About Center of Excellence   

The importance of CoE is to significantly enhance the ability of an organization to meet or exceed the goals that the center supports. When governance, support structure, guidance, measurements, and shared learning exist across an organization, success is bound to happen. An institute can reach its full potential when it focuses successfully on specific projects goals. The existence and effective functioning of the center of excellence is an essential instrument obtain specific results in wide variety of areas. 

As is known to all the stakeholders, there is a gap between industry and academia. The Centre of Excellence strives to fill this gap by conducting industry and job oriented courses and by providing training to place the students as per their preferred interests and industry choices. The centre acts a viable source for multidisciplinary and resourceful team constantly and consistently working on providing valuable design services and courses to the academia and industry experts. 


The CoE has 6 wings. They are 

Robotic Research Centre (RRC)

Robotics Research Centre is an interdisciplinary center for the all the departments.  The Research and Engineering practice in the Center include the design and analysis of both stationary and mobile robotic systems, robot vision and sensory based controls, robot programming, work cell interfacing, human/machine interfacing, and robotic applications to industry, environmental problems, medical devices, defense systems, and our everyday lives.


These technologies include artificial muscles, elastic electric cables, artificial skin, artificial brain, fast moving robots, artificial noses or tactile finger devices and have the potential to bring artificial devices one step closer to living organisms and even humans.


The center supports margin-of-excellence research activities focused on artificial intelligence, machine learning, and autonomous systems to educate and inspire leaders of character who are prepared to think critically, innovate, and apply robotic systems. A small group of faculty members and students work together here to advance the level of research in robotics and related areas.

The goal of the Robotics Research Center is to encourage and facilitate fundamental robotics research, both theoretical and experimental. Participants are exploring different types of robot applications such as Epigenetic Robotics, Cognitive Robotics, Autonomous Robotics, Evolutionary Robotics, Neuro Robotics, Humanoid Robotics, Nano Robotics, Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), Legged Mobile Robotics, Swarm Robotics, Wheeled Mobile Robotics, Vision Robotics, Home Automation System, MEMS Robotics, Aqua Robotics, Education Robotics, Medical Robotics, Civilian Robotics, Outer Space Robotics, Search & Rescue Robotics, Industrial Robotics, Bio-Inspired Robotics, Agriculture Robotics, Defense Robotics, Hybrid Intelligent Robotics and Customized Robot Development 

Centre for Additive Manufacturing (CAM)

CAM takes fundamental research platform from a broad range of disciplines and applies them to manufacturing challenges. These disciplines include material science, alloy design and processing, surface engineering, corrosion and hybrid materials and Manufacturing research, development and dissemination. 

Our aim is to push forward the development and application of next-generation, multi-material and multifunctional Additive Manufacturing and 3D printing technologies with a focus on end-use functionalized 3D structures and components.

CAM is a innovative research Centre at the forefront of additive manufacturing and offers world-class instrumentation, expertise, collaborative opportunities, and training to researchers for the university, government, and industry sectors. 

CAM now comprises researchers and technical staff from disciplines ranging from metallurgy and materials, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering to computer simulation specifically for application in additive manufacturing. It is becoming one of the top destinations in the world for research and application in additive manufacturing. 

Researchers at CAM collaborate with industry partners to enhance their comparative advantage and increase their global competitiveness using additive manufacturing technologies. Our additive manufacturing expertise in design, materials, modeling and laser technologies enables us to support manufacturing across a range of industry sectors including aerospace, biomedical, automotive, mining, and energy.  

Creative Computing Centre

At the Creative Computing Centre, we explore the relationship between cutting edge Computer Science and Engineering, the Creative Economy and the Arts. We want to ask new questions, solve new problems, and develop technologies that accelerate knowledge and innovation across society.

We are creating a new space for students, researchers and practitioners to develop advanced creative computing skills and knowledge in areas including: Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning, Data Sciences, Big data, Social Platforms and Digital Marketing.

Expertise and experience in these areas are in high demand across the industries. With an aim to inculcate Design the software and develop the code into minds of engineering students to enhance their creativity and Innovative skills which helps them to establish solving the problems of society.

Creative Computing Centre for the benefits of our students and they can access it from 9AM to 6PM. The highlight of this centre is the availability of computer and servers of high end configuration and crucial for running large software applications and perform any kind of project works. Wi-Fi enabled and high speed data connectivity of 100 Mbps across the centre for the student and staff.

Creative Computing Centre provides various advanced and special purpose software for all the campus users. Creative Computing Centre has allowed them to gain confidence and qualifications in areas that interest them the most and are relevant to today's tech sector needs. We are providing different short term courses on various trending and industry needed technologies.

Editing and Animation

With the aim to inculcate Design thinking into minds of engineering students and to enhance their creativity and Innovative skills, the Centre of Excellence offers Multimedia courses for the benefit of students and also add to the updating of institutional facilities for students who opt to take up the courses like Motion Graphic, Visual effects, animation master, FCS master, video editing, VFX master etc... However we are vigorously pursuing commitment to achieve optimum objectivity and upgrading the educational levels so as to bring a par with the international standards.

Development of the students is focused on things such as advanced training on latest computer applications by the Industry Experts, sketching sessions to improve the creativity and workshops covering Visual Grammar and User Experience based learning 

The following are the technologies under Multimedia courses.



Graphic Design -I


In Design

Graphic Design -II

Corel Draw

Premier Pro

Audio video editing

Adobe Audition


2D Animation


3D Animation

After effects

Visual Effects



Dubbing Theater

Dubbing, mixing, or re-recording is a post-production process used in filmmaking and video production in which additional or supplementary recordings are “mixed” with original production sound to create the finished soundtrack. The process usually takes place on a dub stage. After sound editors edit and prepare all necessary tracks (dialogue, automated dialogue replacement (ADR), effects, Foley, and music), the dubbing mixer or mixers proceed to balance all of the elements and record the finished soundtrack. 

State-of-the-art technology and world-class engineering and support personnel allow the final re-recording of dialogues, sound effects, and music to take full control over any movie, meaning that tracks of recorded sounds are capable of bringing the plot into a new extraordinary sound space.

COE in Animation, Visual Effects, Gaming and Film Making, it is hoped, will enable us to cement our position as an apex institute of excellence aiming at exceptional applied learning and graduate success. COE will lead in providing skills-based educational programming that integrates theory with application, preparing students for global careers in art foundation, digital and technical fields. Dedicated facilities at Centre of Excellence will have capacity to serve close to 300+ students annually at its state-of-the-art campus. 

At COE students will get a head start on their careers, as our programs, teaching methods and out-of-class experiences provide intensive, hands-on, usable, real-world learning. 

The installed equipment of our theatre include the following:

  • Panasonic 4K Camcorder,
  • Libec Tripod,
  • San Disk 64GB SDHC card,
  • Azden Wireless lapel Microphone,
  • Soft carrying Case,
  • Panasonic 6000Lumens WUXGA LCD Projector with Laser Light Source, supports 4K input, 3000000:1 Contrast,
  • Fixed projection screen 133" Dia (65"x116"), JBL S/M, CONTROL 25-1 Wall Mount Speaker,
  • FocusriteScarlite 2/2 3rd gen audio interface with protools software,
  • Behringer C-1 Studio Condenser Microphone
  • M-Audio BX8 D3 8inch 150Wtt Studio Monitor Speaker
  • Micophone floor stand
  • Professional head phone
  • 43inch led Tv
  • 4 Bank CFL shooting light with barn door and 'C' Clamp (without dimmer control)  

Green Mate Studio

The Green Screen Studio located at MREC(A) Campus caters to the media production needs of the newly launched programmes from which are related to the broadcasting, advertising and post production fields. It is available to all staff and students at MREC (A) upon booking.

The studio comprises of a range of professional equipment such as a Canon DSLR camera, a Sony XDCAM camcorder, a Dolly track and lighting systems. The walls are made soundproof to isolate noise and external disturbances while a video or photo shoot is ongoing. With a 10-seater roundtable, it is now a complete and conducive learning environment that encourages creativity and new ideas. In addition, a corner of the studio is dedicated for students’ projects in which excellent projects are exhibited to inspire more students. 


Mini theatre

This room is representative simulation of the cinema, designed specifically as a surround mixing studio. At our facility, we use the internationally standard Dolby 5.1 (five point one) system with theater grade speaker. The final results of the 5.1 surround mixing are surely ready to be distributed to cinemas. This room is frequently used by the students to screen their own short films at all levels. 


Discussion Area

Discussion area is commonly provided as a facility for students and tutors to hold discussions and contact each other in groups.  Discussion Area enables our students to share their thoughts about topics related to our courses and allows students and instructors to interact any time using text, images, video and uploaded files. 



Cafeteria is one of the important parts of student life where you can find most of students chatting and exchanging information on different topics. It plays a vital role in removing tensions and refreshes students. It provides all types of nutritious and hygienic eatables and beverages to cater to the students, staff and visitors.