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Haryana Domicile Scholarship

As per provisions of the Haryana Private Universities Act 2006, clause 35 & 36, BML Munjal University will grant scholarship to Haryana Domicile students on merit cum means basis subject to meeting minimum eligibility admission criteria and completing the admission process. It is mandatory for candidates applying under the category of Haryana Domicile to submit Domicile certificate at the time of counselling/admission. Admission & Award of scholarship will be decided by the Admissions & Scholarship Committee and its decision shall be final and binding. Seats remaining unfilled by the stipulated date in this category shall be treated as unreserved.

Hero MotoCorp Educate to Empower ‘E2’ Scholarship

BML Munjal University recognises excellence in education and encourages its students to be the best in their chosen field. The university offers ‘E2’scholarships* to selected students in 8 separate disciplines who have consistently performed well and have been the top rank holders in their respective cohorts.

Educate to Empower ‘E2’ scholarships will cover tuition, boarding, and lodging costs. In the first year, scholarships worth 35 lakhs were awarded to the deserving students.

HERO MotoCorp ‘Hamari Pari’ Scholarship

BML Munjal University offers ‘Hamari Pari’ scholarships* to meritorious female students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds who have maintained an exemplary academic record throughout their 1st year at the university.

In the first year, scholarships worth 25 lakhs were awarded to the deserving students.

Note: * Scholarships are awarded to pre-existing students.

* Terms and Conditions apply for scholarships

  • ICSHA 2018 -- First of its Kind in India, hosted by BMU February 07, 2018

    BML Munjal University hosted ICHSA 2018 - the 4th International Conference on Harmony search, Soft Computing and Applications from 7th to 9th February, 2018 in collaboration with the Soft Computing Research Society, NIT Uttarakhand and Korea University, South Korea.

    Prof. Shyam Lal Soni, Director NIT Uttarakhand inaugurated the conference in the presence of the Vice-Chancellor Prof. (Dr.) B.S. Satyanarayana; Dean, SOET, Prof. (Dr.) M. B. Srinivas; and Honorary chair, Dr. Joong Hoon Kim, Korea University. Eminent Speakers from different parts of the world came to deliver insightful talks in the area of soft computing and optimization techniques.

    The conference saw participation from universities throughout the world, and was successful in assembling the great minds of Computer Science Applications in one location making the university resound with an intellectual ring. The conference convener Dr. Neha Yadav, Asst. Professor, Department of Mathematics informed that in total 220 papers were submitted from 16 different countries and out of those, 117 papers registered and were presented during the conference.

  • Fraunhofer’s Director Visits B.Tech Students on Campus January 11, 2018

    Dr Karlheinz Brandenburg, Director of Fraunhofer Institute for Digital Media Technology IDMT and Head of Electronic Media Technology Group at Ilmenau University of Technology, visited the BMU on the 11th January. Acclaimed for pioneering work in digital audio coding and as the inventor of mp3 and MPEG audio-video coding standards, he spoke to the B.Tech students on Digital Media Technology, Sound Acoustics and innovations in the field of sound.

  • BMU, Rockman Industries Work to Take “Make in India” Vision Forward February 08, 2018

    BMU in association with Rockman Industries has been intensively involved in the identification of solutions to high value technical problems in automotive industry. One of the projects involves systematic experimentation, detailed analysis and application of innovative thinking to provide unique solution with large scale processing in mind. It envisages to accomplish and implement the vision of Make in India promoted by the Prime Minister adhering to the international environment friendly standards.

    The potential outcomes of the research, could also be employed in various sectors such as aerospace, aeronautics, etc.

  • BMU Student Wins Gold February 04, 2018

    Tarun Yadav, BMU’s Final Year BTech student, won Gold in Senior’s “No-Gi” category in the under 62 kg weight class, putting BMU on the map and making us proud.

  • BMU Discusses ‘Neural networks and Applications’ March 01, 2018

    Dr. Neha Yadav, Assistant Professor, School of Engineering & Technology at BMU delivered a talk on “Neural networks and Applications” at a Faculty Development Programme on ‘Soft Computing Approaches and its Applications’ organised by the Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Institute of Engineering & Technology, Lucknow.