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Smart India Hackathon 2019 Award

As you are aware that Smart India Hackathon 2019 is a nation wide initiative to provide students a platform to solve technical problems of various miniseries and corporates thus inculcate a culture of product innovation and a mindset of problem solving.

In the last edition of the Hackathon 2018 over 5 million+ students from various engineering colleges compete for the top prize at 35 different locations in which our two teams won a cash prize of Rs. 50000/- each by Ministry of Skill Development & Government of Maharashtra.

During Smart India Hackathon 2019, 57897 ideas with 2 lakhs + students having 34000 teams have participated to work on challenges faced within the private sector organisations and create world class solutions for some of the top companies in the world, thus helping the Private sector hire the best minds from across the nation. 

We are pleased to share that during this year our 37 teams consisting of 222 students (82 Girls & 140 boys) participated out of which 05 teams were short listed for grand finale.  All the teams were motivated, guided and mentored. All the teams were very happy and they shared their experiences that they learned during the Hackathon.   We feel happy to note the participation of 222 students in this national level technical competition.  Participation in such type of competition definitely adds various attributes required for the professional career.

Further, out of five teams one of our team ‘Coding Demons JM’ consisting of following students secured first position with a cash prize of Rs. 1,00,000/-.

Sr. No. Name Roll No. Branch Batch
1. Mr. Aayush Madan 1216610 IT 2016-20
2. Ms. Deepankuri 1216200 CSE 2016-20
3. Ms. Gitika 1216208 CSE 2016-20
4. Mr. Archit Garg 1216608 IT 2016-20
5. Mr. Umesh Gupta 1216658 IT 2016-20
6. Mr. Arsh Jethi 1217218 CSE 2017-21

They provided solution to the problem of Technology bucket- Healthcare & biomedical devices for  ‘Apollo Hospitals’.  The team has developed a software application called ‘I SEE U’ to facilitate a virtual visit to a patient in ICU from anywhere by remotely and securely logging into the hospital website   The other teams have also performed exceptionally good in the competition.

Our heartiest congratulations to the winners and the faculty incharges.

Pariksha Pe Charcha 2.0 programme, scheduled on 29th Jan 2019

Hon’ble PM will be interacting with Students of Schools & Colleges in the Pariksha Pe Charcha 2.0 programme, scheduled on 29th Jan 2019 at 11 am. It is an unique interaction where students, parents and teachers will join from India & across the Globe.

Watch live PARIKSHA PE CHARCHA 2.0 at 11:00 AM, 29th January, 2019 on

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Blood Donation Mela Chart – 2017

A singular unique achievement of Seth Jai Parkash Mukand Lal Institutions has been the evolving of ‘Blood Donation Culture’ among all the members of the Staff & Students of these Institutions and citizens during the last more than 35 years.

Blood Donation Chart – 2017
Date Name of the Institute Units of Blood
Jan 5 VMLG PG College, Ghaziabad 169
Feb 4 Mukand Lal National Sr. Sec. School, YNR 116
Feb 27 JMIETI, Radaur 342
March 31 TIMT, Yamuna Nagar 296
May 21 Hotel Mansingh, Jaipur 205
June 14 M.L.N. College/TIMT, Yamuna Nagar 178
Aug 1 WelcomHotel, Jodhpur 205
Aug 15 Hotel Mansingh Palace, Agra 325
Sept 4 Seth Jai Parkash Polytechnic, Damla 289
Sept 5 M.L.N. College, Yamuna Nagar 561
Sept 6 M.L.N. College, Radaur 200
Sept 6 Mukand Lal Public School, Yamuna Nagar 252
Oct 2 Hotel Mansingh Palace, Ajmer 191
Nov 19 JMIT, Radaur 546
Total 3875

Blood Donation Chart - 2017

Organization Chart

An organization chart or “org chart,” as it’s more commonly known, is a diagram that displays a reporting or relationship hierarchy.
The most frequent application of an organization chart is to show the structure of a business, government, or other organization.

Letter From CoEP

This is to certify that College of Engineering, Pune is in the process of selecting 100 institutes in india which can be transformed into an IIT like institution. We confirm that Seth Jai Prakash Mukand Lal Institute of Engineering and Technology (JMIT), Radaur, Distt Yamunanagar, Haryana, has been selected among the 100 such institutes to be transformed by College of Engineering, Pune into an IIT like institute considering their credentials and potential of their instutues.