Brainware University offers a global learning platform where student wellbeing is accorded priority. The achievements that follow are a result of dedicated efforts to bring out the best in every enrolled student.
Unlike in many other universities, students at Brainware did not waste a single day during 2020-21, the Covid-affected years.
The faculty were specially trained by experts on helping students deal with the pandemic.
Semesters were held as planned, exams on schedule, results declared on time.
Students recorded a healthy attendance for online classes and events.
Performance in placements was excellent, 97% to be exact!
Favourable feedback on our teaching methods was received from both students and parents.
Merit scholarships were offered to deserving pupils.
The department of Computational Science has filed for 10 independent patents; 5 have already been granted.
Department of Scientific and Industrial Research recognizes Brainware as a Scientific and Industrial Research Organization.
The excellent library, laboratories and workshops give students a head start.
Brainware University's Central Library publishes Brainwave, a multidisciplinary, open access journal.
Research papers published by all departments in international research journals with high impact.
Pre-placement training helps to build soft skills.
Campus-to-corporate: even during the pandemic, 400+ webinars with recruiters and academicians were organised.
The network of recruiters extends across the country.
Syllabus is framed in consultation with the Industry.
The feedback about our outgoing students from the recruiters is exceptionally good.
Take the case of Fatema Shakir, a student of BTech CSE, who interned with Adobe (at a stipend of Rs 1 lakh per month).
Many students of Brainware have already become successful entrepreneurs.
Alamin Rahaman of BBA is the founder of The Way of Solution, an online educational platform that uses YouTube for broadcasting. YouTube has awarded him a Silver Play Button.
Brainware University was awarded 4.5-star (out of 5) certificate by the Ministry of Education Innovation Cell.
Out of 289 institutions, Brainware has been selected by Unnat Bharat Abhiyan of the Ministry of Education, for the Perennial Fund award for effective delivery of its mission.
The ministry of micro, small and medium enterprises recognizes Brainware University as Host Institute to establish a Business lncubation (BI) hub.
Brainware University is recognized by the University Grants Commission and Association of Indian Universities.
A prototype submitted as proof of concept by BTech CSE student, Shreya (full name), and her team has been nominated for regionallevel mentoring under the Institutions Innovation Council National Innovation Contest 2020.
A 3-member team from the Department of Law stood third at an Inter College Moot Court Competition.
Team Nebula, comprising Debashish Nandi, BCA, Shirsha Debnath, BCA, Twinkle Paul, BTech CSE, Pragna Debnath, BCA, Aaditya Maity, BCA and Shrimanta Garain, BTech CSE represented Brainware University at Smart India Hackathon 2019 under the mentorship of Sayan Bose, assistant professor in the Department of Computational Science and won the first prize.
ZEE 24 Ghanta awarded Brainware University an award for the university with the most innovative job-oriented courses for two consecutive years.
The university played host to a two-member delegation headed by Prof. Zhang Li Da from the Sichuan Technology and Business University, Chengdu, China.
Chirantan Mondal, Student of BSc(H) Biotechnology became the winner of the regional level poster competition for COVID-19 awareness organised by Unnat Bharat Abhiyan, New Delhi. Prof. V. Ramgopal Rao, Director IIT Delhi announced the result.
In one such endeavour, they did a survey to help the rural folk in five villages adopted by the university for skills training.
1000 kilograms of rice and pulses were distributed during the pandemic under Unnat Bharat Abhiyan.
The university donated Rs 10 lakh to the West Bengal State Emergency Relief Fund to combat Covid-19.
Staff members contributed Rs 82,000/- to the Prime Minister's Relief Fund.
The department of Pharmaceutical Technology prepared 100 litres of sanitisers for the staff and 100 litres for those in surrounding areas and distributed it free of cost.
Special, reusable bio-masks were manufactured and distributed among the needy.
The university offered its Barasat campus as a Covid camp, providing 500 hostel beds for a quarantine centre.
It translated the Kisan Rath App in Bengali and circulated it among the villagers.
Free legal consultation is regularly provided by the faculty and students of the Law department to the underprivileged in the neighborhood.
Students of Allied Health Sciences organised a special awareness and eye check-up camp in the adopted villages.
The university invited Currae Eye Care Hospital to conduct a free check-up camp.
Students from the departments of Computer Sciences, Commerce and Management campaigned and collected money for North Bengal Flood Relief Fund.
Voluntary blood donation camps organised at our campus witness enthusiastic student participation.
One of the first impressions of any visitor to Brainware University is of its beautiful, green campus.
A large number of saplings are planted every year to ensure a clean, eco-friendly campus. A One Student One Tree plantation drive is organised to boost the green initiative. Bird feeders were installed to promote biodiversity.
One building runs completely on solar energy. The Tata group has chosen Brainware University to launch a nationwide Rooftop Solar Project.
A rainwater harvesting project has also been implemented.
Brainware University has provided free skills training and offered employment at the end of the training to over 10,000 school and college dropouts in collaboration with NSDC, the central and state governments during the past two years.
Brainware University is possibly the only university in eastern India to offer skills training in this magnitude. It has also established a Centre of Excellence in Skill Training on its campus.
With the onset of Covid-19 and subsequent lockdown in March 2020, the university had to stop many of its outdoor projects in areas of scientific research and experiments, market research, retail audit, skill-based activities in various districts and a number of entrepreneurship projects.
Once the situation normalizes, Brainware University hopes to start all these projects once again with renewed zeal.