Manav Rachna Panorama

MREI IS A HUB OF ACTIVITIES

MREI are accredited by respective Indian and globally acknowledged bodies. Like all leading names, it is reviewed for reaccreditation from time to time. The institutions meet the standards for accreditation established by an accrediting agency. These standards ensure that an institution has appropriate and clear goals, sufficient resources to achieve them, is fulfilling its objectives, and will continue to do so. The process provides MREI with an opportunity for reflection, honest assessment of strengths and weaknesses, along with a chance to develop strategies for continued improvement. Over a span MREI have achieved respectable rankings and academic accolades. This puts them in a different league altogether. Besides academics, they have received awards and recognition in sports and extracurricular activities. MREI are a major center for research and development covering various areas. Corporates in partnership, take full advantage of the expertise and resources that drive innovation. Here, an atmosphere of open innovation sparks new ideas, jump-starts discovery, accelerates progress and expands the frontiers of science.

GLORIOUS RECORD OF PLACEMENTS, SUCCESS AND KNOWLEDGE

Across the journey of last 21 years, 50,000+ students, including an alumni base exceeding 25,000+, have been seen walking the MREI corridors of knowledge. With more than 500 reputed MNCs and Indian corporates patronizing MREI for student training and placement, the organization boasts of a consistently high placement record.

AN ARRAY OF ACCREDITATIONS

MANAV RACHNA INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF RESEARCH AND STUDIES  (MRIIRS)

MRIIRS Faridabad, which is a Deemed-to-be-University under Section 3 of the UGC Act 1956, has been accredited by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) with ‘A’ Grade. This distinction places the Institution in the premier league of the top-rated universities of the country.

The National Board of Accreditation (NBA) has accredited MRIIRS for its B.Tech – Mechanical Engg., Computer Engg. and Electronics & Communication Engg (2004-2007). It has also provided accreditation for B.Tech – Mechanical Engg., Computer Engg, Information Technology, Electronics & Communication Engg (2007-2010). Accreditation has also been granted by Tata Consultancy Services, Maruti Suzuki Limited, HCL Technology, L&T InfoTech, Campus Connect Programme of Infosys and Partnership with Dell EMC Corporation for training on Cloud Computing, Data Storage and Data Mining.

QS STAR RATING

Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies has been awarded the prestigious QS Stars rating. The Institution was rated five stars in teaching, facilities, social responsibility and inclusiveness, becoming the first university from India to receive 5 stars in 4 categories. The QS Stars evaluation is a comprehensive audit which has rated over 275 universities in over 45 countries. This system is also recognized by government agencies as a test of quality for an institution and is considered a gateway to accreditation.

AUCKLAND INSTITUTE OF STUDIES (AIS), Auckland, New Zealand provides NZQA Accredited Diploma, UG and PG level Programmes. It has partnered with MRIIRS to provide curriculum and accreditation support for BBA-(Global) IB and B.Sc.-I.T. programmes. The programme includes in – built 4 weeks internship at AIS, New Zealand.

The B.Arch. programme at MRIIRS is approved by Council of Architecture.

Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies is a member of the Association of Indian Universities (AIU).

MANAV RACHNA UNIVERSITY (MRU)

MRU (erstwhile Manav Rachna College of Engineering, accredited by the NAAC as an ‘A’ Grade Institution) is a state private University under section 2(f) of the UGC Act 1956. TCS has accredited the Institute and opens the placement season in campus. The institute has been designated as nodal centre for virtual lab by NHRD, Government of India and Nodal Centre for National Entrepreneurship Centre. MRU is a member of Association of Indian Universities (AIU).

MANAV RACHNA DENTAL COLLEGE (MRDC)

MRDC has also been accredited by NAAC with ‘A’ Grade- making it the 1st Dental College in Haryana to achieve this distinction.

STUDENTS FROM ACROSS THE GLOBE AT MREI

Manav Rachna Educational Institutions attract students from all across the country and abroad. Currently, it has students from almost all States/Union Territories in India and 18 foreign countries.

386 FILED PATENTS, 4000+ PUBLISHED RESEARCH PAPERS

With a commitment to excellence across diverse spheres of education, MREI is focused on R&D with 386 patents filed/ granted and more than 4000+ published research papers in International / National journals and conferences. The focus at Manav Rachna Innovation and Incubation Centre (MRIIC) is on applied research leading to patents, research publications in reputed Journals/ Conferences and generation of IPRs, with the ultimate aim of improving employability skills of the University Graduates. MRIIC has a number of centres of excellence in association with reputed corporates.

ACADEMIC TIE-UPS WITH LEADING FOREIGN UNIVERSITIES

In its quest for excellence, Manav Rachna Educational Institutions have entered into Academic tie-ups with a number of prestigious foreign Universities. The notable ones include Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades eTecnologias, Portugal, The University of Wisconsin, USA, Nottingham Trent University, UK, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK. University of Regina, Canada, University of Malaya, Malysia, T.C Beykent University, Turkey, Syrian Private University, Syria, Asia University,

Akamai University, USA, Al Mustaqbal University College, Iraq, Karabuk University, Turkey, The University of Nottingham, U.K, Auburn University at Montgomery, USA, Purdue University North West (USA), Lahti University Finland, Algonquin College, Ottawa, (Canada), Auckland Institute of Studies (AIS), Auckland, (New Zealand), University Pendidikan Sultan Indris (Malaysia), Tsukuba University (Japan), Missouri State University, Missouri, (USA), Arlington, (USA), Royal Agricultural University (U.K), Bangladesh Institute of Sports Sciences (BISS) (Bangladesh), Hiram College, Ohio, (USA), Gerlev Physical Education and Sports Academy, (Denmark), Binawan Institute of Health Sciences, (Indonesia), College Sevigne, ParisFrance, University College of NorthernDenmark (UCN), Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) San Abtonio, Texas, (USA), HasanKalyoncu University, (Turkey), Istanbul Commerce University, (Turkey), Istanbul Kultur University, (Turkey), University of Sinaloa, (Mexico) & Antioquia School of Columbia (USA) & University of Pitesti (Romania). Abdullah Gul University (Turkey), President University, Curtin University, Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) and Vinh University, Vietnam,The EIA University,Collegeboard, Polessky State University,Pinsk, Belarus, Carleton University, Canada, Korean Culture, The Association of International Accountants (AIA), Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia, University of New Castle, Australia, Universidad Nacional Villa Maria, Argentina, EducExcellenceHelsinki Metropolitan Universities of Applied Sciences, Finland, Haaga Helia University of Applied Sciences, Laurea University of Applied Sciences, Metropolia University of Applied Sciences.

RESEARCH COLLABORATIONS

Manav Rachna has Collaborations with Indian Oil Corporation, R&D Centre, Faridabad, Translational Health Science and Technology Institute, Faridabad, Council of Scientific & Industrial Research, Indian Institute of Petroleum, Dehradun & National Institute of Immunology, New Delhi

LEADING INDUSTRY ACADEMIC PARTNERS

MREI has partnered with leading names in Industry and Academia for its various programs. Notable ones include: IBM, which is well-known multi-national conglomerate having a turnover of more than US$ 100 billion and worldwide business in computer hardware/ software, IT services and consulting; JBM, a $1.35 billion conglomerate with interests in automobiles, Bus manufacturing, Railways,

Engineering & design services, renewable energy and education sectors; SAP SE (Systems, Applications & Products in Data Processing) a German multinational software corporation that makes enterprise software to manage business operations and customer relations; ICICI Direct Centre for Financial Learning delivers professional financial programmes; Xebia a specialized global IT Consultancy and Services company focusing on Enterprise development, agile development, DevOps, and Outsourcing services; CL Educate Ltd which focuses on diverse segments of education, and across learners of multiple age-groups with a passion for excellence in education. Chanakya IAS Academy which aims to develop amongst its students a competitive attitude along with sound academic base with quality teaching and individual attention as its hallmark and Cygnus Hospitals, Superspeciality hospital chain of medical excellence, with strength of more than 1000 beds, providing international standard healthcare.

Other renowned names include SuKam, KPMG, Fortis Healthcare, EdGate Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Mitsubishi Electric India (MEI), Reliance-Jio, Honda, Siemens, R-System, INTEL (Internet of Things (IOT), ATMEL India University Program, Dell-EMC, MothersonSumi, Sky Testers, Small Industrial Development Bank Of India  (SIDBI), FICCI, PHD Chamber of Commerce, National Institute for Entrepreneurship & Small Business Development (NISBUD) & All India Management Association (AIMA) are the some of our industrial associates.

CONSISTENT TOP RANKINGS ACROSS INSTITUTES

  • MRIIRS has been ranked among the Top Educational Institutions of the country in the prestigious ‘India Rankings 2018’ by NIRF, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India, across three categories: Top Universities, Top Engineering and Top Management Institutions
  • Manav Rachna University bestowed with QS I-Gauge Gold rating. Modeled after QS Stars International, QS I-Gauge provides a unique 360 degree perspective to Indian Institutions.
  • FMS, MRIIRS ranked as top emerging B-School of India in Management Institutes rankings 2017 by National HRD Network (NHRDN) and Shine.com
  • Faculty of Management Studies, Manav Rachna International Institute of Research & Studies (Deemed to be University) ranked among the top 40 B-Schools of India by Business India B-School survey 2017.
  • Manav Rachna University (formerly Manav Rachna College of Engineering) has been ranked among Top 30 Engineering institutes across the country (closely behind all the IITs, NITs and BIT) by Times of India (June 16, 2015). This ranks MRU (formerly MRCE)
    at No. 9 among Engineering Institutes in North India. The survey has also ranked MRU (formerly MRCE) at No. 10 among the Private Engineering Colleges across the country
  • The Pioneer special edition on June 5, 2014 ranked Manav Rachna Dental College among India’s Top 10 Private Dental Colleges.
  • MRIIRS has been honored with ‘The Economics Times Best Education Brand 2017’.
  • MRIIRS has been ranked amongst Top 20 private BBA institute 2017 in India by Times B-School BBA Institute ranking 2017.
  • MRIIRS has been ranked amongst the top 3 in North Zone in the Best Universities survey 2017 conducted the ‘The Week’ magazine.
  • MRIIRS ranked among top 10 private universities by India Today in 2017.
  • Manav Rachna International Institute of Research & Studies has received A+++ rating as per Best B-Schools Survey 2016-17 by Business India.
  • MRIIRS has been ranked amongst 30 Top Private Universities as per Careers 360 Survey in 2015.
  • Faculty of Engineering & Technology, MRIIRS has been ranked by India Today among Top 5 Emerging Engineering Colleges in the country in 2016.
  • As per 2016 Times of India B-school rankings FMS, MRIIRS is among Top-50 B-schools across the country, it is ranked 29 among Private B-Schools of the country and is at No. 12 in North India.
  • As per Business Today B-School rankings 2017-18, FMS, MRIIRS ranked among top 30 in North India and among Top 100 across India.
  • FCBS, MRIIRS, secure 17th rank among Top 50 private BBA Institute ranking 2016 and has also secured the 26th rank among Top 75 BBA institute ranking 2016 as per the Times BBA Education ranking survey 2016.
  • Careers 360 Regional B-Schools special rated FMS, MRIIRS with AAA as part of Haryana state in 2017.
  • FMS, MRIIRS was given a 5 star rating in the Pioneer
    B-School special edition. MRIIRS was also Ranked No.3 in the Students’ Most Preferred B-schools offering Management Education.
  • FMS, MRIIRS is ranked among Top 100 Management Schools in the Outlook Business Schools Survey, 2017.
  • FMS, Manav Rachna ranked as top emerging B-School of India in Management Institutes rankings 2017 by National HRD Network (NHRDN) and Shine.com

INTERNATIONAL & NATIONAL CONFERENCES, SEMINARS AND WORKSHOPS

International conferences, seminars and workshops are an integral part of the grooming culture at MREI.

Big Data Analytics

MRIIRS organized the First 10 day Training Programme on Big Data Analytics supported by DST, GOI in collaboration with Big Data Initiative Division, Department of Science & Technology, GOI. The aim of the Programme put together by the Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Faculty of Engineering & Technology, MRIIRS was to acquaint participants in the area of Big Data Analytics while providing a foundation to them and enabling them to work on Big Data Analytics and allied areas. The event provided practical exposure to them on software tools and techniques used for Big Data analytics. Participants who arrived from different states of India like UP, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Kolkata, Uttarakhand and Delhi-NCR were informed about the need to transform raw data into information since information is wealth. The day programme concluded on 17 June, 2016.

Manav Rachna wins Double Honours at ASSOCHAM AWARDS

ASSOCHAM declares MRIIRS (formely MRIU) as the ‘Best University providing Global Exposure’ and Manav Rachna International School, Sector 51 Noida as ‘Best School in providing ICT and STEM Education.

Advanced Water Technology & Management Centre of Excellence

Currently, around half of all urban dwellers live in cities and almost 10 percent of urban dwellers live in megacities. As cities around the world experience this exploding growth, the need to ensure they can expand sustainably, operate efficiently and maintain a high quality of life for residents, becomes even greater than it is today. This is where smart cities come into the picture.

The term “smart cities” is trending amongst governments, urban planners and even the private sector to address the projected demands of cities in the future. Making cities smarter to support growth is emerging as a key area of focus for governments and the private sector alike. Smart cities are about to make huge investments to uplift the infrastructure, economy, energy efficiency, and nevertheless environment. Smart cities encompass six important sectors that need to work in unison to achieve a common goal of making a city more livable, sustainable and efficient for its residents. These sectors are smart energy, smart integration, smart public services, smart mobility, smart buildings, and smart water.

One of the most critical factors for the growth and sustenance of a smart city is its water system. The term “smart water” points to water and wastewater infrastructure that ensures this precious resource – and the energy used to transport it – is managed effectively. It is equally impertinent that we make our Earth and Water resources burden less and persistent.

With this background, Centre for Advanced Water Technology & Research has been setup at MR Campus which comprises scientists, technocrats, professionals, academicians, members of RWAs, etc as Manav Rachna consortium. This would focus on all the problems associated with water and its issues and would bring about awareness and solutions in this area.

The Centre for Advanced Water Technology & Management at Manav Rachna has been bestowed with the prestigious ‘Aqua Excellence Award 2017’under the category of ‘Excellence in Resource Management -Institutional Sector’. The award was presented by the renowned environment activist Dr Vandana Shiva at the XI World Aqua Congress 2017 organised at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi on the theme ”Water and Environment Solutions: Cutting Across Borders”.

The Centre for Advanced Water Technology & Management (CAWTM) at Manav Rachna was awarded for its exemplary work in the revival of the Badhkal Lake in Faridabad and for its commitment to promote awareness, and trigger action on critical water issues at all levels, including the highest decision-making level, to facilitate the efficient conservation, protection, development, planning, management and use of water in all its dimensions on an environmentally sustainable basis for the benefit of all life on earth. The award was received by Dr. D K Chadha, Chair Professor & Chairman, CAWTM & Former Chairman, CGWA; Dr. Sarita Sachdeva, Dean Research, MRIIRS; Dr. Mukherjee, Director and the team of CAWTM.

NATIONAL SEMINAR ON WOMEN HEATH & NUTRITION

Department of Nutrition &Dietetics,Faculty of Applied Sciences, MRIIRS Organized National Seminar on Women Health & Nutrition in Association with Inner Wheel Club, Faridabad central on 5th Sept.2016.

To create awareness regarding nutrition and sensitise everyone about the need for a balanced diet, Faculty of Applied Sciences (FAS), Department of Nutrition & Dietetics, celebrated National Nutrition Week from September 1st-7th, 2016 on the theme ‘Life Cycle Approach for Better Nutrition’. A National Seminar on Women Health and Nutrition was also organized by MRIIRS in association with the Inner Wheel Club, Faridabad Central. Present on the occasion were, Top Management of MREI as well as senior officials of the inner wheel club, among other dignitaries.

CHAPTERS FOR TOTAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF STUDENTS

MRIIRS and MRU have student chapters of reputed Professional Bodies for all round professional development of students which include American Society for Quality (ASQ), Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers, USA (IEEE), Institute of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineers, India (IETE), Institution of Engineers (India), Indian Society of Technical Education (ISTE), Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), American Society for Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), National Human Resource Development Network (NHRDN).

With a focus on training students in engineering hard skills, technology and soft skills, MRIIRS holds Institutional Memberships of various Industry Associations including CII, FICCI, Quality Council of India, & Faridabad Small Industries Association (FSIA).

AWARD WINNING PARTICIPATION IN INTERNATIONAL/ NATIONAL COMPETITIONS

MREI students routinely participate in prestigious International/ National Project Competitions, winning numerous awards. These include Accenture Innovation Jockey, Microsoft Youth Spark Challenge, Microsoft Apps for Office Challenge, Best New Concept Car BAJA SAE India, Auto Mall Expo, Formula SAE India, Intel India Embedded Challenge, Formula Student Germany, Shell-Eco, World Robotics Olympiads, SUPRA SAE India, MICROSOFT IMAGINE CUP and MIT Tech Review’s ‘Innovators Under 35’ MIT GSW competitions.

MRIIRS’s Team Spiro Studios bagged Infosys’ prestigious First Infy Makers Awards, India under the health category & won a cash prize of Rs. 5 Lakhs.

Team Eyeluminati from Manav Rachna won Jury’s choice award for their idea’ GRIWADITI which is an automated,noninvasive and easily accessible screening tool for Cervical Cancer.

Solar Driven Car, a final year project of Automobile Engineering department, students of MRIIRS has bagged the 1st Runner-Up position in the ‘Student Innovator of the Year’ award category at the Indian Automotive Technology and Innovation Awards (IATIA) for the year 2016.

Manav Rachna students have a legacy of representing the country at Microsoft Imagine Cup International Finals for the last 5 years. MREI team won the national finals of Microsoft Imagine Cup 2015 and bagged the prestigious honour of representing India at the world finals of the competition in Seattle, USA. MR teams won the top prize in Gaming and Innovation categories and Third prize in World Citizenship category.

Manav Rachna students won the Microsoft Youth Spark Challenge 2015. The rewards include an amazing leadershipdevelopment trip to Nicaragua, scholarship to turn ideas into reality and opportunity to serve as a Microsoft Youth Spark Advocate from India.

Manav Rachna students were selected as National Finalists and represented India in the World Skills Competition 2015 held in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Earlier also, The students from MREI scored big at the Accenture Innovation Jockey 2015 for two times in a row. Out of the top 16 teams and 250 entries, 4 teams were from MREI. Two projects developed by MREI students also won the ‘Popular Ideas’ award. Our students also emerged winners at the ‘Cognitive Computing and Internet of Things’ category and won the Coveted Grand Prize in Accenture Innovation Jockey Competition-2014 powered by Yahoo India.

CELEBRATING FREEDOM

Celebrating freedom is an organization which works towards the individualistic freedom of people from all walks of life. It promotes the cause of fighting for self – freedom. Even though the fight does not involve any rivals, it’s a war with the inner self…. Aim is to create a platform where everybody can celebrate their freedom…pursue what they actually want to and perform what they love the most.
Celebrating freedom creates a platform for any cause which may be concern for the youth, the elderly, the working class, any Non-Profit organization or an NGO.

This platform could be a festival, an event or a movement which would cater to audiences and bring people on one forum through entertainment value and eventually cater to the cause through AID raising, unlike any other organization which may work for FUND RAISING or CHARITY. CELEBRATING FREEDOM is a Profit organization and shall work towards supporting NGOS and others through substance, materials, resources, aids and anything except FUNDS/monetary help.

Celebrating freedom staff caters to various causes that NGOS World over are fight for. It helps them in aiding them with substantial material through creative means by utilizing youth talent.
It provides cultural and entertainment sources to audiences by motivating the youth in pursuing their talents and eventually help nonprofit organizations to fulfill their deficit of aid like bold banks, raw materials, employment, human resource, platelets, organ donations, free health checks and much more. The staff works in the similar fashion towards a holistic empowerment targeting the following – human right, empowerment, health & hygiene, education, healthcare etc.
Celebrating freedom is an initiative; it’s a movement and a revolution towards the holistic empowerment of our societies, individuals and minds of millions. It survives to fight with our inner selves to bring the best out of each other in unison.
It stands out of others through the vision it holds. It just doesn’t celebrate freedom at a small level, instead it is holistic which empowers the youth and uplift them in utilizing talent at the right time with the right people for the right cause.

PROMOTING GENDER SENSITIZATION – MANAV RACHNA IN FOREFRONT

The Faculty of Management Studies, Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies celebrated ‘SWAYAM SIDDHA- Celebrating Being a Woman’ as part of its efforts in creating awareness on gender sensitization amongst the youth in association with Sindhu Srijan, an NGO working on Women and Youth Empowerment. A galaxy of dignitaries from the Government holding important portfolios graced the month long celebrations from 12 February to 8 March 2016.

As part of the celebrations on International Women’s day, on 8 March 2016, Smt Smriti Zubin Irani, Hon’ble Minister of Human Resource Development, Government of India was the Chief Guest at MREI and she hoisted a 36’x24′ national flag atop a 108′ tall mast to mark the celebrations. Earlier on 26 February, 2016 as part of the Women’s Empowerment programme Smt. Maneka Gandhi, Hon’ble Union Minister for Women and Child Development was the chief guest and spoke of the various initiatives her Ministry had undertaken for the safety of Women. On 3 March, 2016, Ms Lalitha Kumarmangalam, Chairperson of National Commission for Women sensitized the audience at MREI on laws governing women’s rights and how necessary it was to make use of them if and when the need arose. Additionally, a National Conference on ‘Women in Media: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow’ was organized at MREI, by the Faculty of Media Studies & Humanities on 8 March, 2016 in which former Captain of Indian Women Cricket Team, Ms. Anjum Chopra, was the Chief Guest.

MAKING A DIFFERENCE, TRANSFORMING LIVES

Committed to Founder Visionary Dr O.P. Bhalla’s ideals of nation building, Dr O.P. Bhalla Foundation, a trust with philanthropy as its sole objective under the banner of Manav Rachna Educational Institutions (MREI), has been carrying forward the philanthropic vision and rich legacy of Dr. O.P. Bhalla through a series of ISR activities. Through Skill Development workshops, the Foundation has been providing youths with the necessary skills for a livelihood, through the “Say No to Polythene” pledge. Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies became the first University of Haryana to be polythene-free. Students of MREI made creative carry bags with used old T-shirts which were subsequently distributed in order to spread ecological awareness. The Foundation is also working towards improving Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) for higher education in Faridabad. The Ek Muthi Daan campaign (a movement where no one sleeps hungry), Community Health Camps, Mega Blood Donation Camps, Swachh Bharat Swasth Bharat Abhiyaan, (including adoption of Old Faridabad Railway Station) Waste Management, Maintenance of the World’s Tallest Tiranga to honour and uphold the nation’s pride and honour, or even supporting the Beti Bachao Beti Padao campaign, are examples of the exemplary work undertaken by the Foundation. Very recently, a Skill and Health Development centre has been set up for the benefit of people of Mohna village.