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Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology MANIT, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh
Bhopal (District Bhopal)
Madhya Pradesh, India
Pin Code : 462007


Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology MANIT, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is a University recognised by UGC. Typos: MANIT Deemed University. Status: Deemed University. Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology MANIT, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is also known as Maulana Azad College of Technology (MACT).. Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology MANIT, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh was established on / in 1963.


Principal of Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology MANIT, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is Ms. ANUPAMA SHARMA.

Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology MANIT is situated in Bhopal of Madhya Pradesh state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Bhopal comes under Bhopal Tehsil, Bhopal District.

Fax # of Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology MANIT, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is +91-755-2670562, 2670802, 2671175.

email ID(s) is Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology MANIT Bhopal Madhya Pradesh

Website of Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology MANIT, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is www.manit.ac.in, www.manit.nic.in.

Additional Information about Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology MANIT, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is : MP01
The Dean
Faculty of Architecture
Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology
(Deemed University)
BHOPAL-462 007 (Madhya Pradesh)
Tel. (O): 0755-4051103, 5206006 to 10, 2670416-
17, 2670900, 2670327, 2671275
Fax: 0755-2670562, 2670802, 2671175
E-Mail: mp01_manit@rediffmail.com
E-Mail: mp01_manit@yahoo.co.in,
Web: www.manit.ac.in, www.manit.nic.in.


Contact Details of Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology MANIT, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh are : Telephone: +91-755-2670900, 5206006, 07, 08, 09, 10, 2670327, 416, 417, 267127
Email ID: mp01_manit@rediffmail.com, mp01_manit@yahoo.co.in
academice@manit.ac.in, info@manit.ac.in, academic@manit.ac.in, coe@manit.ac.in, kkdhote@hotmail.com, prof.rpsingh@gmail.com, info@manit.ac.in

Centre In- charge
Dr. N.D. Mittal,
Professor, Department Mechanical Engineering ,
Phone.: 0755-4051056(O), 4051152
Mobile No.: 09425687361,
Fax: 0755-2670562
e-mail: nd_mittal@rediffmail.com
Dr.Shailendra Jain,
Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering,
Tel. No.: (O) 0755-4051056, 4051410
Mobile No.: 08269807590,
Fax: 0755-2670562
e-mail: sjain68@gmail.com



Courses

Number of seats in Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology MANIT, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is 318, 30.
Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology MANIT, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh runs course(s) in Architecture, Biotechnology, Computer Applications, Engineering, Information Technology, Business Management stream(s).
Under Graduate Programmae : B.Tech(Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Comm. Engineering , Computer Sc. and Engineering, Information Technology, Architecture, Planning, Bio-Informatics, Energy, Chemical, Metallurgical Engineering and Material Science Engineering, Production and Industrial Engineering) Post Graduate Programmae : M.Tech(Heavy Electrical Equipment, Thermal Engineering, Hydro Electric, Applied of Machinery and Systems, Stress and Vibration Analysis of Machinery and Structures., Digital Communication Engineering, Public Health Engineering, Environmental Engineering. and Planning, Urban Development and Planning, Maintenance Engineering, Microwave and Millimeter waves, Industrial Design, Energy Engineering, Enviornmental engineering, Information Security, VLSI and Embedded System, Electrical Drives, Remote Sensing and Geo Informatics, Structure, Bio-informatics, Nano Technology, CSE, Transportation Engg., Geotechnical Engineering, Energy) M.Sc(Mathematics) Master of Computer Application(M.C.A) Master of Business Administration(M.B.A)

Profile of Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology MANIT

Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT) is a Deemed University. It is one of the National Institutes of Technology of India. It was formerly known as Maulana Azad College of Technology (MACT). Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India is one of the first eight Regional Engineering Colleges in India. The institute has been named after the great scholar, educationist and the first education Minister of Govt. of India, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad. The Govt. of India and Govt. of Madhya Pradesh jointly sponsored the Institute in 1960 to attract bright young students from across the country. The Institute is successfully meeting the objective of producing skilled manpower of the highest quality who is able to cope up with challenges of ever evolving industrial needs of the country.

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Histroy

Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT) Bhopal was established in the year 1960. Initially, the institute started with the name of Maulana Azad College of Technology (MACT) Bhopal. Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology has been awarded with the status of institute of National importance and it has spread across 650-acre of land area. MANIT Bhopal was jointly established by the Government of India and Government of Madhya Pradesh. MANIT Bhopal has been declared a Deemed University.

Affiliated to: Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology

About Us

Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT) is a Deemed University. It is one of the National Institutes of Technology of India. The university was formerly known as Maulana Azad College of Technology (MACT). Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India is one of the first eight Regional Engineering Colleges in India. The institute has been named after the great scholar, educationist and the first education Minister of Govt. of India, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad.

The Govt. of India and Govt. of Madhya Pradesh jointly sponsored the Institute in 1960 to attract bright young students from across the country. Today, the Institute is successfully meeting its objective of producing skilled manpower of the highest quality.

Contacts Details:
Address :Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (Deemed University)
Bhopal - 462 007 Madhya Pradesh

Tel : 91 755 2670416/17, 2670327/28

Fax : 91 755 2670562

E-mail : info@manit.ac.in, pkchande@yahoo.com

Website : www.manit.ac.in

Director : Tel : 0755 2670900(O)2670836/5290111(R)

Registrar : Tel : 0755 2670783(O)2670757(R)

Fax : 2670562/2670802

E-mail : registrar_an@yahoo.com

Introduction

Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT) is an Institute of National Importance. It was formerly known as Maulana Azad College of Technology (MACT), which was India's one of the first eight Regional Engineering Colleges. The institute has been named after the great scholar, educationist and the first education Minister of Govt. of India, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad. The Govt. of India and Govt. of Madhya Pradesh jointly sponsored the Institute in 1960 to attract bright young students from across the country. Presently, along with about 200 faculties and 4000 students, the institute is successfully meeting the objective of producing skilled manpower of the highest quality to cope up with challenges of ever evolving industrial needs of the country.

The institute is situated in the heart of Bhopal on a beautiful plateau with a verdant 650-acre campus. It has 8 hostels which has excellent fooding and lodging facilities along with 24 hours security. MANIT's Computer Centre, Canteen, Workshops, Athletic Ground, Energy Centre and the open air auditorium are the places where students enjoy healthy and competitive environment. They not only attain maturity and confidence but also shape themselves for the future needs of the world.

Profile

Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India (formerly Maulana Azad College of Technology, MACT), is one of the first eight Regional Engineering Colleges in India. The institute has been named after the great scholar, educationist and the first education Minister of Govt. of India, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad. The Govt. of India and Govt. of Madhya Pradesh jointly sponsored the then MACT (a Regional Engineering College) in 1960 to attract bright young students from across the country. The Institute is successfully meeting the objective of producing skilled manpower of the highest quality who is able to cope up with challenges of ever evolving industrial needs of the country.

The Institute is situated in the Bhopal Central region of Bhopal City on southern side. The verdant 650-acre (2.6 km2) campus is on a plateau with academic building, hostels and residential quarters.

Mission Vision and Goals

Our Vision
Produce technical professionals abreast with competencies, mind-set and ethical values synchronous with the futuristic requirements of global business so as to strengthen the national economy.

Mission
Institutional Mission Statements:
1. Design, develop and implement curricula of various programmes using dynamic & responsive processes, in tune with the needs of the global industry and economy.

2. Develop personality of all learners, faculty & employees in order to infuse with proactive leadership, innovativeness, entrepreneurial abilities, required competencies relevant to the profession and interpersonal communications.

3. Induce in engineers/ technologists and trainees a mind-set full of creativity to pursue excellence with customer focus, accountability and caring for environment & people.

4. Ensure an environment where students, faculty and staff are encouraged to enhance their intellectual curiosity and improve their technical and professional skills through Continuous Development Programmes.

5. To promote reforms in the assessment/ evaluation processes, ensuring reliable and valid assessment and certification of abilities of learners.

Courses

Undergraduate:
* Civil Engineering
* Mechanical Engineering
* Electrical Engineering
* Electronics & Comm. Engg.
* Computer Sc. & Engineering
* Information Technology
* Architecture
* Planning
* Bio-Informatics
* Energy
* Chemical
* Metallurgical Engineering & Material Science Engineering
* Production & Industrial Engineering

Post Graduate:
ME / M Tech
* Design & Production Engineering Heavy Electrical Equipment.
* Design & Production Engineering. Power Plant Machinery (Thermal).
* Design & Production Engineering. Power Plant Machinery (Hydro Electric).
* Engineering. Materials for Design & Production of Heavy Engineering. Equipment.
* Foundation Engineering. Applied of Machinery & Systems.
* Stress & Vibration Analysis of Machinery & Structures.
* Digital Communication Engineering.
* Public Health Engineering. (Environmental Engineering. & Planning.)
* Urban Development & Planning.
* Maintenance Engineering.
* Microwave & Millimeter waves.
* Industrial Design.
* Energy Engineering.
* Environmental engineering
* Information Security
* VLSI & Embedded System
* Electrical Drives
* Remote Sensing & Geo Informatics
* Structure
* Bio-informatics
* Nano Technology
* CSE
* Transportation Engg.
* Geotechnical Engineering
* Energy

M Sc
* Mathematics
Master of Computer Applications

Master of Business Administration

Doctorate:
* Architecture & Planning
* Electrical Engineering
* Computer Science Engineering
* Information Technology
* Civil Engineering
* Electronics
* Chemistry
* Applied Mechanics
* Physics
* Mathematics

Placements

The year 2007-08 saw an unprecedented 662 job offers being made to MANITians from 64 companies. The year also saw a marked increase in the number of core jobs to an extent that the core fields seem promising. Many students had 2 offers and some even had 3 or more jobs. The institute boasts of very good placements with leading companies like Microsoft, Google,Verizon, HP Labs, Accenture , Aricent, CSC, IBM, Intel, Amdocs, Analog Devices, Reliance, Essar, TIME, LG, C-Dot, Capgemini, Honda, Hindalco, Samsung, BPCL, Bajaj Verizon, Career Launcher, Vedanta, Nestle, Areva TnD, DRDO, ABB, Tata Motors, Maruti, Pepsico, IOCL, NTPC, BHEL, Alstom, Satyam, TCS, Infosys, Wipro, Conexant, Cognizant, HCC, L&T etc. visiting the institute for placement.

Facilities

* Library

* Dispensary

* Central Computing Facility

* Auditorium

* Sports Complex

MANIT principal took refuge in bathroom

Bhopal: Bhopal-based Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT) - a premier educational institute of India in a bid to bolster its sagging image has decided to go overboard and reach out to the public at large through the media regarding its Vision and Mission.

Dogged by scams, corruption charges and controversies over the last few years, the MANIT administration has girded up its loin to provide justice to one and all and transparency in its working to stop wagging tongues from ruining the institute of national importance.

Addressing a Press conference here on Thursday its Director Dr. R. P. Singh, Ph.D. (Electronics Engg.), declared that MANIT looks forward to become a 'Centre of Global Technical Knowledge', wherein there is a creation, assimilation, evaluation and application of knowledge.

Dr. Singh said MANIT's strategies are for effectively meeting the ever-increasing challenges of technology, human resources and the responsibility towards the society. MANIT no longer wishes to be an Institute in isolation existing on top of a hill, but wishes to reach out to the city and the country while playing its role in bringing out young technologists, scientists and engineers, to make the world a better place. MANIT looks forward to Public Participation in its research, institutional partnerships in educational, technological and administrative functions, he added.

He said that MANIT, which was formerly known as MACT (Maulana Azad College of Technology), is working towards the initiation of industry-Institute Linkages to develop problem solving capabilities at analytical and experimental techniques.

The MANIT Board of Governors led by its chairman A. N. Singh, a retired Director General of Madhya Pradesh Police, members Vipin Mullick and Khalid Rauf, both alumni of MANIT, and Deans of various faculties such as Dr. Gayatri Agnihotri, Dr. P. Suryanarayan, Dr. D. M. Deshpande, Dr. R. K. Dube, Dr. G. Dixit, Dr. V.K. Khare along with Ms Savita Raje (Landscape Architect), Public Relations Officer, were present at the Press conference.

Dr. Singh said MANIT's Vision is to produce technical professionals abreast with competencies, mind-set and ethical values synchronous with the futuristic requirements of global business so as to strengthen the national economy.

He informed that the institutional Mission Statements includes:

(i). to design, develop and implement curricula of various programmes using dynamic & responsive processes, in tune with the needs of the global industry and economy.

(ii). to develop personality of all learners, faculty & employees in order to infuse with pro-active leadership, innovativeness, entrepreneurial abilities, required competencies relevant to the profession and interpersonal communications.

(iii). to induce in engineers/ technologists and trainees a mind-set full of creativity to pursue excellence with customer focus, accountability and caring for environment & people.

(iv). Ensure an environment where students, faculty and staff are encouraged to enhance their intellectual curiosity and improve their technical and professional skills through Continuous Development Programmes.

& (v). to promote reforms in the assessment/ evaluation processes, ensuring reliable and valid assessment and certification of abilities of learners.

Chairman A. N. Singh said that MANIT Board of Governors' Vision is to work towards the development of MANIT as an institute with global visibility, by generating an environment that nurtures the inherent creativity in the youth and by a sustainable maintenance of quality in all the aspects of the Institute. The endeavour is to develop MANIT as a sustainable Innovation Incubator which is sought after at an international level. To make the presence of MANIT indispensable at National level, to make MANIT act like a life-giving, throbbing heart, situated in the State of Madhya Pradesh, the heart of India, he added.

While talking about the Mission, Singh said the Board is committed to achieve the above through time-sensitive action plans and concentrated efforts and focused approach. It envisages a sustainable growth that would raise the Institute to the heights of glory it deserves.

Replying to a question Singh assured that law will take its own course against those who are found guilty after investigations, are completed in the various scams which are underway at present. "None will be spared to go scot free", he asserted.

It may be recalled here that MANIT in the 1960s when it was called MACT after it was transferred from the Polytechnic building to the present new campus was embroiled in much controversy, series of corruption charges and high-handedness of the management. Then the Governor of Madhya Pradesh used to be the chairman of the Board of Governors while the Principal of MACT was all powerful to run the day-to-day affairs of the college. The then Principal of the college J. N. Moudgil exploiting this adopted dictatorial attitude towards students and staff alike which was the root cause of all the ills that pervaded the campus then. He ran the college as his fiefdom in an arbitrary manner without having any regards to the laid down rules.

Things continued to deteriorate in the campus after he joined the College in 1962. He terminated the services of many staff members from peons to professors' level, who did not see eye to eye with him and opposed many of his financial bungling in the construction of buildings in the new campus, on flimsy grounds without taking prior sanction of the Board of Governors. In some cases of dismissal of employees when court demanded ratified copy of the termination orders it was done in back dates. He got the service rules amended arbitrarily to strike at will at his opponents who did not approve the plunder of building funds and other gross violation of rules of the college.

The student community was also victim of harassment following Principal Moudgil's many whimsical orders. When all limits of students' patience crossed they decided to settle score with him. In 1968 students from the hostels in the dead of night rushed to Moudgil's official residence in the campus and laid a siege around it. They demanded of him to come out to listen to their woes. When he did not respond to their calls the students disconnected the electric and telephone lines and ransacked the house. They pushed his car out of the garage and set it ablaze to release their pent up anger against him. Police rushed thereafter to rescue Moudgil and his family which had taken refuge in a bathroom of the house.

Later, Moudgil was forced to go on long leave and an inquiry was ordered against him but nothing concrete came out. Thus, he went scot free despite all his acts of omissions and commissions which he committed with impunity.

So, controversies plaguing MANIT is not new phenomena as the chain of events of 1960s reveal it amply. However, many including the present administration may not be in the know of things of its chequered past. It has been stated here briefly to take lessons from the past unsavoury incidents.

Bhopal students will test Aakash

Bhopal: Bhopal students are all set to test the newly launched tablet, Aakash. Twenty students of Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT) and 22 students of Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Viswavidyalaya, the State Technological University of MP, (RGPV) have received the tablets launched by Human Resources and Development Minister Kapil Sibal on Wednesday.

These students will test the device for 45 days and judge whether it functions the way it promises to.Scholar from IIT Chennai and IIT Jodhpur will also coordinate in the project. The coordinator of the test project MANIT professor Dr RN Yadav will send a report to IIT Jodhpur after 45 days.The students will test the screen and other tools in the government funded tablets. They will also analyse the usability of the USB ports and configuration of Aakash. The students will also try the applications like WiFi, virtual keyboard, Media Player, text editor and among others.

Around 1200-1400 students participated in the launch of the tablet on Wednesday. Aakash, arguably the worlds cheapest tablet, will be available to students across India for Rs 2,250. The government has introduced the tablet to facilitate poor students.

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Bomb rumour creates panic in MANIT

Bhopal: Rumour that a bomb has been placed in the Maulana Azad Naional Institute of Technology (MANIT) created panic in the campus today. University officials rushed out of their offices and calls were made to police.Police soon arrived at the scene with a bomb disposal squad and sniffer dogs. But even after two hours of search nothing was found. Search operations are still continuing.According to reports, a second year girl student of the institute was informed by an unidentified boy that a bomb has been placed inside the campus which will explode in a short while. The girl gave the information to a professor who informed the management.

The information said that the bomb has been placed behind the State Bank of India (SBI) in sector J. However, nothing was found during search operations. Police suspect that miscreants are behind the rumour and are questioning the girl to get a detailed description of the boy who gave her the false information.

Depressed MANIT student commits suicide in Bhopal

Bhopal: A third-year engineering student of Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT) here allegedly committed suicide in his college hostel room, police said on Friday. Manish Soni, a student of Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) hanged himself on Thursday night.We have recovered a suicide note from the incident spot. He cited depression as the reason for committing suicide, Kamla Nagar police station in-charge K.S. Bhadoria told.Soni also said that he was under depression since the last five years.

students under cloud for cheating in engineering, pharma entrance test

Jabalpur-Bhopal: Two students of the Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT), who were caught writing the Pre-Engineering and Pharmacy Test (PEPT) on behalf of some other candidates, will be suspended by the institute, sources said on Tuesday. The Jabalpur police nabbed Kavish Mittal and Vinay Patel on Monday and had produced them in a local court alongwith Jabalpur Veterinary College students, Ramkishan and Rakesh, two other accused in the case. The court remanded the quartet in police custody for a day.On Tuesday, all the four were again produced before a Jabalpur court, which sent them to judicial custody for a week. Police are now hunting for five other students, who have been named by the accused currently in judicial custody, including one Kundan Singh, another MANIT student, believed to be the gangs kingpin.

They have also written to the MANIT administration asking for details of some six students.

MANIT to change B Tech curriculum from next academic session

Bhopal: Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT) has decided to change the curriculum of B Tech course at the institute. The students currently are being taught as per the curriculum which was last updated in 2003 and a need to change it according to recent technological and practical developments was being felt.As per the university managements decision, only the curriculum for the first year B Tech course will be changed from the next academic session.

The management also said that curricula should be periodically updated every five years.The new curriculum would provide budding engineers information relating to environment, a subject which has gained immense importance in the recent times. Latest softwares and developments in mobile technology will also be taught to them.Students agree with the management as far as changing the curriculum is concerned. Abhi Jain, a final year B Tech student, said that even the industry these days wants to hire engineers who are up to date with new technology and softwares.

Depressed MANIT student commits suicide in Bhopal

Bhopal: A third-year engineering student of Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT) here allegedly committed suicide in his college hostel room, police said on Friday.Manish Soni, a student of Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) hanged himself on Thursday night.We have recovered a suicide note from the incident spot.

He cited depression as the reason for committing suicide, Kamla Nagar police station in-charge K.S. Bhadoria told.Soni also said that he was under depression since the last five years.

Dr. Naushad Forbes says no to MANIT chairmans post

Bhopal: Noted industrialist and academician Dr. Naushad Forbes has clarified that he is not interested in holding post of chairman of the Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT).Union Human Resource Development Department had offered him the prestigious post on May 16.In an exclusive interaction with Bhaskar News over telephone, Dr. Forbes said he will soon inform the ministry about his decision. Dr. Forbes said he already has plenty of responsibilities on his shoulders.I am not interested in the job as I am preoccupied with many more work. Currently, I am outside the country and will inform the ministry about my decision once I am back, Dr. Forbes said.Who is Dr. Forbes?Dr. Naushad Forbes has got a PhD degree in steam engineering from Californias Stanford University. He is also a visiting faculty in the same reputed American university.He is the director of Godrej India Private Limited and Kirloskar, the noted oil engine manufacturing company.Here is a list of charimans of MANIT, which was established in 2002:
1. DD Bhawalkar (scientist)
2. Sudeep Banerjee (retired IAS)
3. SK Jhalani (politician)
4. AN Singh (retired IPS)


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