MIT Kundapur to Hold ‘Udyoga Mela 2016’ on April 30

Udupi: Moodlakatte institute of Technology Kundapur is hosting Udyoga Mela for the first time in Udupi district on April 30. It is a platform that brings together various companies, corporate houses, industries and aspirants from different areas.


Addressing the press meet held at the press club, Chairman of the college, Siddarth J Shetty said that the MITK Udyoga Mela aims at building a strong bridge between the current employment opportunities’ offered by a fast growing economy and the job aspirants. Recruiters from different industries spread across sectors like Agriculture, Manufacturing, Retail, Automobile, IT, BPO’s, Finance, Banking /Insurance, Telecom, Engineering, Hospitality and Construction will be invited.


Udyoga Mela aims at connecting thousands of unemployed rural and semi urban youth to the opportunities’ offered by a fast growing economy.

With the sole aim of helping job aspirants of Udupi and Dakshina Kannada Districts and to bring the youth to the mainstream, a platform is created, wherein employers could choose suitable candidates for their company as potential employees. Therefore, the MITK management is organising MITK Udyoga Mela – 2016.

“MITK is located in the beautiful green belt of coastal Karnataka, just adjacent to the Kundapur Railway Station at Moodlakatte. It is just four kilometers away from the town of Kundapur, 30 kilometers west from Kollur, 100 kilometers away to the north from Mangaluru and 400 kilometers away from the state capital Bengaluru,” Siddarth added.

Co-ordinator of the Udyoga Mela, Arun said that the Udyoga Mela 2016 is open to both skilled and unskilled youth, with varying levels of educational qualifications.


More than 20 reputed companies and over 1000 job aspirants will participate in the fair. Prominent companies participating are Infosys, Accenture, Mphasis, Hinduja Global Solutions, Wipro, Genisys, Vodafone, Prestige Group, Bharath Automotives, Purvankara, Suzlon, Billionsmiles Hospitality Pvt Ltd, TVS Training, Y Services Ltd, Softech Design Solutions Pvt Ltd, Nutech Software Pvt Ltd, Teamalease, Edugroup, Daffodils, Flo-Learning Solutions, SV Infra, Regeneriesis, Orient Bell, Bhima Jewellers and others.

Registration is free for candidates. The candidates will be guided at MITK Udyoga Mahiti Kendra. Selected candidates will get offer letters on the spot.

Candidates should get eight to fifteen passport size photographs along with updated resumes, copies of all marks cards attached. The participants have to be present at MITK campus, Kundapur at 8:30 am sharp.

For Registration/details Contact: 9731488528, 9972060143, 9945796476, 9844847554, 8722097810.

Prof Sathish Amsadi principal of the college, Melwin D’Souza and Arun Kashi were present in the press meet.

About Moodlakatte Institute of Technology Kundapur

The Moodlakkate Institute of Technology popularly know as MIT Kundapur was established in the year 2004 by Nagarathna Bhujanga Shetty Trust. MIT is today emerging as one of the most reputed engineering colleges in coastal Karnataka by developing as a center of excellence and imparting quality education in engineering. MIT Kundapura is a VTU Belagavi approved institution focusing on the students integration with state of the art facilities. The institution also has ISO 9001:2008 certification.

The college has 5 graduate courses in Engineering Discipline – Electronics and Communication; Electrical and Electronics, Computer Science, Mechanical and Civil and a postgraduate course in Business Administration (MBA).

The institute has achieved excellent placement record. Over 60 companies participated in the earlier placement drives conducted in college. Maximum numbers of students have been selected by various reputed companies.


  1. IF ONLY our PyareLallu Rampu would get off his high horse (literally) and come down to Moodlakatte and apply, PROBABLY with a word from Nalina Kumara he could be ‘fixed’ up with a PROPER job!

    And hey, Rampa, you would be in close proximity to the MIA too. Oh yeah, that would be a definite + point. You see, you wouldn’t NEED to bang on …. doors to DEMAND to know the names, jathaka, kundali, purana-shasthra’s of some morons caught at MIA. Your life’s SOLE ambition would be achieved. Rampa Kush. Sab kush. 😉

    Please give it a thought (i.e., if thought-processes) are possible for you. 🙂

  2. From massachusetts to Moodlakatte – All in one generation!!! Well, I can’t blame as we have many folks like Praveena Pinto who always had a dream to visit MIT campus once in their life!! No more visa hurdles. He can always take a bus to Kundaapura and visit MIT!! smiles…

    • “..folks like Praveena Pinto who always had a dream to visit MIT campus….He can always take a bus to Kundaaapoooora & visit MIT!! Smiles…” – Namma Rampe

      Lol! Like you took a boat from Bengare & landed in Boston before you trekked it to Miami? Smiles…

      And say, to know about my dreams, did you happen to pick up a crystal ball at Bloomingdale’s in Adventura Mall? You know, the one from China – buy 1, get 1 FREE?

      Man, Rampa! Do you REALLY have to smash ‘Alsande’ Pai on your own Original Rampai’s face? IS that how you get your jollies? Poor fella! Get well soon, ya Rampa. 🙂

  3. I couldn’t fully follow the gibberish posted by joker Pinto. Someone needs to remind him that MIT – Kundaapura is not same as Massachusetts Institute of Technology!! Then again, you are dealing with a person who don’t see any difference between Shankara aacharya’s philosophy and some insignificant ‘dinka-dinka’ song! You are dealing with someone who took months to understand a simple ‘biriyaani’ reference!! Oh well, let him visit MiT, Kundaapura and feel good! smiles….

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