Swarrnim Startup and Innovation University Rated as One of the Top Universities
Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India, Dec 16, 2021: Institutions’ Innovation Council, an initiative of MHRD, Govt. of India, in its annual performance report, awarded 3.5/4 rating to Swarrnim Startup and Innovation University in the university category.
With IIC’s top rating, Swarrnim has emerged as a university that provides excellent education as well as a platform to foster innovation and entrepreneurship.
Swarnim incorporates design thinking, creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship in its teaching philosophy, paving the way for its students to become young entrepreneurs.
This comes as a relief to the students who dream big, as it becomes easier for them in their choice and thought process for further education.
The annual performance report is based on a comprehensive assessment of various universities and their contribution towards creating an innovation ecosystem.
For parents and students who spend sleepless nights researching the best universities, this rating comes handy.
Teaching philosophy, exceptional infrastructure and commendable teaching faculty have really contributed to getting such a good rating in II’C Annual Performance Report and being recognized as a university, which is perfectly aligns with the dreams of the young generation and the demands of a growing economy.
Commenting on this achievement, Mr. Adi Jain, Vice President – Swarnim Startup & Innovation University said, “It is a proud moment for Swarnim to receive such a high rating and recognition from a prestigious council like IIC.
We have competed against some of the leading universities in India and have established ourselves as a university that aims to provide education based on the foundation of innovation and entrepreneurship.
Innovation Council of Institutions
The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India has set up ‘MHRD’s Innovation Cell (MIC)’ to systematically promote the culture of innovation among all Higher Education Institutions (HEIs).
The primary objective of MIC is to encourage, inspire and nurture young students to work with new ideas and turn them into prototypes while they are in the informational years.
MIC envisions to encourage the creation of ‘Innovation Councils (IICs) of the Institute’ in selected HEIs.
A network of these IICs will be set up to promote innovation in the institute, to foster an innovation-fostering ecosystem across the campuses.
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