NIRF rankings are out and MM (Deemed to be University), Mullana has many reasons to celebrate. The leading private university of Haryana, MM(DU) has secured 93rd rank this year and has made its position in the top 100 universities of India. This is a giant leap for the university even though it has been getting featured in the best 200 universities of the country consecutively for the last 3 years. This year’s NIRF rankings have also featured MMDU’s Dental College at 25th, Pharmacy College at 28th and Medical College at 33rd rank all over India respectively.
MM(DU) has yet again proved that its 100% commitment to quality education is creating success stories all around. Its students are securing global placements and hence the university rankings have improved considerably bringing MM(DU) on 93rd rank. The good news continues to pour in for MM Group as MM College of Pharmacy has also improved its rankings and is now placed at 28th rank all over India. Last year, the college was ranked 41st among the Pharmacy Colleges in India by NIRF Ranking 2019. MM College of Dental Science and Research has also secured its position in the top 25 Dental Colleges of India in first ever ranking of dental institutions by NIRF. MM(DU)’s medical College also proved its mettle with NIRF all India ranking 33rd amongst all medical institutions.
MM(DU) happens to be the only self-financing University in the state of Haryana which has found place in top 100 University list of NIRF 2020 released by MHRD. Similarly, its medical, dental and Pharmacy institutes are also the only self-financing institutes in the state of Haryana featuring in the list of top 40, top 30 and top 75 institutions respectively as per NIRF 2020 rankings. Indeed, it appears to be a moment of pride and celebration for all the students, faculty members, and management!
Applauding the entire team for their consistent efforts and commitment, MM(DU)’s Chancellor Sh. Tarsem Garg expressed his joy, “We accept this honour reiterating our commitment to brightening the future of Indian youth. It was not an easy task to be one of the top 100 universities in India especially because we catered to a semi-urban region. Our students are doing exceptionally well in the job field and our world-class faculty, as well as state-of-the-art infrastructure, has ensured that we continue to make progress, every day. We aim to be in the top 50 next year.”