CORE SUBJECTS

Core subjects are those, the knowledge of which is deemed essential for students registered for a particular Programme. A student has to compulsorily take these subjects. The subjects designed under this category aim to cover the basics that a student is expected to imbibe in that particular discipline. These subjects may also include compulsory summer internships and projects, dissertation, field study/ clinical exposure etc. For example,

For a student who pursues MBA in Human Resource and Marketing at Royal Global University (RGU), all subjects related to the above two specializations along with other compulsory foundation courses of MBA, will be considered as core subjects.

For a student who pursues BA (H) in Psychology at Royal Global University, all subjects related to Psychology along with other foundation courses, will be considered as core subjects.

EMPLOYABILITY & PERSONALITY
ENHANCEMENT COURSES (EPEC)

Royal Global University aims for holistic development of students and make them industry/corporate ready – i.e. not only grooming the students knowledgeable in regular core subjects, but also providing them with opportunities to enhance their communication, behavioural skills as well as develop proficiency in one foreign language. We also aim to inculcate in them knowledge of our nation, environment and physical fitness, so that they become healthy in both body & soul.

Example: A student of BBA first semester, apart from his regular core courses, will also become proficient by attending following EPEC courses, like:
a. Communicative English – every semester (1 credit)
b. Behavioral Science – every semester (1 credit)
c. Foreign Language – every semester (2 credits)
d. Physical Education – two semesters (2 credits)
e. India – Land of Diversity – one semester (3 credits)
f. Environmental Science –one semester (3 credits)

Royal Global University aims for holistic development of students and make them industry/corporate ready – i.e. not only grooming the students knowledgeable in regular core subjects, but also providing them with opportunities to enhance their communication, behavioural skills as well as develop proficiency in one foreign language. We also aim to inculcate in them knowledge of our nation, environment and physical fitness, so that they become healthy in both body & soul.

Example: A student of BBA first semester, apart from his regular core courses, will also become proficient by attending following EPEC courses, like:
a. Communicative English – every semester (1 credit)
b. Behavioral Science – every semester (1 credit)
c. Foreign Language – every semester (2 credits)
d. Physical Education – two semesters (2 credits)
e. India – Land of Diversity – one semester (3 credits)
f. Environmental Science –one semester (3 credits)

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BASKET COURSES

At RGU, in the line of CBCS of UGC, students are also given an opportunity to choose an additional course of 3 credits in each semester, other than their core & EPEC courses, so that they can enhance skills/knowledge in diversified streams of their choice. This system offers Cross Programme Education i.e. it allows students to opt for courses cutting across their specific disciplines. The purpose of the Basket Course is to offer the students options to explore courses/disciplines of interest beyond the choices they make in their major/core subjects. The UG students can take a maximum of 06 Basket courses during their normal course of 3/4/5 years and the PG students can take a maximum of 04 Basket courses during their 2 years’ course of study. For example, a student pursuing B.Tech in Civil Engineering can now choose courses from disciplines other than engineering like English Literature in one semester, Psychology in another semester, Photography in subsequent semester, Interior Design in yet another semester and so on and so forth.

MINOR TRACKS

This is offered to UG students only. If a UG student decides to opt such Basket Courses, in consecutive 06 semesters, from the same specialization/track, then he/she is eligible to qualify for a Minor Track in that area/specialization after successful completion of course opted in all 06 semesters. However, a student has to earn 18 credits (03 credits in each semester for 6 semesters) in total to be eligible to get a Minor Track. The students qualifying for the same will be awarded separate certificates for completing Minor Tracks. For example, if a Civil Engineering student opts for the English Literature Basket Course of 6 levels in 6 semesters, after successful completion of courses, he/she will get a B.Tech. degree in Civil Engineering with a Minor Track in English Literature at the end of four years.

SEMESTER SYSTEM

Each academic year (July to June) shall comprise of two semesters viz. Odd and Even semesters. Odd semesters shall be from July to December and Even Semesters shall be from January to June. There shall not be less than 90 working days in each semester (exclusive of the Semester End Examinations days). Longer contact hours allowed in a semester calendar allows for better quality of instruction. Rather than learning just the facts, students get more time to learn theories and generalizations in a semester system, giving them an edge in academics. Moreover, the extra time also allows for greater collaboration with not only peers but with teachers & mentors too.

PERSONALIZED ATTENTION

We all very often need a helping hand to point us in the right direction. That’s where the RGU Mentor-Mentee programme plays a pivotal role. Royal Global University (RGU) recognizes the value which Mentoring can play in the development of its students. The aim of this Mentor-Mentee program is to provide a welcoming and supportive environment at RGU. The University’s Mentor-Mentee program matches small groups of students (Mentees) with a Faculty (Mentor), to share knowledge and experience. Through this programme, the mentors get feedback & networking opportunities whereas the mentees obtain advice, support, guidance and expanded bases for skills, knowledge & networking opportunities.

GRADING SYSTEM

Royal Global University follows Relative Grading System where, the score is given to a student comparative to the scores of other students. The point values are not directly assigned to a letter grade. This system is considered for continuous assessment of a student’s performance. It builds competitiveness among students to stand out relatively from others. However, the rule of Relative Grading in RGU shall be applicable only if and when the students in a class are minimum 30 in number.

GRADING SYSTEM

Royal Global University follows Relative Grading System where, the score is given to a student comparative to the scores of other students. The point values are not directly assigned to a letter grade. This system is considered for continuous assessment of a student’s performance. It builds competitiveness among students to stand out relatively from others. However, the rule of Relative Grading in RGU shall be applicable only if and when the students in a class are minimum 30 in number.

STRICT ADHERENCE TO UGC REGULATIONS FOR ATTENDANCE & CONTINUOUS EVALUATION

Ideally, a student is expected to attend 100% of the classes, but considering various hindrances like illness, etc. a relaxation of maximum 25% is allowed, which means a student has to have an attendance of minimum 75% in each subject, in any case. A student has to,

  • go through all the components of continuous evaluation
  • write the mid-semester examination
  • obtain an attendance (of atleast 75% in each subject) clearance
  • write the semester-end examination.

STRICT ADHERENCE TO UGC REGULATIONS FOR ATTENDANCE & CONTINUOUS EVALUATION

Ideally, a student is expected to attend 100% of the classes, but considering various hindrances like illness, etc. a relaxation of maximum 25% is allowed, which means a student has to have an attendance of minimum 75% in each subject, in any case. A student has to,

  • go through all the components of continuous evaluation
  • write the mid-semester examination
  • obtain an attendance (of atleast 75% in each subject) clearance
  • write the semester-end examination.

ROYAL CENTRE FOR CORPORATE RELATIONS (RCCR)

RGU understands the pulse of the corporate world and is actively working towards moulding the students to prepare for a better future. Exclusive training programs for online aptitude tests, preparation of screening tests conducted by corporates, mock group discussions & mock personal interviews etc. are regularly organized and conducted by RCCR for the students to hone their skills in broader areas. The centre ensures providing an optimum opportunity for suitable placements to all students.

ROYAL CENTRE FOR CORPORATE RELATIONS (RCCR)

RGU understands the pulse of the corporate world and is actively working towards moulding the students to prepare for a better future. Exclusive training programs for online aptitude tests, preparation of screening tests conducted by corporates, mock group discussions & mock personal interviews etc. are regularly organized and conducted by RCCR for the students to hone their skills in broader areas. The centre ensures providing an optimum opportunity for suitable placements to all students.

EVALUATION SYSTEM

Continuous Evaluation

During the semester, students are evaluated by the concerned subject teachers, in form of Class Tests, Viva, Assignments, Project Work, Seminars, etc. It must be mentioned here that the criteria for continuous evaluation may vary from course to course.

Mid-Term Examination

This is a written test conducted in the middle of the semester after completion of 30% to 40% of the course.

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Attendance

Ideally, a student is expected to attend 100% of the classes, but considering various hindrances like illness, accident, etc. a relaxation of maximum 25% is given, which means a student has to maintain an attendance of minimum 75% in each subject.

EVALUATION SYSTEM

Continuous Evaluation

During the semester, students are evaluated by the concerned subject teachers, in form of Class Tests, Viva, Assignments, Project Work, Seminars, etc. It must be mentioned here that the criteria for continuous evaluation may vary from course to course.

Mid-Term Examination

This is a written test conducted in the middle of the semester after completion of 30% to 40% of the course.

Hello team AIB, I've freelancing since 2011 and currently working as a video editor and graphics designer. I don't have a video reel to show you but here's my personal youtube channel I post as ahobby. I do motion graphics and audio editing too. My key software is after effects and Davinci for color grade.

Attendance

Ideally, a student is expected to attend 100% of the classes, but considering various hindrances like illness, accident, etc. a relaxation of maximum 25% is given, which means a student has to maintain an attendance of minimum 75% in each subject.

EVALUATION SYSTEM

Continuous Evaluation

During the semester, students are evaluated by the concerned subject teachers, in form of Class Tests, Viva, Assignments, Project Work, Seminars, etc. It must be mentioned here that the criteria for continuous evaluation may vary from course to course.

Mid-Term Examination

This is a written test conducted in the middle of the semester after completion of 30% to 40% of the course.

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Attendance

Ideally, a student is expected to attend 100% of the classes, but considering various hindrances like illness, accident, etc. a relaxation of maximum 25% is given, which means a student has to maintain an attendance of minimum 75% in each subject.

ACADEMIA-INDUSTRY
INTERFACE

Industry and academia interface is highly crucial in knowledge driven economy, where the students pursuing different professional programmes are expected to be well versed in the industry working. Industrial Summer Internships, Live Projects, Educational Trips / Tours, Industrial visits, Intra University activities, seminars, workshops etc. are a regular feature at Royal to give the students a hands-on exposure to real life. Students also get consistent opportunities to interact with distinguished professionals and leaders of industry. Industry-Academia interaction is promoted through the following methods:

  • Mentoring programme
  • Industry summer internships
  • Industrial Visits
  • Guest Lectures by leaders of corporate world
  • Case based studies
  • Extra practical work in laboratory
  • Regular seminar/workshops

ACADEMIA-INDUSTRY
INTERFACE

Industry and academia interface is highly crucial in knowledge driven economy, where the students pursuing different professional programmes are expected to be well versed in the industry working. Industrial Summer Internships, Live Projects, Educational Trips / Tours, Industrial visits, Intra University activities, seminars, workshops etc. are a regular feature at Royal to give the students a hands-on exposure to real life. Students also get consistent opportunities to interact with distinguished professionals and leaders of industry. Industry-Academia interaction is promoted through the following methods:

  • Mentoring programme
  • Industry summer internships
  • Industrial Visits
  • Guest Lectures by leaders of corporate world
  • Case based studies
  • Extra practical work in laboratory
  • Regular seminar/workshops
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