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PREFACE

It is a matter of proud privilege for Maharishi Markandeshwar University in presenting itself


for Assessment and Accreditation by peer team of Indias premier Institution NAAC. The
University takes it as an opportunity for assessment of its achievements in all-round
development of the University, in academic and infrastructure fields. Its team of dedicated
Faculty, Administrative Officers and other staff members headed by its Vice Chancellor and
backed by a very dynamic Management, has ever been aspiring for excellence, making no
compromises with quality of teaching. The inspection by eminent academicians drawn from
various academic field will, for sure, enable us, to further improve our proficiency in imparting
world-class education to the present generation and the generations to come.
The University presently has nearly three thousand teaching and non-teaching members, whose
dedication to see the University come of age, has brought about a catalytic change in its
functioning. The present report is a collective endeavor on the part of all the members of the
University, and we believe the illustrious members of the NAAC Team will see for themselves
the progress the University has made on the ground reality, which they may find more subtly
tuned than what could be expressed in words in this report.

MAHARISHI MARKANDESHWAR UNIVERSITY, MULLANA-AMBALA


(Deemed University established under Section 3 of the UGC Act, 1956)

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Established under the aegis of the Maharishi Markandeshwar University Trust (erstwhile
reputed Maharishi Markandeshwar Education Trust), the Maharishi Markandeshwar
University, Mullana is ideally located in the tapobhoomi of Maharishi Markandeya in the
river bed of sacred Markanda. Under the stewardship of its founder President and Chancellor
of the University Shri Tarsem Garg, an eminent public figure, the Trust has scaled new heights
with tremendous achievements. Beginning with the establishment of the first self financing
Engineering College in private sector in the region of north India in 1995, its institutions of
Engineering & Technology, Medical Sciences, Dental Sciences, Physiotherapy, Nursing,
Pharmaceutical Sciences, Business Management, Computer Technology, Hotel Management,
Law, etc. have acquired the present status by continuously adding under graduates and post
graduates programmes areas in recognition of which in June 2007 the following MM
Institutions were conferred with the Deemed to be University status by the Ministry of Human
Resource Development under Section 3 of the UGC Act, 1956 in the name and style of the
Maharishi Markandeshwar University, Mullana-Ambala as per its letter No.F.9-65/2006-U.3
(A) dated 12-6-2007 with the addition of the Department for Law at a later stage with
approval of the concerned Regulating Council:
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MM Engineering College, Mullana-Ambala


MM Institute of Computer Technology & Business Management (MCA), MullanaAmbala
MM College of Dental Sciences & Research, Mullana-Ambala
MM Institute of Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation, Mullana-Ambala
MM Institute of Computer Technology & Business Management
(Hotel Management), Mullana-Ambala
MM Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, Mullana-Ambala
MM Institute of Management, Mullana-Ambala
MM College of Nursing, Mullana-Ambala
MM College of Pharmacy, Mullana-Ambala
MM Institute of Nursing, Mullana-Ambala

Other institutions established by the Trust include MM College of Education, MM


International School, MM School of Nursing & Midwifery at Mullana itself and MM Group of
Institutions at Ramba-Karnal besides another University in Himachal Pradesh at Solan and yet
another University at Sadopur in Ambala established under the provisions of the Private
Universities Act of the respective State. The Trust feels great pride in putting on record that it
has the privilege of establishing the first Engineering College, first Medical College and first
Deemed University in private sector in Haryana and also first Self Financing Medical College
in Himachal Pradesh.
The MM University campus at Mullana comprises independent buildings of various
MM Institutes; fifteen hostels (8 for boys, 7 for girls), five of which are centrally airconditioned, with accommodation for about 6000 students; 830-beded MM Medical College
Hospital, with latest facilities of CT-SCAN, MRI, ultra modern OTs, Blood Bank, Pathological

Labs, in addition to other facilities including 1.5 Tesla MRI and 128 Slice MDLT advanced
Software for angiography and imaging procured at a cost of Rs.8.87 crore; residential
sector for about 300 faculty and administrative staff; shopping centers; branches of the State
Bank of India and Oriental Bank of Commerce with ATM facilities; Cafeteria; Post Office;
transport service with 40 AC/Delux Buses for staff and students coming from nearby
surrounding areas; Petrol outlet; Wi-Fi Campus with backbone of optic fibre line with 145
mbps connectivity; examination halls; auditorium; modern lecture-theatres duly fitted with
OHPs and LCDs; own civic facilities like water supply, sewerage, electrification backed by
high-powered soundless generators of 3500 KVA to ensure uninterrupted power supply to
facilitate teaching-learning process and Intercom system connecting all the offices, institutions,
Hostels, Residences in the University to facilitates free flow of communication apart from
transport facilities of its own. All the MM institutions have well-equipped modern Labs with
latest equipments, besides about sixty computer Labs with about 2700 PCs and a number of
licenced software required for labs of each of the Institutes apart from those required for use in
maintenance of accounts, examination results, etc. in the administrative offices of the
University.
Vision: To prepare students with an integrated and technology oriented education for a better
Career and to be worthy citizens of a global society.
Mission: To develop better than the best professionals for the economic development of the
country.
The University strives to achieve the following:

To contribute to the advancement of knowledge through teaching, research,


publications and dissemination.
To provide leadership in higher education by imparting quality and socially
relevant knowledge.
To make our education relevant and excellent.
To promote educational programmes in the disciplines of Engineering &
Technology, Medical, Dental, Nursing, Physiotherapy, Pharmacy,
Management, etc. with synergistic interaction with society and industry.
To develop aptitude and skills of students to equip them to face the challenges
and needs of a fast growing society.

The University has taken a number of steps to promote quality in the present global
competitive environment. An executive summary of the report is presented as follows:
1.

Curricular Aspects
The University follows a systematic process and provides complete autonomy to its
constituent Institutes and the departments for designing and development of the
curricula. The University has evolved a well-defined system of designing and updating
Course Curricula for various academic programmes with the active participation of all
stakeholders including industry and academia. For designing and development of
course curricula, model Curriculum of UGC and other academic bodies, wherever
available, and needs of the industry and respective profession are taken into
consideration. Industry experts and academicians constitute Boards of Studies (BOS)
who frame and update Course Curricula of academic programmes. The curricula of
various courses offered by the departments of the University are first considered in the

respective Departmental Committees and then in Board of Studies. There are normally
two expert members in each of the Board of Studies from outside the University.
Thereafter, it is deliberated in the meeting of the Faculty and then the
recommendations of Board of Studies/Faculty are placed before the Academic Council,
where the Course Curriculum is thoroughly deliberated and finally approved.
The University is currently offering 142 UG & PG Programmes including research
degree programme of Ph.D. in 22 disciplines in its abovementioned constituent
Institutes classified in faculties of Engineering & Technology, Medical Science, Dental
Science, Management, Law and Pharmacy for coordinated teaching in particular and
effective governance in general. The programmes include 27 UG, 75 PG, 03 integrated
Masters, 02 certificate, 08 Diploma, 05 PG Diploma and 22 Ph.D programmes in the
areas of Engineering & Technology, Medical Science, Dental Science, Nursing,
Physiotherapy, Hotel Management, Management, Pharmacy and Law. All the
programmes are open for foreign students as well. The admissions of foreign students
are made on merit based on score of qualifying examination. Two Hostels for boys and
girls are reserved specifically for foreign students. Extra facilities as per the
instructions of the UGC/MHRD are created for the foreign students.
The review and up-gradation of course curricula of various Programmes in different
departments of the university are done periodically depending upon the feedback from
the stakeholders and need of the students to make it socially relevant, job oriented and
knowledge intensive.
2. Teaching-Learning and Evaluation:
The University has an Interval Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) that meets
periodically to discuss issues regarding teaching-learning and evaluation. The
University widely publicizes the admission procedure in leading regional and national
newspapers and also hosted on University website (mmumullana.org) and maintains
full transparency in the admission process adopted for all of the academic programmes.
Other modes of publicity of admission process include electronic media, participation
in educational exhibitions in the country and abroad and advertisements in leading
magazines of the country. University Prospectus with complete Hand-book of
Information containing full details on eligibility criterion, admission process fee
structure etc. of all the courses is brought out every year before the start of the new
session for admission and also hosted on the University website. Admission to all the
courses are made in a fair and transparent manner from the day one of notification till
the end of admissions process. For admission several criteria as mentioned below are
adopted:
i.

M. Phil through entrance and NET, GATE, SLET qualified candidates are
exempted from the entrance test for admission to Ph.D programme as per
UGC guidelines.

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Admission to MBBS/BDS/MD/MS/PG Diploma (Medical)/ MDS/M.Sc.


(Nursing)/Ph.D courses are made on the basis of merit of entrance tests, which
in the case of Ph.D. are followed by interviews.

iii. Admission to B.Tech/M.Tech/MBA/M.Pharma courses, are made through JEE


(main)/GATE/MAT/GPAD/merit of qualifying examinations.
iv. Admission to the remaining courses are made on the basis of merit of the
qualifying examinations for which the candidates are called for counseling as

per published schedule for on the spot admissions in a fair and transparent
manner.
The University follows an academic calendar and departments prepare teaching
schedule (Lecture plan, Tutorial plan) and assessment blue prints accordingly.
University focuses on student-centric learning by organizing seminars, group
discussions and case studies etc. Practical work, assignments, field visits, internship,
live projects in industries, industrial learning, in-house training, survey camps, power
point presentations and other ICT based programmes are regular feature of curriculum.
Open secured resources are used from various public websites, virtual libraries and eJournals/books.
Faculty is key for maintaining academic standards of teaching-learning process. Out of
752 regular teaching faculty, 137 are Ph.D. holders, 10 M. Phil and 605 with PG
qualifications, apart from other academic staff numbering 380. In the case of Faculty
for the courses of Medical stream, Masters degree in relevant discipline is the highest
qualification as per norms of the respective regulatory councils. About 107 faculty
members have also been pursuing research for their Ph.D. at different universities. The
University encourages the faculty for participation in FDP, Workshops, Conferences,
Seminars, etc. and facilitates academic leave study leave and sabbatical leave to enable
them to enhance their academic and research capabilities. The teachers also undertakes
Research Projects consultancy assignments for their academic growth. In nut shell,
teaching staff is adequate and capable of maintaining high academic standards in
teaching-learning process and to meet all academic/intellectual challenges and, thus,
the University adequately plan and manage its need of human resources to meet the
requirements of fast changing curricula.
While the University follows the Annual System of examination for the course of
medical streams as per norms of the respective Regulating Councils, in the case of
other courses Semester system with Credit Based Evaluation system is followed where
the performance of students is assessed in two modes:
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Continuous evaluation where the performance is assessed regularly


throughout the academic session through sessional tests, assignments, etc.
Through the University examination at the end of the Semester.

University has taken several steps to ensure transparency and confidentiality in


evaluation process. Few measures taken includes
Masking of roll number, coding and decoding of answer books, cross checking of
marks etc. re-evaluation and re-totaling are the two methods to address the students
grievances. Examinations are held as scheduled without any disturbance and walkout,
etc. and results are computerized and declared in time maintaining full secrecy and
credibility of the examination system. The Convocation of the University for the
award of Degrees to the successful candidates are held regularly every year.
3. Research, Consultancy and Extension:
Ph.D. Programmes are conducted in accordance with the provisions of the Ordinances
for Ph.D. framed and updated strictly in accordance with the UGC Regulations of 2009
with the approval of the Academic Council and the Board of Management of the
University.

For selection of Research Students for Ph.D. Programme following the UGC
Regulations of 2009, a rigorous process has been adopted which include All India
Entrance Tests followed by interview by the Departmental Research Committee
(DRC).
Qualifying in Course Work of one Semesters duration is mandatory for Research
Programme of Ph.D. Progress of the Research Students is reviewed and monitored by
the DRC periodically. Open defense of viva, presentation of pre-submission Seminar,
publication of at least one Research Paper in peer-reviewed journals, Evaluation of
Ph.D. thesis by two Examiners; appointment of at least one Examiner from other
States/other countries have been incorporated and in many cases Examiners have also
been appointed from foreign countries like USA, Australia, England, Italy, Singapore,
Canada, Oman, Taiwan, etc. The University has also signed MOU with INFLIBNET
for uploading the approved Theses on its website Shodhganga. Out of the total 421
students registered for Ph.D. in 22 disciplines, 78 Research students have completed
their Ph.D. Besides 60 Faculty Members have completed their Ph.D. from different
universities during the service of this university.
University has a dedicated team of well qualified faculty members engaged in teaching
and research activities. Total number of papers published by the faculty in peer
reviewed journals during the last four years comes to 3995 out of which 1088 are listed
in International data bases like SCOPUS, PUBMED, etc. Average Citation Index
(SCOPUS) value of the faculty is 6.07 with citation range from 1-147. Besides this
faculty have published 104 text books during this period. The faculty of the University
is actively involved in the research work and has not only produced quality
publications but the H-Index of the University has also gone to 19 till date.
The university offers consultancy services in the diversified fields of Engineering,
Management, Pharmaceuticals, etc. Consultancy services have been provided by the
University in the areas of material testing, soil testing and load bearing investigations,
structural design, transportation and Highway Engineering, Hydraulics Engineering,
Tribology, System design, analysis and performance analysis, Financial solutions and
financial analysis, Diabetes and its complications, Antiarthritic activity and acute and
sub-acute toxicity studies, Formulation and development, Calibration of tray dryer and
tablet coating pans, Stability studies and Troubleshooting for camylofin
dihydrochloride, etc. The revenue generated through consultancy during the last four
years 2011 to 2015 comes to Rs.1,76,18,952/-.
Out of 57 Patents filed by the faculty of the University, 23 have been published and 2
have been awarded. Similarly total number of copyrights filed is 76 out of which 7
have been awarded. Out of 23 Research Projects amounting to Rs.2,37,66,141
sanctioned by various funding agencies (AICTE, DST, ICMR, SERB, etc.), 13
Research Projects have been completed. In addition, the University has also been
sanctioned grant to the tune of Rs.1,89,26,251 by various funding agencies for
organizing various programme like FDP, training programme workshops,
conferences, etc. in the university and for other academic purposes:
M. M. University trust has been recognized as SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL
RESEARCH ORGONIZATION (SIRO) by the Department of Scientific and
Industrial Research (DSIR), Govt. of India, New Delhi vide its letter number
F.No.11/553/2011-TU-V dated 29-3-2012 and renewed upto 31-3-2017 vide its letter
No. 11/553/2011-TU-V dated 5-6-2014.

A number of faculty members of the University have been decorated with awards and
honours by distinguished institutions and incited to act as Guest Editors for editing
special issues of reputed international Journals published abroad.

4. Infrastructure and Learning Resources:


The infrastructure support and learning resources of the University are excellent and
adequate to meet the various requirements of teaching-learning and research activities.
University has an environmental friendly campus spread over an area of 133 acres with
3,29,730 square meters build up area. The various building infrastructural facilities on
campus include: 13 teaching blocks, 8 boys hostels, 7 girls hostels, Institutewise
libraries in each building, research labs in every department, Administrative block,
sports complex for indoor games, 3-star hotel cum resorts for visitors, one auditorium
with seating capacity of 1500, 47 seminars halls, 08 conference halls, 302 residences
for faculty and staff, 2 shopping complex, Open Air Theatre, Post Office, 2 Banks with
ATM, 2 Animal Houses, Waste Management plant and play grounds with all sports
facilities. Sports facilities in the campus include 4 Basket ball court, 9 Badminton
court, 1 Cricket ground, 3 Football, 1 Hand ball ground, 6 Volleyball ground and 2
Squash Court, etc.
A 24X7 working 830 bedded hospital in campus takes care of students and staff. The
University has been augmenting its infrastructure and learning resources to keep pace
with the advancement in technology. All the departments are well equipped with the
state-of-the-art scientific apparatus. All departments are equipped with computers,
peripherals, internet connectivity, propriety softwares and browsing facility. About
2700 computers with latest configuration have been provided to the different
departments for teaching and research.
Total investment on the equipments of the different labs is approx.

Rs 130.48 crore

All the institutions have their own libraries with 6754.9 Square build up area and 1574
seating capacity. The University has well stacked Libraries with rich collection of
1,64,720 books, 740 national and international Print journals, 6855 e-journals, audiovisual resources of NPTEL, 5801 CDs/DVDs, and 9232 back volumes in addition to
database of INFLIBNET, EBSCO-Management, EBSCO-Dentistry, LWW Cluster
Collection, IEEE, ASME, ASCE, Elsevier Animal Simulator, BENTHAM Science,
DELNET, Gale InfoTrac Medical Collection, Springer, MC Graw Hill, J-Gate
JET, ASTM Digital Library, J-Gate Management Science, RMIT (Informit
Business Collections), UGC Infonet: JSTOR, N-List, EBSCO (Hotel Management)
DELNET, etc. AIR-Supreme Court Database 1950-2011, AIR-High Court Database
1950-2011, Criminal Law Journal Database 1950-2011, AIR Privy Council Database
1914, AIR Online Institutional Version, AIR Manual latest Edition and others like
NPTEL video courses, Turnitin Plagiarism Software, etc. Total investment on library
holding is Rs.11.58 crores.

The University follows the procedure of quality assurance for maintenance of all the
equipments, services and facilities.
There is full-fledged Construction/Maintenance section headed by an Executive
Engineer for construction and maintenance of physical infrastructure. The Engineers

are supported by Supervisory staff with their teams of skilled carpenters, plumbers,
electricians, welders, etc.
The University is also having in-house maintenance section under UIITM cell with
University Scientific Instrumentation Centre (USIC) for regular maintenance of
electrical appliance, lab equipments/air conditioners/Computers and printers etc. All
the requisitions of maintenance are responded instantaneously on the receipt of a phone
call or maintenance indent received from the corresponding department/section.
The university has housekeeping staff (gents and ladies) for the cleaning of buildings
and roads. The University has green landscape, lawns, flower beds, pots and trees
which are maintained by Horticulture Department comprising of horticulturist and
supporting staff.
The University has also hired private security personnel for 24x7 round-the-year
security of the campus headed by a retired officer of the rank of Superintendent of
Police. These security personnel are responsible for security of hostel premises,
administrative buildings and other key assets in the campus. In addition CCTV
Cameras have also been installed at strategic points in the University. On account of
the strict vigil of the security personnel and alertness of the Anti-Ragging Committee,
the University Campus has all through been a ragging free campus without any trouble.
5. Student Support and Progression
The University currently has strength of about 7600 student out of which 2006 have
been enrolled in the current academic year. In the current academic year, 850 students
are from the outside the state/country which is a fairly good number of students from
other states/country.
University has a very strong student mentoring support system at the department where
a teacher mentor is assigned to a group of 20 students. Head of department deliberates
with the Teacher Mentor on the issues related to the regular conduct of the classes,
student grievances, and special needs of the students or anyother related problem, etc.
Teacher mentors provide the counseling and guidance to the students of their respective
group. Apart from their career related queries, their personal problems are also
addressed by them. Mentors also provide the information about the performance and
activities of the students to their parents on regular basis and also interact with them.
The working of the student support and mentoring are reviewed by the IQAC, Dean
Students Welfare, Anti-ragging Committee, Training and Placement Cell, Health
Centre, Language Lab and Grievance Redressal Cell from time to time.
University has centralized Training and Placement Cell to take care about the training
& placement of the students. The Placement Cell is well equipped with resources to
execute the placement activities. Arrangement of pre-mock-test and task, written test,
personal interview and industrial tours and trainings are ensured by the Training &
Placement Cell. The Training & Placement Cell keeps liaison with potential industries
and provide guidance to the students to prepare them for placement drives accordingly.
Cell facilitates arranging On campus placements of students in various industries and
also helps students in attending off-campus drives.
6. Governance and Leadership

University has well defined, systematic, gender-sensitive and democratic mechanism


for governance and leadership. The vision, mission and objectives of the University are
displayed on prominent places in the University for the Information of all the
stakeholders. The rule of law prevails in the system and provisions of the Act, Statutes
and Ordinances are strictly followed.
The University has a culture of strong transformational leadership that spearheads
management system development, implementation and constant amelioration. It is
worth noting that at the highest level, the University leadership comprises of
distinguished leaders in academia, research and administration.
As the founder and Chancellor, Dr. Tarsem Garg brought in a distinctive era in
education in the region through this University and its institutions and has since been
selflessly serving the society by giving the nation a myriad professionals who have
long been working towards nation development in different walks of life.
Vice Chancellor forms the highest embodiment of Academic Leadership and is
responsible for all the three aforementioned aspects of the University management
system that ensures smooth functioning of all university affairs. He is exofficio
Chairman of University bodies of the Board of Management, Academci Council,
Planning & Monitoring Board and Finance Committee. The next rung down the
leadership ladder comprises of Registrar, Deans, Directors, Principals, and Heads of
departments. The Registrar is the exofficio Secretary of the above Bodies of the
University. Higher qualified and eminent persons are nominated in University Bodies,
meetings of which are held regularly.
Each Department has a Board of Studies (BoS) that constantly looks into academic and
administrative aspects within the ambit of respective departments immediate and longterm interests. The recommendations thus emerging are taken up to and addressed by
the respective Faculties and the Academic Council. The Academic Council then
forwards its recommendations to the Board of Management (BoM), which forms the
supreme body that is bestowed with powers to make final decisions. This multi-stage
and scrupulous decision making process ensures better quality and lasting decisions.
Moreover, this multi-stage decision making process entails reciprocal interaction
between the other supplementary bodies such as Finance Committee and the Planning
and Monitoring Board that can develop and forward their recommendations directly to
the Board of Management or through the Academic Council.
Additionally, the University has in place a strong Internal Quality Assurance Cell
(IQAC) that well complements the aforementioned policy-forming process.
The University identifies following parties as its absolutely valued stakeholders: (A)
Students; (B) Parents; (C) Faculty and staff members; (D) Alumni (E) The Industry;
and (F) The society and the Nation at large.
Stakeholders have immediate and direct access to all tiers of leadership.
Orientation program marks the start of interaction with students and continues through
each stage of their professional life until they become leaders in their respective fields.
The Leaderships interaction with students is characterised by the following elements:
(a) Easy and direct access to the Leadership;
(b) Interaction of mentors with individual student that addresses all aspects of
students professional life;

(c) Interaction that also has university, societal and nation building elements in it;
(d) Formal and informal student feedback;
(e) Suggestions received from students through suggestion boxes available in
every building;
(f) Student Welfare Department ensuring continued interaction with students and
paying heed to their problems on a daily basis.
Parents are interacted with at the time of admission, as well as being kept abreast with
students academic development at regular intervals of time, in person or on phone as
well as through departmental correspondence. Further, there is also a system of having
parents feedback on various issues.
Furthermore, the University is aware of the widening gap between the academia and
the industry and being a lacuna in national development and a challenge in student
training. Towards bridging this gap the University from time to time creates and
sustains formal relationships with the Industry through myriad initiatives at the
interface of academia and industrywith direct participation of students. Such
activities at the University are exemplified by Management Development Programs
(MDP), Industry Research Projects (IRP), conclaves, and campus placements, while
also involving from time to time industry experts to interact with students. Also, there
is a well-developed system of regular meetings of the faculty and staff with Principals
and HODs.
The University Leadership sets the tone on all levels for comprehensive endeavours
and progress toward excellence in every segment. The efforts of the Leadership in
creating and sustaining a strong culture of excellence is regularly reflected in
institutions as well as faculty members at the University winning awards of excellence
from time to time. The Leadership, through direct and constant interaction with
stakeholders (especially students and faculty members) and through policy making and
reforms ensures steady progress towards excellence. The Leadership also motivates
students and faculty members to work towards excellence and rewards excellence in
their work. Excellence in teaching and research form the chief areas for inculcating and
reinforcing a culture of excellence, with these two areas guiding excellence in all other
University affairs. Students work closely with faculty members and are often their
partners in research. Students are encouraged and provided assistance for presenting
their works and participating in conferences, symposia, seminars and colloquiums, etc.
The Leadership motivates faculty members for excellence in teaching and research.
The IQAC and Academic Audit System undertake a comprehensive quality analysis in
teaching and research through regular academic audits, Faculty Development schemes,
progress in students learning outcomes, and student feedbacks.
The Leadership, guided by Universitys Vision and Mission, creates policies conducive
to identifying organisational needs and ways of working towards meeting the same
with excellence. The Leadership also creates a reciprocal culture of mentorship and
regular in-depth feedback from all stakeholders. This feedback forms the second
element in identifying organisational needs. As a third element in the process, the
Leadership ensures happening of and duly looks into outcomes of individual
department faculty meetings
Academic Leadership is provided by the Vice Chancellor and is supported by
Directors, Principals, Deans and Head of Departments. They take care of all activities
at the level of University and faculty. The Directors/Principals give advice, directions
and support to the Heads of various Departments and they in-turn guide their teaching

and non-teaching colleagues. Various issues are taken up at the Departmental level in
their meetings of Departmental Committees and Board of Studies chaired by the HOD.
The decisions taken at the level of faculty and Department Head in their Departmental
Committees and Boards of Studies meetings are taken up in the meetings of the faculty
chaired by the concerned Dean of Faculty before taking up at the highest level of the
Academic Council and necessary action is taken accordingly. In this manner any
Department or faculty can come up with suggestion and they will be addressed.
Similarly for all administrative matters any teacher or employee can take the matter to
the Director through his Departmental Head which receives the due attention from the
Administration.
Further, the University has other units like examination, accounts, library and
administration, which are headed by Controller of Examination, Finance Officer, Chief
Librarian and Registrar respectively. They are further supported by Deputy/Asst.
Registrars, office Supdt. and other secretarial staff.
7. Innovative and Best Practices
Some of the innovations and best practices followed in the University include: Choice
Based Credit System, representation of industrial experts in Board of Studies,
introduction of communication skills/technical seminar in the curriculum, regularly
conducting Faculty Development Programme (FDPs) maximum utilization of ICT
facilities in learning and governance, providing travel grants for faculty, research
fellowship, prohibiting smoking and making smoke free campus and maintaining the
echo-friendly green campus.
The University has developed a web based ERP and Bio-Metric system information
portal which is managed by in-house IT team. The services cover the entire salary of
employees, student enrolment, academic activities related to the collection of
attendance of students in class and internal assessment marks.
Choice based credit System (CBCS) is introduced which helps the students to choose
subjects of their choice by following the CBCS guidelines. Fast/slow learners are able
to take more/less number of credits in a semester based on their intellectual capacity.
The mentoring of each student under the care of a Mentor include monitoring of
students performance at academic performance, participation in extracurricular/sports
activities, competitions, academic events, extension activities, placement, value
inculcation, etc. required for support for further growth or initiating correction for each
student. One mentor is assigned for 20 students and this systems works very well.
Focus is given to improve the quality of education and evaluation. The faculty are
encouraged and sponsored to attend various seminars/conferences held in different
Universities/Institutions across the country or abroad so as to inculcate the best
practices in education and for their self-development.
The University conducts internal Academic Audit every six months to verify whether
quality managements system conform to the quality plan and to determine that it is
effectively implemented and maintained. The scope covers all activities of the quality
system affecting quality of instruction.

The University has a Performance Incentive Scheme for its entire faculty. The four key
result areas identified for improvement include: teaching quality; professional/career
development of teachers; relation building with industry, alumni and community and
conduct of other co-curricular and extra-curricular activities of students.
Best Pactice-1: Mentoring System:
Mentoring system is to establish a trusting relationship with accountability and
responsibility between the mentor and mentee. It Provides counselling and guidance to
the mentees regarding their career related queries and their personal problems and to
overcome their grievances. Mentors apprise the mentees about the procedure, schemes,
facilities scholarships/freeships available and also motivate the mentees to take part in
extra co-curricular activities.
Our mentoring program provides an opportunity to mentees to share their problems and
also put their suggestions and to mentors to help the future professionals with proper
guidance. Mentor counsel the mentees one to one and assist them with career
exploration, project critiques, and skill building, based on mentees needs and interests.
The program begins each Semester with a Mentor-mentees allocation and counseling
session which provides an opportunity to the student and mentor to meet and interact
for the first time. During the semester, mentees share their academic as well as personal
problems with their respective mentor from time-to-time. Mentor also communicates
with the parents/Guardians regarding the progress telephonically to make them aware
about the performance of their wards once in a month. Mentor also dispatched the
progress report to the parents of each mentee regarding ones attendance record and
performance in sessional examination.
Evidence of Success:

Enhances confidence and offers challenges to set higher goals.

Individual recognition and encouragement.

Access to a support system during critical stages of academic and career


development.

Exposure to diverse perspectives and experiences.

Best Practices-II: Pre-placement Online Mock-Test Series


The main goal of the practice is to transform the students into well qualified
professional through the committed pattern of instruction and well-designed
curriculum. This best practice helps the students to become ready for placement drives
with confidence and hence a step towards the enhanced employability. The Mock-Test
Series is helped to reduce the pressure on the students at the time of campus placement
drives, as the students will have to sit for multiple tests throughout the year, thereby
decreases the accumulated stress of placement drives in the students. Their skills are
sharpened and chiseled keeping in view the patterns of the placement drives. They are
given question bank prepared by the expert faculty. This has helped them to attain their
targets in a better way.
The Mock-Test Series is implemented to evaluate the skills of students in a subject and
to make them know how much they have been through. The students get a wealth of

valuable guidance and feedback from the teachers on regular basis. The Institute
ensures that the students are provided with the questions framed by the experienced
faculty of the institute.
Evidence of Success: Students learn through a process of trial and error and
examinations, which are an important part of learning process for students, the
feedback on their performance has greatly contributed to their progress down the line.

Profile of the University


1. Name and Address of the University:
Name:

Maharishi Markandeshwar University

Address:

Village Mullana, Tehsil Barara, Distt-Ambala.

City: Ambala

Pin: 133207

Website:

www.mmumullana.org

State: Haryana

2. For communication:

Designation

Name

Telephone

Vice Chancellor

Dr. S.G. Damle

Registrar

Dr.
H.K.Sharma

O: 01731
304524
R : 0172-2624806
O: 01731-304440
R : 0171-2550404

Steering Committee/
IQAC Co-ordinator

Dr.
H.K.Sharma

O: 01731-304440
R : 0171-2550404

Mobile

Fax

Email

09729062515

01731274325

Vice-chancellor@mmumullana.org

08059932404

01731274375

registrarmmu@mmumullana.org

08059932404

01731274375

registrarmmu@mmumullana.org

3. Status of the University:


State University

State Private University


Central University

University under Section 3 of UGC (Deemed University)

Institution of National Importance


Any other (please specify)
4. Type of University:
Unitary
Affiliating

5.

Source of funding:
Central Government
State Government
Self-financing

Any other (please specify)


6. a. Date of establishment of the university: 12.06.2007 (dd/mm/yyyy)
b. Prior to the establishment of the university, was it a/an
PG Centre
i.
Yes
No
Affiliated College
Yes
No
ii.
Yes
No
iii. Constituent College
Yes
No
iv. Autonomous College
Any other (please specify)

v.
If yes, give the date of establishment: May, 1995(dd/mm/yyyy)
7. Date of recognition as a university by UGC or any other national agency:
Under Section
i. 2f of UGC*
ii. 12B of UGC *
iii. 3 of UGC #

dd

mm

yyyy

Remarks

12

06

2007

Copies of Notifications issued by


MHRD/UGC are enclosed at A-1

iv. Any other ^


(specify)

*Enclose certificate of recognition.


#Enclose notification of MHRD and UGC for all courses / programmes / campus/
campuses.
^ Enclose certificate of recognition by any other national agency/agencies, if any.
8. Has the university been recognized
a. By UGC as a University with Potential for Excellence?
Yes
No

If yes, date of recognition: __________(dd/mm/yyyy)


b. For its performance by any other governmental agency?
Yes
No

If yes, Name of the agency and


date of recognition: (dd/mm/yyyy)
9. Does the university have off-campus centres?
Yes
No

If yes, date of establishment:


date of recognition : N.A.

N.A.

(dd/mm/yyyy)

(dd/mm/yyyy)

10. Does the university have off-shore campuses?

Yes

No

If yes, date of establishment :

N.A.

date of recognition : : N.A.

(dd/mm/yyyy)

(dd/mm/yyyy)

11. Location of the campus and area:


Location *
i. Main campus area

Rural

Campus area in
acres
133 acres

Built-up area
insq.mts.
3,29,730 sqm

ii. Other campuses


in the country
iii. Campuses abroad
(* Urban, Semi-Urban, Rural, Tribal, Hilly Area, Any other (please specify)
If the university has more than one campus, it may submit a consolidated selfstudy report reflecting the activities of all the campuses.
12. Provide information on the following: In case of multi-campus University, please
provide campus-wise information.

Auditorium/seminar complex with infrastructural facilities


Auditorium
Seminars Hall
Conference Hall

Available
Available
Available

01
47
08

Sports facilities
* Playground

Available

03

Gymnasium

Available

01

Available

02

Any other (please specify)


Basketball Court
(one indoor, three outdoor)

Available

04

Badminton Court
(06 courts in Hostels, 3 outdoor)

Available

09

Cricket Ground

Available

01

Football Ground

Available

03

Swimming pool

Handball Ground

Available

01

Volleyball Ground

Available

06

Available

02

Available

01

Available

01

Squash Court
Table Tennis Hall
Yoga Hall
Hostel

* Boys hostel
i.
Number of hostels
ii. Number of inmates
iii. Facilities

8
2255
Yes

(TV Room, Gym, Broadband connectivity, Wi-fi facilities)

Girls hostel
i.
Number of hostels
ii. Number of inmates
Iii. Facilities

7
1946
Yes

(TV Room, Gym, Broadband connectivity, Wi-fi facilities)

Working womens hostel

i.

Number of hostels

ii.
iii.

Number of inmates
Facilities

Residential facilities for faculty and non-teaching


Faculty
224

Available

78

Available

48 Rooms

Non-teaching

Other facilities
Guest Houses

Health centre Nature of facilities available inpatient, outpatient,


ambulance, emergency care facility, etc.

ealth centre Multispecialty medical college hospital with in-patient and


outpatient facilities of all specialities and super specialities available. BLS & ALS
Ambulances are available. Emergency and Critical Care facilities are available.

Facilities like banking, post office, book shops, etc.


Banks
Available

02

ATM

Available

04

Post office

Available

01
03

Available

Book Shops
OthersTransport facilities to cater to the needs of the students

13.

and staff

Available

Facilities for persons with disabilities

Available

Animal house

Available

02

Incinerator for laboratories

Available

01

Power house

Available

01

Waste management facility

Available

40 Buses

Number of institutions affiliated to the university (constituent colleges)


Type of colleges
Arts,
Science
and
Commerce
Law (Dept., MMU)
Medicine
Engineering
Education
Management
Others
(specify
and
provide
details)
Pharmacy,
Hotel Mgt.,
Computer Applications

Total
-

Permanent
-

Temporary
-

1
5
1
1

1
5
1
1

1
1
1

1
1
1

14. Does the University Act provide for conferment of autonomy (as recognized by
the UGC) to its affiliated institutions? If yes, give the number of autonomous
colleges under the jurisdiction of the University.
Yes

No

Numbers

15. Furnish the following information:


Particulars
a. University Departments

Undergraduate
Post graduate
Research centres on the campus
b. Constituent colleges
Undergraduate
Post graduate
Research

Number

Number of
Students

01
-

326
-

10

5498
1416
342

c. Affiliated colleges
d. Colleges under 2(f)
e. Colleges under 2(f) and 12 (B)
f. NAAC accredited colleges
g. Colleges with Potential for Excellence (UGC)
h. Autonomous colleges
i. Colleges with Postgraduate Departments
j. Colleges with Research Departments
k. University
recognized
Research
Institutes/Centres

Nil
09
07

16. Does the university conform to the specification of Degrees as enlisted by the UGC?
Yes
No

If the university uses any other nomenclatures, please specify.


17.

Academic programmes offered by the university departments at present, under the


following categories: (Enclose the list of academic programmes offered)
Programmes
UG
PG
Integrated Masters
M.Phil.
Ph.D.
Integrated Ph.D.
Certificate
Diploma
PG Diploma
Any other (please specify)

18.

Total

Number of working days during the last academic year.


MEDICAL

19.

Number
27
75
03
22
02
08
05
142

299

TECHNICAL

247

Number of teaching days during the past four academic years.


2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

MEDICAL

209

208

210

214

TECHNICAL

180

182

181

183

(Teaching days means days on which classes were engaged. Examination days
are not to be included)

20.

Does the university have a department of Teacher Education?


Yes

No

If yes,
a. Year of establishment :

N.A.

(dd/mm/yyyy)

b. NCTE recognition details (if applicable) Notification


No.:
Date: (dd/mm/yyyy)
c.

Is the department opting for assessment and accreditation separately?


Yes

No

21. Does the university have a teaching department of Physical Education?


Yes

No

No. there is no teaching Department of Physical education, but University


has Sport Department to look after the sports activities.
If yes,
a. Year of establishment (dd/mm/yyyy)
b. NCTE recognition details (if applicable) Notification
No.:
Date: (dd/mm/yyyy)
c.
22.

Is the department opting for assessment and accreditation separately?


Yes
No

In the case of Private and Deemed Universities, please indicate whether


professional programmes are being offered?
Yes

No

If yes, please enclose approval / recognition details issued by the statutory body
governing the programme.
Please refer to Annexure A-2
23.

Has the university been reviewed by any regulatory authority? If so, furnish a
copy of the report and action taken there upon.
Yes, by NAAC in April, 2010 but result not notified as yet.

24.

Number of positions in the university


Positions
Teaching faculty
Professor Associate Assistant
Professor Professor
Sanctioned by the
UGC/University/State
Government
Recruited
177
163
412

Nonteaching
Staff

Technical
Staff

320
+ 375

896

Yet to recruit
Number of persons
working on contract
basis

25. Qualifications of the teaching staff


Highest
qualification

Professor

Associate
Professor

Assistant
Professor

Total

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

47
85

17
28

24
68

17
54

19
3
216

13
7
154

Permanent teachers
D.Sc./D.Litt.
Ph.D.
M.Phil.
PG
Temporary teachers
Ph.D.
M.Phil.
PG
Part-time teachers
Ph.D.
M.Phil.
PG

137
10
605

26. Emeritus, Adjunct and Visiting Professors.


Number

Emeritus
09

Adjunct
-

27. Chairs instituted by the university:


School/Department

Chairs
-

Visiting
48

28.

Students enrolled in the university departments during the current academic


year, with the following details:

Students

UG

PG

Integrated
Masters
M
F

M.Phil

Ph.D

Integrated
Ph.D
M F

D.Litt,/
D.Sc

Certificate

Diploma

PG
Diploma

From the
state where
the
University
is located

404

242

156

275

06

10

10

06

33

05

04

04

From other
states of
India

307

251

95

110

15

08

12

01

03

02

NRI
students

07

04

02

02

Foreign
students

13

11

05

01

02

Total

731

508

258

387

06

10

25

14

46

08

07

06

*M - Male *F - Female
29.

Unit cost of education


(Unit cost = total annual recurring expenditure (actual) divided by total number
of students enrolled)
(a) including the salary component = Rs. 1.77 lacs
(b) excluding the salary component = Rs. 0.48 lacs

30.

Academic Staff College


Year of establishment : NA
Number of programmes conducted (with duration)
UGC Orientation

UGC Refresher

Universitys own programmes

31.

Does the university offer Distance Education Programmes (DEP)?


Yes

No

If yes, indicate the number of programmes offered.


Are they recognized by the Distance Education Council?

32.

Does the university have a provision for external registration of


students?
Yes
No
If yes, how many students avail of this provision annually?

33.

Is the university applying for Accreditation or Re-Assessment? If


Accreditation, name the cycle.
Accreditation : Cycle 1

Cycle 2

Cycle 3

Cycle 4

Re-Assessment:
34.

Date of accreditation* (applicable for Cycle 2, Cycle 3, Cycle 4 and reassessment only)
Cycle
1:
N.A
(dd/mm/yyyy),Accreditation
outcome/Result

Cycle
2:

(dd/mm/yyyy),Accreditation outcome/Result Cycle 3:


(dd/mm/yyyy), Accreditation outcome/Result
Cycle
4:
(dd/mm/yyyy),
Accreditation
outcome/Result
*Kindly enclose copy of accreditation certificate(s) and peer team
report(s)

35.

Does the university provide the list of accredited institutions under its
jurisdiction on its website? Provide details of the number of
accredited affiliated / constituent /autonomous colleges under the
university.
Not Applicable.

36.

Date of establishment of Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) and


dates of submission of Annual Quality Assurance Reports (AQAR).
IQAC

AQAR

20.12.2007 (dd/mm/yyyy)
(i)
(ii)

30.09.2011 (dd/mm/yyyy)
30.09.2012 (dd/mm/yyyy)

(iii) 30.09.2013 (dd/mm/yyyy)


(iv) 30.09.2014 (dd/mm/yyyy)

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37.

1.1.1

Any other relevant data, the university would like to include (not
exceeding one page).

How is the institutional vision and mission reflected in the


academic programmes of the University?
Vision:
To prepare students with an integrated and technology oriented
education for a better career and to be worthy citizens of a global
society.
Mission:
To develop better than the best professionals for the economic
development of the country.
University is engaged in imparting quality education. It constantly
strives towards achieving high standards of teaching with an
objective of building a strong bond between the University and all the
stakeholders associated
with it like students, parents, faculty
members, alumni members, sponsors and donors. University does its
best in taking every possible step to disseminate its Vision and Mission
to the fore.
Vision and mission is reflected in the academic programmes through
the following initiatives:
1. Offering courses in all the core and allied Engineering fields,
Medical, Dental, Nursing, Physiotherapy and Management etc.
2. Imparting compulsory practical training and project as an integral
part of curriculum.
3. Framing of syllabus with inputs from all the stakeholders like
students, parents, industry and academia.
4. Departments have the freedom to introduce innovations in the
schemes and the syllabi to keep pace with the scientific and
technological advancements and to achieve the vision and mission
of the University to provide technology oriented education so as to
develop best professional who can contribute in the economic
growth of the country.

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Criteria-wise Analytical Report


1.1.2

Does the university follow a systematic process in the design and


development of the curriculum? If yes, give details of the process
(need assessment, feedback, etc.)
The University offers full flexibility to the Departments for developing
and updating the curricula. The University follows a well established
systematic procedure to design or revise/update the course curricula of
various academic programmes. The course curriculum development
process is achieved through the active participation/involvement of the
industry, academia and the research bodies. The University
systematically designs and develops the curricula through a structured
approach consisting of feedback from the informal discussion amongst
the teachers and students about the curricula strengths and weaknesses,
employability aspects of the course curriculum and the class room
teaching experience. The outcome is transformed into a preliminary
draft by the concerned faculty member, which is further processed to a
final draft by conducting workshops for exhaustive deliberations from
the different stakeholders including industry, alumni and academic
experts.
The final draft is then presented and formally discussed in the Board of
Studies (BOS) constituted at the Department level which consists of
members from the Industry and premier academic institutions along
with the internal faculty members. The guidelines/model curricula of
regulatory bodies UGC/AICTE/MCI/DCI/IAP/INC are given due
consideration in the design and development of the curricula.
The curricula finalised by the BOS are further deliberated in the
meeting of respective Faculty again involving two outside experts. The
recommendations of Board of Studies and Faculties are formally
deliberated, finalised and approved in the Academic Council at the
University level which is chaired by Vice Chancellor of the University
and also contains outside experts.
Assessment of curriculum revision/updating is assessed based on the
feedback on curriculum by faculty based on class room teaching
experience, student feedback on the curriculum, inputs from the
experts from the prestigious Institutions and renowned industries.

1.1.3

How are the following aspects ensured through curriculum design


and development?
EMPLOYABILITY
The University has adopted a highly dynamic approach towards the
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curriculum design; modifying the existing courses and introduction of


new courses in tune with the changing needs of the global market and
industry. The HR managers of various companies are invited to the
college campus to interact at decision making level so that their inputs
are considered in the curriculum development. During the last session
the syllabi of technical courses have been redesigned based on
recommendations of Infosys with the introduction of Information
Technology based courses in all branches of Engineering.
Apart from the curriculum design, employability is also ensured via:

Including programmes/courses that are well accepted in market.

Including the subjects related to cutting edge Technology and


inter-disciplinary areas.

Including projects relevant to industrial problems.

Floating the electives relevant to the current needs.

Including design and practical oriented courses.

By providing practical exposure to the students through training


and practice.

By incorporating special soft skill development programs for


development of core competencies.

Sufficient exposure and training to learn problem solving skills,


development of leadership qualities, team-work ethics and other
such skills.

INNOVATION
Students are motivated to carry out task based learning, live projects,
projects during summer training. Students are regularly exposed to
challenging assignments to develop a sense of creativity, problem
solving and decision making.
Testing, evaluation and assessment processes include task based
learning, projects, summer training/industrial training and internship,
case studies, oral examinations and presentations, writing projects,
portfolios, assignments and others.
The University has recently introduced the courses in the emerging and
latest areas like, biotechnology, nanotechnology, artificial intelligence
and genetic engineering in the various programmes where students
need multifunctional skills and traits.
RESEARCH
Since research is an integral part of the institute progress, so the
University course curricula are designed taking into consideration the
syllabi of NET-JRF (CSIR-UGC),ICMR,GATE and other national
examinations. As per UGC Regulations of Ph.D. of 2009, University
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offers Ph.D. programme in various disciplines with a pre-Ph.D. coursework comprising Research Methodology. Quantitative Methods, etc.
strictly as per norms laid down under the UGC Regulations. After
registration, progress of the Ph.D. students is monitored by the
Departmental Research Committee and they have to deliver minimum
two progressive seminars followed by pre-submission seminar. The
Students are consistently motivated to carry out task based learning,
live projects and challenging assignments to develop a sense of
creativity, problem solving and decision making abilities. To
strengthen the research activities, research labs have been setup in
various departments and some of the existing laboratories have been
upgraded with a financial assistance from the University apart from the
grant received from the outside.
Moreover, most of the PG courses are research oriented in which
students specifically learn and sharpen their research skills through
concentrating on a specific research field. When the students are
exposed to research planning, execution and interpretation of data
obtained which help in developing research acumen in students. During
research projects some novel ideas are generated which could lead to
innovations for any productive process or further research.
1.1.4

To what extent does the university use the guidelines of the


regulatory bodies for developing and/or restructuring the
curricula? Has the university been instrumental in leading any
curricular reform which has created a national impact?
The University follows the UGC/AICTE guidelines including the
recommendations of the UGC Curriculum Committees for developing
or restructuring the curricula. In the case of courses of medical streams,
the curriculum developed by the framed by respective regulating
councils viz. MCI, DCI, INC etc. are followed.
The varied programmes in the University include subjects like Clinical
Research, Training on HIV/AIDS, Environmental Sciences, Basic Life
Supports, Stress Management, Specialized Manual Therapy
Techniques, Psycho-Social Problems, Non-Conventional Energy
Sources, Disaster Management, Cyber Security Issues, Rain Water
Harvesting, etc. which have been designed keeping in view the issues
related to national development.

1.1.5

Does the university interact with industry, research bodies and the
civil society in the curriculum revision process? If so, how has the
university benefitted through interactions with the stakeholders?

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Yes, in the curriculum revision process, the University interacts with


the industry and research bodies in the curriculum development
workshop followed by meeting of Board of Studies (BOS) and faculty
having outside experts both from academia and industry.
The University has thus, benefitted through interactions with the
stakeholders in the following ways:

Renowned experts from the industry, premier academic institutions


and the research bodies are an integral part of the BOS, Faculty and
the Academic Council. Besides participation of the renowned
experts in these academic forums, University also invites visiting
faculty and experts from renowned institutions and research bodies
to enlighten the students. During such visits, feedback on respective
curriculum is harnessed through formal and informal discussions on
the respective curriculum.

Interaction with the industry helped in incorporating the latest


industry trends needing change in the curriculum.

The Alumni association helps in getting the relevant feedback on


University curricula from the students placed in various industries
based on their real exposure to the industrial environment.

The feedback from students and the parents is taken informally the
mentors through a thorough discussion and through the structured
feedback proforma filled by the students on curricula and teaching
methodology.

Students get benefitted for their training and placements through


which they develop a broader horizon and updated knowledge to be
able to actively participate in the curriculum revision process.

Incorporating suggestions and opinions from recruiting companies


and experts, for example, Infosys proposed the inclusion of some
contents in Engineering courses which has been implemented.

The uptodate curriculum as a result of input of knowledge and ideas


from industry/research bodies/civil societies helps the students to
face the real market environment and enhances the employability.
Recently, 20 HR Heads/Corporates visited the University for
Corporate Social Responsibility initiative, when a brain storming
session was conducted on relevance of curriculum and
employability. The broad guidelines on enhancing the relevance of
curriculum for better employability were the outcome of the
programme.

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1.1.6

Give details of how the university facilitates the introduction of


new programmes of studies in its affiliated colleges.
N. A. (Being a unitary University no colleges are affiliated)

1.1.7

Does the university encourage its colleges to provide additional


skill-oriented programmes relevant to regional needs? Cite
instances (not applicable for unitary universities).
Although the University is unitary and has no affiliated college under
it, however it has been encouraging its constituent colleges to provide
various add-on skill oriented programs relevant to the needs of the
industry and society. For example, Engineering students are offered
additional technical courses to help in their employment.

1.2.1

Furnish the inventory for the following:


Programmes taught on campus
UNDER GRADUATE COURSES:
1

MM Engg. College
B.Tech Courses : (4-year)
1

Computer Engg.

Electronics &Communication Engg.

Information Technology

Electrical Engg.

Mechanical Engg.

Civil Engg.

Computer Sciences & Engg.

Bio-Technology

Mechatronics
B.Sc. Course (3-year)

10

Medical

11

Non-Medical

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12
2

Bio-Technology
MM Institute of Computer Technology & Business
Mgt. (MCA)

13
3

BCA (3-year)
MM Institute of Management (MBA)

14

BBA (3-year)

15

B.Com (3-year)

MM Institute of Computer Technology & Business


Mgt. (Hotel Mgt)
16

BHM (4-year)

17

B.Sc. (Hospitality & Catering Management) (3-year)

MM College of Pharmacy
18

B.Pharm (4-year)
MM College of Dental Science & Research

19
7

BDS (4+1 yr. Internship)


MM Institute of Medical Sciences & Research

20

MBBS (4-1/2+1year Internship)

21

B.Sc. (OT) (3-year)

22

B.Sc. (MLT) (3-year)

MM College of Nursing/MM Institute of Nursing


(girls)
23

B.Sc. (N) (4-year)

24

P.B.B.Sc.(Nursing) (2-year)

MM Institute of Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation


25

10

BPT (4 year + 6 months Internship)


Dept. of law

26

BA LLB (5-year integrated)

27

LL.B (3-year) (Being phased out)

POST GRADUATE COURSES:


1

MM Engg. College
M.TECH (2-year)

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Computer Science &Engg.

Electronics & Communication Engg.

Mechanical Engg. (Manufacturing System)

Electrical Engg.

VLSI Design

Information Technology

Environmental Engg.

Biotechnology

Structural Engg.

10

Nano Science & Technology

11

Thermal Engg.

12

Chemical Synthesis & Process Development

13

CAD/CAM
M.Sc. (2-year)

14

M.Sc. (Chemistry)

15

M.Sc. (Physics)

16

M.Sc. (Maths)

17

M.Sc. (Biotech)

18

M.Sc. (Pharmaceutical Chemistry)

19

M.Sc. (Microbiology)

20

MA ENGLISH (2-year)

MM Institute of Computer Technology & Business


Mgt. (MCA)
21

MCA (3-year)
MM Institute of Management

22
4

MBA (General) (2-year)


MM College of Pharmacy
M.Pharm (2-year)

23

Pharmaceutical Chemistry

24

Pharmacology

25

Pharmaceutics

26

Quality Assurance

30

27

Pharm.D (6-year)

28

Pharm.D(P.B.) (3-year)

MM Institute of Computer Technology & Business


Mgt. (Hotel Mgt)
29

M.Sc. (Dietetics) (2-year)


MM Institute of Medical Sciences & Research
MD/MS (3-year) - 20 specialities

30

Anesthesiology

31

Anatomy

32

Biochemistry

33

Community Medicine

34

Forensic Medicine

35

General Medicine

36

Microbiology

37

Paediatrics

38

Pathology

39

Psychiatric

40

Pharmacology

41

Physiology

42

Radio-Diagnosis

43

Dermatology V.L.

44

TB & Resp. Diseases

45

Otorhinolaryngology

46

General Surgery

47

Ophthalmology

48

Orthopaedics

49

Obstetrics & Gyane


M.Sc. (Medical) (2-year) in 5 specialities

50

Anatomy

51

Bio-chemistry

52

Pharmacology

53

Physiology

31

54

Microbiology

55

Radio-Diagnosis

56

M.Sc. (MLT) (2-year)

MM College of Nursing
M.Sc. (N) 2-year in 5 specialities
57

Medical Surgical Nursing

58

Community Health Nursing

59

Paediatric Nursing

60

Psychiatric Nursing

61

Obstetrics & Gynaecology Nursing

MM College of Dental Sciences & Research


MDS in 9 Specialities (3-year)
62

Prosthodontics

63

Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

64

Periodontics

65

Conservative Dentistry

66

Oral Pathology & Microbiology

67

Orthodontics

68

Pedodontics

69

Oral Medicine & Radiology

70

Community Dentistry

MM Institute of Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation


MPT (2-year) in 5 specialities
71

Ortho-Physiotherapy

72

Neuro-Physiotherapy

73

Sports Physiotherapy

74

Cardio-Physiotherapy

75

Paediatrics-Physiotherapy

DIPLOMA RECOGNIZED BY STATUTORY


AUTHORITY
1

MM Institute of Medical Sciences & Research

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Diploma (2-year) - 5 specialities


1

Anesthesiology

Paediatrics

Radio-Diagnosis

Orthopaedics

Obstetrics & Gyanecology

Ph.D:
1

Physics

Chemistry

English

Mathematics

Pharmacy

Computer Science & Applications

Management

Mechanical Engg.

Computer Science & Engg.

10

Electronics & Communication Engg

11

Civil Engg.

12

Information Technology

13

Bio-Technology

14

Electrical Engg.

15

Pedodontics

16

Nursing

17

Microbiology

18

Anatomy

19

Bio-chemistry

20

Physiology

21

Community Health/Public Health

22

Pharmacology
DIPLOMA COURSES:
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MM Institute of Management (MBA)


1

Diploma in Business Management (3-year)


MM Institute of Computer Technology & Business
Mgt. (Hotel Mgt)
Diploma Courses: (1-1/2 yr. including 6 months
industrial training)

Food Production

Bakery and Confectionery

Room Division Management

Health & Fitness Nutrition

MM College of Dental Sciences & Research


6

Diploma in Dental Hygienist (2-yr.)

Diploma in Dental Mechanics (2-Yr.)

MM Institute of Medical Sciences & Research


8

Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology (DMLT)


(3-year)
CERTIFICATE COURSES:

MM College of Dental Science & Research


1

Certificate in Oral Implantology (1-Yr.)

Certificate in Aesthetic Dentistry (1-Yr.)

Overseas programmes offered on campus

No overseas programme is offered by the University

Programmes available for colleges to choose from

Not applicable, as no college is affiliated to MM University.

1.2.2

Give details on the following provisions with reference to academic


flexibility.
University provides the academic flexibility to the students for their
overall development.

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i. Core/Elective options
The academic programmes are well structured in terms of number of
credits required. A programme consists of core, elective,
laboratories, seminars and projects. Core subjects are compulsory
subjects for all the students for the domain knowledge. However,
students are also offered elective subject options. The students are free
to select the subject of their own interest.
ii. Enrichment courses
University organizes several enrichment courses for the benefit of the
students. For Example:

Various workshops / seminars / expert talks are organized.

Personality development classes are organized to improve the


communication and other skills.

Courses in Foreign Languages like French

iii. Modular Courses


Few colleges of the university provide the Modular courses e.g.
Engineering college organized course for foreign students which
worked as a bridge course for proficiency in English. These courses are
usually related to Communication in English. A few such courses are
as follows:
Sr. No.

Institute

Course Name

Duration

MMEC

Certificate course in
Language Proficiency.

6 months

MMEC

Course in Foreign
Languages like French

6 months

Further, M. M. College of Nursing and M. M. Institute of Nursing


conducts the following programmes:
Essential New-Born Care (ENBC)

Module of IMNCI ( Integrated Management Of Neonatal


And Childhood Illness)

Neonatal Resuscitation Programme (NRP)

Workshops on HIV/GFATM care for nurses

iv. Credit accumulation and transfer facility


The University adopts credit based system for academic evaluation.

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Each subject is assigned a certain number of credits and number of


classroom sessions is stipulated in accordance with the credit number.
There is provision for transfer of credits except Medical and Nursing
colleges.
v. Lateral and vertical mobility within and across programmes,
courses and disciplines
Provisions for lateral and vertical mobility exists in some programs in
the university for example B. Tech, BCA, MCA etc. The same is
informed to stakeholders at the time of admission and during orientation
session. For instance, students can seek lateral admission from Diploma
to Bachelors degree programs.
1.2.3

Does the university have an explicit policy and strategy for attracting
international students?
Yes. The Department of International Affairs has been established to
look into the matters relating to international students and for formulating
specific approach and policy to attract students from foreign countries.
Moreover, 15% seats are reserved for children/wards of NRI's or foreign
nationals.
Officials from Department of International Affairs frequently visit
various countries to attract and motivate foreign nationals to pursue
education in India.

1.2.4

Have any courses been developed targeting international students? If


so, how successful have they been? If no, explain the impediments.
The University offers a number of programme options leading to different
degrees, diplomas at UG, PG and Doctoral level to suit opportunities and
needs of subjects concerned at the global level. The University has wellstructured courses, which have attracted a good number of students from
nearly twenty nationalities.

1.2.5

Does the university facilitate dual degree and twinning programmes? If


yes, give details.
[

NIL
1.2.6 Does the university offer self-financing programmes? If yes, list them
and indicate if policies regarding admission, fee structure, teacher
qualification and salary are at par with the aided programmes?

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All the programmes offered by the university in different Institutes are run
on self-financing basis as per list attached.
The admissions to the programmes falling under the preview of the
Regulating Bodies like MCI, DCI, INC etc. are made as per instructions of
the respective Regulating Bodies.
The admissions to all programmes are made by inviting the applications
and admissions are made on the basis of rank in entrance test or on the
basis of it qualifying examination through a process of counselling.
The fee structure of all the courses is approved by the Competent
Authority for fixation of Fee and fixed on the basis of per unit cost.
The qualifications and salary of teachers are as per norms of the concerned
Regulating Bodies.
1.2.7

Does the university provide the flexibility of bringing together the


conventional face-to-face mode and the distance mode of education
and allow students to choose and combine the courses they are
interested in? If yes, give operational details.
University does not provide the choice between the two learning modes, as
all the courses are offered in regular mode only.

1.2.8

Has the university adopted the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)?
If yes, for how many programmes? What efforts have been made by
the university to encourage the introduction of CBCS in its affiliated
colleges?
While credit based system has already been in vague for the last many
years, in terms of the latest guidelines of UGC of 2015, this University had
constituted a 4-member Committee to consider the implementation of
Choice Based System (CBCS) from the session 2015-16 and in its
meetings the Slabs of marks Grade points, Credits, revision of Syllabi etc.
have been considered to make these easily applicable. Out of all the
courses prescribed as yet by the UGC, it has been decided to implement
the CBCS in B.Sc. (Medical/Non-Medical) and B.Com courses at first
instance. Further, all the Principals/HODs of the University have been
requested to start work on CBCS according to UGC guidelines and revise
the Syllabi/Scheme of examination of their courses pending final
guidelines to be notified after reviewed by the UGC which are still
awaited. All possible efforts are being made by the University to

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implement the CBCS in other courses as well expeditiously.


1.2.9

What percentage of programmes offered by the university follow:


Annual system

Semester system

Trimester system

Annual System: As per guidelines of the concerned Regulating


courses, the University following the Annual System in respect of the
courses of mechanical streams names BDS, MDS, B.Pharm.
M.Sc.(Medical), MD, MS., Diploma in Med. Sc., MBBS, B.Sc. (MLT),
B.Sc. (OTT), M.Sc. (Radiography), M.Sc. (MLT), BPT, MPT, B.Sc.
Nursing, PB B.Sc. (Nursing), M.Sc. (Nursing) - 39.5%.
Semester System: Semester system is followed in the courses of
B.Tech, M.Tech., MCA, MBA, M.Com, B.Sc. Agri. Business
Management, M.Pharm, Pharm.D., B.Sc. (Biotech.), B.Sc.
(Medical/Non-Medical), M.Sc. Courses, BHM&CT, B.Sc. (HCM),
M.Sc. (Dietetics), MA English, LL.B, BA.LL.B (5-yr) & Integrated
Semester courses B.Tech-M.Tech, B.Tech-MBA, BHM-MBA, BBAMBA, BCA-MCA, B.Com-MBA - 60.5%
Trimester system - Nil
1.2.10

How does the university promote inter-disciplinary programmes?


Name a few programmes and comment on their outcome.
The University offers inter-disciplinary programmes in diverse fields of
study in different departments to promote the applied sciences. To
promote the inter-disciplinary programmes during the revision of
curricula the need of starting the inter-disciplinary programmes is
assessed through the workshops on curricula and through the formal
discussion of experts in the Department Board of Studies. Following are
the inter-disciplinary programs offered by the University:
Offering
Institute/Department

Interdisciplinary
Programme

1.

MMEC (Mechanical
Dept.)

B. Tech
(Mechatronics)

2.

MMIM

BSc Agriculture
business &

Sr. No.

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Management
3.

MMCP

M.Sc Pharmaceutical
Chemistry

The programmes are very successful considering the fact these have
provided better placement opportunities to the students and equipped
them with the inter-disciplinary traits for addressing the industrial
problems more competently.
1.3
1.3.1

Curriculum enrichment
How often is the curriculum of the university reviewed and
upgraded for making it socially relevant and/or job oriented /
knowledge intensive and meeting the emerging needs of students
and other stakeholders?
Curriculum is reviewed every year and upgraded, keeping in view the
need of the requirement of the industry and emerging needs of the
society. However additional knowledge is provided to the students in
the form of value added experiments (other than prescribed in the
syllabus) as per changing needs of work force requirements of the
industry/Service Sector/Society.
The Board of Studies meetings are held regularly to identify the
changes required so as to make the curriculum socially relevant and
job oriented. The guidelines/model curricula of regulatory bodies
UGC/AICTE/MCI/DCI/IAP/INC are given due consideration in the
design and development of the curricula. The revision/upgradation
carried out by the Board of Studies are further deliberated in the
meetings of respective Facuty and Academic Council for final
approval.
For minor changes, the faculty is at full liberty to propose any minor
amendments in the syllabus as and when needed based on classroom
experience and student feedback. Any such recommendations are
forwarded to Board of Studies for subsequent brainstorming and
implementation.
Thus finalisation of curricula is a comprehensive process involving
the deliberations and brainstorming at various levels by the field
experts from the premier academic institutions and industry and the
department to ensure that the developed curricula is job oriented,
socially relevant and knowledge intensive.

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1.3.2

During the last four years, how many new programmes at UG


and PG levels were introduced? Give details.
Following are the new programmes initiated at UG/PG level at
Maharishi Markandeshwar University, Mullana

1.3.3

Sr. No Institute Name Programme Name

Level(UG/
PG)

1.

MMEC

B.Sc. Medical

UG

2.

MMEC

B.Sc. Non Medical

UG

3.

MMEC

B. Sc. Biotechnology

UG

4.

MMIMSR

B.Sc. MLT

UG

5.

MMIMSR

B.Sc. OTT

UG

6.

MMIMSR

M.Sc. MLT

PG

7.

MMIMSR

M.Sc. Medical

PG

8.

MMCP

M. Pharm in Pharmacology

PG

9.

MMCP

M. Pharm in Quality assurance

PG

10.

MMCP

Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm. D) PG

11.

MMCP

Pharm. D. (Post Baccalaureate)

PG

12.

MMIM

MBA IT

PG

13.

MMIM

MBA Retail

PG

What are the strategies adopted for the revision of the


existing programmes? What percentage of courses
underwent a syllabus revision?
In the University revision of courses and syllabi is a regular
phenomenon as the faculty is at full liberty to propose any revisions/up
gradation based on the feedback from the students and upcoming
technology and the latest trends in the industries. Following strategies
are implemented for the revision of the existing course and syllabi:

Student and Faculty feedback based on the class room experience.

Practical aspects of teaching learning process.

Feedback from placement companies on the course curricula and the


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assessing the need of revision/upgradations.

Thorough discussion on the revision proposed by the teacher in the


Departmental committee and Board of Studies.

Addition/upgradation of departmental electives to keep abreast with


multi dimensional skills and latest development.

Meeting the curricular objectives in line with the recent


developments.

Percentage of course revision in various institutes is as follows:


Sr.
No

Institute Name

Name of Course which Percentage of


underwent
syllabus courses
revision
underwent a
syllabus
revision

1.

MMEC

B.Tech and B.Sc

2.

MMEC

M.Tech, M.A. M.Sc and 10


PhD

3.

MMIMSR

MBBS, B.Sc

30

4.

MMIMSR

MS, MD, PhD

20

5.

MMICT&BM

BCA

65

6.

MMICT&BM

MCA, PhD

75

7.

MMIM

B.Com, B.Sc

16

8.

MMIM

MBA, PhD

10

9.

Deptt. of Law

BA LLB

18

10.

MMICT
&BM(HM)

BHM, B. Sc, M. Sc

95

11.

MMIN

B.Sc, Ph.D

10

12.

MMCN

B.Sc

10

13.

MMIPR

BPT

100

14.

MMIPR

MPT

100

15.

MMCP

B. Pharma

21

16.

MMCP

M. Pharma, Ph.D

28

15

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1.3.4 What are the value-added courses offered by the university and how
does the university ensure that all students have access to them?
The University offers skill development, personality development and
communication skills improvement programmes as value added courses to
the students. In engineering college, English language lab is conducted for
all branches at first year level which help the students to enhance their
capabilities in communication and leadership to improve their opportunities
in getting employment. Many Campus recruitment training programmes are
conducted every year to sharpen the soft skills of the students. In addition to
the above, the following value added courses are studied by students as
compulsory courses.
Sr. No

Institute Name

Name of Value Addition Course

1.

MMEC

Personality development - I

2.

MMEC

Personality development - II

3.

MMEC

Personality development - III

4.

MMEC

Personality development IV

5.

MMEC

Environmental studies

6.

MMCP

Certificate course in rational drug


design

7.

MMCP

Certificate course in International


Pharma Regulatory Affairs

8.

MMIM

PDP

9.

MMIM

Employability Skills

10.

MMIPR

Educational technology

11.

MMIPR

Exercise Physiology

12.

Department of
Law

Communication skills in English

13.

Department of
Law

Personality

14.

Department of
Law

Moot Court Exercises

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1.3.5

15.

Department of
Law

Moot Court Exercises and internship

16.

MMIN, MMCN

English

17.

MMIN, MMCN

Introduction to Computers

18.

MMIN, MMCN

Management of Nursing services and


education

Has the university introduced any higher order skill development


programmes in consonance with the national requirements as
outlined by the National Skills Development Corporation and other
agencies?

Yes, the University is committed to introduce Multi skill


development activities in various Programmes offered. The
university has for time to time been engaged in offering such
program like skill development programme for students of
technical courses.

Skill development orientation workshop for Secondary & Sr.


Secondary School level of North India.

Hunar se Rozgar eight week long programme for local public at


Hotel Management.

Training for trainers in MRP-FGM.

Training programme in Innovative Technology for BPL Parivar of


local village.

Engineering students undergo training in industries, attend workshops and


carry out group projects in different disciplines.
MBA program also lays stress on communication skill and interpersonal
skills through communication lab, business role plays, working on case
studies and visiting different exhibitions.
Students of Dental, Nursing and Medical Science participate in the camps
organized in rural areas providing them the opportunity to develop skills
for interacting with patients. The students also undertake surveys and
projects related to communicable diseases, geriatric care, and school
health, emergency Management of burns, Drug abuse, HIV AIDS,
poisoning, Self-Medication and Family Planning.
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In Physiotherapy, all students in addition to participating in health camps


also undergo training in various specialized techniques of manual therapy
and neurodevelopment techniques etc. The students of BHM and MCA
courses also undertake the practical training of six months, in reputed
organizations. Further, they are encouraged to participate in the
Conferences and Seminars organized by various professional
societies/student chapters from time to time.

1.4

Feedback System

1.4.1 Does the university have a formal mechanism to obtain feedback from
students regarding the curriculum and how is it made use of?
[

Feedback is an instrument used judiciously to improve the current practices


with reference to the curriculum. University follows a formal mechanism
of obtaining feedback through a well structured proforma. The Feedback is
given by the students regularly in every semester regarding curriculum and
teaching methodology in a structured format comprising of a standard
questionnaire.
Feedback is also obtained through personal interaction with students during
the meetings with Student Counsellors and Mentors. Feedback and
suggestions on the curriculum are also obtained from the outgoing students
and the alumni. Suggestions from students are discussed and analysed at
the department level and changes are proposed to the respective course
coordinator. Based on the review and analysis of this data, corrective
measures in curriculum are undertaken through approval of Board of
Studies and Academic Council.
1.4.2 Does the university elicit feedback on the curriculum from national
and international faculty? If yes, specify a few methods such as
conducting webinars, workshops, online discussions, etc. and its
impact.
Yes, the University takes informal feedback from renowned faculty
members from the premier academic institutions like IITs, IIMs, NITs and
R&D organizations. This feedback is usually taken during Board of Studies,
Faculty and Academic Council meetings through formal discussions and
brain storming. However, In medical college/dental college and nursing
college the curricula are governed by the respective regulatory bodies
including MCI, DCI and INC.

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1.4.3 Specify the mechanism through which affiliated institutions give


feedback on curriculum enrichment and the extent to which it is made
use of.
N.A. as M M University is not an affiliating university.

1.4.4 What are the quality sustenance and quality enhancement measures
undertaken by the university in ensuring the effective development of
the curricula?
The Board of Studies, Faculty and Academic council have senior faculty
members from renowned academic institutions and experts from Industry
in different disciplines, who review, propose modifications and validate the
curriculum proposed by the Departmental committees. The University
curriculum is comparable with the most prestigious institutions in terms of
quality enhancement. Practical and analytical oriented approaches have
been adopted by introducing minor and major projects/dissertations at UG
and PG level. Annually the feedback regarding the curriculum is taken
from the students of the institute and their valuable suggestions are also
taken into consideration for further review and analysis. The university is
taking feedback on curricula from alumni through predesigned
questionnaire and workshop on curricula development. Thus, the quality of
curriculum is maintained following the modus operandi as described
above.

Criterian II Teaching Learing and Evaluation


2.1

Student Enrolment and Profile

2.1.1

How does the university ensure publicity and transparency in the


admission process?
The University follows a fair and transparent admission process and the
admission announcements are prominently advertised in print, electronic
media and website on all India basis.

Advertisements in Print Media: Before the admissions, Admission


Notices are got admitted in leading regional and National newspapers
and magazines of the country detailing the programmes offered,
selection criteria, important dates related to admission process and
other informations.

Advertisements in Electronic Media: Admissions are advertised on


National TV Channels and Radio.
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2.1.2

Brochures: Brochures of the University having details of each


college, courses offered, facilities available together with admission
requirements are sent to a number of institutions, as another means
for publicity both in India and abroad.

Website: The admission details are also announced and continuously


updated on the dynamic website of the University.

Educational Exhibitions: University also participates in different


National/International Educational Exhibitions both in India and
abroad for publicity to attract students for other states/abroad.

Seat allocation is made based on the rank in entrance test or on the


basis of mark of it qualifying Examination through counseling
process. The candidates attend the counselling and are offered seats in
branches of their choice, as per their merit.

Explain in detail the process of admission put in place by the


university. List the criteria for admission: (e.g.: (i) merit, (ii) merit
with entrance test, (iii) merit, entrance test and interview, (iv)
common entrance test conducted by state agencies and national
agencies (v) other criteria followed by the university (please specify).
Sr.

Name of course

No.

Admission
criteria

UNDER GRADUATE
1

MM Engg. College
B.Tech Courses : (4-year)
Computer Engg.
Electronics & Communication Engg.
Information Technology
Electrical Engg.
Mechanical Engg.

Merit
with
Entrance Test

Civil Engg.
Computer Sciences & Engg.
Bio-Technology
Mechatronics
B.Sc. Course (3-year)
Medical
Non-Medical

Merit

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Bio-Technology
2

MM Institute of Computer Technology &


Business Mgt. (MCA)
BCA (3-year)

Merit

MM Institute of Management
BBA (3-year)
B.Com (3-year)

Merit

B.Sc. Agri Business & Management (4year)


4

MM Institute of Computer Technology &


Business Mgt. (Hotel Mgt)
BHM (4-year)
B.Sc. (Hospitality & Catering Management) Merit
(3-year)

MM College of Pharmacy
B.Pharm (4-year)

MM College
Research

Merit
of

Dental

Science

&

BDS (4+1 yr. Internship)


7

Merit
with
Entrance Test

MM Institute of Medical Sciences &


Research
MBBS (4-1/2+1year Internship)

Merit
with
Entrance Test

B.Sc. (OT) (3-year)

Merit

B.Sc. (MLT) (3-year)


8

MM College of Nursing/MM Institute of


Nursing (girls)
B.Sc. (N) (4-year)

Merit

P.B. B.Sc.(Nursing) (2-year)

Merit

MM Institute
Rehabilitation

of

Physiotherapy

BPT (4 year + 6 months Internship)


10

&
Merit

Dept. of law
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BA LLB (5-year integrated)

Merit

S.No. Name of course

Admission
criteria

POST GRADUATE COURSES


1

MM Engg. College
M.TECH (2-year)
Computer Science & Engg.
Electronics & Communication Engg.
Mechanical
System)

Engg.

(Manufacturing

Electrical Engg.
VLSI Design
Information Technology
Environmental Engg.

Merit
with
Entrance Test

Biotechnology
Structural Engg.
Nano Science & Technology
Thermal Engg.
Chemical Synthesis
Development

&

Process

CAD/CAM
M.Sc. (2-year)
M.Sc. (Chemistry)
M.Sc. (Physics)
M.Sc. (Maths)
M.Sc. (Biotech)
M.Sc. (Pharmaceutical Chemistry)

Merit

M.Sc. (Microbiology)
MA ENGLISGH (2-year)
MA EDUCATION (2-year)
2

MM Institute of Computer Technology


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& Business Mgt. (MCA)


MCA (3-year)
3

MM Institute of Management
MBA (General) (2-year)

Merit
Merit with
Entrance Test

MM College of Pharmacy
M.Pharm (2-year)
Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Pharmacology
Pharmaceutics

Merit in
GPAT/qualifying
examination

Quality Assurance
Pharm.D (6-year)
Pharm.D (P.B.) (3-year)
5

MM Institute of Computer Technology


& Business Mgt. (Hotel Mgt)
M.Sc. (Dietetics) (2-year)

S.No. Name of course


6

Merit

Merit

Admission
criteria

MM Institute of Medical Sciences &


Research
MD/MS (3-year) - 19 specialties
Anesthesiology
Anatomy
Biochemistry
Community Medicine
Forensic Medicine
General Medicine
Microbiology

Common
Entrance
conducted
University

Test
by

Paediatrics
Pathology
Psychiatric

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Pharmacology
Physiology
Radio-Diagnosis
Dermatology V.L.
TB & Resp. Diseases
Otorhinolaryngology
General Surgery
Ophthalmology
Orthopaedics
Obstetrics & Gyane
M.Sc. (Medical)
specialities

(2-year)

in

Anatomy
Bio-chemistry
Pharmacology
Physiology

Merit

Microbiology
Radio-Diagnosis
M.Sc. (MLT) (2-year)
7

MM College of Nursing
M.Sc. (N) 2-year in 5 specialities
Medical Surgical Nursing
Community Health Nursing
Pediatric Nursing
Psychiatric Nursing

Common
Entrance Test
conducted by
University

Obstetrics & Gynaecology Nursing

S.No.

Name of course

MM College of Dental Science & Research

Admission criteria

MDS in 9 Specialities (3-year)


Prosthodontics

Common Entrance
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Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

Test conducted by
University

Periodontics
Conservative Dentistry
Oral Pathology & Microbiology
Orthodontics
Pedodontics
Oral Medicine & Radiology
Community Dentistry
9

MM Institute
Rehabilitation

of

Physiotherapy

&

MPT (2-year) in 5 specialities


Ortho-Physiotherapy
Neuro-Physiotherapy
Sports - Physiotherapy

Merit

Cardio-Physiotherapy
Paediatrics-Physiotherapy
1

MM Institute of Medical Sciences &


Research
Diploma (2-year) - 5 specialities
Anesthesiology
Paediatrics
Radio-Diagnosis
Orthopaedics

Common Entrance
Test conducted by
University

Obstetrics & Gyanecology


Ph.D:
Physics
Chemistry
English
Mathematics

Merit,
Entrance
Test and interview

Pharmacy
Computer Science & Application
Management

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Mechanical Engg.
Computer Science & Engg.
Electronics & Communication Engg

S.No.

Name of course

Admission criteria

Civil Engg.
Information Technology
Bio-Technology
Electrical Engg.
Pedodontics
Nursing
Microbiology

Merit,
Entrance
Test and interview

Anatomy
Bio-chemistry
Physiology
Community Health/Public Health
Pharmacology
DIPLOMA COURSES:
1

MM Institute of Management (MBA)


Diploma in Business Management (3-year)

Merit

MM Institute of Computer Technology &


Business Mgt. (Hotel Mgt)
Diploma Courses: (1-1/2 yr. including 6
months industrial training)
Food Production
Bakery and Confectionery
Room Division Management

Merit

Health & Fitness Nutrition


3

MM College of Dental Science & Research


Diploma in Dental Hygienist (2-yr.)
Diploma in Dental Mechanics (2-Yr.)

Merit

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MM Institute of Medical Sciences &


Research
Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology Merit
(DMLT) (3-year)
CERTIFICATE COURSES:

MM College of Dental Science & Research


Certificate in Oral Implantology (1-Yr.)
Certificate in Aesthetic Dentistry (1-Yr.)

2.1.3

Merit

Provide details of admission process in the affiliated colleges and the


universitys role in monitoring the same.
Not Applicable

2.1.4

Does the university have a mechanism to review its admission process


and student profile annually? If yes, what is the outcome of such an
analysis and how has it contributed to the improvement of the
process?
Every year the admission process is reviewed keeping in view of the
number of applicants. In case the number of applications are more than
the sanctioned intake, then admissions are made on merit through
institutional counselling.

2.1.5

What are the strategies adopted to increase / improve access for


students belonging to the following categories:
SC/ST
OBC

Women

Persons with varied disabilities


Economically weaker sections

Outstanding achievers in sports and other extracurricular activities

MMU has made special provisions for various categories of students,


which are listed against each category during the session 2014-15, as
follows:

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Disadvantaged Community:
There is a scheme of giving special Scholarships to such students. Details
are given below:
NAME OF INSTITUTE

SCHOLARSHIP OF STATE
GOVT. (SC/ST/OBC)
NO.OF
SCHOLAR
SHIPS

AMOUNT
(RS.)

MM Institute of Management

40000

MM
Institute
of
Technology
and
Management

49525

25

2283370

MM Institute of Medical Sciences


and Research

380050

MM College of Pharmacy

20000

32

2772945

Computer
Business

MM Engineering College

TOTAL

Further, they are given relaxation is percentage of marks for


determining their eligibility for admission.
Women:
A separate Women Cell has been established in the University, which
has regularly been organizing various activities like paper presentation,
group discussions and extempore talks to enlighten the students with
various issues related to women. Besides the University has one
Nursing College viz. MM Institute of Nursing exclusively for women.
Differently-abled:
Special care and counseling is provided to such students. A provision
of lift has been made at strategic points in various buildings of the
University to facilitate the movement of differently abled candidates.
There is a provision of amanuensis and additional time for writing in
the end semester Examination. There is also a scheme of giving special
Scholarships to such students.
Economically Weaker Sections of the Society:
The Scholarships are granted to the students belonging to economically
weaker section of society during the session 2014-15 are as under:-

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NAME OF INSTITUTE

MM
UNIVERSITY
SCHOLARSHIP
(FOR
WEAKER SECTION)
NO. OF
SCHOLAR
SHIPS

AMOUNT (RS.)

MM Institute of Management

211500

MM Institute of Computer Technology


and Business Management

34113

MMICT&BM (Hotel Management)

208271

MM College of Dental Sciences and


Research

27500

202

4524020

127675

48

1569220

64000

35

451646

315

7217945

MM Engineering College
MM Institute of Physiotherapy and
Rehabilitation
MM College of Nursing
MM College of Pharmacy
MMU
TOTAL
Athletes and Sports Persons:

Table Tennis Tables. The University facilitates Gymnasium for students


and staff. Students can get sports equipments without any extra charge.
The University provides such students with sports equipment facilities and
TA/DA to attend inter-college and inter-campus events. State and National
level achievers are encouraged by awarding mementos and cash prizes.

2.1.6

No. of students admitted University Departments in the last four


Academic years.

YEAR 1
CATEGORIES

MALE

FEMALE

YEAR 2
MALE

FEMALE

YEAR 3
MALE

FEMALE

YEAR 4
MALE

FEMALE

55

SC

51

30

72

48

58

27

63

32

07

10

20

08

11

01

01

02

OBC

195

157

300

174

199

61

61

190

General

818

694

821

649

861

495

585

355

ST

Other

2.1.7

2.1.8

Has the university conducted any analysis of demand ratio for the
various programmes of the university departments and affiliated
colleges? If so, highlight the significant trends explaining the reasons
for increase / decrease.

Programmes

Demand Ratio

UG

2.08:1

PG

2.01:1

M.Phil.

3:1

Ph.D.

4.4:1

Certificate

1:1

Diploma

2.1:1

PG Diploma

2.6:1

Were any programmes discontinued/staggered by the university in the


last four years? If yes, please specify the reasons.
Sr.No. Name of Course/Programme

Discontinued

1.

Electronics & Instrumentation Engg.

2014-15

2.

MBA in Engg. College

2014-15

3.

Diploma - B.Tech Engg. (6-yr. Integrated 2015-16


programme)

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4.

B.Tech MBA

2015-16

5.

BHM MBA

2015-16

Since the response of the students for above courses was very poor, these
courses were discontinued.

2.2.

Catering to student divercity

2.2.1

Does the university organize orientation / induction programme for


freshers? If yes, give details such as the duration, issues covered,
experts involved and mechanism for using the feedback in subsequent
years.
After admission process is over, the students undergo an orientation
programme organized at the college level by the respective faculties.
Initially, the students & parents are given an overview of the various
facilities and academic processes involved. On this occasion a varied
information on courses, facilities available in the university and
departments, examination system, academic regulations, academic
calendar, student code of conduct, as also information on ragging, gender
sensitization and sexual harassment rules, etc are properly communicated
to the students. University officials including senior functionaries of the
University like Vice Chancellor, Pro Vice Chancellor, Directors, Deans
(Academic Affairs, Students Welfare) and Training & Placements officer,
Chief Security officer etc. participate in the introductory programme.
This is followed by programme specific information given by Dean,
Programme Coordinator and the class coordinator of the college
concerned. A Handbook is provided to freshers to acquaint them
with the policies of the University. The new entrants undertake an
entourage around the campus accompanied by the faculty members of
the departments. In addition if any problem being faced by them in
pursuing the course, a Mentor is assigned to a group of 20 students who
takes care about each and every issue and communicate with the parents
in regular intervals to let the parents know about the performance and
activities of their wards.

2.2.2

Does the university have a mechanism through which the


differential requirements of the student population are analyzed
after admission and before the commencement of classes? If so, how
are the key issues identified and addressed?
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In all the departments, students are encouraged to express their needs and
problems to the concern authorities. The departments have suggestion box
in which the students can drop the complaints and suggestions for
effective intervention. Mentors and Teachers also pay attention to the
students and make efforts to identify the needs of the students, if any.
After noticing and identifying the issues essential steps are taken at
departmental and university level to deal with the problems.
Dietary requirements of international students are also taken care of. To
promote a healthy and supportive environment for international
students,
a sensitization programme is organized which includes
information on cultural aspects as well as other aspects relating to daily
life. For physically challenged students, there is provision of ramps and
elevators are the integral part of the university infrastructure.
Academic counselling is provided through a mentoring system in each
department.
Specific measures to help students with learning difficulties relating to
English language are taken by the university. For English proficiency in
language, the English Language labs
of the University help
domestic students and also international students. There is also provision
of bridge course in communication skills for international students.
2.2.3

Does the university offer bridge / remedial / add-on courses? If yes,


how are they structured into the time table? Give details of the
courses offered, department-wise/faculty-wise?
Departments of the university conduct remedial courses as per
requirement of the students. Based on feedback from the students
remedial practices are followed. Students are encouraged to contact
teachers for academic and personal assistance according to
convenience of both. Through tutorial classes additional attention is
also given to the needy students. Students are supported by providing
them additional academic inputs and web based learning resources.
University has collaboration with Infosys in the form of Campus
connect programme where students and faculty of the engineering
college are given training on advance courses as per the latest trends in
industries. Bridge course in English has been provided for international
students to make up for deficiency in language proficiency.
University also arranges in house training of the students from the
professionals during summer on soft skills and analytical abilities to
increase their employability. University also offers non- English
foreign languages like Spanish and French, which are add-ons to the
existing curriculum.

2.2.4

Has the university conducted any study on the academic growth of


students from disadvantaged sections of society, economically

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disadvantaged, physically handicapped, slow learners, etc.? If yes,


what are the main findings?
The academic growth of students from disadvantaged sections of
society, economically disadvantaged, physically challenged, slow
learners, etc.is ensured through regular mentoring by the faculty
members during the session and appropriate guidance is given to
students to ensure academic growth.
2.2.5

How does the university identify and respond to the learning needs
of advanced learners?
University identifies advanced learners through its exhaustive mentormentee process, and on the basis of their performance in the class and
in various projects. The performance in the examination, regularity in
attendance, interaction with faculty, participation in group discussion
also helps to identify advanced learners.
The University employs following ways to identify and respond to
learning needs of advanced learners:

2.3
2.3.1

Advanced learners are provided guidance by their respective


faculty members to access advanced reference materials and elearning resources like NPTEL Videos, including International,
National Journal.

They are encouraged to participate in various national and


international conferences/ workshops/ seminars exhibitions.

They are allowed to get an Extra Book from the Library for full
Semester of their own choice. Further they can get required book
from other libraries through DELNET.

They are encouraged to participate more in research projects and


live projects.

They are administered special sessions by different faculty


members from inside and outside the University.

They are encouraged to participate and give sessions in


departmental workshops.

They are given training on how to write Project Proposals for


submission to various Govt. funding agencies.
Teaching Learning Process

How does the university plan and organize the teaching, learning
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and evaluation schedules (academic calendar, teaching plan,


evaluation blue print, etc.)?
University prepares the academic calendar well in advance before the
commencement of the session. The planning and organization of the
teaching, learning and evaluation schedule for all programmes in each
discipline is done by Committee consisting of respective Head of the
Institutions, Controller of Examinations and Senior Professors with and
inputs from various stake holders. The academic calendar consists of
indicative schedules regarding commencement and closing of classes,
sessional test, start of examination and summer training schedules.
After formal approval, the same is conveyed to different institutes of the
University. Institutes have the freedom to prepare their own academic
calendar, broadly incorporating University schedules after discussion
with the head of the departments, faculty and class coordinators.
University follows different Academic Calendars for Technical Side
courses and Medical Side courses. Some of the courses are being run in
Semester System and other courses are in Annual System as per the
guidelines of respective regulatory councils.
For Technical Side courses like Engineering, Management, Computer
Applications & Hotel Management, Dean Academics (Technical)
finalises the Academic Calendar in consultation with the respective
Head of Departments, Principals and Controller of Examination. For
Medical Side courses, respective institutes prepare their own Academic
Calendar (including classroom teaching & clinical requirements),
incorporating University schedules.
The University complements the traditional class room teaching with
group discussions, tutorial, seminars and mentoring system. In teaching
learning processes, the faculty prepares the lesson plans for the courses
in the semester and delivers the same based on the acquisition capacity
of the students. The same is monitored regularly by the Department
Heads.
Course Allocation: Head of Department finalizes the course allotment
to individual faculty member, based upon the choices filled by them.
After the course allocation, the allotted course list is circulated among
the faculty members before the commencement of session.
Course Plan: All the faculty members prepare a course plan for the
allotted subjects. The course plan reflects course content and evaluation
criteria of the covered content and it is duly approved by respective head
of department.
Course File: System of preparing course file is a regular practice in the
University. Course file contains Course Structure (Scheme) of the
semester, syllabus of Individual subjects, teaching plan of coverage of
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syllabus, model question papers, old question papers and tutorial sheets.
In addition to above, For medical side courses, course files also consist
of Master Rotation Plan and clinical rotation plan.
Evaluation Blue Print: Examination Sub-Committee prepares the time
frame for conducting the internal mid-term & end semester examinations
(exam schedule, evaluation schedule, result announcement schedule,
marks submission schedule). Evaluation policy for each course is
finalised by the Board of Studies & approved by the Faculty. At the
beginning of the each semester, students are supplied with Academic
Regulations, Syllabus etc.
Clinical Requirements: For medical side courses, students of each
class, along with focusing on patient care activities, are allotted certain
clinical requirements (i.e. Case Presentation, Case Study, Nursing Care
Plans, Drug Presentation, Health Education) to be completed in their
respective clinical postings. These requirements are evaluated by the
respective clinical supervisors and the feedback is provided to the
students and they also maintain the record of the same.
Mentoring Programme- There is provision for the mentoring of
students, who are divided into 20-25 students under the mentorship of
one teacher. The teacher-mentor conducts meetings with mentors,
parents & also communicates through letters & telephonically with
parents about the mentees progress & attendance etc. Mentees are also
given counselling by the mentors with regard to their grievances and
academic excellence.
2.3.2

Does the university provide course outlines and course schedules


prior to the commencement of the academic session? If yes, how is
the effectiveness of the process ensured?
Yes, The University provides course outlines and course schedules to
faculty members and students prior to the commencement of the
academic session. In Engineering College, course outline is provided to
every student as a printed booklet for 1st year students during
orientation programme and for 2nd year to 4th year course outline is
provided by the respective faculty member teaching the course on the
first day of commencement of class work. Student will have the
knowledge of the topics being covered during the semester.
Effectiveness of the Process is ensured by regular review at three
different levels, i.e. Head of Department, Dean Academics & Internal
Quality Assurance Cell of University.
At the end of every month, the Heads of the respective Departments
will have review of syllabus coverage vis--vis the course plan.
Dean-Academics also reviews coverage of syllabus in all the
Departments to ensure that the overall programme is conducted as
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planned.
Further to enhance the effectiveness of process, Academic Audit of all
the departments of University is carried out at regular, pre notified
interval by Internal Quality Assurance Cell, which ensures the
completion of syllabus, evaluation of assignments and sessional exam
answer sheets.
2.3.3

Does the university face any challenges in completing the


curriculum within the stipulated time frame and calendar? If yes,
elaborate on the challenges encountered and the institutional
measures to overcome these?
Normally the different institutes of the University, do not face
challenges in completing the curriculum within the stipulated time
frame and calendar, since the academic calendar is meticulously and
proactively prepared and administered. Further the academic review,
keeps a close check on the coverage of syllabus on regular interval, at
three different levels. This ensures the completion of syllabus in
stipulated time frame.
However, in exceptional situations, if there is any problem in meeting
the stipulated time frame, the matter is resolved at the departmental
level by initiating extra measures and initiatives. For example, if a
certain faculty is behind the schedule on completing their syllabus,
then it is ensured that the Lecture Adjustment Committee allots more
lectures to the same. This ensures timely completion of the syllabis of
all the subjects.

2.3.4

How learning is made student-centric? Give a list of participatory


learning activities adopted by the faculty that contributes to
holistic development and improved student learning, besides
facilitating life-long learning and knowledge management?
The University pays due heed to the paradigm shift from teachercentric learning to student-centric learning. Learning is made studentcentric by employing following measures:

Courses are modified as per current need of industries as well as


academia. Besides using Power Point Presentation and ICT based
lectures, group discussions, case studies and role plays are also
used. Assigning project work enables students to develop
advanced skills.
For all round development, students are assigned laboratory
work/practical exercises, field visits, group discussions/ seminar
assignments based on laboratory work/field work, visits to

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Their internship and Court Visits are scheduled keeping in mind


the teaching session and practical exposure of students.

During their academic schedule, UG students are given projects


in which they are encouraged to find suitable problem statement
and work on it in a group of 8-10 students. As for partial
fulfilment of requirement, PG students undertake individual
projects to be accomplished under the guidance of teachers.

Field work and Socio-Economic surveys by students.

Regular feedback from students is sought on various matters of


their learning.

Dealing with patients in each Clinical Subject for students.


Each student is assigned to a patient for clinical assessment.
Case discussions are held on the live cases to enhance their
practical knowledge.
Students are encouraged to utilize their innovative thoughts and
ideas for carrying out inter and intra disciplinary research.

2.3.5

industries/ institutes, study tour, power point presentation and


other ICT based programmes.
The classroom lectures are supplemented with audio visual aids
especially in the form of Power Point presentations along with
traditional black board module. In addition to the web based
learning, online lectures, and popular lectures are appended by
the faculty and experts from other agencies to enrich the
knowledge content.
Students in Law are assigned the duties of Legal Aid and to help
the needy people in society.

Hands on training with animation softwares and bed side clinics.

What is the universitys policy on inviting experts / people of


eminence to deliver lectures and/or organize seminars for
students?
The University encourages inviting experts/persons of eminence both
from academcis and industry to deliver lectures and/or hold seminars.
For this purpose, a separate budget provision is made. Various details
to this effect are provided in the academic calendar.
Invited/distinguished lectures are also arranged in interdisciplinary
fields so as to keep students abreast with the latest developments.
Students are encouraged to attend seminars, conferences, and
workshops arranged by various other departments.
The University encourages and facilitates students interaction with
eminent scientists, technologists, academics, corporate leaders,
successful entrepreneurs and thought leaders so that the students are

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motivated to become leaders and to excel in their chosen


field/discipline.
2.3.6

Does the university formally encourage blended learning by using elearning resources?
The blending of classroom teaching with learning by using e-resources
is an essential component of the modern teaching-learning process. The
University encourages blended learning by using e learning recourses
like NPTEL, MIT courses, Spoken tutorials and participation in
webinars, in addition to regular class room teaching. In pursuit of this
requirement, all the faculty members have been provided with
PCs/desktops with internet facility in their offices. Computer labs have
been provided with the latest computers and Internet facility is also
available to students for on-line exposure to the latest developments in
the related subjects.
Students are also encouraged to take tutorials in electronic form and also
advised to refer to the Google search/ Scopus for appropriate journals
and review papers.
ICT based workshops in association with IIT, Bombay sponsored by
MHRD is regularly arranged for the students of Engineering College and
MCA Institute. Delnet/IEEE subscription is available for the students.
Law students are provided with e-sources like SCC Online Database and
relevant websites in Computer Lab. Nursing students refers to official
website of INC regarding HIV/AIDS under GFATM programme.

2.3.7

What are the technologies and facilities such as virtual laboratories,


e-learning, open educational resources and mobile education used
by the faculty for effective teaching?
Wide and frequent availability of digital technologies have evolved the
numerous resources for effective learning. The technologies and
facilities such as virtual laboratories, e-learning, open educational
resources and mobile education used by the faculty for effective
teaching are:
a) Open educational resources. The University has a MoU with
INFLIBNET.
b) Virtual Lab in collaboration with IIT Delhi for Engineering
students.
Students are encouraged to benefit from educational resources
from NPTEL.

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c) Students are encouraged to utilize the services of DELNET for


their studies and research by means of the display system.
d) Library is equipped with resources of important databases like
IEEE explore, ASME and many more.
e) Students are encouraged to benefit from Openware material
available at the universities of repute such as the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology, USA.
f) Faculty members prepare PPTs and the same is supplied to
students for reference.
g) Nursing institutes uses Simulation teaching in labs.
h) SCC online data base is available for Law students, 24x 7 in the
campus of University including hostels.
i) In medical sciences, the faculty creates hypothetical patients
histories that helps the students to diagnose the problem and
prepares them for the field exercises.
2.3.8

Is there any designated group among the faculty to monitor the


trends and issues regarding developments in Open Source
Community and integrate its benefits in the universitys
educational processes?
Yes, the University is very proactive in monitoring the trends and
development in open source community like LINUX & SCILAB. As
on date LINUX has been installed on many systems and students are
encouraged to work in open source environment. Latest open source
technologies such as Linux, Java and PHP are included in the
curriculum of the Institute.

2.3.9

What steps has the university taken to orient traditional classrooms


into 24x7 learning places?
University promotes online teaching learning activities by providing
access to various online resources and data bases like NPTEL Video
Courses, Delnet, MIT Courseware are accessible to the students and
faculty round the clock.
The central library provides access to 4288 online journals including
IEEE, ASME, ASCE, Banthan Science, EBSCO Business Source Elite,
EBSCO Dentistry, LWW Cluster Collection, Info Trac Medical
Collection, AIR Supreme Court Data Basis, AIR High Court Data
Bases, 1950-2011 Criminal Law, Journal Database 1950-2011, AIR
Crivy Council Database etc to name a few.

2.3.10 Is there a provision for the services of counsellors / mentors/ advisors


for each class or group of students for academic, personal and psychosocial guidance? If yes, give details of the process and the number of
students who have benefitted.

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The University has mentoring system in which there is a provision for


counsellors, mentors and class advisors for each class or group of
students for academic and personal guidance. For effective monitoring
of the welfare of the students, 20 students are attached to a faculty
member called Mentor. The mentorward system is adopted to improve
the rapport between the faculty and students. The main objective is to
monitor the progress of the students, counsel and guide them in all their
personal needs. Health counseling and personal issues are also
addressed.
Mentors keep a complete record of their students i n c l u d i n g
a t t e n d a n c e and monitor their progress and try to understand their
problems, identify slow and advanced learners. They also encourage
students to participate in extra and co-curricular activities such as Group
discussions, cultural programs and paper and poster presentations,
Quizes etc.
The academic performance of students is also monitored by the mentors
along with the class teachers and the parents are kept informed through
the telephone and through progress reports sent by post. High Achievers
are motivated to pursue higher studies and guided to write competitive
examinations like GATE, MAT, GRE, and Medical PG Entrance Test
and so on. Poor achievers are counseled to practice problems and revise
theory subjects. Required suggestions are given to them to overcome
academic problems.
2.3.11 Were any innovative teaching approaches/methods/practices
adopted/put to use by the faculty during the last four years? If yes,
did they improve learning? What were the methods used to evaluate
the impact of such practices? What are the efforts made by the
institution in giving the faculty due recognition for innovation in
teaching?
Yes, the University had been using innovative teaching approaches or
practices to improve teaching. Besides the chalk and talk method of
lecture, the faculty uses the following methods.
(a) Interactive method: case study, brainstorming, communication
games and activities, focused group discussions, panel discussions, role
play and debate, etc.
(b) Project based learning: project based learning is mandatory
component for most of UG and PG programmes offered by University.
The project work under the faculty helps the student to review the
outcome and impact of research. It also helps the students to pool the
findings and arrive at solutions. Students are exposed to hands on
experiences at outside laboratories and or field environment visits for
virtual learning.
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c) Experimental learning: The field visits, on-site learning and


internships are arranged for the students. Every department organizes an
industrial visit for their students and the faculty involved in the clubs
used to arrange field visits to encourage experimental learning and to
understand the problems associated with the society and to find
solutions.
d) Computer assisted learning: Most of the classrooms are fitted with
LCD projectors and used for interactive sessions and power point
presentations (smart classrooms) by the faculty members. Broad band
internet facility is available through Wi-Fi, encourages the faculty to fit
with computer assisted learning. The faculty members have well
developed collection of e-content for most of the courses in order to
facilitate knowledge flow to the learners. Computer aided design and
computer based training are regularly used by the faculty members.
Improvement in learning
The practices mentioned above enable the students to develop keen
interests in subjects and perform well in doing assignments, presenting
papers in seminars and working for projects. The results of examinations
show the improvement in learning. Student centric teaching along with
computer assisted teaching makes learning the subject enjoyable and
easy for the students to comprehend from all backgrounds. The teaching
practices mentioned above had given opportunities for students to
develop their personal presentation skills, analytical skills, decision
making and interpersonal skills using internet and latest software
programs.
Methods used to evaluate the impact of such practices
The performance of the students in the departmental student-seminars,
group discussions, project works, is considered as benchmark to evaluate
the impact of the above mentioned methods. Marks were given for their
performance in continuous evaluation. The feed-back on the impact of
the teaching approaches mentioned above is assessed through the
experience shared by the students, marks scored by them in internal
assessments and in final examinations.
Efforts made by the Institution in giving the faculty due recognition
for innovation in teaching
University gives due recognition to teachers who follow innovative
practices in teaching by giving awards to best teachers. Computers or
laptops have also been provided to faculty members to improve
computer assisted teaching. Due consideration is also being given to
innovation in teaching during the faculty promotion exercises.
2.3.12

How does the university create a culture of instilling and nurturing

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creativity and scientific temper among the learners?


The University created a culture of instilling and nurturing creativity and
scientific temper among the learners by encouraging the students to
participate in the various academic and non academic platforms within
or outside the University like case studies, classroom projects and
assignments. Special emphasis is given to make the classroom sessions
interactive, thought provoking and Challenging to inculcate scientific
temper among learners.
The University creates an ambience that nurtures creativity and scientific
temper in the following ways:
1. University organizes mega literary and cultural fest
UNIVERSUMM every year, where students can show their talent.
2. University organizes various seminars, debates, quiz competitions,
technical fest & live projects at department/Institute/University
level.
3. Theme based poster making and working model project
competitions are organized to improve scientific temper e.g.
recently Electric Solar Vehicle Championship 2015 was organized
in Engineering College and our students bagged 2nd position on all
India Basis.
4. Inviting eminent experts to address and interact with the students to
trigger curiosity and the spirit of scientific exploration.
5. Group discussions, assignments, power point presentations and
audio video aids create scientific temper among the students.
6. Management Institute encourages students to participate in different
activities organized by professional clubs like finance club,
marketing club, HR club, sports club etc. Likewise each department
have their owns famous to encourage active participation of students
in international activities.
2.3.13

Does the university consider student projects mandatory in the


learning programme? If yes, for how many programmes have they
been (percentage of total) made mandatory?
Yes, the curriculum mandates student projects in the curriculum for a
wide range of UG and PG courses, as per the following details:
Sr. No. Institute Name

Name of the Program in


which projects are
Mandatory

%age of
Programees

1.

MMEC

All branches

100

2.

MMICT&BM

Ph. D, MCA

66

68

(MCA)
3.

MBA

Ph. D, MBA and BBA

75

4.

PHARMACY

Ph. D , B. Pharmacy,, M.
Pharmacy, Doctor of
Pharmacy (Pharm. D)

100

5.

NURSING
COLLEGE

Ph. D, M. Sc. (Nursing)

100

B. Sc. (Nursing),
PB B. Sc. (Nursing)

6.

NURSING
INSTITUTE

B. Sc (Nursing)

100

7.

LAW

Nil

Nil

8.

HOTEL
MGMT

BHM, B. Sc, M. Sc

60

9.

BPT

MPT

50

10.

Dental

Ph D, All PG courses

100 % of PG
Courses

11.

Medical

Ph D, All PG courses

100 % of PG
Courses

Names of external institutions associated with the Engineering College


for Student Project Work:
1. Edgefx technologies Pvt. Ltd., Hyderabad.
2. NDRI Karnal Haryana, India
3. CFTRI Mysore, Karnatka
4. DWR Karnal, Haryana, India
5. IBI Solutions Pvt. Ltd.,Panchkula,Haryana,India
6. IGIB, New Delhi
7. Thapar University Patiala,Punjab,India
2.3.14

Does the university have a well qualified pool of human resource to


meet the requirements of the curriculum? If there is a shortfall,
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how is it supplemented?
Yes, the University has a well qualified pool of human resource to
meet the requirements of the curriculum from time to time.
2.3.15

How are the faculty enabled to prepare computer-aided


teaching/ learning materials? What are the facilities available in
the University for such efforts?
The university has the following facilities for the faculty to prepare
computer-aided teaching learning material:

Every Department/Institute has Computers Labs with Internet


facility.

Most of the classes are fitted with Wi-Fi connected LCDs to


facilitate computer Aided ICT based Teaching.

Apart from e-resources available in the University Libraries,


many e-journals through DELNET are available in the
University.

In Law College, AIR Software to study decided cases of Supreme


Court, High Courts & Privy Council, SCC online database for
Cases, Articles, Acts & Bills are available for faculty & students.

Blogs have been developed by a few faculties members so that


students can interact with the subject teacher and also with class
mates for clarifying doubts and for sharing their understanding of
the subject.

Relevant software for applications and instructional facilities are


available.

Lecture halls are equipped with LCD projectors and effective


connectivity of Internet.

Faculty members attend the various STCs, FDP, workshops etc.


to update themselves.

Audio/video aids are available.

Language labs are available in the university.

Laptops and printers facilities are available at the


Institute/Departmental level.

Open source material is available.

Various ICT based refresher courses are organized in the


university.

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2.3.16

Does the university have a mechanism for the evaluation of


teachers by the students / alumni? If yes, how is the evaluation
feedback used to improve the quality of the teaching-learning
process?
Yes, the feedback is collected from the students during the
mentoring sessions and at the end of every semester/year at the
Institute/ department level. The feedback of the teachers is based on
the following key parameters:
Communication skills.
Syllabus covered
Interaction with the students
Class control
Punctuality
After collecting the feedback from the students, the feedback is
analyzed and an individual counseling is arranged by the head of
department with the faculty to improve the existing teaching
methodology and innovate better teaching practices.
University also obtains structured feedback from Alumni, Parents of
students and External Experts on regular basis.

2.4.1

Teacher Quality

2.4.1

How does the university plan and manage its human resources to
meet the changing requirements of the curriculum?

The University has the following provisions to facilitate the


upgradation of knowledge and pursuit of higher education for meeting
the changing requirements of curriculum:
Faculty members are encouraged to take part in FDP summer/winter
schools and various training programmes in their respective
specialization.

National and International Seminars/Workshops/Conferences to update


knowledge on recent trends in research and development.

Teachers autonomy, good working conditions and facilities.

University has signed MoUs with various industries to keep the faculty
abreast of ever changing requirements of the industry.

Most of the faculty members are actively engaged in research which


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helps in the upgradation of their knowledge skills.

2.4.2

University facilitates for upgradation of their qualification, research


output.

Talks of senior experts from Industry.

Furnish details of the faculty


Highest
Qualification

Professors

Associate
Professors

Assistant
Professors

Tota
l

Male

Female

Mal
e

Femal
e

Ma
le

Femal
e

D.Sc./D.Litt.

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Ph.D

47

17

24

17

19

13

137

M.Phil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

10

PG

85

28

68

54

216

154

605

Ph.D

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

M.Phil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

PG

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Permanent teachers

Temporary teachers

Part-time teachers
Ph.D

2.4.3

Does the university encourage diversity in its faculty recruitment?


Provide the following details (department / school-wise)
Department/ School

% of
faculty
from the
same
university

% of the
faculty
from
other
universiti
es within

% of
faculty
from
universities
outside the
State

% of
faculty
from
other
countri
es
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the State
MM Institute of Medical
Sciences & Research

2.5

15

82

0.5

MM College of Dental
Sciences & Research

29

18.4

52.6

MM Engineering College

23.7

32.2

43.8

0.3

MM Institute of
Management

20.6

50

26.5

2.9

MM Institute of
Computer Technology &
Business Management
(MCA)

25

60

15

MM College of Pharmacy

27

16.2

56.8

MM College of Nursing
and MM Institute of
Nursing

32

16

52

Department of Law

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27

MM Institute of
Computer Technology &
Business Management
(Hotel Management)

8.4

75

16.6

33.4

53.3

13.3

MM Institute of
Physiotherapy &
Rehabilitation

2.4.4

How does the university ensure that qualified faculty are


appointed for new programmes / emerging areas of study (Biotechnology, Bio-informatics, Material Science, Nanotechnology,
Comparative Media Studies, Diaspora Studies, Forensic
Computing, Educational Leadership, etc.)? How many faculty
members were appointed to teach new programmes during the last
four years?
While existing faculty is sufficient for the new courses, the following
additional faculty was appointed during last four years:1. Ms. Aparna Jindal, Asstt. Prof. (for Dietics)

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2. Ms. Neelam, Asstt. Prof. (for Dietics)


3. Dr. Tapan Kumar Mukherjee, Professor (for Biotech)
4. Dr. Ashwanti Devi, Assoc. Prof. (for Biotech)
5. Mr. Rohit Sharma, Asstt. Prof. (for B.Sc. Bio-Agri)
6. Mr. Vikas Kumar, Asstt. Prof. (for B.Sc. Bio-Agri)
7. Mr. Hardeep Singh, Asstt. Prof. (for Biotech)
8. Mr. Narender Chaudhry, Asstt. Prof. (for Biotech)
9. Dr. Gaurav Garg, Assoc. Prof. (for Biotech)
10. Dr. Ajay Kumar Gupta, Assoc. Prof. (for Biotech)-Left the job
11. Dr. Rishu Singla, Asstt. Prof. (for Biotech) Left the job
12. Dr. Rajeshree Bhattacharya, Asstt. Prof. (for Biotech)-Left the
job
13. Dr. Suniti Singh, Asstt. Prof. (for B.Sc.Bio-Agri)
14. Dr. Vikas Beniwal, Professor (for B.Sc. Bio-Agri)
15. Ms. Ridhi Mehta, Asstt. Prof. (for B.Sc. Bio-Agri)
2.4.5

How many Emeritus/Adjunct Faculty/Visiting Professors are on


the rolls of the university?
The following Faculty are on the rolls of the University:I) EMERITUS FACULTY:
Dr. R.P. Aggarwal, Former Director-MAMC Agroha (for Medical
College)
Dr. N.C. Mahajan, Former Faculty, GMC Jammu (for Medical
College)
Dr. R.P. Bajpai, Former Vice Chancellor, Kurukshetra University,
Kurukshetra (for ECE/ Nano-technology)
Dr. P.V. Gupta, Former Principal, NIT, Kurukshetra (for Electrical
Engg.)
Dr. B.S. Dahiya, Former Vice Chancellor, Kurukshetra University,
Kurukshetra (for English)
Dr. S. Arya, Former Vice Chancellor, KUK and Chaudhary Charan
Singh Haryana Agriculture University, Hisar (for Biotech)
Dr. S.L. Paul, Former
Kurukshetra (for English)

Professor,

Kurukshetra

University,

Dr. N.P. Mehta, Former Director, N.I.T., Kurukshetra (for


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Engineering)
Dr. H.P. Sinha, Professor (Retd.), MIT, Muzaffarpur
II) VISITING/ADJUNCT FACULTY:
Dr. Anil Jain, President, Vaiseshika Electron Devices, Ambala (for
Electronics)
Dr. S.L. Gupta, Former Professor & Dean, Kurukshetra University,
Kurukshetra (for Management)
Dr. R.K. Mittal, Former Dean, Faculty of Commerce, Kurukshetra
University, Kurukshetra (for Commerce)
Dr. Dushyant Gupta, Professor, GJU, Hisar (for Electronics)
Dr. Vikas Garg, Professor, UPPTU, Dehradun (for Civil Engg.)
Dr. Rajesh Goyal, Principal, MIT, Mohra (for Civil Engg.)
Dr. Narkeesh, Professor and HOD, Punjabi University, Patiala (for
Physiotherapy)
Dr. Manish Arora, Professor and HOD, SBSCP, Dehradun (for
Physiotherapy)
Dr. Arun Mozhi,
Physiotherapy)

Assoc.

Prof.,

SBSCP,

Dehradun

(for

Dr. Dinakaran, Assoc. Prof., Deptt. of Physiotherapy, DMC,


Ludhiana (for Physiotherapy)
Dr. Zafar U. Ahmed, Professor, Marketing & International
Business, Deptt. of Management & Marketing, College of Business
Administration, Kuwait University (for Management)
Dr. A. Kumarswamy
Implantology)

of

Mumbai

(for

Periodontics

and

Dr. Lal Pushpangadan Madathil of Karnataka (for Oral Pathology


and Microbiology)
Dr. S.S. Sandhu, Professor, Peoples Group, Madhya Pradesh (for
Biotech)
Dr. S.C. Sharma, Ex-Professor, Chemistry Deptt., MLN College,
Yamuna Nagar (for Chemistry)
Prof. R.C. Mehrotra, Principal, IHM, Lucknow (for F&B(Service)
Prof. Anand Kumar, Principal, IHM, Bhopal(for HKPG)
Prof. R.C. Pandey, Principal, GIHM, Dehradun (for F&B(P)
Prof. Mohd. Shahid Hasnan, Principal, IHM, Rohtak(for Bakery)
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Chef. Parminder Singh Dhillon, HOD, Punjabi University, Patiala


(for F&B(P) and Bakery)
2.4.6

What policies/systems are in place to academically recharge and


rejuvenate teachers (e.g. providing research grants, study leave,
nomination to national/international conferences/ seminars, inservice training, organizing national/international conferences etc.)
In addition to Academic leave, the teachers are also allowed financial
assistance for attending National/International Conference/Seminars/
Training Programme, etc. Apart from current sanctioned by various
funding agencies, the Departments/Institute are also allocated grant for
organising Seminars/Conferences, etc. in the University.

2.4.7

How many faculty received awards/recognitions for excellence in


teaching at the state, national and international level during the
last four years?
The faculty members have earned a number of distinctions. Prof. S.G.
Damle, Vice Chancellor after having been decorated with the BR
Vacher Oration award for the year 2007 by Indian Society of
Pedodontics & Preventive Dentistry, has been conferred with the Life
Time Achievement Award in 2008 by the same society. He is also
recipient of the Certificate of Merit by Pierre Fauchard Academy for
the year 2008. Recently, he has been admitted as a Doctoral Fellow of
the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow in 2014. In
addition to this, 80 more faculty members have earned distinctions at
National and International level. Some of the faculty members have
been invited to out on Guest Editors of specialized issue of reputed
International Journals.

2.4.8

How many faculty underwent staff development programmes during the


last four years (add any other programme if necessary)?
The faculty of University participate in various staff development
programs on regular basis. Details of staff development programmes
attended by faculty during last four years are as follows:
Refresher
Courses

HRD
Programmes

Orientation
Programmes

Staff
Training
Conducted
by the

Staff
Training
Conducted
by other

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Summer /
Winter
Schools,
Workshops,

Total

122

2.4.9

172

298

University

Institutions etc.

443

165

228

What percentage of the faculty have


been invited as resource persons in Workshops / Seminars /
Conferences organized by external professional agencies?

participated in external Workshops / Seminars / Conferences


recognized by national / international professional bodies?

presented papers in Workshops / Seminars / Conferences conducted


or recognized by professional agencies?

teaching experience in other universities / national institutions and


other institutions?
industrial engagement?

international experience in teaching?


Faculty invited
as
resource
persons
in
Workshops
/
Seminars
/
Conferences
organized
by
external
professional
agencies

Faculty
participated
in external
Workshops
/ Seminars
/
Conferences
recognized
by national /
international
professional
bodies

Presented
papers
in
Workshops
/ Seminars /
Conference
s conducted
or
recognized
by
professional
agencies

Teaching
experience
in
other
universities
/
national
institutions
and
other
institutions

Faculty
having
Industri
al
engage
ment

Faculty with
International
experience in
teaching

Percentage

Percentage

Percentage

Percentage

Percentage

Percentage

MMEC

6.68

59.87

57

15.92

4.1

1.2

MCA

19.04

57.14

57.14

52.38

Nil

Nil

Mgt

36

32

32

PHARMACY

21.62

80

77

50

24.32

Nil

NURSING
COLLEGE

23

50

25

43

Nil

04

77

NURSING
INSTITUTE

32

66

32%

56%

Nil

Nil

LAW

3.84

30.76

61.53

61.53

92.30

Nil

HOTEL
MGMT

18

54

54

50

Nil

Nil

Physiotherapy

21.42

100

21.42

28.57

7.2

Nil

DENTAL

24.4

66.2

43

4.60

Nil

2.3

MEDICAL

10

70

40

80

Nil

2%

2.4.10

How often does the university organize academic development


programmes (e.g.: curriculum development, teaching-learning
methods, examination reforms, content / knowledge management,
etc.) for its faculty aimed at enriching the teaching-learning
process?
The University regularly organizes academic development programmes
based on themes such as curriculum development and teaching
learning methods. Faculty is also encouraged to attend such type of
programmes being organized by other specialized Institutes like
NITTTR Chandigarh.
The Boards of Studies of all courses meet periodically to discuss and
finalize qualitative changes in the curriculum through detailed
discussions with internal faculty, external experts, alumni feedback on
syllabus. The discussions also make recommendations on question
paper setting and other possible examination reforms. Autonomy has
provided space for including and framing the curriculum as per the
advancement in technology and the need of the industry. The
suggestions are carried out in the curriculum by introducing new
papers, hands-on-training like practical, projects and so on.
University organises conferences, seminars, symposiums, workshops
and training programs at regular intervals which are aimed at enriching
the teaching-learning process. As per MCI guidelines 100% faculty of
Medical college must undergo Basic course in medical education. Such
courses workshops are run by MCI at designated centres periodically
for academic development/teaching learning methods.

2.4.11

Does the university have a mechanism to encourage


Mobility of faculty between universities for teaching?

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Yes, the University has a mechanism to encourage mobility of faculty


between universities for teaching as well as research related activities.
University has signed MOUs with many Universities in which there is a
provision for faculty exchange. Some faculty members of Engineering &
Management have already visited few Universities in Africa. Moreover
some faculty members have been visiting other institutes/universities for
delivering guest lectures/invited talks.
Dr. Damle, Vice-Chancellor has visited many Universities for delivering
expert talks Dr. Rajshree Khare, Prof. (Chemistry) presented a lecture at
the University of Toronto at its 93rd Canadian Chemistry Conference in
2010. Dr. Anil Sharma, HOD (Biotech) gave a lecture series at MM
Modi College. Other Faculty members have also been invited by
universities to deliver expert talks. Moreover, few faculty members like
Dr. Mayank Kinger, (Chemistry), Dr. Vinod Kumar (Chemistry) and
Dr. Sanjeev Gupta (Skin) have also visited foreign universities for
further research.
Faculty exchange programmes with national and international
bodies?
Yes, as already stated, the University has MoUs with many national and
international organisations to encourage faculty exchange programs.
Some faculty members of the University have visited Universities in
African countries. Same way faculty members from some foreign
Universities like Philadelphia University, Saint Josephs University
(USA) and Kuwait University have delivered lectures to engineering and
management students.
*If yes, how have these schemes helped in enriching the quality of the
faculty?
Schemes of the aforementioned kind have surely helped in enriching the
quality of the faculty in the following ways:
a) Faculty members are able to present their skills at national and
international platform, which gave them a wider exposure.
b) It helped faculty members to initiate dialogue with academicians and
researchers with whom their areas of interest overlapped, and thereby
considerably ameliorated their research skills through interaction with
them.

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2.5

Evaluation Process and Reforms

2.5.1 How does the university ensure that all the stakeholders are aware of
the evaluation processes that are in place?
Students, parents and the industries are informed about the processes
through periodic notifications, handbooks and ordinances. All these are also
made available in the University library at all times and also on University
website.
Further students are always encouraged to seek this information from their
respective mentors.
Parents are also informed about the same through orientation programmes.
Industry sector is informed about the evaluation processes in place through
one on one interaction with industry representatives during their visit to the
campus.
2.5.2

What are the important examination reforms initiated by the


university and to what extent have they been implemented in the
university departments and affiliated colleges? Cite a few examples
which have positively impacted the examination management system.

University has adopted Credit based evaluation system wherein 40%


weightage is given to internal evaluation and 60% to external
evaluation.

University follows a continuous evaluation system in order to assess


the students progression throughout the course.

University has well defined and documented evaluation system which


is communicated to the students by the concern department before
course begins.

The internal evaluation is of continuous nature and is carried out by


internal teachers, however the external evaluation is done by external
examiners.

Since there is continuous internal evaluation, students attend the


classes regularly and sincerely.

To mention as bottom line, there is continuous teaching, continuous


learning, parallel and continues evaluation, etc. are the best practices
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which improves the performance of the students at academic level and


help for smoothing the examination process.
For example, continuous evaluation through unit tests, quizzes, home
assignments, tutorial sheets, mid-term and end-term examinations have
been in place from the inception of University which have positive
impact on examination management system.

2.5.3

Annual convocation is also a regular feature of the University to confer


degrees to the graduates with multiple security features to avoid any
kind of tempering and misuse.

What is average time taken by the university for declaration of


examination results? In case of delay, what measures have been taken
to address them? Indicate the mode/media adopted by the university
for the publication of examination results (e.g. website, SMS, e-mail
etc.).
The results of examinations are computerized and declared in a time bound
schedule. While for some of the examination results are declared even
within couple of days after the termination of examination, in such courses
which have large number of candidates, it takes 2-4 weeks in its
declaration. The result is also notified through e-mails. The results are also
verified on the University website.

2.5.4

How does the university ensure transparency in the evaluation


process? What are the rigorous features introduced by the university
to ensure confidentiality?
The following measures are taken to keep the evaluation process
transparent and confidential.
i)

Appointment of Paper Setters/Examiners: The paper


setters/examiners are appointed from the panels of examiners
recommended by the respective Board of Studies and approved by
the Academic Council. As per rules, two sets of question papers are
got set from the paper setter and out of these two sets, one set is got
printed from confidential printer by sending the sealed confidential
cover as has been received from the paper setter to the confidential
printer. The confidential printer has been engaged from a distant
place maintaining one man secrecy on his identity.

ii)

Evaluation of Answer Books: The answer books attempted by the


students are received from the examination centres on daily basis
immediately after the examination and each of the answer book is
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marked with security code numbers to hide the identity of the


student before sending the same for evaluation to the paper
setter/examiner. However, in case, the paper setter is unable to
evaluate the complete lot of answer books or the number of answer
book is reasonably large in any paper or on account of exigency of
time, evaluation is got done from some other examiners approved
by the Academic Council on the recommendations of Board of
Studies. The award list is prepared by the evaluators/examiners by
entering marks obtained by student against the code numbers in the
award list. Then, after the checking of evaluated answer books by
checking assistant, the decoding is done and the award list is sent to
the programmer for preparation and declaration of results after
scrutiny. Further, the marks awarded by the evaluators are being fed
into the computer systems using OMR ready sheets.
2.5.5

Does the university have an integrated examination platform for the


following processes?
*

Pre-examination processes Time table generation, OMR,


student list generation, invigilators, squads, attendance sheet,
online payment gateway, etc.

Examination process Examination material management,


logistics, etc.

Post-examination process Attendance capture, OMR-based


exam result, auto processing, generic result processing,
certification, etc.

University has an integrated examination platform for all the processes


listed below:

The examination schedule for each term are announced at the


beginning of the year through academic calender.

At the end of the term, a detailed date wise examination schedule is


notified and informed to the students.

Faculty members are also informed well in advance of their


invigilation
duties
like
Centre
Superintendents/Deputy
Superintendents/Invigilators.

Controller
of
Examinations
Directors/Principals/HODs ensures
examination.

Centre Superintendents deliver the Answer books in the


examination branch on daily basis just after the examination ends

with
the
the smooth

help
conduct

of
of

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and are dispatched within a week to the examiners for evaluation


after coding (hiding the identity of students) the attempted answer
books to maintain the secrecy.

Detailed Marks cards are provided to the students within a week


from the declaration of results.

Further, the marks awarded by the evaluators are being fed into the
computer systems using OMR ready sheets.

2.5.6 Has the university introduced any reforms in its Ph.D. evaluation
process?
The Ph.D. Programme is carried out strictly as per UGC regulations of
2009.

2.5.7

Admissions in Ph.D. course is made through All India Entrance


Examination followed by interview by Departmental Research
Committee (DRC) /Institutional Research Committee (IRC).

The Supervisor is appointed from within the faculty of the


Department/Institute by Departmental Research Committee/Board of
Studies/Institutional Research Committee and is finally approved by
the Academic Council.

The topic and synopsis of research is approved by DRC/IRC based on


presentation of student and finally the topic is approved by the
Academic Council.

The progress of the research student is monitored and reviewed


regularly by DRC/IRC.

At least one examiner has mandatorily from outside state/country. In


some cases, the appointment of Examiner ship has also made from
other countries like USA, Australia, England, Canada, UAE and
Singapore etc.

The identity of supervisor and candidate is not disclosed in the thesis.

Publication of at least one research paper in indexed journal is a


mandatory requirement for the submission of thesis.

The university has an agreement with INFLIBNET for depository of


the Thesis/Dissertations on its website, Shodhganga

Has the university created any provision for including the name of the
college in the degree certificate?

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Yes, the name of College/Institute of the university is mentioned on the


degrees awarded to the students.
2.5.8

2.5.9

What is the mechanism for redressal of grievances with reference to


examinations?
1.

Complaint Committee: The complaints of students regarding


errors in question papers, misprinting etc. are considered by
complaint committee and remedial actions are taken as per
university rules.

2.

Unfair Means Committee: The malpractice cases reported during


the examinations are considered by Unfair Means Committee where
a chance is given to concerned student to defend himself before
taking any action by the committee.

3.

Appellate Committee: If a student is not satisfied by the decision


of Unfair Means Committee, he/she is given permission to appeal
against the decision in Appellate Committee.

4.

Re-checking/Re-evaluation/Identification of Answer Book: If a


student is not satisfied with his/her result, he/she can apply for rechecking, re-evaluation and/or identification of his/her answer book
as per rules of the university. However, the re-evaluation is not
allowed in Project reports, Dissertations, Practical Answer Books,
Viva-Voce Reports, and where the answer books are evaluated by
Two Examiners.

What efforts have been made by the university to streamline the


operations at the office of the Controller of Examinations? Mention
any significant efforts which have improved the process and
functioning of the examination division/section.
The following steps have been taken to streamline and improvement in
working of the office of the Controller of Examination:
1.

Division of Examination Section: The operation of office of the


Controller of Examinations have been streamlined by dividing the
examination branch into various sections, such as secrecy, conduct,
result and re-evaluation. Each of the section is headed by an
independent branch officer of the rank of Deputy/Assistant
Registrar supported by section superintendent and other staff. The
entire Examination Wing works under the supervision and control
of the Controller of Examinations.
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2.

Computerization of Results: The result branch is fully


computerized and all results are declared through the software.
Qualified Programmers have been appointed for computerized
declaration of results and printing Detailed Marks Cards for all
courses.

3.

Credibility and sanctity of Examination system: the credibility


and confidentiality in the process of examinations is maintained
through one man secrecy of confidential printing of question papers
from confidential printer and handling the post examination process
of evaluation by secrecy branch officers.

.4.

Coding and decoding of Answer Books: The Examination Branch


hides the identity of the students mentioned on the answer books
and assign an unique code before the evaluation process and
decoding is done to identify the student during the declaration of
result. Further, the marks awarded by the evaluators are being fed
into the computer systems using OMR ready sheets

2.6.1 Has the university articulated its Graduate Attributes? If so, how does
it facilitate and monitor its implementation and outcome?
The university has articulated its graduate attributes to make them a
worthy citizen of global society and making them the best professional by
inculcating academic, research and social attributes. The Vision of the
University has articulated certain graduate attributes. Graduate attributes
such as Linguistic proficiency level, knowledge base, culturally rich value
system, scientific temperament, tolerance, individual and team work and
coexistence have been incorporated in the curriculum of various
Departments /Faculties. The University implements these qualities
through academic curriculum, cocurricular and extracurricular activities
such as extension activities, industrial visits and NSS.
The University provides facilities for improving the soft skills of students
to enhance their employability opportunities. Pre-placement training is
also provided to students during their final year. Periodical tests are
arranged to assess and formulate a mechanism to improve on the aptitude
and subject skills.
Further, monitoring is done through examination, feedback from different
stakeholders such as students, alumni, parents and employers.
2.6.2 Does the university have clearly stated learning outcomes for its
academic programmes? If yes, give details on how the students and staff
are made aware of these?
Yes, the institute has clearly stated Programme Educational Objectives
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(PEO), Programme Outcomes (PO) and Course Outcomes (CO) for all
theory and lab courses. These outcomes are listed in the course file of the
individual teacher and students are informed about these during their course
work. Counselling is done for all the students on the importance of learning
outcomes. Departmental meetings are organized and there is a continuous
briefing on Learning Outcomes to the staff.
2.6.3 How are the universitys teaching, learning and assessment strategies
structured to facilitate the achievement of the intended learning
outcomes?
The University has evolved its own teaching, learning and assessment
strategies as mentioned below in order to facilitate achievement of intended
learning outcomes:

Major quality enhancement measures have been undertaken in the


teaching and learning process and modernized the same based on
the requirement of curriculum and feedback from the students,
faculty, alumni and employers.

Minor / Major Projects, Industrial Visits, Training in various


corporate houses, Seminars and assignments are made part of the
courses.

Interaction between successful and well placed alumni with the


students in the Institute is encouraged via alumni meet.

Modern teaching aids are employed in teaching and learning


process.

Eminent experts from academia and industries deliver special


lectures on recent trends and developments in their fields of
expertise to the students.

Industrial training and mini projects are given credit to motivate


students to receive training from industries and also to take up
creative steps to do projects.
Quality Assessments are given to students to make them aware to
identify a problem in the society, look for solutions, choose the
best solution and implement it
Some of the Projects are given to make the students to learn how to
do research. By varying certain parameters, they are able to collect
data and analyze the same to find better working conditions

Teachings are collaborated with clinical postings, field visits to


enhance the skill oriented learning among students.

Technical institutions follow continuous learning and evaluation.


So during each semester two sessional examinations are conducted
followed by final exams. The weightage of sessional and final
exams are in the ratio of 40:60. This has been done in order to
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engage the students for incremental learning.

2.6.4

In Medical Side courses, formative assessment is done throughout


the year in term of sessional examinations, tests, assignments,
various clinical requirements and clinical evaluation followed by
summative evaluation at the end of academic session.

How does the university collect and analyse data on student learning
outcomes and use it to overcome the barriers to learning?
As per the guidelines of Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) of
National Accreditation and Assessment Committee (NAAC), the
University distributes student feedback-form through the departments and
collects the feedback. The student feedback is analysed and modifications,
if any, are implemented on time to time. Further during each semester the
feedback is obtained from the students on the curriculum and the syllabi of
the subjects they have studied in the previous semester. The feedback
obtained is scrutinized carefully and the significant changes or the
recommendations are submitted to the concerned head of department.
After declaration of University examination results, result analysis is
performed in order to find the weak areas of the students. Accordingly
additional inputs are provided to the students to enhance their learning.
Similarly, feedback from Alumni, Employers and parents is taken into
consideration for assessing the learning outcome of the students.
For example, Pharmacy Institute collects and analyzes the data on learning
outcomes to overcome the barriers of learning and which a continuous
process. This collection and analysis of data is used for planning and
overcoming barriers of learning. For example- if a student finds particular
unit/component difficult, the respective teacher uses a different method to
simplify and clarify the above mentioned difficult component/unit of a
subject. If the teacher realizes that the method he is using in the classroom
is not working properly, he automatically changes his methods and adopts
student- friendly method of teaching. The faculty members arrange extra/
special classes for advanced and slow learners. Dental college also carries
out subjective assessment of randomly selected students.

2.6.5

What are the new technologies deployed by the university in enhancing


student learning and evaluation and how does it seek to meet fresh/
future challenges?
The latest technologies are deployed by the University for enhancing
student learning for meeting future challenges as described asunder:

Spoken Tutorial Workshops through ICT in association with IIT,


Bombay.

E- learning; online resources for instance: EBSCO, live projects


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including data analysis through statistical software to enhance


practical knowledge of the students

Practical laboratory experiments and work on field projects as


designed and used by the students help them to understand system for
industry.

ICT enabled teaching learning facility including Online videos


(NPTEL, MIT press) and INFLIBNET/ DELNET.

To meet the changing health demands of the community and to create


awareness regarding prevention of life style diseases school health
programmes, women health check up, mass awareness programmes,
incidental health talks are organized by the college which in turn
enhance the communication and leadership and resource mobilization
capabilities among students.

Industrial Visits, Seminars, Educational Trips, Expert Talks,


Workshops, Alumni Meet, Quiz Competitions and Technical Fests are
organised on regular basis.

High bandwidth connectivity with Wi-Fi facility.

Video Conferencing/ Virtual classroom.

Use of biometrics and digital verification methodologies in admission


process.

Availability of e-journals and Mass Online Open Courses.

These latest technologies will help in enriching the learning process of


students and shall help them to face the future challenges.
CRITERION III: RESEARCH, CONSULTANCY AND EXTENSION
3.1

Promotion of Research

3.1.1

Does the university have a Research Committee to monitor and


address issues related to research? If yes, what is its composition?
Mention a few recommendations which have been implemented
and their impact.
Yes, there is provision of the following Research Committee in the
University to monitor and address issues related to research.
Research Degree committee consists of Senior most Professor of the
University, Dean/Director of the Institute and concerned Supervisor.
Departmental Research Committee consists of Dean/HOD of the
concerned department, all professors, one associate professor and one
assistant professor possessing the research degree of Ph.D. to be by
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rotation on seniority.
Research Projects Evaluation Committee consists of Director of
Research, Dean of faculty, Head of concerned department and two
subject experts to examine the technical and financial details of the
proposed projects for funding to apply projects, patents, copy rights
and publications in indexed journals.
Research Advisory Committee -It consists of Principals of various
constituent colleges, HOD, senior faculty members possessing PhD
degree.
Institutional Animal Ethics Committee (IAEC) monitors the
conduct of experiments on animals as per regulations of CPCSEA
(Committee for the purpose of control and supervision on Experiments
on animals). The University has two Institutional Animal Ethics
Committees approved by the CPCSEA.
Institutional Ethics Committee (IEC): All projects involving clinical
trials and use of human samples for research are monitored by the IEC.
The Institutional Ethics Committee of the University (IEC) is duly
approved by the office of Central Drugs Standards Control
Organization, office of Drug Controller General (India), Minsitry of
Health & Family Welfare, New Delhi.
Recommendation and their Impact
Research Degree Committee: Taking into consideration the reports of
the examiners, and the Research Degree Committee makes necessary
recommendations for the award of the research degree of Ph.D.
In case the reports of the Examiners are not satisfactory, the Committee
recommends either to reject or refer back the thesis.
Departmental Research Committee(DRC): The Departmental
Research Committee consider the topic and synopsis of the Research
Student of Ph.D. for approved by the Board of Studies and the
Academic Council and monitors the Progress Reports of the Ph.D.
students in the subject periodically and make necessary
recommendations for final submission of the thesis in case pre
submission Seminar presented by the Research Student is satisfactory.
But in case progress of any Research Student is not satisfactory, the
registration of the Research Students is cancelled on its
recommendations.

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Research Projects Evaluation Committee: It helps faculty and


students to improve the quality of their research proposals before
submission to any funding agency.
Research Advisory Committee: The Research Advisory Committee
motivates the faculty members to apply for more number of research
projects undertaking consultancy assignments, contributing research
papers in reputed Journals, encouraging the faculty for undertaking
research.
3.1.2

What is the policy of the university to promote research in its


affiliated / constituent colleges?
For promoting the research in constituent Colleges/ Institutes, the
University has the following policies:
All faculty members possessing Ph.D. Degree in the subject concerned
with the three years teaching experiences are eligible to act as
supervisors for guiding research students. They may also supervise
research projects in collaboration with other universities/Institutes
having MOU with M. M. University.
The faculty members are encouraged to conduct research in their
research areas leading to research publications in reputed
national/international journals, award of copyrights/patents.
The University also encourages junior faculty of the constituent
colleges to initiate process for post graduate teaching so that the faculty
members are getting motivated to conduct more research.
The university is providing all kinds of financial assistance to purchase
chemicals/Instruments, etc to facilitate the research.
The University brings out eight Research Journals of different
specialisations for promotion of research activities and generating
research aptitude among the faculty:
1. Contemporary Clinical Dentistry (CCD)
2. MMU Journal of Management Practices (MMUJMP)
3. Journal of Engineering & Technology (JET)
4. International Journal Of Information Dissemination And
Technology (IJIDT)
5. Global Journal of Pharmaceutical Education & Research
(GJPER)
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6. Current Trends in Biotechnology & Chemical Research


(CTBCR)
7. BRICS Journal of Educational Research (BRICSJER)
8. Clinical Communiqus & Medical Education (CCME)
3.1.3

What are the proactive mechanisms adopted by the university to


facilitate the smooth implementation of research schemes/
projects?
Organisation of Workshops to make faculty aware about the
various schemes of different funding agencies and procedure to
apply.
Encouraging newly appointed faculty members to apply fast Track
grants (UGC, DST).
MOA signed with the National Research Development Corporation
(an Enterprise of Department of Scientific and Industrial Research,
Ministry of Science & Technology, Govt. of India) for sale and
right of licensing and commercial exploitation of technology on
sharing basis.
University has signed the memorandums of understanding with
Benchmark Universities/Institutions for knowledge transfer and
University Industry Interface sharing of research data:
I)

Directorate of Wheat Research, Karnal

ii)

Central Soil Salinity Research

iii) IBI Bio Solution Pvt Ltd, Panchkula

Quick evaluation of the research projects by IAEC/IEC.


Release of funds from university for the sanctioned Projects and
research fellowships etc.
Regular communication with principal investigator (PI)
Support for the submission of utilization certificate of the research
funds
Regular audit check up
Simplified procedure for purchase of instruments, chemicals, books
and other materials for the sanctioned projects from the grant
sanctioned by the funding agency or in advance from University
funds.

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3.1.4

How is interdisciplinary research promoted?

MM University has wide range of specializations with different


departments which provides ideal platform to do interdisciplinary
research.

The research work is carried out at departmental level with


supervisor and co-supervisor from other institutes.

The University has policy of appointment of co-supervisors of


different specializations from various IITs, NIT, central research
institutes and Government universities where the sophisticated
instruments research facilities are available.
MOU has also been signed from different institutions/Industry for
the collaborative/interdisciplinary research, as per following details.

Sr.
No.

Department

MoU signed with institute

MM University

National Research Development Corporation,


New Delhi

MM University

Recognized
as
SCIENTIFIC
AND
INDUSTRIAL
RESEARCH
ORGANIZATION
(SIRO)
by
the
Department of Scientific and Industrial
Research (DSIR), Govt. of India.

3.

MM University

Intellectual Property Owners Association

4.

MM College of Pharmacy

Bio Instrument Technologies

5.

MM College of Pharmacy

Oniosome Health Care Pvt. Ltd., Mohali

6.

MM College of Pharmacy

Avecon Health Care Pvt. Ltd.

7.

MM College of Pharmacy

Brothers Laboratory Pvt. Ltd.

8.

MM College of Pharmacy

Brothers Pharma Pvt. Ltd.

9.

MM College of Pharmacy

Unijules Life Sciences, Nagpur

MM College of Nursing

Indian Nursing Council, Combined Council


Building , Kotla Road, Temple Lane, New Delhi

MMEC/BIOTECHNOLOGY

Directorate of wheat research (ICAR) Karnal

MMEC/BIOTECHNOLOGY

Central Soil Salinity Research institute, Karnal


(Haryana)

MMEC/BIOTECHNOLOGY

IBI SOLUTIONS
Haryana, India

MMEC/BIOTECHNOLOGY

Bhopal Memorial Hospital & Research Centre


(BMHRC) Bhopal, India

MMEC/BIOTECHNOLOGY

National Dairy Research Institute (NDRI),


Karnal, Haryana

1.

2.

10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.

PVT.LTD.

Panchkula,

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16.

3.1.5

MMEC/Civil Engineering

The Institution of Civil Engineers (India),


Career House, Bandra Complex, Model Town,
Ludhiana (Punjab)

Give details of workshops/ training programmes/sensitization


programmes conducted by the university to promote a research
culture on campus.
The details of the workshops/ training programmes/ sensitization
programmes conducted by the university to promote a research culture
on campus are given below:
Workshop/
Training
Programs /
Sr.
Institute Name
No.

Programme Name

Sensitization
programs (To
promot research
Culture )

Date(s)

Maharishi Markandeshwar Engineering College


1.

MMEC

Entrepreneurship

Workshop

26.03.2014 to
28.03.2014

(Bio Tech)

Awareness Camp
(National)-

Frontier Tools &


Workshop
Techniques in
Biotechnology (National)Resource Person: Dr. Ravi
Thakur and scientists from
BSRC Zirakpur,
Chandigarh, INDIA.
Sponsored by BSRC,
Zirakpur

25.02.2013 to
26.02.2013

Resource Person:Mr.
S.K.Narang, Project
Associate, Sponsored by
HARDICON-STED-Science
& Technology EDC
(promoted by DST, New
Delhi)
2.

MMEC
( Bio Tech)

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3.

MMEC
( Bio Tech)

FDP on Enterpreneurship FDP


(National)- HARDICONSTED-Science &
Technology EDC
Sponsored by HARDICONSTED-Science &
Technology EDC
(promoted by DST, New
Delhi)

19.03.2012 to
30.03.2012

4.

MMEC

M.H.R.D. Sponsored ICT FDP


based F.D.P. through
N.I.T.T.T.R. Chandigarh on
Curriculum
Implementation

25.11.2013 to
29.11.2013

5.

MMEC

AICTE sponsored FDP on


Challenges in Power
System Operational and
Control

25.07.2011 to
29.07.2011

6.

MMEC (PHY) Workshop on Astrophysics Workshop


organized by (Sponsoring
Agency Vigyan Parsar,
Department of Science
&Technology, New Delhi

06.08.2013 to
07.08.2013

7.

MMEC (CHE) Spectroscopic Techniques National


and Their Applications, by Workshop
Department of Chemistry,
M.M.University, Mullana

12.11. 2011.

8.

MMEC (CHE) A Seminar- National


Safety in
Seminar by Department of Chemistry
Chemistry,
laboratory
M.M.University, Mullana

12.11.2014

9.

MMEC (PHY) Phoenix Training Program, Training Program 11.10.2011


organized by Department of
Physics, MMEC, Mullana,

FDP

(Sponsoring Agency Inter


University Accelerator
Centre -New Delhi)
10.

MMEC (EED) Lecture on Research


Methodology by. Dr. J. S.
Saini

Sensitization

27.06.2011

Maharishi Markandeshwar College of Dental Science and Research

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11.

MMCDSR

National TMJ PG
Symposium

Symposium

July 2007

Maharishi Markandeshwar Institute of Medical Science and Research


12.

MMIMSR

Thesis writing workshop

Workshop

04.08.2014 to
05.08.2014

13.

MMIMSR

Protocol writing

Sensitization

05.06.2014

14.

MMIMSR

Research tools

Sensitization

05.04.2014

15.

MMIMSR

Research Methodology

Training Programs 03.11.2012

16.

MMIMSR

Writing the introduction


and bibliography

Training Programs 14.09.2012

17.

MMIMSR

Basics of statistics and


commonly use software

Training Programs 21.08.2013 to


22.08.2013

Maharishi Markandeshwar Institute of Management


18.

MMIM

A shift in consumer
MDP
buying behavior:
Challenges and Prospects
Strategic Branding

12.08. 2015

19.

MMIM

Effective ways for


FDP
enhancement of Academia
Sills

03.08.2015 to
07.08.2015

20.

MMIM

Statistical Techniques in
Research

23.08.2014 to
24.08.2014

21.

MMIM

Personality & Professional Motivational


Skills Enhancement
workshop

24.01.2014

22.

MMIM

Dynamic of effective
Teaching

FDP

31.12.2014

23.

MMIM

Effective Communication
skills

Workshop

23.08.2013

Workshop

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24.

MMIM

One day workshop on


Entrepreneurship
Development

Workshop

April,2012

25.

MMIM

Marketing Research
Process & Data Analysis

Staff Development 15.12.2011 to


Programme
29.12.2011

26.

MMIM

Faculty Development
Programme on
Entrepreneurship

FDP

20.11.2009 to
04.12.2009

27.

MMIM

Faculty Development
Programme on SYSTAT

FDP

Jan 2008

28.

MMIM

FDP on Personality
Development Jointly with
Personality Developement
& Counselling cell,
Mullana.

FDP

June 2007

29.

MMIM

Faculty Development
FDP
Programme on Research
Methods for Academicians

July 2007

Maharishi Markandeshwar Institute of Computer Technology and Business


Management (Hotel Management)
30.

MMICT
&BM(HM)

ESDP Program on Bakery


Products

Training Program 06.08.2014 to


16.09.2014

31.

MMICT
&BM(HM)

Bartending

Workshop

29.01.2014

32.

MMICT
&BM(HM)

Food Security and Gender


Concerns

Workshop

15.02.2012

33.

MMICT
&BM(HM)

Mexican Food Preparation Workshop

02.03.2012

34.

MMICT
&BM(HM)

Vegetable Carving

11.01.2011

35.

MMICT
&BM(HM)

Cake Decoration and Icing Demonstration


cum Workshop

Workshop

15.02.2011

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36.

MMICT
&BM(HM)

Resume Writing Skills

Workshop

20.09.2011

37.

MMICT
&BM(HM)

Bar Tending Skills

Workshop

21.09.2011

38.

MMICT
&BM(HM)

Interview Preparation
Skills

Workshop

20.10.2011 to
22.10.2011

39.

MMICT
&BM(HM)

Team Building in Hotels

Group Exercise

02.11.2011

40.

MMICT
&BM(HM)

F&B(Service)

Capacity Building September 2011


Program

F&B(Production)
Hunar se Rojgar

41.

MMICT
&BM(HM)

Interview Skills

Workshop

27.09.2011

42.

MMICT
&BM(HM)

Food Hygiene in Kitchen

Workshop

10.09.2010

43.

MMICT
&BM(HM)

Low Fat Healthy Food

Workshop

15.04.2009

44.

MMICT
&BM(HM)

Service Quality Assurance Faculty


in Hospitality Industry
Development
Program

02.03.2009

Maharishi Markandeshwar Institute of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation


45.

MMIPR

Zephyr- Changing
National
perspective Evidence based Workshop and
practice and clinical
Cultural
implication in
physiotherapy

07.02.2011 to
08.02.2011

46.

MMIPR

Workshop on Lumbar spine Workshop


Assessment and manual
therapy technique.

06.04. 2012

47.

MMIPR

International workshop on Workshop


balancing evidenced based
medicine with clinical
reasoning -PNF

21.08.2012

48.

MMIPR

International workshop on Workshop


Osteopathy and chiropractic
adjustment on Spine

20.02.2013 to
21.02.2013

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49.

MMIPR

Certification Course in
National
Osteopathy and modified
Workshop
chiropractic techniques for
cervical spine and shoulder

14.02.2015 to
15.02.2015

Maharishi Markandeshwar Institute of Computer Technology and Business


Management (MCA)
50.

MMICT & BM LATEX


(MCA)

Workshop

22.12.14

51.

MMICT & BM NS 3 sponsored by IEEE


(MCA)

Workshop

12.05.14

52.

MMICT & BM SCILAB


(MCA)

Workshop

21.02.14

53.

MMICT & BM SCILAB


(MCA)

Workshop

16.12.13

54.

MMICT & BM Quantitative Methods of


(MCA)
Computer Applications

Workshop

16.07.2010 to
18.07.2010

Maharishi Markandeshwar College of Pharmacy


55.

MMCP

Good Clinical Practice


(GCP)

One day
Workshop

21.02.2015

56.

MMCP

Recent advances in
Preclinical Pharmacology

One day
Workshop

16.10.2014

57.

MMCP

Induction Training
Programme on Student
Evaluation

FDP

04.08.2014 to
08.08.2014

58.

MMCP

Rationale Drug Use and


Disease Management

Two Week
Programme

30.06.2014 to
11.07.2014

59.

MMCP

Induction Training
Programme on
Communication Skill

FDP

23.06.2014 to
27.06.2014

60.

MMCP

Induction Training
Programme through ICT

Short Term
Course

09.06.2014 to
13.06.2014

61.

MMCP

Pharmacy Practice
Training For Pharmacy
Teachers

One Week
Programme

16.12.2013 to
21.12.2013

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62.

MMCP

Current Trends in
Workshop
Intellectual Property rights

09.10.2013

63.

MMCP

Data Acquisition SystemNext Generation Tools in


Biomedical Research and
Education

Workshop

12.03.2013

64.

MMCP

Analytical Techniques for


Research in Pharmacy

Workshop

07.12.2012

Maharishi Markandeshwar College of Nursing


65.

MMCN

Research Methodology

FDP

15.11.2008

66.

MMCN

Research methodology and FDP


reviewing the synopsis

10.06.2009

67.

MMCN

Experimental Research
Approach & Teaching
Research Skills

FDP

03.11.2010 to
04.11.2010

68.

MMCN

Statistical Analysis using


Statistical Package SPSS

Workshop

10.01.2014 to
11.01.2014

69.

MMCN

Hands-on Workshop on
Workshop
Statistical Analysis using
Statistical Package (SPSS)

08.12.2014 to
09.12.2014

70.

MMCN

HIV/AIDS TON

Workshop

09.06.2009 to
13.06.2009

71.

MMCN

HIV/AIDS TON

Workshop

23.06.2009 to
27.06.2009

72.

MMCN

HIV/AIDS TON

Workshop

08.09.2009 to
12.09.2009

73.

MMCN

HIV/AIDS TON

Workshop

15.09.2009 to
19.09.2009

74.

MMCN

HIV/AIDS TON

Workshop

17.11.2009 to
21.11.2009

75.

MMCN

HIV/AIDS TON

Workshop

23.11.2009 to
27.11.2009

99

76.

MMCN

HIV/AIDS TON

Workshop

30.11.2009 to
04.11.2009

77.

MMCN

HIV/AIDS TON

Workshop

09.03.2010 to
13.03.2010

78.

MMCN

HIV/AIDS TON

Workshop

26.03.2010 to
30.03.2010

79.

MMCN

HIV/AIDS TON

Workshop

22.02.2010 to
26.02.2010

80.

MMCN

HIV/AIDS TON

Workshop

07.06.2010 to
11.06.2010

81.

MMCN

HIV/AIDS TON

Workshop

14.06.2010 to
18.06.2010

82.

MMCN

HIV/AIDS TON

Workshop

21.06.2010 to
25.06.2010

83.

MMCN

HIV/AIDS TON

Workshop

30.08.2010 to
03.08.2010

84.

MMCN

HIV/AIDS TON

Workshop

06.09.2010 to
10.09.2010

85.

MMCN

HIV/AIDS TON

Workshop

13.09.2010 to
17.09.2010

86.

MMCN

HIV/AIDS TON

Workshop

17.10.2011 to
22.10.2011

87.

MMCN

HIV/AIDS TON

Workshop

07.11.2011 to
12.11.2011

88.

MMCN

HIV/AIDS TON

Workshop

21.11.2011 to
26.11.2011

89.

MMCN

HIV/AIDS TON

Workshop

28.11.2011 to
03.11.2011

90.

MMCN

HIV/AIDS TON

Workshop

05.12.2011 to
10.12.2011

91.

MMCN

HIV/AIDS TON

Workshop

01.09.2014 to
06.09.2014

92.

MMCN

ANM HIV/AIDS TON

Workshop

10.09.2014 to
12.09.2014

100

93.

MMCN

ANM HIV/AIDS TON

Workshop

15.09.2014 to
17.09.2014

94.

MMCN

TB TON

Workshop

22.09.2014 to
24.09.2014

95.

MMCN

TB TON

Workshop

25.09.2014 to
27.09.2014

96.

MMCN

TB TON

Workshop

11.05.2015 to
13.05.2015

97.

MMCN

TB TON

Workshop

21.05.2015 to
23.05.2015

98.

MMCN

TB TON

Workshop

25.05.2015 to
27.05.2015

99.

MMCN

TB TON

Workshop

08.06.2015 to
10.06.2015

100. MMCN

TB TON

Workshop

15.06.2015 to
17.06.2015

101. MMCN

TB TON

Workshop

29.07.2015 to
31.07.2015

102. MMCN

TB TON

Workshop

03.08.2015 to
05.08.2015

103. MMCN

TB TON

Workshop

10.08.2015 to
12.08.2015

104. MMCN

ANM TB TON

Workshop

15.05.2015 to
16.05.2015

105. MMCN

ANM TB TON

Workshop

18.05.2015 to
19.05.2015

106. MMCN

ANM TB TON

Workshop

01.06.2015 to
02.06.2015

107. MMCN

ANM TB TON

Workshop

04.06.2015 to
05.06.2015

108. MMCN

ANM TB TON

Workshop

15.06.2015 to
16.06.2015

109. MMCN

ANM TB TON

Workshop

06.07.2015 to
07.07.2015

101

110. MMCN

ANM TB TON

Workshop

20.07.2015 to
21.07.2015

111. MMCN

ANM TB TON

Workshop

23.07.2015 to
24.07.2015

112. MMCN

ANM TB TON

Workshop

17.08.2015 to
18.08.2015

113. MMCN

ANM TB TON

Workshop

20.08.2015 to
21.08.2015

114. MMCN

HIV/AIDS TOT

Workshop

03.11.2014 to
08.11.2014

115. MMCN

HIV/AIDS TOT

Workshop

24.11.2014 to
29.11.2014

116. MMCN

HIV/AIDS TOT

Workshop

16.03.2015 to
21.03.2015

117. MMCN

ANM HIV/AIDS TOT

Workshop

02.12.2014 to
04.12.2014

118. MMCN

ANM HIV/AIDS TOT

Workshop

21.01.2015 to
23.01.2015

119. MMCN

ANM HIV/AIDS TOT

Workshop

23.02.2015 to
25.02.2015

120. MMCN

TB TOT

Workshop

29.10.2014 to
31.10.2014

121. MMCN

TB TOT

Workshop

08.12.2014 to
10.12.2014

122. MMCN

TB TOT

Workshop

03.02.2015 to
05.02.2015

123. MMCN

TB TOT

Workshop

18.06.2015 to
20.06.2015

124. MMCN

TB TOT

Workshop

22.06.2015 to
24.06.2015

125. MMCN

TB TOT

Workshop

01.09.2015 to
03.09.2015

126. MMCN

TB TOT

Workshop

07.09.2015 to
09.09.2015

102

3.1.6

127. MMCN

ANM TB TOT

Workshop

28.01.2015 to
29.01.2015

128. MMCN

ANM TB TOT

Workshop

09.03.2015 to
10.03.2015

129. MMCN

ANM TB TOT

Workshop

26.06.2015 to
27.06.2015

130. MMCN

ANM TB TOT

Workshop

27.08.2015 to
28.08.2015

131. MMCN

ANM TB TOT

Workshop

14.09.2015 to
15.09.2015

How does the university facilitate researchers of eminence to visit the


campus as adjunct professors? What is the impact of such efforts on
the research activities of the university?
University identifies and then sends invitations to erudite researchers in
different fields. Upon acceptance of offers all arrangements desired by the
visitors are made.
Dr. Bhim Singh Dahiya, Ex-Vice Chancellor of Kurukshetra University and
Dr. SS Paul, retired Prof. of Kurukshetra University have served our
University in the capacity of Professor Emeritus and extended help in
guiding research students of Ph.D.
Dr. Lal Pushpangadan Madathil, Professor in the Department of Oral
Pathology, Microbiology and Oral Biology, Century International Institute
of Dental Sciences & Research Centre, Kerala University of Health
Sciences, Pionachi, Thekkil, Keralais to act as honorary professor in MM
College of Dental Sciences and Research. Further, Dr. Atul Jain, a
renowned industrialist from the city has also been appointed as Adjunct
faculty to teach Electronic & Communication and Mechanical Engg.
Students.
Such efforts have elicited following impact on research activities of the
University:
a) Visit of external eminent researchers allowed active exchange of ideas
with University researchers, which proved beneficial.
b) University faculty members learned from various kinds of expertise of
eminent researchers.
c) It helped the University facilitate networking.
d) It proved potentially useful in garnering research funds

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3.1.7

What Percentage of the total budget is earmarked for Research?


Give details of heads of expenditure, financial allocation and actual
utilization.
3% of the total budget is earmarked for research purposes. The main
head of accounts of expenditure under research are:(I)
(II)
(III)
(IV)
(V)
(VI)
(VII)

Seminars and Conferences


Research Projects by students/Faculty.
Financial Assistance for attending seminars/conferences.
Incentives for Paper Publication/Resreach Awards.
Research Fellowship grant to the students.
Membership fee for International Journals.
Research Equipment.

In the budget estimate for the year 2015-16 a sum of Rs.97.20 lacs has
been kept under Research recurring grant and Rs.279.00 lacs for
Research Equipment grants.
3.1.8

In its budget, does the university earmarked funds for promoting


research in its affiliated colleges? If yes, please give details?
Separate budget for each college/Institute of the university is prepared
before the start of next Financial Year. The funds are allocated for
research activities to all its constituent Institutes/Colleges of the
university, subject to increase on need based basis, if need be.

3.1.9

Does the university encourage research by awarding Post-Doctoral


fellowship/Research Associate ships? If yes, provide details like
number of students registered, funding by the university and other
sources.

3.1.10

The research fellowship grant is being paid to Ph. D Research


scholars by the university at the rate of Rs. 12000/- per month
and Rs. 6000/- per annum as contingent Grant on merit basis.
Thirteen Ph.D. students have availed this fellowship.
Besides, the UGC has sanctioned Research fellowship grant to
three Ph. D Net. qualified students.
The UGC also sanctioned fellowship grant to the faculty of other
colleges who are doing Ph. D from this university.

What percentage of faculty have utilized the sabbatical leave for


pursuit of higher research in premier institutions within the
country and abroad? How does the university monitor the output
of these scholars?
The following faculty members have been allowed sabbatical Leave
for research/higher study:1. Dr. Mayank Kinger, Chemistry Deptt.
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2. Dr. Kapil Goyal, Mechanical Engg. Deptt.


3. Dr. Vivek Jain, Mechanical Engg. Deptt.
4. Dr. N.P. Mehta, Mech. Engg. Deptt.
5. Dr. Jyoti Sarin, Nursing College
6. Dr. Sunil Kumar, Physics Deptt.
7. Dr. Maninder Singh, Civil Engg. Deptt.
8. Ms. Manisha Bhatia, Pharmacy Deptt.
9. Mr. Mukesh Saini, Civil Engg. Deptt.
10. Mr. Gaurav Goel, Civil Engg. Deptt.
11. Ms. Shilpy Budhiraja, Mathematics Deptt.
12. Ms. Savita Wadhawan, CSE Deptt.
13. Ms. Kirti Khatkar, I.T. Deptt.
14. Dr. R.C. Sharma, Mech. Engg. Deptt.
15. Ms. Gurpreet Kaur, Nursing Deptt.
16. Mr. Kamal Kant Sharma, E.E. Deptt.
17. Mr. Dinesh Kumar, I.T. Deptt.
18. Mr. Karan Aggarwal, E.C.E. Deptt.
19. Dr. Sukhjeet Singh, Physics Deptt.
20. Ms. Ashu Ahuja, E.E. Deptt.
Note:- In addition to above, internal faculty have also been allowed
study Leave with pay to do course work of Ph.D.
3.1.11

Provide details of national and international conferences organized


by the university highlighting the names of eminent
scientists/scholars who participated in these events.

Sr. Institute Conference name


No. Name

National /
Date(s)
International

Names of eminent
scientists/scholars
who attended
(with affiliations )

105

1.

2.

3.

MMEC Innovative Trends in


Mathematical Sciences

National

MMEC Contemporary Social


Issues

National

30 March
2015

31 March
2015

MMEC Newest Drift in


International 20-21
Mechanical Engineering
December,
2014
ICNDME-14

Dr. Rajneesh
Kumar
Professor,
Kurukshetra
University
Dr. Satyabir
Singh
Professor, P.U.
Patiala
Dr. Sameer
Sharma
D.A.V. College,
Jalandhar
Dr. Tejinder Kaur
Director,
Correspondence
Courses, P.U. Patiala
Dr. Rupinder Kaur
Professor, P.U.
Patiala
Dr. Alok Verma
Old Dominion
University, USA
Dr. S. C. Sharma
IIT, Roorkee
Dr. Pardeep Kumar
Delhi Technological
University

4.

MMEC 1st International Virtual International 10-11 June,


Conference: Information
2014
Retrieval on Scientific
Literature: Emerging
Frontiers and Challenges

Dr. Vasu Punj


University of
Southern California,
USA
Dr. Juan Beuno
University of
Columbia.

5.

MMEC Emerging Trends in


Applications of
Electronics and
Communication
Technology

National

15-16 January, Academicians from


2014
various institutions
including MMU

National

19-20
December,
2013

ETAECT-2014
6.

MMEC AICTE sponsored


National Conference on
Renewable Power
Technologies and
Electric Drives 2013

Dr. L. M. Saini
NIT, Kurukshetra
Dr. J. S. Saini
DCRUST, Murthal

106

7.

8.

9.

MMEC AICTE Sponsored 2nd


National Conference on
River Hydraulics-2012

National

22-23 March
2012

Dr. D.V.S. Verma


Retired Professor,
NIT, Kurukshetra.
Mr. Sanjeev Garg
Executive Engineer,
Haryana Irrigation
Department,
Yamuna Nagar

MMEC HYDRO 2010 National National


Conference on
Hydraulics, Water
Resources, Coastal and
Environmental
Engineering

16-18
December

MMEC National Speciality


Conference on River
Hydraulics-2009

29th Oct 2009 Prof. U.C. Kothyari


Professor, I.I.T.
Roorkee,
Dr. Mubeen Beg
Associate Professor,
A.M.U, Aligarh.
Dr. Husmukh Patel,
SVNIT, Surat,
Mrs. V.V.
Bhosekar, Editor,
Indian Society of
Hydraulics, Pune

National

2010

Dr. P.D. Porey


President, Indian
Society of
Hydraulics, Pune
and
Director, SVNIT
Surat.
Er. A.K. Khetrapal
Engineer-in-Chief,
PHE Dept, Haryana
Dr. B.S. Murti
Professor, IIT
Madras.

10. MMEC New Horizons in Science National


& Technology:
Challenges and Options
(ISTE faculty
Convention 2008)

22-23 May
2008

11. MMEC National Conference on


Civil Engineering:
Advancement and
Challenges (CEAC2007)

09-11 March, Dr. Abhijit


Mukherjee
2007
Director, Thapar
University
Dr. Subhasish Dey
Professor, IIT,
Kharagpur.
Prof. S.L. Dhingra
IIT, Bombay

National

12. MMEC Environmental


National
Degradation-Challenges
and Remedies

Academicians from
various institutions
including MMU

13-14 March, Dr.Abhijit


2008
Mukherjee,
Director, Thapar
University

107

13. MMCP

Two day conference on National


Changing Paradigm of
Copyright, Patent and
Other IPR Issues in India

25 -26

Dr.Anand Sharma

April, 2015

NIPER, Mohali
Dr. Amitabh
Mishra
National Research
Development
Corporation, New
Delhi,
Mr.ParveenDhiman
Examiner of Patents
& Design,
Mr.Ashish Sharma
IP Owners
Association, India,

14. MMCP

Two day Conference on National


IHPA 51st Annual
Conference on Present
Scenario and Future
Perspective in Health
Care Practice

13-14 March, Dr.A. S. Jaggi


2015
Department of
Pharmaceutical
Scieneces and Drug
Research, Punjabi
University, Patiala,
Dr.A.K. Adhikari
St. Stephen Hospital,
New Delhi, Mr. D.K.
Jain, IHPA Advisor,
New Delhi

15. MMCP

One day Seminar


Continuing Pharmacy
Education (CPE)
Programme

National

23rd
November,
2014

Dr.Yashpal Singla
Chairman CPE
Dr.Pankaj Jain
CEO, Vertex
Solutions,
Sh. KC Goyal
President, HSPC

108

16. MMCP

Two day Conference on International 17th -18th


Recent Pharmacological
October, 2014
Trends for Shaping
Future of Drug
Discovery and
Development

Dr. A
Shankanarayan
CEO, VIVI Biotech,
Hyderabad
Dr. B. Dinesh
President, Indian
Pharmacological
Society NIN,
Hyderabad
Dr.Bikash Medhi
PGI Chandigarh
Dr.Karunakar
Reddy
Dr. Reddys Lab,
Hyderabad
Prof. Y.K. Gupta
AIIMS, New Delhi

17. MMCP

One day Continuing


Pharmacy Education
(CPE) Programme
seminar

National

th

11 March,
2014

Dr Surinder
Sharma
Registrar, HSPC
Dr. G.L. Singhal
State Drug
Controller, FDA,
Haryana, Dr.Pankaj
Jain, Educationist
and CEO Vertex
Solutions Rohtak.

18. MMCP

19. MMCP

One day Seminar on


National
Answering the obesity
epidemic: Challenges &
Opportunities under
Continuing Pharmacy
Education (CPE)

04 March,
2014

One day Seminar on


National
Recent Advances in
Liquid Chromatography

31 Jan., 2014 Er. Madan Singh

Dr. Mahender
Bishnoi
Scientist-B
NABRC, Mohali

Madan Bio
Instruments
Technologies,
Mohali

109

20. MMCP

Pharmacy Practice
Training For Pharmacy
Teachers

National

16 -21 Dec., Dr Surinder


2013
Sharma
Registrar, HSPC
Sh. PS Bhagavan
Registrar, KSPC
Dr. Yashpal Singla
Executive Member,
HSPC
Dr A Arul Selvam
Dept. of
Pharmacology
Hawassa university
Referral Hospital,
Ethiopia,

21. MMCP

Current perspective in
Pharmacovigilance and
drug risk management

National

21-23 Nov.,
2013

Dr. Y.K. Gupta


AIIMS, New Delhi
Dr. Rani Walia,
Dept. of
Pharmacology,
MMIMSR
Dr.Shyam Sharma
Sundar
NIPER, Mohali

22. MMCP

Current Trends in
Intellectual Property
rights

National

9 Oct., 2013

Mr.AshishSharma
Attorney, Global IPR
Law Consultants,
New Delhi
Mr.Ravindra
Chingale
Consultant,
Department of
Justice, Ministry of
Law and Justice,
Govt. of India

23. MMCP

24. MMCP

Science: Past, Present & National


Future

29th April,
2013

Dr.Sudhir Kumar

AAS instrumentation and National


Unique Patented
Technologies

3rd April,
2013

Mr.Shivashish
Agnihotri

Aveocon Healthcare
Pvt. Ltd.

Perk In Elmer,
Chandigarh

110

25. MMCP

Data Acquisition
National
System-Next Generation
Tools in Biomedical
Research and Education

12th March,
2013

Dr. Amit Gupta


AD Instruments,
New Delhi
Mr. Abhishek
Sharma
AD Instruments,
New Delhi

26. MMCP

Analytical Techniques
for Research in
Pharmacy

National

07th December, Dr. Gulshan Bansal


2012
Punjabi Universirty,
Patiala
Dr. Sarvesh Maliya
Jain
Oniosime Healthcare
Pvt. Ltd. Mohali

27. MMCP

28. MMCP

Intellectual Property
Rights

National

Recent Trends in Herbal National


Drug Research

19th October,
2012

Mr. Rahul Taneja


DST, Panchkula

20th -21st
Dr. A.N. Kalia
October, 2011
Prof& Head, ISF
College of Pharmacy
Dr.RichaShri
Punjabi Universirty,
Patiala
Dr. Dimple Sethi
Punjabi Universirty,
Patiala

29. MMCP

Recent Trends in
National
Pharmaceutical Research

7th -8th
Dr. Raghuram Rao,
August, 2010 Dr. Sanjay Gupta,
Dr. D.N. Mishra,
Dr. Sunil S Iyer,
Dr. A.N. Kalia

30. MMIM

Managing Customer
Loyalty

National

26-27
September,
2008

Academicians from
various institutions
including MMU

31. MMIM

Agriculture: The
Backbone of Indian
Economy

National

18.02.2011

Academicians from
various institutions
including MMU

111

32. MMCN Annual conference of


IANN on Synergising
and
Technology and
MMIN
Humanism in Neonatal
Intensive Care

National

14th-16th
Dr.Rakesh Gupta
February 2014 Mission Director,
NHM, Haryana.
Mr. T Dileep
Kumar
President, INC
Dr.Vinod K Paul
Dept. of Paediatrics,
AIIMS.
Dr.ManjuVatsa
Principal, College of
Nursing, AIIMS,
Delhi.

33. MMCN Disaster preparedness


and
Be disaster aware: take
MMIN
action to prepare

National

9th May 2015 Dr. Saurabh Dalal


( Society of
Emergency Medicine
India )
Mr.Nitish
Senior clinical
instructor at
Pushpanjali health
care, India
Ms.BaljinderKaur
Jr. consultant in geohazard division in
national institute of
disaster
management.

34. MMCN Collaborative Synergy- National


and
Supervision and
MMIN communication for
effective patient care

06-07 April
2013

Ms.
Kalra

Raminder

Principal
Holly
Family College of
Nursing, New Delhi
Dr. R.G Mathur
Ex- Senior lecturer,
RAK College of
Nursing, New Delhi
Ms.
Chand

Sulakshna

Assist.
Professor.
M.M. College of
Nursing, Mullana
Ms. Reeja
Raju
INSCOL
Nurses 4U

Mary
Global

112

35. MMCN Quality Assurance in


and
Nursing Moving from
MMIN concept to core
competency

National

31 May to 01 Dr. Ms.


June 2012
Vatsa

Manju

Principal,
AIIMS
College of Nursing,
New Delhi
Prof. Usha Malik
Principal Laxmi Bai
Batra College of
Nursing, New Delhi
Ms.
Sheoran

Poonam

Assist. Prof. M.M.


College of Nursing,
Mullana
Ms. Celin Verma
Director Nursing
Services, Columbia
Asia Hospital,
Patiala
36. MMICT Hospitality Industry in
&BM
India Development and
Challenges.
(HM)

National

November 67, 2009

Prof S.C Bagri


Vice Chancellor, Zee
Himgiri University
University,
Dehradun
Prof. Dr. Mohinder
Chand
Department of
Tourism & Hotel
Management
Kurukshetra
University

113

37. MMICT Hospitality growth &


&BM
development under
(HM)
globalization

National

15-11-2013 to Prof S.C Bagri


16-11-2013
Vice Chancellor, Zee
Himgiri University
University,
Dehradun
Prof. Dr. Mohinder
Chand
Department of
Tourism & Hotel
Management,
Kurukshetra
University
Dr. S.S. Boora,
Director
IMCMT,
Kurukshetra
University
Dr. ParulMathur,
Director
Pacific Univ.,
Ahmedabad

38. MMICT Role of Personality


&BM
Development and
Communication in
(HM)
Hospitality Industry

Seminar

39. MMICT Trends in Food &


&BM
Beverage and
Technological
(HM)
development

Seminar

40. MMICT Flower Arrangement


&BM
Techniques

Seminar

16 Nov,
2010

16 March,
2012

18 April,
2012

(HM)

Academicians from
various institutions
including MMU
Academicians from
various institutions
including MMU
Academicians from
various institutions
including MMU

41. MMICT Entrepreneurship


Seminar
&BM
opportunities in the area
of Bakery &
(HM)
Confectionary

14 Jan,

42. MMC

National UG Conference Conference


of IAOMR

2011

Academicians from
various institutions
including MMU

National Conference of
IAOMR, Chandigarh

2012

Academicians from
various institutions
including MMU

DSR
43. MMC
DSR

Conference

2011

Academicians from
various institutions
including MMU

114

3.2

Resource Mobilization for Research

3.2.1

What are the financial provisions made in the university budget


for supporting students research projects?
Rs. 97.20 lacs has been kept under head Research Recurring Grant
out of which allocation can be made to the students for research
Projects.

3.2.2

Has the university taken any special efforts to encourage its faculty
to file for patents? If so, how many have been registered and
accepted?
Signed Memorandum of Association (MOA) with the National
Research Development Corporation (NRDC) to file the patents and
technology transfer.
The University has separate cell to facilitates for
patent/copyright.

filing

There are total 57 patents have been filed in different disciplines out
of which one patent has been awarded and 24 patents have been
published in official journal of patents office.
76 Copyrights have been filed out of which 7 copyrights have been
awarded to the university.
Details of Patents
Sr.
No.

Name of
the
Teacher

Title of Patent

Details of
Patents filed
with the
Patents office
Govt. of India
New Delhi

1.

Baldev
Setia,
Dharam
Veer Singh
Verma and
Vikas Garg

Multiple collar
plates: a
composite scour
protection
device

Filed no1375/DEL/200
5 A, dated
30/05/2005

Details of
Publication of
Patents in
official Journal
of the Patent
office Govt. of
India New
Delhi

Patents

Published in
official journal
of the Patent
office, govt. of
India, New
Delhi vide issue
no.09/2005
dated
03/06/2005.

Granted,
patent no.
199932, post
grant
publication
date
31/07/2009

Granted

115

2.

Ram
Bahadur
Patel

System and
method for
reliable and
flexible mobile
agent computing

Filed no.
136/KOL/200
9,

Granted of
the Patent
office, Govt.
of India,
New Delhi
Sr. No.
033/015679,
dated
06/06/2014

dated
27/01/2009

3.

Sunil
Kamboj,
Suman
Bala and
Vipin Saini

Formulation and
characterization
of niosomal
vesicles loaded
with antiviral
drug for
bioavailability
enhancement

File No.
3109/DEL/201
3 dated
18/10/2013.

Published in
official journal
of the Patent
office, Govt. of
India, New
Delhi, dated
24/04/2015.

In Process

4.

Rajshree
Khare and
Manoj
Kumar

A hydrozone
Schiff base
ligand and
method thereof

File No.
2416/DEL/201
3, dated
24/08/2013

Published in
official journal
of the Patent
office, govt. of
India, New
Delhi vide issue
no.38/2013,
dated
20/09/2013.

In Process

5.

Baldev
Setia and
Upain
Kumar
Bhatia

Projected lip as
a scour
protection
device for
bridge
abutments

File No.
1722/DEL/201
3A

Published in
official journal
of the Patent
office, govt. of
India, New
Delhi vide issue
no.05/2013,
dated
02/08/2013.

In Process

6.

Vipin Saini

Formulation of
multiple-unit
tablet of
pantoprazole

Filed No
1010/DEL/201
3,
dated
04/04/2013.

Published in
official journal
of the Patent
office, govt. of
India, New
Delhi, dated
26/06/2015

In Process

7.

Vipin Saini

Formulation of
multiple-unit
tablet of
aceclofenac

Filed No1009/DEL/201
3,
dated
04/04/2013.

Published in
official journal
of the Patent
office, govt. of
India, New
Delhi, dated
26/06/2015

In Process

8.

Tulshi
Chakrabort
y and Vipin

Slowly Mouth
Saliva
Dissolving
Fluconazole

Filed No1008/DEL/201
3,
dated

Published in
official journal
of the Patent
office, govt. of

In Process

Dated
07/06/2013

116

Saini

Tablet for both


Local and
systemic action

04/04/2013.

India, New
Delhi, dated
10/07/2015

9.

Vipin Saini

Herbal
formulation
Solanum
Khasianum,
Clarke and uses
thereof

Filed No1007/DEL/201
3,
dated
04/04/2013.

Published in
official journal
of the Patent
office, govt. of
India, New
Delhi, dated
26/06/2015

In Process

10.

Jaspreet
Kaur
Sidana,
Vipin
Saini,
Sumitra
Singh,
Parminder
Nain and
Richa Shri

Herbal
formulation of
various stem
barks extracts of
Citrus limon

Filed No245/DEL/2013
, dated
03/01/2013.

Published in
official journal
of the Patent
office, govt. of
India, New
Delhi, dated
22/08/2014

In Process

11.

Suman
Bala, Vipin
Saini, Sunil
Kamboj
and Deo
Nandan
Prasad

Synthesis and
evaluation of
{3-[5-(4hydroxy-3methoxyphenyl)-[1,3,4]
oxadiazol-2-yl]phenyl}-phenylmethanone as
novel, potent
antimicrobial
agent and as
potent peptide
deformylase
inhibitor

Filed No244/DEL/2013
, 03/01/2013.

Published in
official journal
of the Patent
office, govt. of
India, New
Delhi, dated
22/08/2014

In Process

12.

Akash Jain,
Jasmine,
Sunil
Sharma
and Vipin
Saini

Hypolipidemic
and
hypoglycemic
potential of
Saraca asoca
leaves extract in
streptozotocin
inducedExperimental
Diabetes

Filed no2859/DEL/201
2, 12/09/2012.

Published in
official journal
of the Patent
office, govt. of
India, New
Delhi, dated
18/04/2014.

In Process

13.

Jasmine,
Akash Jain
and Vipin
Saini

Development
and validation
of novel HPLC
method for the
estimation of
Alprazolam and
Propranolol

Filed no2452/DEL/201
2, dated
06/08/2012.

Published in
official journal
of the Patent
office, govt. of
India, New
Delhi, dated
21/02/2014.

In Process

117

14.

Parminder
Nain,
Jaspreet
Kaur, Sunil
Sharma
and Vipin
Saini

A Nobel herbal
extract
of:Jasminum
humile and its
pharmacological
activity

Filed No.3854/DEL/201
1, dated
28/12/2011.

Published in
official journal
of the Patent
office, govt. of
India, New
Delhi vide issue
no.27/2013,
dated
05/07/2013.

In Process

15.

Vipin
Saini,
Sumeet
Gupta and
Anuj Malik

Nutraceutical
Formulation of
Scopoletin and
Umbelliferone
and Method
thereof

Filed no3136/DEL/201
1, dated
03/11/2011

Published in
official journal
of the Patent
office, govt. of
India, New
Delhi vide issue
no.19/2013,
dated
10/05/2013.

In Process

16.

Vipin
Saini,Vichi
tra Kaushik

Method of
isolation of
extract of
Geniosporum
prostratum (L)
Benth. And its
antimicrobial
and antiacne
activity.

Filed no2617/DEL/201
1, dated
09/09/2011.

Published in
official journal
of the Patent
office, govt. of
India, New
Delhi vide issue
no.11/2013
dated
15/03/2013.

In Process

17.

Vipin
Saini,
Sumeet
Gupta and
Satish
Sharma

Method of
ethanolic and
aqueous
extraction of
Symplocos
racemosa and
its
pharmacological
Uses.

Filed no2130/DEL/201
1, dated
27/07/2011.

Published in
official journal
of the Patent
office, govt. of
India, New
Delhi vide issue
no.05/2013,
dated
01/02/2013.

In Process

18.

Vipin Saini
and Sumeet
Gupta

Composition
and method of
Spirulina with
Pioglitazone or
Rosiglitazone
and its
synergistic
effect.

Filed no2129/DEL/201
1, dated
27/07/2011.

Published in
official journal
of the Patent
office, govt. of
India, New
Delhi vide issue
no.05/2013,
dated
01/02/2013.

In Process

19.

Vipin Saini
and Sumeet
Gupta

Novel process
for
determination of
Pantoprazole
sodium
sesquihydrate
from multi-unit
tablet dosage

Filed no1891/DEL/201
1, dated
05/07/2011

Published in
official journal
of the Patent
office, govt. of
India, New
Delhi vide issue
no.02/2013
dated

In Process

118

form by HPLC
method using
newer mobile
phase

11/01/2013.

20.

Vipin Saini
and Sumeet
Gupta

A novel
isolation method
of Solasodine
from berries of
Solanum
khasianum,
Clarke and its
pharmacological
uses.

Filed no1763/DEL/201
1, dated
22/06/2011

Published in
official journal
of the Patent
office, govt. of
India, New
Delhi vide issue
no.52/2012
dated
28/12/2012.

In Process

21.

Vipin Saini
and Sumeet
Gupta

A novel HPLC
method of
estimation of
Aceclofenac
from
multiparticulate
dosage and uses
thereof

Filed no1762/DEL/201
1, dated
22/06/2011

Published in
official journal
of the Patent
office, govt. of
India, New
Delhi vide issue
no.01/2013
dated
04/01/2013.

In Process

22.

Vipin Saini
and Sumeet
Gupta

Composition of
novel marine
blue green algae
and uses thereof

Filed no1633/DEL/201
1, dated
09/06/2011

Published in
official journal
of the Patent
office, govt. of
India, New
Delhi vide issue
no.50/2012
dated
14/12/2012.

In Process

23.

Vipin
Saini,
Deepak
Godara and
Sumeet
Gupta

A novel herbal
drug
composition of
Solanum
xanthocarpum
and process the
preparation
there of

Filed no1632/DEL/201
1, dated
09/06/2011

Published in
official journal
of the Patent
office, govt. of
India, New
Delhi vide issue
no.50/2012
dated
14/12/2012.

In Process

24.

Manoj
Kumar and
Rajshree
Khare

A
detergent
powder
and
method thereof

File No.
1177/DEL/201
4,

Published in
official journal
of the Patent
office, Govt. of
India, New
Delhi, dated
06/06/2014.

In Process

Dinesh K
Mehta,
Satinder

Ultrasound
assisted
synthesis of
novel bis[2amino-5-(4chlorophenyl)-1,

25.

Kanwar,
Rina Das

Dated
01/05//2014

File No.

In Process

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dated

119

26.

27.

and Vipin
Saini

3, 4thiadiazole]coba
lt dichloride
metal complex

13/09/2015

Deepak
Godara,
Vichitra
Kaushik
and Vipin
Saini

A method of
isolation of
capparisterol
from Capparis
deciduas and its
antiobesity
activity

File No.

Vipin
Saini,
Vichitra

A novel herbal
composition of
aqueous extract
of

File No.

Kaushik
and
Deepak
Godara
28.

29.

dated
13/09/2015

Rina Das,
Gyati
Shilakari

Antitubercular,
antibacterial and
antifungal
pyrazinyl 1,3,4oxadiazolo1,3,5
triazolothiol and
method of
preparation of
the same thereof

File No.
2678/DEL/201
5

Gastroretentive
floating
bioadhesive

File No.
2473/DEL/201
5

tablets

dated
11/08/2015

Agent Based
Framework for
Online Sales
Tracking and
Tax Collection
(OST2C)

File No.
929/DEL/2015

Catalyst
free,onepot,facile
synthesis of
novel pyrazolo1,4-

File No.
745/DEL/2014

Abhay
Asthana

Dr. Aarti
Singh

Rajshree
Khare and
Harvinder
Singh
Sohal

In Process

28563/2015DEL

File No.
2679/DEL/201
5

Asthana

32.

dated
13/09/2015

Modification of
Cordia myxa
gum by grafting
and preparation
method thereof

Mehta and
Abhay

31.

28564/2015DEL

Abhay
Asthana
and Gyati
Shilakari

Asthana,
Dinesh K.

30.

Capparis
decidua and its
anti obesity
activity

In Process

In Process

dated
28/08/2015
In Process

dated
28/08/2015

In Process

In Process

dated
01/04/2015

In Process

dated
18/03/2015

120

dihydropyridine
derivatives form
pyranopyrazoles
33.

34.

35.

Randhir
Singh
Dahiya

Antiobesity
activity of
ethanol extracts
of Cassia
auriculata in
high fat diet
induced obese
rats

File No.
3818/DEL/201
4

Synthesis and
characterization
of potential
impurities in
amoxicillin

File No.
3435/DEL/201
4

Fast drying and


long sticking
topical
semisolid
controlled
release of
human insulin
preparation
method thereof

File No.
2160/DEL/201
4

Tulshi
Chakrabort
y , Sumeet
Gupta and
Vipin Saini

Preparation
method of delay
release multidrugs
component oral
disintegrate
tablets for
cough

File No.
2159/DEL/201
4

Wadhwa
Jyoti,
Asthana
Abhay,
Shilakari
Gyati,
Singh
Ranjit

Polymeric self
emulsifying
nanocapsules
containing
Curcumin for
colonic
pathologies and
preparation
method thereof

File No.
1760/DEL/201
4

H. K.
Sharma ,
Nadeem
Sharma
and Pankaj
Kumar

Analytical
application of
titanium(IV)
molybdotungsta
te for estimation
of Yttrium9(III)
ions

File No.
1652/DEL/201
4 dated
19/06/2014

Randhir
Singh
Dahiya

Tulshi
Chakrabort
y and
Vipin Saini

36.

37.

38.

In Process

dated
22/12/2014

In Process

dated
27/11/2014
In Process

dated
31/07/2014

In Process

dated
31/07/2014

In Process

dated
30/06/2014

In Process

121

39.

Vichitra
Kaushik,
Deepak
Godara and
Vipin Saini

A method of
isolation of
Capparisterol
from Capparis
decidua and
antinephrolithia
sis activity
application

File No.
1651/DEL/201
4

40.

Vichitra
Kaushik,
Deepak
Godara,
Gaurav
Sharma
and Vipin
Saini

A novel herbal
composition of
aqueous extract
of Capparis
Decidua and its
antinephrolithia
sis

File No.
1565/DEL/201
4 dated
10/06/2014

In Process

41.

Tulshi
Chakrabort
y and

Immediate Dry
Semi-Solid
Topical Drug
Formulation and
Method of
Preparation for
Both Local as
well as
Systemic Action

File No.
1555/DEL/201
4,

In Process

Window
opening system
for
car
on
carbon
monoxide
detection.

File No.
1221/DEL/201
4,

H. K.
Sharma
and
Nadeem
Sharma

Synthesis and
characterization
of
novel
heteropolyacid
salt
:
Titanium(IV)mo
lybdotungatate

File No.

Neel
Kamal
Batra

Toughening of
epoxy material
with horse hair
reinforcement

File No.

Dimple
Juneja,
Manisha
Malhotra
and Aarti
Singh

A novel agent
based
autonomous
service
composition
framework for
cost
optimization of
resource
provisioning in

File No.

Vipin Saini

42.

43.

44.

45.

Neera
Batra

In Process

dated
19/06/2014

dated
09/06/2014.

In Process

dated
06/05/2014.
In Process

1176/DEL//20
14, dated
01/05/2014

In Process

1175/DEL//20
14, dated
01/05/2014.
In Process

147/DEL//201
4, dated
17/01/2014

122

cloud
computing.

46.

47.

48.

49.

Vinod
Kumar,
Kamalneet
Kaur, Duha
Adnan,
Girish
Kumar
Gupta,
Vikas
Beniwal,
Sunil
Kumar

Process
for
synthesis
of
chalcones and
uses thereof.

File No.

Vinod
Kumar,
Kamalneet
Kaur,
Deepkamal
Karelia,
Arun
Kumar
Sharma,
Girish
Kumar
Gupta,
Akhilesh
Kumar
Gupta

2-(3,5Dimethyl-1Hpyrazol-1-yl)-1(naphth-2yl)ethanone as
potential
anticolon cancer
agent

File No.

Vinod
Kumar,
Kamalneet
Kaur,
Vikas
Beniwal,
Girish
Kumar
Gupta,
Akhilesh
Kumar
Gupta

Process
for
Novel 2-(3, 5dimethyl-1Hpyrazol-1-yl)-1arylethanones as
DNA
photocleaving
Agents,

File No.

Neera
Batra and
Jasleen
Kaur

A Traffic Aware
Health
Monitoring
System
Embedded in
Smart
Ambulance
(THESA)

File No.
3295/DEL/201
3, dated
08/11/2013.

In Process

146/DEL//201
4, dated
17/01/2014.

In Process

145/DEL/2014
, dated
17/01/2014.

In Process

144/DEL/2014
, dated
17/01/2014.

In Process

123

50.

Girish
Gupta,
Vipin
Saini,
Rajshree
Khare and
Vinod
Kumar

1,4-diaryl-2mercaptoimidaz
oles as an
antimicrobial
agents

File No2438/DEL/201
3, dated
16/08/2013.

In Process

51.

Jasmine
Chaudhary,
Akash Jain,
JS Dua and
Vipin Saini

Novel RPHPLC method


for the
simultaneous
estimation of
paracetamol and
promethazine in
syrup
formulation

File No.
1631/DEL/201
3 dated
30/05/2013.

In Process

52.

Jasmine,
Akash Jain
and Vipin
Saini

A novel HPLC
method for
simultaneous
estimation of
more than one
drug in their
combined
dosage form.

Filed no3596/DEL/201
2, dated
23/11/2012.

In Process

53.

Jasmine,
Akash Jain
and Vipin
Saini

A novel
spectroscopic
method for
simultaneous
estimation of
more than one
drug in their
combined
dosage form.

Filed no3588/DEL/201
2, dated
23/11/2012.

In Process

54.

Suman
Bala, Sunil
Kamboj,
DN Prasad
and Vipin
Saini

Synthesis of 2[3-(substituted
phenyl) propan3-one]-5phenyl-1,3,4oxadiazole
analogues and
uses thereof

Filed no3258/DEL/201
2, dated
22/10/2012.

In Process

55.

Atul Gupta

Novel
pharmaceutical
formulation for
mouth
dissolving tablet
of Cefixime

Filed no2589/DEL/201
2, dated
21/08/2012.

In Process

56.

Deepak
Garg,
Sumeet
Gupta and

Formulation and
evaluation of
oral dispersible
tablets in
combination of

Filed no1868/DEL/201
2, dated
18/06/2012.

In Process

124

57.

Vipin Saini

Levocetrizine
dihydrochoride ,
Paracetamol and
Montelukast
sodium using
dry granulation
method

Deepak
Garg,
Sumeet
Gupta,
Vipin Saini
and
Vichitra
Kaushik

Simultaneous
estimation of
Levocetrizine,
Paracetamol and
Montelukast in
combination
tablet dosage
form

Filed no1867/DEL/201
2, dated
18/06/2012.

In Process

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Chakrowarti
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To determine
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Vikas
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Development of
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Environment
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Evaluation
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M.M.
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15.

16.

Manmeet Kaur

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Dalip and
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Resilience
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Saini

Suresh Jain
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Saini

Suresh Jain
and Vipin
Saini

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Saini

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Saini

Suresh Jain
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Saini

Suresh Jain
and Vipin
Saini

Suresh Jain
and Vipin
Saini

Suresh Jain
and Vipin
Saini

Suresh Jain
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Suresh Jain
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Saini

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Suresh Jain
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Saini

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dated 11/03/2015

In Process

130

44.

Suresh Jain
and Vipin
Saini

SOP for
effective
operation of
Melting Point
Apparatus

Copyright
Number2257/2015-CO/L,
dated 11/03/2015

In Process

45.

Suresh Jain
and Vipin
Saini

SOP for
effective
operation of
Micropipette

Copyright
Number2259/2015-CO/L,
dated 11/03/2015

In Process

46.

Suresh Jain
and Vipin
Saini

SOP for
effective
operation of
Monsanto
Hardness Tester

Copyright
Number2268/2015-CO/L,
dated 11/03/2015

In Process

47.

Suresh Jain
and Vipin
Saini

SOP for
effective
operation of
Muffle Furnace

Copyright
Number2309/2015-CO/L,
dated 11/03/2015

In Process

48.

Suresh Jain
and Vipin
Saini

SOP for
effective
operation of
Multi Mill

Copyright
Number2263/2015-CO/L,
dated 11/03/2015

In Process

49.

Suresh Jain
and Vipin
Saini

SOP for
effective
operation of
Pfizer Hardness
Tester

Copyright
Number2267/2015-CO/L,
dated 11/03/2015

In Process

50.

Suresh Jain
and Vipin
Saini

SOP for
effective
operation of PH
Meter

Copyright
Number2256/2015-CO/L,
dated 11/03/2015

In Process

51.

Suresh Jain
and Vipin
Saini

SOP for
effective
operation of
Photoflourimete
r

Copyright
Number2320/2015-CO/L,
dated 11/03/2015

In Process

52.

Suresh Jain
and Vipin
Saini

SOP for
effective
operation of
Polarimeter

Copyright
Number2319/2015-CO/L,
dated 11/03/2015

In Process

53.

Suresh Jain
and Vipin
Saini

SOP for
effective
operation of
Potentiometer

Copyright
Number2317/2015-CO/L,
dated 11/03/2015

In Process

131

54.

Suresh Jain
and Vipin
Saini

SOP for
effective
operation of
Rapid Mixer
Granulator

Copyright
Number2264/2015-CO/L,
dated 11/03/2015

In Process

55.

Suresh Jain
and Vipin
Saini

SOP for
effective
operation of
Refractometer

Copyright
Number2318/2015-CO/L,
dated 11/03/2015

In Process

56.

Suresh Jain
and Vipin
Saini

SOP for
effective
operation of
Single Pan
Balance

Copyright
Number2260/2015-CO/L,
dated 11/03/2015

In Process

57.

Suresh Jain
and Vipin
Saini

SOP for
effective
operation of
Soxhlet
Apparatus

Copyright
Number2308/2015-CO/L,
dated 11/03/2015

In Process

58.

Suresh Jain
and Vipin
Saini

SOP for
effective
operation of
Sphygmomano
meter

Copyright
Number2297/2015-CO/L,
dated 11/03/2015

In Process

59.

Suresh Jain
and Vipin
Saini

SOP for
effective
operation of
Tablet
Compression
Machine

Copyright
Number2265/2015-CO/L,
dated 11/03/2015

In Process

60.

Suresh Jain
and Vipin
Saini

SOP for
effective
operation of
Tray Dryer

Copyright
Number2307/2015-CO/L,
dated 11/03/2015

In Process

61.

Suresh Jain
and Vipin
Saini

SOP for
effective
operation of
Ultra Sonicator

Copyright
Number2311/2015-CO/L,
dated 11/03/2015

In Process

62.

Suresh Jain
and Vipin
Saini

SOP for
effective
operation of UV
cabinet

Copyright
Number2262/2015-CO/L,
dated 11/03/2015

In Process

63.

Suresh Jain
and Vipin
Saini

SOP for
effective
operation of
UV-Visible
Spectrophotome
ter

Copyright
Number2314/2015-CO/L,
dated 11/03/2015

In Process

132

64.

Suresh Jain
and Vipin
Saini

SOP for
effective
operation of
Zone Reader

Copyright
Number2300/2015-CO/L ,

In Process

dated 11/03/2015

65.

Amit Kumar

Rx-Sync

Copyright
Number53534/2014CO/SW, dated
03/09/2014

In Process

66.

Ashok Kumar,
Chanchal and
Girish Kumar
Gupta

Bound
periodical
register

Copyright
Number53533/2014-CO/L,
dated 03/09/2014

In Process

67.

Suresh Jain
and Vipin
Saini

General Lab
rules for the
students in flow
chart form

Copyright
Number52480/2014-CO/L,
dated 01/08/2014

In Process

68.

Vipin Saini,
B.K.Agrawal,
LN Garg, MS
Rathore,
Parminder
Nain and
Prashant

In-patient
medical case
record for
pharm.D course

Copyright
Number52289/2014-CO/L,
dated 30/07/2014

In Process

69.

Mahendra
Singh Rathore
and Vipin
Saini

In patient
medical case
analysis and
report

Copyright
Number52288/2014-CO/L,
dated 30/07/2014

In Process

70.

Vipin Saini
and Mahendra
Singh Rathore

Prescription
analysis

Copyright
Number52286/2014-CO/L,
dated 30/07/2014

In Process

71.

Dalip and
Vijay Kumar
Katiyar

Membership
function for
fuzzy based
qualitative
division of
navigational
route

Copyright
Number:
49728/2014CO/SW, dated
22/05/2014

In Process

72.

Vipin Saini
,Girish Kumar
Gupta and
Vinod Kumar

Visual
instruction
record register
for
pharmaceutical
industries
(parenterals)

Copyright
Number49024/2014-CO/L,
dated 02/05/2014

In Process

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3.2.3

73.

Dimple Juneja,
Manisha
Malhotra and
Aarti Singh

A novel agent
based
autonomous
service
composition
framework for
cost
optimization of
resource
provisioning in
cloud
computing.

Copyright
Number. 43410/20
14-CO/SW, dated
04/03/2014

In Process

74.

Vipin Saini, A.
Pandurangan
and M.S.
Rathore

Concept of
Digitalization of
Health Care
Data of Patients

Copyright
Number. 43268/20
14-CO/L, dated
28/02/2014

In Process

75.

Neera Batra
and Jasleen
Kaur

A Traffic Aware
Health
Monitoring
System
Embedded in
Smart
Ambulance
(THESA)

Copyright
Number.
990/2014-CO/L,
dated 28/01/2014

In Process

76.

Sumeet Gupta
and Preeti
Sood

Schematic
diagram of
multiple genes
involved in the
role of
hypertension in
RAAS

Copyright
Number15546/2012-COA,
dated 4/12/2012

In Process

Provide the following details of ongoing research projects of faculty:


Following are the ongoing research projects in the university, funded by the
university itself as well as various National and International agencies:
Year
wise

Number Name of the Project

Name of the funding


agency

Total grant
received

A. University awarded projects


2015

01/MM Study of signalling pathway in MM University


U/2015 metabolic syndrome.

2015

02/MM To introduce and measure the MM University


U/2015 effectiveness of case based
learning (CBL) in Physiology

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2015

03/MM Observational study of Topical MM University


U/2015 therapies in Acne Vulgaris

2015

04/MM Impact of chronic urticaria on MM University


U/2015 quality of life.

2015

05/MM An observational study to assess MM University


U/2015 the relative frequency of
occurrence of urticaria after
administration of atracurium.

2015

06/MM Effect of mobile phone usage on MM University


U/2015 the hearing threshold.

B. Other agencies National or International (specify)


2014

(SERB/ Building block approach to - Science


2014/CS lactamase
inhibitors
using Engineering
metathesis reaction
Board
-017)

and 21.30 lakhs


Research

Vasant Kunj, New


Delhi (National)
2012

(SERC/
LS468/201
2)
06/08/20
12

Pharmacological Investigation Department of Science 20 lakhs


of
Some
Indian
Herbal & Technology (DST),
Medicinal Plants in Treatment Government of India
of
Diabetes
and
its Under SERC. Fast
Complications
Track Scheme
for
Young
Scientists
(FAST). (National)

2014

23140/201
314/CCR
H/Tech/
EMR
5059-60
dated
27/03/20
14

To evaluate the attenuating Council of research in 19.56 lakhs


potential of Gymnemasylvestre, Homoeopathy (CCRH),
Cephalendraindica and their Department of AYUSH
bioactive compounds in diabetic under the Ministry of
complications
(diabetic Health and Family
neuropathy
and
diabetic Welfare, Government
nephropathy)
of India.

2013

(National)

SB/SO/ Development of receptor


Department of Science 48 lakhs
HS/165/ mediated endocytosis based
and Technology (DST)
2013
irinotecan-biotin conjugates as
(National)
selective colon tumor targeting
agents
Development of vitamin
receptor mediated endocytosis
based biotin-irinotecan
conjugates as selective and safer
colon tumor targeting agents

Department of
25 lakhs
Biothechnology (DBT),
Government of India
(National)

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3.2.4

2012

RC17642R0

Nuclear Structure and Decay


Data evolution in A=220 mass
region

2012

DST/TD Developing Infrastructure For


D/2K11/ Promoting Research in the State
145(C) of Haryana in The Promising
Area of Non-Conventional
Machining Wire Cut EDM

International Atomic
Energy Agency,
Vienna Austria
(International)

9.00 lakhs

Department of Science 19.5 lakhs


& Technology,
Government of India
(National)

Does the university have any projects sponsored by the industry/


corporate houses? If yes, give details such as the name of the
project, funding agency and grants received.
Yes, M.M. University, Mullana has several projects, which are
sponsored by the industries/corporate houses. The detail of all the
projects is mentioned under:
Sr.
No.

Name
Institute
1.

of

Name of project

Name
of
Funding
Industry/Corporate
House

Grant
Received

Antiarthritic activity
of the mentioned
formulations

Dr. Raj Preet Singh, Guru


Nanak Medical Centre,
Jalandhar, Punjab.

42,000/-

M/s Pragati Engineers,


Industrial Estate, Ambala
Cantt.

25,000/-

Acute and subacute


toxicity
of
the
formulations
2.

Performance
qualification of Tray
Dryer.
Performance
qualification
of
Tablet Coating Pans

3.

Stability
improvement
of
veterinary calcium
powder mixer

M/s Suncure Laboratories.

25,000/-

4.

Formuilation
development
of
Pantoprazole sodium
(Dissolution
in
accordance to IP)

M/s Horizon Bioceuticals


Pvt. Ltd., Industrial Area,
Nangal-Kheri, Panipat.

2,00,000/-

5.

Trouble shooting for


camylofin
dihydrochloride
combinations

M/s Horizon Bioceuticals


Pvt. Ltd., Industrial Area,
Nangal-Kheri, Panipat.

1,00,000/-

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6.

Stability
clavulanate
potassium
combinations

of

M/s Horizon Bioceuticals


Pvt. Ltd., Industrial Area,
Nangal-Kheri, Panipat.

1,00,000/-

7.

Formulation
and
development
of
veterinary calcium
suspension

M/s Eutticon Laboratories,


Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan.

25,000/-

Stability
validation
veterinary
suspension

and
of

Formulation
and
development
of
formula related to
increase
milk
production
of
veterinary as bolus
form

3.2.5

8.

Formulation
and
development
of
novel formulation of
anti-histaminic and
its stability

M/s
Unitech
Pharmaceuticals,
Partap
Nagar, Bhatinda, Punjab.

50,000/-

9.

Development of new
drug
delivery
systems,
cost
reduction
and
stability
of
combination
molecules of anti
viral
drug
and
marketing strategies
of
pharmaceutical
formulations

M/s
M-care
Pharma,
Haridwar, Uttarakhand.

25000/-

How many departments of the university have been recognized for their
research activities by national / international agencies (UGC-SAP, CAS;
Department with Potential for Excellence; DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR,
ICHR, ICPR, etc.) and what is the quantum of assistance received?
Mention any two significant outcomes or breakthroughs achieved by
this recognition.

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Sr.
No
.
1.

Institute
Name

Name of
Department

Name of Agency

Assistance
Received

Significant
Outcome

M. M.
Engineerin
g College

Physics

Department of
Science &
Technology, Govt. of
India, New Delhi,
SR/FTP/PS 69/2008), March 04,
2010.

6,00,000/-

Installation
of Nano
Science Lab

Physics

Department of
Science &
Technology, Govt. of
India, New Delhi
SR/FTP/ETA044/2009,

16,00,000/-

Installation
of Material
Science Lab

2,64,000/-

Installation
of
Theoretical
Nuclear
Physics Lab

2.

Oct. 09, 2009


3.

Physics

Department of
Science and
Technology, Govt. of
India, SR/FTP/PS82/2009
June 11, 2010

4.

5.

MM
College of
Pharmacy

Physics

International Atomic
Energy Agency,
Austria

9,00,000/-

Nuclear
Structure &
decay data
Evaluation
Activity
Initiated
under the
auspice of
IAEA

Pharmacy

Recognized as
Scientific & Industrial
Research
Organization by
Department of
Scientific & Industrial
Research, DST,
Government of India.

By virtue of
having this
recognition
as institute
fetched the
research
grants of
about
40,00,000/from
AYUSH &
Department
of Science
and
Technology
, Govt. of
India

The research
projects are
in process
and are
expected to
increase the
IPR pool of
institute

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6.

Pharmacy

MM University is
recognized by ASIC,
UK

7.

Pharmacy

Department of
Science and
Technology,
Government of India,
vide letter no.
SB/ITS/00150/201314

8.

Pharmacy

Department of
Science and
Technology,
Government of India.

9.

Pharmacy

Department of
Science and
Technology,
Government of India
vide letter no.
SB/ITSY/04439/2013-14

Dr. Sumeet
Gupta has
received
financial
support of
66500/- to
present his
research
paper in an
Internationa
l
Conference
at
Singapore
on dated 1517 April,
2013
Dr. Vipin
Saini has
received
financial
support of
32267/- to
present his
research
paper in an
Internationa
l
Conference
at
Singapore
on dated 1213
September,
2013
Dr. Sunil
Kamboj has
received
financial
support of
63733/- to
present his
research
paper in an
Internationa

Being
constituent
organization
of MM
University
the
recognition
added in
building the
brand value
of institute
Presented
Research
Paper which
has also been
published in
indexed
journal of
World
Academy of
Science,
Engineering
and
Technology

Presented
Research
Paper which
has also been
published in
indexed
journal of
World
Academy of
Science,
Engineering
and
Technology

Presented
Research
Paper which
has also been
published in
indexed
journal of
World
Academy of
Science,

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l
Conference
at Bangkok,
Thailand on
dated 24-25
December,
2013
Aarti Singh,
Ph.D.
research
Scholar
received
490215/- as
Internationa
l Travel
Support for
attending
IEEE
Internationa
l
Conference
on
Computer
Science and
Automation
Engineering
held in
China in
June 2011.

Engineering
and
Technology

10. MMICT &


BM

MCA

DST under grant


no.SR/ITS/0766/2011
-12

Attended
IEEE
CSAE11
conference at
Shanghai and
presented
Ph.D.
Research
work there.
Paper is
indexed in
IEE Explore

11. MMICT &


BM (HM)

Hunar-seRozgar

Ministry of Tourism,
Government of India

2,60,000/-

Employabilit
y Enhanced

12.

Entrepreneurshi
p
Skill
Development
Program
on
Bakery Products
from

Ministry of Small
Medium Enterprises

11,882/-

Entrepreneur
ship
skills
developed

3.2.6 List details of


a. Research projects completed and grants received during the last
four years (funded by National/International agencies).
b. Inter-institutional collaborative projects and grants received
i) All India collaboration
ii) International

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a. The list of projects funded by National/International agencies and Interinstitutional collaborative projects from National/International level is
mentioned under:
Sr.
no.

Institute Name

Name of project

Grant
Received

All India Collaboration /


International
Collaboration

Department of
Physics, MM
Engineering College

Photoluminescence
behaviour of organically
and inorganically capped
core-shell
ZnSnanophosphors

6,24,000/-

Department of Science
and Technology,
Government of India

2.

Effect of Cold Work and


Aging on Microstructure
and Mechanical
Properties of Interstitial
Free (IF) steels

16,20,000/-

Department of Science
and Technology,
Government of India

3.

High Spin Features of


Three-quasiparticle
Rotational Bands

2,64,000/-

Department of Science
and Technology,
Government of India

Role of Mobile Agents in


Mobile Computing

8,60,000/-

All India Council of


Technical Education,
Government of India

Calibration of Routing
and Security Features in
Heterogeneous Networks
using Mobile Agents

8,00,000/-

All India Council of


Technical Education,
Government of India

Developing Infrastructure
For Promoting Research
In The State of Haryana
in the Promising Area of
Non-Conventional
Machining Wire Cut Edm

19,50,000/-

Department of Science &


Technology, Government
of India

7.

Advancement in
Metrology Lab

10,00,000/-

All India Council of


Technical Education under
MODROB, Government
of India

8.

Advancement in
Computer Aided Design
& Automation Lab

10,35,000/-

All India Council of


Technical Education under
MODROBS, Government
of India

9.

Advancement in
Tribology Lab

8,00,000/-

All India Council of


Technical Education under
MODROBS, Government
of India

Laboratory Modernization
plan for developing
research facilities

10,00,000/-

All India Council of


Technical Education,
Government of India

1.

4.

Department of CSE,
M.M. Engineering
College

5.

6.

10.

Department of
Mechanical
Engineering College,
M.M. Engineering
College

Department of
Electrical
Engineering, M.M.

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Engineering College

11.

(Electric Machines and


Drives Lab)
Advanced Control and
Power Electronics Lab

7,00,000/-

All India Council of


Technical Education,
Government of India

12.

Department of Civil
Engineering, M.M,
Engineering College

Modernization of Fluid
Mechanics Laboratory

10,00,000/-

All India Council of


Technical Education,
Government of India

13.

M.M. College of
Nursing

Prevalence of Anemia
among antenatal mothers
and prevention strategies

30,000/-

M.M. Education Trust

3.3

Research Facilities

3.3.1

What efforts have been made by the university to improve its


infrastructure requirements to facilitate research? What strategies
have been evolved to meet the needs of researchers in emerging
disciplines?
University has state of art infrastructure facilities like enriched
laboratories, library facilities with rich collection of books, Journals &
e-journals, 24 hours power backups, Internet facilities (Speed limits
145 MBPS), Central Instrument facilities, faculty research laboratories
etc. Liberal allocation of funds by the University for promotion of
research. As yet the University has invested Rs.56.16 Crore on
purchase of equipments for upgradation of its laboratories and Rs.1.64
Crore for books and other resource material for libraries.

3.3.2

Does the university have an Information Resource Centre to cater


to the needs of researchers? If yes, provide details of the facility?
Yes, This facility is available through central library of university with
DELNET consortium, various software packages (like TURNITN),
ample number of books, print journals and electronic resources
package for e-journals IEEE, ASME,ASCE Bentham Science,
EBSCO-Business Source Elite, EBSCO-Dentistry, LWW cluster
collection, Info Trac Medical Collection, AIR-Supreme Court database
1950-2011, AIR-High Court database, 1950-2011, Criminal Law
journal database, 1950-2011, AIR Privy Council database 1914, AIR
Online Institutional version, SSC online Web Edition, AIR Manual
latest edition and others like NPTEL video courses, Animal simulator
(for the use of Pharmacology/ Physiology/ Pharmacy students and
faculty), DELNET, etc.

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3.3.3

Does the university have a University Science Instrumentation


Centre (USIC)? If yes, have the facilities been made available to
research scholars? What is the funding allotted to USIC?
Yes, University has Central Instrumentation Centre facility. This
facility is made available to all the departments and research scholars
of the university. Central Instrumentation facility is responsible for
upkeep and maintenance of all equipments installed in University
laboratories. Further University has a University Information &
Information Technology Maintenance Cell for maintenance of all
computing facilities available in University.
More than One Crore rupees fund allocated for maintenance and
development of the central instrument lab.

3.3.4

Does the university provide residential facilities (with computer


and internet facilities) for research scholars, post-doctoral fellows,
research associates, summer fellows of various academies and
visiting scientists (national/international)?
Yes, The University provides ample residential facilities with Wi-Fi,
ready access to computing facility and other amenities in University.
For international visitors special arrangements are readily made on
their request. Even some research scholars of other organisation have
been provided stay and research facilities on their request. For
example, a student from Uttaranchal Technical University, Dehardun
was allowed to work in the University during June 2012-October 2012.
Similarly students from Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, Lovely
Professional University and Jawaharlal Nehru University were
provided with similar facilities

3.3.5

Does the university have a specialized research centre/ workstation


on-campus and off-campus to address the special challenges of
research programmes?
Yes, University has a specialized research centre like computer aided
drug design to develop the new chemical entity (NCE) through
software. This workstation helps molecular modelling, homology
modelling, Extensive protein analysis, Protein-ligand & ProteinPeptide, 2D, 3D Quantitative \Structure Activity Relationship,
Identification of Pharmacophore feature for a given dataset, Focused
and unbiased in-silico combinatorial library generation based on
template,
Addresses the know-why behind chemical interactions and stimulates
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special considerations on the structure and chemical bonding via


molecular properties, Advance module for large size compound
database creation and searches on single or multiple databases.
Moreover, there is no off- campus of University.
3.3.6

Does the university have centres of national and international


recognition/repute? Give a brief description of how these facilities are
made use of by researchers from other laboratories
University as such does not have any center of national and international
recognition/repute. However University welcomes the researchers and
provides all types of research facilities such as chemicals, instruments, stay
etc. on demand to the researchers. The list of the facilities provided/in
process to the researchers from other Institutions/Universities is mentioned
below:

Sr.
no

Student
name

Research
topic

Research
type

Duration

University/c
ollege

Facility
provided

Status

Mr. Satish
Bhuman

Anti-diabetic
Activity of
Broccoli
Extract in
Type-II
Diabetes
Mellitus

Antidiabetic

Uttaranchal
Technical
University,
Dehardun,
Uttarakhand

Animal
house, Elisa
reader, semi
auto
analyzer,
Double beam
spectrophoto
meter,
Histopatholo
gy lab,
electronic
balance

Completed

Activity

June
2012October
2012

Ascertaining
molecular
basis of drug
induced
osteoporosis
in diabetic rats

Diabetic
complicati
ons

June
2013July 2013

Guru Nank
Dev
University,
Amritsar,
Punjab

Animal
house, Elisa
reader, semi
auto
analyzer,
Double beam
spectrophoto
meter,
Histopatholo
gy lab,
electronic
balance,
Urine
collector
equipment

Animal
studies
have
completed
and
Molecular
mechanism
part is in
process

Ms.
Manvi

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Mr.
Macwin
Rodrigues

Design,
docking and
synthesis of
pyrazoline
derivatives as
antiinflammatory
agents

Antiinflammat
ory
activity

May
2015 to
July 2015

Rajaram and
Tarabai
Bndekar
College of
Pharmacy,
Goa
University

Animal
house,
Digital
plythesmogr
aph,
weighing
balance,

Completed

Ms.
Harpreet
Kaur

Evaluation of
anxiolytic
activity of
extracts of
cuminum on
mice

Anxiolytic
activity

July 2015
onwards

Punjab
Technical
University,
Jalandhar,
Punjab

Animal
house, semi
auto
analyzer,
Double beam
spectrophoto
meter,
Histopatholo
gy lab,
electronic
balance, plus
maze,

Ongoing

actophotome
ter, computer
internet
facility
7

Ms.
Jaswinder
kaur

Evaluation of
motor
coordination
activity of
Huperzine in
mice

Muscle
coordinati
on activity

July 2015
onwards

Punjab
Technical
University,
Jalandhar,
Punjab

Animal
house, semi
auto
analyzer,
Double beam
spectrophoto
meter,
Histopatholo
gy lab,
electronic
balance, plus
maze,

Ongoing

actophotome
ter, computer
internet
facility
8

Ms. Jasvir
Kaur

Evaluation of
anxiolytic
activity of
extracts of
herbal extracts
on mice

Anxiolytic
activity

July 2015
onwards

Punjab
Technical
University,
Jalandhar,
Punjab

Animal
house, semi
auto
analyzer,
Double beam
spectrophoto
meter,
Histopatholo
gy lab,
electronic
balance, plus

Ongoing

145

maze,
actophotome
ter, computer
internet
facility
3

Ms. Ritu
Varshney

In vivo effects
of Some
flavonoids for
their Anti
obese effects

Obesity

Project
will be
started
after
receiving
the funds

Department
of
Biotechnolo
gy, Indian
Institute of
Technology,
Roorkee,
Uttarakhand

Animal
house, Elisa
reader, semi
auto
analyzer,
Double beam
spectrophoto
meter,
Histopatholo
gy lab,
electronic
balance,
Urine
collector
equipment

Not started
yet

Ms.
Jagddep
Kaur

Pharmacologi
cal Evaluation
of Some
Drugs In LArginineInduced Acute
Necrotizing
Pancreatitis In
Rats

Diabetic
study

Project
will be
started
after
receiving
the funds

Punjab
Technical
University,
Jalandhar,

Animal
house, Elisa
reader, semi
auto
analyzer,
Double beam
spectrophoto
meter,
Histopatholo
gy lab,
electronic
balance,
Urine
collector
equipment

Not started
yet

To Study The
Pharmacologi
cal Effect Of
Different
Drugs On
Carbon
Tetrachloride
and
ParacetamolInduced
Hepatotoxicit
y In Rats

Hepatopro
tectivity

Animal
house, Elisa
reader, semi
auto
analyzer,
Double beam
spectrophoto
meter,
Histopatholo
gy lab,
electronic
balance,
Urine
collector
equipment

Not started
yet

Mr.
Harsimran
Singh

Punjab
University,
Chandigarh

Project
will be
started
after
receiving
the funds

Punjab
Technical
University,
Jalandhar,

Punjab
University,
Chandigarh

146

Sr.
No.

Journal

Editorial Board

Editorial Policy

Database/
Indexing

Title

3.4

Research Publications and Awards

3.4.1

Does the university publish any research journal(s)? If yes, indicate


the composition of the editorial board, editorial policies and state
whether it/they is/are listed in any international database.
Yes, University publishes 8 Research Journals. Each Article is reviewed
by the Editorial / Review Panel of the concerned journal. Acceptance for
publication is contingent upon addressing all concerns of Peer Reviewers.
1. Contemporary Clinical Dentistry (CCD)
2. MMU Journal of Management Practices (MMUJMP)
3. Journal of Engineering & Technology (JET)
4.

International Journal
Technology (IJIDT)

Of

Information

Dissemination

And

5. Global Journal of Pharmaceutical Education & Research (GJPER)


6. Current Trends in Biotechnology & Chemical Research (CTBCR)
7. BRICS Journal of Educational Research (BRICSJER)
8. Clinical Communiqus & Medical Education (CCME)

147

1.

Contem
porary
Clinical
Dentistr
y (CCD)

pISSN :
0976
237X

Editor-in Chief
Prof S.G Damle
Vice Chancellor
M M University
Mullana,Ambala
(HR)

Associate Editors
eISSN :
0976
2361

Prof. Nageshwar
Iyer
M M University
Mullana,Ambala
(HR)
Prof. Shalini Garg
M M University
Mullana,Ambala
Prof. Sivakumar
Nuvvula
Narayana Dental
College & Hospital
Nellore, Andhra
Pradesh

Assistant Editors
Dr. Abhishek
Dhindsa
Dr. Ashish Loomba

International
Advisory Editorial
Board Members :
26

Sectional Editorial
Board Members :
76

2.

MMU
Journal
of
Manage

Editor in
Chief:
Dr. P. S.

Contemporary Clinical Dentistry (CCD) is a peer reviewed


journal published on behalf of M.M.University and issues
are published quarterly in the last week of March, June,
September and December.The Editor-in-Chief of the journal
is responsible for deciding which of the articles submitted to
the journal should be published. The
A manuscript will be reviewed for possible publication with
the understanding that it is being submitted to Contemporary
Clinical Dentistry alone at that point of time and has not
been published anywhere, simultaneously submitted, or
already accepted for publication elsewhere. The journal
expects that authors would authorize one of them to
correspond with the Journal for all matters related to the
manuscript. All manuscripts received are duly
acknowledged. On submission, editors review all submitted
manuscripts initially for suitability for formal review.
Manuscripts with insufficient originality, serious scientific
or technical flaws, or lack of a significant message are
rejected before proceeding for formal peer-review.
Manuscripts that are unlikely to be of interest to the readers
of Contemporary Clinical Dentistry are also liable to be
rejected at this stage itself.
Manuscripts that are found suitable for publication in
Contemporary Clinical Dentistry are sent to two or more
expert reviewers. During submission, the contributor is
requested to provide names of two or three qualified
reviewers who have had experience in the subject of the
submitted manuscript, but this is not mandatory.
Manuscripts accepted for publication are copy edited for
grammar, punctuation, print style, and format. Page proofs
are sent to the corresponding author. The corresponding
author should be the uploading author and is expected to
return the corrected proofs within three days. All authors
must disclose any and all conflicts of interest they may have
with publication of the manuscript or an institution or
product that is mentioned in the manuscript and/or is
important to the outcome of the study presented.
Contemporary Clinical Dentistry condemn and criticize the
efforts of plagiarism. The journal follows strictly the norms
of ethics and sanctity of academics. Plagiarism is a serious
literary offence and it will not entertain this sort of
delinquencies. Plagiarism in any form (be it copying the text
or figures from literature or internet journal or some
published articles without quoting proper references etc. will
be dealt seriously and delinquents will be blacklisted and
their names will be put on the journals website.

Journal is bi-annual journal & follows double blind


review process, on the basis of reviewer's comment final
decision depends on editor -in-chief and editors.

The journal is
indexed with
BIOBASE,
Caspur,
Chemical
Abstracts,
CNKI (China
National
Knowledge
Infrastructure),
DOAJ, EBSCO
Publishing's
Electronic
Databases,
Expanded
Academic
ASAP,
Genamics
JournalSeek,
Google Scholar,
Health &
Wellness
Research
Center, Health
Reference
Center
Academic,
Hinari, Index
Copernicus,
Indian Science
Abstracts,
IndMed,
National
Science Library,
OpenJGate,
PrimoCentral,
ProQuest,
PubMed,
Pubmed
Central,
SCOLOAR,
SCOPUS, SIIC
databases,
Summon by
Serial Solutions
and Ulrich's
International
Periodical
Directory

Journal is
currently not
listed with any
agency

148

ment
Practice
s
(MMUJ
MP)

Vohra
Editors:
Dr. Anil
Chandhok
Mr. Sudhir
Rana

ISSN :
0974
7257

Dr. Ruchika
Wadhwa

Editorial Advisory
Board Members :
27

3.

Journal
of
Enginee
ring and
Technol
ogy
(JET)

Patron
Honble Sh. Tarsem
Kumar Garg
Co-Patron(s)
Dr. S. G. Damle
Dr. N. P. Mehta

ISSN :
0976
8580

Chief Editor
Dr N P Mehta
Editor
Er. Rahul Dev
Gupta
Associate Editors
Er. Upain Bhatia
Er. Rajesh Khanna

Journal Advisory
Board
(International)
Members : 14

Journal of Engineering and Technology, a publication of M


M University Mullana-Ambala, is a peer-reviewed online
journal with Semiannual print on demand compilation of
issues published. The journals full text is available online at
http://www.onlinejet.net. The journal allows free access
(Open Access) to its contents and permits authors to selfarchive final accepted version of the articles on any OAIcompliant institutional / subject-based repository. The
journal does not charge for submission, processing or
publication of manuscripts and even for color reproduction
of photographs.
The papers are considered for possible publication on the
understanding that these have not been submitted for the
purpose elsewhere. The copyright of papers accepted for
publication lies with the M M University Mullana-Ambala
and reproduction of the papers or any part thereof is not
allowed without the permission of the M M University.
The views expressed by the authors do not necessarily
represent those of the Chief Editor or Publisher, or the
management of the M M University Mullana. The journal is
being published on the condition and understanding that all
the information provided herein is merely for reference and
must not be taken as having authority of or binding in any
way on the authors, editors and publisher who do not owe
any responsibility for any damage or loss to any person, for
the result of any action taken on the basis of this work.
Though every care has been taken to avoid errors, the editors
shall be obliged if mistakes are bought to their notice.

Journal Advisory
Board (National)
Members : 28

4.

Internati
onal
Journal
Of

Editor-In-Chief
Dr. Ashok
Kumar, Chief
Librarian

IJIDT is a peer-reviewed Quarterly journal published on


behalf of M.M. University, Mullana, Ambala. IJIDT
publishes papers of original research work related to
information-management, dissemination, communication,

The journal is
indexed with
CNKI (China
National
Knowledge
Infrastructure),
EBSCO
Publishing's
Electronic
Databases,
Genamics
JournalSeek,
Google Scholar,
Health &
Wellness
Research
Center, Health
Reference
Center
Academic,
Hinari, Index
Copernicus,
Indian Science
Abstracts,
National
Science Library,
OpenJGate,
SCOLOAR,
SIIC databases
and Ulrich's
International
Periodical
Directory
GoogleScholar, Index
Copernicus,
DOAJ, Library

149

Informa
tion
Dissemi
nation &
Technol
ogy
(IJIDT)

pISSN
2229
5984

eISSN
2249
5576

M.M.U MullanaAmbala,
Haryana
Executive
Editor
Dr. Dinesh K.
Gupta
Managing
Editor
Ajay K. Arora,
India
Associate
Editors
Suresh
Aggarwal, India
Anubha Gupta,
India
Parvez Ahmad,
Saudi Arabia

networking, information systems and technologies,


knowledge and data management, records and archives
management, integrated library systems, econtent/ ebooks/
digital collections, digital preservation, artificial intelligence
etc. All papers submitted to this journal undergo a
preliminary review at the editorial desk and those considered
appropriate will be also be reviewed by experts in the
concerned subject area. On the recommendation of editorial
board, the article may be rejected or assigned to the
reviewers. The peer review process would entail
approximately 2-4 months.
Each article is reviewed by the review panel of IJIDT or an
appropriate expert. Acceptance for publication is contingent
upon addressing all concerns of peer reviewers. Generally
the author is notified regarding the acceptability of
manuscript within five weeks; editorial decision may
occasionally take longer. Readers are invited to respond to
any article in the form of letters/ email to the editor-in-chief.
The decision of the editor-in-chief is full and final in all
matters and reserves the right to make corrections in the
submitted manuscript as per the review report and printing
requirements.

Literature &
Information
Science Index
(H.W.Wilson)
EISRJC, JGate,
ProQuest,
Ulrichs
Periodical
Directory,
Scirus,
EBSCO,
INSPEC,
NewJour,
Academic
Keys, Cite
Factor

Editorial Board
Members
(International):
12

Editorial Board
Members
(National): 27

5.

Global
Journal
of
Pharma
ceutical
Educatio
n And
Researc
h
(GJPER)

ISSN:
2278
0580

Editor-in-ChiefProf. (Dr.) Vipin


Saini

Editor(s)Girish Kumar
Gupta
A. Pandurangan

Executive EditorsSumeet Gupta,


Randhir Singh,
Vichitra Kaushik

Global Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research


(GJPER), is peer-reviewed Bi-annually Journal published on
behalf of M.M. University, Mullana-Ambala. GJPER
publishes papers of original research work related to all
aspects of Pharmaceutical Education. The Journal is
published Bi-annually in the months of January - June and
July -December. Each article is reviewed by an associate and
executive editor and/or other appropriate expert. Acceptance
for publication is contingent upon addressing all concerns of
peer reviewers. Generally the author is notified regarding the
acceptability of the manuscript within five weeks; editorial
decisions may occasionally take longer. Readers are invited
to respond to any article in the form of letters/ email to the
editor. The decision of the Editor in- Chief is full and final
in all matters

Index
Copernicus
International
(ICV 4.5 2012`)

Associate Editor-

150

Abhay Asthana

Editorial Board
Members: 18

Advisors: 6

6.

Current
Trends
in
Biotechn
ology
and
Chemica
l
Researc
h
(CTBCR
)

pISSN
22494073

Editor-in-ChiefAnil K. Sharma

Executive EditorsPaul B. Savage,


H.K. Sharma,
Rajshree Khare,
S.S. Sandhu.

Associate EditorStephen O.
Methew,

Current Trends in Biotechnology and Chemical Research


(CTBCR), is peer-reviewed Bi-annually Journal published
on behalf of M.M. University, Mullana-Ambala. CTBCR
publishes papers of original research work related to all
aspects of Chemistry, Biochemistry, Agriculture, Animal
Biotechnology, Environment and Biodiversity. The Journal
is published Bi-annually in the months of January - June and
July -December. Each article is reviewed by an associate and
executive editor and/or other appropriate expert. Acceptance
for publication is contingent upon addressing all concerns of
peer reviewers. Generally the author is notified regarding the
acceptability of the manuscript within five weeks; editorial
decisions may occasionally take longer. Readers are invited
to respond to any article in the form of letters/ email to the
editor. The decision of the Editor in- Chief is full and final
in all matters.

Vasu Punj,

CAS (Chemical
Abstracts,
USA)
DRJI
Cite Factor
Open J-GATE
DOAJ
Google Scholar
Medical
Journal Links
(USA)
Scientific
Indexing
Services (SIS)
[Texas,USA]

Surjeet Singh,
eISSN
2321
0265

Shrishendu
Mukherjee.

Editorial Board
Members
(International): 12

Editorial Board
Members
(National) : 27
7.

BRICS
Journal
of
Educatio

Chief Advisor
Prof. D.P. Asija

BRICS Journal of Educational Research is a peer reviewed


International journal published on behalf of M.M.
University, Mullana-Ambala. BRICSJER publishes papers
of original research-work related to one or other aspects of

151

nal
Researc
h
(BRICS
JER)

ISSN :
2231
5829

Editor-In-Chief
Prof. Neelam
Dhamija

Academic Editor
Dr. Sandhya Gihar

Executive Editor
Dr. Suresh
Aggarwal

education. The Journal is published quarterly in the months


of March, June, September and December every year.
A submitted manuscript must be an original contribution not
previously published, must not be under consideration for
publication elsewhere in similar form, in any language.The
editors, publishers or other involved parties do not owe any
responsibility for any damage or loss of any type due to the
contents of this journal. All disputes are subject to Ambala
jurisdiction only.
Each paper is reviewed by review panel of the BRICSJER
comprising senior academicians. Acceptance for publication
is contingent upon addressing all concerns of peer reviewers.
The decision of the Editor-in-Chief is full and final in all
matters & she reserves the right to make corrections in the
submitted manuscript as per the review report and printing
requirements.

Managing Editor
Ashok Kumar

8.

Clinical
Commu
niques
and
Medical
Educatio
n
(CCME)

Editor-in-ChiefPatnaik V.V.
Gopichand

Executive EditorsBK Aggarwal


Harnam Kaur

ISSN :
2320
9208

Baljeet Maini
Monika Garg
Rambha Pathak

Associate EditorNageshwar lyer


Jyoti Sarin
Manu Goel

Assistant Editors-

Clinical Communiques and Medical Education (CCME)


(Print ISSN 2320-9208) is peer reviewed journal published
on behalf of Maharishi Markandeshwar University and
issues are published biannually. It has been established to
publish material from a broad base of medical and
paramedical researchers/expert. It is accepting articles of
merit from contributors all over the world. Above all we
adhere to the highest standards in research with particular
emphasis on novelty of ideas and methodological and ethical
rigor. The article should have prior approval from ethical
rigor. The article should have prior approval from ethical
committee. The journal publishes original research papers,
review, clinical studies, case series, brief communiques of
interest in all branches of medical science and education.

Applied

The information and opinions presented in the Journal


reflect the views of the authors and not for the journal or its
Editorial Board or the Publisher. Publication does not
constitute endorsement by the journal. Neither the CCME
not its publishers nor anyone else involved in creating,
producing or delivering the CCME or the materials
contained therein, assumes any liability or responsibility for
the accuracy completeness, or usefulness of any information
provided in the CCME nor shall they be liable for any direct,
indirect, incidental, special, consequential or punitive
damages arising out of the use of the CCME.

Gaurav Gupta
Manish Bathla
Girish Gupta

Managing EditorAshok Kumar

152

National Advisory
Board Members: 9

3.4.2

Give Detail of Publications by the faculty


Researchers/Faculty members of MMU have published an ample of
research/review articles in various reputed peer reviewed and indexed
journals. A total number of more than 6000 publications including both
Journal Publications and Conference Publications have been published by
authors affiliated to the Maharishi Markandeshwar University, Mullana. The
detail are given as under:
SR.

PARAMETER

NO

TOTAL

No of Papers Published in Peer Reviewed National/International


Journals

3995

Monographs

58

Chapters in Books

66

Books Edited

17

Books with ISBN with details of publishers

87

Numbers listed in International Databases

1088

Average Citation Index

6.07

Citation Range

1-147

Average SNIP

0.745

SNIP Range

0.00-15.12

Average SJR

0.455

SJR Range

0.001-13.514

Average Impact Factor

1.324

Impact Factor Range

0.001-7.261

Scopus h-Index

19

10

11

3.4.3 Give details of

faculty serving on the editorial boards of national and international


journals

faculty serving as members of steering committees of international


conferences recognized by reputed organizations/societies
153

Faculty serving on the editorial boards of national and international journals


Sr. No.

Institute
name

Name of faculty in
editorial Board

Name of Journal

National/
International

M.M.
Engineering
College

Dr. S. K. Aggarwal

Editor, International
Journal of Energy
Sciences

International

2.

Dr. O.V. Singh

Editor, Worlds
Electrical Engineering
and Technology, Iran

International

3.

Dr. Rajnish Kumar

Editor, International
Journal of Wireless
Communications,
Networking and Mobile
Computing

International

4.

Dr. Sanjeev Rana

Reviewer, Global
journal of Computer
Science and Technology

International

5.

Prof. R.D. Gupta

Editor, Journal of
Engineering and
Technology

National

6.

Dr. Rajshree

Associate Editor,
Current Trends in
Biotechnology and
Chemical Research
(pISSN-2249-4073,
eISSN-2321-0265)

National

Associate Editor, Journal


of Biological and
Chemical Sciences

National

1.

Khare

7.

(ISSN-2394-9139)
8.

Dr. H. K. Sharma

9.

10.

Dr. Vinod Kumar

Associate Editor,
Current Trends in
Biotechnology and
Chemical Research
(pISSN-2249-4073,
eISSN-2321-0265)

National

Editorial Board Member,


Research Journal of
Chemistry and
Environment (ISSN0972-0626)

International

Editor, Current Trends


in Biotechnology and
Chemical Research
(pISSN-2249-4073,

National

154

eISSN-2321-0265)
11.

Dr. Deepak Gupta

Editorial Board
Member, Aryabhatta
Journal of Mathematics
and Informatics

National

ISSN 0975-7139
12.

Editor-in-Chief, Current
Trends in Biotechnology
and Chemical Research
(pISSN 2249-4073; eISSN
2321-0265)

International

13.

Lead Guest Editor, Journal


of Pathogens (ISSN 20903057) for the special issue
on Mycobiocontrol of
Insect Pests Molecular and
Biochemical Interaction.

International

14.

Lead Guest Editor for the


special issue of the Journal
Recent Patents on
Biotechnology (ISSN:
2212-4012 (Online)
ISSN: 1872-2083 (Print)
from Bentham Science
Publishers Ltd.

International

15.

Dr. S.S. Sandhu

Dr. Anil K. Sharma

Journal of Bioscience
and Biomedicine

International

(JBM, ISSN:2161-2625)
16.

Reviewer, African
Journal of
Biotechnology

International

17.

Associate Editor, Journal


of Pathogens for the
Special issue on
Entomopathogenic
Fungi

International

18.

Editorial Board Member,


Annals of Thyroid
Research

International

19.

Editorial Board Member,


Austin Alzheimers and
Parkinsons Disease

International

20.

Editorial Board Member,


Journal of Advances in
Biotechnology

International

21.

Chief Editor,
International Journal
Greener J Biochemistry

International

155

and Biotechnology
22.

Lead Guest editor,


Special issue on "Iron
Chelation and Drug
Resistance in Cancer and
Tuberculosis" for the
journal Current
Pharmaceutical
Biotechnology (Vol. 15,

National

23.

Lead Guest Editor for


the special issue on
Recent Patents in
Inflammation and
Allergy Drug Discovery
from Bentham Science
Publishers Ltd.
(SCImago~1.86)

International

24.

Editor-in-Chief, Current
Trends in Biotechnology
& Chemical Research

National

25.

Associate Editor,
Current Trends in
Biotechnology and
Chemical Research

National

Editorial Board Member,


International Journal of
Agricultural Science
Research

International

27.

Editor in Chief, Global


Journal of Dairy
Farming and Milk
Production

National

28.

Guest Editor, Special


Issue of Mini Reviews in
Medicinal Chemistry

National

29.

Guest Editor, Special


Issue of Current Enzyme
Inhibition

National

30.

Regional Editor, Asian


Journal of Biochemistry

International

31.

Regional Editor , Asian


Journal of
Biotechnology

International

32.

Regional Editor,
American Journal of
Biochemistry and
Molecular Biology

International

33.

Regional Editor,
Bacteriology Journal

International

26.

Dr. Vikas Beniwal

156

34.

Regional Editor,
Microbiology Journal

International

35.

Dr. Chetan Sharma

Managing editor, Journal


of Innovative Biology

National

36.

Dr. Mukesh Yadav

Editorial Board Member,


The Asia Journal of
Applied Microbiology
Online ISSN: 2313-8157
Print ISSN: 2409-2177

International

37.

Editorial Board Member,


Journal of Agriculture &
Life Sciences
ISSN 2375-4214 (Print),
2375-4222 (Online)

International

38.

Editorial Board Member,


International Journal of
Biotech Trends and
Technology

International

39.

Editorial Board Member,


Research Journal of
Agricultural and
Environmental
ScieNcesISSN:23940638

National

Editorial Board Member,


Journal
of
Drug
Research

International

Editor in Chief, Global


Journal
of
Pharmaceutical
Education and Research

International

Associate
International
Pceutical
Letters

Editor,
J.
of
Sciences

International

43.

Editor, Global Journal of


Pharmaceutical
Education and Research

International

44.

Member,
VSRD
International Journal of
Biotechnology
and
Pharmaceutical Sciences

International

45.

Member, International
Journal
of
BioTechnology
&
Pharmaceutical Sciences

International

46.

Member, International
Journal of Engineering &
Science Research

International

40.

M.M. College
of Pharmacy

Dr. Vipin Saini

41.

42.

Dr. A. Pandurangan

157

47.

Member, International
Journal of Advanced
Research in Engineering
and Science

International

48.

Member, International
Journal of Arts &
Education Research

International

49.

Dr. Abhay Asthana

Associate Editor, Global


Journal
of
Pharmaceutical
Education and Research

International

50.

Dr. Manu Sharma

Member,
Integrated
Advances

Board
of
Research

International

51.

Dr. Sumeet Gupta

Associate Editor, Food


biology

International

Reviewer, Journal
Pharmacological
Research

International

52.

of

53.

Dr. Randhir Singh


Dahiya

Executive Editor, Global


Journal
of
Pharmaceutical Science
and Research

National

54.

Mr. Akash Jain

Member, Global Journal


of
Pharmaceutical
Education and Research

National

55.

Dr. Suman Bala

Member, Global Journal


of
Pharmaceutical
Education and Research

International

56.

Mr. Girish Gupta

Editor, Global Journal of


Pharmaceutical
Education and Research

International

57.

Mr. Girish Gupta

Guest
Editor,
Biointerface Research in
Applied
Chemistry
(BIRAC)-Special Issue
on Future Prospects and
Advancements of Azoles
in Medicinal Chemistry

International

58.

Mr. Girish Gupta

Guest
Editor,
Mini
Reviews in Organic
Chemistry

International

59.

Mr. Girish Gupta

Guest Editor, AntiCancer


Agents
in
Medicinal Chemistry

International

60.

Mr. Girish Gupta

Guest Editor, Letters in


Organic Chemistry

International

61.

Mr. Girish Gupta

Member,

International

World

158

Academy of
Engeneering
Technology

Science,
and

62.

Mr. Girish Gupta

Member, Current Trends


in Biotechnology and
Chemical Research

National

63.

Mr. Girish Gupta

Member, International
Journal of Medicine and
Pharmaceutical Sciences

International

64.

Mr. Girish Gupta

Member, International
Journal of Biological
Research
and
Development

International

65.

Mr. Girish Gupta

Member, Indian Journal


of Herbal Technology

National

66.

Mr. Girish Gupta

Member, Journal
Pharmacy Research

of

International

67.

Mr. Girish Gupta

Member, International
Journal
of
Pharma
Sciences and Research

International

68.

Mr. Girish Gupta

Member,
Chronicals
Communics and Medical
Education

International

Dr. Patnaik V.V.


Gopichand

Clinical Communic &


Medical Education

National

70.

Dr. B.K. Aggarwal

Clinical Communic &


Medical Education

National

71.

Dr. TejinderKaur

Clinical Communic &


Medical Education

National

72.

Dr. Gaurav Gupta

Clinical Communic &


Medical Education

National

73.

Dr. Manish Bathla

Clinical Communic &


Medical Education

National

74.

Dr. Girish Gupta

Clinical Communic &


Medical Education

National

75.

Dr. Monika Garg

Clinical Communic&
Medical Education

National

76.

Dr. Patnaik V.V.


Gopichand

Journal of Anatomical
Society of India,

National

Journal of Post Graduate


Medicine

National

69.

77.

MM Institute
of Medical
Science and
Research

159

78.

Dr. Nitish Kumar

Journal of Neurosciences
in Rural practice

National

79.

Journal of AIDS & HIV


Research

National

80.

Indian Journal of
Clinical Medicine

National

81.

Dr. Surjit Singh

Current trends in
Biotechnology &
Chemical Research

National

82.

Dr. Sikha Mahajan

World research journal


of Biochemistry

International

Dr. Sumit Mittal

Reviewer, International
Journal of Computer,
Communication and
Information Technology
(IJCCIT)

International

Reviewer, International
Journal of Information
Dissemination &
Technology

International

83.

MMICT &
BM (MCA)

84.

85.

Dr. Atul Garg

Editorial Board Member,


International Journal of
New Innovations in
Engineering &
Technology (IJNIET)

International

86.

Dr. Aarti Singh

Associate Editor,
Scientific Technical
Committee and for
International Journal of
Computing Academic
Research (IJCAR),
Jordan

International

87.

Dr. Naveeta
Adlakha

Reviewer, Journal of
Technology &
Engineering Sciences
(JTES)

International

Dr. Senthil P Kumar

Invited Editor-in-chief,
Indian Journal of
Medical and Health
Sciences.

National

Founder and Chief


editor, Journal of
Physical Therapy

International

90.

Associate Editor,
International Journal of
Physiotherapy and
Rehabilitation

International

91.

Associate editor,
Clinical Communiques

National

88.

MM Institute
of
Physiotherapy

&
89.

Rehabilitation

160

in Medical Education
(CCME)
92.

Invited editorial board


member, Journal of
Sports Medicine and
Doping Studies
(JSMDS)

National

93.

Invited editorial board


member, Journal of
Physical Education and
Sport Management
(JPESM)

National

94.

Invited editorial board


member and peerreviewer, Journal of
Clinical Medicine and
Research

National

95.

Invited editorial board


member, Journal of
Medical Sciences and
Clinical Research

National

96.

Invited editorial board


member, Global Journal
of Medicine and Public
Health

National

97.

Invited editorial board


member, Clinical
Research on Foot and
Ankle

National

98.

Invited International
Advisory board member,
Turkish Journal of
Physical Medicine and
Rehabilitation

National

99.

Invited editorial board


member, Science
Research

National

100.

Invited editorial board


member, Scholars
Journal of Applied
Medical Sciences
(SJAMS)

National

101.

Invited editorial board


member, Palliative
Medicine and Care:
Open Access

National

161

102.

Invited editorial board


member, International
Journal of Educational
Policy Research and
Review (IJEPRR)

National

Reviewer, Nursing
Journal of India

National

104.

Reviewer , Nursing &


Midwifery Journal of
India

National

105.

Reviewer , Clinical
Communiques And
Medical Education

National

106.

Reviewer, Sky Journal


of Biochemistry
Research

International

Peer Reviewer, Nursing


Journal of India

National

108.

Peer Reviewer, Nursing


& Midwifery Journal of
India

National

109.

Associate Editor,
Clinical Communiques
And Medical Education

National

Associate Editor,
African Journal of
Business Management

International

111.

Associate Editor ,
International Journal of
Advances in
Management and
Economics

International

112.

Associate Editor ,
International Journal of
Business Management &
Administration

International

Member of Editorial
Advisory Board,
International Journal of
Research in Commerce,
Economics and
Management

International

Editor , MMU Journal of


Management Practices

International

Member of Editorial
Advisory Board, Journal
of Marketing

International

Guest Editor, Journal of

International

103.

107.

MMICT&BM
(HM)

M.M. College
of Nursing

110. MM Institute
of
Management

113.

Dr. Poonam Khanna

Dr. (Mrs) Jyoti Sarin

Prof. P.S. Vohra

Prof. Anil Chandok

114.
115.

116.

Mr. Sudhir Rana

162

International Business
Education
117.

Dr.
Wadhwa

118.

119. MMCDS & R

Ruchika

Editor, MMU Journal of


Management Practices

International

Dr. Sakshi Sharma

Editorial Board Member,


Journal of Strategic
Human Resource
Management

National

Dr. Nageshwar Iyer

Associate Editor,
Contemporary Clinical
Dentistry

International

Reviewer, Indian Journal


of Oral Sciences

National

Editorial Board Member,


American Journal of
Health Research

International

122.

Editorial Board Member,


Contemporary Clinical
Dentistry

International

123.

Editorial Board Member,


Journal of Indian
Academy of Oral
Medicine & Radiology

National

Lead Guest Editor, Open


Dentistry Journal

National

125.

Editorial Board Member,


Journal of Dentistry,
Oral Disorders &
Therapy

National

126.

Editorial Board Member,


EC Dental Sciences

International

120.
121.

124.

Dr. Soheyl Sheikh

Dr. Deepak Gupta

127.

Dr. Suma Sogi

Reviewer, Indian Journal


Of Dental Research

National

128.

Dr. Shalini Garg

Associate Editor,
Contemporary Clinical
Dentistry.

National

Reviewer, Pediatrics

International

129.
130.

Dr. Deepak Sharma

Reviewer, Journal of
Dental Research, Dental
Clinics, Dental Prospects

International

131.

Dr. Abhishek
Dhindsa

Assistant Editor,
Contemporary Clinical
Dentistry

International

132.

Dr. Ashish Loomba

Assistant Editor ,
Contemporary Clinical
Dentistry

International

163

133.

Dr. Kanwaldeep
Singh Soodan

Editorial Board Member,


International Journal of
Medical & Dental
Specialty

National

Editorial Board Member,


Journal of Medico
Research Chronicles

National

Editorial Board Member,


Contemporary Clinical
Dentistry

International

136.

Reviewer, British
Medical Journal

International

137.

Reviewer, Indian Journal


of Dental Research

National

138.

Reviewer, Indian
Society of Pediatric &
Preventive Dentistry

National

Editorial Board Member,


Journal of Periodontal
Medicine and Clinical
Practice

National

134.

135.

139.

Dr. G. M. Sogi

Dr. Jyoti Bansal

b. Faculty serving as members of steering committees of international


conferences recognized by reputed organizations / societies
Sr.

Institute name

Name of faculty
served as
member of
steering
committee

Name of
conference

Date (s)

National/
International

1.

M.M. Engineering
College

Dr. N.K. Batra

Newest drift in
mechanical
engineering
ICNDME-14

2021/12/2014

International

Newest drift in
mechanical
engineering
ICNDME-14

2021/12/2014

International

Newest drift in
mechanical
engineering
ICNDME-14

2021/12/2014

International

Newest drift in
mechanical
engineering
ICNDME-14

2021/12/2014

International

IRSL-2014

1011/06/201

International

2.

Convenor

Dr. Kapil Kumar


Co-convenor

3.

Dr. Rakesh
Kumar
Secretary

4.

Prof. Sameer
Sharma
Secratary

5.

Prof. A.K.
Sharma

164

Coordinator
6.

7.

8.

MM College of
Pharmacy

MMICT & BM
(MCA)

Mr. Girish Gupta,


Member of
Organizing
Committee

Dr. Atul Garg,


Member of
Technical
Programme
Committee of
NGCT-2015

Dr. Aarti Singh,


Member of
Technical
Programme
Committee

9.

Dr. Aarti Singh,


Member of
Review Board

10.

Dr. Sumit Mittal,


Member
Technical
Committee

11.

Dr. Atul Garg,


Member

4
International
Virtual
Conference on
Information
Retrieval on
Scientific
Literature:
Emeging
Frontiers and
Challenges
(IRSL-2014) on

1011/06/201
4

International

1st International
Conference on
Next
Generation
Computing
Technologies),
technically cosponsored by
IEEE, Centre of
Information
Technology,
University of
Petroleum
&
Energy Studies,
Dehradun

0405/09/201
5

International

1st International
Conference on
Advanced
Intelligent
Systems and
Informatics
(AISI2015),
Benisuef, Egypt

2830/11/201
5

International

2nd
International
Springer
Indexed
conference on
Computer and
Communication
Technologies
(IC3T15),
Hyderabad,
India.

2426/07/201
5

International

Confluence
2014,
Amity
University,
Noida

2526/09/201
4

International

Confluence
2014,
Amity

2526/09/201

International

165

12.

Technical
Committee

University,
Noida

Dr. Dimple
Juneja,

14th
International
Conference on
Reliability,
Optimization &
Information
Technology,
Department of
Computer
Science
&
Engineering,
Faculty
of
Engineering
and
Technology,
ManavRachnal
nternational
University,
Faridabad,
Haryana

0608/02/201
4

International

4th
International
Conference on
Emerging
Trends in
Engineering &
Technology
(IETET-2013) ,
organized by
Geeta Institute
of Management
& Technology,
Kanipla,
Kurukshetra

2527/10/201
3

International

Technical Session
Chairman

13.

Dr. Sumit Mittal,


Technical Session
Chairman

3.4.3 Give details of

faculty serving on the editorial boards of national and international


journals

faculty serving as members of steering committees of international


conferences recognized by reputed organizations / societies

166

Faculty serving on the editorial boards of national and international journals


Sr. No.

Institute
name

Name of
faculty in
editorial
Board

Name of Journal

National/
International

M.M.
Engineeri
ng
College

Dr. S. K.
Aggarwal

Editor, International
Journal of Energy Sciences

International

Dr. O.V.
Singh

Editor, Worlds Electrical


Engineering and
Technology, Iran

International

Dr. Rajnish
Kumar

Editor, International
Journal of Wireless
Communications,
Networking and Mobile
Computing

International

Dr. Sanjeev
Rana

Reviewer, Global journal


of Computer Science and
Technology

International

Prof. R.D.
Gupta

Editor, Journal of
Engineering and
Technology

National

Dr. Rajshree

Associate Editor, Current


Trends in Biotechnology
and Chemical Research
(pISSN-2249-4073,
eISSN-2321-0265)

National

Associate Editor, Journal


of Biological and
Chemical Sciences

National

1
2

Khare

(ISSN-2394-9139)
89

Dr. H. K.
Sharma

140.

Associate Editor, Current


Trends in Biotechnology
and Chemical Research
(pISSN-2249-4073,
eISSN-2321-0265)

National

Editorial Board Member,


Research Journal of
Chemistry and
Environment (ISSN-09720626)

International

141.

Dr. Vinod
Kumar

Editor, Current Trends in


Biotechnology and
Chemical Research
(pISSN-2249-4073,
eISSN-2321-0265)

National

142.

Dr. Deepak

Editorial Board Member,


Aryabhatta Journal of

National

167

Gupta

Mathematics and
Informatics
ISSN 0975-7139

143.

Editor-in-Chief, Current
Trends in Biotechnology and
Chemical Research (pISSN
2249-4073; eISSN 23210265)

International

144.

Lead Guest Editor, Journal


of Pathogens (ISSN 20903057) for the special issue
of
on
Mycobiocontrol
Insect Pests Molecular and
Biochemical Interaction.

International

145.

Lead Guest Editor for the


special issue of the Journal
Recent Patents on
Biotechnology (ISSN: 22124012 (Online)
ISSN: 1872-2083 (Print)
from Bentham Science
Publishers Ltd.

International

146.

Dr. S.S.
Sandhu

Dr. Anil K.
Sharma

Journal of Bioscience and


Biomedicine

International

(JBM, ISSN:2161-2625)
147.

Reviewer, African Journal


of Biotechnology

International

148.

Associate Editor, Journal


of Pathogens for the
Special issue on
Entomopathogenic
Fungi

International

149.

Editorial Board Member,


Annals of Thyroid
Research

International

150.

Editorial Board Member,


Austin Alzheimers and
Parkinsons Disease

International

151.

Editorial Board Member,


Journal of Advances in
Biotechnology

International

152.

Chief Editor, International


Journal Greener J
Biochemistry and
Biotechnology

International

153.

Lead Guest editor, Special


issue on "Iron Chelation
and Drug Resistance in
Cancer and Tuberculosis"

National

168

for the journal Current


Pharmaceutical
Biotechnology (Vol. 15,
154.

Lead Guest Editor for the


special issue on Recent
Patents in Inflammation
and Allergy Drug
Discovery from Bentham
Science Publishers Ltd.
(SCImago~1.86)

International

155.

Editor-in-Chief, Current
Trends in Biotechnology
& Chemical Research

National

156.

Associate Editor, Current


Trends in Biotechnology
and Chemical Research

National

Editorial Board Member,


International Journal of
Agricultural Science
Research

International

158.

Editor in Chief, Global


Journal of Dairy Farming
and Milk Production

National

159.

Guest Editor, Special Issue


of Mini Reviews in
Medicinal Chemistry

National

160.

Guest Editor, Special Issue


of Current Enzyme
Inhibition

National

161.

Regional Editor, Asian


Journal of Biochemistry

International

162.

Regional Editor , Asian


Journal of Biotechnology

International

163.

Regional Editor, American


Journal of Biochemistry
and Molecular Biology

International

164.

Regional Editor,
Bacteriology Journal

International

165.

Regional Editor,
Microbiology Journal

International

157.

Dr. Vikas
Beniwal

166.

Dr. Chetan
Sharma

Managing editor, Journal


of Innovative Biology

National

167.

Dr. Mukesh
Yadav

Editorial Board Member,


The Asia Journal of
Applied Microbiology
Online ISSN: 2313-8157
Print ISSN: 2409-2177

International

169

168.

Editorial Board Member,


Journal of Agriculture &
Life Sciences
ISSN 2375-4214 (Print),
2375-4222 (Online)

International

169.

Editorial Board Member,


International Journal of
Biotech Trends and
Technology

International

170.

Editorial Board Member,


Research Journal of
Agricultural and
Environmental
ScieNcesISSN:2394-0638

National

Editorial Board Member,


Journal of Drug Research

International

Editor in Chief, Global


Journal of Pharmaceutical
Education and Research

International

Associate
Editor,
International
J.
of
Pceutical Sciences Letters

International

174.

Editor, Global Journal of


Pharmaceutical Education
and Research

International

175.

Member,
VSRD
International Journal of
Biotechnology
and
Pharmaceutical Sciences

International

176.

Member,
International
Journal of Bio-Technology
& Pharmaceutical Sciences

International

177.

Member,
International
Journal of Engineering &
Science Research

International

178.

Member,
International
Journal
of
Advanced
Research in Engineering
and Science

International

179.

Member,
International
Journal
of
Arts
&
Education Research

International

Associate Editor, Global


Journal of Pharmaceutical
Education and Research

International

171.
172.

173.

180.

M.M.
College
of
Pharmacy

Dr.
Saini

Vipin

Dr.
A.
Pandurangan

Dr.
Abhay
Asthana

170

181.

Dr.
Manu
Sharma

Member,
Integrated
Advances

182.

Dr. Sumeet
Gupta

Associate
biology

183.

Board
of
Research

Editor,

International

Food

International

Reviewer,
Journal
of
Pharmacological Research

International

184.

Dr. Randhir
Singh Dahiya

Executive Editor, Global


Journal of Pharmaceutical
Science and Research

National

185.

Mr.
Jain

Akash

Member, Global Journal of


Pharmaceutical Education
and Research

National

186.

Dr.
Bala

Suman

Member, Global Journal of


Pharmaceutical Education
and Research

International

187.

Mr.
Girish
Gupta

Editor, Global Journal of


Pharmaceutical Education
and Research

International

188.

Mr.
Girish
Gupta

Guest Editor, Biointerface


Research
in
Applied
Chemistry
(BIRAC)Special Issue on Future
Prospects
and
Advancements of Azoles
in Medicinal Chemistry

International

189.

Mr.
Girish
Gupta

Guest
Editor,
Mini
Reviews
in
Organic
Chemistry

International

190.

Mr.
Girish
Gupta

Guest Editor, Anti-Cancer


Agents
in
Medicinal
Chemistry

International

191.

Mr.
Girish
Gupta

Guest Editor, Letters in


Organic Chemistry

International

192.

Mr.
Girish
Gupta

Member, World Academy


of Science, Engeneering
and Technology

International

193.

Mr.
Girish
Gupta

Member, Current Trends


in Biotechnology and
Chemical Research

National

194.

Mr.
Girish
Gupta

Member,
International
Journal of Medicine and
Pharmaceutical Sciences

International

195.

Mr.
Girish
Gupta

Member,
International
Journal
of
Biological
Research
and
Development

International

171

196.

Mr.
Girish
Gupta

Member, Indian Journal of


Herbal Technology

National

197.

Mr.
Girish
Gupta

Member,
Journal
Pharmacy Research

of

International

198.

Mr.
Girish
Gupta

Member,
International
Journal
of
Pharma
Sciences and Research

International

199.

Mr.
Girish
Gupta

Member,
Chronicals
Communics and Medical
Education

International

Dr. Patnaik
V.V.
Gopichand

Clinical Communic &


Medical Education

National

Dr. B.K.
Aggarwal

Clinical Communic &


Medical Education

National

202.

Dr.
TejinderKaur

Clinical Communic &


Medical Education

National

203.

Dr. Gaurav
Gupta

Clinical Communic &


Medical Education

National

204.

Dr. Manish
Bathla

Clinical Communic &


Medical Education

National

205.

Dr. Girish
Gupta

Clinical Communic &


Medical Education

National

206.

Dr. Monika
Garg

Clinical Communic&
Medical Education

National

207.

Dr. Patnaik
V.V.
Gopichand

Journal of Anatomical
Society of India,

National

Journal of Post Graduate


Medicine

National

Dr. Nitish
Kumar

Journal of Neurosciences
in Rural practice

National

210.

Journal of AIDS & HIV


Research

National

211.

Indian Journal of Clinical


Medicine

National

Current trends in
Biotechnology & Chemical

National

200.

201.

208.
209.

212.

MM
Institute
of
Medical
Science
and
Research

Dr. Surjit
Singh

172

Research
213.
214.

MMICT
& BM
(MCA)

Dr. Sikha
Mahajan

World research journal of


Biochemistry

International

Dr. Sumit
Mittal

Reviewer, International
Journal of Computer,
Communication and
Information Technology
(IJCCIT)

International

Reviewer, International
Journal of Information
Dissemination &
Technology

International

215.

216.

Dr. Atul Garg

Editorial Board Member,


International Journal of
New Innovations in
Engineering & Technology
(IJNIET)

International

217.

Dr. Aarti
Singh

Associate Editor,
Scientific Technical
Committee and for
International Journal of
Computing Academic
Research (IJCAR), Jordan

International

218.

Dr. Naveeta
Adlakha

Reviewer, Journal of
Technology & Engineering
Sciences (JTES)

International

Dr. Senthil P
Kumar

Invited Editor-in-chief,
Indian Journal of Medical
and Health Sciences.

National

Founder and Chief editor,


Journal of Physical
Therapy

International

221.

Associate Editor,
International Journal of
Physiotherapy and
Rehabilitation

International

222.

Associate editor, Clinical


Communiques in Medical
Education (CCME)

National

223.

Invited editorial board


member, Journal of Sports
Medicine and Doping
Studies (JSMDS)

National

224.

Invited editorial board


member, Journal of
Physical Education and
Sport Management
(JPESM)

National

219.

220.

MM
Institute
of
Physioth
erapy &
Rehabilit
ation

173

225.

Invited editorial board


member and peerreviewer, Journal of
Clinical Medicine and
Research

National

226.

Invited editorial board


member, Journal of
Medical Sciences and
Clinical Research

National

227.

Invited editorial board


member, Global Journal of
Medicine and Public
Health

National

228.

Invited editorial board


member, Clinical Research
on Foot and Ankle

National

229.

Invited International
Advisory board member,
Turkish Journal of
Physical Medicine and
Rehabilitation

National

230.

Invited editorial board


member, Science Research

National

231.

Invited editorial board


member, Scholars Journal
of Applied Medical
Sciences (SJAMS)

National

232.

Invited editorial board


member, Palliative
Medicine and Care: Open
Access

National

233.

Invited editorial board


member, International
Journal of Educational
Policy Research and
Review (IJEPRR)

National

Reviewer, Nursing Journal


of India

National

Reviewer , Nursing &


Midwifery Journal of India

National

236.

Reviewer , Clinical
Communiques And
Medical Education

National

237.

Reviewer, Sky Journal of


Biochemistry Research

International

Peer Reviewer, Nursing


Journal of India

National

Peer Reviewer, Nursing &

National

234.
235.

238.
239.

MMICT
&BM(H
M)

M.M.
College
of

Dr. Poonam
Khanna

Dr. (Mrs)
Jyoti Sarin

174

Nursing

Midwifery Journal of India

240.

241.

242.

MM
Institute
of
Managem
ent

Prof. P.S.
Vohra

243.

244.

Prof. Anil
Chandok

245.
246.

Mr.
Rana

Sudhir

247.

Associate Editor, Clinical


Communiques And
Medical Education

National

Associate Editor, African


Journal of Business
Management

International

Associate Editor ,
International Journal of
Advances in Management
and Economics

International

Associate Editor ,
International Journal of
Business Management &
Administration

International

Member of Editorial
Advisory Board,
International Journal of
Research in Commerce,
Economics and
Management

International

Editor , MMU Journal of


Management Practices

International

Member of Editorial
Advisory Board, Journal of
Marketing

International

Guest Editor, Journal of


International Business
Education

International

248.

Dr. Ruchika
Wadhwa

Editor, MMU Journal of


Management Practices

International

249.

Dr.
Sakshi
Sharma

Editorial Board Member,


Journal of Strategic
Human Resource
Management

National

Dr.
Nageshwar
Iyer

Associate Editor,
Contemporary Clinical
Dentistry

International

Reviewer, Indian Journal


of Oral Sciences

National

Editorial Board Member,


American Journal of
Health Research

International

253.

Editorial Board Member,


Contemporary Clinical
Dentistry

International

254.

Editorial Board Member,

National

250.

MMCDS
&R

251.
252.

Dr. Soheyl
Sheikh

175

Journal of Indian Academy


of Oral Medicine &
Radiology
255.

Dr. Deepak
Gupta

Lead Guest Editor, Open


Dentistry Journal

National

256.

Editorial Board Member,


Journal of Dentistry, Oral
Disorders & Therapy

National

257.

Editorial Board Member,


EC Dental Sciences

International

258.

Dr. Suma
Sogi

Reviewer, Indian Journal


Of Dental Research

National

259.

Dr. Shalini
Garg

Associate Editor,
Contemporary Clinical
Dentistry.

National

Reviewer, Pediatrics

International

260.
261.

Dr. Deepak
Sharma

Reviewer, Journal of
Dental Research, Dental
Clinics, Dental Prospects

International

262.

Dr. Abhishek
Dhindsa

Assistant Editor,
Contemporary Clinical
Dentistry

International

263.

Dr. Ashish
Loomba

Assistant Editor ,
Contemporary Clinical
Dentistry

International

264.

Dr.
Kanwaldeep
Singh Soodan

Editorial Board Member,


International Journal of
Medical & Dental
Specialty

National

Editorial Board Member,


Journal of Medico
Research Chronicles

National

Editorial Board Member,


Contemporary Clinical
Dentistry

International

267.

Reviewer, British Medical


Journal

International

268.

Reviewer, Indian Journal


of Dental Research

National

269.

Reviewer, Indian Society


of Pediatric & Preventive
Dentistry

National

Editorial Board Member,


Journal of Periodontal
Medicine and Clinical
Practice

National

265.

266.

270.

Dr. G. M.
Sogi

Dr. Jyoti
Bansal

176

c. Faculty serving as members of steering committees of international


conferences recognized by reputed organizations / societies
Sr.

Institute
name

Name of faculty
served as
member of
steering
committee

Name of conference

Date (s)

National/
International

14.

M.M.
Engineering
College

Dr. N.K. Batra

Newest drift in
mechanical engineering
ICNDME-14

2021/12/2014

International

Newest drift in
mechanical engineering
ICNDME-14

2021/12/2014

International

Newest drift in
mechanical engineering
ICNDME-14

2021/12/2014

International

Newest drift in
mechanical engineering
ICNDME-14

2021/12/2014

International

IRSL-2014

1011/06/201
4

International

International Virtual
Conference on
Information Retrieval
on Scientific Literature:
Emeging Frontiers and
Challenges (IRSL2014) on

1011/06/201
4

International

1st
International
Conference on Next
Generation Computing
Technologies),
technically
cosponsored by IEEE,
Centre of Information
Technology, University
of Petroleum & Energy
Studies, Dehradun

0405/09/201
5

International

2830/11/201
5

International

Member of
Technical
Programme
Committee

1st International
Conference on
Advanced Intelligent
Systems and
Informatics
(AISI2015), Benisuef,
Egypt

Dr. Aarti Singh,

2nd International

24-

International

15.

Convenor
Dr. Kapil Kumar
Co-convenor

16.

Dr. Rakesh Kumar


Secretary

17.

Prof. Sameer
Sharma
Secratary

18.

Prof. A.K. Sharma


Coordinator

19.

20.

21.

22.

MM College
of Pharmacy

MMICT &
BM (MCA)

Mr. Girish Gupta,


Member of
Organizing
Committee

Dr. Atul Garg,


Member of
Technical
Programme
Committee of
NGCT-2015

Dr. Aarti Singh,

177

23.

Member of
Review Board

Springer Indexed
conference on
Computer and
Communication
Technologies
(IC3T15), Hyderabad,
India.

26/07/201
5

Dr. Sumit Mittal,

Confluence
2014,
Amity
University,
Noida

2526/09/201
4

International

Confluence
2014,
Amity
University,
Noida

2526/09/201
4

International

14th
International
Conference
on
Reliability,
Optimization
&
Information
Technology,
Department
of
Computer Science &
Engineering, Faculty of
Engineering
and
Technology,
ManavRachnalnternatio
nal
University,
Faridabad, Haryana

0608/02/201
4

International

4th International
Conference on
Emerging Trends in
Engineering &
Technology (IETET2013) , organized by
Geeta Institute of
Management &
Technology, Kanipla,
Kurukshetra

2527/10/201
3

International

Member Technical
Committee
24.

Dr. Atul Garg,


Member Technical
Committee

25.

Dr. Dimple Juneja,


Technical Session
Chairman

26.

Dr. Sumit Mittal,


Technical Session
Chairman

3.4.4 Provide details of


research awards received by the faculty and students

national and international recognition received by the faculty from


reputed professional bodies and agencies

178

The details of research awards received by the faculty and students of M.M.
University are as follows:Sr.No.

Name of Faculty

Name of
Award

Prof. (Dr.)
Damle

Lifetime Achievement
Award, Indian Society
of Pedodontics &
Preventive Dentistry

2008

2.

B R Vacher Oration
Award
by
Indian
Society of Pedodontics
& Preventive Dentistry

2007

3.

Famdent
Lifetime
Achievement Award,
Mumbai

2006

4.

Star Pedodontist 2004


by Indian Society of
Pedodontics
&
Preventive Dentistry

2004

5.

Achievement
reorganization citation
honour award, Indian
Dental Association

2006

6.

Oral
Prevention
Award

2011

1.

7.
8.

Name
of
Institute

the

M.M. College of
Dental Sciences &
Research

M.M. Engineering
College

S.G.

Dr. R. B. Patel

Research

Cancer
Leader

Date of award

Best paper Award

March 29, 2008

Patent Granted

May 1, 2009

9.

Mr. Kushagra
Aggarwal

Copyright Granted

2013

10.

Dr.Sandip Goyal

Best paper Award

Dec 2014

11.

Dr.
Anil
Sharma

Bharat
Excellence
Award-2013

National Seminar
on
Economic
Growth & Unity
Dated: 18-08-13

K.

FFI, New Delhi,


India
12.

13.

Dr. S.K. Aggarwal

Highly
commended
research paper award
from Emerald Literati
Network for year 2009
for Research Paper in
International Journal of
Energy
Sector
Management

2009

Best Paper Award in


the
National

2011

179

Conference
on
RAEPESM-2011
organized at Madan
Mohan
Malviya
Engineering College,
Gorakhpur.
14.

Dr Vinod Kumar

Young Scientist Award

Jan 2007

15.

Dr.Nidhi Sharma

Best Poster Award 12th


Punjab
Science
Congress

7-9/2/2009

Best Poster Award 15th


Punjab
Science
Congress

7-9/2/2012

Memorial Award for


best theoretical paper
awarded
Operational
by
Research Society of
Kolkata India
45th
Annual Convention of
Operational Research
Society of India on
Optimization,
Computing
and
Business
Analytics
(ICCOBA2012),
Kolkata, dated

December 20-22,
2012.

16.

17.

Ms.AshimaKanwer

Dr NK Jaiswal

18.

Ms.Pratibha

Best Poster Award


Punjab
University
Chandigarh,

2014

19.

Dr.Sukhjeet Singh

Best paper Award

Oct-14, 2012

20.

Prof.(Dr)
Parvinder Kaur

The Institution of
Engineers
(India)
Calcutta

Sir Thomas Ward


Memorial Subject
Award ; 17th Dec
2010

International Academy
of
Science,
Engineering
and
Technology

Best
Award,
2014.

Best paper award for


SEEAR II: A system
model for Secure and
Energy
Efficient
Adaptive Routing in
WSNs

in
international
conference

IJCSMS
at
Chandigarh 2010

21.

22.

Dr.
Prasad

Devender

Paper
Nov

180

23.

Dr. Ajay Gupta


Environmentalist
of the year award,
2010

International
conference
on
environment
and
climate change, New
Delhi, Dec, 2010

Jamia Hamdard
University New
Delhi

Dr.Vipin Saini

Awarded
as
Personality of
2014

top
India

05/01/2015

25.

Honoured
with
Haryana Ratana Award
by
All
India
Conference
of
Intellectuals

24/07/2014

26.

Best
Researcher
Award in Science &
Technology
Awards
2013

22/06/2013

Honoured with Jewel


of India award by
Indian
Solidarity
Council

06/06/2014

Bursary
Award
includes Travel Grant
and Accommodation.

17/04/2013

24.

27.

MM College
Pharmacy

of

Dr. Sumeet Gupta

28.

29.

Dr. Randhir Singh

Prof.
Saroj
V.N
Sharma Award for
Best Paper in CVS in
India

16/11/2011

30.

Dr.
Kaushik

Received best oral


presentation award in
APP
4th
Annual
National Convention
held
at
Invertis
Institute of Pharmacy,
Invertis
University,
Bareilly (U.P.)

31/01/2015

31.

Dr. Prerna Sarup

Awarded as Best Oral


Presentation
on:
Recent
Pharmacological
Trends For Shaping
Future
of
Drug
Discovery
and
Development

16-18/10/2014

Vichitra

181

32.

33.

MMICTBM (MCA)

Mrs Jasmine

Awarded
as
Best
Podium Session on
topicA
novel
validated RP HPLC
method
for
simultaneous
determination
of
alprazolam
and
propranolol in the
International
Conference
on
Pharmaceutical
Sciences.

14/02/2014

Dr. Aarti Singh

Best Paper Award,


International
Conference
on
Advances in Computer
Engineering (ACE10)
at Bangalore, Karnatka

June 21-22/2010

Appreciated from the


Institution
of
Engineers, India for
acting as reviewer for
Journal
of
the
Institution of Engineer
(India): Series B

September, 2014

Mr.
Gurpreet
Singh Bhamra

Best Research Paper,


RIMT Institute of
Engineering
&
Technology,
Mandi
Gobindgarh, Punjab

May 28, 2008

Dr. P.S. Vohra

Best Paper Award in


International Journal of
Business & General
Management
by
IASETs
Global
Research Forum

6 December 2014

Mr. Sudhir Rana

I prize in the 10th


AIMS
International
Conference
on
Management (AIMSGHSIMR
Doctoral
Student
Paper
Competition)
organized at IIM,
Bangalore

6-9 Jan 2013

Admirable Author
The
article
Workshop
Exploring Science
Transportation
Systems organized

11-12 April 2013

34.

35.

36.

37.

38.

M.M. Institute
Management
(MMIM)

of

of
in
on
of
by

182

NIT, Hamirpur
39.

Dr. Sakshi Sharma

Best Paper Award in


One-Day
Scholars
Seminar organized by
P.G. Department of
Commerce, University
of Jammu, Jammu.

2 March 2012

40.

Ms. Pooja Kachru

Best Paper Award in


Fourth PIMG National
Conference
on
Innovation
and
Adaptability:
Twin
Engines of Sustained
Growth organized by
Prestige Institute of
Management, Gwalior.

29-30
2009

41.

Ms. Urvashi Kalra

Best Paper Award,


2015 in One Day
Scholars
Seminar
organized by MMIM,
MMU, Haryana

31 July 2015

M.M. Institute of
Medical Sciences &
Research
(MMIMSR)

Dr. BalbirKaur

Dr. J.P. Modi Lifetime


achievement
award
2012

04.02.2012

Dr. Patnaik VVG

Dr.
HJ
Mehta
Memorial Gold medal
for best Published
Original research paper

19-12-2002

M.M. Institute
Physiotherapy
Rehabilitation
(MMIPR)

Dr.
Senthil
Kumar

Journal of
TherapyResearcher
2015

1st March 2015

42.

43.

44.

of
&

Physical
Best
Award

March

45.

Valuable contribution
award

31st October- 1st


November 2014

46.

Guest of honor award

31st October- 1st


November 2014

47.

Outstanding
Contribution award

27th
2014

September

48.

Guest of Honor

7th
2014

September

49.

Young
Award

1st March 2014

50.

Significant
contribution award

16th
2014

February

51.

First prize for platform


presentation

16th
2014

February

52.

First prize for platform


presentation

15th
2013

December

Researcher

183

Emerging Researcher
Award 2015

1st March 2015

Ms.
RashmiPanchal

Akal
College
of
Nursing, Baddu Sahib,
1st prize in research
paper presentation

5th-6th Oct,13

55.

Ms. HerbakshKaur

2nd prize in research


paper presentation

5th-6th Oct,13

56.

Ms. SimarjeetKaur

1st prize in
presentation

poster

9th May, 15

57.

Ms. Eenu

2nd prize in poster


presentation

9th May, 15

58.

Ms. Bindu

3rd
prize in poster
presentation

9th May, 15

53.
54.

Dr. Asir
Samuel
M.M. College of
Nursing (MMCN)

John

The details of research awards received by the students of M.M. University


are as follows:S.No.
1.
2.

Name
of
Institute

the

M.M.
Engineering
College

Name of Faculty

Name of
Award

Virender
Khushvaya

Best paper Award

Ms.
Sharma

Anjali

Research

Best Research
Award

Date of award
Dec 2014

Paper

Dec. 25-26, 2010

Batch 2009-2010
3.

Mr. Jagjit Singh


2010-2011 Batch

4.

Mr.
Kumar

Sushil

Ph.D. Student

5.

Mr. Vishal Singh


Ph.D Student

6.

Mr. Sumit Kumar


2011-2013 Batch

7.

Ajay Kumar

Fellowship (worth Rs.


1.80 lakhs) awarded for
participation in Training
Program for Doctoral
Studies

April 11 to June
17

Selected
for
an
International workshop
held at International
Centre for Theoretical
Physics,
Italy.
The
financial
assistance
worth Rs. 1,50 Lakhs
was provided by ICTP,
Italy

24, March, 2015

Best Research
Award

June 11-13, 2014

Paper

2011

DST Inspire Fellowship


for Ph.D Studies

(2014)

Best Paper Award in

2011

184

the National Conference


on
RAEPESM-2011
organized at Madan
Mohan
Malviya
Engineering
College,
Gorakhpur.
8.

9.

1. Kamalneet
2. Pooja
Sharma

15th feb 2015


Awarded as Best Poster
Award

2015

10.

Mr.
Yadav,
Scholar

Balaji
Ph.D

Awarded as Best Poster


Award

2014

11.

Ms
Shikha
Gupta,
M.
Pharmacy

Awarded as Best Poster


Award

2013

12.

Ms Ipshita, Ph.D
Scholar

Awarded as Best Poster


Award

2014

PallaviKharbanda

2nd Prize in Poster


presentation,
IPR
Conference, MMCOP,
Mullana

26/04/2015

14.

AmanpreetKaur

2nd Prize in Paper


presentation,
HEALTHCON
2015,
MMCOP, Mullana

14/03/2015

15.

Nisha Rani

1st prize at INCPT


AIIMS 2014, New Delhi

15/12/2014

16.

Megha Mehta

1st Prize in
presentation,
PHYSIOCON
Ghaziabad

Paper
ITS
2014,

1/11/2014

17.

Nisha Rani

2nd Prize in
presentation,
PHYSIOCON
Ghaziabad

Paper
ITS
2014,

1/11/2014

18.

Vencita Priyanka

2nd Prize in
presentation,
PHYSIOCON
Ghaziabad

Paper
ITS
2014,

1/11/2014

19.

Varsha
Choudhary

2nd Prize in Paper


presentation,
SYNAPSE, Chennai

27/09/2014

20.

Jinaronia

3rd
Prize in Paper
presentation,
SYNAPSE, Chennai

27/09/2014

21.

Rahul Pandey

1st

07/09/2014

M.M. Institute
Physiotherapy
Rehabilitation

of

Feb 15-16, 2014

Ms
Navpreet,
Ph.D Scholar

13.

M.M. College
Pharmacy

Best poster presentation

of
&

Prize

in

Poster

185

presentation,
PHYSIOFEST
Rohtak

2014,

22.

DeekshaTiwari

1st
Prize
Paper
Presentation,
SYNAPSE, Chennai

11/09/2014

23.

Subhasish
Chatterjee

1st Prize in Paper


presentation,
NCPT
2014, Ghaziabad

1/03/2014

The details of national and international recognition received by the faculty of


M.M. University from reputed professional bodies and agencies are as
follows:S.No.

Name of Recognition

Date

Citation from Speaker, Lok


Sabha for contribution in
Unique Arogya Maha Health
Mela

2004

2.

Certificate of Appreciation from


Governor of Maharashtra for
promoting
Non
Scalpel
Vasectomy, in

2004

3.

Certificate for participating in


Community
Outreach
Programme during post flood
calamity in Mumbai,

2005

4.

Fellow of National Academy of


Medical Sciences,

2008

5.

Fellow of ISPPD by Indian


Society of Pedodontics &
Preventive Dentistry

2007

6.

Outstanding Public Servant,


Junior Chamber International,

2007

7.

Certificate Of Merit by the


Pierre Fauchard Academy,

2006

8.

DR. R Ahmed Oration at 56th


IDC, 2002.-Bhubaneshwar

2002

9.

Member, National Academy of


Medical Sciences

2000

10.

Fellow, Indian Society of Dental


Research

1997

11.

Fellow of Academy of General

1991

1.

Name
of
Institute

the

M.M. College of
Dental Sciences &
Research

Name
Student

of

Prof. (Dr.) S.G.


Damle

186

Education, Manipal
12.

Member, Task Force, Indian


Council for Medical Research,
Oral Health since last 15 years

Since 1993

13.

Member,
Dental
Research
Group, Indian Council of
Medical Research, New Delhi

Since 1995
Still Cont.

14.

Central Council Member, Indian


Dental Association

1994 - till
date

15.

Member, Management Council, 1997


Maharashtra
University
of 2004
Health Sciences, Nashik

16.

Chairman,
Grievance 1997
Committee,
Maharashtra 2004
University of Health SCIENCES,
Nashik.

17.

Chairman, Mumbai District 1998


Tuberculosis Control Society
2007

18.

Chairman, Mumbai District 1998


Leprosy Control Society
2007

19.

Chairman, Mumbai District 1997


Blindness Control Society
2007

20.

Convenor,
Indian
Dental
Association

Hindustan
Unilever Limited, Video Library

1998
2004

21.

Convenor, Product Endorsement


Committee,
Indian
Dental
Association, Head office

1998
date

till

Research
collaboration
invitation
from
McMaster
University, Canada

2010
2014

and

22.

M.M.
Engineering
College

Dr.Sukhjeet
Singh

University of Surrey, Guildford,


UK

23.

24.

M.M. College
Pharmacy

of

Dr.Dhindsa
visited
University
of Surrey,
Guildford
England
and
McMaster
University,
Canada
during
2010 and
2014

Dr H K Sharma

Shiksha Rattan Puraskar (India


International
Friendship
Society)

October,
2012

Dr. Vipin Saini

Judge of the oral presentation on


Advancements, Opportunities

34/04/2015

187

and Future version of Indian


Scenario of Pharmaceutical
Education and Research,
RayatBahra
Institute
of
Pharmacy, Hoshiarpur, Punjab
25.

Nominated as President at
Invertis
Institute
of
the
Pharmacy of the year 2015,
Invertis Institute of Pharmacy,
Invertis University, Bariely, U.P

31/01/2015

26.

Guest Lecture on Novel Drug


Delivery System, Maharishi
Arvind College of Pharmacy

23/02/2015

27.

Nominated president at invertis


institute of the pharmacy of the
year 2015, Invertis Institute Of
The
Pharmacy,
Invertis
University,
Bariely,
Uttar
Pradesh

31/01/2015

28.

Speaker in LLR Mogapharma


national
conference,
LalaLajpatRai
College
of
Pharmacy, Moga, Punjab

1617/01/2015

29.

Guest Talk on Topic Entitled:


Novel Drug Delivery System,
Rajasthan Pharmacy College,
Jaipur

23/09/2014

30.

Speaker in faculty Development


Programme
organized
by
Chandigarh
College
of
Pharmacy, Landran, Chandigarh
College of Pharmacy, Landran,
PTU, Jalandhar

12/06/2014

31.

Invitation for STEM Accleration


Launch, Intel, State Scientific
Committee, New Delhi

19/02/2014

32.

Bibliographical inclusion for


Marquis Whos Who in Science
and Engineering, for 30th Pearl
Anniversary Edition, America

31/12/2013

33.

As a volunteer In Haryana State


21st
National
Childrens
Science
Congress
2013
conducted on A Programme of
National Council for Science &
Technology
Communication
,DST, Govt. of India

08/12/2013

34.

Expert on
Evaluation
Maharishi

06/12/2013

Screening cum
Committee
in
Markandeshwar

188

University,
Markandeshwar
Mullana, Ambala

Maharishi
University,

35.

Evaluator of projects during


state level of national childrens
science congress-2013, Jammu
and Kashmir Students Welfare
Society

22/10/2013

36.

Financial
Assistance
for
participating in Conf. on
Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical
Sciences in Singapore, Science
and
Engineering
Research
Board(SERB), Govt. of India

13/09/2013

37.

Expert on Selection Committee


for selection to post of Teaching
Associate in Department of
Pharmacy, Guru Jambheshwar
University(GJU),
Hissar,
Haryana

01/08/2013

38.

Guest of Honor in National


Conference on Future Focus on
Achieving
Excellence
in
Pharmacy
Education
and
Research, Ganpati Institute of
Pharmacy, Yamuna Nagar.

16/02/2013

39.

Invited as Guest Speaker at


PTU
Sponsored
National
Conference, on Analytical Skill
Development in Pharmaceutical
Research, CT Institute of
Pharmacy, Jalandhar, Punjab

23/09/2012

40.

Member of the Staff Selection


Committee for the selection of
Professors
and
Teachers
Associates,
GJU,
Hissar,
Haryana

07/08/2012

41.

Expert Member in Staff


Selection Panel, CT Institute of
Pharmaceutical
Sciences,
Shahpur, Jalandhr, Punjab

07/2012

42.

Judge in workshop on Quality


Assurance in Nursing, M.M.
College of Nursing , Mullana

31/05/2012

43.

Member in
Staff Selection
Panel, University of Kashmir,
Srinagar, J&K

22/03/2012

44.

Convener of the session and


Guest of Honour on one day
seminar on topic Future Trends

17/03/2012

189

In Upcoming Pharma Sector,


Himalyan Group of Professional
Institutions,
Kala-Amb,
Sirmour, H.P.
45.

Chief Guest for valedictory


function of STAADPRO
Training,
Maharishi
Markandeshwar
Engineering
College, Mullana, Ambala

05/03/2012

46.

Chairmen for scientific poster


sessions
in
62nd
Indian
Pharmaceutical
Congress,
Indian Pharmaceutical Congress
Association

17/12/2010

Expert
on
the
Selection
Committee for the selection to
post of teaching associates in
Department of Pharmaceutical
Sciences, Guru Jambheshwar
University of Science &
Technology, Hisar

02/08/2014

48.

Organizing Committee Member


in
IHPA
51STAnnual
Conference, IHPA Haryana
State Branch

1314/03/2015

49.

National
Coordinator
of
Organizing Committee, IHPA
Annual
GOLDCON-2014,
Conference, IHPA UP State
Branch

23/03/2014

50.

As a volunteer In Haryana State


21st
National
Childrens
Science
Congress
2013
conducted on A Programme of
National Council for Science &
Technology Communication,
DST, Govt. of India

08/12/2013

Organizing Committee Member


in
IHPA
51ST
Annual
Conference, IHPA Haryana
State Branch

1314/03/2015

52.

Co-Chairperson of Scientific
Session
in
International
Conference on Advances in
Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology
and Nanomedicine, ISF College
of Pharmacy, Moga

68/02/2015

53.

Resource Person in National


Conference on Novel Drug
Delivery
System
and
Technology, Amar Shaheed

1516/11/2014

47.

51.

Dr
A.
Pandurangan

Dr.
AbhayAsthana

190

Baba Ajit Singh Jujhar Singh


Memorial College of Pharmacy,
Bela, Ropar
54.

Oral
presentation
at
the
International Conference on
Geriatrics & Gerontology in
Double Tree by Hilton Hotel,
Chichago, USA , OMICS
Publishing Group, Chichago,
USA.

19/07/2014

55.

Resource person in National


Seminar on Fostering Scientific
Temper, Vedica College of B.
Pharmacy, Bhopal

28/02/2014

56.

Guest Lecture on Quality by


Design (QBD): A novel tool in
academic research and its
industrial
regulatory
perspective, Pt. Ravishankar
Shukla University

20/02/2014

57.

Guest Lecture on Development


of Pharmaceutical Technology
in Recent Scenario, Vedica
College of B. Pharmacy,
Bhopal.

04/12/2013

58.

Resource person at the ICMR&


MPCST Sponsored National
Seminar on Herbal Drug
Scene-Prospects & Challenges,
BhagyodayTirth
Pharmacy
College Sagar

09/10/2013

59.

Eminent Speaker in National


Seminar on Global Scenario of
Pharmaceuticals,
Challenges
and
Regulatory
Policies,
Himalyan Institute of Pharmacy,
Kala-Amb, H.P

02/03/2013

60.

Chair in scientific session: in


Shaastrarth an International
Conference, Rungata Group of
College, Bhilai, Chattisgarh

08/02/2013

61.

Invited as Resource Person at


PTU
Sponsored
National
Conference, on Analytical Skill
Development in Pharmaceutical
Research, CT Institute of
Pharmacy, Jalandhar, Punjab

23/09/2012

Bibliographical inclusion for


Marquis Whos Who in Science
and Engineering, for 30th Pearl

19/4/2010

62.

Dr.Sumeet
Gupta

191

Anniversary Edition, America


63.

Dr.
Rathore

M.S.

As a volunteer In Haryana State


21st
National
Childrens
Science
Congress
2013
conducted on A Programme of
National Council for Science &
Technology Communication,
DST, Govt of India

08/12/2013

Chairperson
in
National
Seminar
on
Advancement
,Challenges &Opportunities in
Pharmaceutical Research, Amar
Shaheed Baba Ajit Singh Jujhar
Singh Memorial College of
Pharmacy, Bela, Ropar

1820/10/2013

Technical expert for evaluation


of oral and poster session on
conference Drug Resistance,
Development ,Pharmaceutical
Technology and Outcomes,
Chitkara University, Rajpura,
Punjab

12/04/2014

66.

Resource Person in Current


Status of Pharmacy Profession
in India and the Challenges
Ahead, Shri R.L.T. Institute of
Pharmaceutical
Science
&
Technology, U.P.

18/10/2014

67.

Received grant of project from


Central Council For Research In
Homoepathy(CCRH)
under
EMR scheme of Department of
AYUSH, Department of Ayush,
New Delhi

29/03/2014

68.

Guest
Of
Honour
on
International
Conference
Advances in Pharmacological
and Pharmaceutical Approaches
to Drug Discovery & Clinical
Chitkara
Development-2013,
College of Pharmacy, Chitkara
University, Rajpura, Punjab

15/03/2013

69.

Received Grant of project from


DST, SERC or FAST TRACK,
DST, Govt of India

6/08/2012

As a volunteer In Haryana State


21st
National
Childrens
Science
Congress
2013
conducted on A Programme of
National Council for Science &
Technology Communication,

08/12/2013

64.

65.

70.

Dr.Randhir
Singh

Dr.
Vichitra
Kaushik

192

DST, Govt. of India


71.

Dr.GyatiAsthana

Co-Chairperson of Scientific
Session
in
International
Conference on Advances in
Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology
and Nanomedicine, ISF College
of Pharmacy, Moga

6-8/2/2015

Resource person at the ICMR&


MPCST Sponsored National
Seminar on Herbal Drug
Scene-Prospects & Challenges,
BhagyodayTirth
Pharmacy
College, Sagar

09/10/2013

Financial
Assistance
for
participating in Int. Conf. on
Pharmacy and Pharmacology in
Bangkok,
Science
and
Engineering
Research
Board(SERB), Govt of India

24/12/2013

Bibliographical inclusion for


Marquis Whos Who in Science
and Engineering, for 30th Pearl
Anniversary Edition., America

01/10/2013

Convener
of
International
Virtual
Conference
on
Information
Retrieval
on
Scientific Literature, Maharishi
Markandeshwar
University,
Mullana, Ambala

1011/06/2014

76.

Guest Editor for the Journal


ACA Medicinal Chemistry,
Bentham Science Publishers

10/04/2014

77.

IBc's Leading Scientists of the


World-2013
Award,
IBC,
England, UK

22/03/2013

78.

Bibliographical inclusion for


Marquis Whos Who in Science
and Engineering, for 30th Pearl
Anniversary Edition, America

23/11/2012

Associate Life Member, CSI

Since April
2004

80.

Senior
Member,
Universal
Association of Computer &
Electronics Engineers

January
2014

81.

Member,
International
Association of Engineers

May 2012

82.

Member Institute of Computer


Sciences, Social Informatics and
Telecommunications

October
2014

72.

73.

Dr.
Kamboj

Sunil

74.

75.

79.

Mr.Girish
Kumar Gupta

MMICTBM (MCA)

Dr.Sumit Mittal

193

Engineering
83.

Member Editorial and Advisory


Board of Amazing Technologies
Magazine, published by DAV
Centenary College. Faridabad

Since
August
2013

Associate Life Member, CSI

Since May,
2006

85.

Member Institute of Computer


Sciences, Social Informatics and
Telecommunications
Engineering

Since June,
2015

86.

Member,
International
Association of Engineers

June,2015

Life Member, Institute of


Doctors,
Engineers
and
Scientists (IDES), India

Since 2013

88.

Member
Middle
East
Association
of
Computer
Science
and
Engineering
(MEACSE)

Since
January
2013

89.

Member
International
Association of Engineers

Since June
2010

Member
International
Association of Engineers

Since
February
2014

Senior
Member,
Universal
Association of Computer &
Electronics Engineers

January
2014

Senior Member, The Institute of


Research Engineers and Doctors

Since
March
2014

Member
International
Association of Engineers

Since April
2014

Associate Life Member, CSI

Since May,
2006

Member
Middle
East
Association
of
Computer
Science
and
Engineering
(MEACSE)

Since
December
2013

Judge For poster presentation,


Physiofest ,2014,
HCAP,
Haryana

7/09/2014

97.

Guest of Honor, Physiofest


,2014, HCAP, Haryana

7/09/2014

98.

Outstanding
Contributor,
SYNERGY 2014, S.A.J College

27/09/2014

84.

Dr.
MunishwarRai

87.

Dr. Aarti Singh

90.

Dr. Atul Garg

91.

92.

Dr. Shilpa Dang

93.
94.

Mr.
Gupta

Rajeev

95.

96.

MM Institute
Physiotherapy
Rehabilitation

of
&

Dr. Senthil
Kumar

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of Physiotherapy, Chennai
99.

Significant Contributor , IAP ,

100. M.M. Institute


Nursing

16/02/2014

of

Ms.
Poonam
Sheoran

INSPIRE
fellowship
Department Of Science And
Technology From Govt Of India

2011

101. M.M. College of


Nursing (MMCN)

Dr.
(Mrs.)
JyotiSarin

Nominated as a peer review


committee member for the
Noursing Journal of India
(NJI)

13-14th
Nov, 13

TNAI Executive Committee,


TNAI Headquarters, New Delhi
102.

3.4.5

Secretary of IANN

2008

Indicate the average number of successful M.Phil. and Ph.D.


scholars guided per faculty during the last four years. Does the
university participate in Shodhganga by depositing the Ph.D. theses
with INFLIBNET for electronic dissemination through open
access?
During last four years the average number of M.Phil & Ph.D. scholars
guided per faculty member is 1.56. Further, the University has signed
MoU with INFLIBNET for uploading synopses & final theses in
Shodhgangotri and Shodhganga respectively.

3.4.6

What is the official policy of the university to check malpractices


and plagiarism in research? Mention the number of plagiarism
cases reported and action taken.
The Ph.D. ordinance of the University provides that the Academic
Council shall have power to withdraw the degree if plagiarism of
malpractice is detected at any stage and to initiate such further action
as it may deem fit. Thus the University has policy of zero tolerance in
this regard.
The University has acquired a Plagiarism Software named Turnitin to
check malpractices and plagiarism in research. Every thesis submitted
by any research student is checked on the software before it is sent to
the examiner. A case detected by the University is under process

3.4.7.

Does the university promote interdisciplinary research? If yes, how


many interdepartmental/interdisciplinary research projects have

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been undertaken and mention the number of departments involved


in such endeavors?
Yes, University promotes interdisciplinary research. The following
research collaborations indicate the extent of interdisciplinary research
within the University and with other institutions of national and
international repute.
Department

Department of
Biotechnology

National/
International
Institutes /
Industries
Directorate Of
Wheat Research
[ICAR] Karnal,
Haryana, India

Aspect of
Collaboration

Research Papers published

Drug Discovery,
Bioinformatics,
Plant
Biotechnology

1. Rani S, Sharma P, Sharma AK (2014)


Comprehensive Computational Analysis of
Cis-Regulatory elements in 5 regulatory
region of ADP Glucose Pyrophosphorylase
in different Plants. International J. of
Scientific and Engineering Research. 5(7)
(IF~1.4).
2. Rani S, Sharma P, Sharma AK and
Chatrath
R
(2013)
Comparative
computational analysis of ADP Glucose
Pyrophosphorylase
in
plants.
Bioinformation 9(11):572-576 (IF~1.0).
3. Rani S, Sharma P, Sharma AK, Chatrath
R (2012) Functional and Physicochemical
Characterization
of
ADP
Glucose
Pyrophosphorylase
of
wheat.
Crop
Improvement 12(1).

Central Soil
Salinity
Research
Institute, Karnal,
Haryana, India

Bioremediation,
Environmental
Biotechnology

1. Raman K. , Jaglan S, Sharma AK and Joshi PK


(2012) Trichoderma longibrachiatum isolate FS46 gene sequence submitted and published in
the GenBank: JX181933.1 (NCBI)
2. Raman K. , Jaglan S, Sharma AK and Joshi PK
(2014) Trichoderma asperrellum isolate FS-7
gene sequence KJ174326
3. Raman K. , Jaglan S, Sharma AK and Joshi PK
(2014) Penicillum janthinellum isolate FS-53 gene
sequence KJ174327

National Dairy
Research
Institute, Karnal,
Haryana, India

Animal
Biotechnology

Two research scholars are working in


collaboration with NDRI for Ph.D research
work.

IBI Biosolutions
Pvt. Ltd.
Chandigarh
(India)

Bioinformatics,
Enzyme
Technology

Namdeo R, Sood S, Sharma AK, Sandhu SS


(2012) Proposing de-novo generated,
iteratively optimized new lead molecules
targeting HIV-1 Protease. Curr Trends
Biotech & Chem Res 2(1):6-9.
Sood S, Chawla S, Sandhu SS and Sharma
AK (2013) Beauveria bassiana strain E-174
chitinase (chit) gene, partial cds sequence

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with
accession
number
[GenBank:
KF559204.1];2013 was submitted to NCBI
Gene Bank
Bhopal
Memorial
Hospital &
Research Centre
(BMHRC)
Bhopal, India

Natural Bioactive
Compounds

1. Tuli HS, Sandhu SS and Sharma AK


(2014) Apoptotic effect of cordycepin on
A549 human lung cancer cell line. Turkish
Journal of Biology; (DOI: 10.3906/biy1408-14)

2. Tuli HS, Sandhu SS, Kashyap D and


Sharma AK (2014) Optimization Of
Extraction Conditions And Antimicrobial
Potential Of A Bioactive Metabolite
Cordycepin From Cordyceps Militaris
3936. World Journal of Pharmacy and
Pharmaceutical
Sciences;
WJPPS/1884/3/2014 (IF~1.04)

3. Tuli HS, Sandhu SS, Sharma AK and


Puneet Gandhi (2014) Anti-angiogenic
activity of the extracted fermentation broth
of an entomopathogenic fungus Cordyceps
militaris 3936. International Journal of
Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
6(7):1-3.

4. Tuli HS, Sandhu SS, Sharma AK (2013)


Pharmacological and therapeutic potential
of Cordyceps with special reference to
Cordycepin.3Biotech 1-12.

5. Tuli HS, Sharma AK, Sandhu SS,


Kashyap D (2013) Cordycepin: A Bioactive
Metabolite with Therapeutic Potential. Life
Sciences 93(23): 863-9. (IF: 2.55).

Department of
Biotechnology

Indian Institute
Of Integrative
Medicine (IIIM)
Jammu, India

Drug Discovery

Guru
Jambheshwar
Universiyu Of
Science &
Technology

Fermentation,
Bioprocess
engineering &
Environmental
Biotechnology

Beniwal V, Nehra KS and Chhokar V


(2015). Cadmium induced alteration in
lipid profile of developing mustard
(Brassica juncea L.) seed. Biocatalysis and
Agriculture
Biotechnology
(10.1016/j.bcab.2015.06.003)
Kumar M, Chhokar V, Kumar A, Sarla,
Beniwal V and Aggarwal H (2015). A
comparative study of genetic diversity in
chickpea based upon touchdown and non-

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touchdown PCR using ISSR markers.


Chiang Mai Journal of Science, 42(1): 118126.
Beniwal V, Aggarwal H, Kumar A and
Chhokar V (2014). Lipid content and fatty
acid change in the developing siliqua wall
of mustard (Brassica juncea L.).
Biocatalysis
and
Agriculture
Biotechnology, 4(1): 122125.
Sharma N K , Beniwal V, Kumar N,
Kumar S, Pathera A K and Ray A (2014).
Production of tannase under solid state
fermentation and its application in
detannification of guava juice. Preparative
Biochemistry and Biotechnology 44:281
290.
Beniwal V, Kumar A, Sharma J and
Chhokar V (2013). Recent advances in
industrial application of tannases: A
Review. Recent Patents in Biotechnology
7(3):228-233.
Beniwal V, Kumar A, Goel G and Chhokar
V (2013). A novel low molecular weight
tannase
from
acido-thermophilic
Enterobacter cloacae MTCC 9125.
Biocatalysis
and
Agriculture
Biotechnology 2(2): 132137.
Beniwal V, Yogi R, Goel G, Kumar A and
Chhokar V (2013). Production of tannase
through solid state fermentation using
Indian Rosewood (Dalbergia sissoo)
sawdust: a timber industry waste. Annals
of microbiology 63: 583590.
Kumar A, Kumar R, Kala S N, Beniwal V,
Mishra A, Raut A A, Naik P K and
Chhokar
V(2012).
Molecular
differentiation of Glycerol-3-phosphate
acyltransferase (Mitocondrial) among
different breeds of Bubalus bubalis.
International Journal of Pharma and Bio
Sciences 3(4): (B) 685-694.
Raut A A, Kumar A, Kala S N, Chhokar V,
Rana N, Beniwal V, Jaglan S, Samuchiwal
S K, Singh J K and Mishra A (2012).
Identification of novel SNPs in DGAT1
gene of buffalo by PCR-SSCP. Genetics
and Molecular Biology 35(3): 610-613.
Kumar A, Beniwal V, Samuchiwal S K,

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Chhokar V, Raut A A, Mishra A and Kala


S N (2012).
Expression profiling of
pluripotency determining stem cell marker
SOX-2 in umbilical cord blood of buffalo.
Journal of Animal Science Advances
2(10): 841-846.
Sandhu S S, Sharma A K, Beniwal V, Goel
G, Batra P, Kumar A, Jaglan S, Sharma A
K and Malhotra S (2012). Myco-biocontrol
of insect pests: factors involved,
mechanism and regulation. Journal of
Pathogens 2012, Article ID 126819,
doi:10.1155/2012/126819.
Aggarwal H, Rao A, Rana J S, Singh J,
Kumar A, Chhokar V and Beniwal V
(2011). Inter Simple uence Repeats reveal
significant genetic diversity among
chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) genotypes.
Journal of Plant Sciences 6(5): 202-212.

Department of
Biotechnology

Dept. of
Chemistry,
MMEC, MMU,
Mullana, Ambala

Drug Discovery

Kumar M, Kumar V and Beniwal V


(2015).
Synthesis
of
some
pyrazolylaldehyde
N-isonicotinoyl
hydrazones and 2,5-disubstituted 1,3,4oxadiazoles as DNA photocleaving agents.
Medicinal Chemistry Research, 24:2862
2870.
Varughese LR and Beniwal V (2015). High
quinolone resistance pattern among enteric
pathogens isolated from patients with
urinary tract infection. Indian Journal of
Biotechnology (Accepted).
Sharma A, Kumar V, Khare R, Gupta GK,
Beniwal V (2015). Synthesis, docking
study, and DNA photocleavage activity of
some pyrimidinyl hydrazones and 3(quinolin-3-yl)-5,7-dimethyl-1,2,4triazolo[4,3-a] pyrimidine derivatives.
Medicinal Chemistry Research, 24:1830
1841.
Pal R, Kumar V, Gupta AK, Beniwal V,
Gupta GK (2014). Solvent free synthesis,
characterization and DNA photocleavage
study of some first transition series metal
complexes
of
cyanoacetohydrazone
Schiffs bases. Research Journal of
Chemistry and Environment 18 (9), 40-45.
Kumar V, Kaur K, Karelia DN, Beniwal V,

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Gupta GK, Sharma AK, Gupta AK (2014).


Synthesis and biological evaluation of
some 2-(3,5-dimethyl-1H-pyrazol-1-yl)-1arylethanones:
Antibacterial,
DNA
photocleavage, and Anticancer activities
European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry,
81: 267-276.
Pal R, Kumar V, Gupta A K, Beniwal V
(2014). Synthesis, characterization and
DNA photocleavage study of a novel
dehydroacetic acid based hydrazone Schiff
base and its metal complexes. Medicinal
Chemistry Research 23, 3327-3335.
Pal R, Kumar V, Gupta A K, Beniwal V,
Gupta
G
K
(2014).
Synthesis,
characterization and DNA photo cleavage
study of dehydroacetic acid based
tridentate Schiff base and its metal
complexes of first transition series.
Medicinal Chemistry Research 23, 40604069.
MM College of
Dental Sciences
& Research

Medical
Microbiology

Transmission of mutans streptococci in


mother child pairs: A PCR analysis. Indian
Journal
of
Medical
Microbiology
(Accepted)
Molecular analysis of bacteria associated
with maxillofacial space infection by
restriction fragment analysis of polymerase
chain reaction amplified 16S ribosomal
RNA genes (Co-Supervisor-PG Thesis)
Distribution of mutans streptococci in saliva
of childeran with and without active carious
by microbial and molecular (PCR) assay
(Co-Supervisor-PG Thesis)

Department of
Physics

MM Institute of
Medical
Sciences &
Research,
Department of
microbiology

Medical
Microbiology

Co-Supervisor of one Ph.D research fellow.

Punjabi
University
Patiala, Punjab

Radiation Physics

A part of M.Phil dissertation done at


Punjabi University Patiala and a research
article has been published in the Journal:
International Journal of Advanced
Technology in Engineering and Sciences

H.P. University
Shimla

Nanoscience

Co-Supervisor for one research scholar


registered at M.M. University Mullana

Indian Institute

Nuclear Physics

Collaborative research work being done

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Department of
Physics

MM College of
Pharmacy

of Technology
Roorkee

and Nuclear
structure and
Decay data
Evaluation

and being published in various journals of


national and international repute such as
Physical Review C, (IF-3.733) and Nuclear
Data Sheets (IF-4.571)

Tata Institute of
Fundamental
research,.
Mumbai

Nuclear structure
and Decay data
Evaluation

Collaborative work based on Nuclear


Structure and Decay Data has been done
and submitted for publication in the
Journal of Nuclear Date Sheets (IF-4.571)

McMaster
University,
Canada

Nuclear structure
and Decay data
Evaluation

Collaborative work for development of


Nuclear Decay Data codes is being done.
In addition to this one research article has
been accepted for publication in the
Journal of Nuclear Data Sheets (IF-4.571)

Dongguk
University, Soel,
Korea

Nanoscience

Co-supervisor for one research scholar. The


collaborative research work in the field of
Nanoscience is also being done and
published the Journal of Material Science:
Materials in Electronics (IF-2.371)

MM College of
Dental Sciences
& Research,
Dept. of
Paediatric &
Preventive
Dentistry
MM Institute of
Medical
Sciences &
Research,
Department of
microbiology

Natural Products

Quantification of catecholamines by High


Performance Liquid Chromatography and
oxygen saturation level by pulse oximetry in
Healthy and inflamed pulp of primary and
permanent human teeth.

Antimicrobial
agents and drug
resistance

Comparative evaluation of reduction in


levels of salivary mutantsstreptococci and
lactobacilli in young children on brushing
with prebiotic containing toothpaste and
normal tooth paste
Evaluation of antimicrobial properties of
ginger (Zingiber officinale) for multidrug
resistant bacteria
Evaluation of antimicrobial properties of
different turmeric preparation in multidrug
resistant bacteria
In vitro antibacterial activity of Indian
traditional plant tulsi (Ocimum sanctum)

Dept. of
Chemistry,
MMEC, MMU,
Mullana, Ambala

Organic Synthesis

Synthesis Of Some N-Containing Five


Membered
HeterocyclesGreener
Approaches And Evaluation Of Their
Biological
Properties
Through
Computational Studies

MM College of
Dental Sciences
& Research

Drug Discovery

Effect of Remineralization Potential of


CPP-ACP and CPP-ACP with Fluoride of
Enamel subsurface lesions in Primary and
Young Permanent Teeth An in Situ
Study.

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3.4.8

Has the university instituted any research awards? If yes, list the
awards.
The University encourages the research in many ways. Details are
given as under:

In order to encourage faculty members towards research the


University has a policy of awarding a sum of INR 5000 upon
publishing an original research paper in journals carrying impact
factor 1 and above.
The University awards travel grants and registration fees to its
faculty members for participation in conferences.
The University awards research fellowships to PhD students.
Additionally, the faculty members showing excellent output in
research are awarded separately

3.4.9

What are the incentives given to the faculty for receiving state,
national and international recognition for research contributions?
Faculty members are provided with financial supports to travel for
participation in national and international conferences/seminars for the
research oral/paper presentations. Further there is also provision for
incentive for publishing research papers in referred International
journals with impact factor.
Faculty members who excel in Research are provided with liberal
funding and support to upgrade the research facilities, further required
by them. They are also given preference in allotment of oncampus
accommodation.

3.5.1

What is the official policy of the University for Structured


Consultancy? List a few important consultancies undertaken by
the university during the last four years.
Consultancy includes rendering advice or services to an industry/
organization, consultation/ testing/ inspection for report on any
related subject/ fabrication of equipments, providing technical data
or analysis (not involving interpretation of result or advice) and the
like.
All consultancy work whether carried out by any individual or a
group of faculty is considered as institutional consultancy.

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The consultancy work is treated as a part of duty in addition to


usual academic assignments in the Department.
Any outside agencies may make a request for assigning any
consultancy job to any individual or to a department or an
Institute.
Director is authorized to make any deviation in rules, subject to
local conditions for facilitating undertaking any consultancy
assignments subject to adhering to the academic norms.
List of some specific consultancies assignments undertaken by the
university during the last four years:Sr.
No
.

2.

3.

4.

Name of
College

MMEC

Principal
Investigator/
Coinvestigators
Er. Ankush
Khadwal
Civil
Engineering
Er. Ankush
Khadwal

Er. Ankush
Khadwal

Dr. Vikas
Garg,
Civil
Engineering
Er. Upain
Bhatia,
Civil
Engineering
Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering
Er. Vanita
Aggarwal,

Title

Sponsored
by (with
Address)

Date of
Sanction

Date of
completio
n

Amount

SOIL TESTING

Gurwinder
Singh

22.07.201
1

22.07.201
1

5500

SOIL TESTING

75,000 litter
OHSR at
Rasulpur
(Morinda)

23.07.201
1

23.07.201
1

13460

SOIL TESTING

75,000 litter
OHSR at
Ghri
Mansowal
(Garshankar)

28.07.201
1

28.07.201
1

13468

Traffic Census
Survey

Xen,
Provinical
Div. No. 1,
PWD, B&R,
Ambala

21.12.201
1

21.12.201
1

26472

Tile/Cube
Testing

Sub
Divisional
Engineer,
HUDA, Sub
Division-II,
Ambala

30.01.201
2

30.01.201
2

5515

SOIL TESTING

Bancon
Builders at
Ludhiana

10.05.201
2

10.05.201
2

19854

Tile/Cube
Testing

Kumar
Gourav,

14.05.201
2

14.05.201
2

5500

203

Er. Vanita
Aggarwal

Civil
Engineering

Tile/Cube
Testing

Kumar
Gourav,
(PE), Ansal
Town, 20,
Yamuna
Nagar

24.05.2012

24.05.2012

(PE), Ansal
Town, 20,
Yamuna
Nagar

204

6000

Tile/Cube
Testing

Kumar
Gourav,
(PE), Ansal
Town, 20,
Yamuna
Nagar

24.05.2012

24.05.2012

6000

Tile/Cube
Testing

Kumar
Gourav,
(PE), Ansal
Town, 20,
Yamuna
Nagar

11.06.2012

11.06.2012

5500

Tile/Cube
Testing

Kumar
Gourav,
(PE), Ansal
Town, 20,
Yamuna
Nagar

19.06.2012

19.06.2012

5500

Tile/Cube
Testing

Kumar
Gourav,
(PE), Ansal
Town, 20,
Yamuna
Nagar

19.06.2012

19.06.2012

5500

Er. Vanita
Aggarwal,
Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design/Drawing
and details
estimated for the
construction of
PWD new Rest
House at Pundri
in Kaithal Distt

Jindal
Consortium

01.07.2012

01.07.2012

58847.56

5.

Er. Vanita
Aggarwal,
Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design/Drawing
and details
estimated for the
construction of
Community
Helth Centre
(CHC) at
Hathin, Distt
Palwal

Jindal
Consortium

08.07.2012

08.07.2012

101555.13

6.

Er. Upain
Bhatia, Civil
Engineering

Ston Testing

SDO,
Jagadhri W/S
sub division,
Jagadhri

13.07.2012

13.07.2012

6742

Dr. Vikas
Garg,
Civil
Engineering

1.

2.

3.

4.

Er. Vanita
Aggarwal,
Civil
Engineering

Er. Vanita
Aggarwal,
Civil
Engineering

Dr. Vikas
Garg,
Civil
Engineering

205

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design/Drawing
and details
estimated of 440
sft residences in
CHC at Bhattu
Kalan, Distt.
Fatehabad

Jindal
Consortium

16.07.2012

16.07.2012

20993.14

8.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design
/Drawings for
the construction
of 14 class
rooms, One Hall
and Toilet block
in M.C. pry.
School, Jasola
Village in ward
no. 208, CNZ,
Delhi

Jindal
Consortium

18.07.2012

18.07.2012

102930.75

9.

Er. Vanita
Aggarwal,
Civil
Engineering

Tile/Cube
Testing

Kumar
Gourav,
(PE), Ansal
Town, 20,
Yamuna
Nagar

20.07.2012

20.07.2012

8000

10.

Er. Vanita
Aggarwal,
Civil
Engineering

Tile/Cube
Testing

Kumar
Gourav,
(PE), Ansal
Town, 20,
Yamuna
Nagar

20.07.2012

20.07.2012

8500

Er. Upain
Bhatia, Civil
Engineering

SOIL TESTING

HIRMI
(Haryana
Irrigation
Research and
Management
Institute)
Kurukshetra

21.07.2012

21.07.2012

125000

Er. Vanita
Aggarwal,
Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design/Drawing
s and detailed
estimate of 1220
sft residences in
CHC at Bhattu
Kalan, Distt.
Fatehabad

Jindal
Consortium

01.08.2012

01.08.2012

41540.39

7.

11.

12.

206

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design/Drawing
s and detailed
estimate for the
construction of
ITI at Uncha
Majra in
Gurgain Distt
(Workshop
Block)

Jindal
Consortium

02.08.2012

02.08.2012

336132.47

Er. Vanita
Aggarwal

Structural
design/drawings
for the
construction of
1st floor at
Thesil Building
at Bilaspur in
Yamuna Nagar

Jindal
Consortium

06.08.2012

06.08.2012

40183.1

Er. Ankush
Khadwal

Structural
Design/
Drawings and
Detailed
estimate for the
construction of
ITI at Uncha
Majra in
Gurgaon Distt.
(Admin Block)

Jindal
Consortium

06.08.2012

06.08.2012

30968.89

16.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal

The Executive
Engineer,
Provincial
Division No.-II,
PWD B&R
Branch, Karnal

Jindal
Consortium

09.08.2012

09.08.2012

21230.78

17.

Er. Vanita
Aggarwal,
Civil
Engineering

Tile/Cube
Testing

Kumar
Gourav,
(PE), Ansal
Town, 20,
Yamuna
Nagar

13.08.2012

13.08.2012

6500

18.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design/
Drawings for
the construction
of revised ITI,
village Pinjpura,
Distt. Kaithal
(Workshop
Block)

Jindal
Consortium

25.08.2012

25.08.2012

102751.78

19.

Er. Vanita
Aggarwal,

Structural
Design/

Jindal
Consortium

26.08.2012

26.08.2012

147873.76

13.

14.

15.

207

Civil
Engineering

20.

21.

22.

23.

Drawings and
Detailed
estimate for the
construction of
Additional
Litigant hall and
bar complex in
mini sectt. At
Narnaul in
Mohindergarh.

SOIL TESTING

The
Exuctuive
Engineer,
Water
Service
Division,
Kurukshetra

29.08.2012

29.08.2012

13000

Dr. Vikas
Garg, Civil
Engineering

Traffic Census
Survey

Executive
Engineer,
Provisional
Division No.
1, PWD
(B&R),
Ambala
Cantt

30.08.2012

30.08.2012

99102

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Detailed
Estimate for the
Construction of
ITI (Workshop
Block) at
Village
Fatehpur
Billoch in
Faridabad
District.

Jindal
Consortium

03.09.2012

03.09.2012

100584.81

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,

Structural
Design
/Drawings and
Detailed
Estimate for the
Construction of
Bus Stand at
Sampla, Distt.
Rohtak.

Jindal
Consortium

05.09.2012

05.09.2012

94197.85

24.09.2012

24.09.2012

5515

24.09.2012

24.09.2012

5515

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

24.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,

SOIL TESTING

Sub
Divisional
Engineer,
Public
Health,
Dharamkot

25.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,

SOIL TESTING

Sub
Divisional

208

Engineer,
Public
Health,
Dharamkot

26.

27.

28.

29.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,

SOIL TESTING

Sub
Divisional
Engineer,
Public
Health,
Dharamkot

Er. Suminder
Meerwal, Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design/Drawing
s and Detailed
Estimate for the
Construction of
Govt. Hospital
at Siwani Distt.
Bhiwani

Jindal
Consortium

09.10.2012

09.10.2012

307053.18

Er. Suminder
Meerwal, Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design /
Drawings and
Detailed
estimate for the
Construction of
Type-II (G+2)
800sft (12Nos.
Quarters Plus
Type-III (G+I)
800 sft (8 Nos.
Quarters) of
Residential
Quarters,
Central Jail,
Distt. Hissar.

Jindal
Consortium

20.09.2012

20.09.2012

163810.36

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design /
Drawings and
Detailed
Estimate for the
Construction of
Type-II (G+2)
650 sft (18 Nos.
Quarters) Plus
Type-II (G+I)
650 sft (12 Nos.
Quarters) of
Residential
Quarters,
Central Jail,
Distt Hissar.

Jindal
Consortium

23.09.2012

23.09.2012

203470.25

24.09.2012

24.09.2012

5515

209

Er. Suminder
Meerwal, Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design /
Drawings and
Detailed
Estimate for the
Construction
work of Govt.
College at
Village Pipli,
(Kharkhoda) in
Sonipat Distt.

Jindal
Consortium

30.09.2012

30.09.2012

491034.14

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design /
Drawings and
Detailed
Estimate for the
Construction of
Type-V (G+2)
1300 sft of
Residential
Quarters in
Central Jail,
Distt Hissar

Jindal
Consortium

01.10.2012

01.10.2012

67489.75

32.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design /
Drawings and
Detailed
Estimate for the
Construction of
Govt. College at
Barota, The.
Gohana in
Sonipat Distt

Jindal
Consortium

08.10.2012

08.10.2012

491034.14

33.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,

SOIL TESTING

Universal
Academic at

15.10.2012

15.10.2012

15000

30.

31.

210

Civil
Engineering

34.

35.

36.

37.

Tarantaran

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design /
Drawings and
Detailed
Estimate for the
Construction of
Hospital
Building in
Ayurvedic
College/Hospita
l at Village
Pattikara at
Narnaul

Jindal
Consortium

03.11.2012

03.11.2012

538947.57

Er. Suminder
Meerwal, Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design /
Drawings and
Detailed
Estimate for the
Construction of
Extension of
Litigant hal in
Judicial Court at
Mini-Sectt.,
Sirsa

Jindal
Consortium

20.11.2012

20.11.2012

189615.59

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design/Drawing
and Detailed
Estimate for the
construction of
Govt. Senior
Secondary
School at
Rohtak

Jindal
Consortium

23.11.2012

23.11.2012

412092.1

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design/Drawing
and Detailed
Estimate for the
construction of
extension of
Litigant hall in
Judicial Court at
Mini-Sectt.,
Sirsa

Jindal
Consortium

24.11.2012

24.11.2012

227538.71

211

38.

39.

40.

41.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design/Drawing
for the
construction of
Revised
workshop Block
and Ramp
Building in ITI
at Village Pali
in Faridabad
Distt.

Jindal
Consortium

30.11.2012

30.11.2012

142432.65

Er. Suminder
Meerwal, Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design/Drawing
s and Detailed
Estimate for the
Construction of
ITI Building at
Village
Saharanwas in
Rewari Distt.

Jindal
Consortium

09.12.2012

09.12.2012

213561.08

Er. Suminder
Meerwal, Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design/Drwaing
s and Detailed
Estimate for the
Construction of
100 bedded
hostel (Sports)
at Meham in
Rohtak Distt.

Jindal
Consortium

10.12.2012

10.12.2012

195464.8

Er. Suminder
Meerwal and
Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design/Drwaing
s and Detailed
Estimate and
DNIT for the
Construction of
Hostel at
Football
Academic at
Village
Fariyapur in
Distt. Fatehabad

Jindal
Consortium

24.12.2012

24.12.2012

85626.54

212

42.

43.

44.

45.

Er. Suminder
Meerwal, Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design/Drawing
s and Detailed
Estimate for the
Construction of
600 sft Housing
in Community
Health Centre at
Madina Distt
Rohtak.

Jindal
Consortium

26.12.2012

26.12.2012

26132.4

Er. Suminder
Meerwal, Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design/Drawing
s and Detailed
Estimate for the
Construction of
CHC Building
in Community
Health Centre
Madina, Distt
Rohtak

Jindal
Consortium

26.12.2012

26.12.2012

100045.01

Er. Suminder
Meerwal and
Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design/Drawing
s and Detailed
Estimate for the
Construction of
440 sft Housing
in Community
Health Centre at
Madina Distt.
Rohtak

Jindal
Consortium

27.12.2012

27.12.2012

20993.14

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design/Drawing
s and Detailed
Estimate for the
Construction of
1882 sft
Housing in
Community
Health Centre at
Madina Distt.
Rohtak

Jindal
Consortium

02.01.2013

02.01.2013

17825.33

213

Er. Suminder
Meerwal and
Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Steel
Calculation for
the Construction
of Hospital
Building in
Ayurvedic
College/Hospita
l at Village
Tattikara at
Narnaul

Jindal
Consortium

05.01.2013

05.01.2013

44912.3

47.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Steel
Calculation for
the Construction
of College
Building in
Govt. Ayurvedic
College/Hospita
l at Village
Pattikara at
Narnaul.

Jindal
Consortium

06.01.2013

06.01.2013

34040.45

48.

Er. Suminder
Meerwal and
Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Structural
Drawings of
Triple Storey
Barracks in
HAP, Ambala

Jindal
Consortium

08.01.2013

08.01.2013

31799.6

49.

Er. Suminder
Meerwal, Civil
Engineering

Structural
Drawings of
Trainees Hostel
at CCS HAU
Hisar.

Jindal
Consortium

20.01.2013

20.01.2013

22321.08

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Structural
Drawings/Desig
n for the
Construction of
Community
Centre Building,
Sector 31,
Faridabad

Jindal
Consortium

20.01.2013

20.01.2013

34561.12

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design /
Drawings and
Detailed
Estimate for the
Construction of
Workshop
Block in ITI
Building at
Village Bir
Bangra
(Rajound) Distt.

Jindal
Consortium

24.01.2013

24.01.2013

276935.83

46.

50.

51.

214

Kaithal.

52.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design/Drawing
s for the
Construction of
Admin Block in
ITI Building at
Village Bir
Bangra
(Rajound) Distt.
Kaithal

Jindal
Consortium

27.01.2013

27.01.2013

30968.89

53.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal

Tile/Cube
Testing

Sarpanch,
Gram
Panchayat,
Kheri Jattan

31.01.2013

31.01.2013

5000

Er. Suminder
Meerwal and
Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Steel
Calculation for
the Construction
of 1900 sft
(G+3) of
Revenue
Housing in
Campus of Mini
Secretariat at
Palwal.

Jindal
Consortium

03.02.2013

03.02.2013

24014.52

Er. Suminder
Meerwal and
Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design/Drawing
s, Proof
Checking,
Detail Estimate
and DNIT for
Construction of
CHC (Rajound)
in Kaithal Distt.

Jindal
Consortium

04.02.2013

04.02.2013

56808.63

54.

55.

215

56.

Er. Suminder
Meerwal and
Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Steel
Calculation for
the Construction
of Type-VII
(G+3) 2200 sft
of Revenue
Housing in
Campus of Mini
Secretariat at
Palwal

Jindal
Consortium

04.02.2013

04.02.2013

13938.54

57.

Er. Suminder
Meerwal and
Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design/Drawing
s of Shri
Digamber Jain
Dharamshala
(Baijnath) at
Ambala Cantt.

Jindal
Consortium

04.02.2013

04.02.2013

50821.08

Er. Suminder
Meerwal and
Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design/Drawing
s for the
Construction of
Proposed
Badmintion Hall
in MDA Colony
at Nuh Distt
Mewat.

Jindal
Consortium

10.02.2013

10.02.2013

30254.32

59.

Er. Suminder
Meerwal and
Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design /
Drwaings and
Detailed
Estimate of
Scooter Garage
and Cycle Stand
in Govt. College
at Badli in
Jhajjar Distt.

Jindal
Consortium

16.02.2013

16.02.2013

31501.41

60.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

SOIL TESTING

Gram
Panchayat,
Sanghe
Khalsa,
Phillaur
(Punjab)

18.02.2013

18.02.2013

5500

Er. Suminder
Meerwal and
Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Submission of
Structural
Design /
Drwaings for
the
Extension/Expa
nsion of New
Mini Sectt. At
jind.

Jindal
Consortium

20.02.2013

20.02.2013

188671

58.

61.

216

Er. Suminder
Meerwal and
Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design /
Drawings for
Construction of
Community
Hall i/c
Underground
Parking at
Kishangarh,
Sector-A,
Pocket-A,
Vasant Kunj,
Delhi

Jindal
Consortium

03.03.2013

03.03.2013

58876.64

Er. Suminder
Meerwal and
Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design and
Drawings for
the Construction
of Khel Parisar
at Trilokpuri
opposite Block
No.8, in Ward
No.210, Shah
South Zone.

Jindal
Consortium

03.03.2013

03.03.2013

10201.29

64.

Er. Suminder
Meerwal, Civil
Engineering

Structural
Design /
Drawings of
fundation for
construction of
SDO Civil
Complex at
Tosham, Distt
Bhiwani

Jindal
Consortium

04.03.2013

04.03.2013

60649.68

65.

Er. Deepak
Kumar, Civil
Engineering

Mis Design

Irrigation
Department,
Kurukshetra

07.03.2013

07.03.2013

13483

66.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Material Testing

Sub
Divisional
Engineer,
Rajpura

09.03.2013

09.03.2013

14044

67.

Er. Suminder
Meerwal and
Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Steel
Calculation for
the Construction
of ITI
(Workshop
Block) at village
Bir Bangra
(Rajound) Distt.
Kaithal.

Jindal
Consortium

10.03.2013

10.03.2013

23077.99

68.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

SOIL TESTING

Gram
Panchyat,
Sanghe
Khalsa

14.03.2013

14.03.2013

5500

62.

63.

217

69.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Mix Design

S.K.
Builders,
Mansa

05.04.2013

05.04.2013

8000

70.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

SOIL TESTING

Municipal
Committee,
Ferozpur

29.04.2013

29.04.2013

15168

71.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

SOIL TESTING

15.06.2013

15.06.2013

8000

72.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Cement, Steel,
Aggregate,
Bricks Testing

SE, LIC of
India, New
Delhi,
Branch
Office at
Jagadhari

27.06.2013

27.06.2013

7000

73.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Soil and
Material Testing

P.R.
Engineering
Interprises,
Jalandhar

31.07.2013

31.07.2013

14000

74.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

SOIL TESTING

Arc Bio fuel


Pvt. Ltd,
Barnala
(Punjab)

24.08.2013

24.08.2013

15000

75.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

SOIL TESTING

P.R.
Engineering
Interprises,
Jalandhar

29.11.2013

29.11.2013

12000

76.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Soil Testing

Sub Division
Engineer,
Dera Bassi

07.02.2014

07.02.2014

10112

77.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Tile/Cube
Testing

Sub
Divisional
Engineer,
W/S and
Sanitation,
Dera Bassi

29.04.2014

29.04.2014

9500

78.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Soil Testing

M/s Bee-EM
and Sons,
Jallandhar

18.06.2014

18.06.2014

7500

79.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal Civil
Engineering

Soil Testing

Ahinsa Thith
Trust,
mithapur,
Ambala

02.07.2014

02.07.2014

15000

218

80.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal

Soil Testing

Chola Sahib
and
Goivdwal
Sahib,
Tarantarain

81.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Tile/Cube
Testing

Harminder
Jeet Singh,
Contractor,
Mohali

25.07.2014

25.07.2014

5700

82.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Tile/Cube
Testing

Sub
Divisional
Engineer,
W/s and
Saintation,
Rajpura

20.08.2014

20.08.2014

8427

83.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Tile/Cube
Testing

Sub
Divisional
Engineer,
W/s and
Saintation,
Rajpura

20.08.2014

20.08.2014

8427

84.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Tile/Cube
Testing

Chairman,
Gram
Panchyat and
Saintation,
Kalusohal

30.09.2014

30.09.2014

5615

85.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

M/s Gagan
Builders

22.01.2015

22.01.2015

6000

86.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Soil Testing

Vijay Gupta
and
Dharminder,
Patiala

27.02.2015

27.02.2015

9000

87.

Er. Ankush
Khadwal,
Civil
Engineering

Soil Testing

Lalwara
(Punjab)

25.03.2015

25.03.2015

9000

Dr.
Sumeet
Gupta,

Antidiabetic
activity
of
Broccoli extract
in
type-II
diabetic mellitus

Sidhartha
Institute of
Pharmacy,
Dehradun,
Uttarakhand

27/12/2011

19.10.2012

25,000

Dr.
Randhir
Singh Dahiya,

Antiarthritic
activity of the
mentioned
formulations

Dr. Raj Preet


Singh, Guru
Nanak
Medical
Centre,
Jalandhar,
Punjab

GNMC01,
dated
18/09/2013

21/11/2015

42,000

88.

89.

MM
College of
Pharmacy

MM
College of
Pharmacy

Dr.
Abhay
Asthana

Acute

and

15.07.2014

15.07.2014

10000

219

subacute
toxicity of the
formulation

90.

MM
College of
Pharmacy

Dr.
Vipin
Saini, Dr. MS
Rathore, Dr.
Vichitra
Kaushik, Dr.
Suresh Jain,
Dr. Sandhya,

M/s Pragati
Engineers,
Industrial
Estate,
Ambala
Cantt.

PE/SA/Q172/13-14
dated
18/12/2013

30.6.2015

25,000

Stability
improvement of
veterinary
calcium powder
mixer

M/s Suncure
Laboratories

80/SL-07

19.6.2015

25,000

Formuilation
development of
Pantoprazole
sodium
(Dissolution in
accordance to
IP)

M/s Horizon
Bioceuticals
Pvt.
Ltd.,
Industrial
Area,
NangalKheri,
Panipat

HB/1910/005
dated
19/10/2014

16.7.2015

2,00,000

Trouble
shooting
for
camylofin
dihydrochloride
combinations

M/s Horizon
Bioceuticals
Pvt.
Ltd.,
Industrial
Area,
NangalKheri,
Panipat

HB/1910/005
dated
19/10/2014

29.7.2015

1,00,000

Stability
of
clavulanate
potassium
combinations

M/s Horizon
Bioceuticals
Pvt.
Ltd.,
Industrial
Area,
NangalKheri,
Panipat

HB/1910/005
dated
19/10/2014

28.8.2015

1,00,000

Performance
qualification of
Tray Dryer.
Performance
qualification of
Tablet Coating
Pans

Mrs. Ravdeep
Dr.
Saini,

91.

MM
College of
Pharmacy

Vipin

Dr. Vichitra
Kaushik,

dated
01/10/2014

Dr. Parminder
Nain,
Dr. Sandhya,
Mrs. Ravdeep
Dr.
Saini,

Vipin

Dr.
A.
Pandurangan,
92.

MM
College of
Pharmacy

Dr.
Abhay
Asthana,
Dr.
MS
Rathore, Dr.
Sunil Kamboj,
Dr. Sandhya,
Mrs. Ravdeep
Dr.
Saini,

93.

MM
College of
Pharmacy

Dr.
Abhay
Asthana,
Dr.
MS
Rathore, Dr.
Sunil Kamboj
Dr.
Saini,

94.

MM
College of
Pharmacy

Vipin

Dr.
Rathore,

Vipin
MS

Dr. Sandhya,
Dr.
Sunil
Kamboj

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Dr.
Saini,

Vipin

Dr. Vichitra
Kaushik,

M/s Eutticon
Laboratories,
Sri
Ganganagar,
Rajasthan

EL
340826/1314
dated
24/10/2014

12.8.2015

25,000

Formulation and
development of
novel
formulation of
anti-histaminic
and its stability

M/s Unitech
Pharmaceutic
als,
Partap
Nagar,
Bhatinda,
Punjab

2014/A/1

20.5.2015

50,000

Development of
new
drug
delivery
systems,
cost
reduction
and
stability
of
combination
molecules
of
anti viral drug
and marketing
strategies
of
pharmaceutical
formulations

M/s M-care
Pharma,
Haridwar,
Uttarakhand

MCP/2014
dated
28/10/2014

28.5.2015

25000

Formulation and
development of
veterinary
calcium
suspension

Dr.
Prerna
Sarup,
Dr. Sandhya,
95.

MM
College of
Pharmacy

Mrs. Ravdeep

Stability
and
validation
of
veterinary
suspension

Formulation and
development of
formula related
to increase milk
production
of
veterinary
as
bolus form
Dr.
Saini,
96.

MM
College of
Pharmacy

Vipin

Dr.
MS
Rathore, Dr.
Sunil Kamboj,
Dr.
Suman
Bala
Dr.
Vipin
Saini,
Dr.
Sunil Kamboj,
Dr. Sandhya

97.

MM
College of
Pharmacy

dated
28/10/2014

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3.5.1

What is the official policy of the university for structured


consultancy? List a few important consultancies undertaken by the
university during the last four years.
University has a well framed policy for structured consultancy.
Consultancy includes rendering advice or services to an industry/
organization, consultation/ testing/ inspection for report on any related
subject/ fabrication of equipment, providing technical data or analysis
(not involving interpretation of result or advice) and the like both from
Government and Private sectors. All consultancy work whether carried
out by any individual or a group of faculty is considered as institutional
consultancy. The fee in connection with any consultancy work is
received in the name of the institute. The well set rules are followed for
distributing the share of net benefit among the faculty involved. At
present, the net benefit is shared between the faculty and the university
in the ratio of 70:30 respectively. A few important consultancies
undertaken by the university during the last four years are as follows:
Sr No Institute
1

MMEC

Consultancy
Project

Consultancy
offered to

determination of Deputy
silt factor f in Director,
various reaches of HIRMI,
river
Yamuna Kurukshetra
along
Haryana
territory

Ref. No.

Consultancy

fee
MMEC/CED/R& 2,25,000/C/2012/123 dated
14.06.2012
and
MMEC/CED/R&
C/2012/173 dated
06.07.2012

MMEC

Determination of KKK
Hydro MMU/MMEC/20 1,73,723/Permeability
of Power
Ltd. 4
dated
Soil Samples for Faridabad
09.02.2012
Amadalpur
project

MMEC

Traffic Census

MMEC

Concrete
Design

The Executive MMEC/CED/R& 99,102/Engineer PWD C/2012/199 dated


B&R, Ambala 07.08.2012
Cantt.

Mix Executive
MMEC/CED/R& 13,483/Engineering, C/2012/21-A
Water Supply dated 04.03.2013
Division,
Kurukshetra

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MMIM

Preparation
of Nexgen
MMI/2012/01
25,00000
information
Financial
Dated 16-5-2012
Solution Pvt.
memorandum,
financial analysis, Ltd.
research
work,
modification
of
financial
statement
and
consultancy
charges
on
financial matters
For Mosar Bear
Energy
and
Development Ltd.

MMIM

Preparation
of Saga Capital
information
Advisors
memorandum,
Private Ltd.
financial analysis,
research
work,
modification
of
financial
statement
and
consultancy
charges
on
financial matters
For
HIRACO
Renewable
Energy Pvt. Ltd.

MMI/SAGA/2012 30,00,000
/02 dated 24-92012

MMEC

i)
Microwave SIBA India
based
system Ltd. Ambala
design &analysis

MMEC/ECE/12/0 3,00,000
4/51-1 dated
28.04.2012

ii)Performance
analysis of WDM
optical
links
utilization optical
analyzer
iii) verification of
coding
&
decoding
techniques
8

MMEC

Complete
Jindal
Structural Design,
Consortium,
Drawings
and
Ambala
Estimate

MMEC/CED/R&
C/2013/123A 988884
dated 23.10.2013

MMEC

Complete
Jindal
Structural Design,
Consortium,
Drawings
and
Ambala
Estimate

MMEC/CED/R&
C/2013/27A dated 3,76,589
31.03.2013

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10

3.5.2

MMEC

Does

Investigation of Baba
Amar
Bearing Capacity Singh
ji MMEC/CED/R&
of Soil
Hospital,
C/2015/416 dated 11,000
Chakar, Distt.
30.06.2015
the university have a university-industry
cell? If yes, what is
Ludhiana

11Y MMEC
Complete
Jindal
es!
Structural Design,
Consortium,
Drawings
and
Th
Ambala
Estimate
ere
is a
dedicated University-Industry Cell.

its scope and range of

MMEC/CED/R&
C/2013/9E dated 5,91,383
31.01.2013

Scope & Range of Activities

3.5.4

The Cell encourage the students to participate in Technical Events


organized by different corporates (TCS, Infosys, KPIT, etc) and
educational Institutes (IITs and NITs).

It invites Technocraits (Engineers) and people from HR fraternity


for Guest Lectures and Interactions on regular basis.

The Cell encourages students to participate in National and


International platforms of Conferences and Research Projects.

The University-Industry Cell works in close coordination with


Placement Cell for maintaining a rapport and liaison with the
corporate Sector.

How does the university utilize the expertise of its faculty with
regard to consultancy services?
The university has a liberal policy and supporting attitude towards
undertaking consultancy assignments in addition to fulfilling their
teaching obligations. The faculty members in various departments of
the university, who have expertise in their respective fields of
specialization are allowed to undertake consultancy assignments using
the infrastructural facilities of the institute. The university utilizes their
expertise by encouraging them to involve themselves in consultancy
services. The university has a well framed consultancy policy according
to which the faculty members are benefited financially by giving share
from the consultancy earned by the institute. Moreover, the faculty
members engaged in consultancy enhance their knowledge base by such
exposures. The university grants duty leave and other facilities like lab
usage and technical support for undertaking the consultancy work.

3.5.5

List the broad areas of consultancy services provided by the


university and the revenue generated during the last four years.

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The university offers consultancy services in the diversified fields of


Engineering, Management, Pharmaceuticals, etc. The list of broad
areas under which the consultancy services have been provided by the
university both in Govt. and Private Sector are listed below:

Sr.

Name of Broad areas

No
1

Material testing

Soil testing and load bearing investigations

Structural design

Transportation and Highway Engineering

Hydraulics Engineering

Tribology

System design, analysis and performance analysis

Financial solutions and financial analysis

Diabetes and its complications

10

Antiarthritic activity and acute and sub-acute toxicity studies

11

Formulation and development

12

Calibration of tray dryer and tablet coating pans

13

Stability studies

14

Troubleshooting for camylofin dihydrochloride

The revenue generated during financial years 2011 to 2015 is


provided in the following Table:
Financial Year
2011-12

Revenue Generated (Rupees)

4,56,742

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2012-13

1,17,79,282,

2013-14

20,93,481

2014-15

9,65,304

2015-16

23,24,143

3.6

Extension activites and institutional social responsibilty (ISR)

3.6.1

How does the university sensitize its faculty and students on its
Institutional Social Responsibilities? List the social outreach
programmes which have created an impact on students campus
experience during the last four years.
University is located in a rural area and plays a major role in social and
economical growth of the area.
The National Service Scheme Units of University spreads awareness
amongst the faculty a students through organizing variety of events
including

Theme based Nukkad Nataks,

Cleanliness Drives,

Literacy Drives,

Beti Bachao Beti Padhao Awareness campaigns,

Medical/Dental Check Up Camps,

Women Empowerment Awareness Drives,

Anti Tobacco Campaigns,

University sensitizes its faculty and students on its institutional social


responsibilities through organization of various programs. Few of the
regular endeavors are:

Energy & Oil Conservation Programmes,

Contribution of collection for J & K Flood relief and Prime


minister relief fund etc.,

Free cataract surgery under corporate social responsibility,

Legal aid cell for free legal consultation,

Free conveyance and subsidized medical treatment to the needy


patients

Women cell of the University also plays vital role in spreading


awareness and for women empowerment through organizing, debates
and declamations/group discussions/seminars/ workshops/conferences,

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theme based poster making competitions etc. some of the events are as
follows:
Sr.
No.

3.6.2

Activity

Date

No. of
participants

1.

Workshop on Crime Against Women

Sep. 13, 2010

90 faculty
members

2.

International Womens Day by organizing


a multi-event program

14th March, 2011

Approx. 200
students

3.

Guest lecture on Legal Rights of


Women

March 8, 2013

Approx. 80
students

4.

Declamation Competition on Atrocities


on Women with Special Reference to
Delhi Rape Case.

March 7, 2014

Around 50
students

5.

State Level Declamation Contest on the


occasion of Womens Day on March 14,
2015

March 12, 2015

Around 55
students and
faculty
members

6.

National Level Conference on


Contemporary Social Issues

March 31, 2015

Approx 200
participants
from all over
India

How does the university promote university neighborhood network


and student engagement, contributing to the holistic development
of students and sustained community development?
University promotes university - neighborhood network under the
banner of NSS. Volunteers of NSS visit neighborhood villages which
are adopted by the NSS units. These units organize various cleanliness
drive, literacy drive, awareness drive etc at regular intervals in these
villages. The students under the guidance of NSS Program coordinator
and officers try their level best for the upliftment of the society and in
the process, the students develop their own skills and understanding.
Details of various events conducted are mentioned below:Sr.
No.

Date

Activity/Village

4/10/13

Cleanliness Drive in Suhana Village

19/11/13

Cleanliness Drive in Budhiya Village

28/11/13

Cleanliness Drive in Sembhla Village

10/12/13

Taught village children in Budhiya Village

11/2/14

Cleanliness drive in Slum Area

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14/3/14

Awareness about Government Schemes in


Budhiya Village

25/3/14 to 25/11/14

Educating children in Suhana Village and provide


stationary facilities

12/5/14

Teach children in Suhana Village

30/5/14

Lecture delivered on road safety

10

15/6/14

Awareness about Government Schemes in


Suhana Village

11

1/7/14

Cleanliness Drive in Holi Village

12

1/8/14

Awareness about Government schemes in


Sembhla Village

13

27/8/14

Educating people and make them aware about


their rights in all Villages adopted

14

2/10/14

Swatchh Bharat Abhiyan in collage campus.

15

10/3/15

Literacy drive in Sembhla and Suhana Village

16

11/3/15

Dental Camp in Sembhla / Medical camp in


Suhana

17

12/3/15

Medical Camp in Sembhla / Dental camp in


Suhana

18

13/3/15

Awareness rally in Sembhla and Suhana Village

University has also collaborations with the established NGOs for


upliftment an welfare of society. University in association with
Mahasadhvi Swaran Sudha Jain Charitable Hospital, Ambala
Healthcare and Welfare Society regularly organizes various free dental
care and medical health camps in surrounding rural areas.
The active engagement/participation of students in such activities
develop a sense of social responsibility and results in enhancement of
moral values. Moreover this also results in the development of
leadership qualities and team spirit. The socially aware students with
high moral values ultimately become an asset to the nation and
contribute in the sustained community development.
3.6.3

How does the university promote the participation of the students


and faculty in extension activities including participation in NSS,
NCC, YRC and other National/ International programmes?
NSS coordinator and program officers motivate the students about their
social responsibilities. They also guide them that participation in NSS
activities will also improve their personality, knowledge and they will
have a true understanding of problems of village people.
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Women cell of the University also plays vital role in promoting


students to participate in various seminars, workshops, discussions,
debates and declamations related to women empowerment issues.
Law Students are motivated to participate in free legal aid clinics and
have proven their effectivenesss.
Institute of hotel management encourages students to conduct Hunar
se Rozgarprogram in surrounding area to train the unemployed youth
in modern cooking practices.
3.6.5

Does the university have a mechanism to track the students


involvement in various social movements / activities which promote
citizenship roles?
Through NSS activities, students are being involved in social activities
like educating the villagers about their health related problems,
cleanliness related problems, educating them for their right to vote, etc.
which promote them as a good citizen in society. The activities of these
students are recorded by filling a daily diary which is subsequently
checked and analyzed by program officer/ coordinator for award of
certificate. Community Medicine Department of Medical and Dental
College provides awareness to the patients.

3.6.6

Bearing in mind the objectives and expected outcomes of the


extension activities organized by the university, how did they
complement students academic learning experience? Specify the
values inculcated and skills learnt.
The activities like cleanliness program, literacy drive, tree plantation,
blood donation camps etc., organized by the NSS, helps in inculcating
various moral values in the students. They get to know their
responsibility towards the society. This also improves communication
skills, leadership skills and maturity level of the students. The activities
provide the students a chance to directly communicate with common
man and get to know about the status of the society. These activities
develop the sense of right and wrong in the students and prepare them
for real world. So these activities help in over all development and
complement the academic learning of the students. The students are
exposed to real life hardships faced by under privileged people which
in turn motivates them to excel in academics to secure a better position
in the society.

3.6.7

How does the university ensure the involvement of the community


in its outreach activities and contribute to community

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development? Give details of the initiatives of the university which


have encouraged community participation in its activities.
The University has collaborations with various established Charitable
Organization/ NGOs in the surrounding areas to ensure involvement of
community to improve the impact of outreach activities in community
development. Following are some of the collaborating Charitable
Organization/ NGOs:
Sr.
No.

Chaitable Organization /NGO

Address

1.

Mahasadhwi Swarn Sudha Jain Chariatable


Hospital

village Adhoya

2.

Jain Milan(Regd.) Ambala cantt

Ambala cantt

3.

Zila Yuva Vikas Sangthan (Regd.)

Village-Kesari ,Ambala

4.

Neta Ji Club

Naraingarh

5.

Ambala Healthcare & Welfare Society (Regd.)

Ambala City

6.

Rotary Club of Ambala City

Rotary Bhawan ,Model town


Ambala

7.

Aggarwal Sabha (Ambala cantt)

Aggarwal Dharamshala , Near


Football chowk ,Ambala Cantt

8.

Maharishi Markandeshwar Mandir

Shahbad

Following are some of the outreach activities organized by the University


which have encouraged community participation:

8/6 Week Training Programmes in Hotel Management for


candidates from general public.

Training Programme in Innovative Technology for BPL Pariwar of


Village Mullana.

Sensitization workshops on HIV/AIDS.

Training for Trainers in MRP-FGM.

Skill Development Programme for Students of Technical Courses

Skill Development Orientation Workshop for Science Teachers of


Secondary/Senior Secondary School of North India.

Management Development Programme an ISO Quality


Management System for Management Graduates of Punjab,
Haryana, Uttrakhand.

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Motivational Campaign for Scheduled Caste students of Technical


Courses.

21st National Children Science Congress-2013 Focal Theme


Energy: Explore, Harness & Conserve.

21-Workshops (5-day) on Training on HIV/AIDS for Nurses from


North India.

186 Health Care Medical Programme in surrounding rural region.

574 Dental Care Medical Health Camps in surrounding rural region.

99 Awareness camps by Nursing Faculty by MM University for


surrounding villages.

13 camps for unreached population of surrounding rural region


under Sarvodaya Project of MMU.

Public Health Centres started by the MMU for providing free


Medical Service to the doorstep of the local population. Public
Health Centres at Barara, Mullana and Nahoni

Each one Teach one Programme in collaboration with The Art of


Living and MM College of Education.

Programmes undertaken by NSS Units of University

3.7

Collaboration

3.7.1

How has the universitys collaboration with other agencies impacted


the visibility, identity and diversity of activities on campus? To what
extent has the university benefitted academically and financially
because of collaborations?
The university has been benefitted on academic fronts as well as financially
due to impact of these collaborations. Many research scholars (e.g. recently
6 scholars from Biotech Department) have found opportunities to conduct
their research work in various research areas promoted under these
collaborations. Funding of Rs. 9.60 lakhs has been received for initiating
evaluation activity under the auspices of International Atomic Energy
Agency (IAEA), Austria.
The University is in the process of establishing more collaborations with
various agencies in order to improve visibility, identity and diversity of
activities on campus. For this purpose many MOUs have been signed for
the promotion of activities related to diversified fields ranging from
curriculum development, students and faculty trainings and exchange,
laboratory development, and post-graduation research to the advanced
research.

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Moreover, University has been collaborates with some reputed foreign


Universities like Thammasat University, Thailand, Kaplan Business
School, Australia, Troy University USA, Bedfordshire University, UK for
faculty exchange, students exchange and collaborative research.
3.7.2

Mention specific examples of how these linkages promote


Curriculum development
Internship

On-the-job training

Faculty exchange and development


Research

Publication

Consultancy
Extension

Student placement

Any other (please specify)

Curriculum development

Experts from collaborating Institutes are also on the Boards of Studies of


the related disciplines. They provide inputs regarding the current
curriculum requirements for employment and skill development of
students. The curriculum is designed to fulfil these requirements. Recently
the University has revised its curriculum of B.Tech. Program based on the
input given by INFOSYS.
Internship

The students get opportunity to undergo internship/practical training/field


training at appropriate times during their course of study, with the
collaborating agencies, which on occasions also help them in seeking
Placement at to same agencies.
On-the-job training

Students also get opportunities to get on-the-job training in various


collaborating agencies like clinical posting and hands-on training
conducted in hospitals, practical training in District Court, etc.
Faculty exchange and development

Experts are invited from the collaborated research centres and industries to
deliver expert lectures in various faculty development programmes. They
also highlight current topics for research and interact with the faculty
members. Faculty members benefit tremendously through such
interactions. Various institutes under MMU also conduct Faculty
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Development Programmes in collaboration with collaborating agencies


from time to time that help the faculty to update their knowledge on the
concerned issues.
Research

Faculty members and students interact with experts from collaborated


institute through emails and telephonic conversations. This helps in
improving the quality of their research work and hence publications. Many
research scholars have found opportunities to conduct their research work
in various research areas promoted under these collaborations.
Publication

The augmentation of research facilities and opportunities has direct impact


on the quality of publications also. The faculty and students publish the
papers based on their research work in high impact scholarly journals.
Consultancy

As a direct impact of these linkages, the University is offering Consultancy


Services to many Government and Non-Government agencies. Some of
these organizations are given below:

Ministry of Shipping and Transport, New Delhi

Public Works Department (PWD), Haryana

Jindal Consortium, Ambala City

Public Health Department, Punjab

SIBA INDIA, Ambala Cantt


Extension

With the help of these collaborations, MMU is also able to extend support
to students of the other institutions and the society. As an example, the
students of Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), India, are being given
practical laboratory exposure on regular basis. These students are also
supervised for their projects. Moreover, a Legal Aid Cell has been
established under Department of Law in collaboration with State Legal
Services Authority, Haryana. The cell is open for people of all sections of
society and the services are rendered free of cost.
Student placement

Students participate in trainings leading to placements at appropriate times


during the course of their study. Infosys and Wipro conduct these
programmes for students as well as for the faculty members. These
programmes are organized by the Placement Cell. This ensures readiness of
the students for the placement interviews. Students are able to do well and
secure jobs in reputed organizations.
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Any other (please specify)


3.7.3 Has the university signed any MoUs with institutions of
national/international importance/other universities/ industries/
corporate houses etc.? If yes, how have they enhanced the research and
development activities of the university?
Yes, the university has signed several memorandum of understanding
(MOUs) with various National agencies. The detail is mentioned here
under:-

Sr.
No.

Name of College/Department

MOUs signed with institute

MM University

National Research Development Corporation,


New Delhi (an Enterprise of Department of
Scientific and Industrial Research, Ministry of
Science & Technology, Govt. of India) for sale
and right of licensing and commercial
exploitation of technology on sharing basis

2.

MMEC,Civil Engineering

Motiaz developers Pvt. Limited,Zirakpur,Punjab

3.

MM University

Intellectual Property Owners Association, New delhi

4.

MM College of Pharmacy

Bio Instrument Technologies,Mohali,punjab

5.

MM College of Pharmacy

Oniosome Health Care Pvt. Ltd., Mohali,Punjab

6.

MM College of Pharmacy

Avecon Health Care Pvt. Ltd.,Saha,Haryana

7.

MM College of Pharmacy

Brothers Laboratory Pvt. Ltd.,Jaipur,Rajasthan

8.

MM College of Pharmacy

Brothers Pharma Pvt. Ltd.,Jaipur,Rajasthan

9.

MM College of Pharmacy

Unijules Life Sciences, Nagpur,Maharasthra

MM College of Nursing

Indian Nursing Council, Combined Council


Building , Kotla Road, Temple Lane, New Delhi

MMEC/BIOTECHNOLOGY

Directorate of wheat research (ICAR) Karnal

MMEC/BIOTECHNOLOGY

Central Soil Salinity Research institute, Karnal


(Haryana)

MMEC/BIOTECHNOLOGY

IBI SOLUTIONS PVT.LTD. Panchkula, Haryana,


India

MMEC/BIOTECHNOLOGY

Bhopal Memorial Hospital & Research Centre


(BMHRC) Bhopal, India

MMEC/BIOTECHNOLOGY

National Dairy Research Institute (NDRI), Karnal,


Haryana

1.

10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.

16.

MMEC,Civil Engineering

The Institution of Civil Engineers (India), Career


House, Bandra Complex, Model Town, Ludhiana
(Punjab)

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These MOUs have been signed for jointly undertaking the post-graduate
education programme and to facilitate interdisciplinary research of mutual
interests. Also it can provide a wonderful platform for the budding scientists of
this University to expose to highly advanced state-of art technologies available
at these institutions. The progress under some of the major MoUs is stated as
follows.
Name of
institution

the

DIRECTORATE
OF WHEAT
RESEARCH
[ICAR] KARNAL

Date
of
Commencement

Student
(s)
persuing
PhD

Supervisor/Cosupervisor

Research Papers
published
/Gene
sequence
submitted to NCBI

20th Nov 2012

Saroj Rani

Dr. Anil K.
Sharma,
Professor,
Department of
Biotechnology,
M. M.U.
Mullana
(Ambala)

1. Rani S, Sharma
P, Sharma AK
(2014)
Comprehensive
Computational
Analysis of CisRegulatory
elements
in 5
regulatory region of
ADP
Glucose
Pyrophosphorylase
in different Plants.
International J. of
Scientific
and
Engineering
5(7)
Research.
(IF~1.4).
2. Rani S, Sharma
P, Sharma AK and
Chatrath R (2013)
Comparative
computational
analysis of ADP
Glucose
Pyrophosphorylase
in
plants.
Bioinformation
9(11):572-576
(IF~1.0).
3. Rani S, Sharma
P, Sharma AK,
Chatrath R (2012)
Functional
and
Physicochemical
Characterization of
ADP
Glucose
Pyrophosphorylase
of wheat. Crop
Improvement 12(1).

Nishu
Raghav
Dr. Raman
Kumar,
Associate
Professor,
Department of
Biotechnology,
M. M.U.
Mullana
(Ambala)

CENTRAL SOIL
SALINITY

20th Nov 2012

Preeti

Dr. Ashawanti
Devi, Associate

1. Raman K. , Jaglan
S, Sharma AK and

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RESEARCH
INSTITUTE,
KARNAL

Professor,
Department of
Biotechnology,
M. M.U.
Mullana
(Ambala)

Joshi PK (2012)
Trichoderma
longibrachiatum
isolate FS-46 gene
sequence submitted
and published in
the GenBank:
JX181933.1 (NCBI)
2. Raman K. , Jaglan
S, Sharma AK and
Joshi PK (2014)
Trichoderma
asperrellum isolate
FS-7 gene sequence
KJ174326
3. Raman K. , Jaglan
S, Sharma AK and
Joshi PK (2014)
Penicillum
janthinellum isolate
FS-53 gene sequence
KJ174327

NATIONAL
DAIRY
RESEARCH
INSTITUTE,
KARNAL

9th Nov 2014

Mandheer
Kaur

Dr. Raman
Kumar,
Associate
Professor,
Department of
Biotechnology,
M. M.U.
Mullana
(Ambala)

--

IBI
BIOSOLUTIONS
PVT. LTD.
CHANDIGARH
(INDIA)

15th Oct 2012

Shivani
Sood

Prof. (Dr.)
Tapan
Mukherjee
Professor,
Department of
Biotechnology,
M. M.U.
Mullana
(Ambala)

Namdeo R, Sood S,
Sharma
AK,
Sandhu SS (2012)
Proposing de-novo
generated,
iteratively
optimized new lead
molecules targeting
HIV-1
Protease.
Curr
Trends
Biotech & Chem
Res 2(1):6-9.
Sood S, Chawla S,
Sandhu SS and
Sharma AK (2013)
Beauveria bassiana
strain
E-174
chitinase
(chit)
gene, partial cds
sequence
with
accession number
[GenBank:
KF559204.1];2013

Prof. (Dr.) S.S.


Sandhu, R.D.
University,
Jabalpur,
Bhopal, M.P.
India

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was submitted to
NCBI Gene Bank

3.7.4

Have the university-industry interactions resulted in the establishment


/creation of highly specialized laboratories / facilities?
Yes, the University has established the following highly specizliased
Laboratories in collaboration with the industry:

Pharmaceutical Lab in MM College of Pharmacy in collaboration


with Horizon Bioceutics Pvt. Ltd.

Power System Lab in the Department of Electrical Engineering,


MMEC in Joint Collaboration with Systems & Services Power
Controls, Ambala.

Criteria IV

Infrastructure & Learning Resources

4.1.1

How does the university plan and ensure adequate availability


of physical infrastructure and ensure its optimal utilization?
M M University has been continuously upgrading the infrastructure
since inception to keep pace with increasing demand and additional
requirements.
The research labs and computer labs are regularly updated to keep
pace with ever changing product and process technology. To
upgrade the infrastructure/technology/research facilities, Principals/
HODs/Chief Warden are regularly advised to submit the
upgradations/inclusions
required
in
their
class
rooms/laboratories/research facilities/hostels through active
involvement of the faculty members and concerned officials. The
Annual Budget is prepared based on these submissions and steps are
taken to equip the departments with the facilities sought such as
extra classrooms, furniture, e-learning resources, equipment,
consumables, accessories, upgrading existing systems and servers,
after getting the necessary approval from authorities.
The University has invested substantially over the last few years to
improve the classroom and laboratory infrastructure, books and
journals, and online resources to enrich the teaching, learning, and
research process. Approximately, in last four years, a sum of four
crores has been invested on purchase of book & journals and twenty
four crores on equipments.
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4.1.2

Does the university have a policy for the creation and


enhancement of infrastructure in order to promote a
good teaching-learning environment? If yes, mention
a few recent initiatives.
The University has a general policy that the best is made available to
enhance the teaching-learning environment. To upgrade the
infrastructure, Principals/ HODs/Chief Warden are regularly advised
to submit the up gradations/inclusions required in their class
rooms/laboratories/hostels through active involvement of the faculty
members and concerned officials. The Annual Budget is prepared
based on these submissions and steps are taken to equip the
departments with the facilities sought such as extra classrooms,
furniture, e-learning resources, equipment, upgrading existing
systems and servers, after getting the necessary approval from
Planning & Monitoring Board. The recent initiatives taken by the
University for enhancing infrastructural facilities are ICT enabled
classrooms with Multimedia projector, Audio visual system. The
University has recently tied ups with NITTTR Chandigarh, IIT
Bombay for conduct of ICT based faculty development programmes.
The existing infrastructure is upgraded to keep pace with the
upcoming technology for enriching the teaching learning process.
To quote a recent initiative the development of teaching hospital
infrastructure, in last 4 years approx. 44 crores has been spent on
acquiring state-of-the-art medical care and research equipments, which
is for the improvement of undergraduate and post graduate clinical and
practical training and education. The recently upgraded equipment and
facilities are as follows:

Starting of advanced cardiac centre and interventional cardiac


cath. laboratory and cardiothoracic and vascular surgery with high
class Echocardiography machine

Fully automatic biochemistry laboratory

Molecular and genetic laboratory.

PCR laboratory

Neurosciences facilities for neurology and neurosurgery.

Availability of endotrainer for learning of basic principles of


laparoscopy.

Gastro-enterology with ERCP and stenting procedures.

Hands on upper and lower GI endoscopy facilities and training


for undergraduate and post graduate students.

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Endo-urology and LASER in urology.

Nephrology with high class dialysis facilities.

Upgradation of radiology facilities with installation of latest 1.5


T MRI, 128 slice MDCT, 4D USG facility

Basic life support, resuscitation , & intubation techniques


teaching and training to UG and PG students on mannequins
and with help of RESUSCI ANNE advanced skill trainer

Frozen section and tissue processing in pathology.

Immunohistochemistry Laboratory

Electrophysiology laboratory.

Bactac 9050 for automated blood culture

MGIT for tuberculosis culture

Gynecological training models and simulators

Heart- lung machine

Temporal bone laboratory in ENT department

OCT , fundus camera, perimetry, non-contact tonometer , eye


bank kerato-analyser in ophthalmology

Similarly additional infrastructure has also been provided at other


constituent Institute of the University apart from creating good living
conditions recreational facilities for making the living in the
Unviersity quote confortable Allied services offered by the University
includes medical treatment in 830 bedded multi speciality hospital,
Post-office, petrol pump, Banks, ATM counters, gymnasium,
auditorium, shopping centre with food courts, sports facilities, 3-star
resort etc.
4.1.3

How does the university create a conducive physical ambience for


the faculty in terms of adequate research laboratories, computing
facilities and allied services?
The university is committed to provide adequate research, computing and
allied services to their teachers so that they are motivated to conduct
research. The University has provided separate faculty cabins/rooms,
computers with internet connections to each faculty member. University
has subscribed to variety of e resources to enhance faculty research with
excellent Lab and Library facilities. University has sufficient number of
conference rooms and seminar halls for arranging academic Programme
for promotion of academic excellency. Research laboratories have been
developed to carry out advance research in the field of Bio-technology,
Nano-technology, Pharmacy, Radiation Physics, Non conventional
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manufacturing, tribology, Composites, Organic synthesis, advanced


power electronic etc Neurology lab, Orthopaedics lab, Cardiopulmonary
lab, Sports and Paediatrics lab in Physiotherapy have been upgraded.
The faculty members are allowed Academic Leave with the travel and
registration grants for attending the conferences in India and abroad apart
from incentive to faculty for excellence in academics. Thus the
University has a congenial environment well suited for any academic
pursuit.
4.1.4

Has the university provided all departments with facilities like office
room, common room and separate rest rooms for women students and
staff?
Yes, all departments of the University have dedicated office rooms. Most
of the faculty members have individual chambers with computing
facilities.
The university is providing dedicated space and basic amenities for
female students and staffs in departments.

4.1.5

How does the university ensure that the infrastructure facilities are
disabled-friendly?
The University is making consistent efforts for making all its existing
buildings disabled friendly. For this all university buildings have been
provided with ramps. Further, wherever required lifts have also been
provided in buildings on need based basis

4.1.6

Recreational facilities in hostel/s like gymnasium, yoga centre, etc.


Six boys hostels are equipped with 10 station gym facility in their
common rooms in addition to carrom boards and chess boards. Tread
mills and cycles are provided in girls hostels along with carrom boards
and chess boards. Yoga centre is a central facility located in indoor
sports complex. Moreover, two full fledge Gyms are also functional in
indoor sports complex.

4.1.7

Does the university offer medical facilities for its students and
teaching and non-teaching staff living on campus?
YES
A multispeciality 830 beds Medical College Hospital provides
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emergency, outdoor and Indoor services not only to its students and
teaching and Non-teaching staff but also to the entire population of the
region
The highly qualified Doctors, Nurses paramedicos in the hospital give
diagnostic and therapeulic facilities. The hospital has state-of-the-art
diagnostic facilities which include MRI, CT scan & X-Ray facilities.
The hospital laboratory has facilities for hormonal assay, all blood tests
and blood bank. Trauma Centre is equipped with resuscitative
equipment, piped O2 supply, ECG & cardiac monitors. Cardiology
Centre and Renal Dialysis units and operation theatres are functioning
round the clock to provide emergency care.

4.1.8

What special facilities are available on campus to promote students


interest in sports and cultural events/activities?
The institute has its own auditorium with crowd capacity of 1500
equipped with state of the art sound and light system. The university
organizes various cultural meets in the campus for the students. Every
year a cultural festival named 'UNIVERSUMM' is organized in which 2050 outstation colleges participate. To promote cultural activities in
university, competitions are held regularly in :

Dance

Singing

Mime

Skit

Nukkad Nattak

Theater

Literacy events

Fine arts activities

Bands

Fashion Parade

Flash Mob

Specific clubs are constituted for respective cultural events so that the
student can sharpen their skills and can showcase their talent in different
cultural activities. The club also sponsors students for participating in
various events organized in the outstation colleges.
SPORTS:
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Sports facilities available in the University


S. No.

Name of sports

Facility

No. of grounds
available

1.

Athletics

400 M Track Standard Track

01

Long Jump Pit

01

Shot put Throwing sector

01

Discus Throwing sector

01

2.

Basketball

Basketball Court

04 (One indoor,
Three outdoor)

3.

Badminton

Badminton Court

03 and 6 outdoor
courts in different
Hostels

( indoor)
4.

Cricket

Cricket Ground with turf covered practice


pitches. University has started a cricket
academy in the campus in association with
noted cricket player Sh. Yuvraj Singh.
This academy is in operation since Aug,
2015.

01

5.

Football

Football Ground

02

6.

Kabaddi

Kabaddi Ground

01

7.

Kho- Kho

Kho- Kho Ground

01

8.

Squash

Squash Court

02

9.

Swimming Pool

Swimming Pool

01

10.

Table Tennis

Table Tennis Hall

04 Tables

11.

Volleyball

Volleyball Ground

06

12.

Gym

Gym Hall

02. In addition six


hostels are also
equipped with 10
station gym.

13.

Yoga

Yoga Hall

01

14.

Karate

Karate Hall

01

4.2

Library as a Learning Resource

4.2.1

Does the library have an Advisory Committee? Specify the


composition of the committee. What significant initiatives have
been taken by the committee to render the library student/user
friendly?

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Yes, there is a Library Advisory Committee comprising of all the


Directors/Principals, one outside expert which is headed by the Dean
Academic Affairs of the University. With the recommendations of
Advisory Committee, we provide better library services like purchase
of latest books and journals, decides library timings, shelving and
subscription of online journals, etc. and to decide other policy matters
of the library. On the advice of the Library Committee, Information
regarding the usage of different software available at the Learning
Resource Centre of the institute is provided to the users; enhanced the
shelving capacity and upgradation of the computers of the library with
the pace of advancement of technology; and with other improvement,
the Library have been made users friendly.
4.2.2

Provide details of the following:


Total area of the libraries (in Sq. Mts.)
6754.9 Sqm.

Total seating capacity


1659

Sr. No.

Name of Library

Seating Capacity

1.

MMEC

400

2.

MMCDSR

250

3.

MMICTBM (MCA)

120

4.

MMCP

72

5.

MMICTBM (HM)

72

6.

LAW

108

7.

MBA

102

8.

MMIMSR

9.

MMCN

10.

MMIN

11.

MMIPR

535

TOTAL

1659

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Working hours (on working days, on holidays, before


examination, during examination, during vacation)
8:30 am to 10:00 pm (on working days)
8:30 am to 05:00 pm (on holidays)
8:30 am to 10:00 pm (before examination)
8:30 am to 12:00 am (during examination)
8:30 am to 10:00 pm (during vacation)
Layout of the library (individual reading carrels, lounge area for
browsing and relaxed reading, IT zone for accessing eresources)
There is lounge area for browsing/IT zone i.e. Audio-Visual Lab
for accessing e-Resources.
Clear and prominent display of floor plan; adequate sign boards;
fire alarm; access to differently-abled users and mode of access
to collection
Libraries have adequate number of Fire Extinguisher and have
displayed Fire Notices & Exit points. There is provision of wheel
chair and lift (Elevator) for handicapped and other differently-abled
users in main libraries. Service of an attendant is also available to
look after and help them. There is open access to library collection.
Layout of library is in the form of all sections displayed in the floor
plan.
4.2.3

Give details of the library holdings:


a)

Print (books, back volumes and theses)


164720 (Total Books)

Sr.
No.

9232

(Total Back volumes)

4760

(Total Theses/Dissertations)

Name of Library

Books

Back
volumes

Theses/
Dissertations

1.

MMIMSR

21443

2999

262

2.

MMEC

64658

1216

35

3.

MMCDSR

9176

2075

165

244

4.

MMICTBM (MCA)

14607

191

1007

5.

MMCP

7992

84

191

6.

MMICTBM (HM)

9555

250

7.

LAW

4984

1006

151

8.

MBA

19613

1359

2386

9.

MMCN

6220

168

166

10.

MMIN

3202

14

11.

MMIPR

3270

134

133

164720

9232

4760

TOTAL

b) Average number of books added during the last three years


8195 / Year
c) Non Print (Microfiche, AV)
5801 (CD/DVDs)
d) Electronic (e-books, e-journals)
6855 (EJournals)
e) Special collections (e.g. text books, reference books,
standards, patents)
157695

(Text books)

7025

(Reference books)

662

(Standards)

Procurement of patents is in process.


f) Book Banks
Yes and Books from the Book Bank are issued to the needy
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students for the whole session.


g)

Question Banks
There is Question Paper database, which is provided to the
students as per their request through e-mail in some libraries.

4.2.4

What tools does the library deploy to provide access to the


collection?
There is open access to the libraries collection with OPAC facility. As
well as Reference Librarian and other staff members also help the users
to locate their required documents. In case of e-resources we have IP
based in-house access and for remote users we provide them
username/password.
OPAC

OPAC service is available through LMS SOUL 2.0


Electronic Resource Management package for e-journals

IEEE, ASME, ASCE, Springer, McGraw Hill, J-Gate JET, ASTM


Digital Library, Bentham Science, EBSCO-Business Source Elite., JGate (Management Sciences), RMIT (Informit Business Collections),
EBSCO-Dentistry and Oral Science Sources, UGC- Info Net: JSTOR, N-List,
LWW Cluster Collection, InfoTrac Medical
Collection, EBSCO (Hotel Management), AIR-Supreme Court
Database 1950-2011, AIR-High Court Database 1950-2011, Criminal
Law Journal Database 1950-2011, AIR Privy Council Database 1914,
AIR Online Institutional Version, SSC Online Web Edition, AIR
Manual latest Edition and others like NPTEL video courses, Animal
Simulator (for the use of Pharmacology/Physiology/Pharmacy
students and faculty), INFLIBNET, DELNET etc.
Federated searching tools to search articles in multiple
databases
Available

Library Website

mmumullana.org/library-facilities.html

In-house/remote access to e-publications

Libraries provide IP based access for In-house users and also


provide user name/password for remote access to e-publications.
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4.2.5

To what extent is ICT deployed in the library? Give details with


regard to
Library automation

Whole librarys collection is bar-coded. Transaction of books is done


through library software.

Total number of computers for general access

There are 99 latest Technology Computers provided for general


access to the users.

Total numbers of printers for general access

For general Access 12 printers are available in the


library.

Internet bandwidth speed 2 mbps

10 mbps 1GB

University Internet Bandwidth 145 mbps

Institutional Repository

Publications/Patents/Copyrights

Content management system for e-learning

NPTEL video courses, Animal Simulator (for the use of


Pharmacology/ Physiology/ Pharmacy students and faculty), SCC
Online Web Edition, Air Online Institutional Version.

Participation in resource sharing networks/consortia (like


INFLIBNET)
We have membership of DELNET, Info Trac Medical Collection.
DELNET provides an array of facilities. DELNETS relentless efforts
in resource sharing have proved extremely effective. It has
contributed a lot towards the modernisation of libraries in India.
DELNET maintains a referral centre which provides references
facilities to participating libraries. This centre also looks after the
access to the central databases and provides prompt replies.
4.2.6

Provide details (per month) with regard to

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Average number of walk-ins

18890 users visited different libraries in the last


month.

Average number of books issued/returned

11435/11225 books are issued/returned in all the


libraries on average basis.

Ratio of library books to students enrolled

As per students enrolment in the university the ratio


of the books to students is more than 20:1

Average number of books added during the last four years


8880 books added per year on average of last four years

Average number of login to OPAC


5220

Average number of login to e-resources


6493

Average number of e-resources downloaded/printed


5262

Number of IT (Information Technology) literacy trainings


organized
In the starting of each academic year library tour/visit is organized for
the current batch to familiarise the students about the facilities
provided by the libraries. For staff and PG students Central Library
organised an International Virtual Conference (IRSL-2014) and a
National Conference From Real to Virtual: Transformation in
Libraries for the said purpose in 2014.
4.2.7

Give details of specialized services provided by the library with


regard to
Manuscripts
[

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No such needs was ever felt. However, whenever any such necessity
arises, the university would establish a manuscript section in the
main library of the university.
Reference

Assistance in the use of the library, including location of


materials, use of computers to access information, and the use
of basic reference sources is provided by the libraries.

Reprography/Scanning

Yes, there is provision for photostat & scanning facility.


There are seven Canon brand reprographic machines and 4
scanners available for this purpose in different libraries.

Inter-library Loan Service

Yes, Inter-library loan service is provided with in university campus


and the same facility is also provided through DELNET from all
concerned member libraries.

Information Deployment and Notification


Yes

OPACs

Library has online public access catalogue, which is module of


SOUL 2.0 being used for searching of books and other documents.

Internet Access

Yes, there is provision of Internet Access facility in all


libraries.

Downloads

Library users can download any documents through e-access from


different available databases.
Printouts

Students and faculty can take printouts from public/general access


printer.

Reading list/ Bibliography compilation


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Yes, library compiles all types of reading lists and bibliography of


books.
In-house/remote access to e-resources

Library provides IP based access for In-house users and user


name/password is provided for remote access to e-Resources.

User Orientation

In the starting of each academic year a library visit/tour is


organized for the current batch to familiarise the students
about the activities provided by the library. In the time tables
also there is provision of library period which is compulsory
for the students.

Assistance in searching Databases

Reference librarian and other library staff help the users in


searching the required database.
INFLIBNET/IUC facilities
We have DELNET facility.

4.2.8

Provide details of the annual library budget and the amount spent
for purchasing new books and journals.
Annual library budget

Rs. 1,95,50,000

Amount spent for purchasing new books =

Rs. 33,56,930

Amount spent for purchasing Journals =

Rs. 1,10,21,676

Sr. Name of
No. Library

Annual
Budget

Expenditure on Expenditure Annual


Books
on Journals Budget

(2014-15)
(Rs.in
Lacs)

(2015-16)

Rs.

Rs.

(Rs.in Lacs)

1.

MMIMSR
(Central
Library)

90

5,31,763

51,61,165

90

2.

MMEC
(Central
Library)

35

4,40,834

12,13,765

35

3.

MMCDSR

40

2,09,188

31,30,368

40

250

4.

MMICTBM
(MCA)

4.5

89,874

1,48,595

2.0

5.

MMCP

4.5

1,26,483

2,31,895

5.0

6.

MMICTBM
(HM)

2.5

Nil

1,14,640

1.5

7.

LAW

1.0

1,15,179

1,11,236

1.0

8.

MBA

3.5

5,40,834

3,97,709

5.0

9.

MMCN

10

4,92,780

225387

6.0

10.

MMIN

2.5

2,01,273

1,21,708

3.0

11.

MMIPR

2.0

6,08,722

1,65,208

2.0

TOTAL

195.5

33,56,930

1,10,21,676

190.5

Total amount spent on books Rs. 10,48,90,680/- till date.

4.2.9

What initiatives has the university taken to make the library a


happening place on campus?
Established libraries at department level.
Started a library journal entitled International Journal of Information
Dissemination and Technology (IJIDT).
Included new e-databases.
Updated audio-visual laboratories.
Connected all libraries by centrally air-conditioned system.
Furniture is updated with cushion chairs for comfortable reading.
University organised Conferences related to library.
At the beginning of the session, institution wise an introductory
programme is arranged by the respective senior library incharge for
making the students aware about the procedure and benefit of the use
of the library facilities.

4.2.10

What are the strategies used by the library to collect feedback


from its users? How is the feedback analysed and used for the
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improvement of the library services?


Questionnaires are filled from time to time by students and face to face
feedback is also taken for the improvement of the library services. We
have also installed suggestion box to collect feedback from its users.
4.2.11

List the efforts made towards the infrastructural development of


the library in the last four years.
New furniture like Cushion Chairs, Books Racks, Scanner,
Computers, Printers for official purpose, Spiral Binding Machine etc.
have been installed for the infrastructural development of the library in
the last four years.

4.3

IT Infrastructuer

4.3.1

Does the university have a comprehensive IT policy with regard to

IT Service Management
University has well established centralized cell (UIITM cell) to manage all
IT services.

Information Security:
Authentication based internet access through Cyberoam.

Network Security
University network is secured by a Unified Threat Management (UTM)
system. It has been deployed in university at ISP gateway level as counter
measure against network attacks. User authentication is in place to access
internet facility and every user (student & staff) has been provided with a
username and password. A log server for internet usage is maintained in
university.

Risk Management
Backup of important data is maintained. Moreover, all computer centers
have been provided with sufficient power backup in terms of UPS and
Power generators.

Software Asset Management


Software assets are managed by the centralized UIIM cell which is
responsible for software installation in respective departments as per
individuals requirement and also keep track on renewal of software
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wherever required.

Open Source Resources


University encourages the maximum use of open source resources
wherever possible. A Linux Server is deployed (online 24x7) in the
University for Software down load and installation. Linux users choose and
install any of the Software from categories like Development Tools,
Education, Graphics, Internet, Office, Science & Engineering and
System etc. This server is a local Software repository to enable each user to
access the software from local repository at 1 Gbps speed without
connecting with internet. It fetches Software from the Internet
automatically if it is not available in its local repository only for the first
time and hence it saves a lot of internet bandwidth. This server provides
regular updates on security and bugs removal patches for system and
application software to make Servers, PCs and Laptops trouble free.

Green Computing
E-Notices, Library Digitization, E- content of study material

4.3.2

Give details of the universitys computing facilities i.e., hardware and


software.
Number of systems with individual configurations
SNO.

MAKE

DELL

DELL

HP

HP

CONFIGURATION
MODEL NO. DELL OPTIPLEX 9010 CORE i 3 3220 PROCESSOR (3.30 GHZ.3MB), CHIPSET INTEL Q 77 EXPRESS CHIPSET, RAM - 4 GB,
HDD - 500 GB
MODEL NO. DELL OPTIPLEX 3020 MT Intel
Core i3 @ 3.4GHz , with Dell Original
Motherboard, On Board Sound Card, 4GB
RAM, 500 GB HDD, Inbuilt Lan Card
10/100/1000, USB Ports, Mouse Keyboard,
& 19 Color TFT (Dell),
HP CAMPAQ DX2480 CORE 2 QUAD 2.66
GHZ, 160GB HDD, 1 GB RAM, 15 TFT, INTEL
ORIGINAL MOTHERBOARD,USB KEYBOARD,
OPTICAL MOUSE
HP COMPAQ DX3090 Intel (R) CORE 2 QUAD
CPU @ 2.66 GHz, RAM-2GB HDD-160GB,
Onboard Lancard, sound card, PS/2 Ports,
USB, 17TFT

Total No. of
Computers

180

204

300

110

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HP

IBM

IBM

LG

WIPRO

10

WIPRO

11

WIPRO

12

WIPRO

13

WIPRO

14

WIPRO

15

WIPRO

16
ZENNITH

HP DESKTOP ELITE 7100 INTEL CORE i3


CPU550@3.20 GHZ,RAM 4GB,32 O.S ,X64BASED PROCESSOR,300 GB HARD
DISK,COLOR TFT 19'' HP
IBM P-IV, 3.0GHZ, 256 MB RAM, 80 GB HDD,
INTEL ORIGINAL MOTHERBOARD,PS/2
KEYBOARD, OPTICAL MOUSE
IBM THINK CENTRE A558985, INTEL
PENTIUM DUAL CORE 3.4 GHZ, INTEL 946 GZ
EXPRESS CHIPSET, RAM 512 GHZ, HDD 80 GB
P-IV, @1.5GHZ, INTEL 845 MOTHERBOARD,
20GB HDD, 128MB RAM, 15TFT, INTEL
ORIGINAL MOTHERBOARD,PS/2 KEYBOARD,
MOUSE
WIV 37205-0177 CORE 2 QUAD WIV37205,
Q9400/ 1 GB DDR 2_80/160 GB, 7200 RPM,
SATA 2, FREE LINUX / USB_3BTN OPTICAL /
INTERNETKBD104+12 / ROH / 17 WIDE - TFT
- CLR
WIV 38105 - 0001 Intel (R) Core 2 Due CPU
E6550 @ 2.33 GHz, With Intel 945 Original
Mother Board RAM-1 GB DDR 2, HDD-160
GB, Onboard LanCard, sound card, PS/2
Ports, 17 TFT.
WIV 38105-0003 CORE2 DUE @ 2.8 GHZ, 2
GB RAM, 160 GB HDD,17 TFT, INTEL
ORIGINAL MOTHERBOARD,USB KEYBOARD,
OPTICAL MOUSE
WIV - 15206 Intel Dual Core @ 2.83 GHz,
with 945 Original Motherboard, On Board
Sound Card, 1 GB RAM, 160 GB HDD, Inbuilt
Lan Card 10/100/1000, USB Ports, Mouse
Keyboard, & 17 Color TFT (Wipro),
WIV 15155 P-IV, 2.8 GHZ, 945
MOTHERBOARD, 80 GB HDD, 1GB RAM,
15TFT, INTEL ORIGINAL
MOTHERBOARD,USB KEYBOARD, OPTICAL
MOUSE
WIV 59755 - 0006 CORE i 3 - 550 / 3.20 GHz
/ 2*2GB DDR 3_1333 / 500GB 7200RPM,
SATA 2 /UBUNTU / LINUX / SMPS_ATX 250
W / USB_3BTN OPTICAL /
KBD_MM&INET_PS/2 / 18.5 WIDE TFT TC003 - W / SPK
WIV2655 - 0021 INTEL CORE 2 QURD 2.66
GHz 1 GB RAM , 160 GB HDD , 18.5" TFT
I-3, 3.2 GHZ, 4 GB RAM, 500 GB HDD, 18.5
LED, INTEL ORIGINAL
MOTHERBOARD,OPTICAL MOUSE, USB
KEYBOARD

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8
400

250

200

300

198

300

105

100

254

2701

Computer-student ratio
1:4 for UG and 1:2 for PG in Technical programmes and as per need in
medical programmes.

Dedicated computing facilities


Computer labs with internet facility, Programming labs, Language labs,
Research labs, Project labs etc.

LAN facility
Yes
All computers in university are interconnected via LAN. At network core
level 1Gbps connectivity is provided.

Proprietary software
Sr.
1

Items
Microsoft volume License
Window 8.1
Window Pro 8.1
Windows SvrStd 2012 Server
MS SQL SvrStd Core 2014
MS SQL SvrStd 2014
MS SQLCAL 2014
MS OfficeStd 2013
MS Word 2013
MS Excel 2013
MS Power Point 2013
MS Outlook 2013
MS Publisher
MS One Note 2013
MS Visual C++
MS Visual Studio Professional 2012

Clarity Snetclass Communication Lab.


Software

Becn Staad Pro+ Staad Foundatio+Staad


Beava

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Primavera P+ (Standalone) contractor


Standard 750 Activities 30 User

Estimator 2.0, 30 User

RMS hotel Management Software

Words Worth english Lab. 31 User


MATLAB7.0 10 users
SIMULINK 5 users
Singal Processing Tool Box05 users
communication tool Box 5 users
Communication Blockset 5 users
Image Processing tool Box 5 users
Control System Tool box 5 users

Labview software 50 user


MULTISIM 10.0 10 User
Active HDL 5 User
NI BLVIs 6251 1 user
Universal Tarine Kit
VISSIM / Comm SUITE 5 user

University Management Suite software

10

COMPLETE MEDICAL & DENTAL


COLLEGE & HOSPITAL SUITE, I.E.
COMPLETE ERP, CUSTOMIZED
MODULE

11

Wildfire 4.0 Licenses 82 Modules

12

SANAKO LANGUAGE LAB

13

SANAKO LANGUAGE LAB

14

SANAKO LANGUAGE LAB

15

IBM SPSS (STATISTICAL)

16

IBM RATIONAL ROSES UNIVERSITY


PROGRAMME

17

PRO-ENGINEER CAD/CAM/CAR
SOFTWARE 200 USER, MATH CAD,
VISUALIZATION (2D DRAFTING)(COCREATE MODELLING & DRAFTING)

18

SOUL 2.0 Limited Edition Software

19

SOUL 2.0 Limited Edition Software

20

SOUL 2.0 Limited Edition Software

21

Animal Simulator

22

Turntin

23

Oracle 9i

24

PSCADX4 5 Users

25

Words Worth english Lab. 31 User

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26
27

Words Worth english Lab. 31 User


Novell Small Business Suite 6

Number of nodes/computers with internet facility


2701

Any other (please specify)


Wi-Fi campus: Wi-Fi in hostels is provided by Access Points enabled with
latest 802.11n (450Mbps).
IP based video conferencing.
In-house Smart card printing.
ERP system has been implemented in university. Students attendance and
marks are made available to the students and their parents through ERP
database.

4.3.3

What are the institutional plans and strategies for deploying and
upgrading the IT infrastructure and associated facilities?
Fully Wi-Fi enabled campus
Give details on access to on-line teaching and learning resources and other
knowledge and information database/packages provided to the staff and
students for quality teaching, learning and research.
University promotes online teaching learning activities by providing access
to various online resources and data bases.
The central library provides access to 4288 online journals including IEEE,
ASME, ASCE, Bentham Science, EBSCO Business Source Elite, EBSCO
Dentistry, LWW Cluster Collection, Info Trac Medical Collection, AIR
Supreme Court Data Basis, , AIR High Court Data Bases, 1950-2011
Criminal Law, Journal Database 1950-2011, AIR Privy Council Database
etc to name a few.
Online knowledge resources like NPTEL Video Courses, Delnet, MIT
Courseware, Coursera are accessible to the students and faculty round the
clock.
In addition to 5801 CDs and DVDs, the university also provides access to
various softwares and packages including LabView, Wildfire 5.0 Creo,
ANIMAL Simulator, DICOM, Matlab, CLSOFT, ELCAM, RMS software
package, Primavera, STAAD PRO, ESTIMATOR, CUTVIEWER.
Students and faculty members also have in house access to Plagiarism
check software TURNITIN.
Various departments also conducts ICT based training programmes and
webinars having tie ups with various agencies like NITTTR Chandigarh
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and IIT Bombay.


4.3.5

What are the new technologies deployed by the university in enhancing


student learning and evaluation during the last four years and how do
they meet new / future challenges?
Well-equipped computer Labs, Smart class rooms, Video conferencing
facility, LCD and OHPs are available to facilitate computer aided teaching
and enrich the teaching learning experience. The computer faculty is
always available for any need based guidance in the use of ICT as a part of
teaching leading process. Bio-Metric attendance system is employed for
staff and students to improve the punctuality and discipline.
Software based Language laboratories are fully equipped to improve
students communication skills. Live projects including data analysis
through statistical software to enhance practical knowledge of the students.
Weekly business news analysis sessions are conducted to update the
knowledge of management students regarding the corporate sector.
Simulation experiments to learn surgical skills, clinical procedures, and
learning first aid, air-way management etc for medical and dental students.
Students are exposed to real life industrial/field applications by the use of
advance machinery like wire electric discharge machining, Polymer
composite fabrication hydraulic press, Metal matrix composite production
set up, Total station for preparation of topographic maps etc. Medical and
dental college students are trained on state of the art machines like CT
Scan, MRI, Ultrasound, Heart Lung Machine, Trans Oesophageal Echo,
CARM etc.

4.3.6

What are the IT facilities available to individual teachers for effective


teaching and quality research?

Smart class rooms/computer Labs equipped with LCD/OHPs and video


conferencing facilities are available to facilitate computer aided teaching
and enriching the teaching learning experience. The computer faculty is
always available for any need based assistance in the use of ICT.

Laptops with internet connectivity have been provided to the faculty and
the teachers are motivated for technology based pedagogy.

Each faculty member has been provided with official email id


(staff@mmumullana.org) in order to improve its external communication.

Faculty very often uses application softwares such as SPSS, MATLAB,


PRO-E, SCADA, AUTOCAD, VISSIM, Xilinx for teaching the students.

4.3.7 Give details of ICT-enabled classrooms/learning spaces available


within the university? How are they utilized for enhancing the quality
of teaching and learning?
The University has always focused on student centric teaching and
learning. In this process, the ICT enabled infrastructure plays a vital role.
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Most of the classrooms/Seminar halls/Committee Rooms have been


equipped with ICT facilities like computer systems with internet
connectivity and LCD projectors. These rooms help in effective teaching
through presenting individual lectures through power point presentation
and help in developing long lasting concepts through visual
illustrations/animations and simulations of the latest technology.
4.3.8 How are the faculty assisted in preparing computer- aided teachinglearning materials? What are the facilities available in the university
for such initiatives?

Faculty and programmers of the Department of Computer Science &


Applications organize Faculty improvement/development programs to
assist the faculty to prepare computer aided teaching/ learning materials.

Faculty members are encouraged to make optimum use of IT


infrastructure for enhancing teaching-learning activities. All faculty
members have individual laptops/PCs and printers/Xerox machines
available in the department.

High bandwidth internet connectivity with a dedicated uninterrupted


power supply paves the way to collect and arrange the study material
required to prepare the lecture presentations and animation/simulations
for computer- aided teaching.

Academic audits are conducted on regular basis, which also include


screening of the power point presentations prepared by faculty members
at the beginning of each semester. Valuable suggestions to improve the
study material are also communicated.

4.3.9 How are the computers and their accessories maintained?


Computers and their accessories are maintained through centralized
UIITM cell

4.3.10

Does the university avail of the National Knowledge Network


connectivity? If so, what are the services availed of?
Yes, we are member of the National Knowledge Network.

4.3.11

Does the university avail of web resources such as Wikipedia,


dictionary and other education enhancing resources? What are its
policies in this regard?

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All web resources such as Wikipedia, dictionary, Britannica


Encyclopaedia are available on public domain. NPTEL video courses,
Animal Simulator (for the use of Pharmacology/Physiology/ Pharmacy
students and faculty), SCC Online Web Edition, AIR Online
Institutional Version etc. Education enhancing resources are available
in the library
4.3.4

Give details on access to on-line teaching and learning resources


and other knowledge and information database/packages
provided to the staff and students for quality teaching, learning
and research.
University promotes online teaching learning activities by providing
access to various online resources and data bases.
The central library provides access to 4288 online journals including
IEEE, ASME, ASCE, Banthan Science, EBSCO Business Source
Elite, EBSCO Dentistry, LWW Cluster Collection, Info Trac Medical
Collection, AIR Supreme Court Data Basis, , AIR High Court Data
Bases, 1950-2011 Criminal Law, Journal Database 1950-2011, AIR
Crivy Council Database etc to name a few.
Online knowledge resources like NPTEL Video Courses, Delnet,
MIT Courseware, Coursera are accessible to the students and faculty
round the clock.
The university also provides access to various softwares and packages
including LabView, Wildfire 5.0 Creo, ANIMAL Simulator,
DICOM, Matlab, CLSOFT, ELCAM, RMS software package,
Primavera, STAAD PRO, ESTIMATOR, CUTVIEWER. Students
and faculty members also have in house access to Plagiarism check
software TURNITIN.
Various departments also conducts ICT based training programmes
and webinars having tie ups with reputed institutes like NITTTR
Chandigarh and IIT Bombay.
The medical college is connected to National Knowledge Network
(NKN) through nodal centre at SGPGI, Lucknow. Every week the
topic is conveyed by the nodal centre and tele-education lecture takes
place in one of the conference halls of the University which has been
dedicated exclusively for this purpose. The topics are related to
various medical disciplines.

4.3.5

What are the new technologies deployed by the university in


enhancing student learning and evaluation during the last four
years and how do they meet new / future challenges?
Well-equipped computer Labs, Smart class rooms, Video
conferencing facility, LCD and OHPs are available to facilitate
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computer aided teaching and enrich the teaching learning experience.


The computer faculty is always available for any need based
assistance in the use of ICT. Bio-Metric attendance system is
employed for staff and students to improve the punctuality and
discipline.
Language laboratories are fully equipped to improve students
communication skills. Live projects including data analysis through
statistical software to enhance practical knowledge of the students.
Weekly business news analysis sessions are conducted to update the
knowledge of management students regarding the corporate sector.
Simulation experiments to learn surgical skills, clinical procedures,
and learning first aid, air-way management etc for medical and dental
students.
Students are exposed to real life industrial/field applications by the use
of advance machinery like wire electric discharge machining, Polymer
composite fabrication hydraulic press, Metal matrix composite
production set up, Total station for preparation of topographic maps
etc. Medical and dental college students are trained on state of the art
machines like CT Scan, MRI, Ultrasound, Heart Lung Machine, Trans
Oesophageal Echo, CARM etc. Following are the new technologies
deployed by the university in enhancing student learning and
evaluation:

Telemedicine facility for student learning via National


Knowledge network (NKN)

Medicolegal and post mortem procedures to train the


undergraduate and post graduate

Clinical bed side teaching, On site operation theatre training,


Critical care training in ICUs

Basic and life saving training in Emergency, Trauma and


poisoning.

Rotational posting of clinical post graduate students in superspeciality departments for better and orientation and basic
training.

Endoscopic and laparoscopic hands on training and assistance


to post graduate students

In last 4 years infrastructure has been upgraded for teaching


with installation of state of the art medical and research
equipments so that the students can meet the future challenges
of medical field.
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E learning

Mannequins and Simulation experiments to support student,


trainee and staff learning.

Simulation to learn surgical skills.

Skill labs for clinical procedures.

Simulation approaches for first aid, air-way managements for


safe and effective patient care.

Departmental websites are created where online study material have


been uploaded for aid in student learning and facilitation of e learning
and flipped classroom during routine lectures.

4.3.6 What are the IT facilities available to individual teachers for effective
teaching and quality research?

Smart class rooms/computer Labs equipped with LCD and video


conferencing facility are available to facilitate computer aided teaching
and enriching the teaching learning experience. The computer faculty
is always available for any need based assistance in the use of ICT

Laptops with internet connectivity have been provided to the faculty.

Each faculty member has been provided with official email id


(staff@mmumullana.org) in order to improve its external
communication.

Faculty very often uses application softwares such as SPSS,


MATLAB, PRO-E, SCADA, AUTOCAD, VISSIM, Xilinx for
teaching the students.

Wi-Fi facility access to deparitory of Research Work

INFLIBNET

Access to TURNITIN for duplicacy check

E-Journals/e-books

Printing/Scanning facilities

4.3.4 Give details on access to on-line teaching and learning resources and
other knowledge and information database/packages provided to the
staff and students for quality teaching, learning and research.
University promotes online teaching learning activities by providing access
to various online resources and data bases.
The central library provides access to 4288 online journals including IEEE,
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ASME, ASCE, Banthan Science, EBSCO Business Source Elite, EBSCO


Dentistry, LWW Cluster Collection, Info Trac Medical Collection, AIR
Supreme Court Data Basis, , AIR High Court Data Bases, 1950-2011
Criminal Law, Journal Database 1950-2011, AIR Crivy Council Database
etc to name a few.
Online knowledge resources like NPTEL Video Courses, Delnet, MIT
Courseware, Coursera are accessible to the students and faculty round the
clock.
The university also provides access to various softwares and packages
including LabView, Wildfire 5.0 Creo, ANIMAL Simulator, DICOM,
Matlab, CLSOFT, ELCAM, RMS software package, Primavera, STAAD
PRO, ESTIMATOR, CUTVIEWER. Students and faculty members also
have in house access to Plagiarism check software TURNITIN.
Various departments also conducts ICT based training programmes and
webinars having tie ups with various agencies like NITTTR Chandigarh
and IIT Bombay.
The medical college is connected to national knowledge network (NKN)
through nodal centre at SGPGI, Lucknow. Every week the topic is
conveyed by the nodal centre and tele-education lecture takes place in the
facility created in conference hall. The topics are related to various medical
disciplines.
4.3.5 What are the new technologies deployed by the university in enhancing
student learning and evaluation during the last four years and how do
they meet new / future challenges?
Well-equipped computer Labs, Smart class rooms, Video conferencing
facility, LCD and OHPs are available to facilitate computer aided teaching
and enrich the teaching learning experience. The computer faculty is
always available for any need based assistance in the use of ICT. BioMetric attendance system is employed for staff and students to improve the
punctuality and discipline.
Language laboratories are fully equipped to improve students
communication skills. Live projects including data analysis through
statistical software to enhance practical knowledge of the students. Weekly
business news analysis sessions are conducted to update the knowledge of
management students regarding the corporate sector.
Simulation experiments to learn surgical skills, clinical procedures, and
learning first aid, air-way management etc for medical and dental students.
Students are exposed to real life industrial/field applications by the use of
advance machinery like wire electric discharge machining, Polymer
263

composite fabrication hydraulic press, Metal matrix composite production


set up, Total station for preparation of topographic maps etc. Medical and
dental college students are trained on state of the art machines like CT Scan,
MRI, Ultrasound, Heart Lung Machine, Trans Oesophageal Echo, CARM
etc. Following are the new technologies deployed by the university in
enhancing student learning and evaluation:

Telemedicine facility for student learning via National Knowledge network


(NKN)

Medicolegal and post mortem procedures to train the undergraduate and


post graduate

Clinical bed side teaching, On site operation theatre training, Critical care
training in ICUs

Basic and life saving training in Emergency, Trauma and poisoning.

Rotational posting of clinical post graduate students in super-speciality


departments for better and orientation and basic training.

Endoscopic and laparoscopic hands on training and assistance to post


graduate students

In last 4 years infrastructure has been upgraded for teaching with


installation of state of the art medical and research equipments so that the
students can meet the future challenges of medical field.

E learning

Mannequins and Simulation experiments to support student, trainee and


staff learning.

Simulation to learn surgical skills.

Skill labs for clinical procedures.

Simulation approaches for first aid, air-way managements for safe and
effective patient care.
Departmental websites are created where online study material have been
uploaded for aid in student learning and facilitation of e learning and flipped
classroom during routine lectures.

4.3.6 What are the IT facilities available to individual teachers for effective
teaching and quality research?

Smart class rooms/computer Labs equipped with LCD and video


conferencing facility are available to facilitate computer aided teaching and
enriching the teaching learning experience. The computer faculty is always
available for any need based assistance in the use of ICT

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Laptops with internet connectivity have been provided to the faculty.

Each faculty member has been provided with official email id


(staff@mmumullana.org) in order to improve its external communication.

Faculty very often uses application softwares such as SPSS, MATLAB,


PRO-E, SCADA, AUTOCAD, VISSIM, Xilinx for teaching the students.

Wi Fi Facility access to deparitory of Research Work

E-journals/e-books

INFLIBNET

Access to Turnitin for duplicacy check

Printing/Scaning facilities

4.3.7 Give details of ICT-enabled classrooms/learning spaces available


within the university? How are they utilized for enhancing the quality
of teaching and learning?
The University has always focused on student centric teaching and
learning. In this process, the ICT enabled infrastructure plays a vital role.
Most of the classrooms/Seminar halls/Committee Rooms have been
equipped with ICT facilities like computer systems with internet
connectivity and LCD projectors. These rooms help in effective teaching
through presenting individual lectures through power point presentation
and help in developing long lasting concepts through visual
illustrations/animations and simulations of the latest technology.
4.3.8 How are the faculty assisted in preparing computer- aided teachinglearning materials? What are the facilities available in the university
for such initiatives?

Faculty and programmers of the Department of Computer Science &


Applications organize Faculty improvement/development programs to train
the faculty in preparing computer aided teaching-learning materials.
Qualified IT and Computer staff in always available for rendering any kind
of assistance in this regard.

Faculty members are encouraged to make optimum use of IT infrastructure


for enhancing teaching-learning activities. All faculty members have been
provided with individual laptops/PCs and printers/Xerox machines
available in the department.

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High bandwidth internet connectivity with a dedicated uninterrupted power


supply paves the way to collect and arrange the study material required to
prepare the lecture presentations and animation/simulations for computeraided teaching.

University and Department Libraries are weel equipped with relevant


Books Journals including e-journals and other e-resrouces required for
preparing computer aided teaching learning material.

Sufficient No. of ICT enabled lecture rooms are available for devemination
of learning material to the students.

4.3.9

How are the computers and their accessories maintained?


Computers and their accessories are maintained through centralized
UIITM cell

4.3.10 Does the university avail of web resources such as Wikipedia,


dictionary and other education enhancing resources? What are its
policies in this regard?
University internet firewall policies allow access to Wikipedia, online
dictionary and other educational and technical open source software
access/download. However it denies access to irrelevant and other sites
not suitable for educational environment to avoid distraction

4.3.10

Does the university avail of the National Knowledge Network


connectivity? If so, what are the services availed of?
Yes, we are member of the National Knowledge Network.

4.3.11

Does the university avail of web resources such as Wikipedia,


dictionary and other education enhancing resources? What are its
policies in this regard?
All web resources such as Wikipedia, dictionary, Britannica
Encyclopaedia are available on public domain. NPTEL video courses,
Animal Simulator (for the use of Pharmacology/Physiology/Pharmacy
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students and faculty), SCC Online Web Edition, AIR Online


Institutional Version etc. Education enhancing resources are available
in the library.
4.3.12

Provide details on the provision made in the annual budget for the
update, development and maintenance of Computers in the
university.
Rs.315.00 lacs have been kept under head repair and maintenance,
which includes update, development and maintenance of Computers of
the university.
In addition to this, University has provision for Insurance of all the
infrastructure facilities, including computers for which there is a
provision for paying primium of Rs.72.5 lac.

4.3.13

What plans have been envisioned for the gradual transfer of


teaching and learning from closed university information network
to open environment?

Digital library is available that caters to learning outside of the closed


university information network.
A repository of lecture CDs and notes is created, their database
maintained, and students are ensured an easy and swift access to the
same.
One of the hallmarks of the University is that we take seriously all the
essential components of student learning and learning outcomesand
work on themin light of the recommendations of the Planning
Commission and the UGC. Thus, Transfer component of student
learning process is paid an enormous attention to. In light of this,
student field works are encouraged and undertaken from tie to time in
order for them to get a strong grasp over transfer of knowledge to
open environment.
Students participate in summer training at industries, wherein they get
a peek into application of the knowledge obtained in closed
information network.
A repository of class notes in terms of PPTs exist and students have
access to the same.

4.4

Maintenance of Campus Facilities

4.4.1

Does the university have an estate office/designated officer for


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overseeing the
maintenance of buildings, class-rooms and
laboratories? If yes, mention a few campus specific initiatives
undertaken to improve the physical ambience.
Yes University have independents Departments of construction &
Horticulture to take care of the maintenance of open and covered space
of the University including buildings, class rooms and labs, etc. in
construction Branch for maintenance of building, class rooms, labs,
etc. and Supervisors Horticulture with groundman/malis in
Horticulture. For improving the physical ambience, tree plantation
device is a regular feature. Moreover, all the roads have been now
made with Plain Cement Concrete (PCC).

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4.4.2

How are the infrastructure facilities, services and equipments


maintained? Give details.
The University has been assessed by international certification services
private limited and registered as complying with the requirements of the
international standard: ISO 9001-2008. The University follows the
procedure of quality assurance for upkeep and maintenance of all the
equipments, services and facilities.
The University is also having in-house maintenance sections named
USIC & UIITM cell for regular maintenance of electrical appliances/ lab
equipments/ air conditioners/Computers and printers etc. All the
maintenance calls are responded on the receipt of a maintenance indent
filled by a corresponding department/section. Repair work of the
Infrastructural material, equipments, etc. in Labs, Workshops and
hospital other then those under warranty/Guarantee or maintenance
contract are carried out in these centres of USIC and UIITM.
There is full-fledged Construction/Maintenance section headed by an
Executive Engineer for construction and maintenance of physical
infrastructure. The Engineers of the University are supported by other
Supervisory staff and a team of skilled carpenters, plumbers, electricians
and welders etc.
An effective monitoring system through various committees ensures the
smooth functioning of facilities and equipments and the upkeep of
Infrastructure and up keep of the campus and security is maintained by
the Hortriculture/Sanitation ans Security Departments of the University.

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Criteria V
5.1

Student Mentoring and Support

5.1.1 Does the university have a system for student support and mentoring?
If yes, what are its structural and functional characteristics?
Yes, the University has a general system for student support and
mentoring and each constituent institutions corresponding system is
informed by the same. The salient structural and functional characteristics
of this system are as follows:
For academic development, Academic Committees are formed in
respective departments, which develop and execute a comprehensive
plan of which student support and mentoring is one major element.
This system has provision for guiding students for higher studies.
As part of this system constituent departments at the University
undertake tie-ups with other organizations, which gives opportunities
to the students to work in reputed organizations.
For personality development, the students undergo the personality
development skills i.e. Communication skills, Soft skills etc.
Scholarships to deserving students for motivating them to work hard.
Each constituent institution at the University has an Alumni
Association that helps the institution and its students to maintain good
links with the alumni.
Medical college and hospital provides free medical check-up and
concession for the treatment to the students.
As regards mentoring System, usually around twenty students are
allotted to each faculty member. Apart from their career related
queries, their personal problems are also addressed by them. Mentors
also keep and provide the record of mentees academic performance
and their over all behaviour within the university campus. The
mentors update the parents of the mentees about the progress of the
mentees. The mentors take care of the attendance of the mentees.
Mentors are also responsible to monitor and advise and take
necessary follow-up actions with regard to students, and those absent
from hostels.
Special attention is given to the weak students and efforts are
undertaken to bring them into the mainstream. All problems and
grievances of mentees both boys and girls are discussed in person
during periodic meetings. Needful is then done and taken care of by
the assigned mentors.

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5.1.2 Apart from classroom interaction, what are the provisions available for
academic mentoring?
Following provisions are available for academic mentoring, apart from
regular classroom interaction:
Dissertations, workshops, assignments, conferences, remedial
classes, personal counselling and post-classroom lectures are
organized apart from classroom teaching to upgrade the knowledge
and skill of the students.
The students are encouraged to take part in various academic/cocurricular learning, apart from classroom interaction.
A series of Mock-Tests are conducted to prepare students for the
placements.
Student participation in the conferences/seminars/workshops is
ensured to improve their communication and other skills. These
programmes are conducted through various departmental
committees.
For engineering students faculty members guide them to prepare for
their competitive examinations such as GATE, CAT, public sectors
and placement interviews.
Students are encouraged to participate in intra-university and
interdepartmental students conferences/seminars/cultural events.
Students are groomed for off-campus activities and programmes.
Tutorials/problem solving exercises are given in terms of
assignments.
Students are encouraged to participate and present papers in various
academic forums.
Class assignments and live assignments are given.
Industrial visit for hands-on training are undertaken.
Technical design and live project competitions are regularly
organized to improve technical skills of the students such as SAE
competition, Solar Vehicle championship and GO-KART etc.
Apart from courses, training programmes are conducted in
specialized areas like CAD/ CAM /IT tools.

Workshops are conducted to enhance the technical knowledge of


students.
Remedial Classes are conducted for the weak students.
Class mentors are there for each class who diligently notice any
deficiency of the students and counsel them according to their
specific problem.
For nursing students, in clinical area ward test, demonstration, ward
evaluation, patient assignment are done under constant supervision
of clinical instructors.

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5.1.3 Does the university have any personal enhancement and development
schemes such as career counselling, soft skill development, career-pathidentification, and orientation to well-being for its students? Give
details of such schemes.
University provides personal enhancement and development
schemes for students in each of the aforementioned segments.
Such programs at the University are categorized into two major
segments:
a) Pre-placement Training Programs:
Activities under this program are aimed at training students
comprehensively for successful recruitment. Programs within the
purview of and aimed at career counselling, soft-skills
development, and career-path identification and orientation;
b) Post-placement Programs
Activities under this program are aimed at training candidates for
post-recruitment life
Some activities under these programs are described and listed
herewith:
a) Pre-placement Training Programs (Career Counselling,
Soft-Skill Development, Career-Path Identification &
Orientation)

Each constituent institute of the University has a training and


placement cell which is monitored and guided by the strong
University Central Placement Cell.
Lectures are organized for carrier counseling periodically.
Training in interviews is imparted to students from time to time.
Mock interviews are conducted before each placement season for
all the students for testing their overall knowledge of the
subjects, general market/industry and analysis of their attitudes
and behavior. Various panels comprising of faculty member and
two experts from industry and field of psychology are setup for
conducting such interviews.
A series of Entrepreneurship awareness programme and
Entrepreneurship development programmes (EDPs) has been
organized in collaboration with NITTTR, Chandigarh, State
Bank of India and Start Up Accelerator, Chandigarh.
The University also provides platform to its students for
interacting with industry experts to analyze the need of the
industry.
Some representative examples of activities under this category of
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Sr.no.

Topic of the guest


lecture/talk

Use

of

Online Legal Sources

Speaker name, address &


designation

Date of
lecture

Mr. Rohit Sood, Marketing


Executive, Eastern Book
Company, Chandigarh.

05.02.2015

28.04.2015

Training the Budding


Lawyers for Disseminating
Legal Education in Society

Sh. Ravneet Garg, Honble


CJM-cum-Secretary,
District Legal Services
Authority, Ambala

MAX Hospital, Saket


conducted a seminar for
Bsc. (N) and Post basic 2nd
year of MMCON

Mr. Dinesh

10 Feb,15

Mr. Harish.

7th Nov, 14

Education Partnership
program with Canadian
Universities and
Colleges

Entrepreneurship
Development
Programme.

Opportunities Available
for Higher Education
Abroad and Training
Available in India

(INSCOL Academy)
Chandigarh
Facilities of Start up
Accelerator Chamber of
Commerce, Mohali.

11th Nov,14

Mr.Gurpreet Singh

27th Nov,14

(INSCOL Academy
Chandigarh)

Ms.Sulakshana Chand
(Alumni and PhD.
Scholar),

27thNov,14

Entrepreneurship
Awareness Programme

Faculties of State Bank of


India and the Principal
(Mr.Vipin Saini).

28th Nov,14

Post Registration Study


Programmes

Mr. Vijay Raghuvanshi,


Deputy manager, Business
Development unit,
INSCOL health care,
Chandigarh.

10th May, 14

Careers opportunities for


Indian Nurses in
USAand Stress
Management

programs are listed herewith:

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10

11

Education Partnership
program with Canadian
Universities and Colleges
Education Partnership
program with Canadian
Universities and Colleges

Entrepreneurship
Development Programme.

12

Opportunities Available
for Higher Education
Abroad and Training
Available in India

13

Careers opportunities for


Indian Nurses in USAand
Stress Management

Mr.Harish .

7th Nov, 14

INSCOL Academy ,
Chandigarh

Facilities of Startup
Accelarator Chamber of
Commerce, Mohali.

11th Nov,14

Mr.Gurpreet Singh
(INSCOL Academy)

27th Nov,14

Ms.Sulakshana Chand
(Alumini and Phd. Scholar),

27thNov,14

Ms.AnnuKaushik (General
Managerat Columbia Asia)
14

15

Entrepreneurship
Awareness Programme
Empowering Fresh
Graduates to Frontline
Nurses

Faculties of State Bank of


India and the Principal
(Mr.Vipin Saini).

28th Nov,14

Mr.Bibin D. Mathew,

22nd 27th
July, 13

AHA Provider, Nursing


Tutor, INSCOL Academy,
Chandigarh.

Dr.Maan,
MBBS, Senoir Tutor,
INSCOL Academy,
Chandigarh.
Ms.Rajni Thakur,
RN, BSN, Nursing Tutor,
USA

16

Use of AIR Software

Mrs. Seema Sharma, Asst.


Librarian, MM Institute of
Management

12.05.2011

17

Seminar on Legal Process


Outsourcing (LPO)

Mr.
Aseem
Chadda,
Managing Associate, Ms.
Nidhi, Legal Trainer & Ms.
Saumya, Human Resource
manager, Primax Legal
Solutions
Private
Ltd.
Chandigarh.

03.11.2011

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18

Communication Skills

Prof.
Nitin
Bhatnagar,
HOD, Applied Science &
Humanities

17.03.2009

19

Information Sources

Dr. Janak Raj Sharma,


Chief Librarian, MMU
Mullana

18.03.2009

20

Litigation Privilege

Ad. O.P.Malik, Ad. Nitesh


Sahni & Ad. Namrata Gaur,
DLSA, Ambala

22.08.2009

Some of the additional domain-specific programs include the


following:

Sr. NO

PROGRAMME TITLE

DURATION
(IN DAYS)

1.

Agile Software Development

5 Days

2.

Infosys Soft Skill

5 Days

3.

Foundation Program 4.0

5 Days

4.

Cloud Computing

3 Days

5.

Roll out Enabled Webinar- co-teach


session
INFOSIS Soft Skills for Students

1 day

6.

1 day

b) Post-Placement Programs: (Example: Campus Connect


programmes)
Campus connect programmes are organized by certain
departments to impart training to students who are selected
through campus placement drives such as INFOSYS campus
connect programmes. Also, many experts from HR and Industry
deliver talks to the students environment and deliverables
expected from them. Such programmes also help in developing
soft skills.
5.1.4

Does the university provide assistance to students for obtaining


educational loan from banks and other financial institutions?
Yes, the university provides assistance to the students for obtaining
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educational loan from the Banks and also help in completing


documentation as per requirement of the Banks/any other organization.
5.1.5

Does the university publish its updated prospectus and handbook


annually? If yes, what are the main issues / activities / information
included / provided to students through these documents? Is there a
provision for online access?
Yes
The University regularly publishes its updated prospectus and handbook
annually which is made available to the prospective students and to be
public in the university website. Additionally, hardcopies of the handbook
are also made available to the candidates, aspiring for admission to any of
the programmes of the University. It includes a brief detail about the
University, eligibility requirements, admission form, the facilities available
in various departments including list of program offered, admission
criterion, fee structure and regulations on curbing the menace of ragging

5.1.6

Specify the type and number of university scholarships/freeship given


to the students during the last four years. Was financial aid given to
them in time? (Give detail in tabular form) for the following
categories UG/PG/M.Phill/Ph.D/Diploma Others. (please specify)
Yes, the university provides scholarship stipend to the students on meritcum-means basis, waiver in tuition fee to the weaker section and stipend
to the MD/MS students, besides this the State Govt./Central Govt.
sanctionions
scholarship/stipend
to
SC/BC/Weaker
section/Minority/Merit basis. During the last four years from 01.04.2011
to 31.03.2015 the university has sanctioned scholarship to the tune of for
Rs. 14,35,75,894/- to 3535 students and scholarship for Rs.1,22,18,047/has been sanctioned to 239 students by the State Govt./Central Govt.
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE/SCHOLARSHIPS/STIPEND
AWARDED TO THE STUDENTS.

Session

Scholarships/Stipends sanctioned by
the MM University on Merit cum
Means basis, waiver in tuition fees to
weaker section, PG Stipend to
MD/MS Students and M.Tech
students.

No. of Students

2011-12

1221

Amount

(in Rs.)

3,21,15,385

Scholarship/Stipend
sanctioned by the State
Govt./Central Govt. as per
Policy of Govt. for SC/BC/
Weaker
Section/Minority/Merit.

No. of
Students

Amount
(in Rs.)

43

2,50,3,720

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2012-13

769

3,29,10,168

102

29,99,902

2013-14

609

2,80,95,094

62

39,41,480

2014-15

936

5,04,55,247

32

27,72,945

G.Total

3535

239

1,22,18,047

14,35,75,894

Total students benefitted = 3535+239 = 3774


Total financial assistance availed MMU

14,35,75,894

Govt.

1,22,18,047

Total:

15,57,93,941

5.1.7

What percentage of students receive financial assistance from state


government, central government and other national agencies
(Kishore Vaigyanik Protsaan Yojana (KVPY), SN Bose Fellow etc.)?
Scholarship Grant under Kishore Vaigyanik Protsaan Yojana (KVPY),
SN Bose Fellow etc. Scheme is not received. However, The UGC has
sanctioned fellowship grant to the following three Ph. D students.
1. Kamalneet Kaur (Inspire Fellowship)
2. Saroj Rani (Rajiv Gandhi Yojna)
3. Soniya Goyal (UGC Net qualified)
In addition to above AICTE also grant fellowship to GATE/GPAT
qualified M.Tech & M.Pharma students. Last four years 14 such
fellowships have been awarded to the tune of Rs.9.60 lac.

5.1.8

Does the university have an International Student Cell to attract


foreign students and cater to their needs?
Yes, the University has a dedicated Department of International Affairs,
which has been constituted to look into the matters related to
international students and to formulate specific approach and policies to
attract students from foreign countries. Presently, there are about four
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hundred international students from nearly twenty countries studying


various programs at UG, PG, Diploma & Doctoral level
5.1.9

Does the university provide assistance to students for obtaining


educational loans from banks and other financial institutions?
Yes, the university provides assistance to the students for obtaining
educational loan from the Banks and also help in completing
documentation as per requirement of the Banks/any other organization.

5.1.10

What types of support services are available for


*

overseas students

physically challenged / differently-abled students

health centre, health insurance etc.

SC/ST, OBC and economically weaker sections

students participating in various competitions/conferences in


India and abroad

skill development (spoken English, computer literacy, etc.)


performance enhancement for slow learners

exposure of students to other institutions of higher learning/


corporates/business houses, etc.

overseas students

publication of student magazines

Headed by the Registrar, a separate cell for International


Education exists that caters exclusively to the needs and
problems of international students at the University, which
is a place where students from more than twenty-five
countries are studying for various degree programs.
Constituent institutions at the University have a designated
international student adviser.
Assistance with Visa processing is provided at the time of
arrival.
Assistance with Visa extension is provided, if deemed
important for academic purposes.
No Objection Certificate is provided at the time of
students leaving the country after completion of their
academic programs.
A separate orientation program is administered to
international students upon their arrival and before the
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commencement of academic programs.


All-inclusive AC and non-AC International Hostels with
24 hours power back-up, separate for boys and girls, are
provided with adequate support and round the clock
security.
A separate mentoring process is followed for each and
every international student.
There is a separate faculty member familiar with foreign
languages is deployed to facilitate communication with
international students. Also, separate English language
classes are provided to international students.
Assistance is provided to international students in
procuring cell phones and phone numbers.
A round the clock hospital service is available for
international students at concessional rates.
Transport facilities for official visits to local areas is
available.

physically challenged / differently-abled students

Special reservation mechanism as per Government norms


is provided.
Students are encouraged to avail fellowships for which
they are entitled from various funding agencies.
The University recommends its constituent institutions to
have proper forums to address the grievances and create
equal opportunities for all.

Adequate personalized care is always provided to the


differently-abled students. Infrastructure is designed to assist
mobility and transfer of physically challenged persons.
There is provision of the ramps, special washroom, and lifts
for the ease of their mobility. Institute also provides special
manpower and assistive mobility aids like wheel chairs for
passive assistance if required.

Reader / escort / writer provided both for visually and


orthopedically challenged students.

In keeping with Central directives, differently-abled students


are also given 40 minutes extra time in the End
Semester/Annual Examinations.

MM College of Nursing has a special scholarship that


differently abled students can avail.

SC/ST, OBC and economically weaker sections

Special reservation as per Government Norms is


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provided. Students are encouraged to avail


fellowships for which they are entitled to and that
are offered at the University as well as from various
funding agencies.
MM College of Pharmacy offers 5% relaxation in
qualifying marks and 37% reservation in admissions to
various courses, scholarships, and fee concessions.
To address the grievances, proper forums like
grievances redrassal forum and equal opportunity
cell are fully efficient.

students participating in various competitions/conferences in


India and abroad
Students are encouraged to participate in various national
and international conferences/Seminars/Competitions etc.
and provided with assistance/support from the University
depending upon the merit of each case.
Students are also encouraged to apply for funds at different
national and international funding agencies and are also
offered assistance with application process towards the
same.

Students of M.M. University regularly participate in various sports


tournaments held at outstation places. Details of student participation on
sports as follows:
PARTCIPATION OF STUDENTS OF MAHARISHI MARKANDESHWAR
UNIVERSITY IN SPORTS ACTIVITIES ORGANIZED BY
INSTITUTIONS OTHER THAN M. M. UNIVERSITY, MULLANA
Sr.No
1.

SESSION
2014-2015

NAME OF THE ACTIVITY/


DATE

ORGANIZED BY

Inter University Badminton


Tournament (North Zone AIU)

University of Jammu

( Oct. 27-31, 2014)

2.

2014-2015

All India Inter University cross


Country
(Oct. 18, 2014)

3.

2014-2015

Inter University T.T Tournament


(North Zone AIU)

Mahatama Gandhi University


Kottayam
(Kerala)

Uttarakhand Technical University


Dehradun

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(Sep 18-20, 2014)


4.

2012-2013

BOSM 2013
(Sep 18-22, 2013)

Birla Institute of Technology &


Science, Pilani

5.

2012-2013

SPARDHA- 2013 (Feb. 22-25,


2013)

IIT , BHU, BANARAS

6.

2012-2013

Chitkara Sports Meet 2013

Chitkara University, Baddi

(March15-17, 2013)
7.

2011-2012

11th M.P. OPEN Squash


Championship

L.N.U.P.E Gwalior

8.

2012-2013

UDGHOSH 12

IIT Kanpur

(Sept. 27- 30, 2012)


9.

2011-2012

BOSM 2012

Birla Institute of Technology &


Science, Pilani

10.

2010-2011

Squash All India Inter University


Championship, (Nov. 8, 2010)

Squash Racket Federation of


India

11.

2010-2011

Haryana State Inter Technical


University Basketball
Championship, (Sept 15-19, 2010)

Guru Jambheshwar University,


Hisar

12.

2010-2011

BOSM -2010

Birla Institute of Technology &


Science, Pilani

(Sep 15-19, 2010)


13.

2010-2011

Manthan 2010

S B Institute of Engg., Jaipur

(March 25 -31,2010)
14.

2010-2011

Sangram-2010 (March11-14, 2010)

IIT , Roorkee

15.

2009-2010

MNIT Sports Badminton


Tournament

MNIT Jaipur

(Feb.19-21, 2010)
16.

2009-2010

Volley Ball Tournament


(Feb. 12-13, 2010)

17.

2009-2010

Euphoria-2010

G.N. Khalsa College,


Yamunanagar
GMCH-32 Chandigarh

(Feb 11-14, 2010)


18.

2009-2010

North Zone Inter University Table


Tennis Championship, (Nov 9 -14,
2009)

M J P Rohilkhand University ,
Bariely

19.

2009-2010

BOSM- 2009

BITS, Pilani

(Sep15-20, 2009)

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PARTCIPATION OF STUDENTS OF MAHARISHI MARKANDESHWAR


UNIVERSITY IN CULTURAL ACTIVITIES ORGANIZED BY
INSTITUTIONS OTHER THAN M. M. UNIVERSITY, MULLANA
S.NO
1.

SESSION
2014-2015

NAME OF THE
ACTIVITY/ DATE

ORGANIZED BY

Confluence15

NIT, Kurukshetra

( Feb 12-15, 2015)


2.

2014-2015

Annual National Cultural


Fest

Chandigarh University,
Gharuan

(Feb 20-21,2015)
3.
4.
5.

2014-2015
2014-2015
2014-2015

Explore15

Chitkara University,

(March 26-27, 2015)

Rajpura

Algorythm14

Chitkara University,

(Sept,2014)

Baddi

Zeitgeist-2014

IIT,Ropar

(Oct 9-11,2014)
6.

2014-2015

Thomso14

IIT,Roorkee

(Oct 31-Nov2,2014)
7.

2013-2014

Utkansh14

NIT, Jalandhar

(March. 27-30, 2014)


8.

2012-2013

Annual Cultural Fest

NIT, Kurukshetra

( Feb 21-24, 2013)


9.

2012-2013

ZEST-2013
(Feb 22-24,2013)

10.

2012-2013

Explore13
(Feb23,2013)

11.
12.

2012-2013
2012-2013

Amity Youth Fest

Lingayas University,
Faridabad
CHITKARA
UNIVERSITY, Chandigarh

(March 21- 24,2013)

AMITY UNIVERSITY,
NOIDA

ARANYA 2012

THAPAR UNI.,PATIALA

(Nov 22-25,2012
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13.
14.

2012-2013
2011-2012

Youth Fest

Punjabi University,

Oct 18-20, 2012

Patiala

ROBOTICS-2012

IIT,Bombay

(Jan 6-8,2012)
15.

2012-2013

PULSE 2012

AIIMS, New Delhi

(Sept 16-22,2012)
16.
17.

2011-2012
2011-2012

EUPHORIA 2012
(Jan 2012)

GMCH, Sec 32,


Chandigarh

PULSE 2011

AIIMS, New Delhi

(Sept 2011)
18.
19.

2010-2011
2010-2011

EUPHORIA 2011
(Jan 2011)

GMCH, Sec 32,


Chandigarh

PULSE 2010

AIIMS, New Delhi

(Sept, 2010)
20.
21.

2009-2010
2008-2009

EUPHORIA 2010
(Jan 2010)

GMCH, Sec 32,


Chandigarh

Tarang

IIT, Roorkee

(12-14 March,2009)
22.

2008-2009

Pragyaam 09

SJPMLIET,

(26-28 march-2009)

Radaur

* health centre, health insurance etc.

University houses a round-the-clock functioning health


centre in the form of MM Hospital.
A round-the-clock ambulance service is available in the
University campus.
M.M. Hospital with round the clock emergency services is
available to the staff and students.
Medical facilities at subsidised rates are available at the
MM Hospital.
Assistance is provided for health insurance.

skill development (spoken English, computer literacy, etc.)

Special trainings to students to upgrade their skills in


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spoken English and computer literacy is provided.


University has Language laboratories fully equipped to
improve students communication skills.
Spoken English forms an important component of
Personality Development Programs at the University.
A platform is provided to students to gain computer
literacy through separate subjects on IT. An expert teacher
provides lessons on IT and computer literacy.
Universitys Central Placement Cell also has devised
components and training programs to improve spoken as
well as written English skills of students. Special attention
is given to weak students.
Each constituent institution at the University has well
equipped Computer Labs. Academic time-table has
Computer Lab sessions in which IT instructor acquaints
students with necessary IT skills.
Constituent institutions at the University have different
clubs which conduct various different kinds of spoken
activities and competitions that are aimed at ameliorating
students spoken English as well as help them get rid of
stage fear.
MM Institute of Management conducts in-house expert
talks by internal faculty members in which importance of
computer literacy is emphasized.

performance enhancement for slow learners

Special trainings to students to upgrade their skills in their


area of interest are provided.
There is provision of remedial classes that is taken by the
faculty members for certain topics that need to be revised on
the request of the students.
Peer groups of slow learners are formed and they are given
extra tutorials and assignments. Such students are
encouraged to have discussions and solve the problems.
Academic instructors are suggested to give special
assignments to slow learners.

* exposure of students to other institutions of higher learning/


corporates/business houses, etc.

Students
have
a
mandatory
full
semester
dissertation/training program offered with on/off-campus
option. Most of the students undergo dissertation/training
in various institutions of national and international repute
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to expose them to the state-of-art facilities in relevant field


of their interest.
Study tours/Educational visits and industry visits are
conducted every year.
Students are constantly encouraged to promote their work
in the form of paper/ poster presentation at various national
and international platforms that helps them to analyse their
efficiencies with the standards of the other institutions.
Wherever applicable, post-graduate students outstation
posting is undertaken and facilitated according to their
specialities.
Wherever applicable, compulsory internship for every
student is undertaken and facilitated. As an example,
compulsory internship for every student of the Law
department for two weeks in every semester is undertaken,
ensuring exposure to practice of courts/law applying
government/private institutions/NGOs etc.

5.1.11

publication of student magazines

Souvenirs are published by the students in the workshops/


Conferences organized by them.

Students activities are updated and linked to the social


media.

Does the university provide guidance and/or conduct coaching classes


for students appearing for Civil Services, Defence Services, NET/SET
and any other competitive examinations? If yes, what is the outcome?
Yes, the University provides guidance and conducts coaching classes for
students appearing in select exams as mentioned below.
List of exams students are administered guidance for along with their
outcomes, as conducted by various constituent institutions are listed
below:
SR. NO.

INSTITUTE NAME

NAME OF
COMPETITIVE
EXAM

NO OF
STUDENTS
WHO CLEAR
THE EXAM

1.

CSE

GATE

30

2.

EE

GATE

06

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3.

ME

GATE

03

4.

CIVIL

GATE

04

5.

BIO-TECH

GATE, CSIR-UGC
NET, GRE, OTHERS

09

6.

Chemistry Dept

UGC/ CSIR- NET/JRF

04

7.

PHYSICS

GATE

01

8.

MM College of
Pharmacy

GATE 2009

02

9.

MM College of
Pharmacy

GATE 2010

07

10.

MM College of
Pharmacy

GPAT 2011

13

11.

MM College of
Pharmacy

GPAT 2012

00

12.

MM College of
Pharmacy

GPAT2013

02

13.

MM College of
Pharmacy

GPAT2014

01

14.

MM College of
Pharmacy

GPAT2015

05

15.

MMICT&BM

CDS

02

16.

MMICT&BM

Competitive Exams

11

17.

MMICT&BM

NET

02

18.

MM Institute of
Management

UGC-NET

--

19.

M.M. Institute of
Nursing

Post Graduate Entrance


Examination

12

20.

MM Institute of
Management

UGC-NET

04

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Note: A medical student of this University has been selected in


Civil Services through UPSC during 2015.
5.1.12

Mention the policies of the University for enhancing student


participation in sports and extracurricular activities through
strategies /schemes such as
additional academic support and academic flexibility in
examinations

special dietary requirements, sports uniform and materials


any other (please specify)

Students participating in outstation competitions are provided with


proper sports/ cultural dresses and also university bear their total
expenditure on registration fees, stay, food and two and fro travel. All
the required sports accessories (Both consumable and non consumable)
are provided by the university to the students during general play time
as well as during competitions. During participation in competitions if
the dates of the sports/cultural events clash with the sessional
examinations, the examinations are rescheduled in such manner that
the students do not suffer. Extra classes are also conducted for such
students.
5.1.13

Does the university have an institutionalized mechanism for


students placement? What are the services provided to help
students identify job opportunities, prepare themselves for
interview, and develop entrepreneurship skills?
Yes, the university has an institutionalized mechanism for students
placement. The key component of this mechanism is the University
Central Placement Cell. Along with the centralized mechanism,
individual constituent institutions also have their own Training and
Placement Cells that are guided by and work closely with the
Universitys Central Placement Cell. Following are the services
provided to help students identify job opportunities, prepare
themselves for interviews, and develop entrepreneurship skills:

The objectives of the University Placement Cell are:


1) To place all Final Year students through On-Campus &
Off-Campus interviews conducted by meritorious
companies and to provide dignified placements.

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2) To render all the assistance to the Final Year students to


establish their career and nurturing a sense of professional
identity establishes links with corporate

The Cell coordinates with corporate houses and invites


them for campus placement drives.
The Cell co-ordinates with other constituent
institutions at the University in planning and arranging
recruitment related activities including pre-placement
talks, Training Programs, Selection Tests, and
Interviews.
The Cell also regularly informs about the various job
opportunities available through newspapers, web
portals and other channels of communication.
Students are prepared through mock test, mock
interviews/ GDs so that they can perform better at the
time of Placements.

Entrepreneurship Cell: The University has fully functional


Entrepreneurship Cell which also works as incubation center
for new entrepreneurial plans of students.
5.1.14

Give the number of students selected during campus interviews by


different employers (list the employers and the number of companies
who visited the campus during the last four years).

Sr.
No.

Institute
name

Name of
Company/Employer
visited in last four
year

MM Institute
of
Management

Vodafone India Ltd

03

TATA Telecom Ltd

02

Eclerx Ltd

Berger Paints

5.

Mc Donalds

6.

Ceasefire Ltd

04

7.

Genpact

02

8.

Croma

9.

Jaro Education

10.

Reliance Securities

03

11.

Asahi India Glass Ltd

01

1.
2.
3.
4.

(for the year


2015)

No of
student
selected

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12.

Naukri.com

02

13.

Bharat
Matrimony.com

01

14.

Capital Via

02

15.

Just Dial

13

16.

Mancer Consulting

03

17.

Arise India Ltd

05

18.

Fedex Ltd

19.

Asian Paints

20.

Uday Homes

03

21.

Policy Bazaar

05

22.

HDFC Bank

01

23.

Imphynt

02

24.

Lifecells

Naukri.Com

02

Videocon
Telecommunication

04

Intec Capital

01

ICRA Ltd

04

29.

Kips India Ltd

01

30.

Vodafone India Ltd

04

31.

Ceasefire India Ltd

08

32.

Tata
Telecommunication

01

Bharat
Matrimony.com

02

34.

Earth Infrastructure

07

35.

Just Dial

15

36.

Bebo Technologies

02

37.

Religare Ltd

04

38.

IndiaMart

02

39.

Auxin Capital
Management

03

25.
26.

MM Institute
of
Management

27.
28.

33.

(For the year


2014)

290

40.

Axis Bank

02

41.

Milestone Ltd

01

42.

Policy Bazaar

01

43.

Speed Infotech

01

44.

Swap Development

01

IMS Learning Pvt


Ltd

01

46.

Vmart Ltd

02

47.

Felicty Group

05

48.

Pepsi Co

01

49.

Berger India Ltd

01

50.

Edelweiss Ltd

07

51.

GET IT

01

52.

Mancer Consulting

02

53.

Indusind Bank

12

54.

Ceasefire Industries
Ltd

06

55.

Tommy Hilfiger

02

56.

Morde

03

57.

Crisil Ltd

05

58.

Eureka Forbes

07

59.

Vodafone

06

60.

Amartex

02

61.

Max Retail

02

62.

India Mart

01

63.

Juvalia & You

04

64.

Axis Bank

02

65.

Canara Bank

01

66.

CD Equisearch

01

67.

EduVentures

01

68.

Fortis Hospital

01

69.

Golden Touch

01

45.
(For the year 2013

291

70.

Haryana Steels &


Alloys Ltd

01

71.

Hospitality Solutions

01

72.

Hotel Ramada

01

73.

Kapsons

01

74.

Om Gas

02

75.

PIOM,Chandigarh

01

76.

Sukrala IT Services
Pvt Ltd

01

Uk Infrastructure

01

ICICI Bank Ltd

14

Tiger Wealth

01

Crisil Ltd

01

Axis Bank Ltd

03

Symbiosis Mgt
Consultancy

01

83.

Yebhi.com

01

84.

Crisil/MGI
Associates

01

85.

Healing Touch

02

86.

Biozenica
Lifesciences

01

87.

Crisil

02

88.

Landmark Hotel

77.
78.
79.

MM Institute of
Management

80.
81.

(For the year 2012)

82.

89.

MMICT&BM

Infosys Ltd.

01

90.

Session: 2014--15

Wipro Ltd.

02

91.

Cognizant Ltd.

02

92.

Red Hat Ltd.

02

93.

JK Tech Ltd.

02

94.

Click Labs Pvt. Ltd.

07

95.

TechAhead Pvt. Ltd.

03

96.

Promatics Pvt. Ltd.

03

97.

Core Soft Solutions

07

292

Pvt. Ltd.
98.

Mount talent
Consulting Pvt. Ltd.

03

99.

Crayonsys IT
Services Pvt. Ltd.

05

100.

Webguruz Pvt. Ltd.

02

101.

Essitco Pvt. Ltd.

03

102.

Drish Infotech Pvt.


Ltd.

03

103.

Clicue IT Solutions
Pvt. Ltd.

04

104.

ITG Consulting
PVT.Ltd.

02

105.

Paras Infotech Pvt.


Ltd.

01

106.

CALinfo Traning &


Consultancy

03

107.

Synapse India, Noida

02

108.

Apex TG India Pvt.


Ltd.

02

109.

Oriental Structures
Pvt. Ltd.

01

110.

MMICT&BM

Infosys

02

111.

Session: 201314

Lenovo

01

112.

Click Labs

04

113.

NEC Technologies

02

114.

K2Pentering India

01

115.

HCL Technologies

01

116.

Altruist Technologies

01

117.

AI Infotech

01

118.

Capgemini

01

119.

Logic ERP

01

120.

Vienna IT

05

121.

Pink Hand
Technologies

05

293

122.

Ami Corp

01

123.

Intertex Technologies

01

124.

Essitco.com

01

125.

MMICT&BM

Infosys

01

126.

Session: 201213

Pingaksho

02

Enbake Consulting

01

127.
128.

MMICT&BM

Pingaksho

02

129.

Session: 201112

Enbake Consulting

01

130.

IBM Daksh

01

131.

JCBL

02

132.

Symphony

01

133.

Wipro

01

134.

Virtuso Netsoft

01

135.

Infosys Ltd

108

Click Labs

04

CODE Brew

10

138.

Libsys Ltd.

02

139.

TechAhead

03

140.

Technology
Uncorked LLP

02

141.

Mansa Infotech

03

142.

JK TECHNOSOFT

17

143.

Westline Shipping

22

144.

Anglo Eastern
Shipping

14

145.

Executive Ship
Mgmt.

13

146.

Indian Navy

39*

147.

IBM

03

148.

KEC International

01

149.

eClerx

22

150.

Optimus

01

136.
137.

MM Engineering
College
Session: 2014

294

151.

Coresoft

05

152.

Mount Talent Cons

26

153.

Vodafone

03

154.

Tata Telecom

02

155.

Berger Paints

156.

McDonalds

01

157.

CEASFIRE

12

158.

CLICUE IT SOL.

02

159.

ORIENTAL
STRUCTURE

01

160.

GENPACT

11

161.

Live Deftsoft

02

162.

Promatics

01

163.

Maintec
Technologies

30

164.

Jaro Education

165.

Reliance Securities

03

166.

Croma

167.

Digicall Teleservices

127

168.

Enbake Consulting

04

169.

GVK EMRI

34

170.

ASAHI GLASS
INDIA

01

171.

NAUKRI.COM

02

172.

BHARAT
MATRIMONY.COM

01

173.

V-Serv Solutions

07

174.

CAPITAL VIA

02

175.

TCS

01

176.

Teleperformance

35

177.

Just Dial

09

178.

Spectraforce
Technogies

15

295

179.

HCL

19

180.

Technosys Services

01

181.

Aroma Softech

16

182.

Capgemini

01

183.

UDAY HOMZ

20

184.

Jamkash Vehicleades
Pvt.Ltd.

01

185.

Policybazaar

10

186.

JABONG.COM

17

187.

INPHYNYT

15

188.

JUGNOO

07

189.

HDFC

01

190.

Repro India Ltd.

09

191.

JABONG.COM

17

192.

Total

687

Infosys Technologies

56

JK Technosoft

25

Anglo Eastern
Shipping

11

196.

Click-Labs

05

197.

RRB Energy

09

198.

Executive Ship
Mgmt. Ltd.

13

199.

GENPACT

01

200.

KEC International

02

201.

Libsys Ltd.

03

202.

Cognizant

06

203.

TCS

02

204.

IBM

01

205.

indian Navy

20

206.

Nec Technology

01

207.

Indian Army

32

193.
194.
195.

MM Engineering
College
Session 2014

296

208.

OMICS Group

01

209.

AON Hewitt

02

210.

CONTATA Solutions

01

211.

FranConnect India

01

212.

Optimus Information
Inc

01

213.

Ranbaxy

01

214.

Technology
Uncorked LLP

03

215.

Xerox Services

03

216.

Indian Air Force

01

217.

Teleperformance
India

01

218.

Unisys

01

219.

Wipro

01

220.

Centrodorstory
(India) Pvt. Ltd

06

221.

Microsoft

01

222.

GOWYN
Technology

02

223.

ALSTOM

01

224.

MITSUBHISHI
ELECTRIC

01

225.

Mansa Infotech

03

226.

Altruist Technologies

10

227.

Ridings Consulting
Engineers

02

GENUS POWER
INFR. LTD

01

Total

231

Infosys Technologies

64

Smartdata

03

Wipro Technology

12

Anglo Eastern

26

228.
229.
230.
231.
232.
233.

MM Engineering
College
Session: 2013

297

Shipping
234.

Click-Labs

05

235.

RRB Energy

16

236.

Executive Ship
Mgmt. Ltd.

03

237.

GENPACT

33

238.

CEASEFIRE
Industries

05

239.

Libsys Ltd.

01

240.

L&T

01

241.

HCL

21

242.

IBM

02

243.

Jamna Auto Indu.

04

244.

AuthorGEN
Technology

01

245.

JCBL

01

246.

VAG Polytech Pvt.


Ltd.

01

AVECON HEALTH
CARE LTD.

05

Total

204

Infosys Technologies

200

Mahindra &
Mahindra

11

251.

SYNTEL

07

252.

Libsys Ltd.

04

253.

L&T

08

254.

DELL

01

255.

HCL

21

256.

Oracle

02

257.

Shivam Autotech
Ltd.(Hero Group)

01

258.

Shyam Indus

13

259.

Smartdata

11

247.
248.
249.
250.

MM Engineering
College
Session: 2012

298

260.

Start Up Forms (Sufi)

01

261.

Wipro Technology

15

262.

Indian Navy

03

263.

Indian Army

01

264.

Indian Air Force

03

265.

IDS Infotech

12

266.

Steria India Ltd.

04

267.

TechAhead

10

268.

Virtusa Pvt. Ltd.

04

269.

V-Serv Bussiness
Solutions

08

270.

DISH-TV

01

271.

Open Access
Technology

01

272.

Anglo Eastern

50

273.

Enbake Consulting

02

274.

GNET,Roorkee

06

275.

JCBL

03

276.

IBM

01

277.

YIET,Yamunanagar

04

278.

HCL Comnet

09

279.

ZScaler

01

280.

YEBHI.COM

21

281.

Click-Labs

04

282.

RRB Energy

14

283.

HCL Infosystem Pvt


Ltd.

04

Executive Ship
Mgmt. Ltd.

13

285.

Shiva Group

14

286.

Ansal Housing &


Construction Ltd.

05

DLF

01

284.

287.

299

288.

MMU Projects

08

289.

Hindustan Test Labs

02

290.

Fujitsu

01

291.

Accenture

07

292.

HCL

11

293.

Total

523

MM Engineering
College

Infosys
Technologies

156

Session: 2011

Accenture

14

296.

SYNTEL

22

297.

CSS Corp

07

298.

L&T

28

299.

DELL

10

300.

ITW

05

301.

Birlasoft

03

302.

Indian Navy

02

303.

Indian Army

01

304.

IBM Global
Services

04

305.

QH-Talbros

04

306.

Wipro

04

307.

Anglo Eastern

20

308.

Viom Networks

02

309.

OSAW Industries

03

310.

AKAMAI

01

311.

Total

286

Radisson, Jaipur

08

Radisson, Shimla

02

Mc Donald, Delhi

01

315.

J.W.
Marriott
Chandigarh

01

316.

Westin, Gurgaon

01

294.
295.

312.
313.
314.

MM Institute of
Hotel Management
Session: 201415

300

317.

Radisson
Dwarka

Blu,

01

318.

MM Institute of
Hotel Management

Bhagwati,
Surat

Grand

08

319.

Session: 201314

Bhagwati
Grand,
Ahemadabad

06

320.

MM Institute of
Hotel Management

M.M.
Continental,
Mullana

04

Lemon Tree Hotel


T3, New Delhi

01

322.

The Grand
Delhi

New

02

323.

Regenta
Central
Ashok, Chandigarh

02

324.

Caf Coffee Day,

01

325.

Sarovar
Gurgaon

01

326.

Dominos, Karnal

02

327.

Radisson, Shimla

01

328.

Kikar Lodge Resort,


Punjab

01

Lords Plaza, Surat

11

M.M.
Continental,
Mullana

01

331.

The Grand,
Delhi

New

04

332.

Sarovar
Gurgaon

Hotel,

02

333.

Noormahal, Karnal

03

334.

Park Plaza

01

335.

Hilton Garden Inn,


Gurgaon

01

336.

Hyatt Regency, New


Delhi

01

337.

Octopus, Sarovar

01

Canada

01

321.

329.
330.

Session:
201213

MM Institute of
Hotel Management
Session: 201112

338.

MM College

Hotel,

301

339.

of Nursing

Defence Services,
Bangalore

01

340.

Period: 2010
to 2014

Defence Services
,Bangalore

01

341.

AIIMS, Rishikesh

01

342.

California , U.S.A

01

MAX hospital Dehradun

01

Fortis Hospital
Shalimar Bagh,
New Delhi

02

345.

Columbia AsiaGurgaon

02

346.

MAX hospital
Padpadganj

07

347.

Columbia AsiaPatiala

02

348.

MAX hospital
Saket

04

343.

344.

MM Institute
of Nursing
Period: 2010
to 2014

349.
350.

08
MM College
of Pharmacy

Pakson
Pharmaceuticals

02

Alembic
Pharmaceuticals Ltd

07

Becton Dickinson
India Pvt. Ltd.

01

353.

Paksons
Pharmaceuticals

09

354.

Macleods
Pharmaceuticals Ltd.

03

355.

Nutrilife India

07

356.

Becton Dickinson
India Pvt. Ltd.

03

351.
352.

Period: 2010
to 2014

302

5.1.15

Does the university have a registered Alumni Association? If yes,


what are its activities and contributions to the development of the
university?
Yes, the University has an Alumni Association looked after by a
designated senior faculty member. Each constituent college at the
University has in place its own Alumni Association that caters to all
essential activities for the betterment of the alumni, existing students and
the constituent college. The aim of Alumni Association is to encourage
the alumni to take an active interest in the work and progress of the
institute by contributing towards enhancement in placement activities,
organizing industrial visits and guest lectures. The Alumni Association
has its executive body which looks after its affairs. It keeps in touch with
alumni through social media platforms which help the institute in
dynamically connecting with its alumni. The office bearers of Alumni
Association arrange Alumni Meetings from time to time. Details of all the
contact information of alumni members is maintained by the faculty incharge and other members of the alumni and placement cell. Institute also
holds alumni talks regularly by distinguished alumni for sharing their
experiences in the field of physical therapy. They also enlighten the
students regarding various job opportunities and scope of physical therapy
in and across India. The Alumni of the University has also been extending
financial contribution to the University.

5.1.16

Does the university have a student grievance redressal cell? Give


details of the nature of grievances reported. How were they
redressed?
The University has a well structured grievance redressal cell that follows
stringent norms and is committed to resolve the individual/group
grievances of students, amicably in a time bound manner. The grievance
redressal cell is operated as per the letter of the University Grants
Commissionand the regulatory body. The grievance redressal committee
puts in the best efforts to resolve the issues both informally and through
formal procedures depending upon the severity of the case reported.
Meetings are conducted with the staff and students to address the various
sensitive issues worth attention. Suggestion boxes are also put in the
departments and other important locations to help the students express
their grievances.
The step-wise grievances redressal mechanism is as mentioned below:

On receipt of the grievance of a student, a meeting of the committee


is convened in which the whole incidence is narrated orally by the
concerned student and a well structured grievance proforma is also
filled by the student.

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Depending on the severity and nature of complaint either informal


or formal procedure of grievance redressal is adopted. In case the
problem is raised due to the mindset/paradigm of the student only
the student is counselled alone and if necessary parents are also
informed regarding the matter.

In the case of any serious problem, the appropriate action is taken.


While minor cases of triple nature are resolved by the Head of the
institution/branch officers at their own level, no serious case has
ever been reported from our campus to be decided by the
Grievances Redrassel Committee.
In addition, there is also an Internal Complaint Committee and the
University has also appointed Lokpal in the person of Dr. Lal
Chand Gupta, former Dean Faculty of Arts & Languages,
Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra as per instructions of the
AICTE. However, no such case has ever been reported to be
decided by the Vice Chancellor or by the Lokpal.

5.1.17

Does the university promote a gender-sensitive environment by (i)


conducting gender related programmes (ii) establishing cell and
mechanism to deal with issues related to sexual harassment? Give
details.
The University through its constituent instituitons promotes a
gender sensitive environment by organizing various programs in
the form of Seminars, Panel Discussions, Slogan writings,
Mimes, Declamations, Debates, quizzes, etc. related to gender
sensitization and women rights. Some of the initiatives taken by
the university through its constituent colleges are as follows:

Sr.No.

Institute

M.M.
College of
Nursing

Name of
Gender
Sensitization
Programme
conducted for Faculty
International Womens
Day- Panel Discussion
on Empowering
women Empowering
Humanity Picture it
Gender Sensitization
Lecture at College
level.
Panel Discussion on
Equality for Women
in Progress for All

Dates

9th March,
2015

6th Oct.,
2014
8th March,
2014

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M.M.
College of
Nursing in
collaboration
with
M.M.
Institute of
Nursing
Department
of Law

Panel Discussion on
Violence against
Women
Panel Discussion on
Connecting Girls,
Inspiring futures
Panel Discussion on
Equal Access to
Education, Training
and Science &
Technology: Pathway
to decent work for
Women
Panel Discussion on
Equal Rights Equal
Opportunities :
Progress for All
Lecture cum
Discussion on Gender
Sensitization
Workshop on
Declining Sex Ratio

8th March,
2013

Seminar on Dowry as a
Social Evil

17th Sept.,
2008

Panel Discussion on
Sex Determination
Tests And Falling Sex
Ratio in Haryana
Gender Sensitization
Lecture at University
level.

7th Jan.,
2008

International Womens
Day- Lecture on
Women
Empowerment &
Women Education

March 12,
2015

Declamation Contest
on International
Womens Day

March 08,
2011

Seminar on Women
Empowerment

April 7,
2010

8th March,
2012
8th March,
2011

8th March,
2010
18th Sept.,
2009
27th Aug.,
2009

7th Nov.,
2014

Day
Department
of
Mathematics
and

National Conference
on CONTEMPORARY
SOCIAL ISSUES"

31st March
2015

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Humanities
M.M.
Engineering
College
M.M.
College of
Pharmacy

Women Cell
of the
University

Oath ceremony against


Female Feticide and
Dowry
Handling Eve teasing

12th Nov.,
2008

Early marriageUNICEF findings


Awareness campaign
Interactive session with
movies show Chak de
India
Earn while you learnan initiative

12th Nov.,
2009

Discussion on
Working Women:
How to balance home
and work front
Presentation on
Women -Togetherness
and Teamwork
Women- Speaking
English Skill
Improvement
Women- Efficient
Time Management

19th Dec.,
2008

Women Awareness
Campaign in the
College- Anti-dowry
Act- An overview
Interactive Session
explaining the Goal of
the Cell
Workshop on Crime
against Women.

14th July,
2007

Sep. 13,
2010

Guest lecture on Legal


Rights of Women.

March 8,
2013

Declamation
Competition
on
Atrocities on Women
with Special Reference
to Delhi Rape Case.

March 7,
2014

23rd Jan.,
2010

12th Oct.,
2009
12th Aug.,
2009

16th Sept.,
2008
9th Feb.,
2008
12th Aug.,
2007

5th July,
2007

The University has structured a full proof mechanism to address and


resolve complaints related to sexual harassment, eve teasing etc. The
University has constituted Gender Sensitization Committee against
Sexual Harassment (GSCASH) at University level headed by Dr.
Jyoti Sarin (Director/Dean, Faculty of Nursing) as Chairperson and all
constituent colleges of the University. Any incident of sexual
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harassment, eve teasing are reported by the college authorities to


GSCASH and matter is resolved by them. The stepwise procedure for
redress of any such complaint is as follows:

The complainant can communicate such incident to the Principal,


mentor/HOD or to any functionary of the University both orally
and as written complaint.
Matter is communicated to the concerned Principal where the
opinions of both the parties are heard. Both the parties are
counseled at this stage to redress the complaint as early as
possible.
In case both the parties are not satisfied, matter is then
communicated to GSCASH.
If the incident of Sexual Harassment is of grave nature, it will
immediately be reported to police apart from initiating
departmental action against the person concerned.

GASCASH in collaboration with the Women Cell of the University also


carries out research studies through MSC (Nursing) students on women
related issues like Female feticide, Eve teasing, Domestic violence and
assessment of awareness, satisfaction and expectation of female students
regarding gender equality and sensitization measures.
5.1.18

Is there an anti-ragging committee? How many instances, if any,


have been reported during the last four years and what action has
been taken in these cases?
Anti-ragging Committee:

University level
Departmental level
Hostel level

Instances reported during the past four years:


Nil
Action taken:
Not applicable
5.1.19

How does the university elicit the cooperation of all its stakeholders
to ensure the overall development of its students?
Yes, the University elicits the cooperation of all its stakeholders to
ensure the overall development of its students.

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There are many stakeholders in education each of whom needs to play


his role effectively in order to help all our students learn better and
reach their fullest potential. Overall development of students depends
upon the coordination between students, parents and their mentors/
teachers.

Learning in the institute is student centric along with the regular


class room teaching they are prepared to develop good interpersonal
skills, communication skills so that they can Work independently
and with others as a part of good team, with full interpersonal cooperation and pride.

Parents/ guardians Instill values and a sense of responsibility in


their children helping them to become good citizens Show care and
concern for their teachers/ classmate. They also coordinate with the
system of the organization to provide good education to their
children.

Teachers/ mentors are not only involved in the class room teaching
but they also play significant role in the professional and
personality development of the students. Teachers/ mentors
Motivate, challenge and help students find the potential within
themselves so that they can use their abilities/potentials for
overcoming barriers in their lives.
This is in the form of two-way communication with the students,
their parents and faculty. The constituent colleges are dedicated and
committed towards students welfare and their progression as they
are the primary stakeholders of the
organization. After joining
the program, all students are provided with an orientation session,
which gives them a clear idea about the program and its
expectations, as well as various challenges that they will face. For
all students, before the placement session begins, the constituent
colleges organize a comprehensive viva-voice and mock interviews
involving
industry experts that help them
to
prepare
for
the
selection
process.
Students performance in the program is constantly monitored.
Students are also formally counselled by the faculty to help them
cope with the various challenges of the program. The University
makes the students aware about the institute rules and regulation at
the time of admission. At the beginning of every semester students
are registered for the relevant courses and at the end of the semester
the feedback is sought to further improve teaching-learning
process. Parent-Teacher meeting is organized wherein parents and
guardians of the students are made aware of the academic system
and norms.
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Beside this students are also sent for industrial visits to upgrade the
practical exposure. The executive and the academic council of the
university has members from amongst the principals of constituent
colleges/institutes who are actively involved in ensuring overall
development of the students by sharing their valuable thoughts and
imparting support to them.
Constituent colleges collect feedback from students, faculty
members, supporting staff, industries, alumni, external academic
and make improvements in the teaching and learning system to
ensure the overall development of its students. Feedback is
obtained from students on courses offered, courses desired and on
modifications of curriculum. Students feedback is also used as a
yardstick for the assessment of the performance of faculty.
In addition, the MM College of Law organises Legal Aid Camps
and Programmes in the University as well as in the neighbouring
rural areas in collaboration with District Legal Services Authority,
the Department stimulates cooperation from different stakeholders.
Also, MM Institute of Nursing and MM College of Nursing are
getting cooperation from different stakeholders as MoUs by
Institute of Mental Health Sciences, Agra Cantt and Civil Hospital,
Ambala City for the clinical training of the students to develop
their nursing skills.
5.1.20

How does the university ensure the participation of women


students in intra- and inter-institutional sports competitions
and cultural activities? Provide details of sports and cultural
activities where such efforts were made.
University ensures the participation of women students in intraand inter-institutional cultural/ sports competitions through conduct
of talent hunt/trials for constitution of college teams in respective
cultural/sports events. Selected teams then participate in various
inter college competitions. Following table provides details of the
events where women students participated.
Participation of women in Intra University Cultural Events
Session

Event

Date

Participation

309

2015-2016

Colosseumm15

25-26
August,2015

Winner M.M.
College Of
Nursing
1st Runner Up
M.M. Dental
College
2nd Runner Up
M.M. Institute
Of Management

2014-2015

Inter-College Solo
Dance Competition

12-Nov2014

Winner M.M.
Dental College
1st Runner Up
M.M. College
Of Hotel
Management
2nd Runner Up
M.M. Institute
Of Nursing

2014-2015

Talent Hunt

10 Oct,2014

Winner M.M.
Nursing. College
1st Runner Up
M.M. Institute
Of Management
2nd Runner Up
M.M. Dental
College

2014-2015

Drama

13-Sept2014

Winner M.M.
College Of
Pharmacy
1st Runner Up
M.M. Dental
College
2nd Runner Up
M.M. Institute
Of Hotel
Management

2013-2014

Inter-College Street
Play Competition

10-Mar2014

Winner M.M.
College Of
Nursing
1st Runner Up
M.M. Engg.
College
2nd Runner Up
M.M. Institute
Of Management

310

2013-2014

Inter-College Dance
Competition

10-Jan-2014

Winner M.M.
Dental College
1st Runner Up
M.M. Nursing
College
2nd Runner Up
M.M. Institute
Of Management

2013-2014

MIME

8-OCT2013

Winner M.M.
College Of
Nursing
1st Runner Up
M.M. Engg.
College
2nd Runner Up
M.M. Institute
Of Management

2012-13

Inter-College
Mimicry
Competition

12-OCT2012

Winner
M.M.ENGG.
College
1st Runner Up
M.M. College
Of Nursing
2nd Runner Up
M.M. Institute
Of Management

2012-13

Inter-College Solo
Dance Competition

12-OCT2012

Winner M.M.
Engg. College
1st Runner Up
M.M. College
Of Pharmacy
2nd Runner Up
Winner M.M.
Institute Of
Management

2012-13

Inter-College Street
Play Competition

10-OCT2012

Winner M.M.
Dental College
1st Runner Up
M.M. College
Of Hotel
Management
2nd Runner Up
M.M. Institute
Of Management

2010-11

MIME

13-Nov2010

Winner
M.M.College Of

311

Education
1st Runner Up
M.M. Institute
Of Management
2nd Runner Up
M.M. Engg
College
2010-11

Drama

13-Nov2010

Winner M.M.
Institute Of
Management
1st Runner Up
M.M. Engg.
College
2nd Runner Up
M.M. College
Of Education

2010-11

Rangoli

13-Oct-2010

Winner M.M.
College Of
Education
1st Runner Up
M.M. College
Of Hotel
Management
2nd Runner Up
M.M. Engg.
College

2010-11

Cartooning

13-Oct-2010

Winner
M.M.Engg.
College
1st Runner Up
M.M. Institute
Of Management
2nd Runner Up
M.M.College Of
Nursing
Winner
M.M.Dental
College

2010-11

Poster making

12Oct-2010

1st Runner Up
M.M.College Of
Hotel
Management
2nd Runner Up
M.M.Institute Of
Management

2010-11

Debate

12-Oct-2010

Winner
M.M.Engg.

312

College
1st Runner Up
M.M.Institute Of
Management
2nd Runner Up
M.M.Hotel
Management
2010-11

Group Western
Dance

29-Sep2010

Winner: M.M.
College Of
Pharmacy
1st Runner Up
M. M. Engg.
College
2nd Runner Up
M.M.Institute Of
Management

2010-11

Group Folk Dance

29-Sep2010

Winner
M.M.Institute Of
Management
1st Runner Up
M.M.Dental
College
2nd Runner Up
M.M.Engg.
College

2010-11

Solo Folk Dance

28-Sep2010

Winner
M.M.Engg.
College
1st Runner Up
M.M.Institute Of
Management
2nd Runner Up
M.M.College Of
Nursing

2010-11

Solo Western Dance

28-Sep2010

Winner
M.M.Institute Of
Management
1st Runner Up
M.M.College Of
Pharmacy
2nd Runner Up
M.M.Engg.
College And
M.M.Dental
College

2010-11

Duet

28-Sep2010

Winner
M.M.Engg

313

College
1st Runner Up
M.M.College Of
Pharmacy
2nd Runner Up
M.M.Dental
College
2010-11

Quiz

8-Sep-2010

Winner
M.M.Institute Of
Management
1st Runner Up
M.M.Dental
College
2nd Runner Up
M.M.College Of
Physiotherapy

PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN STUDENTS IN INTRA


UNIVERSITY SPORTS COMPETITIONS
S.
No
1.

Session

Name of the
Activity

Date

Results

20152016

Inter- college
Basketball
Tournament

Aug.
26-27,
2015

Winner: MM College
of Dental Science &
Research.
First Runner Up: M.M.
Engineering College
Second Runner Up:
MM college of Nursing.

2.

20152016

Inter- college
Tug of War
Tournament

Sept.
1-4,
2015

Winner: MM Institute of
Management.
First Runner Up: M.M.
Institute of Nursing.
Second Runner Up: MM
Institute of
Physiotherapy and
Rehabilitation.

3.

20142015

Universumm
15

March.
17-19,
2015.

Winner: M.M College of


Dental Sciences and
Research in football

314

4.

20142015

Inter- college
Badminton
Tournament

Feb.2627,
2015.

Winner: M.M College of


Dental Science and
Research.
First Runner Up: M.M.
Institute of Pharmacy.
Second Runner Up:
M.M. Engineering
College

5.

20142015

Inter- college
Basketball
Tournament

Feb.2324,
2015.

Winner: M.M College of


Dental Science and
Research.
First Runner Up: M.M.
Institute of Nursing.
Second Runner Up:
MM Institute of
Computer& Business
Management (MCA).

6.

20142015

Inter- college
Table Tennis
Tournament

Feb. 23, 2015

Winner: M.M. College


of Dental Sciences and
Research.
First Runner Up: M.M.
Institute of Nursing.
Second Runner Up:
M.M. College of
Nursing.

7.

20132014

Inter- college
Table Tennis
Tournament

April
14-15,
2014

Winner: M.M College of


Medical Science and
Research
First Runner Up: M.M.
Engineering College.

8.

9.

20132014

20132014

Inter- college
Basketball
Tournament

Inter- college
Badminton
Tournament

March
31April
First
Runner
Up:
2014

Winner: M.M College of


Dental Science and
Research

March
18-19,
2014

Winner: M.M
Engineering College.

First Runner Up: M.M.


Institute of Nursing.

First Runner Up: MM


Institute of Computer&
Business Management
(HM).
Second Runner Up:
M.M. College of Dental
Science and Research.

315

10.

20122013

Inter- college
Volleyball
Tournament

Mar 56, 2013

Winner: M.M Institute of


Nursing
First Runner Up: M.M.
Engineering College.
Second Runner Up: M.M
Institute of Hotel
Management.

11.

12.

20122013

20122013

Inter-college
Badminton
Tournament

Nov.
05-07,
2012

Winner: MM Institute of
Physiotherapy

Inter-college
Basket ball
Tournament

Oct.
03-04,
2012

Winner: MM College of
Dental Sciences and
Research

First Runner Up: MM


Institute of Computer
Technology & Business
& Management (MCA)

First Runner Up: MM


Engg. College
13.

20112012

Annual
Athletic Meet
Tournament

March
15-17,
2012

Winner: M.M. Institute


of Nursing
First Runner Up: MM
Institute of Computer
Technology & Business
Management (H.M)
Second Runner Up:
College of Nursing

14.

15.

16.

20112012

20112012

20112012

Inter-college
Volleyball
Tournament

Feb.
17-18,
2012.

Winner: MM Institute of
Nursing

Inter-college
Table Tennis
Tournament

Feb. 68,
2012.

Winner: M.M.
Engineering College

Inter-college
Basketball
Tournament

Nov.
15 -17,
2011.

Winner: MM College of
Dental Science &
Research

First Runner Up: MM


Institute of Hotel
Management

First Runner Up: MM


Institute of Nursing

First Runner Up: M.M.


Engineering College
Second Runner Up: MM
College of Nursing

316

17.

20112012

Inter-college
Badminton
Tournament

Oct. 35,
2011.

Winner: M.M.
Engineering College
First Runner Up: M.M.
Institute of
Physiotherapy
Second Runner Up: MM
College of Nursing.

18.

20102011

Annual
Athletic Meet
Tournament

March
29-31,
2011.

Winner: M.M. Institute


of Nursing
First Runner Up: MM
College of Nursing
Second Runner Up: MM
college of Education

19.

20102011

Inter-college
Volleyball
Tournament

Oct.
11-12,
2010.

Winner: M.M.
Engineering College
First Runner Up: MM
College of Nursing
Second Runner Up: MM
Institute of Management

20.

20102011

Inter-college
Basketball
Tournament

Oct. 46, 2010

Winner: M.M.
Engineering College
First Runner Up: MM
Institute of Nursing
Second Runner Up: MM
College of Dental
Science & Research.

21.

20102011

Inter-College
Table tennis
Tournament

Sep.
13-15,
2010.

Winner: M.M. Institute


of Medical Sciences and
Research.
First Runner Up: M.M.
Engineering College
Second Runner Up: MM
Institute of Management

22.

20102011

Inter-College
Badminton
Tournament

Sep. 68,
2010.

Winner: M.M.
Engineering College
First Runner Up: M.M.
Institute of Medical
Sciences and Research.
Second Runner Up: MM
Institute of Nursing

5.2

Student Progession

5.2.1

What is the student strength of the university for the current


317

academic year? Analyse the Programme-wise data and provide the


trends for the last four years.
The Student strength of the University for the Current Academic Year is
7582. Following is the data based on compilation of information received
from various Institute/Departments

Student Progression

Percentage

UG to PG*

Upto to 80%

PG to M.Phil.*

Nil

PG to Ph.D.

Upto 50%

Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral

Nil

Employed
Campus selection
Other
than
recruitment
Entrepreneurs

Upto 81%
campus Upto 100%
Upto 75%

5.2.2 What is the programme-wise completion rate during the time span
stipulated by the university?
S.No

Name of Courses/Programme

MM Engg. College

Completion
Rate (%)

B.TECH

65.09

M.TECH

56.52

M.Sc.

82.07

MA ENGLISGH

100

MM Institute of Computer Technology &


Business Mgt. (MCA)
BCA

67.0

318

MCA
3

97.75

MM Institute of Management (MBA)


BBA

56.0

B.Com

35.14

MBA (General)

84.0

Diploma in Business Management

86.0

MM Institute of Computer Technology &


Business Mgt. (Hotel Mgt)
BHM

64.71

B.Sc. (Hospitality & Catering Management)

75.0

Diploma in Food Production

37.50

MM College of Pharmacy
B.Pharm

91.18

Pharm.D

85.71

MM College of Dental Science & Research


BDS

68.12

MDS

100

MM Institute of Medical Sciences &


Research
MBBS

96.88

B.Sc. (OT)

100

B.Sc. (MLT)

77.78

MD/MS

77.77

M.Sc. (Medical)

100

Diploma in 5 specialties

87.50

MM College of Nursing/MM Institute of


Nursing (girls)
B.Sc. (N)

77.55

P.B. B.Sc.(Nursing)

91.66

M.Sc. (N)

100

MM Institute
Rehabilitation
BPT

of

Physiotherapy

&
50.0

319

MPT
10

100

Dept. of law
BA LL.B

58.33

5.2.3 What is the number and percentage of students who appeared/


qualified in examinations like UGC-CSIR-NET, UGC-NET, SLET,
ATE / CAT / GRE / TOFEL / GMAT / Central / State services,
Defense, Civil Services, etc.?
The following are the number of students who qualified in the
above examination:-

5.2.4

Examinations

Qualified

GATE

76

CAT

06

GRE

03

MAT

01

DEFENCE

18

HET/CSIR

12

State Services

15

IAS

01

Provide categorywise details regarding the no. of


Ph.D./D.Lit/D.Sc. thesis
submitted/accepted/resubmitted/rejected in the last four years.
Details of Ph.D. / D.Litt. / D.Sc. thesis submitted/accepted /
resubmitted / rejected in the last four years.

Sr.

Category

No.
01

No. of Ph. No.


D

Submitted

of No.

D.Litt.
123

Nil

of

D.Sc.
Nil

320

02

Accepted

78

Nil

Nil

03

Re-submitted

07

Nil

Nil

04

Rejected

Nil

Nil

Nil

5.3

Student Participation & Activities

5.3.1

List the range of sports, cultural and extracurricular activities


available to students. Furnish the programme calendar and
provide details of students participation
Sports activities available in the University
Sr.
No.
1.

Name of sports

Facility

Athletics

400 M Track Standard Track, Long Jump Pit, Shot


put Throwing sector, Discus Throwing sector

2.

Basketball

Basketball Court

3.

Badminton

Badminton Court indoor and outdoor

4.

Cricket

Cricket Ground with turf covered practice pitches.

5.

Football

Football Ground

6.

Hand Ball

7.

Kabaddi

8.

Kho- Kho

9.

Squash

10.

Swimming Pool

11.

Table Tennis

Table Tennis Hall

12.

Volleyball

Volleyball Ground

13.

Gym

Gym Hall

14.

Yoga

Yoga Hall

15.

Karate

Karate Hall

Hand Ball Ground


Kabaddi Ground
Kho- Kho Ground
Squash Court
Swimming Pool

SPORTS CALENDAR 2015-2016


Sr.
No.

Name of The Game/Sports

Last Date of
Entry

Date of Fixture

Date of
Tournaments

321

1.

BADMINTON

Aug 24 , 2015

Aug 25,2016

Aug 26-27 ,
2015

2.

TUG OF WAR (M&W)

Aug. 28, 2015

Aug. 29, 2015

Sep. 1-4,
2015

3.

TABLE TENNIS (M&W)

Sep. 04, 2015

Sep. 07, 2015

Sep. 810,2015

4.

CROSS COUNTRY
(M&W)

Sep. 11, 2015

Sep. 14, 2015

Sep. 15,2015

5.

SQUASH (M&W)

Sep. 14, 2015

Sep. 23, 2015

Sep. 2426,2015

6.

VOLLEYBALL (M&W)

Sep. 19, 2015

Sep. 21, 2015

Sep. 2930,2015

7.

KABADDI (M/W)

Oct. 1, 2015

Oct. 2, 2015

Oct. 5-7, 2015

8.

BASKETBALL (M&W)

Oct. 8 , 2015

Oct. 9, 2016

Oct. 12-14,
2015

9.

CRICKET (M)

Oct. 22 , 2015

Oct. 23, 2016

Oct. 26-29,
2015

10

FOOTBALL (M)

Oct. 29, 2015

Oct. 31, 2015

Nov. 2-6,
2015

11.

ATHLETICS (M&W)

Nov. 10, 2015

Nov. 11, 2015

Dec. 12-14,
2015

12.

CHESS (M&W)

Jan. 7, 2016

Jan. 8, 2016

Jan. 11-14,
2016

13.

KHO-KHO (M&W)

Jan. 22, 2016

Jan. 23, 2016

Jan. 25-29,
2016

14.

CIRCLE STYLE
KABADDI (M)

Feb. 12, 2016

Feb. 13, 2016

Feb. 15-17,
2016

15.

SHOOTING
VOLLEYBALL (M)

March 5, 2016

March 7, 2016

March 9-11,
2016

Sports Calendar for Session 2014-2015


NAME OF GAME

TOURNAMENT DATE

TIMING

TABLE TENNIS

Oct. 9-10, 2014

3.00 pm to 7.00 pm

FOOTBALL

Oct. 13-15, 2014

3.00 pm to 7.00 pm

SQUASH

Oct. 20-21, 2014

3.00 pm to 7.00 pm

CRICKET

Jan. 5-8, 2015

3.00 pm to 7.00 pm

Jan. 12-13, 2015

3.00 pm to 7.00 pm

CHESS

322

BASKETBALL

Feb. 12-13, 2015

3.00 pm to 7.00 pm

BADMINTON

Feb. 17-18, 2015

3.00 pm to 7.00 pm

ATHLETIC MEET

March 2-4, 2015

9.00 am to 6.00 pm

March 10-11, 2015

3.00 pm to 7.00 pm

VOLLEYBALL

Cultural activities available in the University


Sr.
No.

Name of
Activity

1.

Dance

2.

Singing

3.

Band

4.

Theatre

5.

Fashion Parade

Facility

Air Conditioned Auditorium with well equipped sound


system, Girls Common Room, Open Stage Nescafe ground

Cultural Calendar for Session 2015-2016

DATE

NAME OF EVENT

VENUE

25 AUGUST,2015

GROUP DANCE
(WESTERN AND FOLK)

AUDITORIUM

25 AUGUST,2015

SOLO DANCE
(WESTERN AND FOLK)

AUDITORIUM

26 AUGUST,2015

LITERARY EVENTS
(HAM,DEBATE,BIG FIGHT,YOUTH
PARLIAMENT,MOCK UNITED
NATIONS)

OLD ENGG.
BLOCK
SEMINAR
BLOCK

SINGING
10
SEPTEMBER,2015

SOLO SINGING
AUDITORIUM
DUET SINGING
MUSIC INSTRUMENTAL

11
SEPTEMBER,2015

FINE ARTS EVENTS


(T-SHIRT PAINTING,POSTER
MAKING,TATOO
MAKING,RANGOLI,CARTOON
MAKING,CALLIGRAPHY,COLLAGE
MAKING)

OLD ENGG.
BLOCK
READING
ROOM

THEATRE EVENTS
15
OCTOBER,2015

NUKKAD NATAK

DIPLOMA
PARKING

323

ONE ACT PLAY

AUDITORIUM

THEATRE EVENTS
16
OCTOBER,2015

SKIT

AUDITORIUM

MIME

AUDITORIUM

2
FEBRUARY,2016

BATTLE OF BANDS

AUDITORIUM

2
FEBRUARY,2016

FASHION PARADE

AUDITORIUM

UNIVERSUMM16

AUDITORIUM,
Sports Complex
and other
Venues

5-7 March,2016

NATIONAL LEVEL FEST ORGANIZED BY MMU


The cultural orientation & sporting talent of students of the university is
show cased in the form of the inter-university national level festival
UNIVERSUMM. The university organized Universumm in 2015,
2014 and 2012 in the last four years. The three UNIVERSUMM
festivals were prodigal episodes of proficient talent and witnessed
participation from over 40-60 colleges/ universities from north India.
The festivals performances were tinted with the lively youth spirit in
events like Dancing, Singing, Fine Arts, Dramatics, Theatre, Sports and
many more. The special attractions included Star Night, Fashion Show,
Battle of Bands, Badminton, tug of war etc. The details of these
cultural/ sports festival are as follows:
Name of Program with
date
UNIVERSUMM15

Details

Approx. 1250 students from 45 institutions/


universities had participated in 35 events.

Winners were awarded with the Mementos /Medals,


cash prizes and certificates

Cash Prizes worth 5 lacs were disbursed.

Overall Trophy won by M.M. Institute of Dental


Sciences and Research

March 17-19, 2015

(A Mega Event of
Cultural and Sports
Activities)

Runner up: M. M. Engineering College.


UNIVERSUMM14
Feb.24-26, 2014

Approx. 1500 students from 60 institutions/


universities had participated.

324

(A Mega Event of
Cultural and Sports
Activities)

UNIVERSUMM12

Around 30 events were organized.

Bollywood play back singers Sunidhi Chuhan and


Vipin Aneja performed in the star night.

Two judges were invited from Bollywood.

Winners were awarded with the Mementos /Medals,


cash prizes and certificates

Cash Prizes worth Rs. 5 lacs were disbursed.

Overall Trophy won by M. M. Engineering College


Runner up: M.M. Institute of Dental Sciences and
Research

Around 800 students from 40 institutions /


universities had participated.

Around 20 events were organized.

Winners were awarded with the Mementos /Medals,


cash prizes and certificates

Cash Prizes worth Rs.3 lacs were disbursed

Bollywood play back singer Kailash kher performed


in the star night.

Three judges were invited from Bollywood.

April 10-12, 2012

(A Mega Event of
Cultural and Sports
Activities)

Events List:
Cultural:- Solo Singing, Duet Singing, Instrumental, Solo Dancing, Duet Dancing, Group
Dance Folk, Group Dance, Western-Choreography
Theater:- Nukkad Natak, Skit, Mime, Standup Comedy (Solo/Duet)
Fastion Prade, Battle Of Bands
Literary:- Quiz, Youth Parliament, Debate, Big Fight, Spell A Word, Ham, Bluff Master,
Calligraphy
Fine Arts:- T-Shirt Printing, Rangoli, Poster Making, Tattoo Making, Cartoon Making,
Collage Making, Face Painting
Sports:- Volley Ball, Table Tennis (Boys And Girls), Badminton (Boys, Girls, Mix Doubles),
Squash, Tug Of War, Basketball (Boys, Girls)

PRTICIPATION OF STUDENTS IN INTER COLLEGE SPORTS


TOURNAMENTS ORGANIZED BY M. M. UNIVERSITY, MULLANA
(AMBALA)

S.
No

Session

Name of
the
Activity

Date

Result

20152016

Intercollege
Badminton
Tournament

Aug. 26-27,
2015

MEN:
Winner: MM Institute of
Medical Science & Research.
First Runner Up: M.M.

325

Engineering College
Second Runner Up: MM
College of Dental Science &
Research.
WOMEN:
Winner: MM College of
Dental Science & Research.
First Runner Up: M.M.
Engineering College
Second Runner Up: MM
college of Nursing.
20152016

Intercollege Tug
of War
Tournament

Sept. 1-4, 2015

MEN:
Winner: M.M. Engineering
College.
First Runner Up: MM
Institute of Computer
Technology & Business
Management (H.M).
Second Runner Up: MM
Institute of Management.
WOMEN:
Winner: MM Institute of
Management.
First Runner Up: M.M.
Institute of Nursing.
Second Runner Up: MM
Institute of Physiotherapy
and Rehabilitation.

20142015

Intercollege
Badminton
Tournament

Feb.26- 27,
2015.

MEN:
Winner: M.M. Engineering
College
First Runner Up: M.M.
College of Medical Sciences
and Research.
Second Runner Up: M.M
College of Dental Science
and Research.
WOMEN:
Winner: M.M College of
Dental Science and Research.
First Runner Up: M.M.
Institute of Pharmacy.
Second Runner Up: M.M.
Engineering College

326

20142015

Intercollege
Basketball
Tournament

Feb.23- 24,
2015.

MEN:
Winner: M.M. Engineering
College.
First Runner Up: M.M.
College of Medical Sciences
and Research.
Second Runner Up: M.M
College of Dental Science
and Research.
WOMEN:
Winner: M.M College of
Dental Science and Research.
First Runner Up: M.M.
Institute of Nursing.

Second Runner Up: MM


Institute of Computer&
Business Management
(MCA).
20142015

Intercollege
Cricket
Tournament

Feb. 12-21,
2015

MEN:
Winner: M.M. Engineering
College.
First Runner Up: M.M.
Institute of Management.
Second Runner Up: MM
Institute of Computer&
Business Management (HM).

20142015

Intercollege
Squash
Tournament

Feb. 10-11,
2015

MEN:
Winner: M.M. Engineering
College.
First Runner Up: M.M.
College of Dental Sciences
and Research.
Second Runner Up: MM
Institute of Computer&
Business Management
(MCA).

20142015

Intercollege
Football
Tournament

Feb. 4-7, 2015

MEN:
Winner: M.M. Engineering
College.
First Runner Up: MM
College of Pharmacy.
Second Runner Up: MM
Institute of Computer&

327

Business Management
(MCA).
20142015

Intercollege
Table
Tennis
Tournament

Feb. 2-3, 2015

MEN:
Winner: M.M. Engineering
College
First Runner Up: M.M.
College of Dental Sciences
and Research.
Second Runner Up: MM
Institute of Computer &
Business Management (HM).
WOMEN:
Winner: M.M. College of
Dental Sciences and
Research.
First Runner Up: M.M.
Institute of Nursing.
Second Runner Up: M.M.
College of Nursing.

20132014

Intercollege
Table
Tennis
Tournament

April 14-15,
2014

MEN:
Winner: M.M. Engineering
College
First Runner Up: MM
College of Pharmacy
Second Runner Up: M.M.
College of Dental Sciences
and Research.
WOMEN:
Winner: M.M College of
Medical Science and
Research
First Runner Up: M.M.
Engineering College.

20132014

Intercollege
Basketball
Tournament

March 31April First


Runner Up:
2014

MEN:
Winner: M.M. Engineering
College
First Runner Up: MM
Institute of Computer&
Business Management
(MCA).
Second Runner Up: M.M.
College of Medical Sciences
and Research.
WOMEN:
Winner: M.M College of

328

Dental Science and Research


First Runner Up: M.M.
Institute of Nursing.
20132014

Intercollege
Football
Tournament

March 21-24,
2014

MEN:
Winner: M.M. Engineering
College
First Runner Up: MM
Institute of Management.
Second Runner Up: MM
Institute of Computer&
Business Management
(MCA).

20132014

Intercollege
Badminton
Tournament

March 18-19,
2014

MEN:
Winner: M.M. Engineering
College
First Runner Up: MM
College of Medical Science
and Research.
Second Runner Up: M.M.
College of Dental Science
and Research.
WOMEN:
Winner: M.M Engineering
College.
First Runner Up: MM
Institute of Computer&
Business Management (HM).
Second Runner Up: M.M.
College of Dental Science
and Research.

20132014

Intercollege
Cricket
Tournament

March 10-14,
2014

MEN:
Winner: M.M. Engineering
College
First Runner Up: MM
Institute of Computer&
Business Management (HM).
Second Runner Up: MM
College of Nursing

20122013

Intercollege
Volleyball
Tournament

March 5-6,
2013

MEN:
Winner: M.M. Engineering
College
First Runner Up: M.M
Institute of Hotel
Management.
Second Runner Up: M.M.

329

Institute of Medical Sciences


and Research.
WOMEN:
Winner: M.M Institute of
Nursing
First Runner Up: M.M.
Engineering College.
Second Runner Up: M.M
Institute of Hotel
Management.
20122013

Intercollege
Badminton
Tournament

Nov. 05-07,
2012

MEN:
Winner: M.M. Engineering
College
First Runner Up: MM Eng.
College (Integrated Course)
Second Runner Up: M.M.
Institute of Medical Sciences
and Research.
WOMEN:
Winner: MM Institute of
Physiotherapy
First Runner Up: MM
Institute of Computer
Technology & Business &
Management (MCA)

20122013

Intercollege
Cricket
Tournament

Oct. 13-17,
2012

Winner: M. M. Engg
College, Mullana
First Runner Up: M.M
Institute of Nursing.
Second Runner Up: M.M.
Engg College (Integrated
Course)

20122013

Intercollege
Football
Tournament

Oct. 10-12,
2012

Winner: MM Institute of
Computer Technology &
Business Management
First Runner Up: M. M.
Engg. College, Mullana
Second Runner Up: MM
College of Pharmacy

20122013

Intercollege
Basket ball
Tournament

Oct. 03-04,
2012

Winner: M.M. Engineering


College
First Runner Up: MM
Institute of Computer
Technology & Business
Management (MCA)

330

Second Runner Up: MM


College of Dental Science &
Research
WOMEN:
Winner: MM College of
Dental Sciences and
Research
First Runner Up: MM Engg.
College
20112012

Annual
Athletic
Meet
Tournament

March 15-17,
2012

MEN
Winner: M.M. Engineering
College
First Runner Up: College of
Nursing & MM college of
Education.
Second Runner Up: MM
Institute of Computer
Technology & Business
Management (H.M)
WOMEN:
Winner: M.M. Institute of
Nursing
First Runner Up: MM
Institute of Computer
Technology & Business
Management (H.M)
Second Runner Up: College
of Nursing

20112012

Intercollege
Football
Tournament

Feb. 28Winner: March,


2012.

MEN:
Winner: M.M. Engineering
College
First Runner Up: M.M.
Institute of Medical Sciences
and Research.
Second Runner Up: MM
Institute of Computer
Technology & Business
Management (MCA)

20112012

Intercollege
Volleyball
Tournament

Feb. 17-18,
2012.

MEN:
Winner: M.M. Engineering
College
First Runner Up: MM
Institute of Hotel
Management
Second Runner Up: M.M.

331

Engg College (Diploma)


WOMEN:
Winner: MM Institute of
Nursing
First Runner Up: MM
Institute of Hotel
Management
20112012

Intercollege
Squash

Feb. 14-15,
2012.

Tournament

MEN:
Winner: M.M. Engineering
College
First Runner Up: M.M.
Institute of Medical Sciences
and Research.
Second Runner Up: MM
College of Dental Science &
Research.

20112012

Intercollege
Table
Tennis
Tournament

Feb. 6-8, 2012.

MEN:
Winner: M.M. Engineering
College
First Runner Up: M.M. Engg
College (Diploma)
Second Runner Up: MM
Institute of Computer
Technology & Business
&Management (MCA)
WOMEN:
Winner:M.M. Engineering
College
First Runner Up:MM
Institute of Nursing

20112012

Intercollege
Basketball
Tournament

Nov. 15 -17,
2011.

MEN:
Winner:M.M. Engineering
College
First Runner Up:M.M.
Institute of Medical Sciences
and Research.
Second Runner Up:MM
College of Dental Science &
Research
WOMEN:
Winner:MM College of
Dental Science & Research
First Runner Up:M.M.

332

Engineering College
Second Runner Up: MM
College of Nursing
20112012

Intercollege
Cricket

Oct. 10-16,
2011.

Tournament

MEN:
Winner:MM Institute of
Management
First Runner Up:M.M.
Engineering College
Second Runner Up:MM
Institute of Hotel
Management

20112012

Intercollege
Badminton
Tournament

Oct. 3-5, 2011.

MEN:
Winner: M.M. Engineering
College
First Runner Up: M.M.
Institute of Medical Sciences
and Research.
Second Runner Up: MM
Institute of Management
WOMEN:
Winner:M.M. Engineering
College
First Runner Up: M.M.
Institute of Physiotherapy
Second Runner Up: MM
College of Nursing

20102011

Annual
Athletic
Meet

March 29-31,
2011.

MEN
Winner: M.M. Engineering
College
First Runner Up: MM
College of Nursing
Second Runner Up: MM
college of Law
WOMEN:
Winner: M.M. Institute of
Nursing
First Runner Up: MM
College of Nursing
Second Runner Up: MM
college of Education

20102011

Intercollege
Football

March, 11-13,
2011.

MEN
Winner:M.M. Engineering

333

Tournament

College
First Runner Up:M.M.
Institute of Medical Sciences
and Research.
Second Runner Up:MM
College of Dental Science &
Research

20102011

Intercollege
Cricket
Tournament

Feb. 21-27,
2011

MEN
Winner:M.M. Institute of
Management
First Runner Up:MM
College of Dental Science &
Research
Second Runner Up:M.M.
Institute of Medical Sciences
and Research.

20102011

Intercollege
Volleyball
Tournament

Oct. 11-12,
2010.

MEN:
Winner: MM College of
LAW
First Runner Up: M.M.
Engineering College
Second Runner Up: MM
Institute of Management
WOMEN:
Winner: M.M. Engineering
College
First Runner Up: MM
College of Nursing
Second Runner Up: MM
Institute of Management

20102011

Intercollege
Basketball
Tournament

Oct. 4-6, 2010

MEN:
Winner:M.M. Engineering
College
First Runner Up:M.M.
Institute of Medical Sciences
and Research.
Second Runner Up:MM
Institute of Management
WOMEN:
Winner:M.M. Engineering
College
First Runner Up:MM
Institute of Nursing
Second Runner Up:MM

334

College of Dental Science &


Research.
20102011

InterCollege
Squash
Tournament

Sep. 27-30,
2010.

Winner:M.M. Engineering
College
First Runner Up:MM
College of Dental Science &
Research.
Second Runner Up:M.M.
Institute of Management

20102011

InterCollege
Table
tennis
Tournament

Sep. 13-15,
2010.

MEN:
Winner:M.M. Engineering
College
First Runner Up:M.M.
Institute of Medical Sciences
and Research.
Second Runner Up:MM
College of Dental Science &
Research
WOMEN:
Winner:M.M. Institute of
Medical Sciences and
Research.
First Runner Up:M.M.
Engineering College
Second Runner Up: MM
Institute of Management

Participation in Intra University Cultural Events


Session

Event

Date

Participation

20152016

Colosseumm15

25-26
August,2015

Winner M.M.
College Of
Nursing
1st Runner Up
M.M. Dental
College
2nd Runner Up
M.M. Institute
Of Management

335

20142015

Inter-College
Solo Dance
Competition

12-Nov2014

Winner M.M.
Dental College
1st Runner Up
M.M. College
Of Hotel
Management
2nd Runner Up
M.M. Institute
Of Nursing

20142015

Talent Hunt

10 Oct,2014

Winner M.M.
Nursing.
College
1st Runner Up
M.M. Institute
Of Management
2nd Runner Up
M.M. Dental
College

20142015

Drama

13-Sept2014

Winner M.M.
College Of
Pharmacy
1st Runner Up
M.M. Dental
College
2nd Runner Up
M.M. Institute
Of Hotel
Management

20132014

Inter-College
Street Play
Competition

10-Mar2014

Winner M.M.
College Of
Nursing
1st Runner Up
M.M. Engg.
College
2nd Runner Up
M.M. Institute
Of Management

20132014

Inter-College
Dance
Competition

10-Jan-2014

Winner M.M.
Dental College
1st Runner Up
M.M. Nursing
336

College
2nd Runner Up
M.M. Institute
Of Management
20132014

MIME

8-OCT2013

Winner M.M.
College Of
Nursing
1st Runner Up
M.M. Engg.
College
2nd Runner Up
M.M. Institute
Of Management

201213

Inter-College
Mimicry
Competition

12-OCT2012

Winner
M.M.ENGG.
College
1st Runner Up
M.M. College
Of Nursing
2nd Runner Up
M.M. Institute
Of Management

201213

Inter-College
Solo Dance
Competition

12-OCT2012

Winner M.M.
Engg. College
1st Runner Up
M.M. College
Of Pharmacy
2nd Runner Up
Winner M.M.
Institute Of
Management

201213

Inter-College
Street Play
Competition

10-OCT2012

Winner M.M.
Dental College
1st Runner Up
M.M. College
Of Hotel
Management
2nd Runner Up
M.M. Institute
Of Management

337

201011

MIME

13-Nov2010

Winner
M.M.College Of
Education
1st Runner Up
M.M. Institute
Of Management
2nd Runner Up
M.M. Engg
College

201011

Drama

13-Nov2010

Winner M.M.
Institute Of
Management
1st Runner Up
M.M. Engg.
College
2nd Runner Up
M.M. College
Of Education

201011

Rangoli

13-Oct-2010

Winner M.M.
College Of
Education
1st Runner Up
M.M. College
Of Hotel
Management
2nd Runner Up
M.M. Engg.
College

201011

Cartooning

13-Oct-2010

Winner
M.M.Engg.
College
1st Runner Up
M.M. Institute
Of Management
2nd Runner Up
M.M.College Of
Nursing
Winner
M.M.Dental
College

2010-

Poster making

12Oct-2010

1st Runner Up
338

11

M.M.College Of
Hotel
Management
2nd Runner Up
M.M.Institute
Of Management

201011

Debate

12-Oct-2010

Winner
M.M.Engg.
College
1st Runner Up
M.M.Institute
Of Management
2nd Runner Up
M.M.Hotel
Management

201011

Group Western
Dance

29-Sep2010

Winner
M.M.College Of
Pharmacy
1st Runner Up
M.M.Engg.
College
2nd Runner Up
M.M.Institute
Of Management

201011

Group Folk
Dance

29-Sep2010

Winner
M.M.Institute
Of Management
1st Runner Up
M.M.Dental
College
2nd Runner Up
M.M.Engg.
College

201011

Solo Folk
Dance

28-Sep2010

Winner
M.M.Engg.
College
1st Runner Up
M.M.Institute
Of Management
2nd Runner Up
M.M.College Of
339

Nursing
201011

Solo Western
Dance

28-Sep2010

Winner
M.M.Institute
Of Management
1st Runner Up
M.M.College Of
Pharmacy
2nd Runner Up
M.M.Engg.
College And
M.M.Dental
College

201011

Duet

28-Sep2010

Winner
M.M.Engg
College
1st Runner Up
M.M.College Of
Pharmacy
2nd Runner Up
M.M.Dental
College

201011

Quiz

8-Sep-2010

Winner
M.M.Institute
Of Management
1st Runner Up
M.M.Dental
College
2nd Runner Up
M.M.College Of
Physiotherapy

5.3.2

Give details of the achievements of students in co-curricular,


extracurricular and cultural activities at different levels:
University / State / Zonal / National / International, etc. during the
last four years.

340

ACHIEVEMENT OF STUDENTS OF MAHARISHI MARKANDESHWAR UNIVERSITY IN


SPORTS ACTIVITIES ORGANIZED BY INSTITUTIONS OTHER THAN M. M. UNIVERSITY,
MULLANA

S.
NO

SESSION

1.

2014-2015

NAME OF
THE
ACTIVITY/
DATE

ORGANIZED
BY

Inter
University
Kabaddi
Tournament
(North Zone
AIU)

Ch. Charan
Singh
University,

Level
University/St
ate/
National/Inte
rnational

Position/
Participati
on

Inter
University

Participation

University of
Jammu

Inter
University

Participation

Mahatama
Gandhi
University

All India
Inter
University

Participation

Inter
University

Participation

National

Third
position in
volleyball
and
Participatio
n in

Meerut

( Feb. 17-21,
2015)
2.

2014-2015

Inter
University
Badminton
Tournament
(North Zone
AIU)
( Oct. 27-31,
2014)

3.

2014-2015

All India
Inter
University
cross
Country
(Oct. 18,
2014)

4.

2014-2015

Inter
University
T.T
Tournament
(North Zone
AIU)

Kottayam
(Kerala)

Uttarakhand
Technical
University
Dehradun

(Sep 18-20,
2014)
5.

2012-2013

BOSM 2013
(Sep 18-22,
2013)

Birla Institute
of Technology
& Science,
Pilani

341

Squash,
Basketball,
Badminton
.
6.

2012-2013

SPARDHA2013 (Feb.
22-25, 2013)

IIT,BHU,
Banaras

National

First
position in
Squash and
Second
position
in
Volleyball

7.

2012-2013

Chitkara
Sports Meet
2013

Chitkara
University,
Baddi

National

Participatio
n in Basket
ball

National

Participatio
n

(March1517, 2013)
8.

2011-2012

11th M.P.
OPEN
Squash
Championshi
p

L.N.U.P.E
Gwalior

9.

2012-2013

UDGHOSH
12

IIT Kanpur

Participatio
n in
Squash

National

(Sep 27- 30,


2012)

10.

2011-2012

BOSM 2012

Birla Institute
of Technology
& Science,
Pilani

National

First
position in
squash.

11.

2010-2011

Squash All
India Inter
University
Championshi
p, (Neb. 8,
2010)

Squash Racket
Federation of
India

National

Participatio
n

12.

2010-2011

Haryana
State Inter
Technical
University
Basketball
Championshi
p, (Sept 1519, 2010)

Guru
Jambheshwar
University,
Hisar

National

Second
position

13.

2010-2011

BOSM -2010

Birla Institute
of Technology
& Science,

(Sep 15-19,

Nati
onal

342

First
position in
Football

2010)

14.

2010-2011

Manthan
2010

Pilani

and
Second
position in
Squash

S B Institute of
Engg., Jaipur

National

Participatio
n.

(March 25 31,2010)
15.

2010-2011

Sangram2010
(March1114, 2010)

IIT , Roorkee

National

Participatio
n in Table
Tennis,
Badminton
and
Squash.

16.

2009-2010

MNIT Sports
Badminton
Tournament

MNIT Jaipur

National

Participatio
n

G.N. Khalsa
College,
Yamunanagar

National

Participatio
n

GMCH-32
Chandigarh

National

Participatio
n in
Cricket,
basketball,
football,
Table
tennis,
Badminton
and
athletics.

(Feb.19-21,
2010)

17.

2009-2010

Volley Ball
Tournament
(Feb. 12-13,
2010)

18.

2009-2010

Euphoria2010
(Feb 11-14,
2010)

19.

2009-2010

North Zone
Inter
University
Table Tennis
Championshi
p, (Nov 9 14, 2009)

MJP
Rohilkhand
University ,
Bariely

Inter
University

Participatio
n

20.

2009-2010

BOSM- 2009

BITS, Pilani

National

Participatio
n in
football
and
basketball
tournament
.

(Sep15-20,
2009)

343

Following table provides details of achievement of students in


cultural competitions held at various outstation institutions.
ACHIEVEMENT OF STUDENTS OF MAHARISHI MARKANDESHWAR UNIVERSITY IN
CULTURAL ACTIVITIES ORGANIZED BY INSTITUTIONS OTHER THAN M. M.
UNIVERSITY, MULLANA

Sr.

SESSION

NO

1.

20142015

NAME OF
THE
ACTIVIT
Y/ DATE

ORGANIZE
D BY

Level

Confluence
15

NIT,
Kurukshetra

National

Chandigarh
University,
Gharuan

Inter University

Chitkara
University,

Inter University

Participatio
n

Inter University

NUKKAD
NATAKWinner:,

University/Stat
e/
National/Intern
ational

( Feb 1215, 2015)

2.

20142015

Annual
National
Cultural
Fest
(Feb 2021,2015)

3.

4.

20142015

20122013

Explore15
(March 2627, 2015)
Algorythm
14

Position/
Participati
on

Winner:
Position in
Solo
singing
First
Runner Up:
Position in
Theatre
Best Actor
award
Best
Actress
award
First
Runner Up:
Position in
Mono
Acting
Second
Runner Up:
Position in
Mono
Acting
Nukkad
NATAKFirst
Runner Up:
Prize

Rajpura
Chitkara
University,
Baddi

BEST

344

(Sept,2014)

5.

20122013

Utkansh14
(March.
27-30,
2014)

ACTOR

NIT,
Jalandhar

National

NUKKAD
NATAK
Second
Runner Up:
PRIZE
RJ HUNT
Winner:
PRIZE
SKIT
Winner:
PRIZE

6.

Zeitgeist2014

IIT,Ropar

National

NUKKAD
NATAKFirst
Runner Up:

(Oct 911,2014)

SKIT-First
Runner Up:
7.

Thomso14

IIT,Roorkee

National

SKIT-First
Runner Up:

NIT,
KURUKSHE
TRA,

National

LINGAYAS
UNIVERSIT
Y,
FARIDABA
D

Inter University

CHITKARA
UNIVERSIT
Y, RAJPURA

Inter University

Fashion
Parade-First
Runner Up:

AMITY
UNIVERSIT
Y, NOIDA

Inter University

SECOND
RUNNER-UP

(Oct 31Nov2,2014
)
8.

Annual
Cultural
Fest

DREAM
THEATRE
-First Runner
Up:

( FEB 2124, 2013)

9.

ZEST-2013
(FEB 2224,2013)

10.

PRAUDY
OGIKII
2SECOND
RUNNER
UP:
FEB,2013

11.

AMITY
YOUTH
FEST

BATTLE OF
BANDS
-First Runner
Up:

345

(MARCH
2124,2013)
12.

ROBOTIC
S(2012)
(JAN 68,2012)

IIT,BOMBA
Y

National

YOUTH
FESTIVAL

Punjabi
University,

Inter University

Participation

OCT 1820, 2012

Patiala

PULSE
2012(SEPT
1622,2012)

AIIMS NEW
DELHI

National

Participation

15.

EUPHORI
A 2012

GMCH SEC
- 32
CHANDIGA
RH

National

Participation

16.

PULSE
2011

AIIMS NEW
DELHI

National

Participation

17.

EUPHORI
A 2011

GMCH SEC
- 32
CHANDIGA
RH

National

Participation

18.

PULSE
2010

AIIMS NEW
DELHI

National

Participation

19.

EUPHORI
A 2010

GMCH SEC
- 32
CHANDIGA
RH

National

Participation

20.

TARANG

IIT
ROORKEE

National

Participation

PRAGYA
AM 09

SJPMLIE
T

National

Participation

(26-28
MARCH2009)

RADAUR

13.

14.

20092010

20092010

(12-14
MARCH,2
009)
21.

346

5.3.3

Does the university conduct special drives/campaigns for students


to promote heritage consciousness?
Educational visits are arranged to the places of historical importance to
make the students understand the significance of our heritage and
create consciousness towards its preservation.

5.3.4

How does the university involve and encourage its students to


publish materials like catalogues, wall magazines, college
magazine, and other material? List the major publications/
materials brought out by the students during the last four
academic sessions.
The University encourages its students in publication of their literary
work in various forms like books, technical notes and social media
platforms. Examples of some of the works are as follows:
Sr.
NO

INSTITUTE

MAJOR PUBLICATIONS/MATERIAL
BROUGHT OUT BY STUDENTS

1.

MMEC

ALIBI poetry book by students. (Mr. Roshan


Yadav, Mr. Arish Dhawan, Mr. Tajinder
Singh)

2.

MMEC

Microstock Magic: How to sell your


photographs online. - Ankit Neerav (ASINB009BVDCDQ)

3.

MMEC

Unravelling Paleo: Interviews with Dr. Loren


Cordain, Robb Wolf & Nell Stephenson.
(ASIN- B00GKR74LU)

4.

MMEC

35 Great Recipes you wish your mother


made! - Co-Author with Dan Alatorre (Sales
Manager
in
Multiple
Fortune
500
Companies) ASIN - B00KGDIW6U

5.

MMEC

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5.3.5 Does the university have a Student Council or any other similar
body? Give details on its constitution, activities and funding
The University has a student Advisory Committee include works under
the supervision and control of the Dean Student Welfare for taking care
of the student needs from time to time in the rank of Professor or Head
of the Department. Besides there are societies which organize activities
for students developments like Group discussions, Quiz competitions,
Debate, cultural programs, friendly matches and field visits etc. At
present following societies are working actively:
Sr.
No.

5.3.6

Society
1.

Resonance society.

2.

Trozan society.

3.

Chemical society.

4.

Mechanical Engineering Society

5.

CECHO IT Legacy.

6.

Skyscrapers technical society for civil engineers.

7.

ECE society

8.

Green planet saviours (GPS) environmental society of


MMU

9.

ISTE Student chapter.

10.

Institution of Engineers (India) student chapter

11.

Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)

12.

Student Nurses Association (SNA)

Give details of various academic and administrative bodies that


have student representatives on them. Also provide details of their
activities
The University is having various academic and administrative bodies
that have student representatives on them. Some of the following are as
under:
Sr.
No.

Name
of
Academic/
administrative
body that have
student

List of activities conducted

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representatives
1.

Alumni
Association

To conduct Alumni Meet


regularly

2.

Student
Coordinators
for Mentoring
Session

Counselling Sessions

3.

Academic
Coordinator

Organising Expert lectures

Organizing Industrial Trip

Organizing Technical Events

Yoga

Meditation

Organize Blood Donation


camp organized Social
Outreach activities

4.

5.

6.

7.

NSS

Anti-Ragging
Committee

Indian Society
of Technical
Education

Academic:
Literary
Societies
/Clubs/ Subject
Societies,
Editorial Board

Student members of the anti


ragging committees help in
preventing ragging by
interacting with their class
mates/hostel mates

Group Discussion

Sudoku

Aptitude Test

Chess

Dare To click

Treasure Hunt

Technical Paper
Presentation

Workshops

Debates, declamation, Paper


presentation

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8.

Legal Literacy
Club

9.

Women Cell

10.

Hostel
Committee

11.

Gender
Sensitization
Committee

Organize legal awareness


camps at different villages
and towns

Organizing the seminars


related to woman
empowerment

Organizing workshops on
sexual Harassment and
Atrocities against
Women.

To promote awareness
about sexual harassment
through educational
initiatives that encourages
and fosters a respectful
and safe campus
environment.

The Committee will actively


participate in (or collaborate
with) the Wardens in the
routine functioning .and
organising of all activities of
the Hostel to ensure smooth
running of the Hostel
activities.

Workshop on Crime
Against Women

International Womens
Day by organizing a
multi-event program

Guest lecture on Legal


Rights of Women

Declamation
Competition on
Atrocities on Women
with Special Reference
to Delhi Rape Case.

Women Empowerment

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Awareness Drives

CRITERION
VI:
MANAGEMENT

6.1

Beti Bachao Beti


Padhao Awareness
campaigns,

GOVERNANCE,

LEADERSHIP

AND

Institutional Vision and Leadership

6.1.1 State the vision and the mission of the university.


Vision Statement:
To develop better than the best professionals for the economic development
of the country.
Mission Statement:
To prepare students with an integrated and technology oriented education
for a better career and to be worthy citizens of a global society.
6.1.2

Does the mission statement define the institutions distinctive


characteristics in terms of addressing the needs of the society, the
students it seeks to serve, the institutions tradition and value
orientations, its vision for the future, etc.?
Yes. The Vision and Mission constantly inform the Universitys
commitment to transform itself into a premier seat of knowledge and
learning. Towards this, the University employs multiple time-tested
approaches exemplified by its wide range of courses aimed at imparting
practical knowledge based education and comprehensive efforts in serving
the society, as well as novel approaches reflected in its academic
initiatives.
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Having been acutely aware of societal needs especially in the Indian


context, the University has aimed at creating a niche for itself as a place
where betterment and advancement of human culture forms the defining
aspect of its functioning. This quintessential spirit runs through and
guides the functioning of the University and its forward march.
In catering to the needs of its primary stakeholders, namely the students,
the mission statement has been envisioned in accordance with their
holistic and long-term needs. While integrated and holistic education form
the cardinal impetus for students growth, keeping them abreast with and
imparting necessary skills in emerging technologies is equally motivated
by the mission statement. The other hallmark characteristic informed by
the mission statement entails preparing students to be global citizens with
no cultural or other barriers. The mammoth presence of international
students from more than twenty countries on the campus, their constant
interaction with Indian students, and acquainting and training of Indian
students to deal with global challenges are a testimony to how the mission
statement caters to the needs of its students towards making them
international citizens.
The University has always strived to build a tradition of academic
excellence. While its mission is driven by strong values that run through
all its functions, efforts are made to inculcate the same among its students.
The mission statement is intimately connected to the Universitys vision
for the future. Apart from continuing to prepare best professionals for the
economic development of the country, the future vision in its perspective
plan entails expansion in other domains of academic milieu and efforts to
reach out to larger sections of the society.
6.1.3

How is the leadership involved


in ensuring the organizations management system development,
implementation and continuous improvement?
The University has a culture of strong transformational leadership that
spearheads management system development, implementation and
constant amelioration. It is worth noting that at the highest level, the
University leadership comprises of distinguished leaders in academia,
research and administration.
The Vice Chancellor forms the highest embodiment of Academic
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of the University management system that ensures smooth functioning


of all university affairs.
He in his capacity as the chairman of Board of Management, Academic
Council, Planning & Monitoring Board and Finance Committee is fully
involved in development of various systems and ensuring their
continuous improvement. In his effort, he is fully supported by
Registrar, Deans, Directors, Principals, and Heads of departments apart
from the sponsoring body.
Additionally, the University has in place a strong Internal Quality
Assurance Cell (IQAC) that well complements the aforementioned
policy-forming process.
in interacting with its stakeholders?
The University identifies following parties as its absolutely valued
stakeholders: A) Students; B) Parents; C) Faculty and staff members;
D) Alumni E) The Industry; and F) The society and the Nation at large.
Stakeholders have immediate and direct access to all tiers of
leadership.
Orientation program marks the start of interaction with students and
continues through each stage of their professional life until they
become leaders in their respective fields. The Leaderships interaction
with students is characterised by the following elements:
a) Easy and direct access to the Leadership;
b) Interaction with individual student mentors that addresses all aspects
of students professional life;
c) Interaction that also has university, societal and nation building
elements in it;
d) Formal and informal student feedback;
e) Suggestions received from students through suggestion boxes
available in every building;
f) Student Welfare Department ensuring continued interaction with
students and paying heed to their problems on a daily basis.
Parents are interacted with at the time of admission, as well as being
kept abreast with students academic development at regular intervals
of time, in person as well as through departmental correspondence.
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Further, there is also a system of having parents feedback on various


issues. Student mentor also remains in touch with the parents.
Furthermore, the University is aware of the widening gap between the
academia and the industry and how is it a lacuna in national
development and a challenge in student training. Towards bridging this
gap the University from time to time creates and sustains formal
relationships with the Industry through myriad initiatives at the
interface of academia and industrywith direct participation of
students. Such activities at the University are exemplified by
Management Development Programs (MDP), Industry Research
Projects (IRP), conclaves, and campus placements, while also
involving from time to time industry experts to interact with students.
Also, there is a well-developed system of regular meetings of the
faculty and staff with Principals and HODs.
in reinforcing a culture of excellence?
The University Leadership sets the tone on all levels for
comprehensive endeavours and progress toward excellence in every
segment. The efforts of the Leadership in creating and sustaining a
strong culture of excellence is regularly reflected in institutions as well
as faculty members at the University winning awards of excellence
from time to time. The Leadership, through direct and constant
interaction with stakeholders (especially students and faculty members)
and through policy making and reforms ensures steady progress
towards excellence. The Leadership also motivates students and faculty
members to work towards excellence and rewards excellence in their
work. Excellence in teaching and research form the chief areas for
inculcating and reinforcing a culture of excellence, with these two
areas guiding excellence in all other University affairs. Students work
closely with faculty members and are often their partners in research.
Students are encouraged and provided assistance with for presenting
their works and participating in conferences, symposia, seminars and
colloquiums. The Leadership motivates faculty members for excellence
in teaching and research. The IQAC and Academic Audit System
undertakes a comprehensive quality analysis in teaching and research
through regular academic audits, Faculty Development schemes,
progress in students learning outcomes, and student feedbacks.
in identifying organizational needs and striving to fulfil them?
The Leadership, guided by Universitys Vision and Mission, creates
policies conducive to identifying organisational needs and ways of
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working towards meeting the same with excellence. The Leadership


also creates a reciprocal culture of mentorship and regular in-depth
feedback from all stakeholders. This feedback forms the second
element in identifying organisational needs.
As a third element in the process, the Leadership checks the outcomes
of individual department faculty meetings.
6.1.4

Were any of the top leadership positions of the university vacant


for more than a year? If so, state the reasons?
No post vacant

6.1.5

Does the university ensure that all positions in its various statutory
bodies are filled and meetings conducted regularly?
According to the provisions made by the UGC in its guidelines of
2010 as well as MOA of this University, all the positions including
outside experts, UGC Nominee, Academicians / Educationists etc.
besides internal members, are filled from time to time as & when
required keeping in view of term of the respective bodies viz. Board of
Studies, Faculties, Academic Council, Planning & Monitoring Board,
Board of Management. The meetings of the said bodies are conducted
regularly as per requirement of the UGC guidelines and MOA. The
attendance of the present members in their meetings are duly got
marked in the Attendance Registers maintained for this purpose.

6.1.6

Does the university promote a culture of participative


management? If yes, indicate the levels of participative
management.
Yes. Different committees and bodies are constituted at multiple
levels and it is ensured that each hierarchy of people is heard and
has a say in decision making process. A multilayered hierarchy of
bodies ensures a structured approach to participative management.
Apart from other members from outside the University set up, the
Board of Management (BoM) consists of two deans, one professor
and one associate professor; Planning and Monitoring Board (PMB)
comprises of all the deans of faculties; The Academic Council has
all the deans, heads of departments, ten professors, two associate
professors and two assistant professors as its members. In addition
to BOS, Faculty, DRC in Dept./Institution, Women Cell, AntiRagging Cell, Hostel Committees, Grievance Redressal Committee,
have appropriate representation of students and faculty members.

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The University also endeavours to serve the industry through


various consultancy works and offers a handsome share of the
revenue to its faculty members. This is expected to contribute
towards bridging the industry-academia gap.

6.1.7

Give details of the academic and administrative leadership


provided by the university to its affiliated colleges and the
support and encouragement given to them to become
autonomous.
NA

6.1.8

Have any provisions been incorporated / introduced in the


University Act and Statutes to provide for conferment of degrees
by autonomous colleges?
NA

6.1.9

How does the university groom leadership at various levels? Give


details.

The University encourages and guides its constituent colleges


to groom leadership at various levels. The management of the
university always encourages the involvement of the staff in
building up the quality of the institution.
There is a conducive environment for our faculty and staff to
grow and transform at various levels. The faculty discharge
many additional duties apart from teaching such as mentoring,
laboratory In charges, academic auditors and members of
various committees at the departmental and institutional level.
University holds and encourages participation of faculty in the
following activities such as FDP, Refresher courses,
Conferences, Workshops and many in-house technical events
for grooming leadership qualities amongst them. At the HODs
level, they are given autonomy to set defined objectives and to
accomplish those in a timely fashion utilizing the potential of
the faculty in an effective manner. Moreover self-appraisal is
taken to ascertain the outcome as well.

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Constituent colleges have various different committees such as


Academic Committee, Advisory Committee,
Discipline
Committee, Examination Committee, Women welfare
committee, Anti ragging committee, Mentor Committee,
Social Media Committee, etc. for smooth working of the
individual constituent colleges as well as a part of development
activity. All committees are constituted with a judicious mix
of younger faculty members under supervision of highly
experienced senior members so that the younger members of
the faculty imbibe the ethos and work culture of the college
and get groomed for leadership. The middle order faculty
members with Expertisation are groomed for leadership roles
by entrusting them with the responsibility of an office. Such a
systematic arrangement is helping in institutional harmony and
growth. Awards and laurels are instituted for the best working
Committee as well as for the staff members involved. Apart
from this, the constituent colleges conduct various programmes
to groom leadership quality among the employees working in
the respective colleges.
The
Principal/Director,
administrative
officers
and
coordinators of various committees are encouraged to attend
leadership training programmes organized by different
organizations. Faculty members from the respective
department are also motivated to participate in national and
international seminars and training programs to strengthen
leadership roles. Respective departments also conduct various
Seminars, Conferences and Workshops to update their
knowledge among their faculty members as well as for the
students when they have also opportunity to play leadership
role in organizing the said academic programme.
Following are some of the initiatives:
*Student Leadership:
The University has a student Advisory Committee which
works under the supervision and control of the Dean Students
Welfare for taking care of the student need from time to time.
A Mentor system is working in the department where a teacher
in-charge is responsible for about 9-10 students to discuss and
deliberate on student problems on campus and suggest
solutions to student problems. They work on issues related to
the campus and disseminate the decision to the entire student
body. The proctors and the resident hall supervisors of all
hostels play an active role in improving the quality of the
residential life on campus. They mentor the new entrants and
induct them into system with ethos. Students are also involved
for various tasks. The student representatives are a part of
various Committees as Disciplinary Committee, Reception
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Committee, Hospitality Committee and help the administration


in maintaining discipline. The students residing in Hostels are
members of various committees of Hostel administration
looking after day to day working of the Hostel maintenance,
mess and other needs. In the process students are also goomed
with element of leadership having a positive approach on
contentious issues.
*Developing Women Leaders:
University is very keen in developing women leaders so the
curriculum is designed in a way and restructured as to develop
the intellectual, entrepreneurial and managerial skills among
our students. Expansion of programmes by conducting various
developmental programmes which should be relevant to the
women in the changing needs of the society and equips them
with expertise necessary so that they can accept the global
challenges. In addition to a dynamic curriculum, the girl
students are provided with unique opportunities for grooming
their personality and prove their potentials.
6.1.10

Has the university evolved a knowledge management strategy? If


yes, give details.
Knowledge Management strategy has consciously been created at the
University and its various components practised duly.

6.1.11

Research generated at the University is disseminated through


journals published by the University as well as through
external resources.
Library database of the same is maintained and the whole
edifice of knowledge is made available to students, faculty as
well as interested members of the society at large through
librarys membership.
Furthermore, patents and copyrights are applied for and have
been granted to faculty members for their contribution to
knowledge creation.
Another essential component of Knowledge Management
strategy at the University entails serving the current and
emerging needs of the industry through consultancy and
industry outreach programs such as Management
Development Programs and Industry Research Projects.

How are the following values reflected in the functioning of the


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university?
*

Contributing to national development

Fostering global competencies among students

Through such projects as NSS and Project Sarvodaya the University


creates and reinforces a culture of values that contribute to national
development by serving relevant sections of the society.
In addition, the University makes efforts to identify current and
emerging national issues that need immediate attention of the
academia and contributes toward the same. This is exemplified by
real contribution of the University to the nations energy problem
by having live major student projects on biofuels.
The University also undertakes such projects as AIDS awareness
programs, blood donation programs from time to time.

Global competencies are part of direct formal training (as included


in the syllabi), as well as requisite steps are undertaken to make
students able citizens of the global society. Through the
Universitys international tie-ups our students stand to gain
international academic exposure, which in turn stands them in good
stead in global job market.
Students are encouraged and provided with assistance in various
forms to participate and contribute to international seminars,
conferences, colloquia and symposia.
Students participate and contribute to international academic and
research events of repute such as a recent participation at NASAs
technical project on aircraft design. Every year 1015 students
participate in aircraft designing and fabrication competition
organised and conducted at NASA, USA.
The University also invites students from foreign universities to
participate in campus events. University has its own stout body of
international students from more than twenty countries seeking
education through various degree programs.
Inculcating a sound value system among students
The University has a twofold approach to inculcating sound value
system among students. First, various essential segments of value
system are identified. Then, through practical projects such as NSS
events, community programs like tree plantation drive, campus
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cleaning activities, and environmental awareness programs, the


University strives to inculcate corresponding values in its students.
Values such as caring for the needy, appreciation of the knowledge
acquired, concern for nations problems, honesty in academic
conduct etc are inculcated in students through relevant platforms.
*

Promoting use of technology

Technology runs through every aspect of University functioning,


from teaching to dissemination of knowledge. The University has
language labs, biometric attendance of staff members and students,
strong e-mail culture, ICT, and on-line assessment system.
The University has MoU with NPTEL for use of educational
resources.
The campus is wi-fi.
University has the required software programs in labs.
Furthermore, students are given practical training in relevant aspect
of technology in order to enhance their employability skills.
Quest for excellence
The University-jointly with its stakeholders-seeks to achieve
excellence in all domains of education, research and training.
The testimony to this quest for excellence is reflected in such
measures as:
a) Regular revision of syllabi;
b) Offering platform to students to gain exposure to latest and
emerging areas in different fields. For instance, a much-needed
platform to gain an exposure to the revolutionary field of Cognitive
Sciences has been provided to students. Also, while paying attention
to a new trend, a subject in Business Intelligence is also offered to
students.
c) The University makes visible efforts to inculcate the spirit of
excellence in all its stakeholders, which then expected to get reflected
in its affairs and progress. This commendable culture at the
University has fetched a myriad accolades in terms of faculty awards,
research funds, copyrights, patents, invitation to industry and other
universities as experts, etc.
d) The Universitys affairs are also informed by guidelines framed by
national and international organisations that encourage excellence in
education.
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6.2

Strategy Development and Deployment

6.2.1

Does the university have a perspective plan for development? If


yes, what aspects are considered in the development of policies
and strategies?
The University MOA approved by UGC provides for the following
authorities of the University wherein decision are made from time to
time for implementation of its vision and mission:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Board of Management (BOM)


Academic Council (AC)
The Finance Committee (FC)
The Faculties
The Planning & Monitoring Board

The BOM is the apex decision-making body of the University. The


Academic Council is the principal academic body of the University.
The Academic Council takes all policy decision and exercises
general supervision over all academic matters of the University. The
Finance Committee examines the accounts and submits the annual
budget to the BOM. The various Faculties co-ordinate teaching and
research work in the teaching department.
The Vice Chancellor is the Chief Executive and Academic Head of
the University and gives effect to the decisions of various
authorities. The Registrar, who is the Chief Administrative Officer
and custodian of the university records, works directly under the
superintendence, direction and control of the Vice-Chancellor. All
other officers discharge respective duties in accordance with the
provisions of the statutes, ordinances and under the guidance of the
Vice-chancellor.
The University has its own perspective plan for academic
development and all relevant aspects that are considered essential in
the development of policies and strategies, include, vision and
mission, teaching and learning, research and development,
community engagement, human resource planning and development
, industry interaction and internationalization of academics.
*Vision and mission
The perspective plan for development and its every aspect is
broadly guided by progressive and forward-looking spirit of

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Universitys Vision and Mission statements. A plan that caters to


immediate and future goals of the University is meticulously
devised and the policies and strategies therein are worked upon.
*Teaching and Learning
Perspective plan for teaching and learning lays special focus on
latest educational reforms and their timely, effective and smooth
incorporation in teaching and learning.
* Research and Development

The University has developed MoU with national research labs


and research projects supervised conjointly with these labs are
undertaken.
The University encourages faculty members for presenting their
works in national and international conference and duly reward
their work through different prizes.
The perspective plan for development has recommendations for
instituting more rewards for faculty research.

*Community Engagement
Universitys broad vision identifies community as a stakeholder.
The University understands it as its responsibility to serve the
communitys needs in every way possible by initiating reciprocal
relationship with the community. Free health checkup camps are
organized for community from time to time. Health services to
underprivileged members of community are provided at
concessional rates. Under Hoonar Se Rojgar scheme different
employability skills are taught to community members. It is
planned to engage the community further in policies of the
government like Swachha Bharat Abhiyaan, Beti Bachao Beti
Padhao etc.
*Human Resource Planning and Development
Built through a deep sense of care and awareness of the vital
importance of human resource development, the University has a
plan that caters to its various aspects. Doing so is considered an
imperative in Universitys perspective plan for development. The
plan includes ways to attract and retain best talent. Training and
professional development is imparted to human resource to
upgrade their knowledge base and deal effectively with new
challenges at workplace by acquiring new and necessary
competencies from time to time. Development Programs are
organized for staff in the campus from time to time. Staff members
are also encouraged to participate in as well as contribute to
similar programs in other universities. Furthermore, one-on-one
meetings with staff are made to understand their individual
problems and offer help in order for them to be in best position at
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workplace. There are recreational facilities available on campus


for staff. University is further planning to employ faculty members
from other countries for offering global expertise to its students.
*Industry Interaction
The University makes it a point to have constant and close
interaction with the industry in various forms and this has fetched
twofold benefits both to the industry and to the University.
Through different programs aimed at industry interaction (such as
Management Development Programs) current and emerging issues
in industry are first identified; faculty experts in the university then
develop solution and the industry representatives are invited to the
campus for conclave meetings in which these solutions are
presented to them. Industry experts are invited to the campus to
deliver expert talks and interact with the students. Some of the
experts from industry are also members of various bodies of the
university. It is further planned to increase the duration of Summer
Training for students so that they get better exposure to the
industry and the university is able to work more closely with the
employers.
*Internationalization
A long-term goal of the University is to transcend national
boundaries and emerge on global platform as a hub of education
and research. Towards this the University has an ambitious
internationalization agenda in its perspective plan for
development. The University has a separate Department of
International Education and has appointed a Director of
International Education who leads internationalization of the
University. A significant ground towards this stands covered and
further steps are part of perspective internationalization plan.
6.2.2

Describe the universitys internal organizational structure and


decision making processes and their effectiveness.
Academic Leadership is provided by Vice Chancellor and is
supported by Directors, Principals, Dean Academic Affairs and Head
of Departments. They take care of all activities at the level of
University and faculty. The Directors/Principals give advice,
directions and support to the Heads of various Departments and they
in-turn guide their teaching and non-teaching colleagues. Various
issues are taken up at the Departmental level in their meetings of
Board of Studies.
The decisions taken at the level of faculty and Department Head in
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their Boards of Studies meeting are taken up at the highest level by


Academic Council and necessary action is taken accordingly. In this
manner any Department or faculty can come up with suggestion and
they will be addressed. Similarly for all administrative matters the
any teacher or employee can take the matter to the Director through
his Departmental Head which receives the due attention from the
Administration.
Further, the University has other units like examination, accounts,
library and administration, which are headed by Controller of
Examination, Finance Officer, Chief Librarian and Registrar
respectively. They are further supported by Deputy/Asst. Registrars,
office supt. etc.

6.2.3

Does the university have a formal policy to ensure quality? How


is it designed, driven, deployed and reviewed?
Yes, an all-encompassing and scrupulous quality assurance policy
exists, which safeguards and ensures delivery of high quality
standards on all academic fronts. The two cardinal branches of this
policy are 1) The IQAC, and 2) Live recommendations to draw upon
and employ ISO Quality policy. ISO 9001 certification is granted to
the University for its quest for excellence in quality.
IQAC monitors different quality initiatives such as academic audits,
Faculty Development schemes, students performance etc. The results
of final Examination and students feedback about the faculty
members are analyzed and communicated to concerned Head of the
Departments for corrective measures to be taken, if any. IQAC meets
once a year and discusses issues pertaining to improving the quality
of the teaching-learning processes which include:
Discipline-wise Departmental Research Committee reports.
Analysis of Examination results.
Suggestions/feedback from various stakeholders.
Academic Calendar with the start and end dates.
Centralized System for Examination (Institute wise).
During the academic audit NCs (Non Conformities) are raised, which
are communicated to the concerned Departments for necessary
corrective actions and follow up audits are done to ensure the
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compliance.
6.2.4

Does the university encourage its academic departments to function


independently and autonomously and how does it ensure
accountability?
Yes, University encourages academic departments to function
independently and autonomously. Such practice, it has been observed,
bestows upon academic departments the much needed academic
freedom.
Accountability is ascertained through periodic departmental academic
audits by the Audit Cell and by the Internal Quality Assurance Cell
(IQAC) at the University. Departments are empowered to devise policies
that best suit the interests of respective stakeholders and that are in
accordance with the Universitys Vision and Mission. For a note on
IQAC activities please refer 6.2.3.

6.2.5

During the last four years, have there been any instances of court
cases filed by and against the institution? What were the critical
issues and verdicts of the courts on these issues?
Yes, during the last four years, there have been some court cases filed by
and against the institute on issues involved in the cases like Refund of
Tuition Fees, Cheque Bounce Cases, Suit for Recovery, Writ Petitions in
Punjab & Haryana High Court, Chandigarh and most of the cases have
been settled in our favour.

6.2.6

How does the university ensure that grievances / complaints are


promptly attended to and resolved effectively? Is there a mechanism
to analyse the nature of grievances for promoting better
stakeholder-relationship?
The MM University has constituted the following Grievances/Complaint
Committees for promptly attending the complaints of the students:1. Students Grievances Redressal Cell.
2. Gender Sensitization Committee for Sexual Harassment against
female students and employees of the University.
3. Appointed Ombudsman (Lokpal) for all the Technical Institues of
MM University.
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4. Committee constituted for Sexual Harassment of Women at


workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal Act, 2013) and
Internal Complaint Committee.
All the Departments/Colleges send their complaints of women
students/staff to the above Committee and the same are promptly
attended by these Committees.
The outcome of these complaints are reported by each
college/Department in monthly report sent to the Registrar. In case any
action against a particular person is to be taken, the same is taken at
University level as per rules.
Besides the reports of above Committees are also sent to the State
Govt. or any other Regulating Council as and when they ask for the
same.
A research project titled A study to assess the awareness, satisfaction
and expectations of female students regarding Gender Equality and
Sensitization measures in Campus at Maharishi Markandeshwar
University, Mullana, Ambala, Haryana is under Program is the MM
College of Nursing.
6.2.7

Does the university have a mechanism for analyzing student


feedback on institutional performance? If yes, what was the
institutional response?
Yes, the University has a mechanism for analyzing student feedback on
institutional performance as mentioned below.
All the constituent colleges at the University have a well-defined
system for obtaining the feedback from the students to improve the
performance and quality of the institutional provisions. The Academic
Audit Committee consisting of the teachers from different departments
also collects feedback from the students regarding learning process and
other aspects of college functioning. The whole process is monitored
and carried out by the IQAC in association with Academic Audit
Committee through a Questionnaire prepared for the purpose (which is
based on NAAC recommendations with applicable local condition).
The questionnaire supports in evaluation aspects related to the
curriculum, extra curriculum, infrastructural facilities and student
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support services. The analyzed data from the feedback is then


presented to the Principal/Director and then disseminated to the Heads,
Deans and Coordinators for further action. In order to get feedback
from the prime stake-holders i.e. students and parents, the colleges
have formed various bodies that operate at different levels with their
formulated policies. These perceptive suggestions and much-valued
opinions are highly appreciated for the direction they provide to the
institution to ensure academic meritocracy. The IQAC makes constant
and continuous efforts towards self-assessment, culminating in the
Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR) submitted to NAAC. The
findings of the IQAC are regularly taken up for deliberations and
follow up action at various levels: department-level, institutional-level,
and university-level. Inputs from students (through student feedback
mechanisms), mentors, parents (Frequent visits), and employers
(Informally from contacts with employers representatives, and
formally through the department conducting a survey or through the
universitys CIR Corporate & Industry Relations department), are
regularly sought, obtained, analyzed, and improvement actions are
undertaken where appropriate in terms of updates to policy changes,
management strategies, administrative processes, academic transaction
processes, infrastructure & facilities, etc.
The Alumni Committee of various departments obtained inputs from
its alumni students who are employed in various organizations to
improvise the overall competency of the students for employability.
The information obtained from the feedback, are then considered by
the management, their viability discussed and measures taken to make
the optimum utilization of its resources.
Measures Adopted in Pursuance of Feedback obtained from
students, faculty and non-teaching Curricular Aspects:

6.2.8

Initiation of Personality Development Classes for students.


Regular engagement of classes
Spoken English and Communication Skills classes for students
Provision for Computer classes to increase the proficiency.
Classes for GPAT/MAT and other similar competitive exams.
Expansion of transport system
Infrastructural Improvement
Preparing the student charter

Does the university conduct performance audit of the various


departments?

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Yes, the University periodically conducts performance audit of the


various department. This crucial task is undertaken by Universitys IQAC
Cell. In addition to the yearly review of all departments by IQAC,
academic audits are conducted twice a year by teachers of the rank of
Associate Professor and above. Further, the labs are also audited once a
year.
6.2.9

What mechanisms have been evolved by the university to identify the


developmental needs of its affiliated institutions?
NA

6.2.10

Does the university have a vibrant College Development Council


(CDC) / Board of College and University Development (BCUD)? If
yes, detail its structure, functions and achievements.
NA

6.3

Faculty Empowerment Strategies

6.3.1

What efforts have been made to enhance the professional development


of teaching and non-teaching staff?
University organizes development programs for teaching and non-teaching
staff at the university and departmental level. It focuses on teaching
methodology and also on technical areas of respective departments.
Some of the prominent aspects of this effort include the following:
i) Teaching staff are encouraged to and assisted with networking with
academic and research institutions in India and overseas.
ii) Teaching staff are encouraged to seek memberships and contribute to
works of professional bodies in their respective fields.
iii) Teaching staff are encouraged to render professional services such as
being on editorial boards of research journals, to and organize professional
events such as seminars, conferences and colloquiums, and to participate in
academic programs organized at other University of repute.
iv) University also strongly encourages teaching staff to contribute to inhouse journals published by the University as well as those published by
other publishers of repute.
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In addition to the above, faculty members acquaintance is made with highimpact teaching strategies, which are drawn from latest research in
education and latest educational reforms. A hallmark of the University has
been imparting professional training to its faculty members as regards
pedagogical techniques that have emerged through relevant research as
high-impact techniques. University also offers professional training to
teaching staff on using different pedagogical approaches depending on the
teaching content at hand. This way, the faculty members are conceptually
and practically well-equipped to determine and practice different
pedagogical approaches.
Staff members are also given sessions on time management and stress
management.
More than 250 programs for teaching and non-teaching staff have been
conducted since 2007.
6.3. 2 What is the outcome of the review of various appraisal methods used by
the university? List the important decisions.
The University exercises a stringent and comprehensive appraisal system.
Each faculty member is required to fill in a Self Appraisal Report for each
academic year, which highlights the teaching performance, research
progress and the participation in other institutional and university activities
like NSS, Sports and Cultural events, innovative practices adopted
contributions to academics etc. Based on this report the performance of the
faculty is evaluated by Directors/Principals of the Institute.
A review of set of appraisal methods has resulted in following outcomes:
a) It gave a picture of needs of the faculty in terms of their research and
other activities.
b) The University is able to make efforts to identify and meet such needs to
encourage the faculty.
c) It has come to fore in the review that the self assessment report is one
amongst the important yardsticks used for the promotion of the faculty.
d) The University is able to add criteria that are in congruence with its
Mission and that are expected to reflect in faculty members performance.
e) It instilled in faculty members a propensity for research and
development.
f) In the review revisions of appraisal methods and criteria therein were
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called for, or so it was felt, and measures to redress the same were taken.
Some of the important decisions of the review of appraisal methods used by
the university are as follows:
a) A need for a more inclusive review process was administered from time
to time.
b) It was decided that an immediate feedback to concerned faculty ought to
be given by reviewers.
c) It was decided to take measures to expedite the appraisal process.
d) It was decided to involve external agencies in appraisal process.
e) A decision to set up an independently functioning Appraisal Cell was
taken.
f) It was decided that actions on feedback of review process be taken
swiftly and transparently.
6.3.3 What are the welfare schemes available for teaching and non- teaching
staff? What percentage of staff have benefitted from these schemes in
the last four years? Give details
The following are the Welfare Schemes available for teaching and non-teaching
staff. Further 75% to 80% staff are availing the benefits of these schemes:
Sr.No.

Type of Scheme

1.

Incentive for the Publication of Research Papers in reputed International


Research Journals published abroad

2.

Financial assistance to the Teachers of MM University for attending the


National/International Conferences/Seminars

3.

Leave at par with Government norms

4.

Leave encashment at the time of retirement

5.

Car facility to Staff Members for official tour

6.

Timely promotion as per Regulating Bodies norms.

7.

Discount in Medical Treatment

8.

Leave Travel Concession (LTC)

9.

Tuition fee concession for 2 dependent children studying in MM Institutions

10.

Reimbursement of fee for membership of professional organizations

11.

Best Teacher Award

12.

CPF and EPF Schemes

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13.

Transport facility for various cities

14.

Internet/Wi-Fi facility to all the Staff

15.

Salary through Bank

16.

Incentive of Rs.5000 on birth of Girl Child in MM Medical College Hospital,


Mullana

17.

Concession in MM Continental Hotel charges

18.

Sports Facility

19.

Free parking facility

20.

Group Mobile (CUG) Scheme on nominal charges

6.3.4 What are the measures taken by the University for attracting and
retaining eminent faculty?
Handsome salary package, Research Opportunities, benefits/perks at par with
Government. Campus accommodation, medical and all other amenities
facilities available in the same campus and attractive welfare schemes.
6.3.5 Has the university conducted a gender audit during the last four years?
If yes, mention a few salient findings.
Yes, the University conducts yearly gender audit. The complete census
report can be produced on request. However, the salient findings of the
audit have been as follows:
a) There is a seemingly steady rise at the University in the female
population opting for engineering programs at undergraduate as well as
graduate level.
b) Gender gap is less conspicuous in management programs compared to
engineering programs at the University.
c) Gender gap is virtually in existent in medical programs offered at the
University, whereas in certain medical programs such as nursing female
population greatly surpasses male population each year.
d) Gender gap is significantly less in PhD programs at the University in all
fields of education.
Note: Based on the salient findings of gender audit the University
undertakes deliberations to construct methods to bridge the gender
gap.

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6.3.6

Does the university conduct any gender sensitization programmes


for its faculty?
The University has constituted Gender Sensitization Committee
against Sexual Harassment (GSCASH) headed by Dr. Jyoti Sarin
(Director Dean Faculty of Nursing) as Chairperson.
The constituent colleges of the University in association with women
cell and GSCASH creates awareness about gender sensitization and
women empowerment by organizing various competitions of Slogan
writing, Mime, Declamation, Debate and quiz, Seminars, Panel
Discussions, etc. Some of the initiatives taken by university through its
constituent colleges are as follows:
Sr.
No.
1.

Institute

M.M. College of
Nursing

Name
of
Gender
Sensitization
Programme
conducted for Faculty
International Womens DayPanel Discussion on
Empowering women
Empowering Humanity
Picture it
Gender Sensitization Lecture
at College level.
Panel Discussion on Equality
for Women in Progress for
All
Panel Discussion on
Violence against Women
Panel Discussion on
Connecting Girls, Inspiring
futures
Panel Discussion on Equal
Access to Education, Training
and Science & Technology:
Pathway to decent work for
Women
Panel Discussion on Equal
Rights Equal Opportunities :
Progress for All
Lecture cum Discussion on
Gender Sensitization
Workshop on Declining Sex
Ratio
Seminar on Dowry as a Social
Evil
Panel Discussion on Sex
Determination Tests And
Falling Sex Ratio in Haryana

Dates
9th March, 2015

6th Oct., 2014


8th March, 2014
8th March, 2013
8th March, 2012
8th March, 2011

8th March, 2010


18th Sept., 2009
27th Aug., 2009
17th Sept., 2008
7th Jan., 2008

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2.

M.M. College of
Nursing in
collaboration with
M.M. Institute of
Nursing

Gender Sensitization Lecture


at University level.

7th Nov., 2014

Department of Law

International Womens DayLecture on Women


Empowerment & Women
Education

March 12,
2015

Declamation Contest on
International Womens Day

March 08,
2011

Seminar on Women
Empowerment

April 7, 2010

3.

Day
31st March
2015

4.

Department of
Mathematics and
Humanities

National Conference
on CONTEMPORARY
SOCIAL ISSUES"

5.

M.M. Engineering
College
M.M. College of
Pharmacy

Oath ceremony against


Female Feticide and Dowry
Handling Eve teasing

12th Nov., 2008

Early marriage- UNICEF


findings Awareness
campaign
Interactive session with
movies show Chak de India
Earn while you learn- an
initiative
Discussion on Working
Women: How to balance
home and work front
Presentation on Women Togetherness and Teamwork
Women- Speaking English
Skill Improvement
Women- Efficient Time
Management
Women Awareness Campaign
in the College- Anti-dowry
Act- An overview
Interactive Session explaining
the Goal of the Cell
Workshop on Crime against
Women.

12th Nov., 2009

6.

7.

Women Cell of the


University

Guest lecture on Legal


Rights of Women.

23rd Jan., 2010

12th Oct., 2009


12th Aug., 2009
19th Dec., 2008
16th Sept., 2008
9th Feb., 2008
12th Aug., 2007
14th July, 2007
5th July, 2007
Sep. 13, 2010
March 8,
2013

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Declamation Competition on
Atrocities on Women with
Special Reference to Delhi
Rape Case.

6.3.7

March 7,
2014

What is the impact of the Universitys Academic Staff College


Programmes in enhancing the competencies of the University
faculty?
NA

6.4

Financial Management and Resource Mobilization

6.4.1

What is the institutional mechanism available to monitor the


effective and efficient use of financial resources?
The Budget Estimates of the University and its Constituent colleges is
being prepared before the start of the financial year and further placed
before the Finance Committee and Board of Management for its
consideration and approval. The progress of the expenditure is
reviewed quarterly.

6.4.2

Does the university have a mechanism for internal and external


audit? Give details?
Yes, the University is conducting internal and external audit of the
accounts of the university regularly and the final statement of accounts
are audited by the Chartered Accountants of the University approved
by the Board of Management on the recommendation of the Finance
Committee.

6.4.3

Are the institutions accounts audited regularly? Have there been


any major audit objections, if so, how were they addressed?
Yes, the Accounts are audited by the internal audit regularly. No major
audit objection has been raised by the audit party.

6.4.4

Provide the audited income and expenditure statement of academic


and administrative activities of the last four years?
The detail of Income and Expenditure of the University for the last four
years is as hereunder:
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Year

Income

Expenditure

(Rs.in lacs)

(Rs.in lacs)

2010-11

11179.25

11288.87

-109.62

2011-12

12811.69

14071.49

-1259.80

2012-13

13642.89

13455.27

187.62

2013-14

14638.15

14112.21

525.94

Net position at the time of closing of the financial


year 2013-14

6.4.5

Surplus/
Deficit
(Rs.in lacs)

-655.86

Narrate the efforts taken by the university for resource


mobilization?
The faculty is encouraged for raising funds through consultancy,
Research projects, Institute Industry linked projects, Short term
courses, vocational training programmes, etc.

6.4.6

Is there any provision for the university to create a corpus fund?


Yes, at the end of each financial year the excess of income over
expenditure is transferred to the corpus fund of the university as is
mentioned in the Balance Sheet.

6.5

Internal Quality Assurance System

6.5.1

Does the university conduct an academic audit of its departments?


If yes, give details.
Academic Audit is conducted twice a year of each department of the
University. A schedule is notified to all the university teaching
departments in advance. Two teachers of the level of at least Associate
Professor from either sister institution allied disciplines are associated
in conducting the audit. Auditors are informed only seven days prior
to the audit.
Academic audit has wide scope but the major records that are checked
and analysed during the academic audit including the following:
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Record of Redressal Grievances


Record of Result Analysis
Record of Research Output
Record of Minutes of the meeting Record
Departmental Appraisal Record
Self Appraisal Record
Alumni Record

Further, every teacher has to show course file, mentor file Research
output and attendance registers to the auditors.
Report on Observations of auditors is sent to respective departments
and departments are required to send the compliance report within a
week.
Additionally, the labs audit is also done once in a year for all instiutes.
6.5.2

Based on the recommendations of the academic audit, what


specific measures have been taken by the university to improve
teaching, learning and evaluation?
Team of auditors check the course files of teachers, which contain their
lesson plans, syllabi, copy of LCD notes, copy of assignments and
previous question papers etc. On the basis of one-to-one interaction
with teachers, auditors give valuable suggestions to them, which are
incorporated and a compliance to this effect is sent to audit department.
Further, mentoring system and result analysis data is also scrutinized
very meticulously, which has resulted in overall improvement in
teaching learning and evaluation process.

6.5.3

Is there a central body within the university to continuously review


the teaching learning process? Give details of its structure,
methodologies of operations and outcome?
Academic Audit cell and IQAC committee are centralized bodies
within the University to continuously review the teaching learning
process. Observation report of auditors is sent to respective department
and the concerned department has to send compliance report within a
week for review by the IQAC.
IQAC consists of internal as well as external members. IQAC review
committee visits every department once a year. Head of every
department needs to give presentation about various teaching learning
aspects, like teaching schedule, no. of hours in year/semester, research
work, result analysis etc. Based on the presentation of department,
IQAC committee gives its comments and department has to submit

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compliance report on that observation report within stipulated period of


time.
6.5.4

How has IQAC contributed to institutionalizing quality assurance


strategies and processes?
IQAC committee consists of highly experienced and distinguished
internal & external members of the level of dean and above. This
committee visits and physically inspects each building and checks
various quality parameters of every department of the University, every
year.
After that, IQAC committee gives observation report to
well as to management. This being a regular process
contributed to the development of departments and
regularly maintaining the records & interacting with
holders has also developed.

6.5.5

department as
has definitely
a culture of
various stock

How many decisions of the IQAC have been placed before the
statutory authorities of the University for implementation?
The report of IQAC had been placed before the Planning & Monitoring
Board of the University. The said Board has authorized the ViceChancellor to consider the report of the Committee. Accordingly, every
year the observations of IQAC are sent to concerned
departments/institutes for compliance and the compliance reports are
finally sent to Honble Vice-Chancellor. Based on the observation of
IQAC, many new initiatives have been taken like holding regular
meeting of Directors/Principals with HODs & faculty meetings.
Further, the decision about encouraging faculty members for their
research output has also been implemented.

6.5.6

Does the IQAC have external members on its committees? If so,


mention any significant contribution made by such members.
Yes, IQAC has a highly experienced and distinguished external
member. Since its formation in 2007, many renowned academicians
like Prof. B.S. Dahiya, Former Vice-Chancellor of Kurukshetra
University, Prof. L.S. Nandeesh, a distinguished Professor of a reputed
institute in Bangalore, Prof. P.K. Bansal, former Director of an
Engineering College in Punjab and Prof. M.M. Goel, Dean from KUK
have been members of IQAC. These highly distinguished and
experienced, external members have given their valuable suggestions

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and recommendations to the different departments. The University has


benefitted a lot from their suggestions made in various domains such as
research, infrastructure, libraries etc.
6.5.7

Has the IQAC conducted any study on the incremental academic


growth of students from disadvantaged sections of society?
IQAC considers the performance of all the students of the University
including in students from disadvantaged sections of society. The
attendance report, result analysis and other distinctions achieved by the
students are put up by the concerned Principals/HODs in their
presentation. However, no separate study has been conducted on the
academic performance of students from disadvantaged section of
society.

6.5.8

What policies are in place for the periodic review of administrative


and academic departments, subject areas, research centres, etc.?
The university has a mechanism for constituting policies for the
periodic review of administrative and academic departments, subject
areas, research centres, etc. As per the existing policies:

Academic audit and lab audit is conducted for the periodic


review of academic departments.
Academic audit is conducted twice a year. In academic audit,
all the records related to functioning of the department as
regards the aforementioned three aspects are checked by
Associate Professors and Professors from other departments at
the University.
Lab audit is conducted once a year. In lab audit, professors of
other institute inspect the labs of department. Auditors check
lab manuals, stock registers, display board etc. Auditors also
check whether items/instruments are in working order or not.

Further, the administrative departments including examination


branch, academic section etc. checked once in a year by IQAC and
ISO auditors.
Criteria VII Invotations and Best Practices
7.1

Environment Consciousness

7.1.1

Does the university conduct a Green Audit of its campus?


The university has already formulated an internal committee
comprising of experts from various domains that will regularly audit
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the university campus for its energy consumption/conservation,


proposals and implementation of use of non-conventional energy
resources, Designing and implementation of Rain Water Harvesting
structures and similar issues. The university will soon conduct an
internal audit followed by an external audit by an external agency.
7.1.2

What are the initiatives taken by the university to make the


campus eco-friendly?
Energy conservation
The university is committed towards energy conservation. The
university buildings have been designed to make full use of the day
light avoiding any requirement of electric lighting. Use of central air
conditioning for the university building has reduced the electric
consumption. Also the use of CFL lamps and tubelights ensures the
minimization of electricity consumption.

Use of renewable energy:


Yes
Rain Water harvesting:
The university is in process of making provision for rainwater
harvesting structures for its entire campus. The goal is to harvest each
and every drop of rain water that falls on the university campus and
utilize it for various purposes. The surplus water during the monsoons
will be recharged into the ground.
Efforts for Carbon neutrality:
Tree plantation drives are conducted regularly in the campus.
Observing Tree Plantation Day, and Worlds Water Day are the regular
features of Green Planet Saviour Society and NSS unit of the
university. These activities along with organizing environmental
awareness programs for faculty and students are some of the efforts
towards Carbon neutrality.

Plantation:
Yes
Hazardous waste management:
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The university adopts the proper techniques to manage hazardous


waste. Fully functional incinerator and zero effluent sewage treatment
plants are there in the university to manage solid waste and waste water
respectively.

E-waste management:
Yes
Any other (please specify):
Following initiatives have been taken towards making and maintaining
university campus as a Green Campus.
The university has been declared as a Smoke Free Campus
The university is having students environmental society named
Green Planet Saviours (GPS) that takes care of various
environmental awareness drives in the campus.
University regularly organizes various programs for staff and
students for enhancing their awareness and concern about the
environment.
University has included an essential subject of environmental
studies at undergraduate level and also offers Master of
Technology in Environmental Engineering, showing the
environmental concern of the university.
University has two sewage treatment plants its own, with the
capacities to treat 1.5 MLD and 1.1MLD of waste water every
day. The treated effluent is utilized for gardening purpose.

7.2

INOVATIONS

7.2.1

Give details of innovations introduced during the last four years


which have created a positive impact on the functioning of the
University.

The University has developed a web based ERP and Bio-Metric


system information portal which is managed by in-house IT team.
The services cover the entire Salary of employees, Student
Enrolment, academic activities related to the collection of
attendance of students in class and internal assessment marks.
Choice based credit System (CBCS) is introduced which helps the
students to choose subjects of their choice by following the CBCS

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guidelines. Fast/slow learners are able to take more/less number of


credits in a semester based on their intellectual capacity.
The mentoring of each student under the care of a Mentor include
monitoring of students performance at academic performance,
participation in extracurricular/sports activities, competitions,
academic events, extension activities, placement, value
inculcation, etc. required for support for further growth or
initiating correction for each student. One mentor is assigned for
20 students and this systems works very well.
Focus is given to improve the quality of education and evaluation.
The faculty are encouraged and sponsored to attend various
seminars/conferences held in different colleges across the country
or abroad so as to inculcate the best practices in education and for
their self-development.
The University conducts internal Academic Audit every six
months to verify whether quality managements system conform to
the quality plan and to determine that it is effectively implemented
and maintained. The scope covers all activities of the quality
system affecting quality of instruction.
The University has a Performance Incentive Scheme for its entire
faculty. The four key result areas identified for improvement
include: teaching quality; professional/career development of
teachers; relation building with industry, alumni and community
and conduct of other co-curricular and extra-curricular activities of
students.

7.3

Best Practices

7.3.1

Give details of any two best practices which have contributed to


better academic and administrative functioning of the Institute.
Best Practices-I
Title of the Practice
1.

Mentoring System

Objectives of the Practice

The goal of the mentoring system is to establish a trusting


relationship with accountability and responsibility between the
mentor and mentee.

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2.

Provides counselling and guidance to the mentees regarding their


career related queries and their personal problems and to
overcome their grievances.

Appraise the mentees about the procedure, schemes, facilities


scholarship/freeship available.

Motivate the mentees to take part in extra co-curricular activities.

The Context
Mentoring is an increasingly popular way of providing guidance and
support to young people in need. Mentoring System in education is
a personal developmental relationship in which an experienced or
knowledgeable teacher (Mentor) counsel and guide the Students
(Mentees) for their overall development. The counselling sessions
establishes the mentor as a coach who provides advice to enhance
the mentees professional performance and development.

3. The Practice

Our mentoring program provides an opportunity to mentees to share


their problems and also put their suggestions and to mentors to help the
future professionals with proper guidance.

Mentor counsel the mentees one to one and assist them with career
exploration, project critiques, and skill building, based on mentees
needs and interests.

The program begins each Semester with a Mentor-mentees allocation


and counseling session which provides an opportunity to the student
and mentor to meet and interact for the first time.

During the semester, mentees share their academic as well as personal


problems with their respective mentor from time-to-time.

In mentoring program, each mentor also arranges counselling session


for the corresponding mentees at least once in 15 days.

Mentor also communicates with the parents/Guardians regarding the


progress telephonically to make aware them about the performance of
their wards once in a month.

Mentor also despatched the progress report to the parents of each


mentee regarding ones attendance record and marks of sessional
examination.

4.

Evidence of Success
Enhances confidence and offers challenges to set higher goals.
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Individual recognition and encouragement.

Access to a support system during critical stages of academic and


career development.

Exposure to diverse perspectives and experiences.

5. Problems Encountered and Resources Required


Sometimes the students given some wrong mobile Nos and email IDs of
their parents.
Case study of a Nursing student
A B. Sc Nursing 1st year (2014-2015) student Ms X was absent in 1st
mentor class held on 19/9/2014. Mentor noticed that Ms X was irregular in
the classes. Certain times she used to come for morning class only. The
Mentor informed the class coordinator about the absenteeism of Ms X. Ms
X discussed certain problems related to medical and family to Mentor and
coordinator (Ms Rashmi). Problems of Ms X were discussed with
psychologist (Ms Jasmeet). With this all Ms Jasmeet carried out various
counseling sessions for Ms X.
In the 1st counseling session, she complained about history of PCOD.
Besides this she had certain family concerns due to which she was not able
to concentrate in her studies. The mentor facilitated her for examination as
well as investigation with gynecologist. On regular basis mentor followed
her up regarding her treatment.
Regular counseling sessions helped her to be regular in her studies and
improved her confidence and self-esteem. Ms X express positive outcomes
in her follow up sessions i.e. positive outlook towards life, much relaxed
and confident.
Best Practices-II
Title of the Practice
1.

Pre-placement Online Mock-Test Series

Objectives of the Practice

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The main goal of the practice is to transform the students into well
qualified professional through the committed pattern of instruction
and well designed curriculum.

To train the students to appear for campus placement drives with


confidence.
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2.

To improve the students performance at competitive examinations.

The Context

The Mock-Test Series is helped to reduce the pressure on the students


at the time of campus placement drives, as the students will have to sit
for multiple tests throughout the year, thereby decreases the
accumulated stress of placement drives in the students.

Their skills are sharpened and chiseled keeping in view the patterns of
the placement drives.

They are given question bank prepared by the expert faculty. This has
helped them to attain their targets in a better way.

To make the summative question paper more objective, it is imperative


that a quality question bank is available in all subjects. This
necessitated the creation of the question bank for summative
assessment on objective questions or MCQs.

3. The Practice

4.

The Mock-Test Series is implemented to evaluate the skills of students


in a subject and to make them know how much they have been through.

The students get a wealth of valuable guidance and feedback from the
teachers on regular basis.

The Institute ensures that the students are provided with the questions
framed by the experienced faculty of the institute.

Evidence of Success

Students learn through a process of trial and error and examinations,


which are an important part of learning process for students, the
feedback on their performance has greatly contributed to their progress
down the line.

The question bank consists of a pool of validated multiple choice and


objective questions.

Questions comprising three cognitive levels of learning, viz.,


knowledge, understanding and higher ability to implement.

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Completion of syllabi since the teaching faculty gets engaged in the


conduction of mock-test series.

The Institute required the infrastructure in the shape of Computer


Systems, Server and Supporting Staff, which was arranged.

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