The computer society (then called Computer Club) of Madras Institute of Technology, Anna University, Chrompet was founded in 1983, by the students of non-InfoTech branches with a view of improving their knowledge in the field of computer science. During its initial years, the society mainly concentrated in getting expertise with the basics of computers and programming languages. Later it included the concepts from other streams. Now the society is divided into three streams.
This contest was started in the year 2007 and maintains a consistency in the participation of students from MIT. This also increased the number of ICPC (conducted by ACM) team participants in MIT. This competition is usually help every second week of the working months and consists of three rounds.
Community Service: This involves reaching out the young talents in Government Schools, Orphanages and Homes for physically challenged and helping them in learning computers. MIT, being a reputed institution with meritorious students, is only too happy to share the knowledge with young Students.
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