Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya Institute of Technology (Commonly referred to as Sir MVIT) is an Institute of repute in the state of Karnataka. The Institute is named after Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya, a well known Engineer, Statesman and a former Diwan of Mysore. This institute was founded and established by the Sri Krishnadevaraya Educational Trust and offers programs in the field of Technical Education. It was established in the year 1986. The Institute is affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University (V.T.U) and approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi and is accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA), New Delhi. Sir M.V.I.T is an ISO 9001:2000 Certified Institution. The institute has 2800 students & over 260 well-experienced faculty members. Sir M.Visvesvaraya Institute of Technology is spread out on 133 acres of sprawling land on the NH-7, near Air Force Station, Yelahanka, in North Bangalore, close to Bengaluru International Airport (21 km from Bangalore City Junction).
|Industrial engineering and management|
|Information science and engineering|
|Electrical and electronics engineering|
|Computer science and engineering|
|Electronics and communication engineering|
|Over All Seats||690|
|Faculty Name||No. of faculty|
|Computer Science and Engineering||46|
|Electrical and Electronics Engineering||38|
|Electronics and Communication Engineering||60|
|Industrial Engineering and Management||12|
|Information Science and Engineering||26|
For students, the college has one of the finest placement cells that help them obtain
lucrative job opportunities via campus recruitments. Some of the globally-reputed
organizations that annually hire deserving candidates from the campus are TCS,
IBM, Cogencies, Capgemini and many more.
|Company name||Average starting salary||% of students joined|
|Tata Consultancy Service||8 lakhs||13|
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