Great Indian Institutes – Season 2’, an initiative by Great Place to Study is a series of deciphering the best institutes of knowledge across the length and breadth of India.
This episode showcases MIT-World Peace University, Pune and talks about its 40 years of rich legacy & heritage in the field of education.
Also, watch this to know about MIT-World Peace University promoting “Culture of Peace” through Value-based “Universal Education System” with a world-class space of intellectual distinction in creating extensively trained professionals.
Here's all you need to know about MIT-WPU
MIT-WPU was ranked the 3rd Best University to study in India, 21st for BBA, 26th for Engineering, and 30th for MBA in India. Students from extremely diverse backgrounds across the world are experiencing ‘Life transforming curriculum’ in equally diverse fields of study programs such as Engineering, Design, Subsurface Engineering, Management Studies, Pharmacy, Law, Economics, Film Studies, Photography, Mass Media & Journalism, Liberal Arts, Commerce, Science, Political Leadership & Governance, and also School of Education. At any given point of time, more than 17,000 students are pursuing 40+ courses at MIT-WPU.
Learning Beyond Classroom
MIT-WPU has always been the epicentre of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, leading to development of multi-skilled graduates with evolved personality for team work and mind-set to apply knowledge to solve real life problems.
MIT-WPU team was ranked 5th at the International Robocon, the highest rank achieved by any Indian team. MIT-WPU BAJA vehicle was ranked 3rd fastest vehicle in the world at BAJA SAE among 93 world’s best teams, at Maryland, USA February 2018 event.
Some of the young alumni at top-notch companies are Bharat Kandoi, Microsoft, Nikhil Shelke, Intel, Rohit Prabhavalkar, Google, Shilpa Parulekar, Microsoft.
We invite you to join this caravan and leap off when you have boomed into holistic and technically equipped human beings ready to face the world. You will always be proud of being a MITian and will surely go on to make your mark in the world.
Watch the full episode of MIT-World Peace University, Pune that was broadcasted on Republic TV a few weeks back.