Manav Rachna announces admission for B.Tech CSE 2018-2022

Institute: Manav Rachna International School, Sector 14,
Place: Faridabad
Date : 30/May/2018
Time: 09:00 AM To 09:00 AM
Event Details:

Faidabad based Manav Rachna Educational Institutions (MREI) recently announced admissions for B. Tech Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) for the 2018-22 session. Candidates seeking admission to various Engineering programmes at Manav Rachna should apply latest by May 30, 2018. 


The minimum eligibility to apply for admission to B.Tech CSE at Manav Rachna is a pass in 10+2 examination, with a minimum of 50 percent aggregate marks in 5 subjects or equivalent in any discipline, from a recognised university in India or abroad (recognised by the UGC/Association of Indian Universities).

JEE Mains 2018 scores and merit in Uni Gauge are also accepted. 

Important Dates: 

Last Date to Apply: May 30, 2018

Date of Uni-GAUGE EMeD 2018: May 13, 2018 

Programme highlights 

Manav Rachna offers 4-year full time B.Tech CSE programme in the following specialisations: 

Computer Science & Engineering - 300 Seats 

Computer Science & Engineering in association with IBM in anyone of the following specialisations:

- Cloud Computing - 90 seats

- Business Analytics & Optimisation - 30 seats

- Cyber Security & Forensics - 60 seats

- Graphics and Gaming - 30 seats 

Computer Science & Engineering - 180 seats 

B. Tech CSE specialisation in association with Xebia:

- CSE with specialisation in Data Science & Machine Learning - 30 Seats

- CSE with specialisation in Digital Transformation Engineering - 30 Seats

Xebia, a specialised global IT Consultancy and Services Company is supporting MRU in curriculum design, faculty training and provide internships and placements for students pursuing the above programmes. 

Selection criteria: Candidates will be selected on the basis of percentage of aggregate marks in class XII in (i) English, Physics & Mathematics and (ii) One subject out of Chemistry, Computer Science, Biology or Biotechnology and (iii) One subject with the highest score out of the remaining subjects.