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Dr. Vishwanath Karad, the founder member of Maharashtra Academy of Engineering and Educational Research's (MAEER) had a vision to build a world class institution in Maharashtra. After due perusal with the authorities, Dr. Karad managed to attract the attention of the authorities to the intense need of private players to venture out in the field of professional education for the benefit of the state, and the rest is history. The journey of MAEER - in 1983 began with the establishment of Maharashtra Institute of Technology (MIT), one of the first private engineering colleges in Maharashtra which still remains the flagship institute of the group. With the sole objective of meeting the long felt need of a centre of scientific and educational research, which would meet the challenges of the present and the future technical advancements of the fast changing world, MIT Group of Institutions was established as a society and charitable trust.
MIT International School of Broadcasting and Journalism is focused on becoming a centre of excellence in media education and training. Adequate attention has been given to the paradigm shifts in media practices while formulating the curriculum for ISBJ’s academics in Mass Communication and related aspects. At ISBJ, the training is firmly rooted in the MIT ethos, with a judicious blend of tradition and modernity. This focus on value-based education and mastery over technical skills will provide ISBJ students with a springboard to exciting careers in the media industry. One of our main focuses is communication for ‘development’. We believe that media practitioners must acknowledge that democracy does not make any sense without development and development is not complete without a right to be heard. As social engineers, media practitioners, students should represent and reflect the aspirations of all sections of society.
Some of the channels, who offer internship to our trained media students