniqueness>NIL</uniqueness>
  351. </programme>
  352. <programme id="c40">
  353. <degree>PG</degree>
  354. <course>M.Sc.</course>
  355. <branch>Applied Mathematics</branch>
  356. <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  357. <strdyear>0</strdyear>
  358. <tstrength>0</tstrength>
  359. <uniqueness>NIL</uniqueness>
  360. </programme>
  361. </programmes>
  362. </sub_head>
  363. </heading>
  364. <heading category="admissions">
  365. <sub_head id="aboutAdm" name="admissions">
  366. <paragraph id="p1">
  367. <text id="t1">
  368. <![CDATA[ MIT is a renowned educational and research institute, historically dedicated to the pursuit of advancement in science and engineering. Students are continuously exploring new avenues of knowledge, guided by knowledgeable and experienced faculty. Outside academia, MITians pursue their passions in writing, theatre, robotics and much more through a variety of clubs, attuning themselves to the world around them and emerging as well rounded students. A stellar placement record reflects MIT’s commitment for great career to all it’s students. ]]>
  369. </text>
  370. </paragraph>
  371. </sub_head>
  372. <sub_head id="detailsAdm" name="admissions details">
  373. <admissions>
  374. <adm_det id="a2">
  375. <hd_adm>Full time</hd_adm>
  376. <info>Eligibility - The admission to UG programmes is purely based on the marks obtained in the Higher Secondary examinations or Completion of Diploma with a minimum number of 2 years gap.</info>
  377. </adm_det>
  378. <adm_det id="a3">
  379. <hd_adm>Admission Process</hd_adm>
  380. <info>The admission notice is published in all the leading news papers and in the University website. The admission of students to all the programmes is through a Single Window Admission System, administered by Anna University. The higher secondary marks are scaled to 200, based on which the merit list/ ranks are released. Counseling is conducted based upon the ranking.</info>
  381. </adm_det>
  382. <adm_det id="a5">
  383. <hd_adm>Student Services</hd_adm>
  384. <info>SC/ST Cell, Anti Ragging</info>
  385. </adm_det>
  386. <adm_det id="a6">
  387. <hd_adm>Clubs and Societies</hd_adm>
  388. <info><ul> <li>Web Team MIT</li> <li>Computer Society</li> <li>Athenaeum</li> <li>MIT Tech Forum</li> <li>Rotaract Club</li> <li>Museum</li> <li>PDA</li> <li>YRC</li> <li>NSS</li> <li>NSO</li> <li>Sports</li> <li>Quiz Club of MIT</li> <li>Yoga</li> <li>TBO</li> <li>Tamil Mandram</li> <li>Variety Team</li> <li>MITRA</li> <li>Induction Program </li> </ul> </info>
  389. </adm_det>
  390. </admissions>
  391. </sub_head>
  392. <!-- sub_head id="statisAdm" name="Total Admission Strength">
  393.      <admlist>
  394.      </admlist>
  395.    </sub_head>
  396.    <sub_head id="statisReserv" name="Reservation Quota">
  397.      <reserquota>
  398.      </reserquota>
  399.    </sub_head>
  400.    <sub_head id="stdActivity" name="Student Activity">
  401.      <stdactivity>
  402.      </stdactivity>
  403.    </sub_head>
  404.    <sub_head id="stdClubCul" name="Student Club and Culture">
  405.      <stdclubcul>
  406.      </stdclubcul>
  407.    </sub_head -->
  408. </heading>
  409. <heading category="galleries">
  410. <sub_head id="deptgallery" name="Department Photos">
  411. <galleries>
  412. <photos id="o3">
  413. <url>./img/mit/gallery/gallery_2018-11-20 022037.jpg</url>
  414. <desc>DEAN PHOTO</desc>
  415. </photos>
  416. </galleries>
  417. </sub_head>
  418. </heading>
  419. <heading category="scholarships">
  420. <sub_head id="aboutscholar" name="About Scholarship">
  421. <paragraph id="p1">
  422. <text id="t1">
  423. <![CDATA[ ]]>
  424. </text>
  425. </paragraph>
  426. </sub_head>
  427. <sub_head id="schoList" name="Scholarship Available">
  428. <schoList> </schoList>
  429. </sub_head>
  430. </heading>
  431. <heading category="Facilities">
  432. <sub_head id="aboutfacility" name="About Facilities">
  433. <paragraph id="p1">
  434. <text id="t1">
  435. <![CDATA[ The Facility Services department is responsible for the planning, construction, renovation, maintenance and repair of college buildings and facilities. ]]>
  436. </text>
  437. </paragraph>
  438. </sub_head>
  439. <sub_head id="facilityList" name="Facility Available">
  440. <facilityList>
  441. <faci_det id="f2">
  442. <hd_fac>Library</hd_fac>
  443. <info>The library ‐ the treasure house of books and periodicals ‐ is a centre of intellectual activity of any institution. The MIT, which is imparting advanced level courses and undertaking research programmes in vital technical areas. The MIT library, strives to its readers n the interest of creativity and innovation, the predecessors of Research and Development. </i
  444. <fac_photo>./img/mit/facility/facility_2018-11-17 024833.jpg</fac_photo>
  445. </faci_det>
  446. <faci_det id="f3">
  447. <hd_fac>Hostel</hd_fac>
  448. <info>Separate vegetarian and non-vegetarian kitchens. Steam Cooking . Three dining halls with a total seating capacity of about 500 students. All dining halls have granite top dining tables, water coolers, pest traps, UV lamps and music playback facilities . Student mess committee decides the menu and monitors the purchases. Mess bill is calculated based on the principle of dividing system. A reverse Osmosis water treatment plant of capacity 500 lt/hr supplies hygienic water to the entire campus.</info>
  449. <fac_photo>./img/mit/facility/facility_2018-11-19 052321.png</fac_photo>
  450. </faci_det>
  451. <faci_det id="f4">
  452. <hd_fac>Health Centre</hd_fac>
  453. <info>Health Centre is committed to promoting the health and wellness of the campus community by providing high-quality prevention, education, and treatment services. The medical, counseling, and health promotion services are designed to help you stay healthy or get better so that you can minimize disruptions caused by injury and illness. The Health Centre aims to enhance the healthcare experience of the MIT campus community by providing healthcare with respect, consideration and confidentiality. Please review this website or reach out to the Heath Centre staff for details of healthcare resources, prevention methods, health education and general healthcare guidance.</info>
  454. <fac_photo>./img/mit/facility/facility_2018-11-19 053003.jpg</fac_photo>
  455. </faci_det>
  456. <faci_det id="f5">
  457. <hd_fac>Sports Boards</hd_fac>
  458. <info>Madras Institute of Technology (MIT) has a huge and spectacular sports facility covering an area of 28 acres of land at the MIT Main Campus and at Annexure (Rani Thottam) - one km away from the Main Campus. </info>
  459. <fac_photo>./img/mit/facility/facility_2018-11-19 053234.jpeg</fac_photo>
  460. </faci_det>
  461. <faci_det id="f6">
  462. <hd_fac>MIT Student's Cooperative societies</hd_fac>
  463. <info>MIT Student's Co-operative Store Ltd. was established in the year 1950 and it is registered under Tamilnadu Co-operative Department (Regd. No. G.1520). It is located at Ground Floor of the Administration building, MIT Campus. The working hours will be from 9.00 am to 7.00 pm on all working days (Monday to Saturday).</info>
  464. <fac_photo>./img/mit/facility/facility_2018-11-19 053557.jpg</fac_photo>
  465. </faci_det>
  466. <faci_det id="f7">
  467. <hd_fac>The Day Care Centre</hd_fac>
  468. <info>The Day Care Centre MIT campus caters to the needs of about 25+ children with Ms.T.Catherine Bina, as the Coordinator, and a teal of three office assistants. The Centre organises many activities for the children periodically. Various workshops, arts and crafts classes and summer camps are conducted for these children. the Centre have adequate play facilities.</info>
  469. <fac_photo>./img/mit/facility/facility_2018-11-20 113147.jpg</fac_photo>
  470. </faci_det>
  471. </facilityList>
  472. </sub_head>
  473. </heading>
  474. <heading category="ntbldeptalumni">
  475. <sub_head id="aboutalumni" name="About Alumni">
  476. <paragraph id="p1">
  477. <text id="t1">
  478. <![CDATA[ Any institutions' alumni are key to its growth. We are focused on giving a global experience to our students. ]]>
  479. </text>
  480. </paragraph>
  481. </sub_head>
  482. <sub_head id="deptalumnidetls" name="Department Alumni list">
  483. <deptalumnilist>
  484. <alumni id="a2">
  485. <aname>A.P.J Abdul Kalam</aname>
  486. <abranch> Aeronautical Engineering</abranch>
  487. <achievement>Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam 15 October 1931 – 27 July 2015) was an Indian scientist who served as the 11th President of India from 2002 to 2007. He was born and raised in Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu and studied physics and aerospace engineering. He spent the next four decades as a scientist and science administrator, mainly at the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) and Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and was intimately involved in India's civilian space programme and military missile development efforts. He thus came to be known as the Missile Man of India for his work on the development of ballistic missile and launch vehicle technology.He also played a pivotal organisational, technical, and political role in India's Pokhran-II nuclear tests in 1998, the first since the original nuclear test by India in 1974</achievement>
  488. <alumniphoto>./img/mit/alumni/alumni_2018-11-19 124146.jpg</alumniphoto>
  489. </alumni>
  490. <alumni id="a3">
  491. <aname>Sujatha Rangarajan</aname>
  492. <abranch>Electronics and Communication Engineering</abranch>
  493. <achievement>Sujatha (3 May 1935 – 27 February 2008) was the allonym of the Tamil author S. Rangarajan, author of over 100 novels, 250 short stories, ten books on science, ten stage plays, and a slim volume of poems. He was one of the most popular authors in Tamil literature, and a regular contributor to topical columns in Tamil periodicals such as Ananda Vikatan, Kumudam and Kalki. He had a wide readership, and served for a brief period as the editor of Kumudam, and has also written screenplays and dialogues for several Tamil movies.</achievement>
  494. <alumniphoto>./img/mit/alumni/alumni_2018-11-19 050828.jpg</alumniphoto>
  495. </alumni>
  496. <alumni id="a4">
  497. <aname>Kailasavadivoo Sivan</aname>
  498. <abranch>Aeronautical Engineering</abranch>
  499. <achievement>Kailasavadivoo Sivan (born 14 April 1957) is an Indian space scientist and the chairperson of the Indian Space Research Organization.He is the former Director of Vikram Sarabhai Space Center and Liquid Propulsion centre.</achievement>
  500. <alumniphoto>./img/mit/alumni/alumni_2018-11-19 050135.jpg</alumniphoto>
  501. </alumni>
  502. <alumni id="a5">
  503. <aname>K B Chandrasekhar</aname>
  504. <abranch>Electronics and Communication Engineering</abranch>
  505. <achievement>Co-founder and former CEO of the erstwhile Exodus Communications.</achievement>
  506. <alumniphoto>./img/mit/alumni/alumni_2018-12-04 120537.png</alumniphoto>
  507. </alumni>
  508. </deptalumnilist>
  509. </sub_head>
  510. </heading>
  511. <heading category="research">
  512. <sub_head id="aboutResearch" name="About Research">
  513. <paragraph id="p1">
  514. <text id="t1">
  515. <![CDATA[ about research areas ]]>
  516. </text>
  517. </paragraph>
  518. </sub_head>
  519. <sub_head id="researchlist" name="Research List">
  520. <researches/>
  521. </sub_head>
  522. </heading>
  523. <heading category="deancontact">
  524. <sub_head id="deanquote" name="Inspirational Quoates">
  525. <paragraph id="p1">
  526. <text id="t1">
  527. <![CDATA[ Is sky the limit? ]]>
  528. </text>
  529. </paragraph>
  530. </sub_head>
  531. <sub_head id="deanContact" name="Dean Contact">
  532. <deancontacts>
  533. <d_mobile>Nil</d_mobile>
  534. <d_email>thyagu_vel@yahoo.co.in</d_email>
  535. <d_telep>04422516001</d_telep>
  536. <d_fax>Nil</d_fax>
  537. <d_address>Madras Institute of Technology, MIT Road, Radha Nagar, Chromepet, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600044, India.</d_address>
  538. </deancontacts>
  539. </sub_head>
  540. </heading>
  541. <heading category="departments">
  542. <sub_head id="aboutdepart" name="About Departments">
  543. <paragraph id="p1">
  544. <text id="t1">
  545. <![CDATA[ Courses are generally given within a department.An academic department is a division of a university or school faculty devoted to a particular academic discipline. ]]>
  546. </text>
  547. </paragraph>
  548. </sub_head>
  549. <sub_head id="deptList" name="List of Department">
  550. <departments>
  551. <dept_list id="d2">
  552. <info>Department of Aerospace Engineering</info>
  553. </dept_list>
  554. <dept_list id="d3">
  555. <info>Department of Automobile Engineering</info>
  556. </dept_list>
  557. <dept_list id="d4">
  558. <info>Department of Electronics Engineering</info>
  559. </dept_list>
  560. <dept_list id="d5">
  561. <info>Department of Instrumentation Engineering</info>
  562. </dept_list>
  563. <dept_list id="d6">
  564. <info>Department of Production Technology</info>
  565. </dept_list>
  566. <dept_list id="d7">
  567. <info>Department of Rubber and Plastics Technology </info>
  568. </dept_list>
  569. <dept_list id="d8">
  570. <info>Department of Information Technology</info>
  571. </dept_list>
  572. <dept_list id="d9">
  573. <info>Department of Computer Technology</info>
  574. </dept_list>
  575. <dept_list id="d10">
  576. <info>Division of Applied Sciences and Humanities</info>
  577. </dept_list>
  578. <dept_list id="d11">
  579. <info>Computer Center</info>
  580. </dept_list>
  581. </departments>
  582. </sub_head>
  583. </heading>
  584. </menubox>

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