MITS Gwalior



MITS Gwalior was founded by the imperial ruler of the city, Late Sri Jiwaji Rao Scindia in the year of 1957. Popularly known as Madhav Institute of Technology and Science, the reputed educational institution provides quality courses at graduate and undergraduate level.

An important part of Gwalior education, MITS of Gwalior originally started with under graduate courses in the fields of Electrical, Civil and Mechanical Engineering. However, the well known educational institution introduced several new courses in various levels at post graduate level. The Madhav Institute of Technology and Science provide the interested students with an opportunity to pursue higher studies in the research work.

The educational institution of Gwalior has an excellent team of highly qualified and experienced professors who encourage healthy and friendly interaction between students and teachers. Equipped with all the necessary infrastructural amenities, the Madhav Institute of Technology and Science provide world class technical education to the meritorious students.

The Central library of the Madhav Institute of Technology and Science has a vast reserve of books, journal and magazines on various topics from all fields of technical knowledge. The computerized library of the reputed educational institution provides the students with excellent services.

The well known educational institution encourages the students to participate in the several co-curricular activities of the college. The MITS, Gwalior organizes many social and cultural events and helps in the development of a balanced personality of the meritorious students.

Located at a convenient position, the well known educational institution of Madhav Institute of Technology and Science is easily accessible from all parts of the city.



Last Updated on 16th Oct 2012

     


     

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