Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies
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|Career institute of Technology and Management (1997-2012), Faridabad Institute of Technology (2000-2008), Manav Rachna International University (2012-2018)|
|President||Dr. Prashant Bhalla|
|Campus||Sub Urban, 60 acres|
Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies (MRIIRS) is a National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) accredited A-grade university. It was granted the Deemed university status under section 3 of the UGC Act 1956, as Manav Rachna International University.
The campus covers 60 acres (0.24 km2). There are buildings devoted to engineering, applied sciences, and business studies. There is an auditorium and central library. Students reside in hostels with a separate facility for international students. An indoor sports hall was officially opened by Abhinav Bindra in 2010.
Dr. O. P. Bhalla Central LibraryEdit
The University has a central library with extensive collections of books, journals and digital learning resources.
For undergraduate applicants, Manav Rachna accepts the MRNAT (Manav Rachna National Aptitude Test), the Uni-GAUGE-E, and the SAT in its admissions processes for domestic and international applicants. See Manav Rachna Admissions Procedures for additional details.
In addition to the tests above, admission to B.Tech courses is primarily through results obtained in the All India Engineering Entrance Exam conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education every year. Over one thousand students are accepted into the first year of B. Tech programs annually.
Students with a three-year diploma from a recognised polytechnic in the state can apply for direct admission to the second year of the B.Tech program through an online exam organised by the MRIU.
Admission to the M.Tech program is evaluated on the basis of performance in the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE).
Admission to this program is via the Online Entrance Test for Master of Computer Applications (OLET-MCA) conducted by Haryana State Counseling Society (HSCS).
Admissions to the three year MBA course require a Bachelor’s or postgraduate degree (or equivalent) and taking the Management Aptitude Test (MAT) conducted by the All India Management Association (AIMA).
Each academic year is divided into two semesters. Each semester has two internal exams (sessional exams) and one final exam (semester exam) for all theory subjects. For laboratory courses there is one internal exam followed by the final semester exam. Most of the exams are theoretical like most other engineering colleges in India.
Training and PlacementEdit
The university has a Training and Placement department that helps its graduates find employment. The Corporate Resource Centre connects students with employers.
Between 2006 and 2011 the faculty of the university published 643 research publications in national and international journals and conferences.
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- "Corporate Resource Centre". crc.mriu.edu.in.