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  1. 1. ITM CAMPUS Institute was set up in 1999 By Mata Shree Leelawati Shikshan Sansthan, a registered education society, engaged in various philanthropic activities. CAMPU S
  2. 2. His Excellency, Shri. T.N. Chaturvedi , The well known administrator, educationist and parliamentarian, presently Governor of Karnataka is the Founder President of both, the Society and the Institute.
  3. 3. The Institute aims at promoting value based quality education in the emerging areas of advanced professional studies like Information Technology, Computer Science and Applications & Management.
  4. 4. ““Excellence  Through Excellence  Through  Perseverance”Perseverance” VISION The Institute aims to be a center of excellence in education, training, consultancy and research in Information Technology, Management , Para Medical and Allied Health Courses and other emerging related areas of advanced professional studies .
  5. 5. Let us Live together, Let us enjoy together. Let us engage in joint endeavour. Let us pursue our academics vigorously. Let us not be envious of each other. Let peace be with all.
  6. 6. The Institute endeavors to contribute towards meeting the growing demands of competent and trained Professionals, responsive to and capable of meeting the current and emerging challenges determined to achieve excellence.
  7. 7. The alliance has been entered to encourage:  Joint Educational and Research Activities.  Exchange of faculty members for research, lectures and discussions. International Alliance IITM and Hunan Business College, Changsha, China
  8. 8. The alliance has been entered to encourage:  Exchange of students and professionals for study and research.  Organization of joint academic and scientific conferences. International Alliance IITM and Hunan Business College, Changsha, China
  9. 9. S The Campus provides a pleasant and intellectually Stimulating ambienceprovides a pleasant and intellectually Stimulating ambience Front View
  10. 10. CAMPU S The Campus provides a pleasant and intellectually Stimulating ambienceprovides a pleasant and intellectually Stimulating ambience Reception
  11. 11. CAMPU S The Campus provides a pleasant and intellectually Stimulating ambienceprovides a pleasant and intellectually Stimulating ambience Reception
  12. 12. CAMPU S The Campus provides a pleasant and intellectually Stimulating ambienceprovides a pleasant and intellectually Stimulating ambience Reception
  13. 13. CAMPU S The Campus provides a pleasant and intellectually Stimulating ambienceprovides a pleasant and intellectually Stimulating ambience Rear View
  14. 14. CAMPU S The Campus provides a pleasant and intellectually Stimulating ambienceprovides a pleasant and intellectually Stimulating ambience Inside view with Board
  15. 15. The Campus provides a pleasant and intellectually Stimulating ambienceprovides a pleasant and intellectually Stimulating ambience Dr. Rachita Rana Director
  16. 16. Spacious , airy and well lit lecture theatres, seminar rooms, syndicate rooms. A well equipped multi-lab computer center. A well stocked library. Provision for auditorium. A Meditation room. Provision for Gymnasium, indoor and outdoor games. Student's activity center. Cafeteria etc. The Campus provides a pleasant and intellectually Stimulating ambience with the following features:
  17. 17. COMPUTER CENTER The Institute has state of the art, air-conditioned multi-lab 'Computer Center'
  18. 18. The Institute’s state of the art, air-conditioned multi- lab 'Computer Center' has the following facilities:  High end multimedia workstations in the ratio of 1:1  High end Pentium-IV servers with windows NT/
  19. 19. The Institute’s state of the art, air- conditioned multi-lab 'Computer Center' has the following facilities:  Licensed software under academic alliance with Microsoft  LAN connectivity through structured cabling .  Peripheral support including scanners, laser printers color inkjets, Dot matrix printers, CD writers etc.
  20. 20. The Institute’s state of the art, air-conditioned multi-lab 'Computer Center' has the following facilities:  100% power backup .  Internet connectivity through two ISDN Lines of 128 Kbps each  A broadband  RF internet connection, to be provided by Primus –Tel.
  21. 21. LIBRAR Y The well stocked library has more than 10000 volumes of latest books
  22. 22. LIBRAR Y
  23. 23. The Institute maintains a fully computerized library with a well accomplished stock of:  Text books  Reference Books  CD-ROMs  Video Cassettes  Biographies  Encyclopedia, dictionaries  Professional Journals LIBRAR Y
  24. 24.  IT Magazines  Management Magazines  The Library has a rich collection of books on variety of subjects.
  25. 25. LECTURE THEATRES
  26. 26. To provide an excellent learning environment , the lecture theatres are equipped with: • Air-conditioning • Over Head Projector • Public Address System • Internet connectivity • LAN connectivity • Audio visual Systems.
  27. 27. STRATEGY
  28. 28.  Pre-induction training is imparted to the newly appointed lecturers through marathon group discussions, interactions with senior educationists and senior professors.  Training with respect to course objectives, teaching methodology, communication techniques, lesson preparation, student management.
  29. 29.  Faculty is inspired to develop an aptitude for self development, commitment and dedication with a sense of professional accountability.  Sponsorship to “Faculty Development Programs” organized / conducted by outside agencies.
  30. 30. PEDAGOGY
  31. 31. The pedagogy comprises of  an array of teaching methods including:  Class room lectures, Group discussions  Lectures on special topics by experts  Shared team work by students on assigned projects  Carefully designed and duly graded laboratory exercises  Comprehensive live  Projects   PEDAGOGY
  32. 32. TEACHING METHODOLOGY  Structured to impart knowledge in an organized and efficient way  Ensures conceptual base of theoretical knowledge and practical proficiency  Encourages student-teacher synergy in knowledge transfer  Imparts technical skills to develop students capability for problem solving
  33. 33.  Building up interpersonal skills for excellent team work  Sharpening communication and presentation skills  Project work, Industrial training and Industrial visits.
  34. 34. UNIQUE MENTOR-MENTEE CONCEPT  Each class has been divided into two group of 30 students each.  Each group has regular meetings under  the charge of a mentor, a senior  faculty member.  This  provides an  opportunity to the mentor to pay attention  to the education and personal growth of each student  in his group.  The mentor acts as friend, philosopher and guide to his students.
  35. 35. GUEST LECTURES Eminent Subject Experts are invited  to address our students  on current developments and issues with bearing on future developments in Industry. This gives a valuable first hand opportunity to  our students to meet industry giants and have a face to face interaction with them.
  36. 36. STUDENT FITNESS PROGRAMME Students are invited to organize and participate in various team- games to imbibe team spirit and sportsmanship. Track and field games organized include:  Lawn Tennis  Cricket  Basket Ball  Football
  37. 37. Indoor Games  Chess  Carom Board  Table Tennis Court Based Outdoor Games  Volley Ball  Badminton   GAMES PROVIDED AT THE CAMPUS ARE:
  38. 38. STRESS MANAGEMENT  Yogasan  have an extra ordinary capacity to overhaul, rejuvenate and bring the system to a state of balance.  Meditation unlocks the hidden powers of mind and body. Its regular practice relaxes the mind and promotes concentration.
  39. 39. Co-curricular activities like Group Discussions, Elocution Contests , IT quiz, Class Presentations, Debates and Inter Institute Competitions  etc. are held regularly. These activities contribute to the  stimulation of  the  thinking process and holistic personality development of the students. CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
  40. 40. EXCELLENT RESULT Results of our institute have been the Best in the University.
  41. 41. PLACEMENT The Placement Cell at IITM maintains constant communication with leading organizations in the industry, both in India and Abroad. It functions through an active Placement Committee with faculty and students sharing responsibilities for conducting:  Guest Lectures  Summer Industrial Projects / Training / Placement  Final Placement of Students
  42. 42. OUR ESTEEMED INDUSTRY PARTNERS
  43. 43. We may not build up theWe may not build up the future for our youth but wefuture for our youth but we can certainly build our youthcan certainly build our youth for the future.for the future.

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