Professor, Department of Applied Mechanics
Material Science, Theory of Machines, Robotics, Accreditation
Associate Professor, Department of Bio-Technology
Environmental Biotechnology, Plant Microbe interaction, Microbiology
Associate Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering
Membrane Separation, Polymer Technology
Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Earthquake Engineering, Ferro cement and Reliability.
Professor, Department of Computer Science & Engineering
Data, System, Network Centric Computing
Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering
Control Systems, Model Reduction Techniques, Optimization Theory & Fuzzy Systems.
Professor, Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering
Data Communication Engg., Wireless & Mobile Communications
Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Computer Aided Manufacturing, Rapid Prototyping & Manufacturing, Logistics & Supply Chain Management, Production and Operations Management.
Professor, Department of Chemistry
Physical Chemistry - Polymers, Liquid Membranes, Materials Science & Environment Chemistry.
Professor, Department of Mathematics
Commutative Algebra , Algebraic Geometry, Computer Algebra, Hopf Algebra, Operation Research
Professor, Department of Physics
Professor, Department of Management Studies
Portfolio Management and International Finance
Professor, Department of Humanities & Social Science
English Literature and Language, Communication.
As far as i know, faculty of my college specifically in my branch is highly qualified. The professors are keenly interested in the good will of students. Civil engineering department has some big names likes Prof. S.K. Duggal, Dr. R.P.Tiwari etc. which genuinely works through out the day with the students solving their problems. All the important subjects that civil engineering basically comprises of are taught by professors. Subjects that are relatively easier or are of less use may be taught by associate professors that too have vast knowledge.
Each faculty is qualified and very talented. They teach you with full of dedication and interest. The college has the faculty of each specialization. All faculty good techniques to teach in class and also providing a case study and how to sole situation and handle in the organization and also faculty proving knowledge of the market.
Most of the faculty were highly qualified in terms of their degree.Except few good teacher like MST-Vinod Yadav. Some teacher had great BHAUKA;- MD Singh. Few issues were with the subject which includes computer analytics. Labs definitely were not in very good condition to learn alot from them, as they didn't forced the erge inside you.
Faculty is quite experienced and praise worthy especially of mechanical. One thing surely you will learn at MNNIT is learning on your own though faculty is good but we usually rely on self-study.
All the faculty members are excellent, highly qualified, instructive and very much advance mode of teaching oriented.
The type of faculty of this college is like most other colleges. Some professors are great, some good, some not so much. There are a few who have been teaching here for many years and you can see the frustration on their faces. They are quite irritable and are not that friendly with students. They are very miser when it comes to giving marks. But there are a few who are really interested in what they teach.
The faculty is quite good. Chemical Engineering being a new branch in MNNIT, got room for improvement. But the faculty is helpful, understanding and always available for you. But you don't have scope for research in MNNIT on a large scale as there are little funds available. So its tough to get equipment for research.
Faculty is well experienced and active for teaching and guiding the students they are helpful upto the extent they can well i will rate few teachers to be very good. Especially Mayank Sir who taught us Computer Networking OOPs Mam was also Awesome.
The faculty of the college was awesome as almost every professor had depth and practical knowledge what they teach. I like the way of teaching them as some the professors do the home work on the topics first, brush up them and then deliver to the students.
Degree wise they have to be good to get job into NIT but as we all know culture never dies and followed mostly. I found only a few of them very sporty and cooperative rest don't care what you will be after leaveing this institute their main focus is completion of course. Overall teachers have always been an issue in our country but you can definitely find 2 excellent teachers out of 5 Who may be engaging your course as per my experience.