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Many countries have one form of military university or the other in accordance with their needs. Examples of these are as follows:
a. The Army Institute of Technology (AIT), Pune, India is an engineering college meant only for the wards of Army personnel and run by the Indian Army Welfare Education Society. The President of the Board of Governors is the Chief of Army Staff.
b. Bundeswehr (German Armed Forces) University, Munich (Germany). One of only two federal research universities founded in 1973 as part of the German Armed Forces. It was initially established to offer civilian academic education to military officers; however it now admits civilians and international students. It has a well established scientific research facilities and forms part of Germany's two Excellence Clusters of the German's government's university Excellence Initiative.
c. Military University of Science and Technology (MIST), Bangladesh. MIST is the pioneer Technical Institute of the Bangladesh Armed Forces is the pioneer Institut