The team comprising of two Indian students, Sonali Gupta from Manipal Institute of Technology and Priyadeep Sinha from Indira Gandhi National Open University, was adjudged the first runner-up for its project Gyan (Knowledge) Lab and awarded a cash prize of $5,000.
What does MIT stand for?
MIT stands for Manipal Institute of Technology (Manipal, Karnataka, India)
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- Magnetic Imaging Technology
- Magyar Immunológiai Társaság (Hungarian Society for Immunology)
- Maharashtra Institute of Technology (India)
- Maintenance Induced Trouble (Cisco)
- Major Investigation Team (UK)
- Man In Trouble
- Managed Information Technology (automated maintenance and monitoring of computers and network equipment)
- Management Information Tree (TMN)
- Management of Information Technology
- Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation (Canada)
- Manufacturing Information Technology (various organizations)
- Manukau Institute of Technology (Auckland, New Zealand)
- Mapúa Institute of Technology (Manila, Philippines)
- Market If Touched (trading markets; stocks, bonds, commodities)
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Master Installation Tape
- Master Instruction Tape
- Master of Information Technology
- Material In Transit
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Mr Ranganath, whose father works in Bahrain, will pursue his Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Communication Engineering at Manipal Institute of Technology in India.
After receiving a bachelor's degree in Architecture from the Manipal Institute of Technology, Karnataka, India, in 1990, Karunakaran worked as an Architect in Dubai until 1993.
He holds an MBA from the University of Rochester, an MS in Computer Science from Virginia Tech and an undergraduate degree in Electronics and Communications from Manipal Institute of Technology.