About Maharana Pratap Group of Institutions (MPGI)
Since its inception in the year 1995, Maharana Pratap Group of Institutions [MPGI] has diversified and widened its horizon to ten colleges and one hospital. The group has achieved excellence in education in the diverse streams of Engineering, Management, Dental, Medical, Pharmacy, IT, Biotechnology, Nursing, Paramedical Sciences and Agriculture. Group’s campuses exceeding over several hundred acres of lush green surrounding possess modern infrastructure, well equipped laboratories, libraries, classrooms etc. Maharana Pratap Engineering College, Kanpur is situated at Kothi-Mandhana, Kanpur on Kanpur-Aligarh NH-91. Kanpur city is well connected with other part of the country through roads, railways and air transport.
The Department of Computer Science
Department of Computer Science and Engineering offers PG and UG programs in Computer Science and Engineering, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning and Computer Applications. The department has well-equipped laboratories, libraries and classrooms with modern facilities.
In the academic session 2021-2022, CSE department has repeated its excellent placement history with 100% placements of all eligible students with highest package of Rs.49 LPA and average package of Rs. 4.5 LPA. Our students have been recruited by renowned companies like-Microsoft, Infosys, TCS, HCL, ANR, Wipro, Sopra, Informatica, Wallmart, Nagarro, AU finance, Byju’s, and many more.
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