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KR Mangalam committed to provide quality education

education Updated: Apr 30, 2013 14:42 IST

From the school education level, K.R. Mangalam’s name has always been known to create student-friendly modules with the future in perspective that can help students reap the benefits of education on a long term basis. The soon to be launched K.R. Mangalam University adheres to the same dictum. The university is being envisaged as an institution that will facilitate and promote studies in the area of higher education with a focus on professional learning.

To begin with, the university has created study modules and offers courses in engineering and technology, basic and applied sciences, management and commerce, medical and allied sciences, architecture & planning and law, at graduate and post graduate levels under various schools of learning within the campus. More than 29 programmes offered by the university have been created meticulously by academic experts with time-relevant content and a pragmatic approach.

The fast-track world of today demands the students to be trained and equipped in system design, system integration and also system management. Keeping this in view the university has extended a lot of focus to inter-disciplinary courses such as integrated B.Tech and MBA and integrated BCA and MCA.

Internationally bench-marked and industry oriented curriculum is innovative and highly flexible which helps students to develop and chisel their skills, while building up their knowledge and fundamental concepts. Student-centric pedagogy and experimental learning such as simulating teaching, simulations, animations, videos, web base exercises and games introduced in the university will enhance and optimise the teaching-learning process. Case based learning, brainstorming sessions, seminars, workshops, guest lectures and effective use of audio-visual are the key features of teaching and learning processes devised by the university.

While gearing up for the session 2013-14, the university also plans to introduce courses in legal studies.