Administration

Organization Chart

PRINCIPAL

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Prof. Prashanth C M
Principal

Professor Prashanth C M a distinguished academician with 26 years of Teaching, Research and Administrative experience, is the Principal of MITE. Professor Prashanth C.M has received his master’s degree from VIT Vellore in the year 2002 and Ph.D. from National Institute of Technology Karnataka (NITK), Surathkal in the year 2011. He is a member of various professional bodies such as the Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE), System Society of India (SSI), International Association of Engineers (IAENG) and Computer Society of India (CSI). He has received his Ph.D in Computer Science & Engineering for the doctoral work on “Software Model Verification” and has worked at various levels in his previous stint.

Professor Prashanth has 23+ research publications, 01 Indian patent (published) and has guided/guiding Ph.D. students. He has visited many countries on different academic assignments and has been organizing chair, chaired sessions at various International and National conferences in India and abroad. He has also served VTU as a member of Board of Examiners during 2012-13 for two consecutive terms. He has professional & research interests in Embedded Systems, IOT, Social Computing, and High-Performance Computing.

DIRECTORS

Prof. Jayadeva Prasad M
Director (PG Studies)
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Mr. Narendra U P
Director (Placements, Training & Industry Relations)

VICE PRINCIPAL

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Dr. C R Rajashekar
Vice Principal & HoD – Mechanical Engg

DEANS

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Dr. Vinayambika S Bhat
Dean (Quality Assurance)
Dr. Pradeep B S
Dean (R&D)
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Mr. Sathisha
Dean (Examination)
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Dr. Terence K. Johnson
Associate Dean (Academics) 

DEPARTMENT HEADS

Dr. Anand S N
HoD – Aeronautical Engg
Dr. Ravinarayana B
HoD – Computer Sc & Engg
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Prof. Manjunath H
HoD – Information Sc & Engg
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Dr. Vinayambika S Bhat
HoD – Electronics & Commn Engg
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Dr. Shivananda V Seeri
HoD – CSE (IoT & Cyber security with Blockchain Technology)
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Mr. Sunil Kumar
HoD – Dept of AI & ML
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Dr. Mohan Kumar
HoD – Mechatronics Engg
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Dr. Ganesh Mogaveer
HoD – Civil Engg
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Dr. Vineetha Telma D’Souza
HoD – Dept of Chemistry
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Dr. Raghavendra Sagar
HoD – Dept of Physics
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Dr. Jyothi S
HoD – Dept of Mathematics

Governing Council

Structure of the Committee 

Sl. No.RoleDesignation
1ChairpersonPresident, Rajalaxmi Education Trust®
2Member & SecretaryPrincipal
3MembersEducationists
Industry Expert
Govt. of Karnataka Nominee
University Nominee
Management Nominee
Two Faculty Representatives
 

 

Functions and Responsibilities

● Approval of annual budget, expenditure and financials for the institution.

● Monitor the admission processes as well as the recruitment of faculty/staff.

● Lead, delegate and manage MoA’s /MoU’s with institutions and organizations of repute.

● Ideate, evaluate and plan for growth and expansion of the institution.

Frequency of the meetingOnce in a year and as and when it is required

 

Governing Council  for the Academic Year 2023-24

Sl. No.NameNominated Position in Governing Council
1Sri Rajesh Chowta

President, Rajalaxmi Education Trust®

Mangalore

Chairman

 

2Ms.Rajalakshmi Chowta

Trustee/ Rajalaxmi Education Trust®

Mangalore

Member
3Prof. G.R.Rai

Former Principal, NMAMIT, NITTE

Member

 

4Dr. N.R.Shetty

Former VC, Bangalore University

Member

 

5Mr. Prashanth Chowta

Industry Representative

Member
6 

Dr. C R Rajashekar

Vice Principal, MITE

 

Member
7Mr. Narendra U P

Dean Placement, MITE

Member
8Dr.Manaswini Rath

Industrialist/Senior Vice President KPIT

Member
9Nominee from Government of KarnatakaTo be nominated by Govt. of Karnataka

 

10Sri Videya B.S.

Executive Council Member, VTU

VTU Nominee
11Mr.Prakash Devadiga

Administrative Officer

Member
12Dr. Prashanth .C.M.Member Secretary/Principal

 

Internal Quality Assurance Cell

The institute has established IQAC as per National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) guidelines in 2013. Since quality enhancement is a continuous process, the IQAC becomes a part of the institution’s system and works towards the realization of the goals of quality enhancement and sustenance. The IQAC ensures the effective implementation of quality initiatives through continuous reviews and periodic meetings. The IQAC works towards attaining excellence in all the academic activities and for continuous improvement in teaching-learning process.

Objectives:

  • To develop a system for conscious, consistent and catalytic action to improve the academic performance of the institution.
  • To promote measures for institutional functioning towards quality enhancement through internalization of quality culture and institutionalization of best practices.

Functions:

  • Development and application of quality benchmarks
  • Parameters for various academic activities of the institution
  • Facilitating the creation of a learner-centric environment conducive to quality education and enable faculty to acquire the required knowledge and skills for participatory teaching and learning process
  • Collection and analysis of feedback from all stakeholders on quality-related institutional processes
  • Dissemination of information on various quality parameters to all stakeholders
  • Organization of workshops, seminars, conferences to promote quality in education
  • Documentation of the various programmes/activities leading to quality improvement
  • Development and maintenance of institutional database through MIS for the purpose of maintaining/enhancing the institutional quality
  • Periodical conduct of Academic Audit and its follow-up
  • Preparation and submission of the Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR) as per the guidelines of NAAC

Structure of the Committee 

Sl. No.RoleDesignation
1ChairpersonPrincipal
2ConvenerSenior Professor
3MembersFew Senior Administrative Officers
Three to eight Faculty members
One or Two members from Management
One/two nominees from local society
Student
Alumni
Industrialist/stakeholders
Frequency of the meetingFour Times in a Year

Internal Quality Assurance Cell for the Academic Year 2023-24

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NameRepresentationRole
1Dr Prashanth C MPrincipalChairperson
2Dr Vinayambika S BhatDean Quality Assurance and

HoD – Electronics & Communication Engineering

 

Convener

 

3Mr Rajesh ChoutaManagement Representative 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Members

4Mr Siva Prakash RaoLocal Society
5Dr C R RajashekarVice-Principal &

Professor & HoD – Mechanical Engineering

6Dr Anand S NProfessor &

HoD – Aeronautical Engineering

7Dr K G MadhwarajProfessor &

HoD – MCA

8Dr Ravinarayana BAssociate Professor &

HoD – Computer Science & Engineering

9Dr Jyothi SProfessor &

HoD – Mathematics

10Mr Narendra U PDirector

Placements, Training & Industrial Relations

11Mr Sunil KumarSenior Assistant Professor & HoD

Dept of AIML

12Dr Shreekanth G NaikAssistant Professor, Dept of Management Studies 

 

 

 

Members

13Mr Avinash N JAssistant Professor

Dept of Electronics & Communication Engineering

14Ms Mallika ShettyHead of Accounts
15Mr Mohammed Azzan PatniAlumni [2011 Graduate]
17Prabhal RajStudent

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Academic Year 2015-16 Click Here

Activity Reports 

Academic Year 2022-23

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2.Technical Staff Development Program – Click Here

Academic Year 2021-22

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AQAR Report 2018-19 Click Here

Academic Committee

The Academic Committee of MITE serves as an integral part in formulating, tracking and guiding the overall academic activities of the institution. The main responsibility of the academic committee is to encourage an intellectually stimulating environment within the campus and implementing all the academic guidelines issued by the university. The committee sets the academic calendar of the institution inline with the academic calendar of the university and oversees its implementation along with the smooth functioning of classes, examinations, and all other academic requirements.

Functions and Responsibilities

  • Propose the academic requirements (Theory, Laboratory and Examination related) of each Department.
  • Scheduling of various academic activities.
  • Review of the academic activities.

Structure of the Committee 

Sl. No.RoleDesignation
1ChairpersonPrincipal
2MembersDean (Academics) &HoDs of all Departments
Frequency of the meetingMinimum once in a semester and as and when required

 

Academic Committee for the Academic Year 2023-24

Sl. No.Name DesignationRole/Position
1.Dr. Prashanth C.M.

Principal, MITE

Chairman
2All the HODs, MITEMembers
3Dr. Pradeep B.S

Professor & Dean R&D, CS&E, MITE

Member
4Mr. Narendra U P,

Associate Professor & Director , Training & Placements , MITE

Member
5Mrs. Deepthi Shetty

Asst. Professor, Dept. of E&C, MITE

Member
6Mr. Ajith

Asst. Professor, Aeronautical Engineering, MITE

Member
7Dr. Ashok Rao,

Former Head, Network Project, IISc, Bengaluru

Member – Academic Expert
8Dr. Chandrasekaran K.C

Professor, Dept.of CS&E, NITK, Surathkal, Karnataka

Member –Academician
9Dr. Basavaraj T.G

Professor & Special Officer, DTE, Bangalore

Member-Academic Expert
10Dr. G L Eswaraprasad

Distinguished Professor, Mandya, Karnataka

Member – Academic Expert
11Mr. Sreenivasa Ramanujam, Delivery Partner, TCS EDTech, BengaluruMember – Industry Expert
12Dr. Syed Ariff,

Principal, Dr. Thimaih Institute of Technology, KGF

Member – VTU Nominee
13Dr. Nagappashettappa Biradar,

Academic Senate Member, VTU, Principal,

Bheemanna Khandre Institute of Technology, Bidar

Member-VTU Nominee
14Dr. M.K. Prasanna Kumar

Associate Professor, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Bangalore Institute of Technology, Bengaluru

Member- VTU Nominee
15Mr. Sathisha, Associate Professor, Dept. E&C, MITE, Controller of Examination (CoE)Member – Controller of Examination (CoE)
16Dr. Mamatha I.,

Associate Professor, Dept. of E&C, MITE

Member – Secretary

 

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Activities Report of 2017-18  Click Here

Activities Report of 2016-17  Click Here

Activities Report of 2015-16  Click Here 

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Examination Committee

Examination Committee is a body which is authorized to conduct the Continuous Internal Evaluation (CIE) Tests in a centralized manner and the Semester End Examinations (SEE) as per the University guidelines. The main objective of the committee is to safeguard the quality of both internal and external examinations in line with the regulations specified by the affiliating University.

Sl. No.RoleDesignation
1Chairperson and ConvenerDean (Examinations)
2MembersMinimum one faculty from each Department
Functions and Responsibilities·       To conduct the CIE tests every semester as per the University guidelines.

·       To make necessary arrangements for the smooth conduction of SEE.

Frequency of the meetingOnce in a semester

 

Examination Committee for the Academic Year 2023-24

RoleName
Chief Controller of Examinations / ChairmanDr. Prashanth C.M, Principal
Controller of Examinations / ConvenerMr. Sathisha, Associate Professor, Dept. of E&C, Controller of Examinations/Dean (Examinations)
MembersDr. Rajashekar C.R, Vice Principal, Professor & Head, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
Dr. Anand S.N, Professor & Head, Department of Aeronautical Engineering
Dr. Terence, Professor, Dept. of IS&E, Associate Dean, Academics
Dr. Mamatha I, Associate Professor, Dept. of Electronics & Communication
Mr. Rajesh N Kamath, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Information Science & Engineering
Dr. Jayashree, Associate Professor, Dept. of MBA
Dr. Guruprasad L, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Physics

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Annual Report of 2017-18 Click Here

Annual Report of 2016-17 Click Here

Annual Report of 2015-16 Click Here

Research Council

Research in an academic institution is significant for its sustainability and development, and it is imperative to have knowledge-driven growth based on innovation.MITE has envisioned to achieve academic eminence through research and innovation with a strong conviction that quality of research work directly translates to the quality of teaching and learning in the classroom, thereby benefiting the students, the society and the country.

Research council of MITE is committed to provide a conducive environment for the academic fraternity with encouraging strategies towards core and interdisciplinary research in the cutting-edge domains of science and technology. The Research council plays a significant role in strengthening the research capabilities and innovation endeavors, abreast with societal needs and changing industrial requirements, guiding towards quality research and path-breaking innovations.s.

 

Functions and Responsibilities

  • Formulate and develop research policy of the Institution to promote and coordinate all-round research activities of faculty and students of the Institution.
  • Apprise information on recent advancements in Science & Technology by organizing International /National conferences, symposiums and workshops.
  • Promote awareness on importance of pursuing research and publications of research articles in high quality, reputed International /National journals.
  • Inculcate the practice of writing research proposals by providing information about receiving research funds from various funding agencies.
  • Strengthen Collaborative Research and Innovations through linkages with the Centre of Excellence, R&D labs, Universities and reputed Industries inside India and abroad.

Structure of the Committee 

Sl. No.RoleDesignation
1ChairpersonPrincipal
2ConvenerSenior Faculty
3MembersFaculty from Various Departments
Frequency of the meetingMinimum Twice in a year

 

Research Council for the Academic Year 2023-24

Sl. NoRoleName Designation
1ChairpersonDr. Prashanth C MPrincipal
2MemberDr. Vinayambika S BhatDean, Quality Assurance & Prof. & HoD of ECE
3MemberDr. Anand S NProf. & HoD of AE
4MemberDr. Babu Rao KProfessor, Dept. of CSE
5MemberDr. Shreeja RajeshAssociate Professor,

Dept. of ISE

6MemberDr. Jayaprakash M CSr. Assistant Professor

Dept. of CE

7MemberDr. Shivaramu H TSr. Assistant Professor,

Dept. of ME

8MemberDr. Sandesh NayakAssistant Professor,

Dept. of Mechatronics

9MemberDr. Maryjo M GeorgeAssistant Professor,

Dept. of AI & ML

10MemberMr. Sandeep Seetaram NaikAssistant Professor,

Dept. of CSE(IoT & CS)

11MemberDr. Vineetha Telma D’souzaAssociate Professor & HoD,

of Chemistry

12MemberDr. Mitra KAssistant Professor,

Dept. of Mathematics

13Associate ConvenerDr. Raghavendra SagarAssociate Professor & HoD  of Physics
14Member SecretaryDr. Pradeep B SProfessor, Dept. of CSE

Dean R&D

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Students Grievance Redressal Committee

MITE is committed to provide safe, fair and harmonious learning and working environment to the students and staff. In this regard, the Students Grievance Redressal Committee has been constituted at MITE as per the UGC/ AICTE Regulations. The committee has adopted a well defined mechanism for redressal of the grievances. The Committee handles day-to-day grievances related to academics and other issues of the students and staff.   The committee handles and discharges all the grievances in a fair and impartial manner within the scope of code of conduct set by the institution.

Functions and Responsibilities

  • To support all the students to obtain the services offered by the college, for which he / she is entitled.
  • To educate and create awareness among the students about the ways and means to redress their problems.
  • To ensure an effective solution to the student’s grievances with an impartial and fair approach.

Grievance Redressal Mechanism

  • Any aggrieved student/students may communicate their grievance in person or in writing, either directly to the Students Grievance Redressal Committee (SGRC) or through Class Advisor/HoD/Student Performance Mentoring Coordinator
  • The SGRC shall ensure complete confidentiality of the grievance made
  • After receiving of the grievance, the SGRC shall call for the meeting
  • The committee shall verify the genuineness of the grievance received
  • If the grievance is genuine, then the Committee shall discuss the possible solutions and the same shall be conveyed to the aggrieved student/students within three days/ a week depending upon the severity of the grievance. The possible solution to the grievance shall also be conveyed to the personnel responsible for implementation.
  • After the successful implementation of the solution, the personnel shall report to the Committee regarding work completion

Structure of the Committee 

Sl. No.RoleDesignation
1ChairpersonPrincipal
2ConvenerSenior Faculty
3MembersThree senior members of the teaching faculty nominated by the Principal and out of three one member shall be female and other from SC/ST/OBC category
4 Special InviteeStudent Representative nominated by the Principal based on academic merit/excellence in sports/performance in co-curricular activities
Frequency of the meetingMinimum of once in a year and as and when required based on the grievances reported.

 

Students Grievance Redressal Committee for the Academic Year 2023-24

Sl. NoRoleNameDesignation
1ChairpersonDr. Prashanth C MPrincipal
2ConvenerDr. Pradeep B SProfessor,

Dept. of CS & E.

3MemberMrs. Deepthi ShettySenior Assistant Professor,

Dept. of E & CE.

4MemberDr. Madwaraj K. GProfessor & Head,

Dept. of MCA.

5MemberSridhar D. RAsst. Professor,

Dept. Mech. Engineering

6Special InviteeMs. Ananya4th  Year student – CSE1,

Dept. of CS & E.

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Anti–Ragging Committee

MITE is committed to impart quality education in a safe, conducive and completely ragging-free environment to the students embarking on the journey of professional education. Since inception, ragging is totally prohibited inside and outside the campus ensuring a congenial and welcoming environment to the fresher. In compliance with the letters from UGC /AICTE from time to time, Anti-Ragging Committee constituted at MITE, is the supervisory and advisory committee that helps in preserving the Ragging Free Culture of the campus.

Functions and Responsibilities

  • To uphold and comply with the directions of the Hon’ble Supreme Court and be vigilant on acts amounting to ragging.
  • To monitor and oversee the performance of anti-ragging squad in the prevention of ragging in the college premises and in the hostels.
  • To Publicize the prevalent directives and the actions that can be taken against those students indulging in ragging and soliciting of affidavits from parents/guardians and from students during each academic year.
  • To consider the specific instances of ragging and complaints of ragging; conduct enquiry and suggest appropriate action/punishment for the offenders and documenting the status of compliance of Anti-Ragging measures.
  • To create awareness related to ragging menace among the students by means of audio-visual aids, counseling sessions and workshops.

Structure of the Committee

Sl. No.RoleDesignation
1ChairpersonPrincipal
2ConvenerSenior Faculty
3MembersFaculty from Various Departments
Student from Various Departments
Frequency of the meetingMinimum of once in year in the beginning of academic year and as and when it is required.

Anti-Ragging Committee for the Academic Year 2023-24

 

RoleName & Designation
ChairpersonDr. Prashanth C M,  Principal
 

 

Member

Dr. C R Rajashekar,  VicePrincipal & Head, Dept. of ME
Inspector of Police,  Moodabidri Police Station
Dr. Shreekumar T,  Associate Professor, Dept. of CS&E and Chief Warden, Boys Hostel
Mrs. Ramya,  Asst Professor, Dept of Master of Computer Applications
Mr. Sathvik S Nayak,  Asst. Professor, Dept of Mathematics
Mr. Mahesh Narasimha Bhat,  Fourth year student, Dept. of ISE
Ms. Kirana. I. P ,  Fourth year student, Dept of AE
Mr. Sripada Adiga,  Fourth year student, Dept. of AI
Ms. M T Spoorthi P Hegde,  Third year student, Dept. of MTR
Mr. Rohan Shankar,  Third year student, Dept. of ME
Ms. Maithreyi,  Third year student, Dept. of EC
Mr. Sharath M D,  Third year student, Dept. of CSIOT
Ms. Bhargavi S S,  Second Year Student, Dept. of EC
Mr. Nithin,  Second Year Student, Dept. of CS
Ms. Yashita Vasu,  Second Year Student, Dept. of CS-AIML
Ms. Sandhya Sree M,  Second Year Student, Dept. of MBA
Mr. Adithya,  Second Year Student, Dept. of MBA
Ms. Harshitha B M,  Second Year Student, Dept. of MCA
Mr. Nihal Ahmed Mohtesham,  Second Year Student, Dept. of MCA
Ms. Madhavi,  First year Student, Chemistry Cycle
Mr. Pruthwik,  First year Student, Physics Cycle
Mrs. Nazyia,  Parent Representative
Nodal officerMr. Sathisha, Dean Examination, Assoc. Prof., Dept. of E&CE
  ConvenerDr. Jyothi S, Prof. & HoD, Mathematics, Chief Warden, Girls Hostel

Anti-Ragging Squad

Functions and Responsibilities

  • Vigil and patrol the campus, hostel, college buses to prevent any untoward incidents.
  • Identification and reporting it to Anti-ragging committee (In case of any incidence).

Structure of the Committee 

Sl.No.NameDesignation
1Chairperson & ConvenerHead, Dept. of ISE
2MembersSenior Faculty

 

Anti-Ragging Squad for the Academic year 2023-24

RoleName & Designation
ChairpersonProf. Manjunath Hebbagilu,  Professor & Head, Dept. of ISE Chairman
 

 

Member

Dr. C R Rajashekar, VicePrincipal & Head, Dept of ME
Dr. Shreekumar T, Associate professor, Dept. of CSE & Chief Warden, Boys Hostel
Dr. Raghavendra Sagar , Associate professor, Head, Dept. of Physics
Dr. Vineetha T DSouza, Associate professor, Head, Dept. of Chemistry
Mr. Akshathraj Jain,  Senior Assistant Professor, Dept. of MBA
Dr. Jyothi  S, Professor & HoD, Mathematics, Chief Warden, Girls Hostel
Ms. Ramya, Resident Warden, Girls Hostel
Mr. Gajanana Shettigar,  Resident Warden, Boys Hostel

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Annual Report of 2015-16 Click Here

Career Guidance Cell (Industry Interaction Cell)

Excellence is achieved through training & habituation. At MITE, our responsibility is not only confined to exemplary education and shaping competent graduates, we are also committed to extending support to our Students in choosing an apt Career path – Recruitment at Global best Companies, becoming an entrepreneur, or pursuing higher studies. We take pride in seeing our students walk out of the campus with the best choices that ensure and aids in propelling their professional careers and spread their wings with confidence.

The Career Guidance Cell of MITE spearheads and conducts Skill Development programs through the Centers of Excellence established in the Institution, and also invites Industry stalwarts to deliver lectures about advancements in the latest technologies. This enables our students to be Innovators, and also excel in recruitment and be placed in Organizations of repute.

The proven final placements in the successive years and Career advancements of our Students are a result of very systematic interaction with the industry and continuous career counseling of the students. Right from the beginning of the program, students are continuously counseled with regard to their career aspirations and options, which in turn are vigorously followed up with multiple activities like Hackathon, Ideathon, Workshops towards realizing their dreams.

Functions and Responsibilities
● Conduct SWOC Analysis of Students; Identify the Training Needs and conduct Skill development programs according to the Technological advancements and the corporate requirements.
● Conduct Programs to identify and nurture potential innovators.
● Guide and Counsel students towards achieving success in their career aspirations.

Structure of the Committee 

Sl. No.RoleDesignation
1ChairpersonPrincipal
2ConvenerDean (Training & Placement)
3MembersFaculty from Various Departments &
Invited Industry Representatives
Frequency of the meetingTwice in a year

 

Career Guidance Committee for the Academic Year 2023-24

(Members of Industry Interaction Cell)

RoleName & Designation
ChairpersonDr. Prashanth C M, Principal
ConvenerMr. Narendra U P, Director-Placements, Training and Industrial Relations
MembersMs. Suma K, Asst Prof, Dept of Computer Science & Engg
Mr. Dony D’Souza, Sr Asst Prof., Dept. of Electronics & Commn., Engg
Dr. Shivaramu H T, Sr Asst Prof., Dept. of Mechanical Engg.,
Mr. Sandesh Nayak, Asst Prof, Dept of Mechatronics Engg
Mr. G Ezhilmaran, Assistant Professor, Dept of Aeronautical Engg
Mrs. Vasudha G Rao, Assistant Professor, Dept of AI&ML
Mr. Varun K, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Master of Business Administration
Mr. Pradeep Kote, Sr Manager -Talent Acquisition, Wiley Edge
Mr. Raghavendra Ganiga, Director, Mobiezy.
Mr. Sridhar R Murthy, Director, DLithe Consultancy Services Pvt Ltd.

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SC/ST/OBC Cell

The Constitution of the country, promulgated in 1950, recognizes the scheduled castes and the scheduled tribes as the two most backward groups in Indian society needing special protection. India, a country of diversity, a mix of different religions, castes and cultures, is characterized by a highly-entrenched system of social stratification. They include all the castes, races or tribes, which have been socially, economically and educationally backward. Therefore, we, as an institute , have constituted an SC/ST/OBC Committee which would help in eliminating the social disparities in compliance with the Government of India and UGC guidelines.

Functions and Responsibilities

  • Assisting the students in availing the Scholarships.
  • Redressing the grievances of the Students.
  • To monitor any caste-based discrimination faced by the students

Structure of the Committee 

2ConvenerFaculty from any Department

Sl. No.RoleDesignation
1ChairpersonPrincipal
3MembersFaculty from Engineering Department
Faculty from Dept. of Basic Science
Faculty from Dept. of Humanities/Law
Frequency of the meetingOnce in a year and as and when required.

 

SC/ST/OBC Cell Members for the Academic Year 2023-24

ChairpersonDr. Prashanth C MPrincipal
ConvenerMr. Surjit RamSenior Assistant Professor, Dept of Humanities
 

Members

Mr. Sridhar D RSenior Assistant Professor, Dept. of Mechanical Engg
Dr. Mohan Kumar NaikHoD, Dept of Mechatronics Engineering
Mrs. AnushaSenior Assistant Professor, Dept of Mathematics

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Academic Year 2017-18 Click Here

Internal Complaints Committee

(Formerly Anti-sexual Harassment committee)

The Anti-sexual Harassment committee /CICC/ Women’s Cell is established to help maintain a congenial atmosphere at the Institute, to enable women to pursue their work with dignity and reassurance. The committee/Cell has been working to raise awareness on gender equality issues.

This Committee /Cell functions as required by the “Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act 2013”.

Institute is committed to maintaining a professional learning and working environment for its students, employees, and guests. One of the committee/cells’ mandate is to prevent gender discrimination and inappropriate sexual conduct. This is best achieved through promoting gender sensitivity and justice amongst all.

Functions and responsibilities

  • To facilitate a safe environment that is free of sexual harassment and gender bias
  • To deal with cases of sexual harassment in a time-bound manner, aiming at ensuring support services to the victimized, prevention, and termination of harassment
  • Spread awareness about Gender equity among all the stakeholders through appropriate programs
  • Work towards maintaining the dignity and comfort of all-female stakeholders on the campus

Structure of the Committee 

Sl. No.RoleDesignation
1ChairpersonAssociate Professor or above
2ConvenerSenior Faculty
3MembersDean Academics
Senior Faculty
Student representatives
Non teaching staff
NGO
Frequency of the meetingOnce in a year, and as and when required

 

Internal Complaints Committee (Formerly Anti-sexual Harassment committee) for the Academic Year 2023-24

RoleName & Designation
Chairperson  & ConvenerDr. Mamatha I, Associate Professor, Department of E &C Engineering

Members

Dr. Anand S N, Professor and Head, Dept. of Aeronautical  Engineering
Mrs. Pramila B J, Assistant Professor, Dept. of  Humanities
Mrs. Sonia Peal K P, Assistant Professor,

Dept. of Computer Science & Engg (IoT & Cyber Security with Blockchain Technology)

Mrs. Verina D’Souza, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Master of Business Administration
Mrs. Ramya,  Assistant Professor, Dept. of  Master of Computer Applications
Mrs. Mallika Shetty, Accounts Head
Mrs. Shubha, Foreman, Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering

Student Members

Ms. K P Shwetha, Dept. of Electronics & Communication Engineering
Ms. Vaishnavi S Gowda, Dept. of Civil Engineering
Ms. Shreya Bhat, Dept. of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
Ms. Sandhya Sree M,  Dept. of MBA
Ms. Dwithi Shetty, Dept. of Computer Science & Engg.

NGO Member

Mrs. Rochana Surjit, Customer Service Relationship Executive

 

ANNUAL GENDER SENSITISATION PLAN

Under the policy of gender equity promotion, the annual gender sensitization plan formulated by the Internal Complaints Committee (ICC) of MITE is as follows:

  • Spread awareness about gender equity among all the stakeholders of MITE through appropriate programs.
  • Adopt measures to prevent sexual harassment of women at workplace, aligned with the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013.
  • Celebrate Women’s Day and Women’s achievements.
  • Promote employment/entrepreneurship among women.
  • Implement supportive measures towards overall comfort and well-being of women at MITE.

Appropriate programs and activities will be conducted by the ICC every year under the formulated plan of action.

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Annual Report of 2022-23 Click Here

Annual Report of 2021-22 Click Here

Annual Report of 2020-21 Click Here

Annual Report of 2019-20 Click Here

Annual Report of 2018-19 Click Here

Annual Report of 2017-18 Click Here

Annual Report of 2016-17 Click Here

Annual Report of 2015-16 Click Here

Purchase Committee

MITE has established the appropriate mechanism of “procurement and the financial powers” keeping in view of decentralization and participative management. The purchase committee is responsible for the procurement process right from the identification of potential suppliers to the comparison and evaluation of the responses for a recommendation.

Functions and Responsibilities

  • To receive the recommendation/indents of the individual departments.
  • To approve and rise the quotations.
  • To analyze the quotations and comparative statements provided by the department.
  • Identify the appropriate vendors and call for negotiation.
  • To approve the quotation/s with the best competitive price and at the same time without compromising the quality.
  • To identify the vendor for the issue of PO(Purchase Order) of quoted equipment/items.

 

Structure of the Committee 

 

Sl.No.RoleDesignation
1ChairpersonChairman, Rajalaxmi Education Trust®
2ConvenerPrincipal
3MembersVice Principal
Heads of respective Department
Frequency of the meetingWhenever purchases worth more than 1 lakh, it can be processed through Purchase Committee. This is applicable exclusively for new purchase

 

Purchase Committee for the Academic Year 2023-24

RoleDesignation
ChairpersonMr. Rajesh Chouta,

Chairman, Rajalaxmi Education Trust®

ConvenerDr. Prashanth C M,

Principal, MITE

MembersDr. C R Rajashekhar,

Vice Principal, MITE

Heads from respective Department

Report of Purchase 2022-23 Click Here

Report of Purchase 2021-22 Click Here

Report of Purchase 2020-21 Click Here

Report of Purchase 2019-20 Click Here

Report of Purchase 2018-19 Click Here

Report of Purchase 2017-18 Click Here

Report of Purchase 2016-17 Click Here

Report of Purchase 2015-16 Click Here

Disciplinary Committee

MITE imparts quality education that fosters the scholarly, civic and holistic development of students, maintaining an appropriate sense of order in the process of learning through the code of conduct that allows the pursuit of educational objectives in an environment that is safe and free of invidious disruption. The Disciplinary Committee is constituted to ensure the prevalence of a healthy and motivating environment by upholding discipline among the students and to bring professionalism by inculcating the institute’s core values and best practices in them.

Functions and Responsibilities

  • To frame rules and regulations with an optimistic approach to impart discipline among the students on campus.
  • To create awareness about ragging menace and ensure a student-friendly environment for superior learning.
  • To enforce the university guidelines on the prohibition of mobile usage by the students in the college premises.
  • To uptake measures for inappropriate and disruptive behavior of students both in college premises and in the hostels.
  • To achieve the goal of creating a safe and motivating environment through positive attitudes and best practices.

Structure of the Committee 

Sl. No.RoleDesignation
1ChairpersonPrincipal
2MembersVice Principal
Faculty from different Departments
3ConvenerSenior Faculty
Frequency of the meetingMinimum once in semester and as and when required

 

Disciplinary Committee for the Academic Year 2023-24

RoleName & Designation
ChairpersonDr. C M Prashanth, Principal
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Members

Dr. Ganesha Mogaveera, Professor and Head,

Dept. of Civil Engineering

Dr. Babu Rao K, Professor,

Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering

Dr. Vineetha Telma D’souza, Associate Professor & HOD, Dept. of Chemistry
Dr. Sandesh Nayak, Assistant Professor,

Dept. of Mechatronics Engineering

Mr. Rajesh N Kamath, Senior Assistant Professor,

Dept. of Information Science & Engineering

Dr. Ramalingam, Senior Assistant Professor,

Dept. of Electronics & Communication Engineering

Dr. Madhanraj V, Senior Assistant Professor,

Dept. of Aeronautical Engineering

Dr. Jayashri Shetty, Associate Professor,

Dept. of Master of Business Administration

Dr. Nagarjun Prabhu, Senior Assistant Professor,

Dept. of Mathematics

Dr. Pavithra G P, Senior Assistant Professor,

Dept. of Chemistry

ConvenerDr. Shreeja Rajesh, Associate Professor

Dept. of Information Science & Engineering

Annual Report of 2022-23 Click Here

Annual Report of 2021-22 Click Here

Annual Report of 2020-21 Click Here

Annual Report of 2019-20 Click Here

Annual Report of 2018-19 Click Here

Annual Report of 2017-18 Click Here

Annual Report of 2016-17 Click Here

Annual Report of 2015-16 Click Here

Student Welfare Committee

Student Welfare Committee (SWC) strives to reach every student in raising their individual educational and personal aspirations and to excel in promoting active citizenship and social, economic, and moral responsibility. The committee endeavours to support the convenience of the students and intend to facilitate a friendly atmosphere for students’ overall advancement.

SWC was developed at MITE to facilitate a positive, self-directed student experience by providing support, guidance, and development opportunities, empowering students to become proactive lifelong learners to achieve their full potential in society.

S.NORoleDesignation
1ChairmanPrincipal
2Student Welfare OfficerFaculty from any Engineering Department.
3ConvenerFaculty from any Engineering Department.
4MembersFaculty from any Department.

 

Functions and responsibilities·       To guide and encourage the students to avail the facilities of the institution.

·       To monitor the students attendance

·       To monitor the facilities such as drinking water, clean toilets, recreation, playgrounds, canteen etc.

·       To guide the students to attend Remedial classes for slow learners wherever required.

·       To advice the students to follow the harmony and discipline in the campus.

·       To encourage the students to participate in intercollegiate competitions and cultural programs and appreciate their achievements.

·       To Guide the students regarding freeships, fee concessions and other facilities available to them

 

Frequency of the meetingMinimum one meeting in every Academic Year

 

 

Student Welfare Committee for the Academic Year 2023-24

ChairmanDr. Prashanth C M, Principal
Student Welfare OfficerDr. Madhwaraj K.G, Professor & Head, Dept. of MCA
MembersDr. Jyothi S, Chief Warden, Girls Hostels
Dr. Shree Kumar, Chief Warden, Boys Hostels
Mr. Aveen, Dept. Mechanical Engineering
Dr. Chaitanya Nayak, Assistant Professor, Dept. Mathematics
Ms. Swapna S.A, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Civil Engineering
Mr. Pradeep Kumar, Dept.  Master of Business Administration
Ms. Swapna Sreenivasan, Dept. Electronics and Communication
Mr. Sharath Kumar, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Information Science & Engineering
Mr. Sujesh Kumar, Dept of Aeronautical Engineering
Ms. Rajeswari, Dept. Mechatronics Engineering

Activities Report of 2022-23 Click Here

Activities Report of 2021-22 Click Here

Activities Report of 2020-21 Click Here

Activities Report of 2019-20 Click Here

Activities Report of 2018-19 Click Here

Activities Report of 2017-18 Click Here

Activities Report of 2016-17 Click Here

Activities Report of 2015-16 Click Here

Entrepreneurship Development Cell

Vision

Producing successful entrepreneurs assimilate with Leadership qualities, Technical skills and above all passionate approach by using innovative and ethical business practices to make an effective global impact.

Mission

To instil the spirit of entrepreneurship among the Engineering and Management students

EDC Objectives

The objective of promoting entrepreneurship among the youth is to nurture a passion for self-employment. This will open gates for creation of new knowledge-based innovative hi-tech ventures, industries and new breed of technopreneurs and more avenues of employment opportunities, thus turning job seekers into job creators. This leads the nation towards industrial excellence and self-reliance. The Entrepreneurship Development Cell of this college aims towards achieving the same.

EDC bridges the gap and provides assistance in transforming ‘the ideas into innovative product’

EDC enhances the entrepreneurship skills among students to be self-reliant in the dynamic business world.

EDC also help them to channelize their requirements in terms of financial, technical and legal aspects.

EDC Functional Activities

Conduction Entrepreneurship Awareness Program – The new generation entrepreneurs, corporate executives, guest speakers on various domains covering technology & management are invited to guide and motivate students. Industrial Visits are part of EAP, which is a great source to gain practical knowledge.

EDC-Helping Hand to Student Incubation Centres

College hosts a well-furnished, state of art Incubation Centre to provide office space & equipment, technology support and seed capital to nurture the upcoming entrepreneurial talents. It offers a more robust and approachable facility to the individuals who have high entrepreneur ambitions.

Responsibilities

  • To create awareness among the students about various facets of entrepreneurship as a career option.
  • To highlight the merits of pursuing Entrepreneurship as an option.
  • To highlight creativity and motivation of entrepreneurship in individuals.
  • To provide entrepreneurship training and guidance to students to start a new venture, who are possessing passions with the business innovative thoughts.

Structure of the Committee 

Sl. No.RoleDesignation
1ChairpersonPrincipal
2ConvenerSenior Faculty
3MembersFaculty members from various Departments
Frequency of the meetingMinimum twice in a year

 

Entrepreneurship Development Cell for the Academic Year 2023-24

Sl noRoleFaculty Name
1ChairpersonDr. Prashanth C M
2ConvenorMr. Narendra U P

Associate Professor, Dept. of IS & E

3MembersDr. Ramalingam, Senior Assistant Professor, Dept. of E&C
4Mrs Megha Mayuri

Assistant Professor, Civil Engineering

5Mr. Dinesh Bhagawath

Assistant Professor, Dept. of CS&E

7Dr. Mary M. George, Assistant Professor, Dept. of AI&ML
8 Mr. Sandeep S Naik

Assistant Professor, Computer Science (IoT)

9Ms Suchetha, Assistant Professor, Dept. of MBA
10Mr Santosh S

Assistant Professor, Mechatronics Engineering

1.List of Alumni Entrepreneurs – Click Here

2.Activity Reports

Academic Year 2022-23 Click Here

Academic Year 2021-22 Click Here

Academic Year 2020-21 Click Here

Academic Year 2019-20 Click Here

Academic Year 2018-19 Click Here

Academic Year 2017-18 Click Here

Library

Library, being the primary source of information collected from reliable sources and having provision for accessibility to a specific and defined community for referring and borrowing of resources.

MITE-Library provides access to its users with resources including books, periodicals, newspapers, manuscripts, prints, documents, CD/DVDs, e-books, e Journals, databases, and other information tools.

MITE Library Memberships

VTU Consortium

VTU Consortium acts as a single-window service for Technical resource sharing among the Institutions with their diverse research and academic interests; MITE-Library has been a member of VTU Consortium since the academic year 2013-2014. By subscribing to VTU Consortium, Access is provided for resources such as e Books, e-Journals, Databases which contains Elsevier Science Direct, Springer Nature, Taylor & Francis, Emerald, New Age International, McGraw Hill Education, Packt, Turnitin Plagiarism Detector Tool, Sententia Writing Grammar Tool & Knimbus Digital Library Platform being a search engine for all VTU e Resources & provides Remote access to users and also available as a Mobile Application.

National Digital Library & NDLI CLUB

MITE has been a member of the National Digital Library (NDL) since the academic year 2016-2017. The National Digital Library of India (NDLI) is a virtual repository of learning resources with search/browse facilities and provides a host of services for the learning enthusiastic community including Researchers, Scholars and students for general learning.

NDLI Club: An initiative to engage learners and promote effective utilization of NDLI’s vast resources through competitions, training sessions and workshops.

MITE NDLI Club registration number INKANC4NTWKGQ5U.

Shodhganga Membership

Shodhganga center provides an open access digital repository of Indian Electronic Thesis for research students to deposit their Ph.d Thesis and is made available to the entire community of research scholars of all the institutions and universities across INDIA. It is hosted and maintained by INFLIBNET. An MOU was signed with VTU on 25th June 2018.

Library Advisory Committee

Libraries play an important role in a Knowledge Institution. As gateways to knowledge and culture, the resources and services a library offers create immense opportunities for learning and help shape the new ideas and perspectives that are essential to a creative and innovative society. The  Library has to cater to the needs of students, research scholars and faculty members. A wide range of subject fields are represented in book stock with prime thrust for meeting the needs of all Stakeholders. The Library Advisory Committee is constituted to superintend the Process of the Library and act as a  channel of communication and dialogue between the  Library and its users. 

Functions and Responsibilities

  • To formulate and approve policy matters related to the Central Library, including the procurement of books, journals and other e-Resources.
  • To maintain liaison between the Central Library and the various Academic Departments for the purchase of books and resources.
  • To conduct Workshops, Seminars and Awareness Programs for all Stakeholders about the availability and access methods of e-Resources.

Structure of the Committee

 

Sl. No.RoleDesignation
1ChairpersonPrincipal
2ConvenerLibrarian
3MembersSenior Faculty from various departments
Frequency of the meetingTwice in a year

Library Committee for the Academic Year 2023-24

RoleName & Designation
ChairpersonDr. Prashanth C M, Principal
ConvenerMr. Santhosh Kumar T.V, Librarian
MembersMs. Swapna Srinivasan, Senior Assistant Professor, Dept. of E & C
Mr. Annappa Swamy, Associate Professor, Dept. of CS&E
Mrs. Amrutha Bhat, Dept of Computer Science & Engg
Dr. Raghavendra Sagar, Associate Professor & Head, Dept. of Physics.
Dr. Sujesh Kumar, Dept of Aeronautical Engg
Dr. Kiran Kumar M.V., Dept of Mechatronics
Mrs. Radha E G., Dept of AIML
Mrs. Sonia Peal K P., Dept of CSE(IoT)
Mr. Amruth Ashok, Assistant Professor, Dept. of AI & ML
Mrs. Shwetha V Bhat, Dept of MCA
Dr. Amith Donald Menezes

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Annual Report – Academic Year 2022-23 Click Here

Annual Report – Academic Year 2021-22 Click Here

Annual Report – Academic Year 2020-21 Click Here

Annual Report – Academic Year 2019-20 Click Here

Annual Report – Academic Year 2018-19 Click Here

Annual Report – Academic Year 2017-18 Click Here

Annual Report – Academic Year 2016-17 Click Here

Annual Report – Academic Year 2015-16 Click Here

Central Mentoring – Cum – Counseling Committee

MITE firmly believes that just as pedagogy, mentoring is also a part of the curriculum to make a positive difference in the lives of the students taking admission from diverse economic, cultural backgrounds and learning styles. Central Mentoring cum Counselling committee constituted at MITE has a primary objective of establishing a trusting relationship with accountability and responsibility from the faculty mentors with students enabling constructive interaction, guidance and mentorship on their overall personality development. The committee provides comprehensive support to the students boarding the journey of professional education with great career aspirations.

Functions and Responsibilities

  • To provide a reliable and comprehensive support system through consistent constructive feedback motivating students to excel in both academic and non-academic areas.
  • To improve student’s learning and leadership skills, moulding their character with self-confidence, motivating them towards their future career development.
  • To conduct periodic meetings to address issues related to student academics, de-stress the students by listening to their problems and suggest solutions.
  • To counsel and mentor the specific case of students for academic improvement, career advancement, and overall development
  • To conduct capacity building programmes on mental health of students
  • To review the counseling process conducted by the faculty and provides necessary guidance towards improvement in the process.
  • To support the student in molding their character with self-confidence

Structure of the Committee 

 

Sl. No.RoleDesignation
1ChairmanPrincipal
2ConvenerHOD, Civil Engg.,
3MembersStudent Welfare Officer/ Faculty Advisor
Director of Physical Education
Librarian
NSS Officer
Convener of the College Internal Complaint Committee (CICC)
Professional Counselor
Frequency of the meetingTwice in a semester and in addition as and when required

 

Central Mentoring – Cum – Counselling Committee for the Academic Year 2023-24

 

Sl No.Name/DesignationRepresentation
1Dr. Prashanth C M, PrincipalChairperson
2Dr. Madwaraj K.G., Professor & Head, Dept. of MCAMember
3Mr. Shamith Rao, Physical Education DirectorMember
4Mr. Santhosh Kumar, LibrarianMember
5Mr Akshathraj, Department of  MBA (NSS Officer )Member
5Dr. Mamatha I, Associate Professor, Dept. of E&C

(Convener -ICC)

Member
6Dr. Suphala S Kotian, Professor, AJ Hospital and

Research Centre, Mangaluru (Professional Counselor)

Member
7Dr. Jyothi, Professor & Head, Dept. of MathsConvener

Annual Report of 2022-23 Click Here

Annual Report of 2021-22 Click Here

Annual Report of 2020-21 Click Here

Annual Report of 2019-20 Click Here

MITE-KSCST IPR Cell

Intellectual property (IP) refers to various distinct types of creations of the mind: inventions, literary , artistic works, symbols, names, images, and designs; for which a set of exclusive rights like copyrights, trademarks, patents, industrial design rights and trade secrets are recognized under the corresponding fields of law.

An Intellectual Property Right(IPR) Cell has been formed at Mangalore Institute of Technology and Engineering to provide Knowledge by coordinating and conducting activities  related to the Intellectual Property Rights in the Institution and also to create awareness among the stakeholders.

Functions and Responsibilities

  • To create an awareness about IPR and guide the stakeholders.
  • To impart training on future endeavours regarding patent filing processes.
  • To do novelty check on the IPs of the stakeholders.
  • To encourage faculty members, Research scholars and students to involve patentable works.

Structure of the Committee 

Sl. No.RoleDesignation
1ChairpersonPrincipal
2ConvenerSenior Faculty
3MembersFaculty from various Departments
Frequency of the meetingOnce in a year

 

MITE KSCST IPR-Cell Members for the Academic year 2023-24

 

Sl. NoRoleNameDesignation
1ChairpersonDr. Prashanth C MPrincipal
2ConvenerDr. H M RamalingamSenior Assistant Professor, Dept. of Electronics & Communication Engg
3MembersDr. Anand S N HoD, Dept. of
Aeronautical Engg
Dr. Sreeja RajeshAssociate Professor, Dept. of Information Science & Engg
Mr. Ranjith H DSr. Assistant Professor, Dept. of Electronics & Communication Engg
Dr. Rejeesh RayarothAssistant Professor, Dept. of Computer Science & Engg
Dr. Vignesh Nayak UllalSr Assistant Professor, Dept. of Mechanical Engg
Dr. Maryjo M GeorgeAssistant Professor, Dept. of AI&ML
Mr. Surjit RamSenior Assistant Professor, Dept. of Humanities

 

IP Statistics

No of Patent Applications

Filed

No of Patent Applications

Published

No of Patent / Design

Granted

34

(Complete Specification)

30

(Indian Patent Journal)

05

 

1.Details of the Patent Filed – Click Here

2.Details of the Patent Publication – Click Here

3.Details of the Patent Granted – Click Here 

4.Recent Activities of IPR Cell

Academic Year 2022-23 Click Here

Academic Year 2021-22 Click Here

Academic Year 2020-21 Click Here

Academic Year 2019-20 Click Here

Academic Year 2018-19 Click Here

Academic Year 2017-18 Click Here

Academic Year 2016-17 Click Here

5.MITE-Innovation-2022  Annual Student Project Competition souvenir Click Here

6.MITE-Innovation-2023  Annual Student Project Competition souvenir Click Here

Cultural Committee

The cultural committee at MITE has an objective to provide a platform for students to exhibit and develop their talents. The Committee through the cultural club Euphoria works at identifying the inherent talents and nurture them through professional training and provide opportunities to exhibit them. Euphoria is a conglomeration of Dance, Music, Theatre, Photography, Speakers league and literary forums. The cultural committee plans, executes and organizes events to promote holistic development while taking cognizance to the fact that this imbibes in students the essential life skills and enrich their campus experience.

Functions and Responsibilities

  • To identify talents amongst students and foster them according to their interests through professional training.
  • To overview the functioning of the six forums of the Cultural Club- Euphoria.
  • To plan and organize various cultural events on campus.
  • To select and train students for inter collegiate events and also provide the required financial aid through the cultural club- Euphoria.

Structure of the Committee 

Sl. No.RoleDesignation
1ChairpersonPrincipal
2ConvenerChief Cultural Coordinator
3MembersStudent Representatives
4Faculty CoordinatorFaculty
Frequency of the meetingTwice in a year

 

Cultural Committee for the Academic Year 2023-24

 

RoleName & Designation
ChairpersonDr. Prashanth C M, Principal
Student CoordinatorsMr. Karthikraj Shetty, Dept. of AI & ML Engineering
Ms. Dhanya Mahale, Dept. of Aeronautical Engineering
Faculty CoordinatorsMr. Ashwin Kumar, Senior Assistant Professor, Dept. of. Computer Science & Engg
Mr. Aveen K.P, Senior Assistant Professor, Dept. of Mechanical Engg
Mrs. Deepthi Shetty, Asst. Professor, Dept. of E&C
Mrs. Vasudha Rao, Asst. Professor, Dept. of AI&ML
Mrs. Swetha Bhat, Asst. Professor, Dept. of MCA
Mr. Suraj Shet, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Civil
ConvenerMrs. Rashmi Praveen, Senior Assistant Professor,

Department of Mathematics

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Annual Report of 2020-21 Click Here

Annual Report of 2019-20 Click Here

Annual Report of 2018-19 Click Here

Annual Report of 2017-18 Click Here

Annual Report of 2016-17 Click Here

Annual Report of 2015-16 Click Here

Red Cross Unit

Ultimate happiness is that of serving the Mankind. MITE believes that education is not complete without imbibing a sense of value and duty towards fellow human beings. It is very important for the young minds to dedicate themselves to serving the society in whatever way they can. MITE has, therefore, established a Youth Red Cross (YRC) unit in the campus to provide such a platform to students. YRC, working under the Red Cross Society of the Government of Karnataka, is the forum where student volunteers come together with an objective to engage themselves in selfless service to the society during the hours of crisis.

Functions and responsibilities

* To participate in relief operations during Natural calamities.

* To organize Blood donation camps to save lives.

* To organize Community services like free medical camps.

* To organize health and fitness related programs.

* To spread awareness by observing health commemorative days.

Structure of the Committee 

Sl. No.RoleDesignation
1ChairpersonPrincipal
2ConvenerSenior Faculty
3MemberFaculty members from various Departments
Frequency of the meetingOnce in a year

Red Cross Steering Committee for the Academic Year 2023-24

RoleName & Designation
ChairpersonDr. Prashanth C M, Principal
Program Officer and ConvenorMr. Jayadeva Prasad M, Professor and Head, Dept. of Master of Business Administration
MembersMs Swapna S A, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Dr. Jayaprakash M.C, Assistant Professor, Dept. Civil Engineering
Dr. Vignesh Nayak Ullal, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
Mr. Ranjith H D, Assistant Professor, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering
Mr. Suraj Shet, Asst. Professor, Dept. Civil Engineering
Dr. Kiran Kumar M V, Assistant Professor, Department of Mechatronics Engineering
Mr. Pradeep Kumar, Senior Assistant Professor, Department of Business Administration
Dr. Madhan Raj, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Aeronautical Engg.,
Dr. Harshitha N, Medical Officer
Dr. Antony Praveen, Physics Cycle, Department of Basic Sciences.

Activities Report of 2022-23 Click Here

Activities Report of 2021-22 Click Here

Activities Report of 2020-21 Click Here

Activities Report of 2019-20 Click Here

Activities Report of 2018-19 Click Here

Activities Report of 2017-18 Click Here

Activities Report of 2016-17 Click Here

Activities Report of 2015-16 Click Here

National Service Scheme

The National Service Scheme(NSS) is a public service program, launched on 24th September 1969, Mahatma Gandhi birth Centenary year, aimed at developing student’s personality through community service. The Father of Nation, Mahatma Gandhi had suggested that students instead of undertaking academic research about economic and social disability, the students should do “something positive so that the life of the villagers might be raised to a higher material and moral level”.

“Team NSS-MITE believes that Life is an exciting journey, and more exciting, when lived for others”.

The motto of National Service Scheme is “NOT ME BUT YOU” “, reflects the essence of democratic living and upholds the need for self-less service.

NSS team at MITE aims at developing youth personality through community service. The combined effort of both the students and faculty of the NSS-MITE committeehelp in the betterment of the society through soulful activities such as Blood donation, Charity to the needy, ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’, Plantation drives, Sadbhavana day, Environment day, yoga classes, Flood relief supportsand many such activities

OBJECTIVES:

The overall objective of NSS-MITE chapter is to create social awareness, commitment for the betterment through community service, which includes

  • Understand the society in which they live
  • Available for the needs and problems of the people in the society
  • Develop a sense of social and civic responsibility among students & staff of MITE.
  • Get habituated to team building and sharing of responsibilities
  • Develop leadership qualities and democratic attitude
  • Work during emergencies and natural disaster situation

    Structure of the Committee 

    Sl.No.RoleDesignation
    1ChairpersonPrincipal
    2NSS Officer & ConvenerSenior Faculty of Associate Professor level or above
    3MembersFaculty from different Departments
    Frequency of the meetingMinimum once a year and as when required

     

    National Service Scheme Unit for the Academic Year 2023-24

    RoleName& Designation
    ChairpersonDr. Prashanth C M, Principal
    NSS Officer & ConvenerMr. Akshathraj Jain, Assistant Professor, Department of MBA
    MembersMr. Suraj M Shet, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
    Dr. Mohan Kumar, Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering
    Mr. Venkatramana, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Maths
    Ms. Bakthi Shetty, Assistant Professor, Dept. of E&C
    Mr. Ajith Kumar, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Aeronautical Engineering
    Mr. Shivaprasad T.K, Assistant Professor, Dept. of CS&E
    Mrs. Deepthi Shetty, Sr.Asst. Professor, Dept. of Electronics & Communication

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    Activities Report of 2021-22 Click Here

    Activities Report of 2020-21 Click Here

    Activities Report of 2019-20 Click Here

    Activities Report of 2018-19 Click Here

    Activities Report of 2017-18 Click Here

    Activities Report of 2016-17 Click Here

    Activities Report of 2015-16 Click Here

    Sports Committee

    Sport is a competitive physical activity that aims to use, maintain or improve physical ability and skills. Sports and games are an essential part of an individual’s life, contributing to enhancing the quality of life. Understanding the importance of sports, MITE promotes sports activities and ensures students’ active participation. The Department of Physical Education, MITE aspires to inculcate qualities such as sportsmanship, team spirit and bonding in students. The Sports Committee conducts Cricket, Badminton, Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Table Tennis, Carrom, and many more events on the campus. The Sports Committee promotes women ‘s empowerment through exclusive sports such as Volleyball, Throwball and Basketball.

    Functions and Responsibilities

    • Create zeal amongst students and faculty members towards sports.
    • Promote every individual’s health, physical well-being as well as the acquisition of physical skills among the students.
    • Identify and encourage students by providing training to participate actively in inter and intra collegiate sports events and nurture them by providing state-of-the-art facilities for the sports.
    • Recommending the refurbishment for existing sports facility where ever required.
    • Preparing & Submitting the annual budget required for sports activity.

    Structure of the Committee 

    Sl. No.RoleDesignation
    1ChairpersonPrincipal
    2ConvenerPhysical Education Director
    3MembersFaculty from any Department
    Student Coordinator (Male)
    Student Coordinator (Female)
    Frequency of the meetingOnce in a Semester

     

    Sports Committee for the Academic Year 2023-24

    SNRoleName & Designation
    1.     ChairpersonDr. Prashanth C.M
    2. 

    Members

    Mr. Aveen K P, Sr. Assistant Professor, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering.
    3.Parthasarathi G (4MT20CV006) Student Coordinator, Dept. of Civil Engineering.
    4.Mithali Prashanth Rao (4MT20CS099)Student Coordinator, Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering
    5.ConvenerMr. Shamith Rao, Physical Education Director

    Activities Report of 2022-23 Click Here

    Activities Report of 2021-22 Click Here

    Activities Report of 2020-21 Click Here

    Activities Report of 2019-20 Click Here

    Activities Report of 2018-19 Click Here

    Activities Report of 2017-18 Click Here

    Activities Report of 2016-17 Click Here

    Activities Report of 2015-16 Click Here

    Alumni Committee

    Alumni serve many valuable roles in building and growing an institution’s brand. An Alumni adds a lot of value to the organization by providing mentoring, internships, and career opportunities to students. Creating an engaged, supportive alumni network is crucial to an institution’s success. Alumni Association creates and maintains a life-long connection between alumni and alma mater. The Alumni Association works to connect alumni, support students and build an unforgettable Institute experience through a diversity of events and services.

    Our alumni are actively involved in sharing knowledge by delivering   talks on the latest trends and technologies, skill development programs, conducting hands-on workshop, guiding and providing opportunities for internship, projects and support for industrial visit. Two of our Alumni entrepreneurs have set up their start-ups on Campus. The family culture of MITE has encouraged Alumni to contribute towards setting up Innovation Centre at the cost of 2.5 Crores for nurturing the younger generation of MITE family.

    The institution has included our alumni as a significant part of many of the notable academic and administrative bodies such as Internal Quality Assurance Cell, Department Advisory Committee, Career Guidance Cell, etc.

    Objectives: 

    • To encourage, foster and promote strong relations among institution, students and alumni.
    • To exchange professional knowledge, organize technical talks, seminars, workshops, training courses and career development programs.
    • To nurture entrepreneur quality among students and alumni by establishing network with successful alumni entrepreneurs.
    • To create interest and motivate the alumni to participate in the progress of the Institute and make them contribute towards the enhancement of their Alma mater.

    Structure of the Committee 

    Sl. No.RoleDesignation
    1ChairpersonPrincipal
    2ConvenerSenior Faculty
    3MembersFaculty Member of various departments
    Frequency of the meetingTwice in a year

     

    Alumni Committee for the Academic Year 2023-24

     

     

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    Representation

    1Dr. Prashanth C M, PrincipalChairperson
    2Dr. Sujesh Kumar, Dept of Aeronautical EngineeringMember
    3Ms. Prathiksha, Dept of Civil EngineeringMember
    4Mr. Ashwin Kumar M, Dept of Computer Science & EngineeringMember
    5Ms. Bhakthi Shetty, Dept of Electronics & Communication EngineeringMember
    6Mr. Rajesh N Kamath, Dept of Information Science & EngineeringMember
    7Mr. Aveen K P, Dept of Mechanical EngineeringMember
    8Dr. Kirankumar M V, Dept of Mechatronics EngineeringMember
    9Mr. Akshathraj Jain, Dept of Master of Business AdministrationMember
    10Dr. Vinayambika S Bhat, Dept of Electronics & Communication EngineeringConvener

    Activity Reports

    Alumna Talk Report Click Here

    Alumni Technothon 2022- 23 Series 2 Click Here

    Alumni Technothon 2022- 23 Series 1 Click Herer

    Alumni Technothon 2021-22 – Series-1 Click Here

    Alumni Technothon 2021-22 – Series 2 Click Here

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    Annual Reports

    Academic Year 2022-23 Click Here

    Academic Year 2021-22 Click Here

    Academic Year 2020-21 Click Here

    Academic Year 2019-20 Click Here     Alumni Meet 2019-20 Click Here

    Academic Year 2018-19 Click Here

    Academic Year 2017-18 Click Here

    Academic Year 2016-17 Click Here

    Academic Year 2015-16 Click Here