Open Electives (V Semester) 2020

AAE 4301: AUTOMOTIVE POLLUTION & CONTROL The course is relatively easier to comprehend—focusing on automative engines and concepts of thermodynamics. The topics talk about the current environmental issues faced by the automotive industry and its solutions—and hence would be suitable for industrial training. Course Summary: Introduction- Historical background, Regulatory test procedures, Analysis of pollutants, Pollution... Continue Reading →

How do I get my hostel deposit back?

Expectations: Where’s the party tonight? Reality: Bhindi pau kilo, tomato ek kilo….   For some of us, the battle of convincing our parents to let us move out of the hostels and into an apartment closely resembles the struggles our ancestors went through to achieve freedom and independence for our country. Those who emerge victorious... Continue Reading →

Open Electives (VI Semester) 2020

  It can always be daunting to choose from an array of subjects, especially since the battle between the heart and the brain is always unresolved. Should I go for a laid-back OE and get one subject off my back? Or should I study that subject which will look shiny on the CV? How desperate... Continue Reading →

Tribute to the Oldies: Placement Edition

“CONGRATS to the 5 xyz company selects and expecting them to distribute sweets in their respective departments, for their success and take the blessings of all their faculty (teaching & non-teaching) who have helped them, achieve their dreams. MIT and MU wishes you all the very best for your bright future.”  The iconic post of... Continue Reading →

Open Electives (IV Semester) for 2020

  Editor’s Note – The information provided here will be updated as and when more of it becomes available.   Our college understands the need for a student to venture beyond the confines of their branch. It may arise out of the state of saturation reached from learning only about machines or coding, or out... Continue Reading →

MBA- How, Why and Where.

College is a roller coaster experience-- one that a major proportion of your personality bases itself on, that ties you to people you would eventually call your own; one that is extremely diverse and imperative in itself. College is the pathway to that extremely proud and overwhelming moment when your Graduation Letter is handed over... Continue Reading →


Here is an article exclusively about CAT, with basic rules as well as an  interview of FAQs answered by Shubham Pansari, alumni of MIT who is currently pursuing his MBA from IIM-A. Eligibility: Interested applicants must hold a genuine bachelor’s degree in any discipline and must have secured minimum 50% marks or its equivalent CGPA.... Continue Reading →

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