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The following links provide an overview to current and prospective students about activities on campus  and the rules and norms to be followed while at the University.

Student Affairs

The programmes at Nalanda attract students from all corners of the World, fostering an environment for cross-cultural exchange and learning beyond classrooms. The office of Student Affairs at Nalanda University is committed to student development and learning, and promoting diversity and inclusion. It provides personalised attention whenever required and also aids grievance redressal. The office also supports the enrollment and admissions process, and helps students in acquiring financial aid.

Academic Calendar

The University's Academic Year starts on the first Monday of August and ends on the last Monday of May every year. The Academic Year is divided into two semesters each of twenty weeks duration. The first semester starts in the first week of August and ends in the third week of December. The second semester starts in the first week of January and ends in the third week of May.    

Student Societies and Clubs

Students are encouraged to participate in Student Societies and Clubs during the course of study at Nalanda. They can choose to get associated with any of the clubs and societies in the University. Being involved in these groups gives students an opportunity to develop their communication, organisation and social skills that will prove valuable in real world situations.

Student Handbook

All students are required to follow the guidelines laid down by the University and also abide by the standards of conduct established at the University. This will ensure that the students, faculty and administration work together to create a community that is founded upon mutual respect for all members, honesty in all endeavours and responsible conduct at all times. The Student Handbook provides guidelines for students in the University. Click here to download the Student Handbook for 2016-17 

Student Residences

Students who are registered for full time course of study at Nalanda University are entitled to accommodation in the Residence Halls.  A Student Residence Handbook which defines residence rules and norms is made available to students on their joining. The Handbook sets out a code of for acceptable behaviour to ensure that all residents live together in a healthy, friendly and peaceful environment. Click here to download the Residence Hall Handbook for 2016-17 


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