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Gopal Sharma Modern Vidya Niketan Institute of Engineering & Technology was established in 2008 as part of MVN Education City, a 23 acre lush green campus, on the Delhi Mathura Road. Located in the serene outskirts of Palwal on NH-2, it is a 50km drive from Badarpur border, Delhi, with easy access through local trains and public transport. The institute has Wi-Fi facilities with fully air conditioned class rooms. What makes this institute unique is the fact that it makes its students technologically superior and ethically strong. The Institute’s activities are aimed at developing amongst students a culture of enquiry and research through a highly competitive academic environment, close student faculty interaction and linkages with industry and other leading academic institutions. 
Address Aravali Hills Badhkal Surajkund Road, Sector – 43 Faridabad (Harayana) – 121001.
Place Faridabad
State Haryana
Phone Number 0129 - 4091700
Courses BE Electronics Communication
BE Computer Science
BE Mechanical
BE Information Technology
Year of Establishment 2008
University Affiliation Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak
Approval Status AICTE Approved
Management/ Authority Private -Trust
How to Reach The distance between New Delhi & Faridabad through Mathura Rd is 33.3 km. and it is near-about 42 mins. distance by car. Frequent buses & trains are available to Faridabad from New Delhi . The college campus is at a distance of 13.6 km from Faridabad and it takes around 16 to 20 minutes to reach the college campus by Car. 

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