MITE has signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) with Binghamton University, State University of New York, the USA after thorough research by the university on the vision, capabilities, and prodigious achievements of the institution since inception. The signing of MoA was at Binghamton on 4th May 2016. With this agreement, the two Institutes agree to ‘foster advancement in teaching, research, academic collaboration and create avenues for enhancing learner experience at both partners, as well as strengthen both partners by finding ways of combining their complementary resources and strengths.
Ranked as 8th Best Public University and 15th overall in the ‘Top 25 Best Value Universities in the US’.
One of USA’s top 50 public University for 18 consecutive years- Forbes India Magazine (2016)
Rated one of only 10 Best Buy public universities in the nation and a premier public university in the Northeast- The Fiske Guide to Colleges (2019)
Highlights of MoA:
- Collaborative Research work
- Conduction of Short term courses
- Faculty visit
- Support for conferences
- Sharing of information on incubation of start-up companies
- Sharing Binghamton University’s Centre for Learning and Teaching
Every Year a Certification Program on ‘Lean Six Sigma – Yellow Belt & Green Belt’ is conducted to the Students of Mechanical Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering, and Mechatronics Engineering.
Also, a Certification Course on ‘Data Analytics & Data Mining’ is conducted by Binghamton University Professor to the Computer Science & Engineering, Information Science & Engineering and Electronics & Communication Engineering Students at MITE Campus. Binghamton University will be admitting students for MS Studies from MITE. Also, Final Year Students will be getting an opportunity to do their Six Week Internship Program at US. In addition, Final Year Student Projects will be mentored by Professors as Project Guides.
“We are looking at how we can collaborate on research and bringing proposals together. Of course, Education is of utmost importance, but MITE is also very active in participation in industry which could be another area to explore”.
-Dr. Srihari, Vice Provost, Binghamton University