MIT College of Management (MITCOM), Kothrud
Though not in the heart of Pune, MIT College of Management, Kothrud has very very good accessibility. There are special buses for MIT from Katraj, as well as a few other places. So getting to the college is not very hard, even if you don’t have your own vehicle. But again, in over 50% of the students have their own bikes.
The infrastructure of this particular institute feels like it’s been given a step motherly treatment, looking at the other MIT colleges. The infrastructure at best can be called just okay, and just the bare minimum. Class rooms are small and congested, and the chairs uncomfortable. But the surprising part is that the classes are equipped with latest projectors. We guess, that might be more important than comfortable human seating conditions. The library is very small, just about the size of a classroom. The issues, don’t end here, the students have to climb six floor, because there Is no elevator, which is not only tiring, but also time wasting. Wireless Internet is still not setup, but they say it’s going to be available soon. And there is nothing the students can do in their leisure time.
• General Management
• Retail Business Management
• Agri & Food Business Management
• Project & Construction Management
• Executive MBA
• Management Development Center
Fees and Placements:
The fees at MITCOM, is Rs. 3.05 Lakh per year for General Management Course, and Rs.3,50,000 for Retail, and Agri management courses.
The placement scene at MITCOM is not something out of the world, or anything to die for. The college does its part in getting companies over to the campus, there on the students have to show their mettle. And a general trend with students over here is that the retail management students are preferred over others. The average salary is around Rs. 3.5 Lakh to Rs.4 Lakh per annum, and the highest has gone till Rs.5 Lakh per annum.
The faculty at MITCOM, are senior and certainly very experienced. They speak in fluent English, and teach their respective subjects well. No issues on that part. But some professors as the students say are arrogant, and their behaviour usually is not in accordance with the class, which the students are put-off with. No other activities apart from academic learning is allowed, nor is the concept of a fresher’s party.
Seminars & Industry Interaction:
Crowd & Campus life:
Nothing much can be said about the crowd at MITCOM. In a few words, the crowd is vulgar and absolutely weird. The crowd doing agri management is all the more vulgar and annoying. We would not want to talk more about them anyway. In terms of work-ex, most of the students are freshers, with absolutely no experience at all.
Campus life is pretty hectic, with lectures from 9 A.M. till 6 in the evening on the 6th floor. The climb also adds up to the already hectic life. So technically there is no way to enjoy even a bit of college life.
MAEER's MIT College of Management.
S.No. 124, Saraswati Vishwa Building,"A" Wing,
3rd Floor, MIT Campus, Paud Road, Kothrud,
Phone : +919373038554, +918308004040, +918308007979
Website : www.mitcom.edu.in
Not as good as the other reputed MIT colleges, and certainly lies very low on the preference list of students.