Technical Clubs

IEEE MRU Student Branch/Computer Society (CS) Chapter

Research Clusters
Coding Clubs

IEEE is the world’s largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity. IEEE and its members inspire a global community to innovate for a better tomorrow through its more than 396,000 members in over 160 countries, and its highly cited publications, conferences, technology standards, and professional and educational activities. IEEE is the trusted “voice” for engineering, computing, and technology information around the globe.

Computer Society (CS), is a technical and student chapter from IEEE @MRU where it dedicates itself to make progress on the areas related to computing. IEEE Computer Society professional chapters connect you to an international network of peers and other computing professionals at the industry's highest levels.

The details of the students coordinators for IEEE @ MRU student branch and CS Student Chapter are as follows:
Ms. Khushi Kathuria
Ms. Khushi Arora
Vice Chairperson
Mr. Simar Jyot Narang
General Secretary
Ms. Malika
Mr. Gourav Vashisth
Technical Head
Mr. Harsh Kumar Vashist
CS Chairperson
Ms. Chetna Diwakar
CS Vice Chairperson
Mr. Chirag Garg
CS General Secretary


Dr. Manpreet Kaur

Branch Counsellor

Mr. Anuj Singh

Branch Mentor

Ms. Anu Priya Sharma

Branch coordinator

IEEE Women in Engineering (WIE)

IEEE Women in Engineering (WIE) is a global network of IEEE members and volunteers dedicated to promoting Women engineers and scientists, and inspiring girls around the world to follow their academic interests to make a flourishing career in Engineering and Sciences.

The details of the students coordinators for IEEE @ MRU WIE branch are as follows:
Ms. Charu Goyal-BTech CSE 6th Sem
WIE Chairperson
Ms. Drishti Kemni-Btech CSE 4th Sem
WIE Vice Chairperson
Ms. Liza Kansal-Btech CSE 4th Sem
WIE General Secretary

Ureka Data Science & Analytics Club (DSAC)

This club was formed in 2021 with the sole purpose of creating opportunities for students to learn and acquire important skills that can boost their journey in the Data Science and Analytics World. In collaboration with UREKA Foundation, DSAC club, Department of CST has been organizing activities and workshops for the solitary resolve of giving students the platform to learn and explore more in this domain. Nowadays Data Science, Analytics and Cybersecurity are such fields that are giving a great deal of opportunities for students in present times.

Through the DSAC Club, both the organizing committee and the participating students have inculcated values like teamwork, self-belief, and a sense of maturity that will help them in their professional as well as personal lives in the future.

Students’ team is as follows:
Tahi Siddiqui
Divyanshu Sharma
Vice President- Finance
Kanan Arora
Vice President- Marketing
Poonam Biswas
Vice President- Operations
Kolla Chaitanya
Vice President- Operations

ICT(Information Communications Technology) ACADEMY

MRU began its collaboration with ICT by signing MOU on 16th September 2020. We have renewed the annual membership twice i.e. for years 2020-21 and 2021-22. MRU has collaborated with ICT in many different areas like FDPs, SDPs, International level talks and numerous training programs for students. With training of teachers and students as the primary objective, ICT Academy has been working through a seven pillar program in the areas of Faculty Development, Student Skill Development, Entrepreneurship Development, Youth Empowerment, Industry-Institute Interaction, Digital Empowerment and Research & Publications.

List of student coordinators are as below:
Supreet Kaur
Semester 4
Kanishka Panchal
Semester 6
Semester 2
Ritika Verma
Semester 2

Google Developer Student Club (GDSC)

Google Developer Students Club (GDSC) is an initiative launched by Google Developers to provide students with the resources and support they need to become successful developers. The program is aimed at students who are passionate about technology and want to learn more about Google technologies and products.

The GDSC program provides students with a wide range of resources, including access to Google's developer tools, training materials, and mentorship from experienced developers. The program also provides students with the opportunity to participate in hackathons, coding challenges, and other events where they can showcase their skills and connect with other like-minded individuals.The program provides students with hands-on experience working with Google technologies, which is highly valued by employers. Table B.4.5.6 shows the event conducted by the club. Prajwal Paul, B.Tech CSE 6th Semester is the student coordinator.

Coding Club

The Department of Computer Science & Technology has established its Coding Club to inculcate coding skills in students. The club, in coordination with its partners aims to:

  • Focus on the Data Structures and Applications
  • Prepare students for Coding Competitions
  • Organize University Level Coding Competitions
  • Organize seminars, presentations and workshops on various innovative technologies in the field of Information and Communication Technology to ensure that the students are in synchronization with the present technological era.

Its latest association with Coding Ninjas intends to provide the students an exposure to the problems asked in the Coding Rounds of companies like Amazon, Microsoft, etc. and to prepare students for various coding competitions. In this regard, the Coding Ninjas conducts a Screening exam. It proposes to provide the qualifying students the following course by the Ninjas, the cost of which would be borne by the University. This helps the students in cracking the interviews.

Abheer Mehrotra
Achin Aggarwal
General Secretary
Nidhish Singh
Anoushka Pandey
Content Writer
Liza Kansal
Content Writer
Arsh Lakhina
Execom Member
Varun Garg
Execom Member
Avdhesh Kumar Sharma
Execom Member
Charu Goyal
Graphic Designer II

Research Cluster of Computing (RCC)

Research Cluster of Computing has its foundation based on Ideation-Innovation-Incubation-Impact. The vision of RCC is to usher and nurture dedicated student and faculty teams towards research and innovation for solving fundamental problems in computing science and inter-disciplinary areas with projects and publications that have quality, impact and value to the growth of technology and human society.

The prime stakeholders of RCC are the students. The aim is to give hands-on practical experience through live industry projects, training students on advanced technologies, research publications, patents and encouraging students towards Competitive platforms under the supervision of the RCC faculty team.

In addition to the various initiatives discussed above, the Department conducts some additional events to nurture the students and ensure a good career for them.

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