The present situation has posed a new challenge for students to make their choice for higher education. Students need to make a decision on "What" and also "How". The panellists will attempt to explain the prospects of new-age courses and also the traditional courses as higher education options for students
MS Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences (RUAS), Bangalore aims to focus its programmes on student-centric higher education so that the graduates are equipped with both theoretical knowledge and practical skills expected by industry and business. The university has four verticals – Academic Studies; Academic Research; Training, Skill Development and Lifelong Learning and a Techno Centre for Consultancy, Product Design and Development and Entrepreneurship Development. Students of the University can expect to experience an integrated approach to academics, research, training, real-life problem solving and entrepreneurship.
The University, at present, has established faculties in Engineering and Technology, Art and Design, Management and Commerce, Mathematical & Physical Sciences, Life and Allied Health Sciences, Dental Sciences, Pharmacy and Hospitality Management & Catering Technology. Through these faculties, the University offers undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programmes. The faculties offer an enriched curriculum drawn from the strong interactions between the faculties and industry and business.
New age courses
What should a student look for while selecting a course
How to apply for admission in the current scenario.
Dr Prasanna Kumar J P
Director Admissions, RUAS.
Dr. H M Rajashekara Swamy
Professor and Dean(I/C), Head and Associate Dean-Research, RUAS