Maharishi Arvind Institutes belong to the non profitable organization which came into existence in 1975 has the glorious history of 35 years. Approved by AICTE, Govt.of India, Affiliated to Rajasthan Technical University, Kota, RUHS, Jaipur & PCI, New Delhi. Presently the dreams of the organization are being fulfilled through institutions operating from seven campuses at Jaipur & Kota in Rajasthan.
"Maharishi Institute of Engineering & Technology
has set its goal to be a leader in providing quality education
and training in Engineering, Management, Pharmacy and Hotel
Management, to contribute to the ever expanding knowledge
and skills in professional environment through scientific
inquiry, applied research and innovation and play a vital
role in socio- economic progress through technology providing
about futuristic professional leaders."
The primary objectives of the
Institute are :
MAIET is a pioneer self-financed institute, established
in 1999 in the State of Rajasthan. The institute is spread
over 6 acres of land in a lushgreen campus in the posh and
modern locality of Mansarovar, Jaipur. Railway station and
Bus stand (Sindhi Camp) are in the range of 8-9 Kms. from
the college and are connected through fast and frequent
transport facilities round the clock.
The management and faculty are fully committed to generate
excellence in academics and to attain the sacred goal of
making the students realize their full potential in all
dimensions of their personality.
Academic performance of our students has been constantly
outstanding and a significant number of students have secured
distinctions/positions at the University level examinations.
Innovative programme by the Institute
1. Teacher - Guardian Programme: The college has
initiated an innovative relationship concept-"Teacher
-Guardian Programme" whereby a faculty is required
to have a regular interaction with these students so as
to inculcate trust and confidence in them and to provide
guidance and support. This bond somewhat supplements and
compliments the family supports which is required by the
young students in new surrounding. The fruits of this endeavor
are visible in the creation of familial environment that
has resulted in a marked reduction in campus irregularities
specifically ragging . The students are also provided career
and personal counseling through these interactions.
2. Final Year Project: The final year students are
encouraged and also financially assisted to take-up cost
effective, technologically challenging and socially beneficial
project. All departmental heads are directed to maintain
a strong focus towards achieving this goal. The projects
have been well appreciated by senior faculties from reputed
institutes like MNIT, who regularly visit the institute
for project evaluation and on other occasion.
Facilities for Extra Curricular
Activities by the Institute:
1. Regular activities like quizzes, Debates, Seminars, Extempore,
Presentations and Group discussions to bring out the hidden
intellectual talent of students.
2. For holistic development of students mind ad body, sports
and cultural activities find an important position in the
academic calendar of the institute. Games like volley-ball,
Badminton, Tug-of-war, Cricket etc. have gained popularity
with the students.
3. The college cultural & sports week provides ample
opportunity to the students to exhibit their talent.
4. Constant recognition, financial support and encouragement
is also provided to the students who wish to participate
in similar events at inter-college state and national level.
5. A student website www.maietstudent.tripod.com completely
developed by the students, offers a common platform for
regular exchange of vibrant and dynamic views and had considerably
enhanced their interaction on an international level.
Social Interaction by the Institute:
The institute maintains a strong commitment of fulfilling
its social responsibility and has undertaken programme.
(a) Sahaja-Yoga classes: For achieving the physical
and spiritual well being, the college had offered its premises
at convenient timing on Sundays for the Sahaja-Yoga Classes.
This programme enabled a large number of students, staff
and local residents to avail of these facilities free of
(b) Blood-Donation Camp: The College frequently
organizes blood donation camps where students and staff
members make contributions for private blood banks, which
serve the public at large.
(c) Tree Plantation: Rapid strides in development
have raised serious concern regarding our fast deteriorating
nature resources, specially the trees, in residential neighborhoods.
Thus in order to create awareness in the young minds of
students and to enliven the surrounding, the institute,
through its students and staff, promotes free plantation
within and outside the campus at regular intervals.