With a vision of imparting world-class all-round education, the primary motive of the programmes at NU is to culturally enrichment of students and broadening of their personal and academic perspectives. This is being achieved through exploration of new and unique areas and research programmes.
For an active enhancement of knowledge and upgrade of skills amongst the students, NU has undertaken collaborations with different institutions globally. Additionally, this has also enabled for faculty at NU to collaborate with peers at foreign universities, for collaborative research projects.
NU Team is taking various measures to implement Student and Faculty Exchange Program in order to provide excellent academic standards and diversified learning opportunities.
A list of Universities that NU is currently in collaboration with:
- Nalanda-Sriwijaya Centre, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (Singapore)
- Chulalongkorn University (Thailand)
- Peking University (China)
- Archaeological Survey of India (ASI, India)
- European Consortium for Asian Field Study (ECAF, France)
- International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS, Netherlands)
- School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Yale University (USA)
- Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering (ABE), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (USA)
- Borlaug Institute of South Asia, BISA (India)
- Eckerd College, (USA)
- Global Alliance of Disaster Research Institutes (GADRI), Kyoto (Japan)
- University of Missouri, (USA)
Health and Wellbeing
Speak with our counsellor
The fundamental mission of this division is to eradicate issues emerging due to diversity. Generally, counseling is given on a one on one basis and is strictly confidential. Students are encouraged to express their viewpoints and emotions freely.
The students can approach the counselor to discuss any issues, be it personal or as result of academic pressures– financial problems, family pressures or difficulty with friends, any kind of abuse, homesickness or any other issues. It is not uncommon for the newcomers to face some issues in the initial periods of adaptation to the new atmosphere. Do not feel aloof. We are here to help you to sort out your issues.
NU is currently in talks with CIP which is renowned nationally and globally for establishing an extension centre which will provide its services to the University as and when required.
All the students of NU are covered under Group Medical Coverage for treatment in all the leading and major hospitals across India. Students are also covered under Group Personal Accident Policy. In addition, the University has a visiting doctor on its rolls and few more on its panel who are available on call, in the case of an emergency. Students are provided with counseling support as and when needed.
Volunteering can be a fun, rewarding and flex way of enhancing your career prospects and skills. It gives you an opportunity to gain new experiences, develop a range of valuable skills and a great way of meeting new people and making a real difference within your local community!
For getting yourself registered with the Volunteering team, download the form and submit it to the Student Affairs Office.