NU Announces Early Admissions For Batch Of 2021
Makes AIPs (Admission Interaction Process) 100 per cent online to enable students to enrol from the comfort of their homes during this COVID situation.
Established with a vision to be the role model of learning, research, innovation and sustainability for the knowledge society, the not-for-profit NIIT University (NU), announced Early Admissions (EAD) for its four-year Programmes BTech (Computer Science & Engineering, Electronics & Communication, Biotechnology, Communication and Computer Engineering, Data Science, and Cyber Security), 4-year Integrated MBA (Marketing & Marketing Analytics, Entrepreneurship, Finance Banking & FinTech, Business Analytics, Communication & Media studies, Digital & Social Media Marketing), 4-year Integrated MSc (Computer Science), 5-year Integrated MTech and 3-Year BBA and2-Year M.Tech (Educational Technology and Geographic Information Systems).
All Programmes of NU have a minimum of 6-month Industry Practice (IP) in the last Semester of the Programme. Many students of NU have done their IP in prestigious organisations in India as well as abroad.
NIIT University (NU) is currently conducting its Admissions Interaction Process (AIP) online. This process involves engaging with the applicant and parents to communicate about the University's programmes and positioning and to understand their aspirations better. Given the COVID-19 situation, this interaction process has been enabled completely online so that the students and their parents can secure the admission from the safety and comfort of their homes.
To support and encourage candidates based on pure merit, NU has implemented a very distinctive programme called the ‘NU Scholar Search Programme. ’Under this Programme, an applicant can qualify for a scholarship up to full waiver on the University Tuition Fee based on their class 10/12/ JEE results. Moreover, NU also has a special scholarship that is extended to exceptional merit holders and top performers in the country. This overrides a lower scholarship level if any.
Parimal Mandke, Acting President, NIIT University said, “We at NU aim to provide holistic and industry-linked education to all our students. We take pride in making the youth ready for a future that could be uncertain, imbibing them with future skills that the new world of work needs. We have opened our Campus and many of students are back at the campus. The last year has been difficult, but at NU, we positively motivate our students, providing them with virtual platform to showcase their real talents.”
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