Our Collaborations

MGMU – BMW Training Center

MGMU, in conjunction with BMW India have Established the BMW Lab under the Skill Next programme of BMW. As part of its latest CSR initiative announced on the 11th anniversary of its plant in Chennai, BMW Group India have provided engine and transmission to MGM’s JNEC, Aurangabad. The engine in question is BMW's most popular engine in India - the 2-litre, 4-cylinder diesel engine that powers a bunch of BMW's cars in India, and the transmission is the company's eight-speed Steptronic automatic transmission unit.This will be helpful in minimizing the gap between what technology is there in the world, and what they are actually learning. So when this opportunity came up to offer the engine and transmission, students in MGM’s JNEC, Aurangabad can learn from the latest technologies. That way their skills will be enhanced, and they can make India more skillful in the long run.

MGMU-Christiani Sharpline Mechatronics Center

MGM University together with Christiani Sharpline (India) has established Mechatronics & Industry 4.0 Training Center at its educational center in JNEC, Aurangabad. The mission is to fill the vacuum by promoting and providing excellence in technical training. This will be done by introducing state-of-the-art Mechatronics training methods, offering further training, enhancing employability and career growth.

MGMU Endress+Hauser Center

MGMU with a global leader in measurement instrumentation, services and solutions for industrial process engineering, Endress + Hauser established a training center where MGMU students can learn, explore various flow measurement solutions that are optimized for future technology requirements that includes process solutions for flow, level, pressure, analytics, temperature, recording and digital communications, optimizing processes in terms of economic efficiency, safety and environmental impact.

MGMU MSC Software Center

MSC Software develops simulation software technology that enables engineers to validate and optimize their designs using virtual prototypes. Customers in almost every part of manufacturing use our software to complement, and in some cases even replace the physical prototype “build and test” process that has traditionally been used in product design. Students Can Learn linear and nonlinear finite element analysis (FEA), acoustics, fluid-structure interaction (FSI), multi-physics, optimization, fatigue and durability, multi-body dynamics, and control systems simulation