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


   Madras Institute of Technology shall strive towards a World Class Institution by producing professionals with high technical knowledge, professional skills and ethical values.  We shall be a preferred partner to the industry and community for contribution towards their economic and social development by providing high quality manpower through excellence in teaching, research and consultancy.

Madras Institute of Technology shall be recognized as a point of reference, a catalyst, a facilitator, a trendsetter and a leader in technical education.


  Madras Institute of Technology shall contribute to the educational, economic and social development.
  • By producing students who are intellectually and technically equipped with well defined knowledge, skills and ethics,   who are creative thinkers, inspiring leaders and contributing citizens.

  • By introducing high quality academic and research programmes and providing extension services in cutting edge technologies.

  • By ensuring a supportive campus climate with dynamic leadership  and  development opportunities to meet the needs of students, faculties and staff members.

  • By enhancing academic productivity through induction of quality faculty, accelerated graduation, credit banking, augmented continuing education opportunities and adoption of current technology.

  • By sharing the intellectual resources and the infrastructural facilities among the academia from other institutions and among the industrial society, funding agencies and government.

  • By enhancing the collaborative partnership between industry and institute for commercializing and transferring the latest technological know-how towards societal development.

  • By enriching the national and international character of the institute.
  • By ensuring efficient administrative co-ordination and effective decision making through necessary reforms and by strategically allocating resources.

  • By benchmarking against technologically sound global leaders with a view towards continuous improvement.









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