Shoolini University of Biotechnology and Management Sciences gets ‘Most Upcoming Engineering School Award’
The highest body of commerce and industries in India, the ASSOCHAM India (The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India) recognised the achievements of Shoolini School of Engineering and awarded it with the ‘Best Emerging Engineering School Award’ for 2014. ASSOCHAM is India's 94 years old premier apex chamber, which has a membership of over four lakh companies and professionals across the country.
The ASSOCHAM awarded the Indian institutions, schools and education service providers for exemplary contribution to quality education for an employable workforce that can harness its demographic dividend and to cater the need of industry. Various Universities, Institutions, Enterprises and Corporate across the country were evaluated on the basis of different parameters like innovation, scalability, ability to overcome challenges, achievements and impact potential.
Noted educationist Padma Vibhushan Dr. Karan Singh bestowed the award on behalf of'AASOCHAM at its National Education Summit and Education Excellence Awards ceremony held recently in New Delhi. The award was received by Prof. Arvind Nanda, Director General School of Engineering and Technology and Prof. Atul Khosla, Pro Vice Chancellor and Executive Trustee of the university.
The Shoolini Engineering School has achieved this distinction because of infrastructure, quality faculty and international collaborations with Seoul National University, South Korea which is ranked in the top 25 universities globally. The School o has also signed MoUs with Gachon University and Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology South Korea for student and faculty exchange and joint research programs. Five of its B Tech ECE and CSE students are pursuing one semester in the South Korean universities under Shoolini’s International student exchange program. Prof. Hyoung-In-Lee Research Professor from Seoul National University also visited Shoolini University of Biotechnology and Management Sciences to guide the Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering students for a fortnight.
To meet the requirements of the industry and to enhance the employability of Shoolini graduates, Shoolini School of Engineering has also entered in a tie up with Anand Automotive Group, leading manufacturer of automotive components and systems in India. A similar alliance has been initiated with DAMCO solutions, a leading software development and testing firm which is actively participating in the restructuring the syllabus of Computer Science and Engineering as per the industry requirements.