Engineering programmes offered by MRITS demonstrate that their students attain the following outcomes:
    1)Promotion of language proficiency of the students with emphasis on improving their LSRW skills.
    2)Training students so that they are well versed with the practical applications of the theoretical knowledge they gain through the design of the prescribed syllabus.
    3)Overseeing the all round development of the students by providing diverse platforms for them to gain social, economical and industrial awareness and insights.
    4)Providing in- house teaching / training program to make the students ready for their professional endeavors in future.
    5)To encourage the students to become more creative and innovative by assigning mini projects in every subject from their first year in college.t.
Engineering Chemistry:
  • For every engineering student basic sciences are very important.
  • Every part of the universe is made up of chemicals. An engineering student studies chemistry so that he/she can make the perfect use of any resource available in the universe which helps in innovation and invention.
  • MRITS has a well equipped chemistry lab.
  • The students are given mini projects to further inculcate interest in chemistry.
Engineering Physics:
  • Engineering, being the science of measurement, has been the offspring of physics which plays the primary role in the professional courses of all the branches of engineering.
  • Without the application of concepts of physics there can be no technological developments. So the basic concepts are strengthened.
  • A fully equipped lab in the college caters to the needs of practical application of the subject.
Environmental Studies:
  • Environmental Education is aimed at increasing public awareness and knowledge about environmental issues, provide facts, opinions or the skills to make informed decisions and take environmentally responsible actions.
  • It teaches individuals holistic approach to an issue so that they can weigh various angles/ aspects through critical thinking and enhance their own problem solving skills.
  • It prepares students to respond to the challenges of moving towards an ecologically and socially sustainable world.
English Communication Skills Lab and Advanced English Communication Skills Lab

The students are trained to improve the communication skills required in formal and informal situations.

  • There are full fledged ELCS and AECS labs with 60 systems each, which enable the students to learn and improve the skills required for spoken English, listening, oral and written presentation, group discussion, role play, debate, interview, report writing, resume preparation and text to spoken.
  • All the skills mentioned above are imparted through computer-aided multimedia instruction and language acquisition.
  • It prepares students to respond to the challenges of moving towards an ecologically and socially sustainable world.
  • The theory sessions of English develop vocabulary, grammar, reading comprehension and writing skillsn.
  • They facilitate the required exposure to relevant literature through passages from different genres.