Two Day Workshop on Emerging Trends in Mechatronic Systems View Details  

 Knowledge Partner Spoken Tutorials, IIT  Bombay View Details  

Workshop on Machine Learning in Computer Vision View Details 

Yearly College Magazine MITMAG2014 Click here

Two Day Workshop on Green Manufacturing Concepts Click here 

3rd International Conference on Signal Processing Communications and Networking - MIT Campus Dept of Electronics Engineering  View Details  

Six International Conference on Advanced Computing -MIT Campus Dept of Computing Technology View Details 

MIT WiFi  Registration FormClick here to download   

RAGGING IS TOTALLY PROHIBITED IN MIT CAMPUS, ANNA UNIVERSITY  View Details 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Home Alumni
About MITAA

MIT ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

YEAR OF INCORPORATION: 1966

The MITAA was born in Chennai, in 1966 thanks to the unstinted efforts and foresight of stalwarts like Prof. M.V. Radhakrishnamurthy, Mr. T.A.S. Balagopal (I Batch), Mr.S.Ramaswamy, Mr.B.Venkatraman, Mr. P.Krishnaswamy (late) and others. The first General Body meeting was held on 14/4/1966 and was headed by Mr. V.Gopalan (I Batch) (President), Prof. C.J.G. Chandra (I Batch) (V.P.), Mr.P.S.Subramanian (Late) (6th Batch) (Secretary) and Mr.B.Venkatraman (late) (4th Batch Treasurer). Prof. K.Srinivasan was the Dean of the Institute at that time.

MANDATE OF MIT ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

          1. To maintain contact among the past students of the MIT Chennai.
          2. To update and maintain a directory of the Alumni.
          3. To acknowledge the achievements of the various alumni in their fields.
          4. To acknowledge the services of the various Academics and Entrepreneurs who have been responsible for their contribution in the growth of the MIT.
          5. To be a catalyst for the social interaction amongst the alumni.
          6. To maintain contact between the Alumni and the Almamater and further the cause of the Institute in its developmental activites and achieve excellence in its goals.
          7. To assist the students of the Institute in their career pursuits.
          8. To assist the students in achieving excellence in their chosen careers.
          9. To form a technical core group and assist members in solving their professional problems.

 

Departments

Search