Academic Collaborations

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) at MRIIRS (Manav Rachna International Institute of Research & Studies) actively engages in academic collaborations with various institutions and organizations.

These collaborations aim to foster research, knowledge exchange, and professional development. Here are some examples of academic collaborations pursued by the CSE department:


International Collaborations:

The department establishes partnerships with renowned international universities and research institutions to promote academic exchange and collaborative research. These collaborations often involve faculty exchange programs, joint research projects, and collaborative publications. Such collaborations provide opportunities for faculty and students to gain global exposure, share expertise, and broaden their perspectives.

MoUs with Industry

The CSE department enters into Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) with leading companies and industry organizations to bridge the gap between academia and industry. These collaborations facilitate industry visits, internships, joint research projects, and expert lectures. By working closely with industry partners, students gain insights into real-world challenges, industry trends, and industry-relevant skills.

Research Collaborations

The department actively seeks research collaborations with other academic departments within the institution and with external research centers. These collaborations may involve interdisciplinary research projects that combine computer science with fields such as healthcare, environment, finance, and more. Collaborative research efforts allow for the sharing of resources, expertise, and funding opportunities.


Academic Workshops and Conferences

The CSE department organizes academic workshops, seminars, and conferences in collaboration with other academic institutions. These events provide platforms for researchers, faculty members, and students to share their research findings, exchange ideas, and network with experts in the field. Collaborative conferences and workshops help create a vibrant academic community and foster knowledge dissemination.

Government Initiatives

The CSE department actively participates in government-sponsored initiatives, such as research grants, skill development programs, and technology incubation centers. These collaborations allow the department to access funding opportunities, research infrastructure, and policy support. Government collaborations also help align the department's activities with national research priorities and societal needs.


Industry-Academia Advisory Boards

The CSE department forms industry-academia advisory boards comprising professionals, experts, and leaders from the industry. These boards provide guidance on curriculum development, industry trends, emerging technologies, and skill requirements. Collaborating with industry experts ensures that the department's programs are industry-relevant, helping students acquire the necessary skills for employment.

Student Exchange Programs

The CSE department facilitates student exchange programs with partner institutions. These programs enable students to study abroad for a semester or a year, immersing themselves in a different academic and cultural environment. Student exchange programs enhance cross-cultural understanding, broaden perspectives, and offer unique learning experiences.


Collaboration for Skill Development

The department collaborates with industry partners and certification bodies to offer skill development programs and certification courses. These collaborations provide students with industry-recognized certifications, enhancing their employability and preparing them for specific job roles and technology domains.

Best Oral Presentation Award for “Plant Pathologists entrepreneurship: From idea to business” in the 7 th International Conference on Phytopathology in Achieving UN Sustainable Development Goals on Jan 16-20, 2020 at ICAR-IARI, Pusa, New Delhi,India.

Academic collaborations in the field of computer science and engineering play a vital role in enriching the learning experience, promoting research, and aligning educational programs with industry needs. These collaborations enhance the quality of education, provide valuable opportunities for faculty and student development, and contribute to the advancement of knowledge in the field.


Industry Scope- Activities/Internship/ Joint Courses/Industrial Visits etc.


Agreement with Google for offering Android Application Development

Tata Strive Google Scholarship Program

Helping our students to enhance their employability through various courses/certifications e.g. Google Career Certification and Youth Development Modules on Life Skills and Employability Skills.


To enrich the students technical skill on Machine learning using Python

JP Tokyo

Provide the Live Case Studies; Proof of Concept projects and/or Research based projects


Infosys Springboard

Training, Certification, and Assessment: Big data, Robotics, Telecommunications, Machine learning, Internet of things, and Communication

EMC2 (Dell EMC)

Academic Alliance: “ Train the Trainer”, provides courseware, Expert Lectures/Seminars/ Webinars/FDP on Current Technologies, provides student’s certification, course on Information storage management


Infosys Campus Connect Programme: Provides seminars/webinars, competency development programmes for students and faculty, student projects, case studies, Infosys courseware, and a discussion forum.

R-SYSTEMS International Ltd., Noida

Collaborative Projects: Expert Lectures/Seminars, Opportunity to work on Live Projects



TCS Pragati Project: Expert Lectures/Seminars, Opportunity to work on Live Projects, Remote Internship.


SAP Student Academy: Global certification Courses like ABAP, Material Management, HR, and Sales & Distribution

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