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ABOUT CBCS

The Choice-Based Credit System (CBCS) is an educational framework that is designed to provide students with flexibility in choosing courses and subjects as part of their academic curriculum. It aims to allow students to tailor their education according to their interests, aptitude, and career goals, while also providing a standardized system for credit accumulation and transfer.

Key features of the Choice-Based Credit System include

  1. Credit-Based Learning: Under CBCS, courses are assigned credits based on their academic content, workload, and learning outcomes. Each course is associated with a certain number of credits, and students need to accumulate a specified number of credits to complete their degree.
  2. Flexibility:Students have the flexibility to choose courses from a wide range of subjects offered by their institution. This allows them to pursue interdisciplinary studies and explore diverse areas of knowledge beyond their major field of study.
  3. Choice of Electives: CBCS often includes a mix of core courses, elective courses, and skill-based courses. Core courses are typically mandatory for a particular program, while elective courses offer students the option to choose from a pool of subjects that align with their interests.
  4. Continuous Assessment:CBCS emphasizes continuous assessment and evaluation throughout the academic term, rather than relying solely on end-of-semester examinations. This can include assignments, projects, presentations, quizzes, and other forms of assessment.
  5. Grading System: CBCS often employs a grading system that provides a detailed assessment of a student's performance, usually on a predetermined scale (e.g., letter grades or grade points).
  6. Skill Development: The system may include skill-based courses or components to enhance students' practical and employability skills.
  7. Transparency and Choice:CBCS promotes transparency by providing detailed information about the content, outcomes, and assessment methods of each course, allowing students to make informed choices.

The implementation of the Choice-Based Credit System varies from one educational institution to another and from one country to another. It is intended to provide a more student-centric approach to education, fostering creativity, critical thinking, and a broader understanding of various subjects. This system is often seen as a response to the changing needs of students and the dynamic demands of the modern workforce.

Bachelor Programmes Semester – 6

S.No. Paper Code Name of Paper Credit No of open Seats Type of Paper Programme School
1 G6AD23ISC Internal Security Challenges 4 25 Open paper BASM SISSP
2 G6AD22ICI Insurgency and Counter-insurgency 4 20 Theory BDSS SISDSS
3 G6AD27IOT Internet of Things 4 5 Lecture, Practical BTech SITAICS
4 G6AD27DMS Dimensions of Maritime Security 4 10 Theory BAILS SICMSS
5 G6A33SM Sports Management 4 15 Theory BPES SPES
6 G6D06NAVI NCC – ARMY – VI 3 20 Theory & Practical ARMY NCC
7 G6D06NNVI NCC –NAVY – VI 3 26 Theory & Practical NAVY NCC

Master ‘s Programmes Semester – 4

S.No. Paper Code Name of Paper Credit No of open Seats Type of Paper Programme School
1 M4AD21CTS “Counter Terrorism Measures & Strategies ( Specialization Counter Insurgency and Anti-Terrorism)” 4 15 CCP MAPA&SM SISSP
2 M4AD18HDO Higher Defence Organisation 4 15 Theory MADSS SISDSS
3 P2A10PPM/M2AD10PPM Python Programming 4 5 Lecture, Practical M.Sc CS&DF SITAICS
4 M2AD08CIP Cyber Laws and Intellectual Property Rights 4 10 Lecture, Practical MTech CS SITAICS
5 M2AD07DLG Deep Learning 4 10 Lecture, Practical M.Tech-Ds&ML SITAICS
6 M4A14VIC Victimology 2 15 Theory MFPSY SBSFI
7 M4B17PMP Police and Military Psychology 2 15 Theory MFPSY SBSFI
8   M4A29QDE Advanced Questioned Document Examination 3+1 5 Lecture, Practical MScFS SBSFI
9 M4AD19DSB Data Science & Big Data Analytics 3+1 10 Lecture, Practical MSc/MCom FAFI SBSFI
10 M4BD18IC Intermediate Chinese 4 10 Theory MA IR SICSSL
11 M4BD19RL2 Russian Language: Speaking and Comprehensive 2 4 10 Theory MA IR SICSSL
12 M4BD20EAL Elementary Arabic Language 4 10 Theory MA IR SICSSL

BACHELOR’s Programmes Ability & Skill Paper

S.No. Paper Code Name of Paper Credit No of open Seats Type of Paper Programme School For Which Semester
1 AEP Personality Development, Soft Skills and Communication 4 50 Theory AEP SISDSS SEM-IV
2 AEP Basics of Indian Constitution and Human Rights 4 50 Theory AEP SCLML SEM-IV

Bachelor Programmes Semester – 4

S.No. Paper Code Name of Paper Credit No of open Seats Type of Paper Programme School
1 G4AD13CP Community Policing  4 25 Theory BASM SISSP
2 G4BD15NTS Non-traditional Security Threats 4 10 Theory BDSS SISDSS
3 G4AD17PPL Python Programming Languag 5 5 Lecture, Practical BTech SITAICS
4 G4A16IHL International Humanitarian Law 4 10 Theory BAILS SICMSS
5 G4AD22SCIV Strength and Conditioning-IV 2 20 Practical BPES SPES
6 G4D04NAIV NCC – ARMY – IV 3 60 Theory & Practical ARMY NCC
7 G4D04NNIV NCC –NAVY – IV 3 34 Theory & Practical NAVY NCC

MASTER’s Programmes Ability & Skill Paper

S.No. Paper Code Name of Paper Credit No of open Seats Type of Paper Programme School For Which Semester
1 AEP Ability not offered in this Semester 0 0
2 SEP Fire Safety and Management 2 60 Theory; Practical SEP SPICSM Sem-IV

Common Timetable for old BATCH:

Graduation Programmes

Masters Programmes

Registration Window for Old BATCH

FOR OLD BATCH
Programme Level Semester Registration Tab Registration Open Date Registration Closing Date Status Tab
Graduation Programmes Semester-4 Click here 05-02-2024 06-02-2024 Click here
Graduation Programmes Semester-6 Click here 05-02-2024 06-02-2024 Click here
Master’s Programme Semester4 Click here 05-02-2024 06-02-2024 Click here

Intructions

  • Registration through only RRU official Email id
  • CBCS Subject Selection for old students will start on 05-02-2024 and will End on 06-02-2024
  • The timing of subject selection is between 9:00 am to 12:30 pm for all above mention days.
  • The Link of the status of the subject selection will be available after 6:30 pm till the next morning on the CBCS Page.
  • The classes of SEP, AEP and Open paper will start from 12-02-2024.
  • The students can go physically contact the AO/AACs & CBCS school representatives for any queries.
  • Contact (E-mail) details of AO/AACs & CBCS school representatives: click here
  • In case of any dispute regarding CBCS, the decision of the university shall be final and binding.
  • The Number of seats and papers are subject to vary as per availability.
List of Skill and Ability Enhancement Papers Options for Masters Degree Program
Skill Enhancement Pappers Offered under the CBCS (2 Credit) = 270 Seats
S. No. School Offeres Name of Paper No. of Seats Paper code Masters Semester
1 SICSSL English Language Proficiency: Spoken, Written and Comprehension Skills 50 seats GSC01ELP Sem II, IV,
2 SITAICS Ethics Value and Society 120 seats GSC02EVS Sem II, IV,
3 SITAICS Basics of Information Communication Technology 60 seats GSC03ICT Sem II, IV,
4 SCBS Mental Illness and Ancient Indian Practices 20 seats GSC04MAI Sem II, IV,
5 SCBS Mental Health, Family, and Culture 20 seats GSC05MFC Sem II, IV,
Ability Enhancement Pappers Offered under the CBCS (4 Credit) = 130 Seats
S. No. School Offeres Name of Paper No. of Seats Paper code Masters Semester
1 SNSL Constitutional Law and Human Rights 40 seats GAC01CHR Sem I , III
2 SISDSS Personality Development, Soft Skills and Communication 50 seats GAC02PDC Sem I , III
3 SISPA Disaster Management 40 seats GAC03DRR Sem I , III
4 SICMSS Innovations, Startups, and Intellectual Property Rights 50 seats GAC04IPR Sem I , III
Mandatry Papers Offered under the CBCS (8 Credit)
S. No. School Offeres Name of Paper No. of Seats Paper code Masters Semester
1 SPES Health & Fitness Management All Students M2M01HFM Sem II
2 SISDSS National Security & Security Architecture All Students M1M02NSA Sem I
List of Skill and Ability Enhancement Papers Options for Bachelor Degree Program 2023 – 24
Skill Enhancement Pappers Offered under the CBCS (2 Credit) = 270 Seats
S. No. School Offeres Name of Paper No. of Seats Paper code Graduation Semester
1 SICSSL English Language Proficiency: Spoken, Written and Comprehension Skills 50 Seats GSC01ELP Sem I, III, V, VII
2 SITAICS Ethics Value and Society 120 Seats GSC02EVS Sem I, III, V, VII
3 SITAICS Basics of Information Communication Technology 60 Seats GSC03ICT Sem I, III, V, VII
4 SISPA Road Safety Education 40 Seats GSC04RSE Sem I, III, V, VII
Ability Enhancement Pappers Offered under the CBCS (4 Credit) = 180
S. No. School Offeres Name of Paper No. of Seats Paper code Graduation Semester
1 SNSL Constitutional Law and Human Rights 40 Seats GAC01CHR Sem II, IV, VI, VIII
2 SISDSS Personality Development, Soft Skills and Communication 50 Seats GAC02PDC Sem II, IV, VI, VIII
3 SISPA Disaster Management 40 Seats GAC03DRR Sem II, IV, VI, VIII
4 SICMSS & SASTRA Innovations, Startups, and Intellectual Property Rights 50 Seats GAC04IPR Sem II, IV, VI, VIII
Mandatry Papers Offered under the CBCS (8 Credit)
S. No. School Offeres Name of Paper No. of Seats Paper code Graduation Semester
1 SPES Health & Fitness Management All Students G1M01HFM Sem. I
2 SISDSS National Security & Security Architecture All Students G2M02NSSA Sem. II

Registration Window for New BATCH

FOR NEW BATCH
Programme Level Semester Registration Tab Status Tab Registration Open Date Registration Closing Date
Graduation Programmes Semester-2 Click here Click here 05-02-2024 06-02-2024
Master’s Programme Semester-2 Click here Click here 05-02-2024 06-02-2024

Intructions

  • CBCS Subject Selection for old students will start on 05-02-2024 and will End on 06-02-2024
  • The timing of subject selection is between 9:00 am to 12:30 pm for all above mention days.
  • The Link of the status of the subject selection will be available after 6:30 pm till the next morning on the CBCS Page.
  • The classes of SEP, AEP and Open paper will start from 12-02-2024.
  • The students can go physically contact the AO/AACs & CBCS school representatives for any queries.
  • Contact (E-mail) details of AO/AACs & CBCS school representatives: click here
  • In case of any dispute regarding CBCS, the decision of the university shall be final and binding.
  • The Number of seats and papers are subject to vary as per availability.

CBCS REPRESENTATIVE AND ADMINISTRATION TEAM

School of Internal Security and SMART Policing (SISSP)

Mr. Sagar Ghodasara

Teaching Cum Research Associate

Mr. Mahesh Khushlani

Administrative Officer

School of Internal Security, Defense, and Strategic Studies (SISDSS)

Ms. Nasima Khatoon

Assistant Professor (Research)

Mr. Bhargav Patel

Administrative Officer

School of Information Technology, Artificial Intelligence and Cyber Security (SITAICS)

Mr. Vivek Joshi

Assistant Professor

Ms. Khushali Patel

Administrative Assistant Cum Coordinator

School of Criminal Law and Military Law (SCLML)

Mr. Apoorva Mathur

Assistant Professor

Mr. Gaurav Shah

Administrative Officer

School of Behavioural Sciences and Forensic Investigations (SBSFI)

Ms. Anshu Singh

Teaching cum Research Associate (Forensic Accounting & Financial Investigation)

Mr. Chirag Patel

Administrative Assistant cum Coordinator

School of Integrated Coastal and Maritime Security Studies (SICMSS)

Mrs. Manjari Chandra

Assistant Director

Ms. Antima Singh

Administrative Officer

School of International Cooperation, Security and Strategic Languages (SICSSL)

Ms. Amruta Karambelkar

Assistant Professor

Ms. Nikita Panchal

Administrative Assistant cum Coordinator

School of Physical Education and Sports (SPES)

Ms. Phurailatpam Laxmikumari Devi

Assistant Professor

Mr.Dipak Kumar Purohit

Administrative Officer

School of Private, Industrial and Corporate Security Management (SPICSM)

Dr. Isha Arora

Project Assistant – SPICSM

Mr. Winim Modi

Marketing & Placement Coordinator


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