Foreign Students' Cell:
The University has a full-fledged Foreign Students’ Cell headed by Dean Academic Affairs. He is the Chief Advisor, Foreign Students’ Cell. The Cell acts as the nodal agency and assist the International Students’ Community, in acquiring information about the registration, courses, tuition fee structure, eligibility, visa requirements, accommodation, health insurance and their overall welfare through a unique ‘single window system’. For this, a dedicated portal is already in place for foreign students. There are 15 per cent supernumerary seats for foreign candidates in each University Teaching Department (Except the programme run under the norms of AICTE/PCI). Many students from Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Congo, South Korea and Bhutan have already shaped their academic future from this University. Apart from offering a multi-cultural and inter-disciplinary learning environment, one of the main reasons for studying in Maharshi Dayanand University Rohtak is the manageable cost of living and a favorable environment for education.
Every year, Foreign Student’s Cell organizes sports activities exclusively for International Students. During 2018, two days sports meet was organized by Foreign Students’ Cell. International students from B.R.Ambedkar University, Agra, Utter Pardesh, P.D.M University, Bahadhurgarh, Haryana and Maharshi Dayanand University Rohtak participated in sports activities like foot ball, Table Tennis and Badminton. During the month of March, International Students of M.D.University Rohtak also participated in cultural festival organized by Ashoka University, Sonipat.
Prof. Ajay K.Rajan
Foreign Students’ Cell
Phone : 01262-262208
The University plans to enter into new research and teaching collaborations with leading international institutions of repute. It will establish Global Committees and Task Forces to initiate, monitor and assess the internationalization plans. The University shall also identify strategic regions and countries as potential partners based on its vision and mission. It will also provide comprehensive support for the enrollment of international students through advising peer support and programmes at University level.
To start with, Foreign Students’ Cell has sent a proposal to the Indian Council for Cultural Research (ICCR) Government of India, New Delhi for admission to foreign students. The Cell is also planning to interact with Ministry of External Affairs and Ministry of Human Resources and Development (MEA & MHRD) and with different Embassies and Consulates for various purposes including getting scholarships as well as in administering MoU’s with International Partners of higher education.
The Office of Foreign Students’ Cell coordinates its activities in close contact with the university leadership, various faculties and departments.