The Entrepreneurship Cell of MSIT, also known as, “eCell MSIT” is an initiative to provide the entrepreneurial minds with an open platform to gain knowledge about entrepreneurship, startups- ventures. Our sole aim is to let the concept of entrepreneurship burgeon and evolve. We aim at building a strong urge for people to innovate, take risks, shoulder social responsibility and indulge in creative execution of vibrant business ventures.

eCell MSIT was found in 2014 by the students in order to ignite the spark of entrepreneurship and teach the students basic concepts, procedure and terminology involved in entrepreneurial life, startups and ventures. We aspire to create a hub for the students to explore the world of business. eCell MSIT provides large opportunities to interact with famous and renowned people from the field of entrepreneurship through the meetups and workshops held frequently. In February 2017, CNBC India listed us among Top 120 E-Cells in India.

eCell conducts regular meetings and workshops for the students to provide knowledge and hands-on experience of real-life challenges. eCell MSIT has not only made students understand about entrepreneurship but has also been providing them with internship opportunities through internship fairs. The annual Entrepreneurship Summit, conducted by eCell MSIT, has been one of the major and successful events at MSIT. An ‘Entrepreneurship Course’ has been introduced from the session 2017-18 which allows students to learn different aspects and topics straight from the field experts. Student community has always enjoyed Startup Visits planned by eCell MSIT over the last few years.

One can know more through our regularly updated Facebook page (https://facebook.com/ecellmsit/) or refer our website (https://www.ecellmsit.in/) to read interesting articles and know more about the upcoming event. Drop us a mail at [email protected].

eCell MSIT Convener: Dr. Neeru Rathee (Associate Professor, ECE)



MHRD’s Innovation Cell (MIC) is an initiative by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India, established to foster the culture of innovation amongst all Higher Engineering Institutions (HEIs) and inspire young students to work with new ideas.

Under MIC, a network of IICs (Institute Innovation Cell) has been established across selected HEIs to promote innovation and make the institution’s ecosystem innovation-friendly.

Goals of IIC MSIT

  • Nurture students to transform their ideas into prototypes.
  • Prepare institute for Atal Ranking of Institutions on Innovation Achievements Framework.
  • Develop better Cognitive Ability for Technology Students.

Functions of IIC MSIT

  • Organizes interactions with entrepreneurs and investors that create a mentor pool for student innovators.
  • Conducts innovation and entrepreneurship-related activities prescribed by MIC in time bound fashion.
  • Rewarding innovations and sharing success stories.
  • Organizes Quizzes, Hackathons, Idea competitions, etc. with the involvement of industries.
  • Expanding networks with various industrial organizations.

Departments in IIC MSIT

  • Innovation Dept: Aims to develop an ecosystem for innovation in the institute and encourage students to work with new ideas.
  • Entrepreneurship Dept: Develops Start-Up supporting mechanisms and networks with the industries to provide the students with necessary exposure.
  • Social Media: Share the success stories of students so that their work is recognized.



Dr. Sudesh Pahal (ECE): Convener (8588964280)

Dr. Neeru Rathee (ECE): Startup Coordinator

Dr. Geetika Dhand (CSE): Innovation activity Coordinator

Dr. Poonam Dahiya (ECE): IPR Coordinator

Dr. Kavita Sheoran (CSE): Innovation activity Member

Dr. Adeel Hashmi (CSE): Social media coordinator

Dr. Sitender Malik (IT): ARIIA, NIRF Coordinator

Dr. Amita Yadav (CSE): Internship Coordinator


Overall Student Coordinator & Society Head: Tanay Aggarwal (IT, [email protected])

Overall Student Coordinator: Ojash Bhardwaj (CSE)

Student Content Coordinator: Lakshay Chandna (CSE), Lovpreet Singh (CSE)

Student Publicity Coordinator: Sudesh Kumar (IT), Shivam Gera (IT)

Student Activity Coordinators: Himanshu Malik (ECE)

Student Tech Coordinator:  Amar Sinha (CSE)


Social media links

Website: iic.msit.in

Instagram: https://Instagram.com/iic.msit

LinkedIn:  https://linkedin.com/company/iic-msit

Contact Details
[email protected]


Unnat Bharat Abhiyan Cell MSIT is the participating student body of MSIT, which is a part of the flagship initiative undertaken by Ministry of Human Resources and Development (MHRD) to bring out positive transformational change in the rural areas through the help of technical institutions. UBA Cell MSIT has been committed to solving the problems faced by the residents of five villages adopted by MSIT by suggesting innovative solutions.


     Adopted Villages:

  1. Asalatpur

  2. Dabri

  3. Nangli Jalib

  4. Nangal Raya

  5. Tihar Gaon



Executive, Content & Social Media, PR, Outreach and Hosting, Sponsorship, Technical, Internal Affairs & EVM, Creativity

       Activities under UBA, MSIT

  • Conducting surveys in adopted villages

  • Identifying problems and issues of the area

  • Organizing Gramsabha, awareness camps, Nukkad natak, Rallies related to issues identified

  • Preparing Village Development Plans(VDPs)

  • Interaction with local residents, distribution of pamphlets for sanitation, literacy awareness

  • Working on Technical projects to resolve their problems



Convener: Dr. Kavita Sheoran (Assoc. Professor, CSE)

Links for social media: 



India is a unique nation, whose fabric has been woven by diverse linguistic, cultural and religious threads, held together into a composite national identity by a rich history of cultural evolution, coupled with a freedom struggle that was built around the tenets of non-violence and justice. The spirit of mutual understanding amidst a shared history has enabled a special unity in diversity, which stands out as a tall flame of nationhood that needs to be nourished and cherished into the future.

Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat (EBSB) programme is an AICTE initiative, that aims to enhance interaction & promote mutual understanding between people of different states/UTs through the concept of state/UT pairing. The states carry out activities to promote a sustained and structured cultural connect in the areas of language learning, culture, traditions & music, tourism & cuisine, sports and sharing of best practices, and more.

Time and technology have narrowed down distances in terms of connect and communication. In an era that facilitates mobility and outreach, it is important to establish cultural exchanges between people of different regions, as a means to further human bonding and a common approach to nation-building. Mutual understanding and trust are the foundations of India's strength and all citizens should feel culturally integrated in all corners of India. As per the direction received from EBSB Cell, Department of Higher Education, MHRD, Maharaja Surajmal Institute of Technology has conducted various events to promote the objective of EBSB for our partnered Institute (Centre for Computers and Communication Technology (CCCT), Sikkim). Our future endeavours would be to promote the idea of a sustained and structured cultural connect between people of different regions by carrying out a structured engagement with our partnered institute in the spheres of language, literature, cuisine, festivals, cultural events, tourism and more.


Team members 
Ms. Sonika Malik (Assistant Professor, IT)
Dr. Nishtha Jatana (Assistant Professor, CSE)
Ms. Deepshikha Yadav (Assistant Professor, ECE)


The Industry-Institution-Interaction Cell (IIIC) has been established by AICTE. In order to ensure that technical students get exposure to the industrial environment and current technologies relevant to their subjects and opportunities to learn, understand and sharpen real time technical and managerial skills, AICTE has made internships mandatory.

The objective of Industry-Institution-Interaction Cell at MSIT is to establish purposeful interaction between the industry and institution. IIIC aims to bridge the gap between the institute and the industry and offers real time exposure on projects and other developments.

IIIC provides an excellent platform for both the students as well as the faculty members to be aware of industry expectations from the graduates. IIIC serves as a podium to exhibit the best practices, latest technologies in industry and their implementation.  


Key functions of III Cell

  • Organizes Summer internships – in-house industrial training
  • Manages AICTE internship Portal (https://internship.aicte-india.org) to facilitate the students in getting suitable internship opportunities for better employability
  • Dissemination of Information for various Trainings opportunities for students in leading industries throughout the year
  • Prepares Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between industry & institute
  • Conducts Industrial visits for students as well as faculty members
  • Organizes Lectures/Technical talks/Seminars/Workshops including members of industry experts, faculty & students of MSIT

Members of the III Cell

  • Dr. Amita Yadav (Convener)
  • Ms. Geetanjali Sharma (Co-Convener)
  • Ms. Swati Malik (Member)


(Vision: “Strength through collaboration”)

The National Digital Library of India (NDLI) represents a digital endeavor initiated by IIT Kharagpur and the Ministry of Education, as part of the government's Digital India Project. Its objective is to provide access to an extensive collection of educational resources available in various formats and languages. NDLI CLUBS are set up in institutes and nodal bodies, following this NDLI club MSIT has been set up in our esteemed institution.


The primary objective of the NDLI Club is to foster digital literacy and enhance students' access to knowledge. To accomplish this, the club offers a platform for students to conveniently retrieve and utilize the digital resources stored in the NDLI database. Also, this Club conducts events to facilitate students to develop knowledge, skill and traits beyond regular curriculum which are essential for their progression in respective professional domain. The events may be either physical or virtual. Virtual events are web-based and are conducted through the NDLI Club portal.


The overarching vision of the NDLI Club is to cultivate a generation of digitally-savvy students, empowered with the expertise and abilities required to navigate the digital realm and access learning and research materials.

The NDLI Club functions as a consolidated platform for the registration of all Institute events, including workshops, competitions, seminars, and discussions. This platform simplifies event management and enhances transparency within our college. By utilizing the NDLI Club, all events are   recorded and documented before execution, ensuring an organized and responsible approach. It serves as a central hub for event organizers, participants, and authorities to interact seamlessly, fostering a collaborative environment and improving coordination among various societies through the advance registration of events.


  1. AICTE has mandated that all institutional events must be registered through the NDLI club. Consequently, the NDLI Club MSIT ensures a smooth AICTE approval process.

  2. The NDLI club empowers student societies and departments at MSIT to organize a wide array of activities and events using a user-friendly interface. To register an event with NDLI Club MSIT, the necessary event/activity details include a poster with the date, time, venue, a brief description, and the event rules, among other information.

  3. The NDLI Club enhances event visibility to the Ministry of Education, Government of India, by providing them a report of the same.




  1. By registering at the official NDLI portal students can have access to a vast digital library with a wide range of educational resources, academic papers, journals, books, and multimedia materials, fostering enhanced learning experiences. 

  2. The National Digital Library of India (NDLI) is highly informative and user-friendly. It grants complimentary access to an extensive collection of educational resources in diverse formats and languages.

  3. The NDLI platform offers certificates to all engaged participants through easy access via the NDLI club MSIT account upon event completion. These certificates are granted by the NDLI Club, a project affiliated with IIT Kharagpur under the Ministry of Education, Government of India.

Event Registration Process: 

  1. Fill the event registration form: https://club.ndl.iitkgp.ac.in/club-home

  2. Get it initially signed by the Director (MSIT).

  3. Share the poster consisting date, time, venue, a brief description and rules etc. with the respective incharges (contact library, if required) of MSIT NDLI Club.

  4. Ensure to have minimum 100 participants registered via MSIT NDLI club.

  5. Finally get it sign by the Director MSIT after the completion of the event along with event report.


Faculty Coordinators: - Ms. Reetu Verma (Librarian), Dr. Nidhi Gupta (Assistant Professor)

Student Coordinators: - Ifra Siddiqua (President) & Shubham Panwar (Vice-President) 

Email: - [email protected]






Viksit Bharat @2047

The term ‘Viksit Bharat’ means ‘Developed India’. Viksit Bharat 2047 represents the government’s vision to transform the county into a developed entity by its 100th independence in 2047. The four pillars of Viksit Bharat are Yuva (Youth), Garib (Poor), Mahila (Women) and Kisan (Framers).The government is working to make India Viksit Bharat by 2047. Toachieve the goal of Viksit Bharat, the government will focus on improving people’s capabilities and empowering them.

Vision of Viksit Bharat@2047: The vision of Viksit Bharat is that of a prosperous Bharat in harmony with modern infrastructure and nature and giving opportunities for all citizens of all regions to reach their potential.

On 11 December 2023, the PM launched ‘Viksit Bharat @2047: Voice of Youth’ via video conferencing. At the launch, he highlighted the role of educational institutions in an individual’s personality development and stated that a nation becomes developed only when there is development of its people. He also underlined the need to channel the energy of everyuniversity’s students and youth towards achieving the common goal of Viksit Bharat.

Viksit Bharat 2047 is the vision to transform India into a developed nation by 2047, the 100th year of independence. This vision encompasses various facets of development, such as economic growth, environmental sustainability, social progress and good governance, to make India a developed nation by 2047.

In Maharaja Surajmal Institute of Technology Dr. Shaily Malik, Assistant Professor, CSE Department is the coordinator. The Other team members are: Ms. Garima(ECE Department),Ms. Gunjan(CSE Department), Ms. Mamta Rani(EEE Department), Ms. Nishtha (ECE Department) and Mr. Akshay Singh( IT Department). The entire team is totally devoted to achieve the goel of viksit bharat at institutional level.

The events organised by the Team in the in Institute till date are as follows:

  1. Symposium On “Viksit Bharat @2047: Voice of Youth”

  2. A Faculty Develoment Program on “Internet of Things (IoT)”’

  3. A workshop On “ Mental Health Awareness”




website https://parakh.aicte-india.org/


The AICTE-SLA project is designed to measure the benchmark levels and gains in academic and aptitude skills by the students in technical programs and to understand the various factors that affect skill development of students in Technical Institutes across India.


To evaluate technical students of India for their overall qualitative growth during their Course of study in order to get appropriate employment that best suits students capability.


To enable policy makers to evaluate the global competitiveness of Students, Faculty and Head of departments to create a more effective system for technical Higher Education in India.



Faculty Coordinator

Dr. Sheela Devi Malik

Department of Applied Sciences



AICTE Skill Development

The objective of the Skill India Mission is to provide aspiring youths with the right resources and training to enhance their skills and knowledge so that they are enabled to participate in equal employment opportunities. It aims at empowering the youth of our country with self-esteem and employability.

The task of training youth through AICTE-approved colleges and registered facilitators to improve their employment and self-employment chances has been given to the ACTE Skill Development Cell. To achieve its goals, the cell is implementing several schemes.

For the Employability Enhancement Training Programme (EETP) scheme, AICTE has signed MoU’s with few organizations like ICT Academy.

Maharaja Surajmal Institute of Technology has signed an MoU with ICT Academy to nurture and improve the technical skills of Faculty and students.

Faculty Coordinator:

Mr. Manoj Malik (Assistant Professor, Information Technology)

Dr. Koyel Datta Gupta (Professor, Computer Science & Engineering)


Events Conducted/Participated in collaboration with ICT Academy:


  1. Tech4Ed Expo and Conference 2023 (28th – 30th April, 2023).
  2. 1 Week Faculty Development Programme onCloud Practitioner (AWS)(26th June- 1st July, 2023). [Report]
  3. ICT Academy Bridge 2023 - Delhi Edition (16th October, 2023).
  4. Idea Generation Method (6th -10th, 2023).
  5. 1 Week Faculty Development Programme onCybersecurity” (5th -9th February, 2024). [Report]






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