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MAEER’s MIT Group of Institutions, Pune is a conglomerate of 72+ institutions, providing education from Kindergarten to Research Programmes since 1983. At any given point of time almost 60,000+ students are seeking their Graduate, Postgraduate and Research Programmes in the streams like Engineering, Medical, Pharmacy, Management, Naval, Aerospace, Teacher Education and Government till School Education.

The Founder, Executive Director & Managing Trustee of MAEER’s MIT Group of Institutions, Pune – Dr. Vishwanath D. Karad has a noble desire to start 100 schools in India as in the finest tradition to provide a resource based education with global opportunities for academic growth and development and assure that all learners are provided with the necessary life skills and competencies to function productively in an ever changing society while retaining Indian values and philosophy, Hence he initiated the School division named VISHWASHANTI GURUKUL SCHOOLS (MITVGS). Approximately 25 schools, with varied curricula like IB, IGCSE, CBSE and State Board have been established under the flagship of MIT Group in the State of Maharashtra & Madhya Pradesh.

MIT Group – National Robocon

We are proud to bring to your notice that in association with Asia Broadcasting Union (ABU) and Doordarshan, MIT Group of Institutions, Pune has been hosting National Robocon (A yearly event on Robotics) for engineering students since last 10 years and approx. 80 to 100 engineering colleges from all over India participates in this event. MIT Group too has hosted the International Robocon twice in Pune. Many countries like Brunei, Darussalam, Egypt, Fiji, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, and Nepal among others participate in this International Robocon.

Journey of Junior Robocon

In order to take this spirit among youngsters and to accomplish the awareness of robotics in school student fraternity, MITVGS in association with MIT Academy of Engineering, Pune (MITAOE) has taken unique initiative of organizing National Level Junior Robocon since 4 years, wherein around 1000 students from the western Indian an Southern Indian states participate and exhibit their creativity and talent.

Why Junior Robocon?

  • To be familiar with robotics and ongoing technologies.
  • To get an exposure to the field of robotics.
  • To compete at national level.
  • To acquire interpersonal skills through team work.
  • To enhance innovative skills.
  • To develop scientific temper.
  • To provide hands-on training on building a robot and various theoretical concepts of robotics through boot camps.
  • Mentoring students by resolving problems related to robotics.

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