Gramaudyogik Shikshan Mandal (GSM), Aurangabad is the parent trust of MIT, established in 1975 in Maharashtra, India, under the Bombay Public Trust Act.
It is also registered under the Societies Registration Act. Over the last four decades, GSM has established 20 institutes and developed Centers of Excellence in different fields of engineering and technology.
GSM has grown organically in three different provinces of India, namely, Maharashtra, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh. More than 12000 students are receiving quality education on GSM's different campuses.
These range from quality primary schooling to post graduate courses, as well as, targeted vocational training.
GSM, through its premier institutes referred to as MIT Group of Institutions or MIT, offers a wide range of programs.
These include graduation programs in agriculture, engineering and technology, information technology, architecture, food technology, health sciences and nursing; post graduation programs in food processing technology,
engineering and technology, management and architecture along with vocational training programs like polytechnic courses, industrial skill set programs and technical school level programs.
MIT has developed state of the art infrastructure, with greater emphasis on computer centers, learning aids and research laboratories,
at each of its institutes supported by qualified and dedicated staff members. MIT Group of institutions is proud of being recognized as a student centric and a faculty driven organization.
More than 15000 of our alumni are spread across the globe and performing quite well in different walks of life. They are the real brand ambassadors of MIT because their success reflects the contribution of our education in their careers and hence their lives.
MIT has been continuously encouraging its institutes to create conducive environment for exchange of knowledge, by developing linkages with industries and other organizations.
MIT is a pioneer in this endeavor and has successfully established mutually beneficial triangular partnership among academic institutions, industries and government organizations.
Such collaborative approach has facilitated trailblazing solutions to real-time problems of industries and paved a way for research projects. MIT has also fostered greater association with a lot of companies for student training and their placements.