President of India Shri Ram Nath Kovind addressed the Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya, as the ‘Kabir of Indian politics’ while delivering the 4th Memorial Lecture tributing to the revolutionary socialist political leader at NAAD amphitheatre of ITM University, Gwalior on February 11. Chaired by Nitish Kumar, the Chief Minister of Bihar, the lecture session was attended by the Governor of Madhya Pradesh - Smt. Anandiben Patel, Governor of Haryana - Shri Kaptan Singh Solanki, the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh- Shri Shivraj Singh Chauhan and the Cabinet Minister of Higher Education, Govt. of Madhya Pradesh - Shri Jai Bhan Singh Pawaiya.
Remembering Dr. Lohiya, the President said that he was the one who alwayssupported gender equality and the upliftment of the poor, downtrodden and outcaste. He added that in a life span of 57 years, Lohiya was imprisoned 18 times by the British government in attempts to win freedom for his country, was tortured tremendously in various ways, yet he did not give up his composure and patience and continuously yearned to his godly motherland for imparting him the brain of Shiva, heart of Krishna and deeds of Rama.
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ITM University, Gwalior, organises a memorial lecture in the remembrance of Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya, every year. Besides President Kovind, Vice-President Hamid Ansari, Home Minister Rajnath Singh, Justice B. Sudershan Reddy, the Judge of Supreme Court of India, also spoke at the event.
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ITM Vocational University, mechanical engineering:
The college has tie-ups with leading companies and industries like Siemens and L&T. The placement programme of previous batch was good. The college also provides placement counselling, and the placement officer is very supportive. But you need to work hard for good placements in mechanical branch. Overall, placements are satisfactory.
The faculty members of the college are well-educated and qualified. All of them are talented and support students as much as they can. They help students in the project or any subject related matters. Every faculty have their own teaching style. Regarding faculty, all of them are the best.
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ITM university is a pretty decent college in Madhya Pradesh. The infrastructure and all facilities are upto the mark and the fees is genuine according to the services they give. Teachers are friendly and cooperative. For placements, it is average as it is mostly the MNCs like TCS who visit with average package of ,3-4 lakhs.
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Its better than other colleges around vadodara but not the best considering MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. Still if you perform well you might land up getting a good placement. So work hard as the college have good facilties.
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