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MANAV RACHNA INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF RESEARCH AND STUDIES

(Formerly MANAV RACHNA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY )

Deemed to be University under section 3 of the UGC Act,1956

FAQs

Q1. Where and how can I download the Hotel Management admission application form?

You can fill and submit the online form by clicking the link: https://apply.manavrachna.edu.in/

For further assistance, contact at Admission Helpline: +91-0129-4259000

 

Q2. How and where is the Admission/Application Form to be submitted?

  • A student has to submit the application form online using the Scratch Card provided with the Admission Brochure.
  • Alternatively, the applicant can apply online using credit/debit card by completing the form.
  • She/he should then secure with herself/himself two hard copies of the submitted application form. One copy should be kept for self reference and other is to be submitted to Manav Rachna at the time of Physical Counseling.

 

Q3. What are the programs offered at Faculty of Hotel Management?

  • B.Sc. – Hospitality and Hotel Administration

 

Q4. Do you have Scholarships for students on the basis of Marks/CGPA?

Scheme ‘Utkarsh’ is for candidates taking Admission within a period from 31st May  2021 to 15th  July 2021

MRNAT 2021 Score

Utkarsh

90.00% & above

100% Tuition Fee Waiver

80.00% & above but below 90.00%

50% Tuition Fee Waiver

70.00% & above but below 80.00%

25% Tuition Fee Waiver

Scheme ‘Uttam’ is for candidates taking Admission within a period from 16th July  2021 to 16th  August 2021

MRNAT 2021 Score

Uttam

90.00% & above

100% Tuition Fee Waiver

80.00% & above but below 90.00%

25% Tuition Fee Waiver

70.00% & above but below 80.00%

10% Tuition Fee Waiver

UG level programmes

Marks / CGPA in Qualifying Examination

Tuition Fee Waiver

95% and above

100%

90% to 94.99%

50%

85% to 89.99%

25%

For further details, please visit the MRIIRS website.

 

Q5. What are the minimum marks required in qualifying exam (graduation) to be eligible?

Eligibility is 50% marks in qualifying exam (Graduation).

 

Q6. Do you consider NCHMCT AIEEE score in qualifying exam to be eligible?

Yes, rank holders of NCHMCT entrance examination with 45% in graduation are eligible for admission in Hotel Management at Faculty of Hotel Management.

 

Q7. What is the fee structure?

The total fee for one year INR 141000 which can be paid in two installments of INR 84000 and INR 57000.

 

Q8. Is the counseling fee / tuition fee refundable in case of withdrawal of admission?

Yes, Refund is possible if the application for withdrawal is submitted before or on the day of commencement of classes, as per procedure laid down in the Admission Brochure.

 

Q9. Does MRIIRS assist in obtaining Educational loans through banks?

MRIIRS has a tie-up with Punjab National Bank which provides education loan to our students. But, the candidate and/or his parent must satisfy the Bank requirements to avail educational loan. A cell has been created under Dean Students Welfare, MRIIRS to assist the students in getting the loan.

 

Q10. What other Facilities are offered by the university?

The university offers many facilities to its students, some of which are – multimedia- enabled, air- conditioned classrooms, state-of-the-art Library, fully wi-fi networked campus, large fleet of buses for transportation within NCR, world- class sports facilities (cricket ground, table tennis, lawn tennis court, badminton court, basketball court, football ground, volleyball ground, billiards table, squash facilities, athletic tracks, shooting range), a well-equipped gymnasium, open air theatre, medical facilities, cafeteria and food courts, ATM, campus shop, book shop.

 

Q11. What is the internship and final placement support at FHM?

FHM provides assistance for internship and final placements for all students who register for the campus placement process. The Internship Cell at department level and Career Development Centre of MRIIRS assists recruiters in taking appropriate hiring decisions while supporting students in making strategic career choices.

 

Q12. Which companies’ students have opportunity for placements?

Hospitality graduates are the first choice of any customer/service oriented industry. Major hotel chains where our students placed are – Oberoi group of hotels and resorts, Taj Group, ITC, Hyatt, IHG.

 

Q13. Do you have any knowledge partners?

MRIIRS, Faculty of Hotel Management has an MOU with Crowne Plaza Today, Okhla, New Delhi. Inputs from industry experts from designing of curriculum to delivery is taken to keep abreast of the new trends and technologies in the hotel industry and making students better equipped to get placed in the industry.

 

Q14. Where is MRIIRS campus located?

MRIIRS is located on Delhi –Suraj-Kund road, Sector- 43, Faridabad. It is easily accessible from either Badkal Chowk (Manav Rachna- Badkal Mor Metro Station) or NHPC Chowk on Mathura Road (NH-2), or via Charmwood Village near Badarpur Border. For further details, you may like to refer to the map provided on the MRIIRS website.

 

Q15. Is there any transportation facility available in MRIIRS for day scholars?

MRIIRS has excellent bus transportation facilities for staff, faculty members& students throughout Delhi-NCR.

MRIIRS is well connected with road and metro transportation.

 

Q16. Are there any opportunities provided to students for online or self paced learning?

Students are encouraged to take up courses through online learning platforms such as the UGC’s SWAYAM for MOOCs. Students may complete these courses and earn credits as a part of the program.

 

Q17. How does the Hotel Management program promote entrepreneurship and innovation among students?

We not only prepare the students for hotel jobs but make them capable to run their own start-ups. To inculcate the entrepreneurship skills among the students, Faculty of Hotel Management has created a Hospitality Skill Development Centre (HSDC) where they learn the whole process of running a business from purchasing of raw materials to converting them into salable products to accounting essential to manage a catering business.

MRIIRS has a centre for incubation and innovation where promising business ideas are nurtured. The required support is provided for success of such budding ideas and small units which are proposed by students.

 

Q18. What kind of support is available for discussing career path and individual candidatures?

The B.Sc. HHA program has a robust mentoring system. Each student is guided by respective faculty mentors throughout the program.

 

Q19. Are there any options for students to take up interdisciplinary courses?

The B.Sc. HHA program has been designed in such a way that apart from core courses which are hotel industry centric, student has the flexibility to choose from various courses offered by the experts of their fields across the University. This provides them an opportunity to earn the credits by learning the courses of their choice.

 

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Q.1  What all programs does the faculty offer and what is the duration and fee of the programs?

We offer three undergraduate, three postgraduate, one postgraduate diploma and two doctoral programs at Faculty of Behavioral and Social Sciences.

Courses Duration Fee (in Rs.)/ Year
BA/BSc in Liberal Arts3 Years1,11,000
 BA /B.Sc(Hons) in Economics3 Years1,11,000
BA/BSc(Hons) in Applied Psychology3 Years1,11,000
MA/M.Sc(Hons) in Economics2 Years1,06,000
MA/M.Sc in Applied Psychology2 Years1,06,000
Masters of Social Work2 Years1,06,000
PhD in Economics
PhD in Psychology

Q.2 What is the process of admission to the program?

Candidate needs to fill on-line form at our website www.mru.edu.in with the prescribed fee. After accepting the form university will intimate the candidate about the MRNAT examination date and place. After clearing the MRNAT candidate appears for the group discussion and personal interview. First preference will be given to MRNAT and second preference to marks in qualifying examination.

Q.3 What is the eligibility criteria, and selection process for the programs?

 

Courses Eligibility Criteria
BA/BSc in Liberal ArtsMinimum aggregate 50 % in class XII examination
 BA/B.Sc(Hons) in EconomicsMinimum aggregate 50 % in class XII examination
BA/BSc(Hons) in Applied PsychologyMinimum aggregate 50 % in class XII examination
MA/M.Sc. in EconomicsMinimum aggregate 50 % at undergraduate level examination
MA/M.Sc in Applied PsychologyMinimum aggregate 50 % at undergraduate level examination
Master of Social WorkMinimum aggregate 50 % at undergraduate level examination

Q.4 Do we need to submit the original certificates on the day of admission?

There is no need to submit original certificates but candidate must produce original certificates/documents on the day of admission for their verifications, failing which candidate shall not be considered for admission. Two sets of self-attested copies of the certificates/documents are required to be submitted at the time of physical counseling. More details may be available in the admission brochure.

Q.5 What are the major differentiators of the courses offered by FBSS?

  • We shape our students by the core values of academic freedom, open-mindedness, experimentation, creativity, innovation, dependability , optimism, resilience and service to others
  • Our educational approach is one that focuses on and looks at alternatives for critical contemporary issues , prioritizes humanity and culture, ethics and values, gender equality, community service and social responsibility and places collaborative project based experiential learning at the center of the educational experience
  • We shall enable students to understand , contribute to and succeed in a rapidly changing society with intelligence, sensitivity and concern thus making the world a better and more just place

Q.6 What is the structure of FBSS

The faculty comprises academic departments and associated research centers as follows:


Q.7 What are the career opportunities after getting degrees from FBSS?

FBSS offers discipline specific as well as interdisciplinary programs. The opportunities after obtaining the degrees from different disciplines are as follows:

Economics– Study of economics opens up career opportunities in both the government and private sectors. It provides ample scope and prestigious positions nationally and internationally. Well-trained economists are placed across the government sector including the Indian Economic Service and Reserve Bank of India Officer, corporate firms like TCS/IBM/HSBC and many more, research institutes (National Institute of Public Finance and Policy, National Council of Applied Economic Research, Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations, and several premier institutes in country under the Indian Council of Social Science Research), international development agencies (UN organizations and World Bank groups), non-governmental organizations, banking/financial sector and several academic institutions. In the job market, there is an increasing demand for economic analysts, researchers and consultants.

Psychology– The students have a successful careers in hospitals, clinical settings, working in school and colleges as counselors and also in corporate sectors as trainers and specialist in psychological assessments.

Social Work– It aims to develop critical insight among the students to apprise social issues. We intend to develop student’s personality through inculcation of democratic and humanitarian values.  The pedagogy is structured in a way that strike a balance between theoretical underpinning with concurrent field work in a social welfare organization. The Department offers placement and internship opportunity with all leading organizations from social sector.

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Q: WHAT ARE THE OPENING HOURS?
A: Dr. O.P. Bhalla Central Library is open from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Sundays. The library remain closed on select holidays.. Please see the Holiday list.

Q: WHAT ARE THE TELEPHONE NUMBERS FOR CONTACTING THE LIBRARY?
A: The board number is 91-129-4198100, 4268800 with library extn 8901 & 8902. Alternatively you may call directly Reference Desk at 91-129 -4268901 & 4268902.

Q: WHERE IS THE LIBRARY LOCATED?
A: Dr. O.P. Bhalla Central Library is located in T – Block.

Q: DO I NEED AN APPOINTMENT TO VISIT THE LIBRARY?
A: The library is open to MRIIRS family. No prior appointment is required to visit the library. All visitors are requested to conform to security regulations and produce a valid MRIIRS photo Identification (ID) at the entrance.

Q: WHO ALL CAN BECOME MEMBERS OF THE LIBRARY?
A: All MRIIRS Associates and MRIIRS students by default are members of the Central Library

Q: HOW MANY ITEMS CAN I CHECK OUT AT A TIME?
A: As a student member you can borrow five books for 28 days. As a faculty member you can borrow 12 books for session.

Q: DO I HAVE TO HAVE MY MRIIRS CARD WITH ME TO CHECK OUT MATERIALS?
A: Yes, only you need to present your valid MRIIRS Photo ID for facilitating checkout.

Q: HOW CAN I RENEW THE ITEMS ON MY CARD?
A: You may renew your materials online through the “My Account” button in the Library Catalog (http://libopac.mrei.ac.in). Books charged on your account will be renewed for two weeks from the current due date, or, in the case of an overdue item, two weeks from the date you submit your request. Please make a note of the new due date. Books not in demand may be renewed up to two times. A book which has reservations on it will not be renewed. You may also renew items by calling us at 91-129-4268901 & 8902 or sending us an e-mail at info.library@MRIIRS.edu.in

Q: HOW MUCH ARE OVERDUE FINES?
A: The overdue fine is five rupees per item per day for general books and ten rupees per day for reference books.

Q: WHAT IF I LOSE OR DAMAGE SOMETHING I BORROW?
A: If library material is lost, replacement cost, determined by the library will have to be paid by the member. The library cannot accept replacement items in lieu of lost items. Items returned with damage that warrants withdrawal from the collection will be treated as lost.

Q: CAN I USE THE LIBRARY SERVICES FROM HOME?
A: You can check the library catalog, login your library account online at My Account. You can renew your books and reserve titles online.

Q: WHAT ARE THE OTHER SERVICES I CAN ACCESS USING THE LIBRARY ONLINE SYSTEM?
A: Other than renewing and reserving library material, you can create My List of library material and save it for future use.

Q: HOW ARE THE BOOKS ARRANGED IN THE LIBRARY?
A: The books are shelved according to Dewey Decimal System. You can check the location of the books by the decimal numbers on the spine of the books. If you have trouble finding the books you want, ask a reference librarian for help.

Q: HOW DO I SUBSCRIBE/ UNSUBSCRIBE TO THE MAILING LIST
A: You just need to drop a line at info.library@MRIIRS.edu.in

Q: CAN I BRING MY INTERNET ENABLED DEVICE OR LAPTOP TO THE LIBRARY TO ACCESS INTERNET SERVICES?
A: You are welcome to visit us and access high speed internet access at workstations or use Wi-Fi, however access to electronic services is restricted to registered members only.

Q: WHERE DO I ASK IF I HAVE A QUESTION?
A: The Reference Desk acts as the point of contact for enquiries. Ask the Reference Librarian for assistance in locating and searching the library material. You may also fill in our Online Request Form or call us at 91-129-4268901 or 4268902 or email info.library@MRIIRS.edu.in

Q: CAN SOMEONE SHOW ME HOW TO RESEARCH A TOPIC?
A: Yes, the Library has staff who can introduce you to the most relevant print and electronic resources, for your subject. Just ask at the Reference Service Desk if you would like this type of individual help and staff there will refer you on to appropriate resources.

Q: WHAT ELECTRONIC RESOURCES ARE AVAILABLE TO ME?
A: The Library subscribes to a range of online databases to help you with your research and academic pursuits. Library subscribes to IEEE, ASME, ASCE, J-GATE, Ebscohost, GALE Infotrac, Knimbus, DELNET databases, which can be accessed in library. However please note that access to the select databases is available campus wide. Please contact Reference Desk for possible assistance.

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FAQs

Q.1. Are all programmes offered by Faculty of Education and Humanities regular?

Ans. All the programmes/courses  in the Faculty of Education and Humanities are in regular mode.

Q.2. What is the process of admission to the program?

Ans. Candidate needs to fill online form at Manav Rachna online admission portal with the prescribed fee. Admission shall be made on merit on MRNAT.

Q.3. If result is awaited for qualifying examination can we apply for the courses?

Ans. Yes, a provisional admission can be provided to those candidates whose result is awaited of qualifying examination. However copy of the final result needs to be submitted within one month from the date of commencement of the classes.

Q.4. Does MRU arrange for Educational loan through banks?

Ans. Educational loans are provided by all Nationalized Banks and the individual student has to approach the Bank of his/her choice.

Q.5 Is the loan facility available only to candidates who belong to NCR?

Ans. No, loan facility is available for students all over India subject to fulfillment of conditions stipulated by the bank extending the education loan.

Q.6 What flexibility/ installments can a candidate opt at the time of payment of fees?

Ans. Twice in a year.

Q.7 What are the deadlines for admission?

Ans. The last date for submitting completed application form is given in Admission Brochure.

Q.8 Is there any scholarship pattern for the meritorious students?

Ans. Yes, there are scholarship pattern for the meritorious students that functions according to the University norms. 

Q.9 For entrance exam is there any prescribed syllabus for students?

Ans. It is based on Teaching Aptitude, GK, Comprehension etc.

Q.10 What are the different payment options available?

Ans. Demand Draft, Paytm, Online-Transfer and Option for Credit and Debit card is also available.

Q.11. What are our placement initiatives and what has been the record of placement?

Ans. MRU has a central placement cell named CRCMC that takes care of the university placements.

Q.12 Are sufficient books available in Library?

Ans. Yes, we have a well stocked library with wide variety of books.

Q.13 What are the library timings?

Ans.  The Timings for Central Library is from Monday to Saturday is 8:00am to 4:00pm and on Sunday it is 9:00am to 2:00pm.

Q.14. Which schools are offered for teaching practice?

Ans. Students will be going to Manav Rachna International School and Government School for teaching practice/Internship.

Q.15 What are the university (staff) working hours?      

Ans. Timings for: classes 8:00am- 4:00pm

Q.16 Is the campus Wi-Fi enabled?

Ans. Yes, it is Wi-Fi enabled and equipped with latest computing facilities. All computers are connected to the internet with a bandwidth of 45 Mbps.

Q.17 Is course material provided by the University or the books are included in the fees structure? 
Ans. Facility of e- library is available and the course material is uploaded on the intranet.

Q.18 What Kind of labs are available?

Ans. Following labs are available:

  • Computer Lab
  • Communication Lab
  • Skill Lab
  • Biology Lab
  • Life Sciences Lab
  • Performing Art lab

Q.19 What is the mode of transport and fees structure of the same?

Ans. University buses are commuting all over Delhi NCR. Fees structure gets revised every year.

Q.20 What will be the medium of instruction?

Ans. The medium of instruction will be English.

 

Bachelor of Education(B.Ed)

Q1 Do Kashmiri get some relaxation in admission?

Ans.  Yes, “A relaxation in cut- off percentage up to 10% subject to minimum eligibility requirements will be given to Kashmiri migrants”.

Q.2 What is the duration of course?

Ans. The duration of course is two years (four semesters). The maximum duration to complete the program is three years.

Q.3 What is the duration of the semester?

Ans. For a program the academic year shall normally comprise Odd semester (Jan to May) &Even semester (July to Dec).

Q.4 Are your degree programs recognized by NCTE?

Ans. Yes.

Q.5 What are our placement initiatives and what has been the record of placement?

Ans. MRU has a central placement cell named CRC that takes care of the university placements.

Q.6  What are various job opportunities after pursuing the course?

Ans. Below are the details of various job opportunities after pursuing the course:

  • Teaching in Schools
  • School Administrator
  • Content Writer
  • School Counselor
  • Curriculum designer
  • Content editors
  • Entrepreneur

Q.7 What are the further study options after completing B.Ed?

Ans. After passing B.Ed. you can pursue M.Ed. /M.A( Education)  in different specialized branches to enhance your interest areas and skills.

Q.8 Is pedagogy of Hindi/Sanskrit/Punjabi offered as a subject?

Ans Yes.

Q.9 What is the duration of teaching practice/internship? Is it compulsory?

Ans. Yes, all students go for practice/internship according to NCTE Guidelines.

 

B.Ed Special Education (Learning Disabilities) 

Q.1 Is any relaxation given to Kashmiri migrants?

Ans 1 Yes, “A relaxation in cut- off percentage up to 10% subject to minimum eligibility requirements will be given to Kashmiri migrants”.

Q.2 What is the duration of course?

Ans. The duration of course is two years (four semesters). The maximum duration to complete the program is three years.

Q3 What is the minimum eligibility for the course?

Ans 50 % in graduation.

Q.4 What is the duration of the semester?

Ans. For a program the academic year shall normally comprise Odd semester (Jan to May) &Even semester (July to Dec).

Q.5 What are our placement initiatives and what has been the record of placement?

Ans. MRU has a very strong central placement cell that takes care of the university placements. 

Q.6 What are various job opportunities after pursuing the course?

Ans. Below are the details of various job opportunities after pursuing the course:

  • Teaching in Schools with Inclusive set up (Govt. now mandates a Special Educator in every school)
  • Teaching in Special Schools
  • School Counselor
  • Curriculum designer
  • Content editors
  • Entrepreneur

Q.7 What are the further study options after completing B.Ed Special Education?

Ans. After passing B.Ed. in Special Education you can pursue master level programmes in Special Education/Education, PG Diploma in Guidance and Counselling or other PG programs in Education.

Q.8 What is the duration of teaching practice/internship? Is it compulsory?

Ans. Yes, all students will be going for teaching practice/internship according to RCI Guidelines.

 

Integrated B.Sc/B.A. B.Ed.

Q.1 What is the duration of course?

Ans. The duration of course is four years (eight semesters). The maximum duration to complete the program is six years.

Q.2 What is the duration of the semester?

Ans. For a program the academic year shall normally comprise Odd semester (Jan to May) & Even semester (July to Dec).

Q.3 Are your degree programs recognized by NCTE?

Ans. Yes.

Q.4 What are various job opportunities after pursuing the course?

Ans. Various job opportunities after pursuing the course are:

  • Teaching in schools.
  • School Administrator
  • Content Writer
  • School Counselor
  • Curriculum designer
  • Content editors
  • Edupreneurs

Q.5 What are the further study options after completing Integrated  B.Ed program?

Ans. After passing integrated program you can pursue M.Sc./M.A./M.B.A./M.Ed./M.A( Education)  in different specialized branches to enhance your interest areas and skills. Candidate is eligible to pursue any career specialization where requirement is graduation.

Q.6 Is pedagogy of Hindi/Sanskrit/Punjabi offered as a subject?

Ans. Yes

Q.7 What is the duration of teaching practice/internship? Is it compulsory?

Ans. Yes, all students go for teaching practice/internship according to NCTE Guidelines as it is a compulsory part of the course.

4 Weeks of Preliminary School Internship in 3rd Year and 16 weeks of School Internship in 4th Year.

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FAQs – Law

Q1.What are the different Law Programs offered by Faculty of Law, Manav Rachna University? What is the duration of each course?

Ans. Faculty of Law, Manav Rachna University, Faridabad offers both Post-graduate and Under-graduate Law Programs. It offers Three Integrated UG Law programs which are BA.LL.B, BBA LL.B and B.Com LL.B. The duration of all the three Law programs is 5 years (ten semesters). An academic year shall normally comprise Odd semester (Aug to Dec) and Even semester (Jan to June). PG programs offered include LL.M 1 year, LL.M 2 year and Ph.D. 

 

Q2. Can a student apply for admission if the results for qualifying examination are awaited?

Ans. Students appearing in qualifying examination in the coming year may also apply. Their admission shall however be provisional, subject to confirmation upon obtaining qualifying marks.

 

Q3. How can I obtain an admission brochure?

Ans. Admission Brochure can be downloaded from our website or it can be purchased from MRU Campus at Faridabad or City offices acorss India and abroad, details are available at www.manavrachna.edu.in

  

Q4. What is the process of admission to the program?

Ans. Candidate needs to fill online form available at www.manavrachna.edu.in with the prescribed fee. Admission shall be made on merit basis marks secured inMRNAT/LSAT/CLAT.

 

Q5. What is the deadline for admission?

Ans. The last date for submitting completed application form is given in Admission Brochure and on university website.

 

Q6. What are the different payment options available for taking the admission?

Ans. Demand Draft , bank Challan and credit Card facility is  available.  Payment by cheque is not allowed.

 

Q7Does MRU arrange for Educational loan through banks?

Ans. Manav Rachna University courses are credible and popular. Educational loans are provided by all Nationalized Banks. Students have to approach the Bank of their choice. Manav Rachna too offers on-campus assistance for securing educational loan and has tied up with a finance company named Financekeeper which provides loans for shorter periods at nominal interest rates. The candidate may approach Student Facilitation Centre at Manav Rachna Campus, Faridabad for further details.

 

Q8. Is the loan facility available only to candidates who belong to NCR?

Ans. No, loan facility is available for students all over India subject to fulfillment of conditions stipulated by the bank extending the education loan.

 

Q9. Is there any scholarship/ fee waiver/ free-ship for the meritorious students?

Ans. Yes, multiple Scholarship schemes are offered by Manav Rachna whereby candidates may avail scholarships on the basis of marks secured in qualifying examination or MRNAT, sports etc. Application for the same may be made according to University norms with supporting documents and certficates.

 

Q10. What is the prescribed syllabus for entrance exams for students?

Ans. The entrance/ admission test shall contain objective type questions mainly from Maths, General English, General Knowledge and Reasoning.

 

Q11. Are law programs approved by the State Government of Haryana?

Ans. Yes. Law Courses offered by Faculty of Law are approved by Government of Haryana.

 

Q12. Are Law programs recognized by Bar Council of India?

Ans. Yes, all the three integrated LLB Courses have been recognized by the BCI.

 

Q13. What is minimum attendance requirement to appear in semester examinations?

Ans. Minimum attendance requirement to appear in end-term examination in each semester is 75% as prescribed by Bar Council of India.

 

Q14Do I get practical experience while studying law through clinical courses.

Ans. Yes. In fact BCI mandatorily suggests the introduction of clinical courses in the Law programs so as to give students practical experience in law while they are still studying law.  Legal Internship and Placement Cell at Faculty of Law assists students in securing good internships and placements. In addition to it, Faculty of Law conducts workshops, Moot Court Competitions,  Legal Aid Camps in collaboration with High Court & HALSA(Haryana State Legal Services) and other organizations through its Moot Court Committee and Legal Aid Centre. 

 

Q15. Are there internship programs during the course?

Ans. Yes. There is minimum 20 weeks internship training for each student during the course of 5 years. Legal Internship and Placement Cell, Faculty of Law fully aids and assists the students in securing internships with advocates, judges, law firms, NGOs, arbitration firms and legal cells of multi-national corporations, to mention a few. We also provide opportunities to interested students for internships at Centre of Excellence on ADR and Centre for Legislative Research and Studies, housed at Faculty of Law, MRU.

 

Q16. Are sufficient books available in the library?

Ans. Apart from the O.P. Bhalla Central library and few other libraries at the campus, we boast of Shri Ratan Lal Lahoti Memorial Law Library at Faculty of Law, inaugurated and adopted by Hon’ble Shri R.C lahoti, the former Chief Justice of India. The library consists of rich collection of Law Books, Journals, SCC Manual , AIR Reports, other Journals and authoritative Texts.  Huge database of National and International Journals and Cases, including SCC Online and LEXIS NEXIS can be accessed in the digital library. Besides gaining access toarticles and papers published in renowned national and international journals, cited case law from across the world, we have another facility whereby all books published by LEXIS NEXIS, a reputed publication house, can be viewed, read and downloaded for free by all law students at Manav RachnaWe also provide both in-campus and remote access to numerous other e-database available in library. Remote access to digital resources and e-books becomes especially vital in the current era of technological development and covid pandemic, where distance and boundaries have been blurred. We provide an excellent digital database to students through SHRI RATAN LAL LAHOTI MEMORIAL LAW LIBRARY.

 

 

Q17. What are the library timings?

Ans. Library timings are from 8:00am – 4:00pm

 

Q18. What are the University working hours?

Ans. 8:00am -4.00 pm

 

Q19. Is the campus WIFI enabled?

Ans. Yes. The campus isWi-fi enabled and is equipped with latest computing facilities. All computers are connected to the internet with a bandwidth of 45 Mbps.

 

Q20. Is course material provided by the University or the books are included in the fee structure?

Ans. Facility of e-library and faculty library is available.The relevant readings and cases may be provided by the concerned teacher on ERP and Microsoft Teams online.

 

Q21. What are the placement opportunities from the campus?

Manav Rachna University has a central placement cell named CRCMC that takes care of the university placements. Legal internship and placement cell at Faculty of Law assists deserving students in securing placements too.

 

Q22. What are the further study options after completing LLB?

Ans. After completing LLB, one may go for LL.M. (Master in law) either in India or abroad and thereafter pursue Ph.D in law. 

 

Q23What is the mode of transport to and from the University?

Ans. University buses are commuting all over Delhi NCR.We are also well connected through road from Delhi-NCR and through Metro.

 

Q24Which is the nearest metro station from the campus?

Ans. Badkalmor metro station and NHPC/Sarai( 6 to 7 kms from the campus).

 

Q25. Is there any canteen facility available in the campus?

Ans. Manav Rachna University campus has sumptuous multi-cuisine food options at outlets of Hunger Cure, Hot Shot, Hot Embers, Chai Garam, and Nescafe, among others. World famous Subway has also an outlet at the campus.

 

Q26. What is the anti-ragging policy in Faculty of Law?

Ans. Manav Rachna University has a well defined anti-ragging policy for all its students including law students. University has constituted University level Anti Ragging Committee and Anti Ragging Squads to check the menace of ragging in the campus in conformity with the guidelines issued by the UGC.

 

Q27. What is the anti-Sexual Harassment at work place Policy of the University?

Ans. Manav Rachna University has constituted a University level Women Cell, which works towards creating and disseminating gender specific and gender sensitive information for creating awareness among the students and staff alike. The cell has been empowered to act as a Departmental Competent Committee to deal with the cases of sexual harassment of women at work place/Institutions as per the direction passed by the Hon’ble Supreme Court and guidelines framed by the Government of India.

 

Q28. What social/ academic organizations and extra-curricular activities are open to Law Students?

Ans. The office of Dean Students offers various social/ cultural societies and technical committees. Our students are associated with social clubs like Rotary Club, Lion’s Club and Red Cross Society, involved in different social services like blood donation camps and relief camps. Department has formed student branches in association with different technical societies like IEEE, ISTE and CSI. The student branches are regularly organizing competitions and technical events at the regional and national level. Various Guest lectures of eminent legal personalities are organized by the faculty of Law so that the students can get motivated &learn more about this dynamic profession

 

Q29. What are the research opportunities available at Faculty of Law?

Ans. Faculty of Law boasts of two research clusters at the time:

  1. Centre of Excellence on Alternative Dispute Resolution was inaugurated by the Union Law Minister- Shri Ravi Shankar Prasad on 7-9-2019.  The Centre of Excellence on ADR is a functional unit under the aegis of Faculty of Law, Manav Rachna University, established with a purpose of conducting and promoting research and generating and disseminating knowledge in the field of Alternative Dispute Resolution mechanisms. To achieve the purpose, the Centre intends to conduct training programs, workshops and simulation exercises to advance experiential learning in the field of ADR, both adjudicatory (Arbitration) and consensual (negotiation, mediation and conciliation). The workshops and trainings are designed and curated to suit the requirements of the participants, interested in practicing ADR mechanism. The Centre of Excellence on ADR is committed to achieve its objectives, in furtherance of the interest of the University and demands & requirements of the legal system.
  2. Centre of Excellence on Legislative Research and Studies The Centre for Legislative Studies and Research (CLSR) is a functional unit under the aegis of Faculty of Law, Manav Rachna University, established with a purpose of conducting and promoting research and generating and disseminating knowledge regarding legislative drafting. CLSR aims to conduct critical study of pending bills and offer pre-legislative inputs for efficient law making, identifying pre-requisites and to suggest effective implementation of legislations, assessing and evaluating the impact of legislations and propose reforms,  investigating and developing legislative best practices and procedures, offering research support to legislative secretariats and legislators for the effective discharge of their legislative functions; and such other related matters. The Centre is autonomous, to the extent of proposing, deciding and undertaking projects, research and training, and academic pursuits in furtherance of its objectives.

 

 

Q30. Do you have a Moot Court Committee to train students in mooting?

Ans. 

A moot court is essentially a mock court-room experience, that give students the liberty to freely interpret legal provisions and apply the law to practicalities of daily life. The Moot Court and Debate Committee has been a part of Faculty of Law, MRU since its inception. The Committee trains students for national and international moot court competitions. It regularly organizes intra-university and inter-university moot courts, debates, and case presentation competitions. The Committee also invites renowned practitioners and advocates to conduct training workshops for the students of Faculty of Law, Manav Rachna. 

 

Q31. Is there a Legal Aid Centre at Faculty of Law to provide exposure to law students?

Ans. The Legal Aid Clinic has been a part of Faculty of Law, MRU since its inception in 2017. The Clinic exists with the sole aim of bridging the gap between what law promises to offer and the actual realities of law. The Clinic objectives is to create awareness at the grass root level and equip individuals, especially the vulnerable sections of society to realize their rights and enabling access to Justice through seminars, camps and taking up their issues to DLSA and HLSA while helping them to avail free legal aid. Legal Aid is an essential element of a fair, humane and efficient civil and criminal justice system which is based on the rule of law. It is a foundation for the enjoyment of other rights, including the right to a fair trial, a precondition to exercising such rights and an important safeguard that ensures fundamental fairness and public trust in the criminal justice process. The Clinic seeks to impart practical knowledge of law to students. Since 2017, the members of the Clinic have actively participated/organized various awareness creating events and engaged effectively with the rural communities in the nearby villages. This is done by building a connection with the rural communities, by understanding their concerns, after which they are connected to the district authorities through the processes of law.

 

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FAQs – Mechanical Engineering

Q1. Why Mechanical Engineering?

Ans. Mechanical engineering is one of the oldest branches and is referred to as the ‘mother’ branch of all engineering. The appealing feature of this branch is that the application base of this field of study is extremely broad and diverse. These concepts are applied in the process of designing state-of-the-art manufacturing units, process units, machine building, power plant equipment, refrigeration & air-conditioning equipment, automobiles and their engines, aircraft and aerospace parts etc. Mechanical engineers not only design new mechanical systems but they are also responsible for testing, maintaining and manufacturing them. In short, Mechanical Engineer runs industries.

 

Q2. What are the basic traits required for a mechanical engineer?

Ans. The entry into this branch of engineering requires certain basic traits. Apart from being good in physics and mathematics, one must have a penchant for mechanical components and machinery and how these machines work. Further, one must have immense patience, ability to work for long hours and an inventive spirit that are essential ingredients for becoming a successful mechanical engineer.

 

Q3. What are the modern avenues available to a Mechanical Engineer?

Ans. Apart from the conventional roles and responsibility, the scope of mechanical engineering is leaping beyond its traditional boundaries. Focus is on new areas of research such as nanotechnology, development of composite materials, biomedical applications, environmental conservation, and IT Setups etc. 

 

Q4. How can a mechanical engineer respond to today’s dynamics of job markets in India?

Ans. The resurgence of mechanical engineering was quite spectacular in recent years due to the regular progressive nature of development worldwide. According to survey, this is the most sought branch preferred by students seeking admission to various technical institutes across India in the recent years. The job market for mechanical engineers is perennial. Even the uncertainties of the global economic crisis could not knock out the demand for these professionals in the Indian job market. Although some branches of mechanical engineering went out of focus during the meltdown period, the overall situation was much better as compared with other careers. 

 

Q5. What are the different softwares used by the students of Mechanical Engineering?

Ans. The different types of software used by mechanical engineers for design and analysis are-

  • Solid Modelling Software: AutoCad, SolidWorks, CATIA, ProE/Creo, UG NXCAD, etc.
  • Simulation and Analysis: HyperMesh, ALTAIR, ANSYS, etc.
  • Programming Language: C++, JAVA, PYTHON, etc.

Q6. What are the various co-curricular activities organized in the Mechanical Department?

Ans. Various clubs like SAE collegiate, ASME, ROBOCOM, ISHRAE etc are there in the department, wherein the students can enroll and participate to explore his/her technical capabilities and innovative ideas. The students under these clubs have been participating in various National & International competitions and have won various prizes and awards. Regular talks/seminars by industrial and academic experts are organized in the department to update and enhance the knowledge of students and faculty.

 

Q7. What is the quality of the Faculty in Mech Dept. and what is innovative in their teaching methodologies?

Ans. All recruitments are in compliance with AICTE Norms. The core faculty comprises well qualified and experienced academicians from the reputed institutions such as IITs, central Universities like Delhi University, Jamia Millia Islamia etc. Leading professionals from the corporate world with rich industry experience are also a part of MRU teaching fraternity. Faculty members continuously innovate and upgrade their teaching methodology to suit the current requirements of the Industry/society. Some of the salient features of the teaching methodology being followed at MRU are:

Use of ICT in teaching learning process:

  • NBA compliant course materials uploaded on ERP portal for easy access by students
  • Use of LCD projectors, web cameras etc.
  • Usage of virtual laboratories in different courses.
  • Online tests and evaluation; feedback system etc.

Extension/redesigning of regular curricula:

  • Extension of experiments in laboratories to lead the students to designing stage.
  • Introduction of mini projects in lab courses.
  • Introduction of 2 weeks compulsory in-house summer training, post 2nd semester as an internship programme
  • Employment Enhancement Program, focused on imparting industry specialized soft skills, aptitude and technical training, in place.
  • Co- curricular activities to bridge the gaps in curriculum.

Student Centric Learning:

  • Breadth of electives offered.
  • Identification of weak and advanced learners and special measures for addressing the needs of these learners.
  • Communication skills test at entry level to provide specialized communication skills training.
  • Tutorial batch size of 15 for more personalized attention

Q8. What measures are taken to help the students in finding employment?

Ans. We have a well-organized placement cell doing commendable job year after year. We also conduct special coaching for improving the employability skills of the students. Emphasis on analytical skills and attitudinal changes is given besides the training on soft skills as well as communication skills. The college seeks accreditation from different bodies, sign MOUs etc. to promote employment. For example, MRU is an AICTE approved Institution and the department has an MOU with Altair, design Tech, Daikin Air Conditioning India Pvt ltd, Trans Neuron Technologies and CYPE MEP softwares for augmenting internship and placement opportunities for students.

 

Q9. What are various sectors/types of industry in which mechanical engineers can be absorbed?

Ans. They can be suitably employed in-

  • Manufacturing industries
  • Automobile mfg. & maintenance industries such as Escorts, JCB & Hero Honda
  • Refrigeration industries / Air conditioning industries
  • Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL)
  • BHEL, NTPC, NHPC
  • Railways
  • Armed Forces
  • Software companies like TCS, Infosys, L&T
  • Other small scale industries etc.

Q10. What are the qualities of labs in mechanical department?

Ans. Equipments/Machines involved in each lab are versatile enough to give students complete practical knowledge and exposure of theory being taught in subjects and this will help them to bridge the gap between academia and industry.

 

Q11. Is there any industrial interaction program for students?

Ans. Throughout the year, we run several industrial interaction programmes with numerous industries namely NTPC, NHPC, SHRIRAM PISTON, MARUTI SUZUKI, WHIRPOOL, YAMAHA, JCB, TATA MOTORS, SONALIKA TRACTORS, INDIGO, HCL and many more.

 

Q12. What kind of infrastructure is available to the department?

  • Lush green campus with round the clock accessible WI-FI, overhead projectors incorporated in every classroom for better teaching support.
  • Thousands of books accessible to students, with ease of access facility using Digital library.
  • International Incubation centre to pursue innovative research.

Q13. What do you teach in summer training?

Ans. Current updated softwares related to design stream to give students a proper view of modeling and analysis such as – AUTOCAD, CATIA, PRO-E, ANSYS, HYPERMESH, CFD, CNC Programming, HVAC and advanced manufacturing processes 

 

Q14. What is Smart Manufacturing?

Ans. It is the move towards digitization of the manufacturing sector which will involve comprehensive interaction/interfacing between various modern technology such as Internet of Things (IoT), cyber-physical systems, big data, advanced analytics, human-machine interfaces, cloud computing in real-time to form the fourth industrial revolution.

 

Q15. How the smart manufacturing students would be benefitted?

Ans. Students will be trained in manufacturing processes, manufacturing systems, systems engineering, Industrial Automation and basic shop floor communications. Experiential learning approach will be followed and students will be gaining hands-on experience in many spheres of technology related to smart manufacturing. The department has collaborated with Trans Neuron Technologies for Industrial Automation certification Program for smart manufacturing students. Total 120 hrs teaching modules including classroom session and programming lab session have been delivered by their Subject Matter Experts (SMEs). Hitachi Vantara will provide Industry Connect module certification course to final yr students. 

 

Q16. Why it is required?

Ans. The emergence of this new era of embedded technology means that information on how these things are integrated together is available at your fingertips. In the backdrop of huge operation in manufacturing sector, this philosophy of smart manufacturing is going to help immensely in taking quick and accurate decisions so as to save time as well as money because it involves interactive approach of different disciplines like data analytics, artificial intelligence, machine learning, cloud computing etc.

 

Q17. How it is going to be operated?

Ans. Smart manufacturing is more focused on manufacturing processes and integrating IoT technologies to help create smart, connected factories.

 

Q18. How it would be beneficial in the manufacturing sector?

Ans. In the present time, with the ever-increasing consumption of consumer goods, the demand for customized goods is increasing exponentially and to meet this situation, manufacturer have to respond quickly to these changing market conditions in the most efficient way. Having a setup of smart manufacturing in the factory will be an enabler to achieve this aim.

 

Q19. What are the opportunities for students passing out with specialization?

Ans. Being at the forefront of Industry 4.0 and taking advantage of technology will allow manufacturers, big or small to achieve business outcomes that weren’t possible 10 years ago, such as improving cost-effectiveness and product quality. IoT enabled technologies will give manufacturers the chance to have full visibility of operations and allow them to be responsive to information about raw materials, inventory, quality, waste, output and customer demands, ensuring that opportunities for improvement are highlighted and action is taken, saving money, time and improving customer satisfaction and supplier relations.

In all the above operations/activities, a student passing out with the knowledge of smart manufacturing and Industrial Automation will be able to make real value addition in achieving the desired targets of the industry.

 

Q20. What is the full form of M.Tech. What is the duration of the course?

Ans. M.Tech stands for Masters of Technology. It is a postgraduate engineering degree in the area of production and Manufacturing. The duration of this degree course is two years.

 

Q21. What is the eligibility criteria for M.Tech?

Ans. Candidates who have completed their BE/BTech degree with minimum 50% marks or equivalent CGPA and qualified in GATE Exam.

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Q.1 What is the process of admission to the program?

Ans. Candidate needs to fill online form at our website with the prescribed fee. After accepting the form university will intimate the candidate about the MRNAT examination date and place. After clearing the MRNAT candidate appears for the group discussion and personal interview.

First preference will be given to MRNAT and second preference to marks in qualifying examination.  

 

Q.2 Do we need to submit the original certificates on the day of admission?

Ans. No there is no need to submit original certificates but candidate must produce original certificates/documents on the day of admission for their verifications, failing which candidate shall not be considered for admission. Two sets of self-attested copies of the certificates/documents are required to be submitted at the time of physical counseling as detailed in the admission brochure. 

 

Q3 Is there any reservation policy for Graduate programmes?

Ans. Yes,Manav Rachna University presently follows the reservation policy as under:

  • NRI/ Foreign National / PIO seats: 15% in all programmes / courses.
  • General Seats: 85% (25% seats are reserved for Haryana domicile students, of which 10% seats are for the scheduled castes of Haryana).
  • Kashmiri migrants: 1 seat in merit quota for the programmes. 

 

Q.4 What are our placement initiatives and what has been the record of placement?

Ans. MRU has a central placement cell named CRC that takes care of the university placements.

Major recruiters are: HDFC Bank, NESTLE, Supertech, Apollo tubes, YES Bank, Naukri.com, ICICI Securities, Thomas Cook, Raheja Developers, OMAXE Real Estate. Some of our alumni are placed in Royal Bank of Scotland, Kargil Food, Café Coffee Day, Accenture and Avantor.

 

 Q.5 What are the skill enhancement measures taken by us?

Ans. MRU conducts Employability Enhancement Programmes (EEP) to groom the overall personality of the students. This is effected through

PDP (Professional Development Program) course of 1 credit is offered in curriculum in all six semesters for students soft skills and interpersonal skills development by professional corporate trainers

  • Regular in-semester EEP sessions by the Career Development Center (CDC) provides skills to the students with an objective of enhancing employability.
  • During three years program students are supposed to undergo mandatory real world training in second and third year at the corporate organizations who have collaboration with MRU.
  • Foreign Language is a compulsory course for the students of MRU.
  • MRU has collaboration with professional organizations for curriculum design, development, delivery and training. 

 

Q.6 What are the co-curricular and extra-curricular opportunities available?

Ans. At University level five broad committee namely Technical, Literary, Sports, Social and Cultural have been constituted.

  • Apart from the Student Chapters there is a Management Club and Paryavaran Club.
  • The student literary committee showcases the talent of the students by conducting various activities like debate, declamation, and essay writing.
  • In the category of sports, various inter college and Intra College tournaments are held.
  • The annual management cum cultural fest is organized by the student’s committee.
  • Among the cultural group, we have SPICMACAY (Society for the Promotion of Indian Classical Music and Culture Amongst Youth)that organizes events of classical music and dance, folk arts, crafts etc. in educational institutions through the world.
  • Manav Rachna Leo Club instills amongst the students a sense of responsibility towards the society.
  • Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC),  students aspiring for entrepreneurship are trained, developed and groomed  through various workshops, seminars, interactive sessions, mentoring and platforms  organized in association with NEN, NIESBUD, SIDBI, NSIC.

 

Q.7 What is the sports infrastructure available?

Ans. The University offers a wide range of indoor and outdoor sports facilities to its students. These include a shooting range, squash court, cricket ground, volleyball and basketball courts, billiards and pool facility etc. 

 

Q.8  What is Choice Based Credit System?

Ans. The Indian Higher Education Institutions have been moving from the conventional annual system to semester system that accelerates the teaching-learning process and enables vertical and horizontal mobility in learning. As per UGC, Semester Based Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) provides choice for students to select from the prescribed courses (core, elective or minor or soft skill courses). It provides a ‘cafeteria’ type approach in which the students can take courses of their choice, learn at their own pace, undergo additional courses and acquire more than the required credits, and adopt an interdisciplinary approach to learning. It is desired by UGC that the Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in India move to CBCS and implement the grading system. 

 

Q.9 What is continuous assessment?

Ans. MRU follows a policy of continuous evaluation with the objective to train the student to put in sustained and disciplined efforts over the entire period of study. This will be in the form of a system of continuous assessment, wherein the performance of the student is analysed throughout the semester. This shall include the following:

  • Two term exams with approximately 50% syllabus coverage in first two terms and approximately 100% syllabus coverage in End  term exam.
  • Besides formal evaluation there shall be continuous informal evaluation ( which includes assignments, class performance) for which approximately following weightage shall be used

Theory        Formal: Informal assessment = 4:1

Practical   Formal: Informal assessment = 3:2 

 

Q.10 Are the degree programs recognized by Govt., public and private sector.

Ans. Yes. 

 

Q.11 What are the library timings?

Ans.  The Timings for Central Library is from Monday to Saturday is 8:00am to 8:00pm and on Sunday it is 9:00am to 2:00pm

 

Q.12 Is the campus Wi-fi enabled?

Ans. Yes. It  is  Wi-fi enabled and equipped with latest computing facilities. All computers are connected to the internet with a bandwidth of 45 Mbps

 

 Q.13 What are the key dates?

Ans. Click here for MRU ADMISSIONS CALENDAR 

 

Q.14 When are the classes commencing?

Ans. Classes commencement will be communicated as per the scenario(covid19)

 

Q.15 What are the university working hours?

Ans. Timings for: classes 8:00am- 3:30pm

 

Q.16 What is the duration of the semester?

Ans. For a program the academic year shall normally comprise Odd semester (Jan to May), Even semester (Aug to Dec) and a Summer Training period (normally in the months of June & July). The starting and ending dates of the semesters and the training schedules shall be announced in the academic calendar of the program.

 

Q.17 When are summer trainings organized? Does the college arrange for them?

Ans. During three years program one year will be class room teaching within the campus, while in second and third year students are supposed to undergo the real world training at the corporate and organizations designated and approved by the University. The students undertake summer internships of 4 weeks in second year and 8 weeks in third year under Industry and faculty mentors which are evaluated and credits are awarded for same. 

 

Q.18. Are Parent Teacher Meetings conducted? When and how?

Ans. There are fixed days in the academic calendar for the Parent Teacher Interaction.  These dates are reflected in the Academic Calendar for the semester and  uploaded on the website. However, Parents are regularly invited for interaction and are welcome to meet the faculty at their convenience. In Covid Scenario the PTM are held online. 

 

Q.19 Are there international student exchange programmes?

Ans. There are student exchange programmes and projects with international Institutions of repute such as Purdue University, USA, Auckland University, New Zealand, .  For exp, students undertook an open elective of Purdue University on environmental sustainability and participated in an International Environmental Project with University of Tennessee, USA titled “A step towards cleanliness”. This project was the combined effort of University of Tennessee, Manav Rachna University, Flame University – Pune, EDI- Ahmedabad and Siddganga Institute of Management & Technology. There are over 80 International University Partners in USA, Europe (NWE University, UK, Lahti University, Finland) , Asia (President University, Indonesia)  and Australia (Newcastle University) which have students exchange programs with Manav Rachna University.

 

Q.20 What are the various specializations offered in BBA ?

Ans.

  • BBA Finance and Accounts
  • BBA Entrepreneurship and Family Business
  • BBA Healthcare Management 
  • BBA Operations Management
  • BBA Business Analytics

 

Q.21 What is the exposure to Industry/research/development in the program?

Ans.  The department has successfully developed strong tie-ups with various associations like:

  • Institute of Management Accountants (IMA), USA
  • PHD Chambers of Commerce
  • FICCI
  • AIMA
  • SIDBI
  • NEN
  • FSIA
  • NIESBUD

These organizations are associated  in curriculum design and delivery through workshops, lectures, training  and mentoring  of the students who also work on projects.

Complementary educational and research opportunities are available through the closely associated laboratories, the Project Based Learning Laboratory, industrial visits, internship program and classroom sessions. Our program provides an exciting synergy of innovative projects and activities. Apart from their role in focusing on activities, these programs also facilitate interdisciplinary research, by working on projects in engineering, Applied Sciences and education and  faculty in other departments at MRU.

 

Q.22 What are the laboratory facilities?

Ans. Following lab facilities are available:

  • Computer Lab, with Excel, RDBMS, VBA and other business software
  • Communication Lab
  • Human Lab
  • Online learning platforms of Wiley, PurdueNext, NEN  and Bloomberg

 

Q.23 How are the students trained for placements?

Ans.  MRU works towards enhancing the employability of its students and educating students to embody holistic knowledge, inspire critical & innovative thinking, possess dynamic, verbal as well as written communication skills, and thereby make them Global Citizens. Employability Enhancement is effected through various programs: 

1.Employment Enhancement program (EEP) and Personality Development Program (PDP): The activities currently being performed by CDC include

  • Coaching and Mentoring.
  • Training on Personality Development, Business English, Business Communication and Aptitude Development.
  • Employability Augmentation: Conducting Employability Assessments recognized by a wide range of corporate houses helps students get placed.
  • Professional Enhancements: Making students participate in activities as Six Sigma, Lean Management, Process Improvement Courses etc. to help them add professional qualifications to their CV. 

2.Summer Training: Students at MRU undergo mandatory summer training with a view to expose them to the real world situations where they could apply their learning and sharpen their managerial skills. It involves education beyond the curricula and augments the class room teaching through instructional cum research based work, project based learning, intense Industrial exposure. 

3.Group Discussions and Mock Interviews: Students participate in group discussions on current issues. Mock interviews are also conducted regularly to prepare them for preliminary rounds of selection during campus placements. 

4.Industry and academia guest speakers– Corporate leaders and consultants are invited as Guest Speakers to interact with the students to abreast them with the latest developments  in the market. 

5.Professional Association: For BBA Healthcare Management, chain of 11 super specialty hospitals. For BBA Entrepreneurship and Family Business, collaboration is with National Entrepreneurship Network (NEN) and National Institute for Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development (NIESBUD). For BBA Operations Management with specialization in SCM, Logistics, Project Management, MRU has collaboration with various Industry, Academic, and Professional Associations and Organizations, both nationally and Internationally. 

6.Industry Projects : Students are encouraged to take up projects with corporates and industry associations. 

 

Q.24 What are the different payment options available?

Ans. Payment accepted through Demand Draft; Credit and Debit card; and NEFT.

 

Q.25 What flexibility/ installments can a candidate opt at the time of payment of fees?

Ans. Twice in a year 

 

Q.26 How can I obtain an admission brochure?

Ans. Student can download the brochure from website or it can be purchased from MRU Campus, Administrative Headquarter and city centers in cash.

 

Q.27 Do Manav Rachna offer scholarship for students?

Ans. Yes, Manav Rachna offer scholarship for sports players and meritorious students.

 

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Q1. What is the scope of Electronics & Computer Engineering?

“Electronics and Computer Engineering” is one of the fastest growing field of engineering. With the evolution of the computer age, Electronics &Computer has crept into every sphere  of human life, thus increasing its scope manifolds. Electronics is now a part of our everyday life, from pocket FM radio to televisions, computers, mobile phones and even the high-end satellites that are helping us in every path. India is amongst the fastest growing telecom market, having recently crossed the milestone of 1 billion mobile subscribers. This creates a strong opportunity for electronics & Computer engineers. An electronics and computer engineer can find a job in Consumer electronics manufacturing organization, IT industries, Health care equipment manufacturing, Mobile Computer, Internet technologies, Power Electronics, and other industries like steel, petroleum and chemical industry, directing control, IOT and testing production process. The Government of India has launched the Digital India Program with the vision to transform India into a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy; which will enhance the field of Electronics and Computers.

 

Q2. What are the various courses offered by the department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

 Besides  normal  B.Tech in Electronics & Computer Engineering the department is offering two new specialized courses

  • B.Tech Electronics and Computer Engineering with specialization in VLSI Design and Verification  in association with knowledge partner TrueChip
  • B.Tech Electronics and Computer Engineering Hons. (Specialization in Healthcare Technology) in association with knowledge partner Sahai Research labs

Q3. What Skills the student of ECE student will gain during Study Years:

Graduates of Electronics and Computer Engineering gain the technical skills along with the required programming skills which make them self sufficient to stand as an Electronics as well as a Computer Engineer.

They will learn the hardware concepts of the various electronic devices used in day to day life. Also, they will be versed with the programming languages required by the most eminent software industries. Electronics and Computer engineers can create, design and develop everyday devices like mobiles, computers etc. with all new novelties and advances in them.

There is a lot of scope in this field as it provides areas of expertise in communication, VLSI, Embedded Systems, Software Engineering, Computer Programming languages, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics etc. The students are made verse with all the latest technologies used in the design and development of all new electronics and computer products. They are also capable of getting involved in R&D activities in various areas of Specializations.

 

Q4. How far students are exposed to industries in Electronics and Computer Engineering

The Department has strong interaction with industries and the students are exposed to the cutting-edge technologies applied in industries by way of internships, in-plant trainings, guest lectures from corporate persons and industrial visits. Industrial visits have been organized to the industries like ST Microelectronics, Infineon, Ericsson, Truechip, KPMG, MTNL, BSNL, Mitsubishi, Moserbaer, Tricolitte etc.
In order to keep updated with the latest cutting edge technologies, MoU have been signed with Industrial organisations like True Chip, Sahai Research Labs, Srijan Sanchar, Altair, Design Tech  etc.

 

Q5. Why should one opt for Electronics and Computer Engineering at MRU?

Manav Rachna University is a State Private University (established by Haryana State Legislature Act No 26 of 2014 & under section 2(f) of UGC Act 1956). The University has evolved from Manav Rachna College of Engineering (MRCE, established in 2004), a NAAC Accredited ‘A’ Grade Institution ranked 10th among all the private engineering institutes of the country and 29th among all engineering institutes across the country including IITs and NITs by The Times Engineering survey (May 27th, 2016). The highlights of Electronics and Computer program at MRU are that they have a choice-based credit system, with a spectrum of elective subjects, which a student can pick and learn at one’s own pace. The emphasis of the department is on “learning by doing”. Departmental Laboratories have been strengthened and modernized by procuring state of art Equipment and latest software’s. Some of the labs worth mentioning are Altair Centre of Excellence Programming lab, PCB Design and Fabrication lab, Software Design Lab, Infosys Programming Lab, Satellite Communication Lab, Embedded Systems Lab etc.

 

Q6. What is the quality of faculty in the department?

The Department has distinguished faculty, with M.Tech and Ph.D. degrees from renowned institutes like IIT’s, NIT’s, Central Universities etc, most of whom are GATE/NET qualified.  The major research areas are Signal Processing &Communication, RF & Microwave Engineering, VLSI Design, Embedded systems Design, Controls & Instrumentation, Big Data, Data Mining, Hadoop, Data Warehousing, Business Intelligence, Neural Networks, Power systems etc.

 

Q7. What are the career opportunities available to Electronics and Computer engineers?

As the program is designed with a focus of contributing towards the “Make in India” slogan and helping develop software enabled electronic hardware products, Electronics and Computer engineers have high caliber to find jobs with entry level packages of Rs.5.0 – Rs. 12.0 lakhs per annum. These graduates would have excellent opportunities in Public/Govt. sector organizations like BEL, BSNL, BHEL, NHPC, NTPC, DMRC, C-Dot, HAL, Airport Authority, BARC, ISRO, DRDO, NTRO, CSIR, SAMEER. Other sectors which offer job opportunities are armed forces, railways, technical universities, banking sector and state electricity boards. MNCs namely Hewlett Packard, Agilent, Cadence, Synopsis, Truechip Solutions, Texas Instruments, Simmtronics, Qualcomm, Cognizant, ST-Microelectronics, MIDAS Communication, IBM/Microsoft, Nokia Siemen are also the major recruiters of ECM students. Apart from the placements in reputed organizations, many students also opt for higher studies through CAT, GATE, GRE etc.

 

Q8. What are the teaching methodologies adopted by the department?

The teaching methodology adopted by the Department is complete synergy with the latest and evolving market challenges and trends. We follow highly interactive, student-centric and innovative teaching methodologies that emphasize on learning by experimenting and experiencing to groom future technical leaders and managers. These include case studies, audio-visual presentations, group discussions, role-plays, brainstorming, industrial visits, symposia, seminars, projects, quizzes and special lectures of experts from the corporate. Adequate focus is given on enhancing analytical powers, Computational skills, problem-solving strategies and team spirit. A rich association of the best industry professionals and highly competent faculty members, thrust towards the practical orientation backed with a thorough theoretical base.

In the tougher times of Covid-19,the department immediately shifted to the online mode ,engaging through various platforms like Zoom, Google Classroom, MS Team. The internal and Final examination was also conducted on various online platforms

 

Q9. What kind of Infrastructure is available to the department?

The department has state of the art, modern and well-equipped Laboratories with adequate facilities. Classrooms are fitted with the latest equipment for making presentations, lectures, debates and group discussions take place in the most convenient and enriching way. Students get all the ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) support in their Smart Classrooms and are encouraged to perform as digital learners. The latest technology with Interactive Boards and Projectors is extensively used in the classroom to benefit young learners. Dimensional Structure of the Classrooms, Tutorial Rooms and Laboratories are also as per latest AICTE norms.

 

Q10. What is the Alumni Status of the department?

  • Rahul Sharma, Design Engineer, Mentor Graphics at annual package of 20 Lakhs.
  • Dhruv Sharma, Application Engineer, Cadence with annual package of 12 Lakhs
  • Raghav Rastogi, Design Engineer , Truechip Solutions, with annual package of 11 Lakhs
  • Vansh Tara, Lido Learning with annual package of 10 Lakhs

Graduates have also got placements in various organizations including Hewlett Packard, Agilent, Cadence, Synopsis, Truechip Solutions, Texas Instruments, Simmtronics, Qualcomm, Cognizant, ST-Microelectronics, MIDAS Communication, IBM/Microsoft, Nokia Siemen, Accenture, Ericsson, Green India, Arnav Technology, Cnif, Outflare, Maintec, Micromax, HCL CDC, Xperia, Indian Navy, Josh Technology, Grey Meter, EXL, CMC Limited etc.

Apart from Placements, many graduates opt for higher education through GATE, NET, GRE, TOEFL, IELTS etc and are successfully placed Nationally and Internationally.

 

Q11. What do you teach in Summer Training?

To fulfil industry need, Department organizes following modules/workshops during summer training:

  1. PCB and Circuit Designing in association with CROMA CAMPUS.
  2. Analytical Solutions of Electronic Components using MATLAB.
  3. Projects like Line Follower, Obstacle Detector, Fingerprint Sensing using Arduino.
  4. Image Processing using MATLAB.
  5. Designing Multi-Band Antennas using EM simulation tool.
  6. Altair Softwares

 

Q12. What are the achievements of the department?

  • Project on Anti-Collision System in Vehicles at Railroad Crossing using RF Signal Transmission funded by Valeo – Smart Technology for Smarter Cars, Paris, France. It is also ready for PATENT filing, 2017.
  • Project on Wide Band & MultiBand Planar Antennas for Wireless Communication and Medical Applications funded by MRU, Faridabad in 2017.
  • Project on LED Patterns on Ceiling Fans in collaboration with ORIENT FANS, 2017.

 

Q13. Who should study Electronics and Computer Engineering?

Electronics and Computer Engineering integrates elements of electronics engineering and computer science to create advanced intelligent systems. If students’ interest is towards , inclination to design and develop electronic systems through the latest technologies, then this programme is the right choice for you.

 

Q14. Job sector for after  Electronics and Computer Engineering

  •         Analog Design Engineer
  •         Digital Design Engineer
  •         Layout Engineer
  •         Testing and Verification Engineer
  •         PDK Developer
  •         Design Synthesis Engineer
  •         Design and Development Engineer, electrical and electronic systems
  •         PCB Designer
  •         Product Validation Engineer
  •         Embedded Firmware Engineer
  •         Embedded Hardware Engineer
  •         Embedded System Developer
  •         Hardware Systems Firmware Debug and Integration Engineer
  •         Control Systems Engineer
  •         Instrumentation Engineer
  •         Systems & Communications Engineer
  •         Antenna engineer
  •         Network Communications Systems Engineer
  •         RF Wireless Systems Engineer
  •         RF Systems Engineer
  •         Data Analyst
  •         Software engineer
  •         Cybersecurity Engineer – Embedded Systems
  •         DT Consultant
  •         Data Architect

 

Q15. What are various subject electives are being offered under Electronics and Computer Engineering 

Different specialization areas are available in the various elective baskets/verticals  as VLSI, Embedded Systems ,IOT, Communication, Health Care, Basics of Data Sciences & machine Learning/ computer.

Electronics is currently largest and ever growing manufacturing industry in the world with the market above $1.75 trillion. Vision 2020 by the Indian government is foreseeing a splendid future for the Indian ESDM that is Electronic Systems Design and Marketing.

Here, ESDM is comprised of India’s chip design, VLSI design, hardware board designs and embedded software development. Associations among people and machines are very nearly an extreme move with the possibility to open tremendous conceivable outcomes encouraged through the idea known as the IoT. With advanced technologies like Artificial intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning these communication can empower gadgets to foresee, respond, react and upgrade the physical world. The IoT is well-poised to usher in the next technological revolution since the time of the Internet.

Vision 2020 by the Indian government is foreseeing a splendid future for the Indian ESDM that is Electronic Systems Design and Marketing

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FAQs – Department of Physics

Q1. What is the duration of the course?

Ans. B.Sc (H) Physics- 3 year full-time regular course (six semesters )

 

Q2. What are the eligibility criteria?

Ans.2. Candidate having passed 10+2 examination from any recognized Board with 50% or more marks in aggregate of three Science subjects Physics, Chemistry and Maths along with English. 

 

Q3. For entrance exams is there any prescribed syllabus for students?

Ans.3. It is based on 10+2 level of Physics.

 

Q4. What are various job opportunities after pursuing the course?

Ans.4. Below are the details of the job opportunities:

  • Teaching in colleges and schools.
  • Civil services exams
  • Higher studies
  • Banking,
    Airlines and Railways
  • Military
  • Industry

 

Q5.   What kind of subjects will I be studying in B.Sc. (H) Physics?

Ans.5. As per UGC norms and the elective subject offered by the department.

 

Q6. What are the further study options after completing B.Sc.?

Ans.6. After passing B.Sc., student can pursue M.Sc. in different specialized branches to enhance your interest areas and skills.

 

Q7.  What are benefits of studying B.Sc. in MRU?

Ans.7.

  • Sc. course was started in 2015 in MRU and this year shall be 4th year.
  • The course is taught by highly qualified faculties.
  • The institute has foreign faculty exchange programme with Lahti University of Applied Science, Lahti, Finland and Leeds Metropolitan University, U.K.
  • The department keeps organizing regular workshops in science and technology for updating knowledge of staffs and students.
  • The department has adequate research facility in many branches of physics like renewable energy, atmospheric science, material science, and theoretical physics.

 

Q8. To which university is this course affiliated?

Ans.8. B.Sc. course is affiliated to Manav Rachna University.

 

 

Q9. What are the advantages of doing B.Sc. at MRU?

Ans.9. Merits of studying B.Sc. at Manav Rachna University:

  • Continuing education programs focusing upon skill enhancements
  • Sponsored international exchange programs
  • International tie ups with various universities
  • E library: online Journals
  • Experienced Faculty in all streams
  • Ongoing collaborative international research programs
  • Wi-fi campus with free internet facility

 

Q10. Is hostel facility available for students of B.Sc.?

Ans.10. MRU has on campus and off campus hostel facilities for boys and girls.

 

Q11. What are the means to reach MRU from Delhi, Gurgaon and nearby places?

Ans.11. MRU is situated at the picturesque Aravali Hills area of Faridabad which is well connected by road and neared Delhi Metro station is about 5 kms from the campus. MRU has its own strong fleet of 40 buses which ply all over NCR. Moreover, bus facility from Haryana transport is also available.

 

Q12. How this course is different from courses offered by Delhi University and others?

Ans.12.Tie ups with various international universities for student exchange program. Large number of electives are provided to update the knowledge of Physics. Updated course syllabus.

 

Q13. What is the student-faculty ratio of the department?

Ans.13. Student-faculty ratio as per UGC norms.

 

Q14. Is there any scholarship pattern for the meritorious students?

Ans.14. Yes, there are scholarship pattern for the meritorious students that functions according to the University norms. For more details regarding this, you can go through our university’s website: Scholarship Policy:https://manavrachna.edu.in/scholarship-for-students/. For referring the fee of the different courses one can refer to Fee Structure: https://manavrachna.edu.in/university/fee-structure-mru/.              

Q15. Is course material provided by the University or the books are included in the fees structure?

Ans.15. Facility of e- library and the course material is uploaded on the intranet.

 

Q16. Apart from course fees are there any charges for the practical?

Ans.16. No.

 

Q17. Does the course follow semester or annual system?

Ans.17. Semester system.

 

Q18. What is the structure of the programme?

Ans.18. The B.Sc. programme is designed to provide basic and updated knowledge of physics and its applications in many areas. All the programs give hands on practical experience and training by various practical classes, The students are also trained to develop multidisciplinary approach by carrying a research project.

 

Q19.What are the teaching-learning approaches used?

Ans.19. The B.Sc. program utilizes a combination of teaching and learning approaches which include lectures, tutorials, practical classes, seminars, problem-based learning, field visits, group/individual assignments, and development of communication skills. Students are required to undertake research projects in the final year of the program. With this knowledge and skills, the students are able to work in their future effectively.

 

Q20. Who are the teaching staffs?

Ans. The department has well-qualified, experienced teaching staff. There are two professors, two associate professor and five assistant professor. They are also actively involved in research and have published extensively in different areas of physics.

 

Q21. Does the course include any Soft Skills / Personality Development training?

Ans.21.Soft Skills and Personality Development session are integral part of the curriculum. Manav Rachna University offers special subjects on communication skill and personality development along with foreign languages (French, German, Spanish & Arabic) soft courses.

 

Q22. Besides M.Sc. Physics what other post graduation courses can be done after B.Sc.?

Ans.22. Students have a lot of carrier options for higher studies after B.Sc. they can opt. MBA, M.Com, and MCA amongst other disciplines.

 

Q23. Are the students eligible for Civil services or other national exams after completing B.Sc. from Manav Rachna University?

Ans.23. Yes.

 

Q24. Whether facilities for extra-curricular activities are available?

Ans.24. MRU campus has adequate facilities for sports and cultural activities. There are cultural and hobby clubs including band/orchestra in various institutions. The students regularly participate in Intra College and inter college sports & cultural activities and have won numerous prizes.

 

Q25. What are the deadlines for admission?

Ans.25. The last date for submitting completed application form is given in Admission Brochure and on university website (link: https://manavrachna.edu.in/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/MREI-Brochure.pdf)

 

Q26. Should the parents come along with the candidate for admission?

Ans.26. It is not mandatory for parents to attend the counseling. It is left to the parents to decide about this.

 

Q27. I need to speak to an adviser: don’t know which course to choose.

Ans.27. Our expert team of admission counselors is available to help you and guide you through admission process. They are available at the Counseling Centre at Block H of the campus, if you require any information on choosing the course or if you face any difficulty in filling up the application form.

 

Q28. What is the mode of payment of fees?

Ans.28. Demand Draft, Paytm, Online-Transfer and Option for Credit and Debit card are also available. The details for the same can be found under the heading Mode of Deposit of Fees by the Application. (Link: https://manavrachna.edu.in/university/admissions/admission-procedure/)

 

Q29. Does MRU arrange for Educational loan through banks?

Ans29. Educational loans are provided by all Nationalized Banks. And the individual student has to approach the Bank of his/her choice.

 

Q30. Is the loan facility available only to candidates who belong to NCR?

Ans.30. No, loan facility is available for students all over India subject to fulfillment of conditions stipulated by the bank extending the education loan.

 

Q31. How many working days in a week does MRU work?

Ans.31. The regular curriculum classes are held from Monday to Friday.

 

Q32. What kind of grooming programs are offered to the students?

Ans.32. We organize Personality Development classes conducted by Corporate Trainers, helping students to develop Soft Skills, Career Exploration, Resume Writing, Interviewing Skills, Presentation Skills, and Team Building Skills etc.

 

Q33.  What is the strength of teaching learning process at MRU?

Ans.33.

Use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in teaching learning process:

  1. Use of LCD projectors, web cameras etc.
  2. Usage of virtual laboratories in different courses.
  3. On line tests and evaluation; feedback system etc.

II    Extension/redesigning of regular curricula:

  1. Extension of experiments in laboratories to lead the students to designing stage.
  2. Introduction of mini projects in lab courses.
  3. Redesigning of courses to suit the needs of students with different learning abilities.
  4. Employment Enhancement Program, focused on imparting industry specialized soft skills, aptitude and technical training, in place.
  5. Co- curricular activities to bridge the gaps in curriculum.

III   Student Centric Learning:

  1. Breadth of electives offered.
  2. Identification of weak and advanced learners.
  3. Special measures for addressing the needs of these learners.
  4. Communication skills test at entry level to provide specialized communication skills training.
  5. Tutorial batch size of 15 for more personalized attention.
  6. Introduction of tutorials on need basis.
  7. Summer training programs

 

Q34. Are sufficient books available in Library?

Ans.34. Yes, we have a well stocked library with wide variety of books

 

Q35. When will the classes start commencing?

And. 35. For B. Sc. (H) Physics the classes will start from 12.07.2021 (Monday) and for M. Sc. Physics 14.07.2021 (Wednesday).

 

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FAQs for Transport

Q-1 Is there any bus facility from user’s location?

Ans. Yes, please refer the stop list at transportation Page.

Q-2 What type of transport facility is provided to the students for their location?

Ans. a) AC for Delhi,Gurgaon, Noida, Faridabad & Palwal

Q-3 What are the safety devices installed in the buses of Manav Rachna?

Ans. Every AC bus is equipped with GPS, Speed Governor, CCTV, Monitor, First Aid Kit and Fire Extinguisher.

Q-4 What are the transport charges for the said location?

Ans. Proposed Transport charges for the session 2020-21 are as follows:

  1. Delhi – 1(South): Rs.48,300/-
  2. Delhi – 2 (Rest of Delhi):  Rs.52,900/-
  3. Noida:  Rs.52,900/-
  4. Gurugram: Rs.52,900/-
  5. Palwal:  Rs.39,000/-
  6. Faridabad:  Rs. 33,000/-
  7. Faridabad – Off Campus Hostel:  Free

Q-5 What will be the route for their location?

Ans. Based on the users strength at each location, routes will be finalized only after the closure of admission procedure of MREI.

Q-6 What will be the arrival and departure timings to and from the Campus of MREI?

Ans. Arrival at Campus 7:45 AM

Departure from Campus 16:400 PM

Q-7 How can the transport facility be availed?

Ans. Immediately after the admission card is issued to the student, student is to approach the transport counter for registration there and a Transport Application Form will be issued to deposit the transport fee with the CAD (Central Accounts Department) official at MREI campus only.

Q-8 Can the transport fee, be deposited in parts?

Ans. No, it is paid in full for the whole session in advance at the time of availing transport facility.

Q-9 What will be the mode of payment of Transport Fee?

Ans. Transport Fee is accepted only by the two modes of payment i.e. Demand Draft and Credit or Debit Card, Paytm, NEFT, PNB Challan. 2.1% Extra charge on credit card.

Q-10 What document will be issued to the transport user after depositing transport charges?

Ans. Initially, a transport fee receipt is issued by the CAD immediately after depositing applicable transport fee and after showing the receipt to the Transport official at the counter, a Transport ID Card is issued to the student which must be carried by him/her daily at the time of using Manav Rachna transport facility.

Q-11 Can the transport facility be withdrawn?

Ans. No, transport facility can’t be withdrawn except under the following conditions:

a) Withdrawal of Admission,

b) Shifting of residence to the place where the transport facility of Manav Rachna is not available

c) Shifting to the Hostel of Manav Rachna.

Q-12 What amount will be refunded, in case of the transport facility is withdrawn?

Ans. Refund will be as per the Transport Refund Policy, as approved by the competent authority of Manav Rachna, by making the deductions, calculated on the total transport charges for the whole academic session which is as follows:

If the withdrawal is applied from the date Deduction Applicable of the commencement of the session;

  • Before Commencement of the session NIL (no deduction)
  • From 1st day to 30th day 25%
  • From 31st day to 60th Day 50%
  • From 61st Day to 180th Days 75%
  • After 180 days 100%

Q-13 How, the information and updates are conveyed to the transport users?

Ans. Any information/Circulars, issued by the Transport Department, are displayed outside the Transport office as well as in each and every route bus. Information is also conveyed through the Notice Boards of the respective Institutes/Faculties.

Q-14 Is there any Fine and Penalty clause?

Ans. Yes, it is decided and imposed as per the approval of the compellent authority of Manav Rachna.

a) In case of default in fee payment, there is a Late Fee Fine, which is charged as per the rate approved by the competent authority of Manav Rachna.

b) In case of any indiscipline in or around bus or transport system or campus, disciplinary action along with the penalty as approved by the competent authority of Manav Rachna may be levied.

c) In case, the user is found travelling in Manav Rachna bus without carrying the valid transport ID Card, he/she may be fined.

d) In case, the Transport ID Card / Fee Receipt is misplaced, Rs. 200/- is charged towards Duplicate Transport ID Card charges and a FIR/ Affidavit on stamp paper duly attested by the Notary Public is required to submit by the transport users with the Transport department of Manav Rachna.

Q-15 From where the buses can be boarded in the Campus?

Ans. The buses are parked behind T-Block and can be boarded only from there at the scheduled time. To avoid any inconvenience, users are advised to reach there in the parking at least 10 minutes before the scheduled departure of buses. After leaving the parking area of the campus, buses will not stop midway.

Q-16 In case of bus breakdown on the route, what will be the alternative arrangement?

Ans. Firstly, the transport department makes efforts in providing an alternative transport facility, if failed, in rare circumstances, hiring of the public vehicle, at individual/group (pool) at user’s level, may also be the alternative solution at that time on reimbursement basis but with the prior intimation or permission with the Transport Department of Manav Rachna. Bill / Invoice will be required for reimbursement of payment.

Q-17 Do the bus wait at the stop for the student?

Ans. No, the students are to reach at stop at least 5 minutes before the scheduled stop time.

Q-18 In case of Emergencies, who can be contacted?

Ans. For security-related emergencies, the Security Official of Manav Rachna i.e. 9650408080 may be called. In case of extreme emergency of security, Police at 100 may also be called.
For Route related emergencies, Route Supervisors or the Manager Transport of Manav Rachna at the nos. displayed in the buses may be contacted.

Q-19 How  a seat in the bus can be claimed by the authorized transport users?

Ans. A seat number is given to every transport user on the basis of the First-Come-First-Serve basis. Students are to claim the allotted seat itself in the bus and in case, the seat is already occupied by another student, he/she may be asked to vacant the seat by the actual allottee. In case of default in claim, available transport staff or the faculty members, in the bus, may be requested for help. The student, who deposits the full transport fee first, is eligible to get seat first. Depositing of transport fee does not confirm the allotment of seat in the bus. List of the transport users is displayed on every route bus with their allotted seat numbers.

Q-20 What will be the validity of the Transport ID Card?

Ans. Transport fee is always charged once in full for the whole academic session and it is valid upto the end of the Academic session for which the transport fee is deposited.

Q-21 What is the procedure of registering the transport related complaint/feedback?

Ans. a) There is a Complaint/Feedback Register, kept with the Transport Department and any kind of complaint may be lodged in it.

b) Students can register their complaint/feedback through email ID of the Transport Manager i.e. akhilesh.transport@mriu.edu.in

c)   Complaint/Feedback drop boxes are placed at Transport Office and in the Bus Parking area in the campus.

Q-22 Is there any online access to the Transport System of Manav Rachna?

Ans. Yes, of course, there is. By accessing the link on your computer, the detailed transport system can be accessed directly by yourself.

Q-23 What is the alternative mode of transport of reaching MREI Campus?

Ans.  A) Haryana Roadways City Bus Service which directly connects MREI Campus with Delhi from Tughlakabad Metro Station,

B) Haryana Roadways city Bus Service which directly connects MREI Campus with Gurgaon from Bus Stand via Gurgaon-Faridabad Road, NIT

C) DMRC which Connects MREI Campus with Delhi and Faridabad users through Metro services on Voilet Line upto Badkhal Metro Station and Auto ride from there to the campus.

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Faculty of Architecture & Design:

Q.Which all courses are offered in Faculty of Architecture & Design? How many seats are there in each course?
Ans. Following courses are offered in Faculty of Architecture & Design-

Bachelor of Architecture Course-40 Seats

Bachelor of Science- Interior Design- 40 seats 

Q.What is the duration of B. Arch. degree course?
Ans.The duration of B. Arch. Degree course is 5 years.

Q.What is the recognition of B. Arch. Course?
Ans. BArch. degree course is recognized by Council of Architecture.

Q.What is Architecture?
Ans. Architecture is both the process and product of planning, designing and constructing form, space and ambience that reflect functional, technical, social, and aesthetic considerations. It requires the creative manipulation and coordination of material, technology, light and shadow.

Q.What do Architects do?
Ans. Architects systematically combine scientific knowledge with creative ability to design objects, things or processes that support all human activities In the civilized world as Architects, you will touch every human being’s life every moment. Architects make our life comfortable.

Q.What are the features of B.Arch course at MRIIRS(formerly MRIU)?
Ans. Manav Rachna International Insitute of Research And Studies offers 5-year degree programme in B.Arch (Bachelor of Architecture) which is duly recognized by the Council of Architecture and the degree shall be awarded by MRIIRS(formerly MRIU). Faculty of Architecture and Design conducting the B Arch course is housed in a state-of-the-art building equipped with well setup laboratories and studios, lecture theaters, library facilities, computer labs along with contemporary softwares to provide the most stimulating academic environment for its students.

Q.Where is Faculty of Architecture and Design (FAD) located?
Ans. Faculty of Architecture and Design is one of the faculties of Manav Rachna International Insitute of Research And Studies MRIIRS(formerly MRIU) located in “E” Block, Sector 43, Aravalli Hills, Delhi- Surajkund Road, Faridabad.

Q.What future prospects does one have after graduating in B.Arch?

Ans. The future prospects are as follows:

    • Architecture
    • Interior Designing
    • Town Planning/Urban Design
    • Sustainable Architecture
    • Project management
    • Real Estate Management / Valuation
    • Digital Architecture
    • Gaming
    • 3D Presentation
    • Set Designing

Q.What skills should architects possess?
Ans. Technical Skills

  • Programming, Manufacturing.
  • Basic Computer skills and specialized soft-wares like CAD etc.
  • Preparing drawings, models, process charts.
  • Preparing financial estimates, budgets, costing.
  • Materials and Methods of construction.
  • Project Management.

Human Skills

  • Formal presentations.
  • Interpersonal Communications.
  • Decision Making.
  • Negotiating
  • Team working.
  • Motivating.
  • Leading and Supervising.
  • Managing Time.

Q.What is the status of NATA viz-a-viz AIEEE?
Ans. The latter is an exam for admission to some specific colleges, while NATA is a test being conducted by Council of Architecture and is the basic criteria for admission to all colleges of Architecture throughout the country.

Q. What are the Eligibility criteria for B.Arch Programme?
Ans. The eligibility criteria is as follow:

  1. Student must have at least 50% marks in aggregate in Best 5 subjects in 10+2 including Mathematics as a compulsory subject.
  2. NATA 2016 is valid for 2 years. Hence, we will take admissions in 2017 based on last year’s score.
  3. NATA 2017 shall be conducted by Council of Architecture on single day i.e. 16.04.2017 all over India.

B.Sc Interior Design:

Q. What is Interior design?
Ans. Interior Design is the profession that focuses on the layout, design and beautification of interior spaces, buildings and other structures. Interior designers work in a wide range of settings, including residential, commercial, hospitality and institutional environments.

Q. Are drawing skills mandatory to join B.Sc.-ID course?
Ans. 
No, our course curriculum is designed in a manner where we start teaching from the basic dot line drawing and in the last semester, expose the students to specialized fields also.

Q. Are drawing skills required for an Interior Designer? Why?
Ans. As the interior designer’s work is based on conceptual design, drawing is one of the tools to depict the ideas developed for the client’s needs.

Q. What are the profiles aimed at after completing this course? Ans. There is a misconception that Interior designers have very limited areas to work in. They can work as: Space Planner, Freelance Interior Designer, Office Space Designer, Set Designer, Corporate Showroom Designer, Art Director, Furniture Designer, FengShui Consultant, Wall Covering Designer, Window Treatment Specialist, Interior Design Educator, Kitchen & Bath Designer, Design Journalist, Colour Consultant etc.

Q.Which are the sectors where an interior designer can work?
Ans. 
Interior designers can work with Architectural Firms, Interior Houses, Furniture Showrooms, Institutional Spaces, Corporate Spaces, Health Care, Airport Terminals, Theme Parks, Hospitality, Shopping Malls, Design Consulting Offices, Corporate Design Departments, Govt. Design Agencies etc.

Q.Does Interior Designing offer opportunities for a regular and well paying job?
Ans. 
Yes, it is a job sector in demand. In India, as the lifestyle is getting better day by day; so is the work for Interior designers. Renovations and redesigning of various spaces offers regular and well paid jobs.

Q. What are the softwares used in this stream?
Ans. 
Various specialized industry softwares are:

  • AUTOCAD – 2D and 3D
  • 3Ds Max
  • Adobe Photoshop

Q. To work as a freelancer, what is the minimum investment required? 
Ans. The creative skills and the design capabilities are the prime investments for any Interior Designer. Depending on the nature of project and innovative skills of students, business could be started.

Q. How does Interior Designing differ from Architecture?
Ans. 
Architects and Interior Designers work very differently. Most Architects work with structure and building design and prefer not to work with details of interiors, such as Kitchen and Bath design, Custom Cabinetry, Built-ins, Color schemes, Wall and Window treatments. Designers can create a master plan for the interiors of your entire home or office, which can be implemented in stages, as & when your budget allows.

Q. Can a fresher start his/her own business or one should have some experience?
Ans. 
Yes, a fresher can start his/her own business as we give exposure to the students in the area of entrepreneurship also.

Q. Is there an interaction with the renowned personalities from the industry?
Ans. 
Yes, lectures are scheduled by experts of various fields like Architects, Vaastu Experts, Estate Manager, Professional Model makers etc.

Q. Does MRIIRS(formerly MRIU)-FPA hold any workshops/ Seminars related to the course?
Ans. 
Yes, workshops/seminars/ exhibitions are conducted, where the students get an interactive session with the industry experts. In short, all such activities are an integral part of this program.

Q. What is the employment scope?

Ans. High level and high end industrial manufacturers hire product designers with high pay and perquisites with immediate promotions as per trends. Moreover freelance designers are also working globally and in collaboration and yearning six figure incomes.

There are enormous opportunities for the B.Des graduates to secure a job in private sector. Many private organizations such as Boutiques, Hotels, Fashion Media, marketing sector, Furniture Manufacturing Units, and Quality Control Offices, etc offer huge openings for the B.Des pass outs. In these private firms, one can join as Cutting Assistant / Graphic Designer / Illustrator / Entrepreneurs / Design Manager / Colorists / Outside Sales Representative.

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FAQs For Faculty of Media Studies & Humanities – English

Q-1. What are the courses under the Dept. of English?
Ans. The Dept. of English offers both the undergraduate and post graduate courses. The programmes offered are -B.A. (Hons.) English, M.A. (English) and Ph.D (English). The syllabi of the different course are planned carefully, comprising all the schools, periods and genres of English literature. The entire stream of English literature from the age of Chaucer to the Modern Age comes under the purview of the syllabi. The scope of the study has also been broadened by incorporating The Classical Greek literature, Indian Literature, African and Continental Literature. The syllabi of various courses can match well with those prescribed in the reputed universities such as Delhi University, JNU and Jamia Millia Islamia. Competent and experienced faculty members are available in the department to supervise research scholars for Ph.D. course. Adequate infrastructural facilities have been provided for smooth running of the courses.

Q-2. How can I obtain an Admission Brochure?
Ans. Admission Brochure can be obtained through the following methods:

  • Download from the MRIU website.
  • Obtain by hand.

Q-3. How and where is the Admission/Application Form to be submitted?
Ans. A Student has to submit the application form online using the Scratch Card and Brochure Number provided with the Admission Brochure or directly using debit/credit card.

He/she should then secure two hard copies of the submitted application form. One copy should be kept for self reference and the other is to be submitted to MRIU at the time of Physical Counseling.

Q-4 What is English Honours Course? How is it different from the B.A pass course?
Ans. B.A. (Hons.) English runs into three years of two semesters each. It gives the students an insight into the basic tenets of English literature. The course is aimed at developing a genuine interest in the subject. Its objective is to broaden the horizon of the students so as to perceive human life and conditions in its correct perspective.

It differs from the “Pass Course” in terms of syllabi content and extensive study of English Literature. It focuses more on the specialized study of English Literature rather than giving general knowledge and information about other subjects and areas of Arts and Humanities.

Q-5 What is the scope of B.A (Hons.) English?
Ans. The scope and demand of this course is vast and varied. The students, after graduation, can pursue higher studies and excel themselves in the field of Academics and Research. They can also compete for the higher competitive examinations including the Civil Services Exam. It has been observed that the students with literature background have better chances of getting selected for the Civil Services. Besides, they can pursue their careers in the areas of Management and Journalism.

Q-6 What is the importance of this course?
Ans. It has been observed in the recent past that the students with a good command over English have been in great demand in the media industry. Particularly, there has been an upper trend among the students to take up a career in Journalism. The best part in this course is that the faculty of Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication (BJMC) is also involved in taking classes for B.A (Hons.) English and helping in enhancing their communication skills as also making them aware of the latest trends in the media industry. Besides, the student with a good command over English are sought after keenly by the corporate world.

Q-7 What is the minimum eligibility for admission into B.A (Hons.) English course?
Ans. A student needs to score a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate of best 5 subjects at 10+2 in any stream with pass in English.

Q-8 What kind of grooming do the programs offer to the students?
Ans. We organize personality development classes to help the students to promote their soft skills, career exploration, resume writing, interviewing skills and presentation skills. We also organize panel discussions, news reading, mock parliament, group discussions and news analysis for the overall development of their body, mind and soul. Work-shops on various related topics and technical aspects of syllabi are organized. We also, from time to time, arrange guest lectures by renowned teachers and scholars of the field. We have tie-ups with the media industry.

Q-9 What is the quality of the Faculty of English Department?
Ans. The Faculty of the Department is highly experienced and qualified, in keeping with the U.G.C norms and regulations. Their Ph.D. dissertations are from varied areas from the Classical to the Modern Age. A fair number of books as well as research papers go to the credit of and Research articles published in reputed Journals and Magazines. Undoubtedly, the Department of English has an excellent teaching faculty supported by the visiting faculty from DU and other leading universities. Our faculty has a vast exposure to knowledge and expertise from the world of research and development.

Q-10 What type of facilities are provided to the students by the University?
Ans. The Department of English provides a good infrastructure that includes A.C classrooms fitted with overhead projectors. We also have the facility of a studio for recording, evaluating and improving the public speaking skills of the students.

The Department has a well stocked library with a large number of books in different areas of English language, literature and soft-skills. The library also subscribes to a good number of both online, print journals and magazines.

Q-11 Will the amount be refunded if we don’t take admission?
Ans. Refund of Fees is governed in accordance with guidelines laid down in UGC letter No: D.O.1-3/2007 (CPP-II), Details are available on website www.manavrachna.edu.in.

Q-12 Do we need to deposit the original certificates at the time of admission?
Ans. No, there is no need to submit original certificates but a candidate must produce original certificates/documents on the day of admission for verification, failing which the candidate shall not be considered for the same.

Q-13 What are the documents to be produced at the time of admission?
Ans. For B.A.(Hons.) Eng -12th original mark sheet, Date of Birth certificate, address proof, Medical Fitness Certificate, and character certificate from institution last attended. For M.A.(Hons.) Eng – Mark-sheet of Graduation,12th original mark sheet, Date of Birth certificate, address proof, Medical Fitness Certificate, and character certificate from institution last attended.

Q-14 What measures are taken to assist the students in finding employment?
Ans. MRIU has a well organized placement cell called Corporate Resource Centre which is doing a commendable job year after year. We conduct special coaching sessions for improving the employability skills of the students. We have a good rapport with other educational institutions for the exposure of the students to their academic and research environment.

Q-15 For how many days does the University work in a week?
Ans. Six days a week, from Monday to Saturday.

Q-16 Does the institution assist the students in processing educational loan applications?
Ans. A separate cell has been set-up for providing assistance in education loan from Bank. Also representatives of various banks remain available in campus during physical counseling days.

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FAQs for Faculty of Media Studies & Humanities – Journalism & Mass Comm

International University, a NAAC accredited university with ‘A’ rank. And this is a matter of great pride for students and teachers alike. The Faculty comprises two departments, namely Department of Journalism & Mass Communication and Department of English. Faculty of Media Studies and Humanities (FMeH) aims at imparting quality education in order to cater to the increasing demands of the industry. At FMeH, we take up challenges that come with the existing as well as emerging corporate environments. The core strength of FMeH lies in the harmony among all its stakeholders: Students, Faculty, Staff and Management. It is our firm faith that value based learning can transform a student into an efficient professional and a responsible citizen.

Department of Journalism and Mass Communication

Q-1 What all programs does Department of J & MC offer?
Ans. Department of J&MC offers programs at UG & PG level in Journalism and Mass Communication in regular mode along with Ph.D.

Q-2 How the programs are different from other ones and also from other universities?
Ans. The programs being offered under this department are basically field oriented. Apart from the class room lectures, the thrust is mainly given on practical aspects and therefore, become more interesting and absorbing. The students tend to learn every aspect of media and also the art of film making. The Faculty has its own well equipped studio where different programs like panel discussions, group discussions, debates, open house sessions etc are not only organized but recorded which is mainly done by the students. Not only this, the students are also sent to the fields to interview various celebrities, cover various events of importance. In nutshell, the students come out of the university as confident and expert in their fields.

Q-3 Can a student go for higher studies after graduating from Department of J&MC?
Ans. Yes, J&MC degree is as good as the one awarded by any central or state university. A Bachelor degree holder from this department can also apply for higher studies in any of the Indian or overseas universities.

Q-4 What is the quality of the Faculty and what is so innovative in their teaching methodologies?
Ans. The core faculty comprises of distinguished academicians from the best institutions and leading professionals from the Media world with rich industry experience. The faculty lays great emphasis on continuous evaluation by means of well designed tutorials and practicals. Every effort is made to reinforce the concepts taught in the classroom. The faculty members believe in participatory mode of teaching. Apart from teaching, the faculty members have been vigorously pursuing research and have been regularly publishing research papers in various National and International Journals of repute. Some of the faculty members have also attended the Refresher Courses organized by UGC and presented papers in various National & International seminars and Conferences in leading universities and colleges. The department has produced 04 Ph.D till date.

Q-5 What kind of grooming programs are offered to the students?
Ans. We organize Personality Development classes to help the students to develop Soft Skills, Career Exploration, Resume Writing, Interviewing Skills and Presentation Skills. We also organize Panel Discussions, News Reading, Mock Parliament, Group Discussions and News Analysis in the studio to make the students industry friendly. We also send our students to the field for reporting. Students are also participating in various programs that are conducted by Radio Manav Rachna.

Q-6 What are the job opportunities after completing the degree in Journalism and Mass Communication?
Ans. The career avenues are many and varied job opportunities in media industry like:
Television: Reporter, Anchor, Producer, Copy Editor, Script Writer, Researcher, Production Executive, Video Jockey. Radio: Radio Jockey / Anchor, News Reader, Reporter, Producer, Program Executive, Script Writer, Copy Writer. Internet & Mobile: Content Writer, Content Designer. Newspaper and Magazine: Reporter/ Correspondent; Feature Writer; Business Writer; Copy editor; Sub-editor; Photographer. Event Management: Event Executive, Event Manager and Event Designer.

Q-7 What is internship?
Ans. An internship is attachment to industry or on a project. Internship is a wonderful opportunity to gain hands-on experience and to learn more about the real-world applications of an academic discipline. We send students to various big media organizations for Internships and the concerned organizations sometimes absorb the students in their respective industry. Student’s performance is a must in this regard.

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FAQs For Mathematics

What is an eligibility criterion for admission in this program?
The minimum entry requirement for M.Sc. (Mathematics and Computational Sciences) is 50% aggregate marks in B.Sc. and Mathematics as one of the subjects.

How would I be the perfect student for this program?
The perfect candidate for this program should have a capacity to learn for advanced computational work and keen interest in mathematics and how it is used in the modern world for the benefit of mankind.

Why should I choose this program as a Career Option?
The computer industry provides many beneficial jobs for people with background of mathematics people. Beyond simple proficiency in computer programming, math majors are trained to address the more fundamental issues involved in the creation of new algorithms.

What kinds of jobs are available in the concerned field?
Mathematicians are in high demand in education, business and in industry. The computing industry has a special need for mathematicians with a background in computing, and this program is planned to meet that need, allowing those with a primary interest in mathematics to maintain and develop their interest in computational science. Jobs are available in a wide variety of aspects of IT industry (i.e. HCL, TIFR, INFOSYS, WOLFRAM etc.) and teaching school/Higher levels studies.

What are future aspects of this program?
After completion of this program students may opt for teaching and research level jobs in government (i.e. CSIR, DRDO) or private sectors. Students can take admissions for Ph.D. programs for further studies.
What are the labs facilities available to run this program in the university?
Yes, computer labs are available with latest s/w related to this program in the university.

Are there any scholarships available?
Partial tuition fee scholarships based on the qualifying examination score may be available. Kindly go through the page of scholarship in the admission brochure.
What are main role of this program in present scenario?
In the modern age, everywhere in industry the raw data is available so there is requirement to understand problems with new concepts. The Computational Sciences make suitable students to become logical decision makers, innovators, and leaders.

Why Mathematics and Computational Science Career is a good Option?
This combined degree offers the prospect to combine an appreciation of mathematical reasoning with an understanding of computing. Mathematics is a fundamental intellectual tool in computing, but computing is increasingly used as a key component in mathematical problem-solving.

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FAQs – Mechanical Engineering

Why Mechanical Engineering?

Mechanical engineering is one of the oldest core branches of engineering and it is referred as ‘mother’ of all the branches of engineering. The appealing feature of this branch is its broad application base which is extremely diverse. Almost all the inventions in the field of science and technology may be directly or indirectly attributed to various sub-branches of Mechanical Engineering such as Engineering mechanics, thermodynamics, robotics, kinematics, manufacturing, design and structural analysis, fluid mechanics etc. The Mechanical engineering concepts are applied in the process of designing state-of-the-art manufacturing units, process units, machine building, power plant equipment, refrigeration and air-conditioning equipment, automobiles and their engines, aircraft and aerospace parts, industrial machinery etc. Mechanical engineers not only design new mechanical systems but they are also responsible for manufacturing, testing and maintaining them.

 What are the basic traits required for a Mechanical Engineer?

The entry into this branch of engineering requires certain basic traits. Apart from being good in physics and mathematics, one must have a penchant for mechanical components, physical phenomenon, practical real time problem troubleshooting and machinery and how these machines work and should possess an eye for details. Further, one must have immense patience, ability to work for long hours and an inventive spirit for becoming a successful mechanical engineer.

Q. What are the various placement opportunities available after completing B. Tech in Mechanical Engineering? 

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Mechanical Engineering Department organizes “Job Junction” in collaboration with ISHRAE which brings a pool of HVAC companies like Bluestar, Voltas, Daikin, Carraire, Sterling, Resistoflex, Kirloskar, Edgetech etc. Several students associated with ISHRAE chapter participate in the job junction and thus finally get secured excellent placement opportunities.

What are the modern avenues available to a Mechanical Engineer?

Apart from the conventional roles and responsibility, the scope of mechanical engineering is leaping beyond its traditional boundaries. Recent engineering trends in which a mechanical Engineer can focus are Heating, Ventilation & Air-conditioning (HVAC), nanotechnology, advanced material science, robotics, additive manufacturing, artificial intelligence, biomedical applications, environmental conservation, etc. In nutshell it can be considered that mechanical engineering offers a wide variety of research and job opportunities to students who are looking for a stable and stimulating career.

How can a Mechanical Engineer respond to today’s dynamics of job markets in India?

The resurgence of mechanical engineering was quite spectacular in recent years due to the regular progressive nature of development worldwide. According to survey, this is the most sought after branch preferred by students seeking admission to various technical institutes across India in the recent years. The job market for mechanical engineers is perennial. Even the vagaries of the global economic crisis could not knock out the demand for these professionals in the Indian job market. Although some branches of mechanical engineering went out of focus during the meltdown period, the overall situation was much better as compared with other careers. On the brighter side, things are getting back to normal and this evergreen career path is again gaining favor amongst career aspirants as it did during the pre-meltdown years.

Can a Mechanical Engineer be absorbed in Defence forces?

Yes, career in the Indian Defence service is lot more than just element of pride in donning the uniform, be it army, air force or navy. There is nothing to beat a career in the Defence forces, crucial responsibilities, service to the nation, respect from all sections of society all rolled into one. Training for the Defence services automatically qualifies students to become full-fledged officers of the service to which they are appointed. They are guaranteed a job, along with all the perks and allowances, many of which continue even after retirement. Jobs in the Defence Services involve a great deal of power and authority, though there are frequent transfers. Competent officers always have a chance of being promoted to senior positions over the years.

Yes, a mechanical engineering can be absorbed in defence forces as technical officers, teaching and various other relevant profiles.

How much salary a student is normally offered after graduating?

Depending on the ability of the students the average salary range for fresh B.Tech Mechanical Engineer is from 3 LPA to 6 LPA.  However there is no upper limit to the salary for exceptionally students owing to numerous career opportunities.

What are the special resources/facilities available in Mechanical Engineering?

Mechanical engineering students are groomed by a team of highly motivated, qualified and talented faculty members coming from a rich technological, industrial & academic background. Also the students are trained on the modern, state of art equipments in our labs, so as to generate a team of highly competent employable engineering graduates.With most of the faculty members having experience in experimental and computational areas, the students can hope to get valuable guidance.

Is there any industrial training planned during the B. Tech. in Mechanical Engineering?

Yes, our students go for industrial training of approximately 18 weeks during various different  year. During such training, the students are exposed to various activities related to maintenance/ overhaul, design and development, and various manufacturing processes and related documentation. Thus, they get exposed to the functioning of typical industries which proves helpful in placement and thereafter in their industrial career.

Are the students taken on educational visits during the course of B.Tech. program?

The students are taken on industrial visits in industries of repute for familiarization with various mechanical processes and equipments and to see the functioning of the industry and various manufacturing processes followed there. During the visit the students are exposed to foundry and forging shops, machine shops, sheet metal workshop, power plants, automotive, ancillaries, HVAC and many more industries.

What is different software used by the students of Mechanical Engineering?

  1. CATIA
  2. Pro-E / CREO
  3. AutoCad
  4. Unigraphics
  5. ANSYS
  6. Solidedge
  7. Matlab
  8. Design Expert
  9. Microsoft office

What are the various co-curricular activities organized in the Mechanical Department?

The following professional clubs and societies are there in the department, where co-curricular activities regularly being conducted:

  • SAE collegiate club
  • ROBOCOM
  • ISHRAE
  • ISTE Club
  • IIE STUDENT CHAPTER
  • QCFI
  • ASQ

Besides this, the department regularly conducts guest lectures, Seminars, skill development proframs and Workshop for updating the knowledge of faculty and students with the latest technology.

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FAQs For ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

Why to choose a career as an Electrical Engineer?
Electricity is the basic need for survival of human beings globally. From household to industrial plants, Communication Satellite Navigation system, Electronic equipment and Computers etc., all require electricity. Electrical engineering is one of the core fields of engineering, always evergreen in terms of scope and job prospects. Electrical Engineering is the heart of whole engineering discipline.
Electrical Engineering is a branch which has interface with all spheres of life covering generation of Electrical Power and associated manufacturing activities in all industries like Steel, Automobile, Traction and Communication etc.
There is no area where Electrical field does not find application, from miniature motors to gigantic generation machines to the level of 660 MW. The same energy is made available to various consumers through various networks of transmission and distribution. It is uppermost agenda of planning commission for making the quantum of energy available in the country as such it offers the maximum opportunities for employment in all spheres of Electrical Associates Industries.

What would be the job profile of an Electrical Engineer today?
Job responsibilities include specification, design, development, and implementation of products or systems, as well as research to create innovative products and feasible solutions. This role provides a number of challenges ranging from problem identification and the selection of appropriate technical solutions, materials, test equipment, and procedures, to the manufacture and production of safe, economical, energy efficient high-performance products and customer friendly services.

What is the scope for further studies in allied areas for an Electrical Engineer?
Electrical Engineering (EE) is a core branch of engineering study that creates interest and provides right perception and insight into fundamentals. EE Branch opens up excellent scope for new avenues for adaptation and thus enables pursuit of hi-tech specialization. In addition to the primary fields of Electrical, Electronics, and Computer Engineering, a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering serves as an appropriate launch pad for several allied fields. These include Aerospace Engineering, Nano Electronics, and development of Photonic devices to harness clean alternative sources of energy, create Biomedical Instrumentation that saves lives, and develop sensor networks that protect the environment and improve the quality of life. Further, there is ample scope for research and development to make energy efficient devices.

What is unique about Electrical Engineering programme at MRIIRS?
At Manav Rachna International University, Electrical engineering curriculum challenges the brightest and most accomplished students, providing each one of them with the tools necessary to solve complex problems in technology-related fields. The students of MRIIRS with a degree in Electrical Engineering excel in almost any career anywhere across the globe. Our Mission is to educate students from all over India, including those from the local and rural areas, so that they become enlightened individuals, improving the living standards of their families, industry and society. We provide individual attention and world class quality education. We prepare graduates with technical and managerial skills necessary to enter careers in the design, application, installation, manufacturing, operation and maintenance of Electrical/Electronic system.
Other distinctive features are:
• Industrial visits to leading industries are organized every year to provide practical knowledge to the students.
• Guest lectures by notable personalities are conducted to enlighten the students and these lectures tap their creative instincts.
• Various workshops catering to Automation sector are organized frequently in collaboration with Mitsubishi Electric India Pvt Ltd to bridge Industry- Academia gap and also enhance employability opportunities for students.

What are the possible job opportunities of an electrical engineer today?
Electrical Engineers are required in all manufacturing units. All major companies of public and private sectors such as Electricity Boards, Large Scale Industries, Manufacturing Plants, Power Corporations, Hydro-Electricity sectors are continuously in need of Electrical Engineers for their projects. Electrical Engineers also find job prospects in Design Industries, Production plants, Natural gas plants, Petroleum as well as in Steel and Chemical plants. Many premier Educational and Research Institutions regularly recruit Electrical Engineers as Graduate Engineer Trainees and Management Trainees to work on research projects. Electrical Engineers can also get a job in Major players in Public Sector such as Indian Railways, Armed forces (Technical Branch) and also in Thermal and Nuclear power Corporation Limited.
An Electrical engineer can opt for career in major companies in India such as Manufacturing and designing:
• Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. BHEL
• Siemens India Ltd
• Asea Brown Boveri (ABB)
• Reliance Indutries (Energy and Power )
• Jindal Steels and Power Ltd
• Larsen and Toubro
• Bharat Forge
• Crompton Greaves
• Essar group of Industry
• Indian Railways
• Jaiprakash Associate
• DMRC ndash; Delhi Metro Rail Corporation
• Suzlon Energy
• TATA Motors and TATA Power
• General Electric
• Schneider Electric
• Havells India,
• Philips India Ltd
• Honeywell
• TATA Consulting Engineers
• BEL Electronics.
• Nokia
• Siemens
• Videocon
• Samsung Electronics
• LG Electronics
• Godrej
• IFB
• Whirlpool
Major power generation and Distribution Companies in India are:
• National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC)
• National Hydro Power Corporation (NHPC)
• Damodar Valley Corporation
• Jaiprakash Associate
• Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd
• Nuclear Power Corporation of India
• Rural Electrification Corporation
• Bakhra Byas Management Board
• All state Electricity Boards

What measures are taken to help the students in finding employment?
We have a well-organized placement cell called Corporate Resource Centre which is doing commendable job year after year. We conduct special coaching for improving the employability skills of the students.

Do the department have any membership of professional societies or department club? Is there any co-curricular activities being conducted?
Yes ,department has Institute of Engineers, India(IEI)- Faridabad MRIRS Student Chapter (Electrical) All the Faculty members have lifetime membership and Associate membership of IE(India).There is also a departmental club named as Faraday Club. All the students of the department are the members of this club. Various events like technical quiz, Seminars, Paper Presentation etc. are organized under both MRIIRS Student chapter and Faraday Club activities.

What steps are taken by the department to meet the Industry expectation?
The department has signed MoU with Mitsubishi Electric India Limited. Students are given exposure to Industry Automation. Mitsubishi resource persons provide training on PLC to the students in the campus as well as at their office in Gurgaon. Students participate in the National level events organized by Mitsubishi like Mitsubishi Electric Cup and attend regular webinars delivered by them. A Factory Automation Lab has also been set up in the department to bridge the Industry Academia Gap.
A number of Industrial visits are also organized on a regular basis. Institutes like NPTI conduct skill development workshops for Electrical students in the campus to make them industry-ready.

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(Formerly MANAV RACHNA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY )

Deemed to be University under section 3 of the UGC Act,1956

FAQs For Civil Engineering

The department of Civil Engineering was established in the year July’2009 and now it has built an excellence reputation . The department is rich in faculty position with highly qualified experienced teachers capable of teaching any subject. Labs are also well equipped. Apart from regular course, curriculum activities, research work is also being under taken in our labs. For better awareness and interest of a student, continuous interaction with reputed companies are being organized at frequent interval in the form of special technical lecture/ workshop/site visit or exchange of technical knowledge etc.

What is the future of Civil Engineering?
Civil Engineers have a vast scope for employment in Central Government, State Government, public private organizations e.g Indian Engineering Services, Civil Services, Indian Army, Indian Railways, Border Road Organizations, CPWD, PWD, PHED, Irrigation Deptt, PT, NHAI, AAI, NHPC, ONGC, GAIL, SAIL, EIL, BHEL, NTPC, Central Water Commission, Pollution Control Board, CSIR, Forest Deptt., Banks, and consultancy services etc.
Civil Engineers are responsible for planning, designing, executing, operating and maintaining of all major infrastructures. After completion of Degree, he/she can also go for research, teaching and consultancy. Presently Civil Engineering skills are highly needed across the globe for construction of tall, unique and complicated structure. Therefore, with the emphasis on development of infrastructure, there is a bright future ahead for Civil Engineers for atleast next few decades.

How Civil Engineering program is useful in field?
The duty of a Civil Engineer involves planning, designing, executing, operating and maintaining various constructions like airport, dock harbor, dams, tunnels, buildings, roads, railways, bullet train project, rapid metro project, monorail project, metro rail projects, flood control structures, river training works, water wastewater treatment plants, solid waste management, canal, transmission towers, slope protection, ground improvement etc. Civil Engineering touches almost every sphere of life and is vital for progress and development of any nation. All the above mentioned aspects are taught in details during the course of study.

What is the status of Civil Engineering Department?
The department of Civil Engineering was established in the year July’2009 and it has built an excellent reputation. The department is rich in faculty position with highly qualified experienced teachers. Labs are well equipped with latest equipments such as Horizontal and vertical shake table, Universal Testing machine with 100 kN capacity with 09 channels to measure displacements with computer interface, rebar locater, UPV, Rebound Hammer, Vibration Analyser, Accelerometer, Core cutter etc. Apart from regular course, curriculum activities, research works are also being under taken in the department. Our syllabus is regularly reviewed and modified according to the needs of industry by the Board of Studies. The members of Board of Studies include experts from IIT, NIT, DTU, JMI, industry etc and senior faculty members of MRIU. Department also continuously interacts with reputed industries, government departments and organizes field visits, special technical lectures, workshops, seminars for exchange of technical knowledge.

What is the status of placement in Civil Engineering Department?
Students from all pass-out batches have got 100% campus placement. They are presently working with many reputed companies such as Nagarjun Construction Company Ltd , Shri Gautam Const. Company Ltd., Sai Chetna Const. Pvt .Ltd , KLI Project Ltd., Unihorn India Pvt Ltd , KMC Construction , Theme India Services Pvt. Ltd , Sushee Infra Pvt Ltd., L T, TCS, Bloom Berg, Indian Army, DLF, Unitech, OMAXE, JAYPEE Cement, GR Infra Projects Ltd., PNC Infratech Ltd., TOP Surveying India Private Limited, SGS Technomech, Palin Technologies. Recently PNB Housing Finance has recruited students from 2012-2016 batch Apart from the above many more companies are in touch with the department for urgent recruitment of students.

What is the status of faculty positions in the department?
Department is having sufficient number of faculty members as per norms of UGC/AICTE mostly derived from academia and industry. They have graduated from IIT, NIT and reputed Central State Universities. Many faculty members are PhD and besides so many are also pursuing PhD programme.

Whether sufficient reference books are available in Library?
The Central Library is an invaluable resource for students, researchers & faculty members of Civil Engineering Department. The library has collection of more than 5000 books along with various journals & other related materials like CDs DVDs, on-line journals such as ASCE etc. Apart from central library department has its own library with about 1000 reference books.

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What is the future of Civil Engineering?
Civil Engineers have a vast scope for employment in all major construction projects carried out by the Central Government, State Government, Indian railways, private construction companies, Army, Indian Engineering Services, Consultancy Services etc. After completion of B.Tech, he can also look either for research works or teaching profession or he can open his own independent consultancy services. Present day Civil Engineer’s skills is highly needed throughout the world like in Middle East, Africa, Asia for construction of tall, unique and complicated structure and thus there is a bright future ahead for next few decades.

Why Civil Engineering program are needed in field?
The duty of a Civil Engineering involves planning, designing and execution of various construction, road, railway and Metro Rail projects that lead to a major development of a country. The civil engineers play a major role for works like roads, bridges, tunnels, buildings, airports, dams, water works, sewage systems, water supply system etc which are essential for rapid growth of any country.

Is there any scope to do M.Tech & Ph.D in Civil Engineering Department?
Yes, We offer Ph.D Programme in various specilization in Civil Engineering and M.Tech in three specializations Viz:
• Structural Engineering
• Transportation Engineering and
• Construction Management.
• The M.Tech programme shall be of two years duration.

What is the scope of placement for Civil Engineering students?
The job prospects for Civil Engineers in present day environment are perhaps the best . Currently huge demand supply gap exists for Civil Engineers in the market. A large no of reputed organisation such as L & T , TCS , Bloom Berg , Indian Army , DLF, Unitech, OMAXE, JAYPEE Cement, Unihorn India Pvt Ltd , KMC Construction , Theme India Services Pvt. Ltd , Sushee Infra Pvt Ltd , GR Infra Projects Ltd. has visited MRIU for recruitment of students. Apart from the above, more than 50 companies are in touch with the department for urgent recruitment of students.

What is the status of placement of present batch?
B.Tech 2009-12 batch studentsgot 100% campus placement. Also all the students of 2010-14 batch who have no supplementary has been placed successfully in various reputed core companies with very handsome packages.

Whether sufficient reference books are available in Library?
The Manav Rachna Library is an invaluable resource for students, researchers faculties of Civil Engineering. The library has a good collection of books, journals other related materials in the field of Civil Engineering. In addition we also have a number of e-resources in form of CD’s DVD’s subscription to on-line journals.

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FAQs For BIOTECHNOLOGY

Why should you choose Biotechnology as a Career Option?
It is a good time to understand that Indian Life science space is open and dynamic. It encompasses vibrant biotech industry, innovation entrepreneurial ecosystem, increased industry academia interface, which is expected to make the Indian biotech industry a 100 billion dollar industry by 2025.

Why Biotechnology is a good Career Option?
It is one of the fastest growing sectors in India and is expected to play key role in shaping India’s rapidly developing economy. On the other hand many initiatives and schemes have been floated by Government of India over the past 3 decades for building human resource capital and institutional capacity for life science sector. The vision of the Government is to nurture home grown excellence. India currently holds 10th global publication rank and 18th global citation impact rank in science and technology.

How did Biotechnology develop as a branch of science and technology?
Biotechnology has its roots in pre-historic times in the form of basic life sciences for e.g fermentation of fruit juices into wine, milk to cheese or yogurt, or that beer from malt and thus began the study of biotechnology. Today better integration within biology and closer collaboration with physical, computational and earth scientists, mathematicians and engineers can be used to find solutions to societal needs i.e.: sustainable food production, ecosystem restoration, optimized biofuels production and improvement in human health.

What is the scope for Biotechnology graduates?
Biotechnology is multi-disciplinary in nature. Special methodologies are characteristics of this domain. Activities in this area have existed since several decades. In the recent past, this field has emerged as a major subject of study, particularly in graduate and post graduate programmes. Scope for students of Biotechnology for the coming years is immense. Incubation centers created by the government are also aiding towards potential production of human resource.

How can I get more information about the B.Tech , M.Tech and Master of Science programs in biotechnology beside the web site?
An information/admission package is provided to all potential applicants that communicate by email with our office. Feel free to communicate by email or by phone (0129-4198230) for any questions you may have, it will be our pleasure to help you.

Is there anything I can do to prepare for the admission interviews?
For the interview, you may choose to brush up on your basic science fundamentals and about the field of Biotechnology. Prepare for the interpersonal interview as you would for a job interview.

What kinds of jobs are available in the field of Biotechnology?
Broadly jobs can be looked in both public and private sector. One can opt for higher studies, join national and international research institutes at varied positions such as scientist, research assistant, research associates, technical assistant or technical officer, pool officers etc., get into production and quality management divisions of food & pharmaceutical industry, drug & vaccine industry, diary etc. university and college teaching, Patent officer for specific and novel activities. Relevant specialised higher degree in IPR can lead to job opportunities and association with legal firms.

What is the range of industry where Biotechnology graduate can be employed?
Be it manufacturing of and enhancing production of effective and safer drugs, diagnostic kits, affordable vaccines, neutraceuticals or designer foods, probiotics, biosensors, biochips, agro bio-chemicals, biofuels, industrial enzymes, transgenic crops aimed at obtaining food security, biosimilars etc or introduction of cleaner bioprocess to prevent pollution or bio remediate our spoilt natural recourses or lead to use novel technologies as gene therapy or stem cell and regenerative medicine, all clearly spells the potential of biotechnology whose demand is increasing day by day in local as well as international platforms.

What is the global-scope of the subject?
Collaborations in terms of sharing of knowledge and technologies amongst different nations are growing fast in this field and provide opportunities for global exposure. Bio-services is another sector requiring manpower with base in biotechnology.

What are the areas in which research is carried out in the Department of Biotechnology?
The Key areas where research is undertaken are:
• Medical Biotechnology
• Plant Biotechnology
• Environmental Biotechnology
• Applied Microbiology
• Bioinformatics

Will you consider my application for M.Tech or M.SC Biotechnology admission if I am still completing the fourth year of my bachelor’s degree?

Yes. You can still apply for admission even if you are still working on your fourth year of studies. You must still submit an official transcript (with final grades from previous semester) as part of your application.Depending upon the success of your application, it is possible to gain ‘conditional’ admission to the program, the condition being successful completion of your 4-year/ 3years bachelor’s degree. Proof is required in the form of another official transcript that indicates your degree has been conferred.

What kind of job opportunities are there after completing the Master’s Degree?
Employment consists of technical, scientific or junior management positions primarily in all the domains of Biotechnology in the private and public sectors, and other related fields such as the Biomedical and environmental sectors.

How can biotechnology students get practical industrial exposure during their degree?
BIOTECH INDUSTRIAL TRAINING PROGRAMME (BITP) is a programme of Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India, managed by Biotech Consortium India Limited (BCIL). The objective of BITP is to provide practical industrial exposure for six months to students to improve job prospects and to help biotech industry to identify prospective manpower. During the training some stipend is paid to trainees and bench fee is paid to companies to cover expenses towards training. DBT invites applications from the biotech students and requisitions from the biotech companies.

What kind of support is there for entrepreneurship in the field of Biotechnology?
Biotechnology Entrepreneurs Students Programme, BEST has been Initiative of the Department of Biotechnology (DBT) for entrepreneurship. The objective of BEST is to locate bright scholars pursuing master’s and doctoral studies in Biotechnology and Life science courses across Indian Universities and equip them with the skill and knowledge that is required to set up business enterprises so that they would consider entrepreneurship as a career choice and not limit their scope to mere employment.
Enlist some major Biotechnology Companies in India where one can join after graduating.
1. All India Biotech Association (AIBA), New Delhi
2. Biotech Consortium India Ltd, New Delhi
3. Rajiv Gandhi Center for Biotechnology, Kerala (RGCB)
4. Amersham Pharmacia Biotech Asia Pacific Ltd., Chennai
5. Brain Wave Bioinformatics Ltd., Chennai
6. Aristo Pharmaceuticals Ltd., Mumbai
7. Catalyst Pharma Consulting, Mumbai
8. Excel Industries Ltd., Mumbai
9. Sisco Research Laboratories Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai
10. Hi Tech Bio Laboratories, Pune
11. Raj Nakra Associates, Gurgaon
12. J. Mitra & Co. Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi
13. Piverse India Pvt Ltd, Noida
14. KAnalysis Consultant Pvt Ltd, New Delhi
15. Mankind Pharma Pvt. Ltd., Manesar
Biotech Companies in Hyderabad (Biotech hub)
1. Albany Molecular Research Centre Pvt. Ltd., Hyderabad
2. Anshul Biotechnologies Aurobindo Pharma Ltd
3. Biomax Life Sciences BioGenex
4. EPR Pharmaceuticals Ltd., EPR
5. GVK Biosciences Pvt. Ltd.
6. Helvetica Industries Pvt. Ltd
7. Indigene Pharmaceuticals Ltd
8. Laurus Laboratories Ltd
9. LAXAI AVANTI Life Sciences
10. Mithros Chemicals
11. Nektar Therapeutics India
12. Pioneer Overseas Corporation
13. Regain Biotechnology
14. Sai Life Sciences
15. United States Pharmacopeia (USP)
16. Indian Institute of Chemical Technology
17. Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology
18. Vivimed Labs Ltd
Biotech Companies in Bangalore (Biotech hub)
1. Accelrys Inc. (A subsidiary of Pharmacopeia)
2. Advanta India Ltd
3. Alltech Biotechnology Pvt. Ltd
4. Animal Biotech (Bangalore) Pvt. Ltd.
5. AstraZeneca R & D
6. Avestha Gengraine Technologies Pvt. Ltd
7. Aurigene Discovery Technologies Ltd
8. Bhat Biotech
9. Biocon
10. Care Biomedicals
11. InfoPro Solutions
12. Labland Biotechs
13. Prescientis
14. ReaMetrix India Pvt. Ltd
15. Sami Lab
16. Sartorius
17. Strand Genomics
18. Syngene International
19. Triesta LifeSciences
20. Xycyton

Which are the prestigious National & International Institutes for pursuing higher education after B.Tech Biotechnology?
International:
• University Of Sydney, Australia
• Monash University, Australia
• New Castle UK
• University of Maryland, USA
• Illinois Institute Of Technology, Chicago, USA
• Cholester, University of Essex, UK
• Worcestor Polytechnic, US
• University of Kuopio-Al Virtanen Inst. Finland
• Texas A&M, Florida, USA
• Cardiff University, UK
• University Of Notingham Trent, UK
• University of York, UK
• North Eastern University, USA
• University College Cork, Ireland
• Imperial College, London, Lanchester, UK
• University College of London, UK
• Washington State University, USA
• Drexel University, Philedelphia, USA
• University of Alabama, Birmingham, US
• Clemson University, Southern Carolina, US
• Minnasota University, USA
• IGBI, Italy
National:
• IIT Kharagpur
• BVP Pune
• Fore School Of Management, Delhi
• Anna University, Chennai
• IIT Karagpur
• Thappar University, Patiala
• West Bengal University, Kolkatta
• Jamia Hamdard University, Delhi
• Symboisis, Pune
• VIT, Vellore
• ICFAI, Gurgaon
• PEC, Chandigarh
• ICFAI Bombay
• MDU, Rohtak
• BHU, Banaras
• LBS Delhi
• LPU, Jallandhar
• IIT, Surthkal
• IIT , Gwhauti
• IIT , Trichur
• ICGB, New Delhi
• JP University, Solan
• Kurukshetra University,
• LLB Delhi University, Delhi

What is the compensation offered after graduation in Biotechnology offered currently?
Companies like Biocon, Ranbaxy, Nestle, Panacea Biotech, etc are offering much higher and lucrative packages up to 12 lakhs for fresh graduates. Companies like Covidien Healthcare India Pvt Ltd, Agilent Technologies offers a package of Rs. 7.5 lakh per annum. The package ranges from Rs. 2 lakh per annum- 4 lakhs for companies like iLife Discoveries, Life Cell International, Imperial Life Sciences, CPM Pvt. Ltd., etc.

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FAQs – Computer Applications

What are the future prospects after completing BCA and MCA?

BCA and MCA degree holders can join industry with/on a profile of software developer, software engineer, software tester, graphic designer, animator, web developer, data scientist, data base administrator etc. After completing MCA program, students can also become part of research projects funded by Govt. and private agencies. Students can apply in other technical profile demanded by the Private, Public and Govt. sector after completing his/her MCA degree.

List of companies where our students are already placed after completing BCA and MCA.

Some of the major companies in which FCA students are placed : NIIT, HCL, Infogain, Hewitt, Eriscent, Accenture, Wipro, Tech Mahindra, L & T, Infosys, TCS, Adobe, ICS, Sunlife, Collabra, QA Infotech, Maintech, Successive Technologies, IBM, Honeywell, Dell, Cvent, Amazon, Rituam Info solutions, IDS Infotech,  Minerva Technology Solutions, American Express, and the number is constantly growing.

What is the duration of BCA and MCA program?

BCA is a 3 years degree program and MCA (Normal) is a  2 years degree program. 

What is the USP in doing Computer Application programme from FCA under MRIIRS?

Syllabus is designed as per the current industry trends so as to make students competent enough to join the best of IT industries as per their domain knowledge. We also emphasize on holistic development, ethical orientation and research activities. To promote research activities, students are encouraged to participate in Conferences/Seminars and publish research papers in Journals/Conferences. Course of ITR (Introduction to Research) is part of curriculum for every student. Department provides platform to the students to be associated with professional societies at National/International level like CSI, ACM, and IEEE etc.

 What is the quality of the Faculty in MRIIRS and what is so innovative in their teaching methodologies?

The faculty members of department of Computer Applications are highly qualified and comprises of distinguished academicians from the best institutions and leading professionals from the corporate world with rich industry experience. The faculty lays great emphasis on continuous evaluation by means of well designed tutorials and practical sessions; every effort is made to reinforce the concepts taught in the classroom. Apart from teaching, the faculty members have been vigorously pursuing research and have been regularly publishing research papers in various National and International journals of repute as well as in prestigious conferences. The faculty members of FCA are also associated with various renowned professional bodies such as CSI, ACM and IEEE. 

What kind of grooming programs are offered to the students?

In FCA, special personality development classes are being conducted for the holistic development of students. The curriculum of these classes covers – Soft skills, Aptitude, Verbal Reasoning, Resume Writing, Interviewing Skills and Presentation Skills. Trained faculties from Career Development Cell (CDC) are being deputed to conduct these classes in each semester for each of the FCA programs. Moreover we offer courses of employability Enhancement where students learn to develop and execute innovative ideas to enhance their employability skills.

What measures are taken to help the students in finding employment?

We have a well equipped central placement cell called Corporate Resource Centre (CRC) which is doing commendable job year after year. All the big corporate brands do come in Manav Rachna to hire our students. FCA conducts special coaching for improving the employability skills of the students. To provide all essential information’s related to recruitment process to each eligible student, we have two Training and Placement Officers (TPO) in the department who work as liaison between students and the central placement cell. Department also have collaboration with various IT industries in order to provide Internships and Vocational trainings to the students.

Normally what percentage of the students passing out of MRIIRS secures employment / placement?

Most of our students prefer to go for higher studies and competitive exams after their graduation program. More than 80% of the eligible students are placed through campus placement drive.  FCA has achieved 100% placement for the MCA (2017-19) Batch with the highest package of 7 Lakhs.

Do you teach something other than the prescribed syllabus?

We organize Expert Lectures and Workshops for the students and faculty members in which we invite renowned resource persons from IITs and  IT  industry  in order to enhance the skills required  as per the  latest demand of the   industry.

Are students from non mathematical background eligible to join BCA/ MCA program?

A candidate is eligible to take admission in BCA program without Mathematics background. Even candidates from Humanities and Medical Background can also take admission in BCA and MCA programs. For admission in   MCA program, a candidate  must have mathematics at 10+2 level or in graduation.

 

B.Sc. Information Technology

 

How Auckland Institute of Studies (AIS), New Zealand is associated with MRIIRS for its B.Sc. – IT program.

Auckland Institute of Studies (AIS) Auckland, New Zealand is a unique tertiary institution providing UG and PG level programmes. It is also one of the New Zealand’s largest private degree-granting institutions. AIS has partnered with MRIIRS to support the delivery of NZQA-accredited programme in Information Technology (B.Sc. – IT degree).

Do the faculty members of the respective foreign college will come and interact with students?

Yes, the faculties from AIS do come time to tome and interact with students under Faculty Exchange Programme. The Faculty Exchange Programme is planned for two weeks every academic year in which a series of lectures and seminars are planned for Bsc IT students.

Are there any exchange programmes through which I can go and study in the concerned College for a semester?

Yes, a student has an option to spend a semester or a year at AIS, New Zealand. Also in BSc IT program, it is compulsory for every student to spend 4 weeks in AIS, New Zealand in third year.

What is the campus placement history of FCA programmes?

MRIIRS is having full-fledged placement cell known as CRC – Corporate Resource Centre. It helps student regarding their placement. Some of the major companies in which our students are placed are NIIT, HCL, Infogain, Hewitt, Eriscent, Accenture, Wipro, Tech Mahindra, L & T, Infosys, TCS, Adobe, ICS, Sunlife, Collabra, QA Infotech, Maintech, Successive Technologies, IBM, Honeywell, Dell, Cvent, Amazon, Rituam Info solutions, IDS Infotech,  Minerva Technology Solutions, American Express and the number is constantly growing.

.Are there any industry visits for my program?

Yes, there are several industrial visits organized to various organizations as per their relevance to the programs. In the industrial visits, the students are given exposure to the work culture of IT industry.

Does B.Sc. IT hold any workshops/ seminars?

Yes, a lot of workshops/ seminars are conducted in the department under various themes. We have three technical clubs under which various technical activities are planned. Also a lot of research activities are planned under the student chapter of CSI, ACM and IEEE.

Are students after completing BSc. Information Technology from FCA of MRIIRS eligible for getting admission in MCA Programme?

Yes, the students of B.Sc. Information Technology are eligible for joining any Masters programme. Students with B.Sc. IT degree will get direct admission to MCA 2nd year (i.e. MCA lateral entry). In fact, the exposure to IT subjects during the B.Sc. IT programme would prove a great help to students while attending their MCA programme.

What is the future scope of study after B.Sc. IT program?

A student can join any PG programme in India or abroad. As the students of B.Sc.IT are spending atleast 4 weeks at AIS during their degree programme, the job prospects are high at New Zealand also.

 

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FAQs for Faculty of Commerce and Business Studies (FCBS)

Department of Commerce

B. Com. (Hons.) & B.Com. (Hons.) Industry Integrated

Do you have any course in commerce?
Yes, we have two Under Graduate courses in commerce namely, B.Com (Hons) and B. Com (Hons) Industry Integrated.

What is B. Com. (Hons.) Industry Integrated?
B. Com. (Hons.) – Industry Integrated Programme runs in tie up with industry partners.

What is the difference between B. Com. ( Hons.) and B. Com. (Hons.) Industry Integrated?
To inculcate the skills and domain knowledge required, B. Com. (Hons.) – Industry Integrated Programme includes a specialization course which is delivered by Industry Experts.

Is the admission procedure for B. Com (Hons) and B.Com (Hons) Industry Integrated same?
Yes, the admission procedure is same for B.Com (Hons) and B.Com (Hons) Industry Integrated.

Are the course outline same for B. Com. (Hons.) and B. Com. (Hons.) Industry Integrated?
Yes, the course is the same except for a few courses which are as per the needs of the Industry/ Accounting Professionals.

Are the faculty members for B. Com (Hons) and B.Com (Hons) Industry integrated same?
The faculty members are same but the specialized papers of B. Com. (Hons.) Industry Integrated are being taken up by the experts from Industry.

Is there any difference in the degree awarded for B. Com. (Hons) and B. Com. (Hons) Industry Integrated?
No, there is no difference in the degree. You will be getting three year bachelors degree in both the cases. However, you will get an additional certificate after successful completion of the B. Com. (Hons.) Industry Integrated programme.

B.A (H) Economics

Do you have any course in economics?
Yes, we have one under graduate course namely, B.A (Hons) Economics.

Is there 100% placement in B.A (H) Economics programs?
The University provides all kind of support to the students to achieve proper placement either on campus or off campus.

Are the faculties for B.Com (H) and B.A (H) Economics?
The faculty is same but the specialized papers of B.A (H) Economics are taken by experts from economics field.

M.Com

Do you have any PG course in commerce?
Yes, we have one PG course in commerce namely, Master in Commerce.

Are there qualified faculty members available to teach M.Com at MRIU?
Yes, we have good number of qualified faculty members in the Department to teach M.Com subjects as per curriculum.

Is there any scope to Ph.D after M.Com?
Yes, we offer Ph.D Programme in various specializations in Commerce.

Whether sufficient reference books are available in Library?
The Manav Rachna Library is an invaluable resource for students, researchers faculties of Commerce.

Is there any support provided for job search?
There is a dedicated department namely Corporate Resource Centre (CRC), which extends all type of help in inviting the industries and arranging campus placements for the students.

How and where does the Institution provide placement to the students?
Placement Assistance: A separate centre (Corporate Resource Centre) is established to facilitate the placement activities and provide opportunities to the students at the campus.
Apart from this, our courses are designed in collaboration with industries in a manner so as to facilitate the placement of our students who successfully complete the course.

Does the course include any soft skills / personality development training?
Soft skills and personality development sessions are an integral part of the curriculum.

BBA General

What is unique about your programs being offered at Faculty of Commerce and Business Studies (FCBS)?
Team of sincere, dedicated, qualified (as per UGC norms) and experienced faculty members
• State-of-the-art resources, teaching-aids and infrastructural facilities.
• The mentoring and counseling is done to help the students to achieve the best in punctuality, academic and other non-academic activities.
• Tools of mentoring and counseling to ensure cross verification of the student’s understanding of the subject
• Personality development is also the priority for FCBS which is facilitated with workshops for communication skills, quiz, debates, specialized clubs, guest faculty lectures, extension lecture ,industrial visits etc.
• Students performance is assessed on the basis of well- defined parameters which provide every student a chance to reach at certain level through personal and departmental efforts.
• FCBS has collaboration with reputed institutions working in the specialized area to guide the students on the topics in their curriculum besides exposing them on the latest practices in the relevant domain.
• Tie up with reputed organizations such as KPMG, ICICI to inculcate placement oriented skills and knowledge
• Students are taught by the academicians and professional in a manner compatible with the industrial and service sector demand
• Learning procedure and methodology as per industry demands, with the contribution of professionals from industry
• In order that students transit easily from the academic institution to corporate at every stage they are given understanding with illustrations and contextual learning.
• Providing contextual learning in committed and conducive environment and helping the students transcend from College to Corporate easily
The BBA(banking) program is conducted in collaboration with Institute of Finance, Banking and Insurance to assure the placement in the private banks after completion of the course.

How and where does the Institution provide placement to the students?
MRIU has developed its own Corporate Resource Centre which not only hunts for suitable placements throughout the year but guides the students to prepare for specific placement.The top companies guide the students to complete the internship/ summer projects suiting to their demand for further placement.
Over and above all the courses are designed in such a manner in consultation with industries which facilitate the placement immediately after completion of the course.

What is the average pay package after BBA programs?
The pay package ranges from Rs. 2.00 lacs to Rs. 3.5 lacs depending upon the students overall performance in the interview and suitability.

Is there 100% placement in BBA programs?
University strives hard to motivate and provide exposure through its own resources so that placement could be as maximum as possible.

Does your university have tie-ups with other organizations for project training or internships?
University is critical about the selection of the organizations where the students are sent for internship and training program. Since last year, the students are lined up with some institutions in advanced countries like UK, Finland etc.

Does the course include any soft skills / personality development training?
Soft skills and personality development programs are embedded in the course structure and hence are not separable from the course.

Besides MBA what other post graduation courses can be done after BBA?
Students are at ease to pursue any post graduate course which provide them better opportunities.

Are the students eligible for Civil services or other national exams after completing BBA/BCA from Manav Rachna International University?
Yes.

Are facilities for extra-curricular activities available?
University is icon in the sphere of sports and culture and hence the participation of maximum students is obvious. Besides, there are clubs for the development of hobby and cultural advancement. University is frequently organizing shows in which band and orchestra of high standard is used. Students in the past have participated in inter college and intra college sports and cultural activities and have won many prizes.

BBA-Banking

What is BBA (Banking)?
The introduction of BBA course in Banking which is of three years duration has its genesis in the expansion of banking and insurance sector at a scale which was never heard of and therefore, the course is enriched with the latest practices in the specific industries besides there is general touch of all the topics of routine nature like organization behavior, marketing etc.

Is the placement assured after BBA (Banking)?
The placement is exceptional in the course. In order to ensure that each passing candidate gets placement the mid-term review is undertaken at the end of 3rd Semester and those who fail to achieve specific benchmark are diverted to normal program so that those who are performing upto mark can get 100% placement.

Where are the placement opportunities after pursuing BBA (Banking)?
Mostly students have the potential chance of taking placement in the prominent private banks but nonetheless on competition they can make their way in the public sector banks also.

Is the course out-lines are same for BBA (Gen) and BBA (Banking)?
The core contents are same for both the courses but BBA(Banking) is fortified with additional course exclusively devoted to banking industry.

Are the faculties for BBA (Gen) and BBA Banking same?
The in house faculty for both the courses is same except faculty/experts from ICICI bank are also visiting to teach specialized paper in BBA(banking)

What are the banks in which students are doing their internship?
The shelf of Banks chosen for internship are as under:
• ICICI Bank
• HDFC Bank
• Axis Bank
• Dhanlaxmi Bank
• Corporate Bank
BBA (GLOBAL) – International Business
What kind of tie-up MRIU has with AIS New Zealand for BBA (Global) – International Business

Auckland Institute of Studies is one of the premier institution at world level and has been specializing only in tertiary education. It has been providing NZQA Accredited Diploma, UG and PG program. The MBA program of AIS is the largest. MRIU has partnered with AIS and has been following the curriculum mutually agreed and accredited by AIS for BBA(Global) IB course.

Are students after completing BBA (Global) International Business from FCBS of MRIU eligible for getting admission in MBA Programme?
Students qualifying the BBA(Global) IB are well eligible for joining MBA program anywhere. The subjects of management have been proving to of great help to students when thet enroll in MBA program.

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FAQs – Faculty of Allied Health Science

Bachelor of Physiotherapy:

Q.What is Physiotherapy and who are physiotherapists?

Ans. Physiotherapy means Physiotherapeutic system of medicine which includes examination, diagnosis, treatment, advice and instruction to any person in connection with the movement dysfunction, bodily malfunction, physical disorder, disability, healing and pain from trauma and disease–physical and mental conditions–using physical agents including exercise, mobilization, manipulation, mechanical and electrotherapy devices.

A professionally trained person who administers physiotherapy treatment is known as Physiotherapist. If you consider doctors as gods in human form, then maybe you can call Physiotherapists as your guardian angels.

Q.What is the nature of work of a Physiotherapist?

Ans.A Physiotherapists job involves helping to recover and / or rehabilitate from a state of having been incapacitated. He/she has the responsibility to help restore the patient’s body to its optimal functioning level.

Tasks Involved are: Prescribe remedial exercises Muscle strength evaluation and quantification. Physical treatment by electrotherapy modalities like short-wave diathermy, microwave diathermy, ultrasonic therapy, contrast bath, cryo-therapy, hydro collator, whirlpool therapy, trans-electric muscle stimulation, infra-red therapy, ultraviolet therapy and different therapeutic exercises by automated machines. Evaluate sitting, standing balance in neurologically affected patients. Apply manual therapy, mobilization, manipulation of soft tissue techniques etc. Progress through wheelchair and gait training with or without ambulatory aids. Research in relevant areas. Aid in-home evaluation to make the environment barrier free and accessible. Improving the status of patients with cardiopulmonary dysfunction. Physiotherapists treat the reactions and responses of the body to injury, disease or abnormalities in development. They are also key health professionals in the prevention of injury.

Q.What is the role of a physiotherapist in a healthcare team?

Ans. A Physiotherapist is a very important member of the health care team where his responsibility is to rehabilitate the patient back to normal without medicines by exercise, manual therapy, rehabilitation techniques and physical activity.

Q.What is the normal pay Package after passing BPT?

Ans. The normal pay Package for a Physiotherapist working in a hospital, i.e., in a physiotherapy department starts with minimum Rs. 3-4 lakhs per annum. As experience increases, remuneration increases depending on the work output and the type of organization he / she is working in.

Q.What is six months clinical internship?

Ans. After completing 4 years of BPT, six months of compulsory internship is done in a multi-specialty hospital (minimum 100 bedded) with rotating duties in different specialties of the hospital like medicine, surgery, orthopaedics, cardiac, neurology etc.

Q.What kind of subjects will I be studying in BPT?

Ans.In BPT degree, the students will be required to study basic medical subjects such as Anatomy, Physiology, Bio-chemistry, Microbiology, Pathology, Orthopaedics, Surgery, Neurology, Cardiothoracic Diseases and Surgery, Psychiatry and then core physiotherapy subjects such as Exercise therapy, Electrotherapy, Manual therapy, Prosthetics Orthotics, Obstetrics Gynaecology, Orthopedic Physiotherapy, Neuro-Physiotherapy, Sports Physiotherapy, Cardio-Physiotherapy, Community Physiotherapy, General Physiotherapy, Research Methodology Biostatistics, Organization and Administration and Research project to develop an insight into the management and treatment of conditions.

Q.What are the further study options after completing BPT?

Ans. After passing BPT, a student can pursue MPT in different specialized branches like – Orthopedics, Neurology, Sports Medicine, Cardiopulmonary to enhance interest areas and skills. After Masters, student can also pursue their Ph.D in the field of physiotherapy.

Further, they are also eligible for the programs like hospital administration, business management, public health management etc.

Q.What is the scope of Research in Physiotherapy?

Ans. A Physiotherapist can do research to develop new techniques and design protocols of rehabilitation for various health disorders. As physiotherapy is an upcoming field, stronger roots of profession can develop only if evidence based practice is incorporated in clinical practice.

Q.How about working as Physiotherapist outside India?

Ans. Physiotherapy is a very promising, rewarding and satisfactory profession abroad as paramedical science has a larger role and responsibility in a hospital scenario. After clearing the licensing examination of the given country, it opens up the wide opportunities for the physiotherapists.

Q.What are the benefits of studying BPT in MRIIRS?

Ans. BPT program was started in 2004 in MREI and this year shall be 13th year.

The course is taught by highly qualified faculties including medical doctors, surgeons, physiotherapists, scientists with all salient features of MRIIRS campus.

The institute has tie-ups with 15 renowned hospitals of Delhi-NCR for clinical training and internship placements like Batra Hospital, VIMHANS, IBS, Asian hospital, Fortis, National Heart Institute, Metro Hospital etc The institute has foreign faculty exchange programme with Lahti University of Applied Science, Lahti, Finland. Universiti Sains Malayasia, Tsukuba University, Japan, Teesside University etc. The department keeps organizing regular workshops in medical and physiotherapy areas for updating knowledge of staffs and students. The department has state-of-the-art OPD facilities with a good patient load. The department focuses on evidence based practice which is carried out in well equipped labs designed for research purposes. The department focuses on complete holistic development of the students as Personality Development Programs and Inter disciplinary learning is incorporated into the curriculum. The Department is keen on providing international exposure to its students in the form of international conferences. The department hosted the 14thCommonwealth Sport Science Conference in 2010 in which 600 people from all over India and 23 countries of the world participated. In 2015 MRIIRS hosted 7th Asia Pacific Conference on Exercise and Sports Science (APCESS) in October in association with Asian Council of Exercise and Sports Science (ACESS) where approximately 990 national and international delegates participated.

Masters of Physiotherapy:

Q.What are the options after passing MPT program?

Ans.

  • To work as Consultant Physiotherapist in Multi-specialty Hospitals, Health Care Centers, NGOs; Corporate Physiotherapist in MNCs; Health Care Physiotherapy Instructor in Modern Gymnasiums; Ergonomic Care Advisor; Physiotherapist in Special Schools for Physically Challenged Children; Physiotherapist in Old Age Residential Homes
  • To work as Sports Physiotherapists along with Sports Associations, Sports Team, individually hired physiotherapist by elite athletes
  • To work as Entrepreneur in Rehabilitation Center/ Organization
  • To work as Private Practitioner by running Private Physiotherapy Practice;
  • To be an Academician as Faculty in upcoming Universities and Colleges
  • To work as Clinical Researcher in Clinical Researches funded by Govt. of India and foreign organizations, Agencies, Professional bodies etc.

Q.What is the usual pay package after passing MPT?

Ans. Normally, a Physiotherapist working in a hospital-physiotherapy department starts with a minimum Rs. 4-5 lakhs per annum and generally has sharing income from out-patient department and from patients seen in In-patient department. As the profession is skill-oriented, so with good skill and hands, one can excel in his/her career in terms of remuneration.

Q.What are the specialties available in MPT?

Ans. MRIIRS offers MPT in disciplines i.e., Musculoskeletal, Sports, Neurology, Cardiopulmonary.

Q.What about MPT-Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy?

Ans. Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy is a specialty of physiotherapy science which plays a significant role in therapeutic management of orthopedic disorders, dysfunctions, trauma, surgery, joint replacement surgery, rheumatologic and degenerative disorders, amputees, handicapped, geriatric care etc. by manual therapy procedures and therapeutic exercises.

Q.What about MPT-Sports Physiotherapy?

Ans. Sports Physiotherapy is a specialty of physiotherapy science that plays a major role in multidisciplinary approach in prevention, therapeutic management of musculoskeletal sports injuries. Scientific approaches of sports training, physiological conditioning, bio-mechanical and kinesiological analysis, fitness testing, sports psychology, doping, anthropometry, sports nutrition, assessment and management of injured athletes are dealt comprehensively.

Q.What is the significance of MPT-Neurological Physiotherapy?

Ans. Neurological Physiotherapy is a specialized physiotherapy science which plays a major role in comprehensive therapeutic management of degenerative diseases, demyelinating diseases, balance disorders, head injury, disorders of cerebral circulation, spinal injuries and fractures, pain, neuropsychological problems, developmental disorders, movement disorders, disorders of muscle tone, critical illness, neuro-surgical conditions, geriatric rehabilitation etc. with the use of various neuro-rehabilitation procedures.

Q.What is the importance of MPT-Cardiopulmonary Physiotherapy?

Ans. Cardiopulmonary Physiotherapy is a specialized physiotherapy science wherein comprehensive rehabilitation is done after cardiothoracic surgery, for respiratory diseases, cardiovascular diseases, intensive care in respiratory and cardiac conditions, vascular surgery, pediatrics neonatal respiratory intensive care and many other conditions.

Q.What kind of subjects will you be studying in MPT?

Ans. Depending on the specialty chosen and basic knowledge from undergraduate level, the students are taught a blend of subjects which help to build better in depth understanding of their specialization. Emphasis on research and biostatistics, interdisciplinary learning, pedagogy and ethics and law is given. Physiotherapeutic skills in both basic and advanced level i.e., manual therapy and rehabilitation approaches are part of the curriculum.

Q.What are the options on completion of MPT?

Ans. After passing MPT a student can pursue PhD, fellowships program and certified courses in different specialized branches to enhance their academic interest.

Q.What is the scope of Research in Physiotherapy?

Ans. Clinical research is a new upcoming area in medical sciences and it is widely developing in India as seen in Western countries. Physiotherapists in India are now switching over to Evidence Based Practice which is only possible by conducting researches. As this is a growing field in medical arena, research has great scope in physiotherapy, as with more research work better techniques and skills can be developed for rehabilitation of the patients.

Q.How about working as Physiotherapist outside India?

Ans. Physiotherapy is a very promising, rewarding and satisfactory profession abroad, and, as paramedical science, has a larger role and responsibility in a hospital scenario. After clearing the licensing examination of the given country, it opens up wide opportunities for the physiotherapists.

Q.What are the benefits of studying MPT in MRIIRS?

Ans. The MPT program in MRIIRS has been designed keeping in mind the international trends, skill and corporate requirements. The overall development of the student’s personality is the prime objective. The personal and professional development is carried through intense research and international collaboration. MPT program was started in 2005 by MREI and this year shall be the 12th year.

The course is taught by highly qualified faculties including medical doctors, surgeons, physiotherapists, scientists with all salient features of MRIIRS campus. The institute has tie-ups with 15 renowned hospitals of Delhi-NCR for clinical training and internship placements like Batra Hospital, VIMHANS, IBS, Asian Hospital, National Heart Institute, Metro Hospital etc. The institute has foreign faculty exchange programme with Lahti University of Applied Science, Lahti, Finland, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Tsukuba University, Japan etc.

The department keeps organizing regular workshops in medical and physiotherapy areas for updating knowledge of staffs and students. The department has state-of-the-art OPD facilities with a good patient load. The department focuses on evidence based practice which is carried out in well equipped labs designed for research purposes. The department focuses on complete holistic development of the students as Personality Development Programs and Inter disciplinary learning is incorporated into the curriculum. The Department is keen on providing international exposure to its students in the form of international conferences. The department hosted the 14thCommonwealth Sport Science Conference in 2010 in which 600 people from all over India and 23 countries of the world participated. In 2015 MRIIRS hosted the 7th Asia Pacific Conference on Exercise and Sports Science (APCESS) in October in association with Asian Council of Exercise and Sports Science (ACESS) where approximately 990 national and international delegates participated.

Meritorious Students get scholarship from Japan for Summer Training Program.

Q.What is the focus of Physiotherapy studies?

Ans. In depth knowledge of subjects in physiotherapy and medical sciences. Research in musculo-skeletal, sports, neuro-muscular, geriatrics, pediatrics, cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation. Assessment, examination, diagnosis making, treatment and advice to the patients of orthopedic disorder/ dysfunction, degenerative conditions, handicapped, neurological problems / impairments, pediatrics abnormalities, cardiovascular surgeries, abdominal surgeries, sports injuries, respiratory disease to name a few areas. Extending the physiotherapy expertise to all sectors of the community. Developing skilled physiotherapy professionals as per international standards. Fostering healing helping hands relationship with patients. This profession helps to encourage development and facilitates recovery, enabling people to stay in work while helping them to remain independent for as long as possible. Create professionals that add life to years, i.e., help people affected by injury, illness or disability through movement and exercise, manual therapy, education and advice.

Nutrition and Dietetics:

Q.What is Nutrition and Dietetics?

Ans. It is an integrated and professional program preparing students to work as Nutritionists as well as Dieticians.

Q.What are the different programmes offered by the Department?

Ans. Programmes offered by the department are:-

  • Undergraduate (UG): B.Sc. Nutrition and Dietetics ( Six Semester)
  • Postgraduate (PG) : M.Sc Nutrition and Dietetics ( Four Semester)
  • PhD

Q.What are the objectives of the programs being offered in the department of Nutrition and Dietetics?

Ans. Increasing students knowledge about nutrition and dietetics. Understanding of basic nutrition concepts. Developing skills-to make healthy decisions about nutrition. Providing practical information to make reasoned judgments about matters related to nutrition now and in the future.

Representing a happy balance between meeting an educational requirement and learning useful information. Increasing students understanding of how nutrition ‘truths are identified and thus presenting a critical thinking process for making firm decisions about nutrition.

Q. For entrance exams, is there any prescribed syllabus for students?

Ans. It is based on general aptitude and basic science. The sample paper of MR-NAT is available on university website www.manavrachna.edu.in.

Q. What are various job opportunities after pursuing the program?

Ans. PUBLIC SECTOR:

  • Public Health Departments
  • International Organizations (UNICEF/ UNDP/ WHO)
  • Non-Governmental Organizations
  • Community Development Programmes

PRIVATE SECTOR:

  • Multi National Companies
  • Own Private Practice
  • Food Industry
  • Consultant for Private Companies, Private Hospitals, Airlines and Railways, Hotels, Health Care Centers
  • Quality food service establishments.
  • Sports and Fitness centers.
  • Health and Wellness Industries.
  • Private Hospitals.
  • Airlines and Railways
  • Hotels, Counselors in Schools etc.

RESEARCH:

  • Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI)
  • Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR)
  • Indian Council of Agriculture Research (ICAR)
  • National Institute of Nutrition (NIN)

TEACHING:

Universities, Colleges and Schools.

Q. What is the placement record of previous batches?

Ans. Students were placed in various health care industries like:

  • Sports Authority of India
  • Azurra Pharmaconutrition
  • Dr. Shikha Sharma Nutrihealth
  • Dr. Lal Path Labs
  • Fitness Yatra, Noida
  • Personal Point
  • Fitness First
  • Escorts Hospital, Faridabad
  • AIIMS Trauma Center, New Delhi
  • Asian Institute of Medical Sciences, Faridabad
  • VLCC Healthcare, Delhi
  • Talwalkars Prime Fitness, Delhi
  • Max Hospital, Saket
  • Paras Hospital, Gurgaon
  • Jaipur Golden Hospital, Delhi
  • PGI, Chandigarh
  • Guardian Lifecare Pvt. Ltd.
  • Nutrilife India Pvt. Ltd
  • Haldirams
  • Taj Group Of Hotels
  • Apollo Hospital
  • Consultant Nutritionist in IBM and Nestle
  • Artemist, Gurgaon
  • RML Hospital, New Delhi

Q. How is this program different from programs offered by other Universities?

Ans. This program provides two month Clinical / Industrial training in various multi specialty hospitals and industries in the B.Sc program. University has tie ups with multi-specialty hospitals/ industries.

Tie ups with various International Universities for Student – Faculty Exchange Program

Earning while Learning, a unique concept.

Health Camps as a CSR activity.

Tie ups with industries for research projects.

Q. What is the teaching methodology adopted?

Ans. 

  1. Classroom lecture by faculty
  2. Demonstration by faculty
  3. Independent work by student guided by faculty
  4. Hands on practical work by students
  5. Self initiated and directed study by students
  6. Self initiated and directed study by students with faculty evaluation
  7. Seminar presentation by student with faculty moderation and evaluation by peers

Q. Do boys also opt for this course? If yes, then what are various job prospects for them?

Ans. Yes, boys also opt for this professional course. Job prospects are the same as for girls. They are generally more interested to join the corporate sector (e.g. Food manufacturing companies and health centers).

Q. Is there any scholarship policy for the meritorious students?

Yes, the University offers scholarship to all students on the basis of marks / CGPA in the qualifying examinations. For more details: www.manavrachna.edu.in

Q.How is the quality of the faculty of the Department?

Ans. The University has well-qualified, experienced faculty for the Nutrition and Dietetics programme. They have practical experience and are experts in the area of Nutrition and Dietetics. They are also actively involved in research and have published extensively in National and International Journals of repute.

Q.Is there any provision for campus placement?

Ans. Yes, through Corporate Resource Centre (CRC) department organizes campus placement programme for the benefit of qualified nutritionists. CRC provides opportunity to the employers to interact with young aspirants. Various renowned food and healthcare industries are invited for the recruitments.

Q.What are the additional prospects of personality development in the course?

Ans. The candidate will have:

Experience in a variety of areas related to dietetic practice: clinical, community nutrition and food service management;

Evidence of characteristics as leadership, self-reliance, initiative, good communication skills (oral and verbal) and academic excellence in nutrition related sciences.

Q.Any industrial exposure provided to the students?

Ans. Industry- Institute interaction is an important aspect of our curriculum. The Department arranges students visits to different corporate giants like DIPAS, Yakult, Mother Dairy, Tilda rice, Haldirams, Flight Kitchen, Britania, Chintamani etc. These industrial visits provide hands on practical exposure and help in multi-dimensional development of the students, giving them an edge over others in terms of industrial exposure.

Q.What are the international collaborations of the department?

Ans. Research Collaboration, scholarships and faculty/student exchange programme with international universities: Tsukuba University, Japan; Lahti University of Applied Sciences, Lahti, Finland, Leeds, U.K.; University Sains, Malaysia, Teesside University, U.K. and University Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Malaysia

Q.What are the other activities performed by the department?

Ans. As a part of its corporate social responsibility, the department conducted free health and awareness camps for corporates like NTPC, ONGC, IBM, NESTLE as well as community level, to promote health and wellness on critical issues of concern like cancer, diabetes, hypertension etc.

Manav Rachna Aahar – an NGO initiated by the Department to provide free meals to the poor and needy living in the nearby slum.

  • Regular Counseling sessions at departmental OPD
  • Observance of Health Days: National Nutrition week, World Health Day
  • Doping Control/ Medical Officer at Commonwealth Games, Delhi.
  • Sports Nutrition counseling during various tournaments and Corporate Cricket Matches

Q.Do you offer courses by internet, correspondence, or night school?

Ans. No, we do not.

Q.After being awarded with M.Sc. in Nutrition and Dietetics degree, will candidates be eligible to become a Registered Dietician?

Ans. Yes the candidate will be eligible for it but they have to clear the registered dietician exam conducted by the authorized organization.

Q.Can a student undergo Dietetic Internship Program during B.Sc. Nutrition and Dietetics?

Ans. The Dietetic Internship Program can be undertaken simultaneously during B.Sc. in reputed hospitals of Delhi NCR. Department of Nutrition and Dietetics is unique to offer internship during Bachelors course itself.

Q.What are the chief highlights of Bachelors and Masters course?

Ans. B.Sc. – Nutrition Dietetics (3 year) including:-

  • Two month clinical/ industrial training
  • Research Project
  • Exposure of Health Camps on Recent Chronic Diseases
  • Indulged in many National and International Conferences

M.Sc. – Nutrition Dietetics (2 year) with specialization in:

  • Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics
  • Food Science and Technology
  • Sports Nutrition
  • Public Health Nutrition

Research work and Projects

Indulged in many National and International Conferences

Q.What are the major hospitals that provide hands on training to the students?

Ans. The Department is associated with the list of following hospitals at Delhi NCR-

  • Metro Heart Hospital, Faridabad
  • Medanta Medicity Hospital, Gurgaon
  • AIIMS Trauma center, New Delhi
  • ASIAN Hospital , Faridabad
  • PGI, Chandigarh
  • Fortis Escorts, Faridabad
  • Fortis Escorts, New Delhi
  • Sunflag Hospital ,Faridabad
  • Primus Hospital , New Delhi
  • VIMHANS Hospital, New Delhi
  • Max Hospital, Saket
  • Paras Hospital, Gurgaon
  • Columbia Asia Hospital, Gurgaon
  • Artemis Hospital, Gurgaon
  • Majidia Hospital, Delhi
  • Jaipur Golden Hospital, Delhi
  • Kalyani- Escorts, Gurgaon
  • Prestigious Health Care Centers
  • Sarvodaya Hospital, Faridabad
  • Holy Family Hospital, Delhi
  • Kailash Hospital, Noida
  • Apollo Hospital, New Delhi

Q.What is the participation of students and faculty in extension activities?

Ans. Extension activities are made mandatory for the students to promote Community linkage, Social Responsibility, Interaction with the people and Problem Analyzing and Solving Skills. In Contemporary society, the students are highly ignorant about the problems of the society where they live. Therefore, it is realized that the students must be sensitized about the society and extension activities are made mandatory for them.

The different Practices adopted are:

  • Organizing Health Camps, Awareness camps under Dr. O.P Bhalla Foundation Trust in rural areas.
  • Adoption of Mohna Village for various academic activities , counselling , training workshops , Health and hygiene practices
  • Organizing camps in association with various organizations like NTPC, ONGC etc for the employees of the organization and near vicinity.

Association of the department with Red Cross Society, Rotary Clubs that are functioning in the University .They involve the students in the activities like:

  • Organizing camps like AIDS awareness, de addiction, Cancer awareness etc.
  • Participation in Marathon, Walkathon and Rallies against Drug Addiction, Junk Food etc.
  • Blood Donation
  • Collecting sponsors and donations for relief and rehabilitation of people affected by natural calamities
  • Students contribution to old age homes by frequent visits, physical and monetary help
  • Campus Cleaning and Beautification

Q.What are the major research thrust areas as recognized by the major funding agencies in the department?

Ans. The major research thrusts are:-

  • Women Health and Nutrition
  • Health Promotion
  • Food Product Development
  • The faculty members have published many international and national papers in reputed journals and few faculty members have published chapter in books and edited the books.

Q.Are there any Faculty member associated and serving in National committees, International committees, Editorial Boards etc. ?

Ans. Yes, they are active members of Indian Dietetic Association, Nutrition Society of India, The Indian Society for Parentral Enteral Nutrition, Society of Biological Chemists etc. Few of them are members of editorial boards of MR International Journal of Applied Health Science and Joint Secretory-Indian Dietetic Association-Delhi Chapter

Q.What is the status of students doing projects in collaboration with other universities /industry / institute?

Ans. Many students have undertaken several projects at Saffola India Pvt Ltd, UNICEFF, SAI – Bangalore, Tsukuba University -Japan etc.

Q.What are the Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level by Faculty?

Ans. The faculty has won many awards in oral presentations and poster presentations as President Poster Award, Best Research Proposal Award, Achievers Award, International Travelling Awards and Education Award in different national and international conferences.

Q.Does the department organize any kind of Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops?

Ans. Yes, to brush up the students practical knowledge and help ensure their academic enrichment, laboratory experiments, training sessions, workshops, personality development workshops and seminars are conducted all year long such as International Seminar on ‘Contemporary Perspective on Health, National Nutrition Week-Paushtik Aahar Desh Ka Aadhar, Workshop on Food Preservation Processing, Research Methodology etc.

Q.What are the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge, basic or applied?

Ans. The creativity of the students is kindled by encouraging them to write in the University magazine and publish their project outcomes as research articles in the research journals of our University. Departments send the students to other research organizations like DRDO, NDTL, SAI etc for knowledge sharing during their summer vacation. Students are motivated to participate and present papers in national and international forums.

The department creates a culture of instilling and nurturing creativity and scientific temper among the learners through the following ways:

  • Developing a curriculum that generates scientific awareness among students and provides them with ample opportunities at every step to practically assess and evaluate what they are learning.
  • Incorporating practical training/internship and professional exposure as essential components in curriculum. Students get direct exposure to industrial and manufacturing process and develop a scientific and technological temper.
  • Designing activities and tasks that assess a students aptitude for scientific, analytical and logical thinking and encourage creative thinking, like exhibitions, science projects, expo, etc.
  • Enhancing entrepreneurial skills among students through on campus activities, like organizing cafeterias and Science exhibitions. Incorporating the component of organizing canteens on campus, as compulsory in the PG curricula.
  • Incorporating the component of primary research through compulsory seminar and research projects/dissertations, in the UG and PG curriculum.
  • Providing increased exposure to the global trends through extension, lectures, seminars and conferences.
  • Encouraging students to present papers and posters in various conferences and seminars.
  • Encouraging students to contribute to campus buzz and in house publications.
  • Organizing year round activities and sending the students to participate in activities like quiz, dramatics, debate, cultural activities, etc. organized by other universities.

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FAQ’s – Department of Public Health Dentistry

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Q 1. What are the objectives of Dental Public Health?

  • Supports healthy growth and development of jaws and teeth.
  • Fosters healthy lifestyles.
  • Helps to protect the public from health risks.
  • Works to prevent dental illness and injury.
  • Protects the health of communities.
  • Works to reduce health risks to the public.
  • Educate people about public health issues.
  • Monitors facilities and developments.
  • Enforces dental health legislation.
  • More detailed information on specific Preventive Dental Public Health programs are on the Overview page.

Q 2. By whom are Preventive Dental Public Health programs delivered ?
A 2. Preventive Dental Public Health programs are delivered by a wide array of health professionals, including:

  • Public Health Dentist
  • Public Health Nurses
  • Dental Hygienists
  • Dental Health Educator
  • Administrative and support staff
  • and many others…

Checklist for a healthy smile… what YOU do and do not do is important!

Eat Intelligently!

  • Life can be busy so choose fresh fruits and vegetables instead of junk foods when you eat on the run.  Limit snacking

Practice Good Prevention!

  • Brush twice a day using a fluoride toothpaste.
  • Floss once a day.

Keep up with your dental check-ups!

  • Dental checkup every 6 months is important for prevention and early treatment of dental problems. Tooth cleaning, fluoride treatments and sealants are important to help prevent dental problems.

Don’t smoke or chew tobacco!

  • The warnings you hear and read about are true. Besides lung and heart problems, tobacco can cause oral cancers.

Wear a Mouth Guard for SPORTS or activities in which your mouth can be hit!

Tooth-brushing made easy…

  • Brush morning and night with a small, soft toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste.Place your toothbrush where your teeth and gums meet. Gently move the toothbrush in small circles.
  1.   Brush outside surfaces…
  2.   Brush  inside surfaces…
  3.   Chewing surfaces.

Don’t rush the brush – It takes time to reach all the tooth surfaces in your mouth.

PLUS… Brushing really fast won’t let the toothbrush bristles reach tricky areas in and around your teeth.

Flossing
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  • Floss once a day to remove the plaque from between your teeth.
  • Flossing gets easier the more you do it. Keep at it!

Wind 30 cm of floss around your two middle fingers

  • Then use your index fingers and thumbs to direct the floss between teeth

Carefully guide the floss between teeth.
Gently move the

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  •  floss up and down in a C-shape against the side of one tooth to remove plaque and debris. Then make a C-shape with floss against the side of the other tooth.Use a fresh section of floss as you move from tooth to tooth.

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Dental Care for Children 0-5 years

Brush at least twice a day with Fluoride Toothpaste

Catch small problems early – before they become BIG problems
Our dental team can help you learn how you can prevent oral disease.

  • If you spot trouble or have questions – visit our dental team to check it out – before it may become a serious problem…
  • As a parent, you have a big role to play in keeping your child’s teeth healthy and clean. You can help prevent cavities. Prevention starts at home, with good eating habits and daily cleaning of the teeth.

This section has important information on how to properly care for primary teeth and new permanent teeth.

  • Cleaning Teeth – Young children are not able to clean their own teeth. As a parent, you must do it for them when they are very young and do it with them, as they get older.
  • Nutrition for Children – We have all heard that sugar is bad for teeth. Limit the consumption of carbohydrates, sweets etc. during meal times.
  • Dental Development – All 20 baby (or primary) teeth come in by the time your child is two or three years old.
  • Early Childhood Tooth Decay – Once your child has teeth, he is susceptible to tooth decay.
  • Your Child’s First Visit – Indian Dental Association encourages the assessment of infants, by a dentist, within 6 months of the eruption of the first tooth or by one year of age.
  • Fluoride & Your Child – Fluoride is a mineral found in nature. It makes the hard outer layer of teeth (called enamel) stronger. When the outer layer is strong, teeth are less likely to get cavities.
  • Pacifiers & Thumb Sucking – It is normal for babies to suck because it helps them relax. By the time your child is two or three years of age, he or she has less need to suck.

Pregnancy and Dental Health

  • Taking good care of yourself during pregnancy affects the development and dental health of your baby. Your baby’s mouth and teeth begin to form during the first few weeks of pregnancy.

Taking care of your dental health

Reasons for taking care of your dental health during pregnancy include the following:

  • Hormonal changes occur during pregnancy that can affect your gums. Bacteria along your gum line can cause your gums to become swollen and inflamed.
  • Tooth decay is caused by bacteria in your mouth and may be passed to your child through saliva.
  • Tooth decay can be affected by what you eat, how often you eat, and how long the food stays in your mouth or on your teeth. Snacking may be necessary, but eating sweet or sticky foods may increase your risk of tooth decay.
  • Nausea and vomiting during pregnancy can leave stomach acids in your mouth. Clean your teeth and rinse your mouth to prevent tooth decay and damage to the surfaces of your teeth.

To keep your teeth and gums healthy, you can take these steps:

  • Brush your teeth at least twice a day with a toothpaste that contains fluoride, and clean carefully along your gum lines
  • Floss daily
  • Eat healthy foods
  • Limit foods that are sweet or stick to your teeth
  • Do not brush your teeth for 30 minutes after vomiting. The stomach acid combined with brushing may erode your tooth enamel. Rinse your mouth with water, or use a fluoride mouth rinse to freshen your mouth and protect your teeth.
  • Do not smoke and drink alcohol during pregnancy.

Professional dental care

  • See your dentist regularly during your pregnancy. If you have healthy teeth, you will have less tooth decay or bacteria and lower the risk of passing the bacteria to your baby.
  • Regular dental cleanings and check-ups are safe at any time during pregnancy. Tell your dentist or dental hygienist that you are pregnant.
  • Any pain, swelling or infection in your mouth should be treated immediately. This can affect your health and your baby’s health.

 

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FAQs – Pedodontics & Preventive Dentistry

Q.1 What is tooth decay/Dental caries?

A: Dental caries is an infectious disease process, usually bacterial in origin that causes tooth decay or “cavities.” Certain types of bacteria are present in our mouths. When these bacteria come into contact with sugary foods, acids are produced. These acids attack the enamel on the exterior of the teeth, eventually demineralizing the enamel, dentin and cementum. This results in the formation of holes or cavities. If untreated, caries can lead to severe pain, local infection, tooth loss, and even serious systemic infections.

Q.2 When should a child be first brought to a dental clinic for check  up?

A: First dental visit is recommended as soon as the first tooth erupts into the mouth; to allow the dentist to examine the child, provide dietary and preventive information.

Q.3 How is a pediatric dentist different from other dentists?

A: Pediatric Dentists have specialized training in treating children. They have several years of additional training and have gained extensive experience in treating infants, children, and adolescents. Pediatric dentists enjoy working with children and the dental office environment is also according to the liking of children. Office is decorated with child friendly posters and pictures and activities, which are of interest.

Q.4 Is it important to care for child’s baby teeth since they are replaced by permanent teeth anyway?

A: Many parents overlook the importance of their child’s teeth, especially their baby teeth (also called primary teeth). Primary teeth apart from helping in chewing, biting, speech development, development of jaw bones, are also instrumental in enhancing the health of permanent teeth. The primary teeth guide the permanent teeth into position and allow normal development of the jaw bone and muscles. Because primary teeth hold space for their successors, early loss or damage can severely affect the position of the permanent teeth. Moreover they also let the child to smile with confidence.

Q.5 Which is the best toothpaste for children and how much should it be used?

A: While choosing toothpaste, one must ensure Indian Dental Association (IDA) seal of acceptance to ensure its safety and effectiveness. Use a small amount of toothpaste – about the size of a green pea. Children should spit out and not swallow excess toothpaste after brushing.

Q.6 What is bottle feeding decay and how can we prevent it?

A: Bottle feeding decay is a unique pattern of dental decay in very young children (till 5 years) due to prolonged and improper feeding habits. Various causes of decay are: prolonged bottle feeding, use of sweet syrups, sweetened pacifiers, chocolate and sweet.

Prevention and management:

i. Infants should not be put to sleep with the bottle.
ii. Parents should be encouraged to have infants drink from a cup; infants should be weaned from the bottle at 12-24 months of age.
iii. Oral hygiene measures should be implemented by the time of eruption of first primary tooth.
iv. An oral health consultation visit within 6 months of the eruption of first primary tooth is recommended.

Q.7 How can dental injuries be prevented during sporting events?

A: Soft plastic mouthguards, helmets and face masks can be used to protect teeth, lips, cheek and gums from sport related injuries. But if the injury occurs, immediately consult a pediatric dentist.

Q.8 Are dental X-rays safe?

A: Dental X-rays are much more safer these days as pediatric dentists try to limit the amount of radiation exposure to children wit the meticulous use of lead aprons, thyroid collars, high-speed film and efficient X-ray machines.

Q.9 Is thumbsucking habit harmful for child’s dentition?

A: Yes thumbsucking along with tounge thrusting, mouth breathing, lip biting are harmful habits for a developing dentition. Most children stop thumbsucking on their own, but if they are still sucking their thumbs or fingers past the age of three, pediatric dentist should be consulted.

Q.10 How can dental decay be prevented beforehand?

A: Maintaining proper oral hygiene and limiting the servings of sugars are the most important preventive measures. Other clinical measures such as the use of fluoride treatment and dental sealants are also beneficiary. Dental sealants act by blocking the fissures on the chewing surfaces of teeth, thereby making them self-cleansing. This prevents the food from sticking onto the tooth surface. Fluoride treatment provided by pediatric dentists helps by re-mineralizing the tooth surface.

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