Strategic Plan

The Strategic Plan of IIS (deemed to be University) has been drawn to serve as a guiding light to the institution, to bring in efficiency in operation, assist in deciding between competing priorities, take decisions and actions which lead the institution towards a path of sustainability and move it away from stagnation.

The thrust is on multidimensional approaches to achieve significant goals in four areas namely, Academic Excellence, Research and Development, Infrastructure and Resources and  Stakeholders’  Management and Collaboration, which are critical to the University's future.

These areas have been refined and articulated more recently as “University Priorities” and will guide in designing strategies, and position the IIS University as a University with academic excellence - excellence in teaching and research, social responsibility and accountability not only at the national, but also at the international level.

The institution is conscious of the current global challenges including the global socio-economic, political and cultural contexts, impact of the emerging information society, the technological advances, the democratization of educational opportunities, diversification in higher education in terms of its function, structure and organization, educational spending, need for quality assurance, the aspirations of today’s youth and, the need for bringing forth creativity, innovation and research to solve the problems of today’s world.

It is in this context that Academic excellence, Research and Development, Infrastructure and Resources, Stakeholders’ Feedback and Management, and Collaboration have been outlined as the fundamental pillars for the Institution’s growth and  development in the near future.


  • To be an international model institution for students' success beyond predicted expectations.
  • To promote and maintain academic excellence.
  • To transform the dreams and aspirations of the youth to reality.
  • To strive and seek to cater to the global needs.


  • To provide a conducive environment for the development of an individual’s personality.
  • To believe that performance has everything to do with an individual’s desires and determination to excel thereby providing a platform to students.
  • To empower the youth to realize that they determine the outcome of their own lives.
  • To unleash the dormant faculties and talents within.
  • To have an unflinching faith in the potential of the youth and to ignite young minds and develop the convictions in them discarding those that hold them back.
  • To cherish the Indian value system with focus on the Indian culture, traditions and heritage, imbibing the best of the West at the same time.
  • To support a proper harnessing of latent talents and to encourage the students to take initiatives.
  • To provide a learning environment, in which the students and the faculty are driven by the spirit of enquiry in their quest for knowledge.
  • To encourage the students to appreciate the natural and artistic realms of life.
  • To grasp and imbibe the complexity of moral issues.
  • To recognize the significance of growth and technologies.
  • To understand and appreciate human differences in culture, gender and race.
  • To provide the opportunities for the greatest possible achievement and attainment to each and every individual.


  • To develop a combination of knowledge and skills to promote modern outlook and a scientific temper.
  • To generate social consciousness among the youth to meet the challenges of the society and the world at large.
  • To promote international understanding and world fellowship through global education and exchange of ideas, knowledge and the youth.
  • To provide quality education for self-reliance.
  • To groom into dynamic, charismatic and ‘World Ready Citizens’.

Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Challenges (SWOC) Analysis


  • The University presently catering to women students in English-medium.
  • Locational advantage of being situated in the state capital with excellent connectivity with the rest of the country.
  • Air-conditioned hostels with all facilities/amenities.
  • Sound academic reputation in the society.
  • Diverse student-body drawn from different states and sections of the society to promote inclusive practices.
  • Wide range of programmes/ subject-combinations available to choose from.
  • A plethora of well-designed professional and skill-oriented courses, besides the regular programmes, to foster global competencies.
  • Mandatory inclusion of Career Oriented Skill Development (COSD) courses in the first year of graduation.
  • Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) in professional programmes and a good number of Elective options in all other programmes.
  • Grading System in all the programmes.
  • Unique programmes in subjects like Psychology, Fashion Design, Jewellery Design, Fine Arts, B.Com. (Hons.) Chartered Accountancy, B.Com. (Hons.) Company Secretaryship, Learning and Development, etc.
  • National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) and All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) approved courses offered.
  • Integration of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) as part of curricula, with a provision of credit transfer.
  • Academic collaborations with reputed national/international institutions, agencies and corporations to develop globally relevant courses.
  • Well-qualified, experienced and motivated faculty members.
  • Healthy bonding and  interaction between faculty, students and alumnae.
  • Supportive and Student-centric approach comprising participative, experiential and problem-solving methodologies for an enhanced teaching-learning experience.
  • Focus on the holistic development of students through a blend of curricular & co-curricular activities.
  • A strong base for community outreach and extra-curricular activities;  University has five units of NSS, out of which four NSS units and a half troop of N.C.C. Air Wing sponsored by the Government.
  • Decentralised and participative governance at the University.
  • Training and Placement Cell for co-ordinating activities like industry training, career guidance and placements.
  • People of eminence from various fields associated with the University as members of its statutory bodies.
  • Student-engagement through optimal use of ICT resources in overall functioning of the University; recent one being the switch-over to the virtual mode of teaching-learning and examinations during the pandemic leading to timely declaration of results and starting of new session. 
  • Strategic interventions in community with extensive Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Extension-related activities.


  • Need to setup more laboratories with annexed lecture theatres.
  • More Consultancy Projects by faculty members for resource generation and to bridge the gap between industry and academia.
  • Need of research grants to strengthen infrastructure and enhance the quality of research.
  • Requirement for more long-term strategic collaborations with reputed international/ national institutions for promoting Research and Development as well as encouraging Faculty and Student Exchange Programmes.
  • Need for creating more avenues for resource-generation.
  • Need of more hostels for students.


  • With the allotment of 30 acres of land by the Government of Rajasthan for the expansion of the University, new programmes of study can now be introduced leading to an increase in students-enrolments.
  • Capability to the meet the growing demand for specialized, professional and industry-based courses.
  • Strengthening vocational education through UGC-sanctioned programmes such as B.Voc.
  • Fostering collaborations/tie-ups with other public/private sector/non-profit institutions for academic enrichment of teachers and students alike.
  • Availing research grants from Government/Non-Government agencies to support the University’s research endeavours and related initiatives.
  • Attracting alumnae, business houses, foundations etc., for instituting endowments.
  • Effectively reshaping education delivery (online teaching-learning) for international and off-campus delivery of online courses/programmes and promoting exchange programmes.
  • Collaborations with national and international academic bodies such as Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, to develop global courses.
  • Introducing industry-oriented courses as per the requirements of the global economy.


  • Dwindling resources from the State/Central Government and increasing dependence on revenue from tuition fee of students.   
  • Burgeoning of private and profit-driven universities/colleges in the area.
  • Increasing trend of students’ migration to metropolitan and Tier I cities of the country and to foreign universities for higher education.
  • Flux in parents’ and students’ decisions regarding what locations they should select for higher education in the post COVID times keeping in view health safety and to minimize health risks.
  • Compulsion to compete with the growing presence of state-funded universities in the state.
  • Attendance-related issues of students preparing for various competitive/ entrance examinations at local institutes/coaching centres.
  • Attracting a larger number of foreign students.
  • Resource-mobilization through consultancy and research.


Themes and Focus Areas

Academic Excellence

Since its inception, IIS (Deemed to be University) has been a leader in fostering an eco-system of academic excellence on its campus.

It is a place where everyone is welcome and encouraged to take ownership of her/his own learning and growth, stretch beyond their comfort zone, use time and opportunities meaningfully and put the skills being acquired, to use. The University is well-known for being at the forefront of knowledge co-creation, sharing, and dissemination.

Interactive teaching practices, setting high expectations, engagement, motivation, building strong relationships, providing constructive feedback based on performance data from time to time to students and faculty are stressed. The University is also known for playing a crucial role in valuing and engaging with the knowledge systems of this country and other nations.

The plan for achieving academic excellence is proposed under the following broad headings:

  • Technology in teaching-learning
  • Online and distance learning
  • New programmes
  • Academic advancement


  • Technology in teaching-learning


More than ever before, the University recognises that by incorporating digital technologies into the classroom it can bring about profound changes in the extent of student engagement and learning. This is being facilitated by providing them more autonomy and control over their own learning, building their digital competencies and preparing them to keep pace with the demands of a technology-based world.

The University will continue to adopt technology enabled pedagogy at all levels and encourage blended teaching methodology involving traditional, interactive, and ICT enabled pedagogical techniques to enhance the teaching–learning process.

  • Online and distance learning

Given their rising popularity and revolutionary potential, the University plans to offer accredited online and distance learning programs in the future. For this, it plans to seek approval from the University Grants Commission, New Delhi, India. ICT enabled teaching, use of multimedia in virtual classrooms including next-generation technologies will be encouraged.

This will hopefully remove the physical, financial and geographical barriers that prevent many students from fulfilling their academic or career ambitions as well as give it visibility and recognition at the national and international levels. Quality online learning resources will also be developed and made available as e-content on the University website.

  • New programmes

The University will financially invest in and promote nationally recognized, job oriented and vocational programs that attract students. These programs will be aligned to cater both, to the industry requirements and the societal needs.

New, high-quality, integrated and compelling programs with capacity to grow enrolments such as, B.A.-LL.B, B.Com.-LL.B, B.Sc.-LL.B, BBA-LL.B, BBA-MBA etc. will be developed along with advanced courses, such as Machine learning, Data Science, Artificial Intelligence, etc.

The University also recognizes the importance of advancing the institutional reputation and the need to take advantage of its disciplinary breadth to address the world’s problems from multiple perspectives.

It is therefore planned to establish a School of Engineering, and a School of Medical Sciences & Pharmacy, in the next five years.

  • Academic advancement

The University promotes academic achievement and excellence through academic consultations, guest lectures, workshops, mentoring, student exchange programs and scholarships to students.

Current faculty endeavours in designing of innovative course curriculum and teaching learning processes will be supported by providing the necessary academic freedom and flexibility to them. Additional avenues for enhanced educational opportunities, engagement with activities, groups, associations, and people  will be explored depending on the needs and interests from time to time. Individuals with scholarly and teaching acumen will be contacted for inputs in the journals published by the University as well as in other co-curricular activities/events organized.


  • To foster an environment conducive to research with the potential of innovation and commercialization.

The University encourages interdisciplinary research and an entrepreneurial approach in all its students and provides them the freedom to investigate problems of significance and imagine and, work for a better future.

The Centre for Research, Innovation and Training (CRIT) at IISU will continue to promote research and innovation and undertake initiatives for creation and dissemination of knowledge. The Research Promotion Committee and dedicated Industry-Academia Cell will make efforts for advancing academic research, and actionable programs.

For the enhancement of service delivery in support of teaching and research, the IISU Library has been digitized and its infrastructure and capacity are being upgraded to meet the needs of the future.

An Innovation Cell (IIC) to support creation and launching of start-ups and innovations, an IISU Incubation Centre with a motto to nurture start-ups, the IISU Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Cell to assist grass-root innovators in the local area to realize the commercial benefits of their innovations and conduct IPR outreach activities are already in place.

These efforts, it is hoped, will help create successful business ventures that can translate benefits from technology and knowledge innovations to the society at large.

The University will continue to foster, encourage and promote training, research and innovation in both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes through mentoring, technical and financial support to its students.

  • To create, maintain and enhance infrastructure/resources to enable conduct of state-of-the-art research.

The University plans to improve its physical research facilities, equipment, knowledge and technology-based resources to encourage cutting-edge research.

Depending on the strategic importance and quality of the proposed research and innovation projects, the potential of their impact, and their sustainability, new infrastructure will be added. Experienced and competent faculty dedicated solely to research and, trained technicians will be employed. Proper protocols will be followed in research laboratories. More books, journals and periodicals will be procured in the central library, departmental libraries and the digital library to aid research and development of knowledge as an on-going process.

  • To promote research tie-ups with industry, agencies, government bodies and NGOs for research, projects, internships and innovative programs:

For cross pollination of ideas, collaborative and interdisciplinary research will be promoted through collaboration with academic institutions of national and international repute, as well as with the industry.

  • Strengthening the research profile of University, Faculty and Students

For advancing the research standards, the University proposes to award D.Litt./D.Sc. degrees and Post-Doctoral Fellowships. Emphasis will be laid on creating a robust faculty research profile through faculty research projects. With better research facilities, infrastructure and a robust research eco-system, the University aims to encourage the faculty to submit their research publications in peer reviewed journal(s) of repute (UGC approved CARE Listed journals or those indexed in SCOPUS/Google Scholar/Web of Science or Indian Citation Index) with high impact factor.

This will help them in improving their author level metrics (Hirsch-Index) and also give a transparency regarding the influence they have in their field of work.

The University publishes four peer reviewed ISSN journals annually in the disciplines of Arts, Social Science, Commerce & Management and, Science & Technology respectively. They have been instrumental in inculcating a research culture at the institution. The Journals also provide an apt platform both for faculty and students. Original and plagiarism free research publication will continue to be a top priority for the University.

In an effort to highlight the usefulness and transferability of the academic research, and protect and commercialize the research results the University also plans to file more patents in the future.


  • To make conscious efforts for exploring newer revenue sources

In today’s environment with challenges such as increasing operating costs, diminishing government support and philanthropy, the University understands that it needs to look for supplementary sources of revenue rather than just relying on student tuition fees.  Grants, private donations, fund raising, cost saving on campuses, introduction of new profitable courses, consultation services, skill sharing, certificate courses/continuing education courses, on campus laboratories, fulfilling unused spaces and equipment, etc. for service to outsiders will be taken up for revenue generation without losing out on the values of the University which make it useful to the society.

  • To continue to invest in the information technology for capability building and to enhance the quality of the research and education.

Investments in the information technology will continue in order to increase the research capability, enhance the teaching and learning experience at the campus and support efficient functioning of administration.

It will establish infrastructure which shall enable the faculty, staff as well as the students to have effective communication with each other and ensure that the information is shared securely.

With a continuing focus on training and best-practice dissemination the University aims at empowering the faculty members and researchers to use IT systems effectively, and students to improve their digital literacy for discovering, evaluating and creating information using digital technologies. The University will provide innovative, state-of-the-art facilities and laboratories that can function as or serve the multidisciplinary research needs of the scholars.

  • To shift to the newly acquired residential campus with state-of-art facilities for both faculty and students.

The University plans to move to a new, eco-friendly, residential campus with a dynamic blend of technology and innovation, the land for which has already been acquired.  This campus, it is hoped, will exemplify IISU’s continuing commitment to providing a world-class, quality university education to students from the country and abroad. The new campus will be equipped with the latest technology including smart learning spaces specially designed keeping in view the future needs.

In the new campus state of the art buildings will be constructed to set up the School of Law, the School of Engineering and the School of Medical Sciences & Pharmacy. A wide range of amenities and services will be provided to foster the personal and professional development of the around 3000 students and, faculty who will be housed in the campus.

  • To continue to invest in and expand the Library Technology Resources:

Technology has taken a key position in today’s world. The University will ensure that the latest technology is made available to both faculty and students, so that they evolve as early adopters and contributors to development by utilizing the power of emerging technologies.

Over time, the University will leverage technology in cataloguing and managing the extensive resources of the library systems with the intent to preserve and enhance them. This would make them more easily accessible and user-friendly.

  • ICT enabled services and Internationalisation

The University realises that to support innovative approaches to teaching, learning, research, internships, placements, administration and operations, campus infrastructure needs to evolve and be scaled up.

It will ensure provision of modern class rooms, high speed internet, LAN Connectivity, upgraded software, installation of sophisticated equipment, public address system in each building and class room.

It will strive to provide excellent computing facilities through latest devices and will ensure seamless connectivity across the campuses. The possibilities of virtual lecture facilities through high speed data network will be explored. The University will continue to enrich the content sharing and collaboration in research and development activities through different platforms like SWAYAM, National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL), National Knowledge Network across Higher Education Institutions in India and the world to provide high quality content to all the students.

A new website will be launched for IIS-TIE for attracting the international students and an office will also be set up for the same. The presence of international students will be helpful in building international links and for connecting with alumni across the globe as well as to sensitize the students on different cultures and enrich their experience regarding global trends. The students and faculty can also interact with experts across the world.

  • To take steps that would be helpful in developing a cleaner and greener campus.

The University will promote sustainable and eco-friendly practices on its campus. It will work with students, faculty and support staff to foster a culture of self-sustainability and make the entire campus environment friendly. A committee has been set up with representatives from faculty and student groups which will look into the greening of the campus. This committee will be supported by a cell that will monitor, implement and enable the policies and initiatives of the Committee. This will include energy efficient appliances, increased use of renewable energy, improved solid waste and waste water management systems, increased recycling, and making the campus more pedestrian and cycling friendly. New innovative technologies for energy, waste management, water harvesting, solar energy generation and emissions control will be adopted in the campus after checking viability and feasibility.


The primary and secondary stakeholders of the University include, students, parents, internal and external faculty, community, management bodies, other universities, accreditation agencies, funding agencies, alumni, NGOs, industry, etc. To make its activities worthwhile and satisfactory, the University puts a great deal of emphasis on taking feedback from its stakeholders from time to time.

Based on their needs, expectations, experiences, insights and suggestions, the teaching-learning, evaluation practices, operations and management initiatives are fine tuned. This feedback is also used for setting priorities and allocating resources. Some efforts which have been made in this direction and will be pursued are as follows.

1. Students

  • Use of online platforms for teaching

The University is planning to incorporate different learning platforms (MOOC courses) available online, like COURSERA and SWAYAM or those developed by the University faculty, in its curriculum and transfer the credits to the students.

  • Integration of digitalization

Integration of digitalization in the teaching learning process by providing smart classrooms, wi-fi enabled campus, subscription of national and international online courses, E-journals, development of E-content to make the teaching-learning effective are planned.

  • Establishment of incubation centre

In addition to the existing Incubation Centre at the Gurukul  Marg Campus, the University also plans to set up an Incubation centre in the new campus to give a wider platform to the students to develop their entrepreneurship and marketing skills. The mentors will support student entrepreneurs in determining and confirming market opportunities and help them in cultivating a plan to infiltrate those markets. The students can scale and pivot their ideas and foray into launching their own start-ups, online business platforms, business chains or work on other business proposals.

  • Digitalization

The University plans to develop its own Learning Management System to track student progress, manage content, identify training and learning gaps, utilize analytical data, facilitate reporting, manage classrooms, etc.

2. Staff members/Faculty

  • Motivation for Research

In the coming years, the University will encourage faculty and students to undertake research and related  activities, such as preparation of research projects, publication of research papers in reputed journals, participation and presentation of the research papers in seminars/workshops/conferences. The tenure and funding amount for research projects taken up by faculty will be enhanced and possibilities of getting funding from other sources for research will be explored.

Quality of research will however receive priority over quantity of research under all circumstances.

Greater coordination between researchers and policymakers will be ensured through advocacy efforts for getting research findings incorporated in the policies.

Besides, more faculty development programmes will also be organized and collaborative research will be encouraged.

  • Trainings/Faculty Development Programs

Proactive efforts will be made to upgrade the knowledge and skills of the faculty and contribute in their personal and professional development, and build educational leadership. Opportunities will be provided to acquaint them with the best practices in the country and abroad.

  • Use of ICT in the Teaching-Learning system

The University encourages the faculty to create a flexible and open learning environment with interactive, experimental and multimedia based delivery system. Learner autonomy and independence is promoted. Teachers and learners will continue to communicate and collaborate. Learning resources such as LCD projectors, models, modules, ready to use lab tools (online and offline), interactive language laboratory, computing laboratory, etc. will be used in the process.

3. CSR and community engagement

To make a positive contribution towards local communities the University plans to generate funds for taking up welfare activities for the marginalized, deprived and backward sections of the society. Faculty members, students and their parents, alumnae will be encouraged to serve the society in any form.

A committee will be constituted for needs assessment, execution and monitoring of social responsibility actions. Literacy camps, health awareness camps, social awareness camp, environmental awareness camp, human rights awareness camps will be organized in the adopted villages with assistance from local NGOs and Government departments.  It is hoped that this will also contribute in building a competitive advantage and a positive reputation for the institution.

4. Industry-Academia Interface

In the wake of quantum jump in technologies with global connectivity, the institutions have responsibility to provide not only the required skills and knowledge to their students, but also practical industrial experience. The University plans to initiate an Industry-Institute Interaction Cell to find out the gap between the needs of the industry and the end product of the institute.

This cell will assist departments in organizing workshops, conferences and symposia with joint participation of the industries and University faculties, enhance participation of industry experts in curriculum development, taking up projects jointly, coordinating/identifying industrial partners, setting up ‘Centre for Excellence’ and inviting Visiting faculty from industries.

The Cell will also encourage faculty members to use their expertise in solving the problems faced by the industries, thus creating opportunities for consultancy, industrial testing by faculty members or technicians, in-plant trainings for the students, identifying the areas for Executive Development Programmes in recent technological advances.

The University will provide research facilities to outsiders and will collaborate with different Indian and foreign universities for student and faculty exchange programmes.

5. International Tie ups and Collaboration

Factors such as interconnectedness of the world today, mobility of students, scholars, diversity in programs, need for building reputation and branding, emergence of the digital technologies, requirements of a global knowledge economy, etc. have made it crucial for Universities to embrace and integrate a global dimension into their purpose, functions and delivery of education.

In the past few years, IISU has taken some fragmented steps in this direction by admitting foreign students, conducting exposure visits and exchange programs abroad for its faculty and students. However, going forward, a broader and more strategic approach to internationalisation is planned.   

The International Cell of IISU i.e. IIS-TIE will focus on the curriculum and learning outcomes to ensure internationalisation for all and identify partnerships and alliances in varying forms for both education and research.

  • Proposed Objectives and Activities of the International Cell:

The objectives of the International Cell IIS-TIE to engage more of our students in international opportunities abroad to enhance their personal growth, educational experience, and professional opportunities are as follows:

  1. Analysing Internationalization aspects & issues and forming strategies and planning accordingly.
  2. Setting up the Office and Structure of IIS-TIE and development of Website
  3. Preparing Action Plans for international visibility and reputation of IISU through IIS-TIE
  4. Facilitating foreign students with all adequate infrastructure, quality education environment, adequate lodging & boarding facilities.
  5. Designing & Executing promotional campaigns abroad for attracting foreign students to the existing courses. 
  6. Acting as ‘Single Window’ to the foreign as well as the local students for the solutions of all their queries and grievances.
  7. Seeking partnerships (MoUs) with foreign universities and providing opportunities to the stakeholders with regard to Academic Visits, Summer Schools, Flying Faculty, Joint Workshops/FDP/Conferences, Joint Degree (UG /PG) Programmes, Research Collaborations, UG /PG Programmes for International Students, Workshops for International Students/Faculty (Yoga, Fine Arts (Indian Classical Music/Painting/Dance), Fashion/Textile, Jewellery Design, Social Sciences, etc.), Cultural Exchange Programmes, Education Tourism Programmes etc.

6. Strengthening Relationships with Alumni

The University understands that alumni can serve many important roles, such as building and growing its brand name through word-of-mouth, through social media, and other modes.

A registered ICG-IISU Alumnae Association- Bandhan - has been functional since the time of its inception and aims to encourage the alumnae of the University to take an abiding interest in the progress and development of their alma mater and reconnect with it from time to time.

The Association has recently been registered under the Companies Act, 2013 (Registration No. 071266).

Some of the alumnae are in regular contact with the Chancellor, the Vice Chancellor, the Registrar, the Placement officer and senior faculty members and have shared their success stories and the ways in which they can contribute towards the University’s growth and expansion. Communication links with others are also maintained in the following ways.

  • The alumnae interact with current students through guest lectures/panel discussions/ seminars to guide them on various professional avenues available.
  • They visit the campus to support the existing batch of students in planning and organizing events, extending support and participating in cultural, as well as academic events that take place on campus.
  • Some of them donate books to the central library of the University.
  • They share their work experiences and mentor the students of the University towards higher education and/or career avenues in various fields.
  • Alumnae who are working in various organizations, keep the faculty members and the Placement Cell of the University abreast with the available job-opportunities available for current students.
  • Those who are entrepreneurs provide inputs to the existing students on how to start a new venture and encourage and guide them on self-employment, to establish themselves as entrepreneurs.
  • Many are employed as faculty and support staff in the University who play an important role in academic and institutional development.
  • They also serve the University on being appointed as members of the Boards of Studies, the IQAC, and other Committees, and play a vital role in enhancing the curricula and for the betterment of infrastructure, by offering feedback which is used by the University/Department for continual improvement.
  • Respective Heads of Departments seek the opinion / suggestions of the alumnae on various developmental activities, as also the curricular aspect, pertaining to their Departments by staying in constant touch with them.
  • The University invites them as chief guests in its functions and events thereby creating a platform for dialogue/discussion between the current students and the alumnae.
  • The University has also created Alumnae web portal for the alumnae with the aim to generating a unique registration ID for them and to make it simpler for them to update their details on the portal. This would also help them to reconnect with their batchmates and teachers and contribute further towards the growth of their alma mater.
  • "Rewind", the Alumnae Newsletter is published bi-annually wherein the alumnae contribute articles of general interest, their success-stories and personal achievements.


The University will continue to strengthen its relationships with its ex-students, involve them in, and seek their support in providing mentoring, arranging internships, career and placement opportunities, revenue generation, etc. in the coming times.