Team of 6 from MBITS was selcted for SMART INDIA HACKATHON HARDWARE EDITION 2022 finale at QIS College of Engineering and Technology, Andra Pradesh from 25 th to 29 th August 2022.
Mar Baselios Institute of Technology and Science (MBITS) NAAC Accredited, Kothamangalam, Kochi, Kerala, India was started in the year 2009 upholding the motto, “Wisdom Crowns Knowledge” and aims to provide quality higher education at par with international standards, particularly enhancing rural youths. The NAAC accredited institute offers various B.Tech, M.Tech and PhD programmes with 458 annual intake. MBITS offers highly affordable fees and scholarships provided by Mar Thoma Cheriapally, Kothamangalam and Government of India. The global standards set at MBITS in the field of teaching, research and constantly encourages students for a relentless pursuit of excellence through highly experienced teachers. The institute imparts innovative technical education and gives importance to discipline, result, consultancy, placement and prepare the students technologically superior and ethically strong.
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* As per APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University guidelines, for Computer Science and Engineering
* Intake - 4 Seats
The global standards set at MBITS in the field of teaching, research and constantly encourages students for a relentless pursuit of excellence through highly experienced teachers. The institute imparts innovative technical education and give importance to discipline, result, placement and prepare the students technologically superior and ethically strong. MBITS is equipped with the most modern machines required for study, consultancy and research as the major strength of the institute, with an infrastructure of 3 lakh square feet.
The institute was one among the two venues in Kerala for Smart India Hackathon 2017, which was an initiative of Government of India and got appreciation from various Central Ministries and departments. During the program Padma Bhushan Dr. Vijay P. Bhatkar, Chancellor, Nalanda University congratulated MBITS and made a remarkable comment, “exemplary management”. MBITS team won first prize and cash award of Rs one lakh in 2019 Smart India Hackathon, at Bangalore. Another team from MBITS won first prize and Rs one lakh cash award for the Kerala state level short film competition in 2019. An overall 98.8% pass for S8 B.Tech 2020 batch is a distinct honor.
It is worth mentioning that the Electrical department of MBITS secured highest pass percentage (93.3%) among all the engineering colleges affiliated to APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University (Formerly Kerala Technological University) in the recent second semester university examination of 2016-20 batch and all the departments are consistently maintaining very good results. MBITS got overall tenth position in KTU among self-financing colleges B.Tech S1 results of 2016-20 batches.
More than 17,000 participants from about 1,800 institutions in India and abroad attended free webinars on various topics conducted by MBITS in partnership with many organisations such as VSSC ISRO, ASAP, Govt of Kerala, NIT Warangal, APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University, Kerala; School of Management and Business Studies, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala, Kerala Strat-up mission, YMCA, Accredited Training Online, Canada; DRJ Telecom, USA and TCS in 2020.
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At MBITS there is a constant drive towards promoting the students and faculty to update the knowledge about the upcoming technologies, thereby always assuring that the work done are with upto date technology. We are always committed towards helping the local community. Main works are
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The institute not only moulds a student into a professional graduate but also nurture him as a socially responsible human being, with values and extends their hands to the deserving. The “Punarjeni” projects implemented by student volunteers of NSS unit in association with the state government have done various social works around Kothamangalam and well appreciated by various agencies and media. Equipment worth Rs 86 Lakhs belonging to Government Hospitals in Ernakulam district were recreated through the “Punarjani” project and received prestigious awards from state Finance Minister Dr Thomas Issac and KTU Pro-Vice Chancellor Dr. M Abdul Rahman during different occasions in 2017.
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MBITS has been an online examination centre since 2012 for various prestigious national level exams like JEE, GATE, JIPMER, AIIMS, IIT exams, IBPS, State Bank exams etc. Experts from IITs and other reputed organizations have commented about the excellent arrangements and facilities.
113 students from MBITS received the prestigious scholarships from Government of India during the last academic year and is progressing with review of eligible candidates for the current academic year.
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Scholarship up to 90% of the tuition fees awarded by Mar Thoma Cheria Pally, Kothamangalam to meritorious students under Management Quota, based on KEAM Rank or Plus Two results
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Students are actively involved in arts and sports. A team of faculties is engaged for leading the events.
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Boys and Girls hostels are functioning within the campus.
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The College is located by the side of NH49 near Nellimattom, 5 Kms from Kothamangalam town and is situated on the way to Munnar, a world-famous tourist destination and Hill Station.
Well connected with all major routes and MBITS provides college buses to
National Service Scheme Special appreciation award 2020-21
Asst. Professor Shiju Ramachandran (Program Officer, National Service Scheme) has won the Special appreciation award for the works under KTU care project of APJAKTU NSS Cell. G. Sreedhar, NSS Regional Director handed over the award. KTU V C Dr. M S Rajasree inaugurated the program. Pro V C Dr. S Ayoob, Syndicate member Sanjeev G, State NSS officer Dr. Ansar N M, KTU NSS program coordinator Dr. Joy Varghese also attended the program.