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
Dr. Neha Yadav, Assistant Professor at BMU, recently delivered a session on ‘Artificial Neural Networks and Harmony Search Algorithm for solution of Boundary Value problems’ under the umbrella of TEQIP-III Sponsored Faculty Development Programme, organized by Rajasthan Technical University, Kota and Geetanjali Institute of Science & Technology, Udaipur . The theme of the programme was ‘Research Innovation in Technology’.
- Dr Mukesh Mann, Assistant Professor at BMU, speaks at TQIP’s Faculty Development Programme September 06, 2018
Dr. Mukesh Mann recently delivered a session on ‘Nature Inspired Algorithms for Solving Complex Engineering Problems’ and ‘Optimization Techniques using Matlab’ under the umbrella of TQIP Sponsored Faculty Development Programme at Galgotia University and J.S.S. Academy of Technical Education, Noida.
The talk was based on Metaheuristic Algorithm research and problem solving using soft computing techniques. The session discussed the approach that has been adopted by many researchers in solving engineering problems during the last few years.
- BMU, Alibaba Cloud Tianchi and Zhejiang Lab come together for Natural Language Processing (NLP) Hackathon October 01, 2018
- Alibaba Cloud Tianchi’s first Hackathon in India in association with Zhejiang Lab
- Hackathon challenged participants to solve problems around Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Artificial Intelligence (AI)
- Students displayed their programming skills with innovative solutions to practical problems
BML Munjal University, Alibaba Cloud Tianchi and Zhejiang Lab came together to host a Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) Hackathon at BMU Campus. Students were presented with a problem around NLP and AI for which they used their programming skills and Alibaba Cloud’s resources to develop breakthrough algorithms. A panel of experts from Alibaba Cloud Tianchi and Zhejiang Lab evaluated the projects. Watch this space for announcement on winners!
BMU was one of the partners with Hindustan Times to host the 18th HT-PACE Annual Inter- School Quiz, Inquizitive-2018 at the Talkatora Stadium, Delhi. The highly reputed event featured more than 350 schools from Delhi NCR which vied with each other in the preliminary round.A vibrant mix of fun, frolic, music, dances and acrobatics made this test of knowledge a fun- filled experience. The participants were tested on diverse subjects such as history, current affairs, politics, music, sports and literature. Springdales School, Dhaula Kuan, won the ultimate finale while DPS, Vasant Kunj, bagged the second prize. BMU congratulates all the winners.
While in their final year of engineering at BMU, young entrepreneurs Mayank and Prateek founded Brainweave, with the aim to facilitate schools and universities with ‘smart curriculum’, designed to enable quality learning and holistic development of students. On witnessing how the curriculum unleashed the potential of students, the young founders felt an urge to contribute to the social sector. This led them to provide CSR consultancy services. Being tech enthusiasts, they also incorporated software product development and solutions into their portfolio of services.The young entrepreneurs believe that the experiential learning and life skill development courses they received at BMU helped them develop leadership skills and own their career.