Moodbidri, Aug 10: Mangalore Institute of Technology & Engineering (MITE), Mijar, inducted its 12th batch of students of Engineering and organized an orientation programme for the new entrants on August 6 and 7.
Welcoming the new students, Dr G L Easwara Prasad, principal, gave a brief of the college and highlighted the achievements and the national and international awards won by the students of the college. He also spoke about the various industry tie-ups that MITE has for providing global and industry oriented education, and also highlighted the progress achieved in the last 11 years. The students were then, briefed about the rules and regulations of the Institute and the University norms. Prof G R Rai, advisor of MITE and former principal of NMAMIT Nitte was the chief guest of the function. Prof G R Rai, asked students not to take lightly the rules and norms, as they are not a burden, but required for the successful completion of the graduation studies. He then told the student not just to focus on studies but also to have passion towards sports, other hobbies and co-curricular activities, so that the student can have an inclusive growth.
Students were presented sessions on academic rules and regulations, boarding norms, placement and training facilities. Dr C R Rajshekar, vice-principal briefed about the college norms. Dr Ganesh Mogaveer, head, department of Civil Engineering briefed about the Hostel Regulations. Narendra U P, dean (P&T) presented the importance of being professional and the essential of etiquettes.
Rajesh Chouta, chairman, Rajalaxmi Education Trust presided over the function. He asked the parents not to shed their responsibility once their ward has joined the professional course, but rather keep a continuous tab on their wards academic progress. He also mentioned that, going forward a bond has been built between the parents and the Institution, and together with the parents and the College, we can bring success in each and every one of the student’s future. Dr Asha Crasta, professor, department of Mathematics compered the programme.
The students were also briefed about the industry oriented certifications from major industries like Siemens, KPIT, Bosch Rexroth and Infosys which would be provided to the students. Also, the tie up with Binghamton University, State University of New York,, will be providing Lean Six Sigma Yellow and Green Belt Certification to the students and training on latest technologies. MITE inducted the students in the seven different streams of Undergraduate Engineering courses viz, Mechanical, Electronics & Communication, Computer Science, Civil, Mechatronics, Information Science and Aeronautical Engineering.