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Welcome to - BIHER :

Bharath Institute of Science and Technology (BIST) started with Sri Lakshmi Ammal Educational Trust as the first self-financing Engineering College in Tamil Nadu in 1984 by Dr. S. Jagathrakshakan. The trust then established Sree Balaji Dental College and Hospital in 1989. Sree Balaji Dental College and Hospital was first recognized as a Deemed to be University by MHRD in July 2002, under section 3 of UGC Act 1956 and placed under the purview of new trust of Bharath Institute of Higher Education and Research (BIHER). The Bharath Institute of Science and Technology (BIST) and other institutions (below) was then brought under the ambit of Bharath Institute of Higher Education and Research (BIHER).

  • Bhaarath Medical College and Hospital (BMCH), Chennai
  • Sree Balaji College of Nursing, Chennai
  • Sree Balaji Medical College and Hospital (SBMCH), Chennai
  • Sree Balaji College of Physiotherapy
  • Sri Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Sciences (SLIMS), Pudhucherry
BIHER

Thus, Bharath Institute of Higher Education and Research (BIHER) is providing multi-stream, multi-cultural and high quality education to nearly 10000 students from around the world. It is functioning in a sprawling area of 603 acres of land with 1.3 crore sq.ft buildings located in 6 Campuses both in Tamil Nadu and Pudhucherry with the state of the art infrastructure facilities. There are well qualified Teaching Faculty members to teach various UG and PG programmes and to guide

Vision & Mission

Our Vision :

Bharath Institute of Higher Education & Research (BIHER) envisions and constantly strives to provide an excellent academic and research ambience for students and members of the faculties to acquire professional competence along with human dignity, and spearhead the transformation of community through continuous discovery in science and technology.

Our Mission :

  • To develop as a Premier University for Teaching, Learning, Research and Innovation on par with leading global universities.
  • To impart education and training to students for creating a better society with ethics and morals.
  • To foster an interdisciplinary approach in education, research and innovation by supporting lifelong professional development, enriching knowledge banks through scientific research, promoting best practices and innovation, industry-driven and institute-oriented cooperation, globalization and international initiatives.
  • To develop as a multi-dimensional institution contributing immensely to the cause of societal advancement through spread of literacy, an ambience that provides the best of international exposures, provide health care, enrich rural development and most importantly impart value-based education.
  • To establish benchmark standards in professional practice in the fields of innovative and emerging areas in medicine, dentistry, nursing, physiotherapy, allied sciences, engineering, and management.
  • To launch new programmes with innovative curriculum design by provide multi-faceted exposure in various subjects.
  • To provide flexibility to students - options / add-ons to core subjects, develop Device Agnostic Technology to access online content.
  • Funding / incubation entrepreneurial ideas, Flipped class room – Integrated Courses & Need based learning.
Vision Plan

Disciplines & Departments :

  • BIHER strives to promote interdisciplinary learning with 12 different disciplines such as Health economics, Data sciences, Theology, Music, Liberal Arts etc.,
  • 50% of BIHER’s programs will be interdisciplinary by 2023, 75% in 2028 and 100% by 2033 – Tuned as per the needs of National & International Importance.

2018 - 2023

S.No UG PG
1 Aerospace Engineering (Computational Intelligence) Aircraft Propulsion & Power Systems
2 Natural gas & Pipe Lining Engineering Ocean Technologies
3 Informatics & Drug Design Composite Fluid Structure Engineering
4 Engineering Science & Mechanics Material Engineeing
5 Nuclear & Radiological Engineering Oil Drilling & Ocean Technologies
6 Occupational Therapy Sports Medicine Modular Genetics
7 Speech & Hearing Language Program Palliative Medicine Emergency & Trauma Care

2023 - 2028

S.No UG PG
1 Acoustics Engineering Architectural Acoustics
2 Petro Informatics Energy Sciences Engineering
3 Creative Intelligence & Innovation Technologies Forensics Security
4 Smart Connected Autonomous Vehicle Engineering Material Engineeing
5 Alternate Energy Engineering Green Engineering Technology
6 Optometry Rehabilitation & Regenerative Medicine
7 Clinical Nutrition Global Health & Social Medicine Travel Medicine Transgender Medicine

2028 - 2033

S.No UG PG
1 Computational Mathematical Technology Scientific Compution
2 Semiconductor process Engineering Bio-inspired Robotics Engineering
3 Gravitational Sciences & Engineering Engineering System Design
4 Quantum Engineering Membrane Technology
5 Photonics Engineering Optical Signals, Devices, and System
6 Nano Medicine Oncology (Medical & Surgical), Informatics
7 Cyber Clinical Psychology Cyber Forensics

Vision Plan - Research :

  • Adopt mentor model to develop strong Research Capabilities — Leading Intemational Research University
  • Develop centre of Excellence to conduct high quality Research Activities.
  • Encourage community focused research for example to undertake research in public health, community development & health information technology.
  • Setting clearly defined short term and long term goals in research with timelines, evaluate the progress and ensure that all relevant infrastructural and human resource support is available to achieve the goals.
  • National / International Partnerships and Collaborations with leading research labs and universities. — achieve 75 in 2023, 125 in 2028 and 200 in 2033.
  • Increase full time Ph.D scholars to more than 550 in 2023, 750 in 2028 and 1200 in 2033 and PDFS to 25 in 2023, 40 in 2028 and 60 in 2033.
  • Increase the quanlity and improve the quality of Publications — From the Present 5441 SCOPUS Indexed articles to 20,000 in 2023, to 55,000 in 2028 and total no of publications — 70,180 to in 2033 ; High IF publications — to increase from the present 12% to 20% in 2033.
  • Increase Research Revenues from the present Rs 20.75 Crores at a growth rate of 15% - 20% per year.
  • Converting ideas into research themes and inventions into patents — to achieve 100 licensed patents in the first phase, 250 in the second and 500 in the third phase.

Students Capacity Admission & Scholarships :

  • To stop brain drain – reverse the trend – attract the best young minds from all over the world. Need- blind admission policy
  • To improve the knowledge economy - make INDIA the knowledge super power of the world.
  • Transparent merit based admission - equal opportunity - all strata of the society.
  • To Enroll – 15,000 students in 2023, 25,000 in 2028 and 50,000 in 2033.
  • Innovative & Inter disciplinary courses – 50% in 2023, 75% in 2028 and 100% in 2033.
  • International partnerships and collaborations – 350 MoUs of which 20% with top 100 institutions.
  • Intra and Inter Institutional transfers / exchanges – vertical and horizontal mobility.
  • Increase the ratio of Foreign Students - 5% in 2023, 10% in 2028, 25% in 2033. Students from Asian countries – Alternate for US & Europe.
  • Dedicated 24x7 International Student Facilitation Centre – Help Line .
  • Introduce new Scholarships – BIHER JEE, Dr.J.R., BRICS, SAARC, GCSS,TCS, ICCR, Common Wealth scholarships, Reciprocal scholarships Scheme,
Vision Implementation Plan

Academics :

  • Launch new programs with innovative curriculum design - Provide exposure to multiple subjects to get multifaceted exposure.
  • Flexibility to students - options / add-ons to core subjects, develop Device Agnostic Technology to access online content
  • Funding / Incubation entrepreneurial ideas, Flipped class Room – Integrated Courses & Need based learning.

Research :

  • To promote interest in industry-relevant topics for applied research, and stimulate industry-academia collaboration through platforms such as research forums and seminars.
  • To allocate funding for development of research-oriented infrastructure according to national priorities and needs.
  • To attract top notch researchers to lead collaborative research between multiple stake holders.
  • To increase expenditure on R&D to 35% in 2023, 40% in 2028 & 45% in 2033 by providing funding for research focusing on community development.

Faculty :

  • To grant autonomy to well performing Departments / Research Centres / Centre of Excellence to devise their own mechanisms to recruit faculty members and supporting staffs.
  • To encourage active participation of professionals with industry experiences in teaching and offer sabbaticals, incentives & promotions for all Faculties members.
  • To develop tenure-based system and performance-based remuneration system to reward performing Faculty members.
  • To provide financial support opportunity to enrich knowledge for Faculty members and students by providing Exchange Programmes and establishing research collaboration between Faculty members with global leading research institutes.
  • To provide State of the Art teaching / pedagogy / learning / research / sports / infrastructure & amenities to Faculty members and students.
  • To develop courses that can provide competency to students joining global workforce.
  • To provide “Feel at Home” hostel accommodation and scholarship support to the needed students- “ Earn while You Learn”.

Consolidated Financial Summery for each block of 5 years :

S.No Particulars First 5 years ( 2018 - 2023 ) Next 5 years ( 2023 - 2028 ) Last 5 years ( 2028 - 2033 )
1
  • Revenue Streams
  • Academic
  • Non Academic Total (A)
  • 13,001.49
  • 836.23
  • 13,847.72
  • 21,558.66
  • 1,392.84
  • 22,951.50
  • 38,186.65
  • 2,550.87
  • 40,737.51
2
  • Recurring Expenditure
  • Staff Payments & Benefits
  • Academic Expenses
  • Non Academic Expenses Deprecistion Total (B)
  • 2,595.34 - 4,726.54
  • 4,247.42
  • 114.18
  • 11,683.48
  • 3,708.73 - 7,427.71
  • 6,345.77
  • 175.88
  • 17,658.10
  • 5,580.37 - 18,088.84
  • 10,111.93
  • 284.12
  • 34,045.26
3
  • Excess of Income over
  • 2,164.24
  • 5,293.40
  • 6,692.25
4
  • Expenditure (A-B)
  • -
  • -
  • -
5
  • Capital Expenditure
  • 1,947.81
  • 4,764.06
  • 6,023.03
6
  • Surplus transferred to General Fund
  • 216.42
  • 529.34
  • 669.22

Basic Assumptions for Financial Projections :

S.No Particulars Year - ( 2018 - 2023 ) Year - ( 2023 - 2028 ) Year - ( 2028 - 2033 )
1
  • Students in Nos.
  • 15000
  • 25000
  • 50000
2
  • Staff Ratio
  • 1:7
  • 1:5
  • 1:3
3
  • Foreign Students as % of total Student Strength
  • 5%
  • 10%
  • 15%
4
  • Resident Scholars as % of Total Student Strength
  • 65%
  • 70%
  • 75%
Vision

Strength Of the Institution :

  • 6 Campuses - 305 acres — 1.3 crore sq.ft buildings — 3000 Bedded Hospital — 6000 OPS / day (Free -Treatment, Medicine & Food).
  • Cutting edge Research — 5 lakh sq.ft Research Park, 56 Research Labs, 12 Centres of Excellence.
  • World class library with 5 lakh Books, Online journal access to more than 20 lakh e — Resources.
  • Virtual class rooms, ICTI EDIJSAT, NPTEL, MOOCs, etc., modules to provide access to courses from top institutions.
  • State of Art Student amenities — Hostel Health Centre, Cosmopolitan Cafeteria Sports, Gym, Recreation facilities, etc.,
  • Last 5 years — more than 1000 Medical camps, 500 Villages, Planted 25,000 Saplings. Swachh Bharath, Swachhta Pakhwada, Unnat Bharath Abhiyan NCC, NSS, YRC, RRC etc., for holistic development.
  • Nearly - 55% Girl students, 75% Other state students, 85% Economically & Socially challenged students, 43% Women faculty.
  • Stipends / Scholarships worth -Rs. 35.7 Crores (2016-17), Rs. 38.5 Crores (2017-18).
BIHER

Inception & Brief History :

Bharath Institute of Higher Education and Research (BIHER) is one of India's leading institutes, with more than 10,000 students and 900 faculty members. The areas of excellence range from engineering and medicine to management and humanities. We live in an increasingly interconnected world that faces challenges and complex problems on a global scale. At the start of the 21st century, BIHER is uniquely prepared among the other universities by its breadth of scholarship, entrepreneurial heritage and pioneering faculty - To provide research and real-world approaches to address many of the current issues.

The era of globalization means many things to Bharath: research on issues relating to science and technology, exchanges with foreign universities, overseas opportunities for undergraduates, and collaboration. BIHER embarked upon ambitious strategic initiatives to ensure that Bharath continues to educate future leaders and to find solutions to the most pressing global challenges through its International Advisory Board with eminent scholars from 40 top universities/organizations across the world, Corporate Advisory Board with eminent executives from 215 leading companies, Faculty Abroad Program, Student Semester Abroad Program, Research Institute, Innovation in Teaching and Learning Pedagogy, and Diversity of students from 52 countries and from across India.

Academic Council
ACADEMIC COUNCIL
S.No Profession Name
1 Chairman Prof. K. Vijaya Bhaskar Raju, Vice-Chancellor
2 Secretary Dr. S. Bhuminathan, Registrar
3 Member Dr. M. Sundararajan, Pro Vice-Chancellor ( ACADEMIC )
4 Member Prof S. Theagarajan, Director
DEANS
S.No Name Designation Membership
1 Dr. J. Hameed Hussain Dean (Engineering),Bharath Institute of Science and Technology Member
2 Dr. S. RagavendraJayesh Dean, Sree Balaji Dental College and Hospital Member
3 Prof. V. Hemavathy Principal, Sree Balaji College of Nursing Member
4 Prof. S. S. Subramaniyan Principal, Sree Balaji College of Physiotherapy Member
5 Dr. N.M.S. Johnson Dean, Sree Balaji Medical College and Hospital Member
6 Dr. G. Jayalakshmi Dean, Sree Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Science Member
7 Dr. M. Prem Jeyakumar Dean (R & D) Member
HoDs (Engineering, Management, Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing and Physiotherapy)
S.No Name Department Membership
8 Mr. S. Ravindar Director (Architecture),
Bharath Institute of Science and Technology
Member
9 Mr. P. Dayakar Dept of Civil, Bharath Institute of Science and Technology Member
10 Dr. M.P. Natarajan Dept of Mechanical , Bharath Institute of Science and Technology Member
11 Dr. M. Sundararaj Dept of Aeronautical Engg, Bharath Institute of Science and Technology Member
12 Dr. K. Venkatesan Dept of Automobile Engg, Bharath Institute of Science and Technology Member
13 Dr. V. Balambica Dept of Mechatronics, Bharath Institute of Science and Technology Member
14 Dr. B.Persis Urbana.Ivy Dept of CSE, Bharath Institute of Science and Technology Member
15 Dr. K. Ramesh Kumar Dept of IT, Bharath Institute of Science and Technology Member
16 Dr. A. Muthukumaravel Dept of MCA, Bharath Institute of Science and Technology Member
17 Dr. S. Prakash Dept of EEE, Bharath Institute of Science and Technology Member
18 Dr. E. Kanniga Dept of ETC, Bharath Institute of Science and Technology Member
19 Dr. H. Umma Habiba Dept of ECE, Bharath Institute of Science and Technology Member
20 Dr. P.B.RameshBabu Dept of BioInformatics, Bharath Institute of Science and Technology Member
21 Dr.L. Jeyanthi Rebecca Dept of Industrial Bio Techniology, Bharath Institute of Science and Technology Member
22 Dr.R. Vasuki Dept of Bio Medical Engineering , Bharath Institute of Science and Technology Member
23 Dr.V. Manimozhi Dept of English, Bharath Institute of Science and Technology Member
24 Dr. Muthulakshmi Dept of Mathematics, Bharath Institute of Science and Technology Member
25 Dr.R. Velavan Dept of Physics, Bharath Institute of Science and Technology Member
26 Dr. G. Mathubala Dept of Chemistry, Bharath Institute of Science and Technology Member
27 Dr. Magdalene Peter Dept of MBA, Bharath Institute of Science and Technology Member
28 Ms. R. Sangeetha HOD, Dept of Tourism & Hotel Management,
Bharath Institute of Science and Technology
Member
29 Dr. Sanjna Nayar Dept of Prosthodontics, Sree Balaji Dental College and Hospital Member
30 Dr. S. M.K. Swaminatha Gurukul Dept of General Medicine, Sree Balaji Medical College and Hospital Member
31 Dr. P. John Solomon Dept of Paediatrics, Sree Balaji Medical College and Hospital Member
32 Dr. R.N.M Francis Dept of General Surgery, Sree Balaji Medical College and Hospital Member
33 Dr. A. Sivakumar Dept of Orthopaedics, Sree Balaji Medical College and Hospital Member
34 Dr. P.M. Hari Dept of ENT, Sree Balaji Medical College and Hospital Member
35 Dr. K. Saraswathi Dept of OBG, Sree Balaji Medical College and Hospital Member
36 Dr. Jacintha Antony Dept of Anatomy, Sree Balaji Medical College and Hospital Member
37 Dr. P. Saikumar Dept of Physiology, Sree Balaji Medical College and Hospital Member
38 Dr. A. Manujla Devi Dept of Biochemistry, Sree Balaji Medical College and Hospital Member
39 Dr. N.S. Muthiah Dept of Pharmacology, Sree Balaji Medical College and Hospital Member
40 Dr. S. Basalingappa Sree Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Science, Pondicherry Member
41 Dr. V. Illamani Dept of Microbiology, Sree Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Science Member
42 Dr. B.O.Parijatham Dept of Pathology, Sree Balaji Medical College and Hospital Member
43 Dr. P.M.Udaya Shankar Dept of Community Medicine, Sree Balaji Medical College and Hospital Member
44 Dr. Tahera Begum Dept of Forensic Medicine, Sree Balaji Medical College and Hospital Member
45 Mr. R. Sathyalatha Sarathy Dept of Nursing, Sree Balaji College of Nursing Member
46 Dr. E. Dhandapani Senior Professor of Medicine, Sree Balaji Medical College and Hospital Member
47 Dr. S. Palaniandavan Dept of General Medicine, Sree Balaji Medical College and Hospital Member
48 Dr. P.K.Baskaran Dept of General Surgery, Sree Balaji Medical College and Hospital Member
49 Dr. S. Murugesan Dept of ENT, Sree Balaji Medical College and Hospital Member
50 Dr. Muthukumarasamy Dept of General Medicine, Sree Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Science Member
51 Dr. PushpendraMagon Dept of Paediatrics, Sree Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Science Member
52 Dr. Chidambaram Dept of Radiology, Sree Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Science Member
53 Dr. Vishwanath Rachaya Dept of Anaesthesia Sree Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Science Member
54 Dr. Padma Dept of OBG, Sree Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Science Member
55 Dr. Patta Apparao Dept of Microbiology, Sree Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Science Member
56 Dr. Basavaraj Ingalgeri Dept of Community Medicine, Sree Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Science Member
57 Dr. L. Siva Dept of Biochemistry, Sree Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Science Member
Professors (Engineering, Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing and Physiotherapy)
S.No Name Department Membership
58 Dr. S. Elangovan Aeronautical Engg, Bharath Institute of Science and Technology Member
59 Dr. Narayana Reddy Dept of Prosthodontics, SreeBalaji Dental College and Hospital Member
60 Dr. M. Padmanabhan Dept of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Sree Balaji Dental College and Hospital Member
61 Ms. S. Girija Dept of Nursing, Sree Balaji College of Nursing Member
62 Dr. R. Vijaya Kumar Dept of Physiology, Sree Balaji Dental College and Hospital Member
63 Dr. Boblee James Dept of Orthopaedics, Sree Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Science Member
64 Ms Vasantha Kokila Dept of Nursing, Sree Balaji Medical College and Hospital Member
65 Dr. B. Jayakrishna Professor, Orthodontist, General Surgery Member
Associate Professors (Engineering, Medicine, Dentistry)
S.No Name Department Membership
66 Dr. R. Mensudar Dept of Conservative, Dentistry and Endodontics Member
67 Mr. T. P. Meikandan Department of Civil, Bharath Institute of Science and Technology Member
Educationists – Nominated by the President
S.No Name Department Membership
68 Dr. M. Vairamani Dean, School of Bio Engg, SRM University Member
69 Dr. S. Sathikh Former VC, University of Madras Member
70 Dr. T. Rajagopalan Educationist, Mahalakshmi Nagar, Selaiyur, Chennai Member
71 Prof. S. D. Bhide Educationist / Former Principal, Cummins College of Engineering for Women Member
Special Invitees
S.No Name Department Membership
72 Dr. R.M Suresh Controller of Examinations Engineering Member
73 Dr. Mythili Controller Of Examiniations Medical Sciences, SreeBalaji Dental College and Hospital Member
74 Dr. P.Ramakrishnan Additional Controller PG, Sree Balaji Dental College and Hospital Member
75 Dr. Madhanika Madhavan Academic Officer, Sree Balaji Dental College and Hospital Member
76 Dr. K. C. Mallikarjuna Prof & HOD – Anatomy, Sree Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Science Member
77 Dr. K. Venkatachalam Associate Professor, Dept of Orthopedics Member
78 Dr. Chitralekha Professor of Microbiology Member
79 Dr. J. Shanmugam Director, Research, Bharath Institute of Science and Technology Member
Board of Management
S.No Name Designation
01
  • Prof. K. Vijaya Bhaskar Raju
  • Vice-Chancellor
Chairman
02
  • Dr.S.Muthukumaran, Former Vice-Chancellor
  • ( Bharathidasan University, Trichy )
  • Member
03
  • Mr.H.P.Khincha, Former Vice-Chancellor
  • Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belgaum
  • Member
04
  • Mr.D.Janakiram, Pro of CSE
  • IIT, Chennai
  • Member
05
  • Mr.M.Thiyagarajan,
  • Educationalist / Social Worker
Member
06 WMS.Johnson, Dean Member
07
  • Dr.S.Raghvendra Jayesh
  • Dean
Member
08
  • Dr.G.Jayalakshmi
  • Director / Dean (SLIMS)
Member
09
  • Dr.V.Hemavathy
  • Dean (SBCN)
Member
10
  • Dr.S.S.Subramaninan
  • Dean (SBCP)
Member
11
  • Dr.S.Bhuminathan
  • Registrar
Member Secretary
Finance Committee
FINANCE COMMITTEE
S.No Profession Name
1 Chairman Prof. K. Vijaya Bhaskar Raju, Vice-Chancellor
2 Member Dr. M. Sundararajan , Pro Vice-Chancellor ( ACADEMIC )
3 Secretary Dr. S. Bhuminathan, Registrar
4 Member Prof S. Theagarajan, Educationalist
5 Member Dr. Kathir Viswalingam, Dean
6 Member Mr. J. Rajasekar, Administrative Officer
7 Member Mr.K.E. Devarajan, Auditor
8 Member Mr. E. Venkatesan, Finance Manager
Planning and Monitoring Committee
PLANNING & MONITORING COMMITTEE
S.No Profession Name
1 Chairman Prof. K. Vijaya Bhaskar Raju, Vice-Chancellor
2 Member Dr. M. Sundararajan , Pro Vice-Chancellor ( ACADEMIC )
3 Member Dr. S. Bhuminathan, Registrar
4 Member Dr. J. Hameed Hussain, Dean(Engineering)
5 Member Dr. S. Raghvendra Jayesh
6 Member Dr. D. R. Gunasekaran
7 Member Prof. Dr. S. Rajasekaran
8 Member Mr. S. S. Subramanian
9 Member Ms. V. Hemavathy
10 Member Prof. S. Ravindran
11 Member Dr. S. Renganathan
12 Member Dr. M. Sivakumar
13 Member Dr. Kathir Viswalingam
14 UGC Nominee Shri S. Sathyam
Central :
QS-ERA

Ranking & Accreditation

BIHER QS-ERA - Certificate
BIHER QS - Rating
QS-Ranking

Ranking & Accreditation

BIHER QS Asia University Ranking 2022
Ranking & Accreditation

ABET - :

BIHER-NAAC

NAAC & Accreditation Council

BIHER NAAC 2006 - Certificate
BIHER NAAC 2015 - Certificate
NIRF

Ranking & Accreditation

NIRF - 2017
NIRF - 2018
NIRF - 2019
NIRF - 2020
NIRF - 2021
ISO

ISO 9001 : 2015

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14TH - National Education Summit

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MHW - Ranking

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Global Impact - Rankings

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NABL

Ranking & Accreditation

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2015 - 2016

2016 - 2017

2017 - 2018

2018 - 2019

2019 - 2020

Approvals

AICTE :

AICTE of Approval - 2021-22