Orientation eases transition


Sharda University has left no stone unturned to nurture its international student population. Prior to commencing the new academic session, the university organised an orientation programme for the new crop of international students, who have sought admission in various courses.

 The orientation programme held on October 10 at SMSR auditorium aimed at helping students ease their transition to a new country, explore the university and city academically and culturally facilitating them in pursuing their studies in a smooth manner. Once the students were briefed about the ethos of the institution they were introduced to the faculty along with an elaborated session on the Indian culture, traditions and practices.

Urging the students to make use of all the facilities till the time they are a part of the University, Spokesperson of Sharda University said, “The idea of a separate induction programme is to help international students settle into their new way of life easily. We want all our students to understand the education system well and get accustomed to the environment, food and culture to get a feel of thier homeland. At this University, we want all the students, irrespective of their country to avail the best facilities and gain a rich and rewarding learning experience.”



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