About International Relations Office

In order to bring global perspective to various academic activities undertaken, Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering, Nagpur, took a strategic decision to establish International relations Office (IRO). Primary objective was to provide global exposure to students and faculty.

In order to leverage innovative potential of faculty members and of YCCE and also to strengthen innovation ecosystem, International Relations Office, YCCE, Nagpur has taken initiative in establishing connects with Provosts, deans and Directors from foreign universities and scientists working in research centers and prominent personalities in industries.

Under the Indo-US (Now Indo-Universal) Collaboration in Engineering Education (IUCEE) initiative, a delegation from MGI visited US Universities in Nov. 2008 and our first MoU was signed with the prestigious Purdue University. To expand the horizon of global level academic collaborations, MGI signed MoUs with University of Massachusetts Lowel (USA), Northern Illinois University (USA), Michigan State University, Lansing (USA), Lawrence Technological University (USA), Hartford University (USA), Scotland colleges International (UK), and SEGi University College, Malaysia. Newly added MoU with DevToppers, Netherlands is not only envisioned to add new Dimensions to the IRO but also strengthen Industry oriented activities.


To drive the development of students and faculty members of YCCE in a global context


To provide collaborative, multidisciplinary environment to students and faculty members from global perspective

Opportunities that can be explored by the for students

> Global Exposure/Training Tours
> Students Exchange Programs
> Students Development Programs
> Global Internships
> Summer School Programs
> Semester Abroad programs

Opportunities that can be explored by IRO for faculty members

> Faculty-to-faculty connection for conducting joint research work, joint project, sharing learning resources and methodologies.
> Faculty Development Programs
> Faculty Exchange Programs
> Development of teaching and learning materials and strategies
> Academic Curriculum Development
> Collaborative research activities, guidance for PhD. work, sharing of expertise etc.
> Global Exposure/Training Tour