MIC ideally involves students and faculty members from different departments to generate interest in applied mathematics and computational sciences by providing students opportunities to:

  • Share ideas and enthusiasm with fellow students and faculty from any relevant department on campus
  • Explore career opportunities
  • Make contacts that will last a lifetime
  • Develop leadership skills

MIC encourages interdisciplinary participation by students from many departments on campus. Chapters include students from departments including Civil Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering. The activities of student chapters can include about career opportunities in applied mathematics and computational sciences, lectures given by guest speakers, team projects such as undergraduate competitions, social functions, and field trips to industrial laboratories.


MIC is associated with the following Student Chapters.




Table: No of Students enrolled to each of the Chapter:

Name of the Professional Body
No. of Students Registered
ISTE  271
IE 260
IEEE  63
CSI  75
ASME  17