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You got nothing wrong with NU, if you decided to study here. It?s an international university, so the student diversity is huge and really cool study environment. You would definitely love being here and study.
Admission at Nalanda University is very simple. There is an online form on their website that you can fill up and submit will all the required documents and the admission fee is 500 rupees. You will get a call if you are shortlisted.
Students have to struggle a bit to find jobs because the stream is such that they have to do a B.ed or an M.Ed to be a teacher or a professor in some school or college. However, a lot of students join as researchers for some firms that carry out certain researches..
You will experience the many different cultures in one place. The diversity is huge. The curriculum is very updated. So if you are thinking about studying history, NU is a good place for you. Because of the students coming from different countries, you will different perspectives of a similar issues and history affect them.
One of my aim, since I choose humanities in my 11TH class is to work as Historian. that?s how I ended up in NU . The admission process is not as many other universities in the country. Along with application form , you have to submit a SOP, self introduction note and you will call for an intervire if they like your application.
Once the University announced the admission notification on the website, I had to download the application form from the website and then I filled it with all details and submitted to the University with 500 rupees application fees. Also, I had attested all required documents. After submission, I received a mail regarding my selection based on my merit. Then I joined the interview via Skype and got selected.
The fees structure is very much affordable. The tuition fees is 28000 per semester. And it would cost around 1.4 lacs for 2 years which is very nominal and affordable for a master degree in India. It is worth the money paid by us
I love Nalanda University. It is one the best universities in India and the courses are very good. Plus, the teachers are very helpful. I made a lot of friends and had a great time in the hostel too.
M.A in Historical Studies has fairly simple admission criteria. All you have to do is fill up the online for on the University's website and have to have a graduation marks of more than 60%. The final selection happens after interview.
After filling an online application, I was called in for an interview, the marks from my master's and bachelor's were kept in consideration and then I was called again regarding my selection after a couple of weeks.
As a student of P.hD, we are not really interested in the internships, the job opportunity of this college was quite decent but I had to take NEET exam as I wanted to be a professor, hence, I did not opt for the placement.
When the University reported the confirmation notice on the site, I needed to download the application structure from the site and afterward I filled it with all subtleties and submitted to the University with 500 rupees application expenses. Additionally, I had bore witness to every necessary report. After accommodation, I got a mail with respect to my determination dependent on my legitimacy. At that point I joined the meeting by means of Skype and got chose.
If reports are to be believed, students of the first batch were the only lucky ones to have this opportunity. It is also said that there were only a very few students in the first batch. As for now, it is clearly stated that there are no placement arrangements by the University. Students, who complete their course in May, have to struggle for opportunities. Although, you could get links for fellowship, research project etc. Most of the professors are really helpful and supportive but there are no placements provided.
The admission process for my program was entirely online. The application form was filled online and documents were uploaded with the form. An interview was also held through skype for all shortlisted students.
Exams were lengthy but no one had any problems with it. Exams covered everything taught. Course curriculum is updated on a regular basis. the course curriculum is taught using state-of-the art technology.