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Mugneeram Bangur Memorial Engineering College (MBMEC), Jodhpur, Rajasthan



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Mugneeram Bangur Memorial Engineering College (MBMEC), Jodhpur, Rajasthan
Address:Faculty Of Engineering, Jai Narain Vyas University
Jodhpur (District Jodhpur)
Rajasthan, India
Pin Code : 342011


Mugneeram Bangur Memorial Engineering College (MBMEC), Jodhpur Rajasthan is a recognised institute / college. Mugneeram Bangur Memorial Engineering College (MBMEC), Jodhpur Rajasthan is also known as MBM Engineering College.

Mugneeram Bangur Memorial Engineering College (MBMEC), Jodhpur Rajasthan was established on / in 15 August 1951.


Mugneeram Bangur Memorial Engineering College (MBMEC), Jodhpur Rajasthan is situated in Jodhpur of Rajasthan state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Jodhpur comes under Jodhpur Tehsil, Jodhpur District.

Fax # of Mugneeram Bangur Memorial Engineering College (MBMEC), Jodhpur Rajasthan is 02+91-2513733 /2514448, 649465.

Contact Person(s) of the Mugneeram Bangur Memorial Engineering College (MBMEC), Jodhpur Rajasthan is (are): Chief Proctor Prof Bhim Singh Chauhan.

email ID(s) is Mugneeram Bangur Memorial Engineering College (MBMEC) Jodhpur Rajasthan

Website of Mugneeram Bangur Memorial Engineering College (MBMEC), Jodhpur Rajasthan is www.mbmcollege.org/.


Contact Details of Mugneeram Bangur Memorial Engineering College (MBMEC), Jodhpur Rajasthan are : Telephone: +91-291-2514790 / 2514448, 432947


Courses

Under Graduate Program B.E.(Chemical Engineering) B.E.(Civil Engineering) B.E.(Information Technology) B.E.(Electrical Engineering) B.E.(Minning Engineering) B.E.(Computer Science and Engineering) B.E.(Electronic Engineering) B.E.(Production and Industrial Engineering) B.E.(Electronics Engineering) B.E.(Mechanical Engineering) Bachelor of Architecture(B.Arch) Post Graduate Program M.E.(Civil Engineering) M.E.(Electrical Engineering) M.E.(Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering) M.E.(Mechenical Engineering) M.E.(Minning Engineering) M.E.(Structural Engineering) M.E.(Computer Science and Engineering) Master of Computer Application(M.C.A)


Number of seats in Mugneeram Bangur Memorial Engineering College (MBMEC), Jodhpur Rajasthan is 282.
Mugneeram Bangur Memorial Engineering College (MBMEC), Jodhpur Rajasthan runs course(s) in Architecture, Computer Applications, Engineering, Information Technology stream(s).

Profile of Mugneeram Bangur Memorial Engineering College (MBMEC)

Mugneeram Bangur Memorial Engineering College was established on 15 August 1951, by Government of Rajasthan. It is considered as the pioneer technical institution of the state enjoying reputations at both National and International levels. The College is constituent faculty of Engineering of the Jai Narain Vyas University, Jodhpur(formerly the University of Jodhpur). Pioneer in the field of technical education, this college is enjoying the reputation at international level. This college has been providing responsible and competent Engineers. Presently it offers degree courses in B.E. in 9 different branches, M.E. in 7 branches, B.Arch., MCA under the Computer Science and Engineering Department, Phd programs in the most of the Departments.

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Media coverage of Mugneeram Bangur Memorial Engineering College (MBMEC), Jodhpur Rajasthan, Rajasthan

JNVU ragging case: Criminal case against 16 students

Jodhpur: Criminal cases have been slapped against 16 students of Jai Narain Vyas University (JNVU) here after a first year engineering student went into depression following ragging, police said on Monday.

The father of Shelendra Kumar Meena alleged that his son was ragged and “harassed physically and mentally” by his seniors.

The university authorities then lodged a first information report against 16 seniors.

According to police, the incident took place at the university's MBM Engineering College.

Shelendra Meena's father alleged that his son was called to the seniors' hostel twice during night and ragged for hours.

One night, they made him stay till 2 am and even threatened him. When he protested, some of the seniors thrashed him, said a police officer.

The father said that his son was under depression.

Police case against 16 for ragging

Criminal cases have been slapped against 16 students of Jai Narain Vyas University here after a first year engineering student went into depression following ragging, police said on Monday.

The father of Shelendra Kumar Meena alleged that his son was ragged and harassed physically and mentally by his seniors.

The university authorities then lodged a first information report against 16 seniors.

According to police, the incident took place at the universitys MBM Engineering College in Jodhpur, some 285 km from here.

Shelendra Meenas father alleged that his son was called to the seniors hostel twice during night and ragged for hours.

One night, they made him stay till 2 a.m. and even threatened him. When he protested, some of the seniors thrashed him, said a police officer.

The father said that his son was under depression.

HC takes self motivated cognizance, issues notices to JNVU, MBM College dean over ragging

Jodhpur: Taking self-motivated cognizance of the Bhaskar report on MBM College ragging incident, Rajasthan High Court has summoned response from the varsity and college dean.Justice Gopal Krishna Vyas has issued show cause notices and demanded response from Jai Narayan Vyas University (JNVU) and MBM College dean. Kamal Meena had complained to the hostel authorities in MBM College that his son Shailendra Meena, was tortured in the name of ragging on September 15. The student was so terrified by the incident that he left college and went back to his home in Jaipur the very next day. Shailendra is a first year student of engineering.

It must be noted that the hostel administration had suspended 15 students before Kamal filed his complaint.

Jodhpur Student Union poll: Beer bottle for votes

Jodhpur: The last phase of Student Union poll has showcased no value for the code of conduct prescribed by the university in Jodhpur. The candidates have been offering alcohol to the students in their hostel so as to get their valuable votes. The police officials posted at the election offices, university and hostel entrance have not been able to stop the supplies of alcohol.According to the reports, the candidates contesting the election have been supplying beer and whiskey cartons through the back entrance of the MBM Engineering College after 10pm. Also, a vehicle without a number plate was used to deliver the alcohol at the hostel. The students who take the delivery are also offered with additional alcohol.

The official from ABVP, Mahendra Choudhary, has denied the allegations and stated that it is almost impossible to deliver alcohol in the hostels with the police officials on the guard. Also, the Chief Electoral officer of the university, Professor Sudhi Rajeev, has stated that the candidates are subjected to follow the code of conduct prescribed by the university; however, in case of any unfair practice the candidates will be disqualified.

Hundreds of JNVU students could be debarred from voting in student union elections

Jodhpur: Hundreds of students in the Jai Narain Vyas University (JNVU) will be debarred from voting in the student union elections this year. The reason for this is the incomplete admission process to BE first semester course. Also, the students who appear in the supplementary examinations will not be allowed to vote.

First semester students from the engineering department will not be able to vote as admission MBM College is yet to issue its seat allotment list. the seat allotment list was issued by the Board of Technical Education of Rajasthan, but the admission process will be only completed once the students report to their allotted colleges, which will only be possible after August 10. However, the students who take admission after August 10 will not be included in voter list.

About 500 students are expected to take admission through Rajasthan Pre Engineering Test, while about 10000 private and regular students are to appear in the supplementary examinations. All these willcould be debarred from voting in the elections.

The university has recently increased about 500 seats in various departments. The cut-off lists to these departments have also been announced, but only those students who are able to deposit fees before August 10 will be able to vote in the students union elections.

50 years of JNVU: Marathon held to celebrate momentous occasion

Jodhpur: A marathon was organised to celebrate the completion of 50 years by Jai Narayan Vyas University on Thursday. Students, teachers and staff from JNVU enthusiastically took part in the marathon.The marathon was flagged off by Police Commissioner Bhupendra Singh at around 7:15 am from the old campus. Stand-in Vice Chancellor Professor BS Rajpurohit and Principal Secretary Nirmala Meena were present.

The race ended at the new campus with the participants taking the road through the police line, Bhatia crossing and MBM Engineering College.A condolence ceremony was also organised to pay tribute to the victims of the Mumbai serial blasts that occurred in Mumbai on Wednesday evening.

50 years of JNVU: Marathon held to celebrate momentous occasion

Jodhpur: A marathon was organised to celebrate the completion of 50 years by Jai Narayan Vyas University on Thursday. Students, teachers and staff from JNVU enthusiastically took part in the marathon.

The marathon was flagged off by Police Commissioner Bhupendra Singh at around 7:15 am from the old campus. Stand-in Vice Chancellor Professor BS Rajpurohit and Principal Secretary Nirmala Meena were present.

The race ended at the new campus with the participants taking the road through the police line, Bhatia crossing and MBM Engineering College.

A condolence ceremony was also organised to pay tribute to the victims of the Mumbai serial blasts that occurred in Mumbai on Wednesday evening.

Engineering student scores low, attempts suicide

Jodhpur: The pressure of studies is killing the innocence of young students and forcing them to take grave steps.

An engineering student was found unconscious behind bushes on the way to Ratanada Ganesh temple on Sunday evening. The first year student of MBM college had consumed pieces of glass and drank phenyl. She took the extreme step of attemptinmg suicide because she had scored low in Computer Science examinations.She was spotted by residents of the area and taken to nearby Mahatma Gandhi Hospital. Ratanada Station Incharge Madan Beniwal said the girl stays in a private hostel near Senapati Bhavan. The girl was unable to speak as glass pieces were stuck in her throat. On inquiry, she wrote that she did not want to study and her father had forced her to study.

She had scored low in a paper and was tensed due to this. She further said it was because of this that she attempted suicide.The relatives of the girl reached hospital when they got the information. They said she has always been a good student. Her classmates told police that their first semester results were declared a week ago and she had not scored well. They also said possibly she did not appear for a paper.

Police have recovered a bottle of phenyl from the spot where she was found.

MBM fest: MTV Roadies host Ranvijay and singer Sri Ram in city

Jodhpur: MTV Roadies host Rajvijay Singh and playback singer Sri Ram reached Jodhpur city to participate in MBM fest on Friday.The celebs were given a super warm welcome by their fans when they landed at the airport.

The first ever winner of MTV Roadies and famous playback singer are here in town to participate in MBM Engineering Colleges fest. The famous youth icons Ranvijay and Sri Ram are reality shows products.

MTV VJ Ranvijay said, he is the first Roadies winner and host of fifth and sixth season of MTV Roadies. He said hosting MTV Roadies show was not as tough as winning MTV Roadies first season. He said one had to face new challenges each day. He further added MTV Roadies made him tough.
Ranvijay said he is also trying his luck in films. He said people have appreciated his performance in Action Replay.Playback singer Sri Ram said for him this is just the beginning there is a long way to go.

Reality show contestants rock Spectro 2011 finale

Jodhpur: Spectro 2011, the annual cultural festival organised by the students union of MBM Engineering College reached its finale on Tuesday night.
The last day of the fest witnessed some rocking performances by Indian Idol contestant Swaroop Khan and Dance India Dance participant Mangesh.

The students had a great time clapping for each performance of Swaroop and there were roars of once more when Mangesh gave his first performance.

Swaroop, who hails from Jaisalmer, first sang Kesariya Balam when he came on the stage. He later sang popular Bollywood numbers like Taakte Rehte Tujhko Saanjh Sawere and Mujhse Shaadi Karogi.

He also made the students tap their feet with Rajasthani folk songs such as Nimbuda Nimbuda and Jab Dekhun Banne Ri Laal Peeli Akhiyaan.
Mangesh gave his first performance on a DJ Mix and entered the stage in a heroic fashion with a long jump.He also danced on hit numbers Tujhe Bhoola Diya and Chhap Tilak.

Meanwhile, My FM RJ Rax also sang Ibn-e-Batuta and O O Jaane Jaana.

Vice-chancellor Professor Navin Mathur appreciated the event during his address to the students.

Vroom! Students sports car gears up for racing

Jodhpur: The students of MBM engineering college have got a reason to smile as the sports car made by them is all set to participate in the All India Baja Competition to be organised in Pithampur near Indore next month.

And the reason for them to be happier is that the Jai Narayan Vyas University (JNVU) has finally cleared the way for the car to enter the competition by postponing the examinations, which were the major hurdle in its way.

The seventh semester examinations of engineering students have been postponed.Significantly, highlighting the issue, Hindi daily Dainik Bhaskar had published an article on Monday.A team of 14 students have been working hard from last eight months to make this car and JNVU Chancellor Professor Naveen Mathur had also directed to provide 1.5 lakh to the students for the project.
Recently, JNVU had announced the examination dates which were clashing with the date of the event, resulting in disappointment among the students.
Earlier, the examinations were scheduled to start from January 24 and end on February 8, while the competition is scheduled to take place from January 25 to 31.The examinations have now been postponed and will start from January 27 and the exams of seventh semester for Mechanical students will take place after February 27.It may be recalled that nine months ago, 290 colleges from across the country took part in the All India Baja Competition, among which 80 colleges were selected to design racer car. MBM College was one of the selected colleges. 14 students from mechanical stream were selected from MBM College to design the car.

IIM CAT 2010 results are announced

Jodhour: The results of the Common Admission Test (CAT) held in Octber-November 2010 by IIM Lucknow was declared late on Tuesday.

Over 20 students from Jodhpur have scored more than 90 percentile in the exams.

Around 550 students from Jodhour had appeared for this exam. Brajpal Singh Bhati, a student of MBM Engineering College, has scored 98.57 percentile, while Mohit Bulchandani from the same college have got 98.23 percentile.

Mohit and Brajpal have given the credit of their success to their family, friends and their teacher Avinash Dixit.



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