Maharashtra Institute of Technology - Art, Design and Technology University

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MIT - Art, Design and Technology University (MIT-ADTU)
TypeAutonomous private university
Location, ,

The MIT Art, Design and Technology University (MIT-ADTU) is an autonomous private university in Loni Kalbhor, Pune, Maharashtra, India. Its 73 institutions are gathered by the MIT Group of Institutions.[1]


The MIT Art, Design and Technology University was founded in 2015.[2]

In 2016, the MIT Institute of Design was incorporated into the MIT University, Pune. The college first offered Product Design courses in 2006 and later grew to add more courses in its offerings.


The institute offers Graduate and Postgraduate level courses, namely Graduate Diploma Program (GDP)[3] Postgraduate Diploma Program (PGDP)[4] in various concentrations


  • The MIT Institute of Design (MITID), founded 2006: Undergraduate and post-graduate programs in industrial, communication and fashion design.[5]
  • The MIT International School of Broadcasting and Journalism (MIT-ISBJ), founded 2008: Post-graduate programs in mass communications and journalism
  • The MIT School of Engineering: Programmes in computer engineering, aerospace engineering, mechatronics engineering, energy engineering, civil engineering, IT engineering and electronic & communication engineering[1]
  • The College of Food Technology[1]
  • The School of Music & Performing Arts, managed by Lata Mangeshkar[1]
  • The School of Film & Television, managed by Jabbar Patel[6]


The campus is 120 acres large, and 3,000 students reside in the campus' residencies.[2][1]

The academic wing houses classrooms and studio space, multiple computer labs, a model shop with traditional tools as well as rapid prototyping technologies (multi-axis CNC, laser-cutting, and multiple types of 3D printing), painting facilities.

The university houses sporting facilities (Olympic size swimming pool, gymnasium, football ground, cricket ground), a fully staffed hospital, a convention center and grounds.


  • 2017: Best University campus award by the Associated Chambers of Commerce India (Assocham)[1]


  1. ^ a b c d e f "MIT-ADT University: Shaping promising careers". 14 August 2017. Retrieved 13 August 2018.
  2. ^ a b "MIT Art, Design and Technology University Act, 2015". Retrieved 13 August 2018.
  3. ^ "GDP Programme Details".
  4. ^ "PGDP Design Programme Details".
  5. ^ "MIT Institute of Design a Constituent of MIT Art Design and Technology University, Pune MIT Institute of Design". Retrieved 13 August 2018.
  6. ^ Cite error: The named reference mit-adt University was invoked but never defined (see the help page).

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