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Second year student team led by Mr. Pratik Kumar Mishra and mentored by Dr. Priti Gupta has been selected among the Top 100 teams for IICDC 2019 Semi Finals-Phase-1 of DST-Texas instrument (IICDC 2019)
Congratulations to Dr. Ganesh - Assistant Professor, Department of ISE, on being awarded the BEST YOUNG SCIENTIST AWARD from Novel Research Academy
Congratulations to SUMA N.G (M.Tech CSE) for securing VTU 1st rank and winning University Gold Medal
Congratulations to Dr. Para Nath Singh for winning Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Excellence Award of Education-2020 award
Congratulations Mr. Siri H R for securing an offer of 23 LPA from Canbright Co. Ltd. (through Zenken)
Congratulations Mr Rahul RD Sahoo(BE-CSE) for securing an offer of ₹21+ LPA from Spacegrab, a Japanese company
Hearty Congratulations to Mr. Ashutosh Bhatte (M.Tech - CSE 2020) for securing a 22 LPA CTC from Synechron Technologies.
CMRIT ranked 32nd among Top 50 pvt. engg. colleges as per BW-ICARE survey 2018
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“CMRIT is an institution which educates through challenge. It takes students out of their comfort zone, driving them to question the status quo, and see things critically. Education at this institution builds character by pushing students to raise the bar and exceed their own expectations. It is centered around the philosophy of learning through practice, and this extends well beyond the confines of the classroom. For these reasons, I always thought CMRIT to be an institution where one could become one what one wanted to become. But in the years that have passed, I’ve come to appreciate that this is also an institution where one realizes what one wants to become, and gains the confidence to chart one’s own course. Herein lies the difference between an institution that teaches, and one that educates.
CMRIT has had an important role in my own development as an engineer and as a scientist, and I remain indebted to the wonderful faculty at this institution for the years of encouragement, support, and their unwavering belief in their students’ abilities”
Dr. Sumeet Kumar,
CEO, Innatera Nanosystems BV, Delft,
Project Manager, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
“CMRIT transformed this poor student with a not-so- great CET rank into a college rank holder. I did work hard but an equal part – if not more – was played by my teachers whose efforts, patience and guidance gave me the precious gift of actually learning how to think. Any school can teach a student a formula. Very few can truly explain to that student how he/she can apply that formula to a real-world problem – that is the essence of Engineering.”
Mr. Karan Jumani,
R & D Engineering Manager,
Knowles Corp, USA.
“My four years at CMR Institute of Technology were memorable for igniting my interest in electronics and for forming some wonderful friendships that I still count on today. Beyond the prescribed curriculum, there was additional impetus from the faculty to have exposure to industry and academia. These came in the form of talks and interactive sessions with industry professionals, alumni, and encouragement to attend conferences. A strong placement cell bringing several top employers for on campus recruitment and alumni & faculty providing information, necessary references to pursue higher education in the country and abroad, opened many opportunities for me and my peers for life after graduation. I look back fondly, eight years after leaving the halls of CMRIT.”
Ms. Mayuri S,
Scientist (Raman Research Institute),
Postdoctoral Scholar (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab)
“When I reflect on my four years in the CMRIT undergraduate program, I conclude that the experience not only made me a better engineer but also prepared me in unpredictable ways for my career. Through classes with incredibly supportive classmates and professors who were nothing short of champions, I was challenged to discover talents I didn’t know I had.
The faculty allowed me to express myself freely both on a personal and intellectual level—they truly supported me with any interest I had or any situation I was facing.
The faculty and administrative members of CMRIT were always supportive, kind and, more importantly, treat students as colleagues. I have become more confident due to such a nurturing and friendly environment. Every single student’s intellectual potential can be fully explored owing to the rigorous training and constant mentorship one gets from CMRIT.
My fellow students were my best friends, best colleagues, and best critics; and they continue to be so to this day.
Having been shaped in part by the collegial and creative, yet rigorous, environment at CMRIT, I found myself able to communicate, innovate, and collaborate in ways that enabled me to build a successful engineering career at ARM Inc. Bangalore, and eventually to find a rewarding research career in NVIDIA research lab, California.
n my current role as Ph.D. Candidate, School of Computing, University of Utah, I work with the faculty, with the students, and with the broader community, I draw every day on the dispositions I developed during my time at CMRIT. It was a wonderful time in my life, and the best educational experience I’ve had. A lot of people think back to undergrad school and shudder.; In my case, I think back to four years of uninterrupted good times.
Mr. VINU J,
Research Intern NVIDIA Research Labs, California,
Ph.D. Candidate, School of Computing, University of Utah