Career Orientation to be focus across all courses at BN University
BN University will also implement Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) from its first session onward this academic year
President of BN University, Mahendra Singh Rathod, informed media that the newly established BN University is determined to lay emphasis on Career oriented courses across the curriculum. He said that to meet this objective with purpose, a fully operational and dedicated Career Cell will also be established in the University.
BN University will also implement Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) from its first session onward this academic year, as per information provided by Rathod.
He further informed that the entire syllabi across all courses (both Graduate and Post Graduate) will be based on the latest curriculum under the University Grants Commission (UGC) guidelines.
Currently BN University colleges across the region accommodate around 12,000 students, who will stand to benefit from the CBCS patterns and the latest syllabus. Students enrolling for their First Year course, will be shelling out an additional Rs. 4,000 as fees.
Rathod also pointed out that a two member panel from Delhi University had been invited to campus in order to explain the faculty and administrative staff at BN University, on how a University should be managed and administered. He said that such orientation courses will be held from time to time as an ongoing training and development exercise for the newly established BN University.
Media was also informed that along with the running courses at BN, new curriculum related to Agriculture and B.Ed. will also be added . Students registered from this year onwards will be given degrees under BN University seal whereas those students whose registration has already been done earlier under ML Sukhadia University, will be provided degrees from MLSU.
Chairperson Yashwant Singh, Registrar Niranjan Narayan Singh, Padam Singh CHundawat and Rajendra Singh Jhala were also present at the Press Conference where the above information was made public.