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
Manav Rachna University (logo).png
MottoCreating a better human being
Sector 43, Aravalli Hills, Delhi -Surajkund Road, Faridabad, Haryana 121004
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CampusFully residential

Manav Rachna University is a private university[1] located in Faridabad, Haryana, India. Established as a university in 2014, it started out as Manav Rachna College of Engineering (MRCE), established in 2004.


The university's campus is in Sector 43, Faridabad located 05 km from Delhi on Delhi-Surajkund Highway.


The university[2] offers 3-year Bachelor of Business Administration and Bachelor of Science (Honors) as well as 4-year Bachelor of Technology in various fields. It also offers 2-year postgraduate programmes which grant Master of Business Administration, Master of Science or Master of Technology. PhD programs are also offered.

ECO College[edit]

The E-cell of MRU in association with National Entrepreneurial Network organizes various Entrepreneurial awareness campaigns and activities to groom the future entrepreneurs.[3]

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[4][5] in terms of sharing expertise on curricula, teaching pedagogy, student projects, research & development, faculty & student exchange, expert lectures, twinning 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 annual technical cum cultural fest is organized by the student's committee.

Microsoft Imagine Cup[edit]

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


Team "Path Finders"[6] 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".[6] 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.[7]


The team "CodeBlue"[8] 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.


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",[9] 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. It went on to win the World Health Summit Startup Award 2018.[10]


  1. ^ "State -wise List of Private Universities as on 19.09.2017" (PDF). University Grants Commission. 19 September 2017. Retrieved 1 September 2017.
  2. ^ "Manav Rachna University – Manav Rachna Vidyanatariksha". Retrieved 17 November 2017.
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  4. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 13 July 2011. Retrieved 24 August 2017.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
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  10. ^ "Startup Track 2018". World Health Summit. 15 October 2018. Retrieved 27 November 2018.

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