BMU’s pedagogy of ‘Doing is the new way of learning’ was covered by NDTV Prime on the 10th of June, for a programme called ‘What’s Brewing at BML Munjal University’. Showcasing BMU’s hands-on learning approach, the channel featured the various partnerships and cutting-edge technology in the labs on campus.
On the 7th of June, Career360 covered the EcoKart. A student initiative, as part of the University’s hands on learning approach, the EcoKart is a low budget passenger electrical kart. Built from scratch, the vehicle can reach a speed of 60km/hr.
The university renewed its focus towards going green and took energy efficiency measures and projects as a part of their ‘integrated campus sustainability initiative’ on World Environment Day.
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SAVERA or the Students As Volunteers in Education to Reach & Assist, a student run club on campus has started a tongue twister challenge to increase awareness about the rampant illiteracy plaguing the country.
The challenge is to record a video of yourself, repeating the tongue twister 4 times correctly, share it on the BMU Facebook page and nominate 3 friends to do the same. The tongue twister is as follows: ‘Sunrise to Sunset, Sunset to Sunrise, you Surely Should Share Something with Someone’.
Students from the MBA, BBA and BCom courses at BMU, flew to London to attend the summer school at Imperial College London held during between the 15th - 30th of July. Learn concepts in Design Thinking, Marketing, Presentation skills and much more, our students got an insight into global trends and practices.
Silicon magazine wrote on the 13th of June, about the need for continuously contemporizing curriculum and improving teaching standards in MBA institutes in the country. BML Munjal University is at the forefront with its global curriculum, industry ready approach and international and industry tie-ups, ensuring employability from day one.
BMU is the place to explore! All opportunities for initiatives are enabling us to excel in real world by improving our creativity and innovative skills.
College wouldn’t have been half as much fun, productive and amazing as it’s been if I take being a BMU Ambassador out of the equation. It is definitely one of the best things that can happen to a Munjalite.
My first year at BMU has been a life-changing experience. The exposure I have got in this one year has made me question a lot of conventions I grew up with. I can feel my mind broadening.
BMU has not only been a B-school for climbing the corporate ladder but also the personal one. Being here has taught me how to structure my life better.
BMU is a place where you can build yourself as you get multiple opportunities to try new things at ease and the mentor-mentee relationship lets you have one person you can always talk to no matter what. So far the journey at BMU has taught me how to manage time well in advance to have an advantage over the others.