Highlights of NEP Implementation Status at Sarvajanik University

  Inclusiveness and Access of Higher Education

  • Access to all the classes of community is allowed.
  • Tuition fee waiver seats, Reservation for SC/ST/SEBC, Students under EWS (Economically Weaker Sections) and admissions to Foreign and J&K students are available in each course as per government guidelines.
  • Scholarships offered to the needy students by constituent institutes for allowing access of the education at the

  Quality of Teachers and capacity building

  • Recruitment of well-qualified teachers
  • Teachers undergoing the training at various industries to keep updated
  • Faculty development programs, STTP, etc. organized by AICTE, CoA and other academic Necessary financial assistance and support is provided
  • Teachers are also encouraged for courses offered through MOOC platforms like NPTEL/Coursera
  • Joint study programs conduction on regular basis with various universities/organizations
  • International Exchange programme with EU Universities for faculty up
  • Accreditation Reforms: Constituent institutes are regularly taking part NIRF /GSIRF participation and achieving good ranks. NBA accreditation for particular courses also obtained since long

  Multi entry-Multi exit

  • Accepted in principle, provisions are made various institute wide /courses wide in rules and regulations


  • In university curriculum, actual implementations are executed for Transdisciplinary open elective in curriculum was appreciated by members. Students from one stream i.e engineering are studying Transdisciplinary open elective CREDIT courses from management, architecture, science, performing arts

  Research and Innovation

  • SU has received approval       from DSIR-SIRO (Scientific and Industrial Research Organizations
  • Research funds are available with constituent institutes to purchase research related equipment
  • MoUs are done with various institutes
  • Faculties and students are provided financial support to publish
  • SSIP- One implemented SSIP- phase 2 applications initiated.

  Integration of vocational & academic education

  • All institutes under SU are having 2 credit Skill development compulsory course in their

  Promotion of Indian Knowledge Systems (IKS)

  • Sarvajanik University has tied up with Swami Narayan Vidhyapith and SAYONA for course on Indian Ethos
  • Internationalization Well accepted and implemented as policy and constituent institutes are having
    • Aassociation with EU under ERASMUS
    • Key member of the Inter NepInd
    • Foreign students are
    • Expert lectures from Professors from foreign universities are often
    • Participation of students in IEP (International Experience Program).

  Academic Bank of Credit

  • Accepted in principle and will be implemented soon with the help of ERP (in process)

  ICT enabled Education

  • Power point presentations, Video lectures are used for teaching.
  • Simulation tools are employed and integrated with the
  • MOOCs (SWAYAM-NPTEL/Coursera) courses are embedded with the
  • Lectures in blended
  • Live interaction with the students, professors and professionals of various universities across the state/country/globe.
  • Participation in online training and competitions using ICT.

  Student assistance and support

  • Augmentation of Financial assistance from within college welfare funds
  • Channelizing Scholarships and Financial Assistance through NGOs and Individuals.
  • Student centric approach is followed in academics
  • Assistance and counselling provided for various activities like
  • Curricular, co-curricular, extra-curricular, research, entrepreneurship or startup related, social, grooming) and enough opportunity for the all-round development of
  • Mentors and class teachers are appointed for assisting
  • Dedicated mentors for foreign students and other state students
  • Financial support for participation in competitions, conferences, research publication are also provided.

  Governance Reforms

  • Decentralization done for Academic Governance as well as Research Governance .
  • Members consisting of a group of highly qualified, experts from appropriate fields those who are competent, and dedicated individuals having proven capabilities
  • Formation of various committees and sub-committees for various

  Examination Reforms

  • Significant weightage is given on continuous learning & evaluation
  • Formative assessment is given more weightage in the form of Continuous E and ME as compared to
  • Make up exams are conducted after the regular exams and
  • Makeup/revision classes are conducted before these exams.
  • Adaption of more weightage on Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation system
  • Exam papers are drawn based on the concept suggested as per ABET/ Bloom’s

  Academic Autonomy

  • Curriculum is framed by the faculties of the constituent colleges in association with subject experts from industries and other academic institutes of
  • Large number of Honors/Minor programs are Departments have autonomy to design and float such programs and students have the flexibility to select any of them.
  • Faculties are having autonomy in curriculum design and execution of classes and pedagogy and also in execution of same in the classes
  • Students are having the partial autonomy/freedom to select the
  • MOOCs and NPTEL courses and the credits are awarded for the

  Apprentice/Internship and Placement

  • Mandatory Internship in final semester for all the undergraduate engineering, Architecture and MCA
  • Internship/Training of at least 15 days for all the undergraduate students in summer break after 6th