European Commission (Horizon 2020) and DST India have funded a consortium (22 partners from 3 EU countries and India, MNNIT Allahabad is one of the project partners) research project "SUSTENANCE". This research project is fully in line with both India's and European Union's involvement in Mission Innovation (MI).

Date

Television News

 Video

02 October, 2015 स्वच्छ भारत अभियान : दूरदर्शन इलाहाबाद  
14 August, 2015 राष्ट्रीय अविष्कार अभियान सहारा न्यूज़  
30 July, 2015 पूर्व राष्ट्रपति डॉ ऐ पी जे अब्दुल कलाम  की यादें :- दूरदर्शन इलाहाबाद  
02 April, 2015 Justice Girdhar Malviya inaugurates Culrav at MNNIT: Live Allahabad  

02 April, 2015

Kavi Sammelan Culrav at MNNIT: Live Allahabad  

02 April, 2015

Fashion Show Culrav at MNNIT: Live Allahabad  

22 March, 2015

Renaissance-An entrepreneurship e-summit 2015 inaugurated at MNNIT : Live Allahabad  

18 February, 2015

All India Inter-NIT Cricket Tournament : Live Allahabad  

28 March 2015

Convocation 2015

 

 

28 March 2015

72 scholars become Gold Medalist in Eleventh convocation of MNNIT Allahabad

 

27 March 2015

Renaissance - An Entrepreneurship Summit

 

1 January 2015

New Year Greeting Message

 

15 November 2014      

New Website launched : News Allahabad

 

12 November 2014

National Education Day : News Allahabad

 

31 October 2014

Run for Unity : News Allahabad

 

02 October 2014

Swatchh Bharat Abhaiyaan : News Allahabad

 

27 September 2014

Programme of Steel Structure : News Allahabad

 

News Allahabad 30 August 2014

MNNIT welcomes freshers with SWAGAT -2014

 

News Allahabad 21 August 2014

 Three-day Book exhibition inaugurated at MNNIT

 

09 ,February 2014

MNNIT Students distribute clothes to poor & needy :News Allahabad

 

06 ,February 2014

Workshop to create awareness about IPR : News Allahabad

 

26  ,January 2014

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09, November 2013

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02 April, 2015

Fashion Show Culrav at MNNIT: Live Allahabad

02 April, 2015

Kavi Sammelan Culrav at MNNIT: Live Allahabad

LIST OF MOUs -INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITIES/INSTITUTES WITH M.N.N.I.T ALLAHABAD

Sl. No.

Name of the Institute

Effective Date & Validity

Area of Collaboration

1.

Florida Atlantic University Board of Trustees

 

15.11.2022

5 years from the effective date

  • Development of joint degree programs at the graduate level in mutually agreed upon disciplines, coursework and degree requirements.
  • Exchange of faculty and students.
  • Joint/collaborative research projects and publications.
  • Joint organization of technical meetings, International workshops, conferences, seminars, faculty development programs, sympposia, etc.

2.       

University Sains Malaysia

w.e.f 11.06.2021 for a period of 5 years

To organize joint academic programs, research and development programs, supervision training of Ph.D. students, workshops and training program, publications, linkages and cooperation.

LIST OF MOUs - INDIAN ORGANIZATIONS/INSTITUTES WITH M.N.N.I.T ALLAHABAD

Sl. No.

Name of the Institute

Effective Date & Validity

Area of Collaboration

1.

NCC Group Headquarters, Prayagraj

w.e.f. 27.07.2023 for a period of Two year

Technology Transfer

2.

Malaviya National Institute
of Technology Jaipur

w.e.f. 12.06.2023 for a period of Three year

A.   The Parties wish to establish  a cooperative  relationship  with  the  aim of developing  and fostering,  primarily  but not limited  to, academic and scientific  research linkages between the two  institutions.

 

B.   This Memorandum  of Understanding (MoU) sets out the framework  for the cooperative relationship  between the Parties

3.

Rajkiya Engineering College Sonbhadra

w.e.f. 27.05.2023 for a period of Five year

To enhance and promote academic interests between both Institutes. Implementation of quality education and promote continuing education and research activities between both Institutes. This includes academic collaboration, research activity and conducting workshop, conference, seminars, FDPs etc.

4.

National Institute of Technology Goa

w.e.f. 26.05.2023 for a period of Two year

Encouragement of direct contact and co-operation between the departments, their faculty and administrative staff.

5.

All India Council for Technical Education, New Delhi

w.e.f. 26.05.2023 for a period of Three year

For the purpose of enhancing the skill of students through internships, in general, and research scholarships, in particular

6.

National Skill Development Corporation

w.e.f. 06.03.2023 for a period of one year

 

The Parties agree to collaborate on a non- exclusive basis, with the roles and responsibilities mentioned in Annexure II of this MoU.

 

The Parties may modify their roles and responsibilities, as may be mutually agreed between them in writing.

 

7.

Indian Institute of Technology Delhi

w.e.f. 02.01.2023 for a period of one year

 

(a) To exchange information on teaching, learning materials and other literature relevant to their research and education programme related to the area of nanoelectronics / nanotechnology

(b)  To jointly organize seminars, conferences, workshops and / or short- term training programmes on sponsored by the funding agencies (both Government and private) and to invite each other's faculty to participate therein.

 

8.

Rajkiya Engineering College, Ambedkar Nagar

w.e.f. 17-10-2022 for the period of 05 years

To enhance and promote academic interests between both Institute. Implementation of quality  education  and promote continuing education and research activities between both Institute.

9.

Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies, Sarnath , Varanasi, India

w.e.f. 08-10-2022 for the period of 03 years

Collaborate and co-operate with each other in order to enhance the quality of teaching, training and research activities.

10.

Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur

w.e.f. 19.08.2022 for a period of three years

Capacity building through the organization of conducting state-of-the-art research and development activities, regular training programmes, fellowships and resources courses in Geodesy.

11.

Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU), Lucknow

w.e.f. 25-07-2022 for the period of 05 years

Academic and Research collaboration, exchanges of Startups, Students and Faculty

12.

Emami Limited Kolkata

w.e.f. 06.07.2022 for a period of three years

The major areas of research along with  others areas, would involve Strength and Stamina, inflammation, pain management, immunity, microbiology, molecular biology, genetics etc.

13.

Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME)

w.e.f. 23.06.2022 to 31.03.2026

 (a) Provide advice and assistance to MSMEs   in process design and development.

 (b) Provide advice and assistance to MSMEs in product design and development.

(c)  Provide  advice and assistance to MSMEs in value engineering including improvement in design and costs of a developed product such as alternate materials usage improvement in designing etc.

14.

Centre for Development of Advanced Computing Thiruvananthapuram

w.e.f. 10.06.2022 for a period of 18 Months

Covers  the technical and financial scope of work for "Solar PV Supported Reconfigurable EV Charger with Reduced Switching Devices"

15.

Nivetti Systems Private Limited, Bangalore

w.e.f. 30.05.2022 for a period of Three years

(a) The Technical support and expertise of MNNIT experts may be taken on emerging Networking technologies like SDN, Data Plane disaggregation and Cyber security.

(b) The parties shall also collaborate in research areas, including introduction of new technologies like Secure Networking, SDN and Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning Applications in Cyber Security. The parties shall agree and enter into modalities for the same, as per and if need may so arise at any time hereinafter.

16.

National Remote Sensing Centre (NRSC), ISRO Hyderabad

w.e.f. 27.04.2022 for a period of Five years

To expand  LDS network with the active support from MNNIT Allahabad, in terms of installations of LDS system at MNNIT Allahabad, collection of data, maintenance of the LDS system, dissemination of the data to NRSC and utilization of the lighting data for scientific use.

17.

Nasscom Foundation New Delhi

w.e.f. 01.04.2022 for a period of 11 Months

For Skill and Entrepreneurship development of young people in India.

18.

IIIT Allahabad

w.e.f. 09.03.2021 for a period of 5 years.

To organise collaborative research projects, and publications, technical meetings, International workshops, conference, seminar, faculty development programs, symposia.

19.

Indian Institute of Technology (BHU)

w.e.f. 28.06.2021 for a period of 5 years.

Exchange of scientific and technical information, formation of research group, supervision of PG and Ph.D students, organizing seminars, workshops, conference and training.

20.

Rajiv Gandhi  Institute 

of PetroleumTechnology  

w.e.f. 17.03.2021 for a period of 5 years.

Scientific and technical information sharing, Collaborative research activities through participation in Nationally and Internationally funded projects.

LIST OF MOUs - INDUSTRIES WITH M.N.N.I.T ALLAHABAD

Sl. No.

Name of the Institute

Effective Date & Validity

Area of Collaboration

1.

Allengers Medical System Ltd. (AMSL) Chandigarh

w.e.f. 13.10.2020 for a period of 2 years.

Technology Transfer.

2.

Meja Urja Nigam (Pvt.) Limited (MUNPL)

w.e.f 01.10.2021 for a period of 3 years.

Joint thesis/ research projects and special projects on power plant problems, up gradation of IT system in MUNPL, introduction of new technologies like data analytics, AI, machine learning and robotics, explore opportunities for development of courses and curriculum of the Industries of power plant technology.

3.

Prayagraj Power Generation Company Ltd. [PPGCL]

w.e.f 03.12.2021 for a period of 3 years.

Joint thesis/ research projects and special projects on power plant problems, up gradation of IT system in PPGCL, introduction of new technologies like data analytics, AI, machine learning and robotics, Technical support, plant visit, vocational training, explore opportunities for development of courses and curriculum of the Industries requirements in the field of power plant technology etc.

4.

Indian Telephone Industries Limited [ITI  Ltd.] Bangalore

w.e.f. 12.11.2021 for a period of 5 years.

 

Joint collaborative research projects, technical meetings,

International workshops, conference, seminar, faculty development programs, symposia, sharing of the expertise and resources, training programmes etc.

 

A. The Parties wish to establish  a cooperative  relationship  with  the  aim of developing  and fostering,  primarily  but not limited  to, academic and scientific  research linkages between the two  institutions.

 B. This Memorandum   of Understanding           (MoU) sets out the framework  for the   cooperative relationship  between the Parties

Important Notice [English] [Hindi]

 

Notice regarding constitution of EOC

 

Hindi Version of the Objective of EOC

 

An Equal Opportunity Cell (EOC) has been constituted in the Institute.

A. Objective of the Equal Opportunity Cell (EOC):

The roles and responsibilities of the Equal Opportunity Cell (EOC) will be as under:

  1. To ensure equity and equal opportunity to the community at large in the Institute and bring about social inclusion.

  2. To enhance the diversity among the students, teaching and non-teaching staff population and at the same time eliminate the perception of discrimination.

  3. To create a socially congenial atmosphere for academic interaction and for the growth of healthy interpersonal relationships among the students coming from various social backgrounds.

  4. To make efforts to sensitize the academic community regarding the problems associated with social exclusion as well as aspirations of the marginalized communities.

  5. To help individuals or a group of students belonging to the disadvantaged section of society to contain the problems related to discrimination.

  6. To look into the grievances of the weaker section of society and suggest amicable solutions to their problems.

  7. To disseminate the information related to schemes and programmes for the welfare of the socially weaker section as well as notifications/ memoranda, office orders of the Government, or other related agencies/ organizations issued from time to time.

  8. To prepare barrier free formalities/ procedures for admission/ registration of students belonging to the disadvantaged groups of society.
  9. To establish coordination with the Government and other agencies/ organizations to mobilize academic and financial resources to provide assistance to students of the disadvantaged groups.

  10. To organize periodic meetings to monitor the progress of different schemes.

  11. To adopt measures to ensure due share of utilization by SC/ST in admissions, Recruitment (teaching and non-teaching posts) and to improve their performances.

  12. To sensitize the Institute on the problems of SC/ST and other disadvantaged groups.

    B. Constitution of the Cell

Sl. No.

Name and Department

Designation

             Email id

1

Prof. M. M. Gore, Professor, CSED          

Chairperson

gore@mnnit.ac.in

2

Prof. Geetika, Professor, SMS

Member

geetika@mnnit.ac.in

3

Prof. S. J. Pawar, Professor, AMD   

Member

sjpawar@mnnit.ac.in

4

Prof. S. S. Narvi, Professor, Chemistry

Member

ssn@mnnit.ac.in

5

Dr. Manisha Yadav, Assistant Registrar, Director’s Office

Convener

manishaar@mnnit.ac.in

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Professor Rama Shanker Verma [Ph.D., FNASc, FBRSI, FAMI]

Director, MNNIT Allahabad, Prayagraj-211004 (U.P.)

Formerly Head of the Laboratory of Stem Cell and Molecular Biology

Department of Biotechnology, Bhupat and Jyoti Mehta School of Biosciences

Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, Chennai-600036, Tamilnadu, India

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 Contact Details:

Phone : +91 532-2271002, 2545190
Fax : +91 0532-2545341
E mail : director@mnnit.ac.in
Skype : rama.verma201
Lab Website : https://biotech.iitm.ac.in/Faculty/verma/index.html

   

Education

  1. Ph.D., Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi [1984]
  2. M.Phil., Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi [1980]
  3. M.Sc. Biochemistry, Allahabad University, Allahabad [1977].

Academic Experience

  1. Professor at Department of Biotechnology-IIT-M, Chennai [2009-2021]
  2. Adjunct Professor at Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology - Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia [2016-2019]
  3. Associate Professor Department of Biotechnology-IIT-M, Chennai [2004-09]
  4. Research Assistant Professor at Department of Medicine, Indiana University Medical Center, Indianapolis, IN, USA [1999-2000]
  5. Associate Professor Department of Biotechnology-NIPER, Mohali, Punjab [1998-99]
  6. Assistant Professor, Department of Biochemistry, Punjab University, Chandigarh [1998]
  7. Research Assistant Professor at Department of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA [1997-98]
  8. Senior Scientist at Department of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA, USA [1995-97]
  9. Visiting Research Associate at Department of Medicine, Indiana University Medical Center, Indianapolis, IN, USA [1994-95]
  10. Staff Fellow at NCI-NIH, Bethesda, MD, USA [1991-93]
  11. Post-Doctoral fellow and Instructor Indiana University Medical Center Indianapolis, IN, USA (1986-1991)

 

Industrial Experience

  1. Head, Pharmacology Division-Lupin, Pune [2004]
  2. General Manager, Department of Biotechnology- Cadila Healthcare Ltd., Ahmedabad [2000-04]

 

Award / Honors

  1. FNASc (Fellow of National Academy of Sciences India-2014)
  2. Applied Biotechnology and Applied Pharmacy Senior Scientist Award-2014
  3. Fellow of Society for Applied Biotechnology-2011
  4. Fellow of Association of Microbiologists of India- 2010
  5. Genome Pioneer Recognition Award-2008
  6. Fellow Madras Science Foundation 2006
  7. Life time Achievement Award Nation Society

 

Area of Research

  1. Trans-differentiation study of stem cell into cardiac tissue and elucidation and mechanism and genetic and epigenetic level
  2. Study on 3D culture of stem and cancer cells under microgravity
  3. Construction of novel cyto-lytic fusion proteins (immunotoxin) against cancer
  4. Development of Drug Delivery System against leukemia
  5. Liver and Heart-valve tissue engineering using stem cells
  6. Pathway study in Fanconi Anemia (Rare blood disorder)

 

Academic Activities

  1. Faculty selection committee member at several Indian institutes such as IIT’s NIPER and various Institutions/Universities
  2. External and internal examiner for the award of Doctor of Philosophy
  3. Expert / Reviewer for DBT-Wellcome trust, DBT, DST, BRNS, ICMR and DRDO funding agencies
  4. Chairman of Biosafety committee, Institute ethics committee and animal ethical committee at IIT, Madras [2004-Present]
  5. Member of Board of Governor National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER) Mohali.
  6. Member Stem cell committee nominated by President of India.
  7. Chairman and Member of Board of Studies in more than 50 universities.

 

Scientific Production

Guided 32 Ph.Ds and more than 100 M. Tech and MS students. Published 206 research papers and several book chapters (15) and review papers on Stem Cell Biology, Tissue Engineering, Fanconi Anemia and Immunotoxin based cancer therapeutics. Papers published in various prestigious journals such as: Blood, JCI, JBC, BBA, J of Material Science, Drug Discovery today, Oncotarget, Advanced Healthcare Material, Cancer letter, Apoptosis, Nanomedicine etc. 

 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=VERMA+RS

 

https://scholar.google.co.in/citations?user=LrxrULcAAAAJ&hl=en

 

ORCHID ID 000-0001-7287-7803

 

Patents

 

Patents Filed              –             23

 

Granted                      –            10

 

Transfer to Industry     –            01

 

Book’s Edited

  1. Rama S. Verma Resistance to Immunotoxins in Cancer Therapy (2015) Edited319-17274-3 ISBN 978. © Springer International Publishing Switzerland.
  2. Rama S. Verma and Seeram Ramakrishna:Eds Biomaterials:Biosensors (2020) current opinion in Biomedical engineering https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cobme.2020.07.001 2468-4511/© 2020 Published by Elsevier Inc.Netherlands

 

 

 

        I.     

Minutes of the meetings of the Board of Governors during REC

1997 Minutes

1998 Minutes

1999 Minutes

Minutes of the meetings of the Board of Governors during NIT

 

Sl. No.

  Particulars

1.

First meeting of the Board of Governors held on 03.08.2002

2.

Second meeting of the Board of Governors held on 22.11.2002

3.

Third meeting of the Board of Governors held on 27.09.2003

4.

Fourth meeting of the Board of Governors held on 04.05.2004

5.

Fifth meeting of the Board of Governors held on 18.01.2005

6.

Sixth meeting of the Board of Governors held on 10.06.2005

7.

Seventh meeting of the Board of Governors held on 09.09.2005

8.

Eighth meeting of the Board of Governors held on 06.01.2006

9.

Ninth meeting of the Board of Governors held on 05.05.2006

10.

Tenth meeting of the Board of Governors held on 22.07.2006

11.

Eleventh meeting of the Board of Governors held on 10.11.2006

12.

Twelfth meeting of the Board of Governors held on 17.02.2007

13.

Thirteen meeting of the Board of Governors held on 07.06.2007

14.

Fourteen meeting of the Board of Governors held on 05.10.2007

15.

Fifteen meeting of the Board of Governors held on 16.11.2007

16.

Sixteenth meeting of the Board of Governors held on 23.02.2008

17.

Seventh meeting of the Board of Governors held on 06.06.2008

18.

Eighteenth meeting of the Board of Governors held on 28.11.2008

19.

Ninetieth meeting of the Board of Governors held on 02.03.2009

20.

Twentieth meeting of the Board of Governors held on 26.06.2009

21.

Twenty First meeting of the Board of Governors held on 12.12.2009

22.

Twenty Second meeting of the Board of Governors held on 27.01.2010

23.

Twenty Third meeting of the Board of Governors held on 29.05.2010

24.

Twenty Fourth meeting of the Board of Governors held on 27.08.2010

25.

Twenty Fifth meeting of the Board of Governors held on 07.12.2010

26.

Twenty Sixth meeting of the Board of Governors held on 27.06.2011

27.

Twenty Seventh meeting of the Board of Governors held on 29.10.2011

28.

Twenty Eighth meeting of the Board of Governors held on 23.03.2012

29.

Twenty Ninth meeting of the Board of Governors held on 27.06.2012

30.

Thirtieth of the Board of Governors held on 28.09.2012

31.

Thirty First meeting of the Board of Governors held on 24.12.2012

32.

Thirty Second meeting of the Board of Governors held on 10.04.2013

33.

Thirty Third meeting of the Board of Governors held on 28.06.2013

34.

Thirty Fourth meeting of the Board of Governors held on 30.10.2013

35.

Thirty-fifth meeting of the Board of Governors held on 28.07.2014

36.

Thirty-sixth [36th] meeting of the Board of Governors held on 02.09.2014

37.

Thirty-seventh [37th] meeting of the Board of Governors held on 23.02.2015

38.

Thirty-eighth [38th] meeting of the Board of Governors held on 28.04.2015

39.

Thirty-ninth [39th] meeting of the Board of Governors held on 17.06.2015

40.

Fortieth [40th] meeting of the Board of Governors held on 23.09.2015

41.

Governors held on 08.12.2015 and adjourned meeting held on 17.12.2015

42. Forty Second [42nd] meeting of the Board of Governors held on 27.01.2016
43. Minutes of the Forty-third [43rd] meeting of the Board of Governors held on 16.04.2016.
44. Minutes of the Forty-fourth [44th] meeting of the Board of Governors held on September 01, 2016.
45. Minutes of the Forty-fifth [45th] meeting of the Board of Governors held on December 10,2016
46. Minutes of the Forty-sixth [46th] meeting of the Board of Governors held on January 09, 2017.
47. Minutes of the Forty-seventh [47th] meeting of the Board of Governors held on March 01, 2017
48. Forty-eighth[48th] meeting of the Board of Governors held on 28.06.2017.
49. Forty-ninth [49th] meeting of the Board of Governors held on 29.08.2017.
50. Fiftieth [50th] meeting of the Board of Governors held on 10.10.2017
51. Minutes of the Fifty-first [51st] meeting of the Board of Governors held on November 17, 2017
52. Minutes of the Fifty-second [52nd] meeting of the Board of Governors held on March 23, 2018.
53. Minutes of the Fifty-third [53rd] meeting of the Board of Governors held on 19.06.2018.
54. Minutes of the Fifty-fourth [54th] meeting of the Board of Governors held on October 22, 2018.
55.

Minutes of the Fifty-fifth [55th] meeting of the Board of Governors held on December 14, 2018.

56.

Minutes of the Fifty-sixth [56th] meeting of the Board of Governors held on February 15, 2019.

57. Minutes of the Fifty-seventh [57th] meeting of the Board of Governors held on April 12, 2019.
58. Minutes of the Fifty-eighth [58th] meeting of the Board of Governors held on May 31, 2019.
59. Minutes of the Fifty-ninth [59th] meeting of the Board of Governors held on August 27, 2019.
60. Minutes of the Sixtieth [60th] meeting of the Board of Governors held on December 7, 2019.
61. Minutes of the Sixty-first [61st] meeting of the Board of Governors held on July 22, 2020.
62. Minutes of the Sixty-second [62nd] meeting of the Board of Governors held on September 30, 2020.
63. Minutes of the Sixty-third [63rd] meeting of the Board of Governors held on November 27, 2020.
64. Minutes of the Sixty-fourth [64th] meeting of the Board of Governors held on March 26, 2021.
65. Minutes of the Sixty-fifth [65th] meeting of the Board of Governors held on June 25, 2021.
66. Minutes of the Sixty-sixth [66th] meeting of the Board of Governors held on September 29, 2021.
67. Minutes of the Sixty-seventh [67th] meeting of the Board of Governors held on December 29, 2021.
68. Minutes of the Sixty-eighth [68th] meeting of the Board of Governors held on March 22, 2022.
69. Minutes of the Sixty-ninth [69th] meeting of the Board of Governors held on July 22, 2022.
70. Minutes of the Seventieth [70th] meeting of the Board of Governors held on November 28, 2022.
71. Minutes of the Seventy-first [71st] meeting of the Board of Governors held on January 31, 2023.
72. Minutes of the Seventy-second [72nd] meeting of the Board of Governors held on March 31, 2023.

Minutes of Emergent Meetings of the Board of Governors

  1. Minutes of the First [1st] Emergent Meeting
  2. Minutes of the Second [2nd] Emergent Meeting
  3.  Minutes of the Third [3rd] Emergent Meeting of the Board of Governors held on 20.07.2016
  4. Minutes of the Fourth [4th] Emergent meeting of the Board of Governors held on January 08, 2018.
  5. Minutes of the Fifth [5th] Emergent meeting of the Board of Governors held on January 29, 2018.
  6. Minutes of the Sixth [6th] Emergent meeting of the Board of Governors held on April 20, 2018.
  7. Minutes of the Seventh [7th] Emergent Meeting of the Board of Governors held on June 26, 2019.
  8. Minutes of the Eighth [8th] Emergent meeting of the Board of Governors held on 01.02.2021.
  9. Minutes of the Ninth [9th] Emergent Meeting of the Board of Governors held on August 13, 2021.
 
 

Minutes of the Meeting of Finance Committee

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1.

First meeting of the FC held on 16.11.02

2.

Second meeting of the FC held on 26.09.03

3.

Third meeting of the FC held on 04.05.04

4.

Fourth meeting of the FC held on 10.06.05

5.

Fifth meeting of the FC held on 09.09.05

6.

Sixth meeting of the FC held on 06.01.06

7.

Seventh meeting of the FC held on 22.07.06

8.

Eighth meeting of the FC held on 10.1106

9.

Ninth meeting of the FC held on 17.02.07

10.

Tenth meeting of the FC held on 07.06.07

11.

Eleventh meeting of the FC held on 05.10.07

12.

Twelfth meeting of the FC held on 23.02.08

13.

Thirteenth meeting of the FC held on 06.06.08

14.

Fourteenth meeting of the FC held on 28.11.08

15.

Fifteenth meeting of the FC held on 02.03.09

16.

Sixteenth meeting of the FC held on 26.06.09

17.

Seventh meeting of the FC held on 12.12.09

18.

Eighteenth meeting of the FC held on 27.01.10

19.

Nineteenth meeting of the FC held on 29.05.10

20.

Twentieth meeting of the FC held on 27.08.10

21.

Twenty First meeting of the FC held on 07.12.10

22.

Twenty Second meeting of the FC held on 27.06.11

23.

Twenty Third meeting of the FC held on 29.10.11

24.

Twenty Fourth meeting of the FC held on 23.03.12

25.

Twenty Fifth meeting of the FC held on 27.06.12

 26.

Twenty Sixth meeting of the FC held on 28.09.12

 27.

Twenty Seventh meeting of the FC held on 24.12.2012

28.

Twenty Eighth meeting of the FC held on 10.04.2013

29.

Twenty Ninth meeting of the FC held on 28.06.2013

30.

Thirtieth [30th] meeting of the FC held on 30.10.2013

31.

Thirty-first [31st] meeting of the FC held on 28.07.2014

32.

Thirty-second [32nd] meeting of the Finance Committee held on 02.09.2014

33.

Thirty-third [33rd] meeting of the Finance Committee held on 23.02.2015

34.

Thirty-fourth [34th] meeting of the Finance Committee held on 28.04.2015

35.

Thirty-fifth [35th] meeting of the Finance Committee held on 17.06.2015

36.

Thirty-sixth [36th] meeting of the Finance Committee held on 23.09.2015

37.

Thirty-seventh [37th] meeting of the Finance Committee held on 08.12.2015

38. Thirty-eight [38th] meeting of the Finance Committee held on 27.01.2016
39. Minutes of the Thirty-ninth [39th] meeting of the Finance Committee held on 16.04.2016.
40. Minutes of the Fortieth [40th] meeting of the Finance Committee held on September 01, 2016.
41. Minutes of the Forty-first [41st] meeting of the Finance Committee held on December 10, 2016.
42. Minutes of the Forty-second [42nd] meeting of the Finance Committee held on January 09, 2017. 
43. Minutes of the Forty-third [43rd] meeting of the Finance Committee held on March 01, 2017
44. Forty-fourth[44th]  meeting of the Finance Committee held on 28.06.2017
45. Forty-fifth [45th] meeting of the Finance Committee held on 29.08.2017
46. Minutes of the Forty-sixth [46th] meeting of the Finance Committee held on November 17, 2017.
47. Minutes of the Forty-seventh [47th] meeting of the Finance Committee held on March 23, 2018
48.

Minutes of the Forty-eighth [48th] meeting of the Finance Committee held on 19.06.2018.

49.

Minutes of the Forty-ninth [49th] meeting of the Finance Committee held on October 22, 2018.

50.

Minutes of the Fiftieth [50th] meeting of the Finance Committee held on December 14, 2018.

51.

Minutes of the Fifty-first [51st] meeting of the Finance Committee held on February 15, 2019.

52. Minutes of the Fifty-second [52nd] meeting of the Finance Committee held on April 12, 2019.
53. Minutes of the Fifty-third [53rd] meeting of the Finance Committee held on May 31, 2019.
54. Minutes of the Fifty-fourth [54th] meeting of the Finance Committee held on August 27, 2019.
55. Minutes of the Fifty-fifth [55th] meeting of the Finance Committee held on December 7, 2019.
56. Minutes of the Fifty-sixth [56th] meeting of the Finance Committee held on July 22, 2020.
57. Minutes of the Fifty-seventh [57th] meeting of the Finance Committee held on September 30, 2020.
58. Minutes of the Fifty-eighth [58th] meeting of the Finance Committee held on November 27, 2020.
59. Minutes of the Fifty-ninth [59th] meeting of the Finance Committee held on March 26, 2021.
60. Minutes of the Sixtieth [60th] meeting of the Finance Committee held on June 25, 2021.
61. Minutes of the Sixty-first [61st] meeting of the Finance Committee held on September 29, 2021.
62. Minutes of the Sixty-second [62nd] meeting of the Finance Committee held on December 29, 2021.
63. Minutes of the Sixty-third [63rd] meeting of the Finance Committee held on March 22, 2022.
64. Minutes of the Sixty-fourth [64th] meeting of the Finance Committee held on July 22, 2022.
65. Minutes of the Sixty-fifth [65th] meeting of the Finance Committee held on November 28, 2022.
66. Minutes of the Sixty-sixth [66th] meeting of the Finance Committee held on January 31, 2023.
67. Minutes of the Sixty-seventh [67th] meeting of the Finance Committee held on March 31, 2023.

 

Minutes of Emergent Meetings of the Finance Committee

  1. Minutes of the First [1st] Emergent Meeting
  2. Minutes of the Second [2nd] Emergent Meeting
  3. Minutes of the Third [3rd] Emergent Meeting of the Finance Committee held on August 13, 2021.
 
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Dr. V.K. Saraswat,

Scientific Advisor to Raksha Mantri

&

Secretary  Dept of Defence R&D, DGR&D  

Dr Vijay Kumar Saraswat, has taken over as Secy Dept of Defence R&D, DGR&D and SA to RM w.e.f. 1st Sep 2009. Born in 1949, he started his career in DRDO in 1972 with development of India's first Liquid Propulsion Engine, DEVIL. An M.Tech. from Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Banglore, he obtained a Doctorate in Propulsion Engineering from Osmania University. He established facilities for design, production and testing of engines and the RCS technologies for the missile applications.

 

 

As Project Director, he steered the design, development, production and induction of first indigenous surface-to-surface missile system Prithvi into the Armed Forces. The successful testing of missile on-board a moving ship with very Dhanush high terminal accuracy brought new dimensions in the national Defence scenario. Under the able leadership of Dr Saraswat, India has embarked on a challenging, futuristic Air Defence Programme encompassing development of complex anti ballistic missile systems, Radars, C4I systems and integration of battle management resources into a national authority. As Programme Director, he has spearheaded the concept of Theatre Defence Systems and integration of National Air Defence elements. As Director, Research Centre Imarat (RCI), Hyderabad, he conceptualized and established facilities for development of Micro and Nano Sensors for future avionics. He served as Chief Controller R&D (Missiles and Strategic Systems) for about four years before taking over present appointments.

 

 

Dr Saraswat is a fellow of National Academy of Engineering, Aeronautical Society of India, Astronautical Society of India, and Institution of Engineers. He is Chairman, Combustion Institute (Indian Section) and Aeronautical Society of India (Hyderabad Branch).

 

 

Dr Saraswat is the recipient of DRDO Scientist of the Year Award- 1987, National Aeronautical Prize-1993, DRDO Technology Transfer Award -1996 and Performance Excellence Award 1999. For his outstanding contributions to the nation, he has been conferred with Padma Shri in 1998.

It is my privilege to welcome you to Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology (MNNIT), formerly Motilal Nehru Regional Engineering College, Allahabad and invite you to explore the multidimensional facets of this Technical Institute using the official website. I believe you will gain an insight about what makes this Institute rated among top five National Institutes of Technology of the country. The Institute has already marked its presence as a leading research and teaching Institute. Its strengths and standing are best evidenced by the high quality of the national and international students admitted in various programs and well qualified faculty.

Historically, the Institute is located at the heart of the holy city of Allahabad popularly known as Prayag, located at the confluence of three pious rivers: Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati. The city has been glorified by several eminent personalities. The mission of MNNIT to excel in the field of technology in the backdrop of glorious intellectual and cultural life of the city will make the Institute the most preferred destination for young students aspiring to emerge as successful technologists. With the support of highly qualified faculty members and excellent infrastructure I hope we shall be able to continue to add to the intellectual and professional development of the country.

With dramatic developments in the field of Science and Technology in the recent past it has become extremely important for all of us to strive hard to keep pace with the changing scenario. The key to our success depends on the dedication of each individual. We need to work hard to maintain excellence in teaching and research in order to compete with other Technological Institutes of the country. The Institute is committed to equity and promoting talent without any prejudice. I strongly believe, like me you would also love to enjoy the proud privilege of becoming a part of this Institute which has witnessed 50 glorious years of its existence.

P. Chakrabarti

(director@mnnit.ac.in)

Office of the Chief Vigilance Officer

Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology Allahabad

Allahabad-211004, India

 

The Chief Vigilance Officer of the Institute is appointed by the Director for a term of three years to assist the Director in all vigilance related matter. The CVO is required to function as per the guidelines provided by the CVC on the matters pertaining to vigilance Prof. Mukesh Kumar is presently functioning as CVO of the Institute.

 

Function of CVO:

The CVO heads the Vigilance Division of the organization concerned and acts as a special assistant/advisor to the chief executive in all matters pertaining to vigilance. He also provides a link between his organisation and the Central Vigilance Commission on one hand and his organisation and the Central Bureau of Investigation on the other. Vigilance functions to be performed by the CVO are of wide sweep and include collecting intelligence about the corrupt practices committed, or likely to be committed by the employees of his organisation; investigating or causing an investigation to be made into verifiable allegations reported to him; processing investigation reports for further consideration of the disciplinary authority concerned; referring the matters to the Commission for advice wherever necessary, taking steps to prevent commission of improper practices/misconducts, etc. Thus, the CVOs' functions can broadly be divided into three parts, viz.

(i) Preventive vigilance;

(ii) Punitive vigilance; and

(iii) Surveillance and detection. 

 

Name of and Contact address of Chief Vigilance Officer:

Prof. Mukesh Kumar
Department of Mathematics,
Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology Allahabad, Prayagraj-211004 India
Phone NO: office 1256 Residence 1666

 

 

·         Central Vigilance Commission (CVC)