FAQs | Manav Rachna Centre for Distance & Online EdJune 21, 2021 2022-11-17 10:03
FAQs | Manav Rachna Centre for Distance & Online Ed
Frequntly Asked Questions (FAQs)
Step1: Submission of online application.
Step 2: Uploading of documents.
Step 3: Selection of candidate and offering admission letter.
Step 4: Payment of fees.
The admissions to the programmes are purely based on the admission eligibility criteria as given in the University website. You can refer that or call the helpdesk.
The entire syllabus will be segregated in 4 quadrants
Quadrant I:E-tutorial, audio/video content/animations/virtual Labs with weekly schedule but no fix time to view/download
Quadrant II: Self-learning material, e-books, illustrations, case studies, presentations etc.
Quadrant III: Discussion forum & real time doubt sessions (Virtual interactive classes in scheduled time.)
Quadrant IV: Various assessments such as multiple choice questions, fill in the blanks, short & long questions etc.(weekly/monthly/end semester)
The exchange of knowledge between the learned and learner is normally facilitated by regular campus mode of education. However, Distance & Online mode of education vehicle bridges the gap between learned and learner, eliminating the geographical barrier between the two. The learner can study by login as per his/her convenience and comfort and also get facility to attend virtual classrooms for doubts & counselling sessions. Manav Rachna offers UG and PG programmes through distance and online mode which are at par with the University campus programmes. The programmes offered can be checked at Manav Rachna online website. The University offers these programmes through learners friendly, robust and effective Learning Management System (LMS).
Incorrectly filled, incomplete and unsigned forms are rejected. Form once rejected will not be reconsidered and form cost will not be refunded for any reason whatsoever.
Manav Rachna assures 100% placement assistance and provides collaboration with Industry partners to achieve placements at higher packages.
Examination will be conducted in online mode via proctored examinations conducted through Mettl platform in the designated exam centre in your state.
Live sessions will be uploaded on Swayam portal for all the students, Study material can also be downloaded from Manav Rachna Online portal and in addition to that , students can finalize their own timelines to complete course within the same schedule.
Yes, a student may apply provisionally for any course but needs to produce all the original mark sheets/ degrees till the time of last day of admission.
Yes, the content pertaining to all the quadrants for a particular course will be available on Swayam Portal or LMS.
They will get videos /PPT through Swayam Portal & Manav Rachna Portal for Online Courses. Url : manavrachnaonline.com
Live sessions will be conducted on the Weekends (Saturdays and Sundays).
Yes, it will be provided to the students.
Yes,details are available on Manav Rachna Portal.
Students will receive the degree of specified programme they have enrolled for. On successful completion of the respective programme, the student will be awarded online degree from Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies (approved by UGC).
Evaluation will include two types of assessments
- Continuous or formative assessments: Weightage 30% (MCQs / Subjective (Short/Long)/ Discussion/Presentation/ Projects/Group Activities etc.)
- Summative assessments: Weightage 70% (Objective Type Questions/ Short and Long Questions etc.)
The withdrawal is allowed as per the existing policy of Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies.
As per the existing policy, students enrolled in UG Programme will be allowed to complete the course in 6 years and for PG Programme, the duration is 4 years.
Registration can be done till last day of admission & fees is Rs 10 thousand only .
Certificates be uploaded & will be verified by office of registrar to check the eligibility and scholarship . (if any)
A minimum of 75% attendance is required to appear in the examinations. Attendance of a student is calculated from the date of commencement of program or date of fee payment (whichever is later).