MPU Is Keen On Building A Long-Term Growth Strategy, Having Alumni And Industry As Two Main Pillars
Dear Students and Friends, Very often in the academic world, faculty members and senior administrators discuss how to move up the ladder in terms of teaching, research and innovations; or in other words how to make their institutions the envy of the country or the world. At the same time, in the midst of the serious debate, there is also the realization that nurturing the main stake holders is perhaps the key to a successful institution. This time let me talk of the critical role of two stake holders—the Alumni and the Industry, both of whom will have to be sought after aggressively and persuasively. An institution like MPU (PGOI) is quite aware of the inherent and potential strength of its alumni. MPU understands and accepts that the alumni is the perhaps the biggest stake holder that, among other things, provides stability and prospects for better growth. The alumni are seen a critical component of an educational institution and much sought after, it is not without compelling reasons. In ways more than one, it is the alumni that speak about the track record and strengths of an institution which in turn opens the door for better quality infrastructure, increased placement opportunities and entrepreneurship for future generations. In India, for some reason, the partnership between Industry and educational institutions has not been to the extent to which it should be; but a phenomenon that is slowly being rectified. It is a two way street and a win-win situation for dynamic support and cooperation brings in new ideas and energy. Internships and project funding are mutually beneficial to the institution and the industry. The industry, for instance, will have a lot to benefit in having a close arrangement with MPU because of our student diversity, access to high class facilities, research laboratory and more importantly the use of our potential for innovation. We are quite keen on building a long term growth strategy for MPUIST that will have the alumni and industry as our two main pillars that could benefit all stake holders, including students, parents, management and most importantly the society-at- large.

Dr. N. K. Tiwari                                        


Dr. N.K. Tiwari, Registrar, MPU, Bhopal is a top class technocrat, a renowned academician, and a scientist in the field of Remote Sensing & IT Education . He has the experience of 30 years Academic, Research & Development. He was former Sr. Scientist of M.P. Council of Science and Technology Bhopal.  He is Editor-in- Chief of International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advisor of International Journal of Pharmaceutical Science. Dr. Tiwari has been recognized as academic leader by Wipro Mission 10X.

Dr. Tiwari is a member of number of Government/NGO governing bodies. He has organized several International/ National Seminars/ Workshops. He has received Fourteen National awards including UGC Fellow Award 1989, Young Scientist Award 1993, AICTE, Best Hindi Writer Award, Best Hindi Electronic & Information Technology Award MIT GOI 2004, Dr. C.V. Raman Technical Writer Award 2005 & 2006,IT Ratan Award 2008, MPCST best Team Award 2008,  Anusuriyan Award 2009 and Shiksha Bharti Puraskar 2009, Vigyan Bhushan Puraskar 2010,Computer Society Of India Citation 2011, Vigyan Ratan 2017.  Recently he was honored by the Chief Minister of M.P. for his excellent contribution for advancing Technical Education in M.P.

 Dr. N.K. Tiwari has given IT Consultancy to M.P. State Department and NGO’s. He has also established Center for Information Science and Technology for industries under umbrella of MPCST. He acted as consultant for various Engineering Colleges during establishment.

 He is coordinating the National Children Science Congress since 2008 as State Coordinator. Also, he is supporting this noble event as Editor of the Proceeding of NCSC. He has also played a remarkable role in solving Y2K Problem in the state of Madhya Pradesh in year 2000 and produced a worth-reading report on it. Some reports written by him are Remote Sensing Technique for assessment of Environmental improvement arising out of Biological Reclamation & water storage in Korba Coal fields and Narmada Watershed Prioritization for selecting site for dam construction using Remote Sensing Technique.

 He has also published some very interesting and world famous technical books i.e. Data Structure, Bhugolic Suchna Pranali (GIS)(Hindi), Paryavaran Ek  Parichay (Hindi), Optimisation Methods, Operation Research, Computer Fundamental with Pharmacy Applications, Biostatistics and Computer Fundamentals, Paryavaran ek adyayan Part I, and Paryavaran ek adyayan Part II (Hindi), Basic Computer Engineering, Basic computer Science and  Information Technology Part one and Two (Hindi and English)

 He has been Secretary of Indian Society of Remote Sensing Bhopal Chapter from 1996-2004, Member of Indian Association of Hydrologist-Roorkee, Member of Governing Body of State Resource Centre-MP, Secretary General Srijan since 2014.

By virtue of his enabling leadership, every institute that was headed by him, was awarded as "Best Institute of M.P". Under his able guidance, he has implemented following best practices in various  institutes:-

  1. Reference Manuals for students of all disciplines. This manual is an excellent guide for

     achieving academic excellence by the students.

  1. Tutor Guardian Scheme for ensuring regular monitoring/counseling of the students.
  2. Project Monitoring Scheme for regular monitoring of the students to ensure timely completion of quality projects by virtue of availability of continuous guidance by their teachers.