Manav Rachna University

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Coordinates: 28°26′59″N 77°17′06″E / 28.449638°N 77.285106°E / 28.449638; 77.285106

Manav Rachna University
मानव रचना अभियान्त्रिकी महाविद्यालय
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Motto Creating a better human being
Type Private
Established 2004
Vice-Chancellor Dr. Sanjay Srivastava
Dean Dr. Meenakshi S Khurana (Academics)
Director-Principal Dr.Naveen Prakash[1]
Academic staff
100+
Undergraduates 2000
Postgraduates 400
Location Faridabad, Haryana, India
Campus Fully residential
Website mru.edu.in

Manav Rachna University is a private university in Faridabad, Haryana, India. It was previously known as the Manav Rachna College of Engineering (MRCE).

Campus[edit]

The university's campus is in Sector 43, Faridabad located 05 km from Delhi on Delhi-Surajkund Highway. It is surrounded by the Aravalli Hills and is close to the national capital.

Programs[edit]

The university offers the following programs:

Bachelor of Business Administration (3-year course)
  • Healthcare Management
  • Entrepreneurship & Family Business
  • Finance & Accounts
Bachelor of Science (Honors) (3-year course)
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Mathematics
Bachelor of Technology (4-year course)
  • Computer Science & Engineering
  • Electronics & Communication Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
Master of Business Administration (2-year course)
  • Dual Specialization
  • Real Estate Management
  • Construction Management
  • Sports Management
  • Negotiation & Diplomacy
  • Entrepreneurship & Family Business
Master of Science (2-year course)
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Mathematics
Master of Technology (2-year course)
  • Computer Engineering
  • Electronics and Communication Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering Manufacturing & Automation
Ph.D (engineering and management subjects)

Ph.D courses are offered as part-time or full-time courses.

ECO College[edit]

MRU in 2008 became certified by The Energy and Resources Institute for being an environment conscious institute in NCR region. The members of Renewable Energy Club are actively associated with TERI activities in the fields of energy, environment and sustainable development. The E-cell of MRU in association with National Entrepreneurial Network organizes various Entrepreneurial awareness campaigns and activities and grooms the future entrepreneurs.[2]

Foreign collaborations[edit]

Collaborations has been made with many international Institutes such as Lahti University of Applied Sciences, Algonquin College, University of Central Lancashire and Auckland Institute of Technology[3][4] in terms of sharing expertise on curricula, teaching pedagogy, student projects, research & development, faculty & student exchange, expert lectures, twining programmes etc. These collaborations has been made jointly with other Manav Rachna Educational Institutions.

Extra-curricular activities[edit]

To encourage student’s participation in extracurricular activities, the institute has constituted four committees, namely technical, literary, sports and cultural. The literary committee publishes “EFFICACY”, a biannual magazine that showcases the literary talent of the students, as well as conducting various other activities like debating, declamation, and essay writing. In the category of sports, various inter-college and intra-college tournaments are arranged by the sports officer. The annual technical cum cultural fest is organized by the student’s committee. The structure of clubs underneath the committees is as follows:

Technical Committee[edit]

  • Eco Club
  • Management Club
  • MRU ASME
  • MRU IEEE Student Branch
  • MRU SAE
  • Technoplanet Labs

Cultural Committee[edit]

  • Dance Club
  • Dramatics Club
  • Fine Arts
  • Manav Rachna Leo Club
  • Music Club

Literary Committee[edit]

  • Literary Club
  • Photography Club
  • Documentary Club

Sports Committee[edit]

  • Basketball Club
  • Cricket Club
  • Football Club
  • Indoor Games Club
  • Volleyball Club

Microsoft Imagine Cup[edit]

MRU has been consistently representing the country and winning at Microsoft Imagine Cup.

2013

Team "Path Finders"[5] mentored by Manasvi Sihag and consisting of Nikhil Dalmia, Prashant Gupta, Pritam Singh and Hardik Garg won the Indian Finals in 2013 under both "World Citizenship" and "Innovation" category and represented India at the world finals held at St. Petersburg, Russia with their project "Swasthya Sanjivani".[5] Swasthya Sanjivani is an affordable, approachable, quick and automated on the spot blood and urine testing system with immediate confirmatory results covering diseases such as anemia, diabetes, jaundice and renal damage. For this achievement the team was later honored with Dr. O.P. Bhalla Award of Excellence.[6]

2014

The team "CodeBlue"[7] represented India at the world finals for Apps for Office Challenge held at Seattle, Washington and won the second prize. The team created an application for Microsoft Word called "Molecule Maker" which helps in creating dynamic 3D structures of molecules once the user has inputted its molecular formula. The team was mentored by Mohit Bahl and consisted of Saurabh Kanwar, Neha Valecha, Ankur Bhalla and Jehi Jha.

2015

In Microsoft Imagine Cup 2015, teams from Manav Rachna College of Engineering won the first prize in the India finals in both games and innovation category. The games category winning team was team "Aether",[8] composed of Saurabh Kanwar, Nikhil Dalmia, Priya Dugaya and Himanshi Badhana and they created a Windows Phone game called "Tydee" that focused on teaching people garbage segregation and waste management. The innovation category winner was team Eyeluminati who created the project Manovue. Team Eyeluminati went on to represent India in the world finals held at Seattle, Washington.

College fest[edit]

Epiphany'10

Emblazon is annual cultural and technical festival held each year at MRU. Emblazon was formerly named as Epiphany. It is a national level symposium to exhibit and showcase their talents in Engineering Panorama. It is a tech-arena that tests and validates the technocrat in various engineering discipline. There are 50+ different colleges from North India that participates in the fest.

Radio Manav Rachna[edit]

On 10 July 2009 MRU became the first college in NCR to start a community radio station,[9] radio Manav Rachna. It is available at FM 107.8 megahertz in National Capital Region (India). It was inaugurated by the Chief Minister of Haryana, Sh. Bhupinder Singh Hooda.[10][11]

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