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SDG09- Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

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MRIIRS is dedicated to fostering innovation and actively encourages various efforts aimed at generating and disseminating knowledge. The university has established a strong innovation ecosystem, where young, creative minds are nurtured, and their innovative capabilities are harnessed within an academic setting. This environment contributes solutions to numerous challenges faced by both society and industry.


  • Research and Ecosystem

MRIIRS is on a mission to drive positive change in society by promoting relevant and high-quality research to attain innovation and technological advancement to achieve sustainable development. Faculty members, staff, and students play a vital role in advancing these goals. To support their efforts and Research culture at the university, comprehensive policy for Research, innovation, and incubation, including Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs), is readily accessible on our website. This policy serves as a blueprint for creating a dynamic and resilient ecosystem right here on our campus.

Publications: In the onward research journey at MRIIRS, efforts have been undertaken to not only seed the culture of research but also to achieve substantial momentum by achieving more than 2588 research publications in Scopus and Web of Science apart from several in PubMed, UGC care.

Research Projects: The university has been recognized for its research acumen at State Government level, as reflected in award of State Government Projects on National Flagship Programs namely Jal Jeevan Mission (JJM) and Atal Bhujal Yojna. In Jal Jeevan Mission (JJM),the university participated as State Implementation Support Agency (SISA) for Public Health Engineering Department (PHED) with funding of Rs 47.53 lacs for the year 2021-22 and has been given extension for one more year i.e., 2022-23. In Atal Bhujal Yojna Atal Jal, MRIIRS is associated as District Implementation Partner (DIP) with Water Resource and Irrigation for Atal Bhujal Yojna Atal Jal having Faridabad and Palwal Districts as work domains with funding of Rs 7.73 Crores for a period of 4 years. Other prime research projects awarded are from Department of Biotechnology, GoI with Regional Centre for Biotechnology (RCB) with funding of Rs. 15 lacs (7.5 + 7.5 each) and Department of Nutrition & Dietetics of Rs. 21.7 lacs from NFSM- ICAR, GoI apart from several other government and non-government funded projects.

Patents: Obtaining patents is regarded as a more advanced form of research. During the 2022-23 academic year, both faculty members and students made significant contributions, resulting in a total of 86 patents, including 20 granted patents.

Consultancy: At Manav Rachna Campus we encourage our faculty members to invest their academic acumen and applied research that leads to career building of an individual as a consultant and excitement of creating and nurturing a new concrete experience of satisfaction. The process was streamlined, with improved institutional support in terms of financial budget execution, auditing, and intellectual property rights (IPR) management. This was achieved through alignment with the Department of Accounts & Audit (CAD) and the IPR cell. The policy, titled “MRIIRS Policy and Procedures for Consultancy and Corporate Training,” was officially notified on website.

Upside the facility, during the year 21-22 consultancy of Rs. 299.53 Lakhs was carried out which includes corporate trainings. For the year 2022-23 , the significant Consultancy has been awarded from Vedanta Cairns Oil & Gas Ltd for next 3 years to the value of Rs 2.23 Crores.

  • Innovation and Incubation Centre

Manav Rachna Innovation and Incubation Centre (MRIIC) is an initiative aimed at fostering and supporting the growth of knowledge-based and technology-driven startups. It does so by providing guidance, mentorship, and assistance to students, encouraging them to break free from the confines of traditional educational systems. This centre acts as a shared platform where students from various disciplines, both in engineering and non-engineering fields, collaborate to develop innovative and creative projects.

The centre has secured support from the Government of India-funded NewGen Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development Centre (NewGen IEDC) to facilitate the process of students turning their ideas and innovations into commercially viable ventures. Additionally, the centre benefits from the active involvement of an enthusiastic Entrepreneurship Development Cell, which is entirely student-run. This cell is responsible for organizing regular workshops and seminars on entrepreneurship, with a focus on identifying budding innovators at the grassroots level and guiding them in their journey toward becoming successful entrepreneurs.

MRIIC operates as an incubator that is not limited to any particular industry, welcoming student ideas through a rigorous screening process. Once selected, students receive comprehensive support, including access to state-of-the-art prototyping equipment and software to bring their business ideas to life. Each chosen student startup is eligible for a prototype development grant of up to Rs. 2.5 lakhs.

  • Industry Partnerships

MRIIRS boasts state-of-the-art research facilities, including modern laboratories, well-equipped libraries, and access to extensive online resources along with industry integrated centre of excellences such as Centre for Advanced Water Treatment Board, Mitsubishi electric India, Honda, and Microsoft to pursue the research in their area of expertise. To make it easier for researchers to access e-resources, MRIIRS has set up a center with Springer and Nature. This means that students and faculty can easily reach and use a wealth of electronic research materials and publications from these reputable sources. It’s a valuable resource for research and academic pursuits at MRIIRS. MoU’s with numerous industries such as Microsoft, Intel, Electric One, Mitsubishi Electric India, HCL and Infispark aiming to offer students and faculty members valuable exposure by means of hands-on experience, training, and workshops.

MRIIRS is also equipped with IoT centre in the Department of Electronics and communication Engineering through the government scheme MODROB (Modernization and Removal of Obsolescence).

To enhance the skills of the students, apart from the Departmental Industry collaborations, Career Development Centre (CDC) and Career Resource centre (CRC) provide great chances for students to get acquainted with corporate culture, which helps them prepare for future jobs at these companies after they graduate. These collaborations also give students the chance to receive specialized training in industrial applications, making them more skilled at navigating the complexities of the industrial world.



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