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Manav Rachna varsity launches 7 UGC-approved online degrees

Following the tenets of the National Education Policy (NEP 2020) and with its strong commitment to skilling the youth of the country, Manav Rachna University now offers UGC & AICTE approved online degree courses with the launch of the Manav Rachna Centre for Distance and Online Education.

Classes for the first batch will start from February 1, 2022.

Highlights

  • Mentorship by experts from Microsoft, Xebia, Palo Alto, QuickHeal, RASCI, BFSI, Talentedge and others

    • 20% Special Concession for First Batch Starting February 1, 2022

    • Specialisations like Cyber Security, Artificial Intelligence, Data Science & others offered

Courses offered by the centre include Bachelor of Computer Applications, Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Commerce, B.A. (Hons.) Economics, Master of Computer Applications, Master of Commerce and Master of Business Administration.

Assessment in online learning is most crucial aspect and proctored based examination with Artificial Intelligence is what we have in place to ensure authenticity of examination that will be conducted in online mode. We have collaborated with Mettl for conducting AI proctored examinations. The platform will allow students to be evaluated on questions of different types: long answer, short answer, MCQs, coding based etc. So that student performance evaluation can be done in the best possible way.

Interested candidates can apply at: apply.manavrachna.edu.in/online-programs

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