Raptors write up:

The quest for aero modelling in MIT had laid its foundation here since, the UG program was initiated here. To explore such practical sides of designing and fabricating a real-time working aircraft, this Raptors club was established. The main objective of Raptors club is to guide and build students in the area of challenges faced while fabricating an aircraft. The journey of Raptors club of MIT started with the vision to provide students the platform to explore the world of Aeronautics. This vision is achieved by conducting workshops, seminars, guest lectures by professors or CEOs of great companies and self- handled teaching sessions. At times, Raptors club has also planned to compete in various Inter-college competitions with their fully developed UAV models.


Project Alpha:

Project alpha is a solar powered balsa wood aircraft which weighs 3kg in total with a payload carrying capacity of 300g. This project has faced its improvement since January 2022. Various teams such as design, analysis and fabrication team had poured their efforts and time to model this aircraft. The aircraft is yet to be tested with minor works.

Weekly sessions:

Every week, teaching session to upcoming juniors had also been taken care of. These session has its focus on dividing students on three groups based on their field of interest namely: Quadcopters, Fixed wing airplane, Rocketry. With further sessions held, the students will be taught on their own division after a few introductory sessions.

Quiz Club of MIT is a student organization which was formed in the year 2011 as an informal organisation to nurture the general knowledge skills of budding engineers in MIT.

Started with only a handful of people, but the Quiz Club of MIT now has more than 100 students from various departments as active members.

The club was made official in February 2015 which permitted the organization to include the first year students to take part in the club's events.

Our quizzes have always been able to provide global information ranging from current affairs, Science & technology, History to Sports, Entertainments, Arts, etc., and been able to keep students in pace with the developments happening all over the world.


Chairman: G.Venkatakrishnan, IV year, Production Technology

Secretary: K.Sudhan, IV year, Rubber & Plastics Technology

Treasurer: Mohammed Kamil Ashik, III year, ECE

Faculty Advisor: Mr.Jeyanth, Department of Science & Humanities



MIT Meteorology Team (MIT Met) is a club inaugurated on the 3rd April 2021. MIT Met, started by students and professors of MIT Campus, Anna University, and aims to use "Engineering technologies and innovations" to develop the Meteorological field and held in Disaster Relief & Management.


The One Day Workshop on 'Meteorology and Disaster Management' will be held on 30th March 2022 at 9.30 A.M. This event will be organized at Prof SRK Seminar Hall, Department of Production Technology, MIT Campus, Anna University. The Chief Guest of the event if Prof A. Ramachandran (Emeritus Professor for Centre for Climate Change & Disaster Management, Anna University) and the invited speakers are:-


  • Dr.S.Balachandran, Head Regional Meteorological Centre (RMC), Chennau.
  • Prof. Sridhar Balasubramanian, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Member of IDP Climate Studies, IIT Bombay.
  • Prof. Kurian Joseph, Director of Centre for Climate Change and Disaster Management, Anna University.
  • Mr.K.S.Hosalikar, Head Climate Research and Services (CRS), Indian Meteorological Department (IMD).


One Day Workshop on 'Meteorology and Disaster Management' - Inauguration Programme


One Day Workshop on 'Meteorology and Disaster Management' - Programme Schedule


One Day Workshop on 'Meteorology and Disaster Management' - Valediction Programme

Being an educational institute provide a world standard education

to student sucessully for past 50 years ,we in additionally provide

many extra curricullar activities inorder to improve their skills and

get better expose to world without any ease

some student activities are:




Organisation involves in such activities are :


           Rotaract club

           Computer Society



Madras Institute of Technology (MIT) has a huge and spectacular sports facility covering an area of 28 acres of land at the MIT Main Campus and at Annexure (Rani Thottam) - one km away from the Main Campus. 

1. Sports Facility at the MIT Main Campus:

Facility to play Volley Ball, Ball Badminton, Kabaddi, Kho-Kho has been provided to students and staff at MIT.

2. Indoor Sports Facility at the MIT Main Campus:

A Spectacular Indoor Gymnasium has been bestowed with the following:

1.                  Basket Ball Court, Five Badminton Courts, Weight Lifting Training equipment, a mini platform to perform fitness exercises and tables to play Table-Tennis.

2.                  In Hostel, separate facilities to play indoor games such as Chess, Carrom, Badminton, Table Tennis, and outdoor facilities such as Tennikoit, Volley Ball and Throw Ball courts are provided.

3.  Multi-Gym Facility at MIT Main Campus:

A newly-erected 12 stations Multi-Gym Facility has been kept open for Students (Men & Women) and Staff.

4. Sports Facility at MIT Annexe (Rani Thottam):

It is situated a kilometer away from the Main Campus. It has 400 Mts 8 Lane Track & Field facility, Foot Ball Field, Hockey Field, Ball Badminton Courts, Volley Ball Court, Kabaddi Court, Kho – Kho Court, Cricket Oval, a Mini stadium to perform fitness exercises.

5. National Sports Organisation (NSO) Activities:

The NSO activity at MIT is a unique and regular feature for the enrolled students from the very first year onwards. It comprises
                  (i) comprehensive sports programs for the whole year and
                  (ii) A ten-day Compulsory Residential Summer Coaching Camp at the end of the second semester.

6.Physical Education Personnel:

Dr. B. Balakumaran(2017 - Till date), Spots Officer, is looking after the sports activities at MIT Campus along with other supporting staff in the Department of Physical Education.

Mrs. Evelyn Synthiya(2016 - 2017), Assistant Director of Physical Education, is looking after the sports activities at MIT Campus along with other supporting staff in the Department of Physical Education.







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