New Delhi: Rabindranath Tagore University was awarded the “Most Promising University of Central India” for its innovations over the years. The Vice-Chancellor of the University, Dr Brahprakash Pethia accepted the award. This honour was presented to RNTU by the Honourable Higher Education Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Dr Mohan Yadav, the chief guest of the programme.
Addressing the dignitaries presented at the ceremony, the Founder and Chairman of AISECT Group, Mr Santosh Choubey said, “Our University aims to promote quality academic culture. We constantly strive to promote art and culture across the country and abroad. We are the only University in Madhya Pradesh running the Atal Incubation Center supported by Atal Innovation Mission under NITI Aayog”. Vice-Chancellor Dr Brahmaprakash Pethia also added that along with skill courses in the University, PradhanMantri Kaushal Kendra is also functioning successfully. RNTU plays its active role in Samarth Bharat Abhiyan. Under this campaign, we have established a Self-reliant India cell in the University.
Pro-Chancellor Mr Siddharth Chaturvedi and Registrar Dr Vijay Singh also expressed their thoughts on this accomplishment said “We are creating an environment in University where we nurture and encourage students to be creative in their pursuits. Promoting entrepreneurship and emphasising the development of Indian culture among students with innovations is the main goal of our University”.
Rabindranath Tagore University is the only private university in Madhya Pradesh to be awarded NIRF ranking for the third consecutive year.