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Vision

To be the leading School of excellence at global level in the field of Internal Security, Defence and Strategic Studies.

Mission

To impart high quality education and training in the fields of Internal Security, Defence and Strategic Studies and undertake meaningful research and extension activities.

PROGRAMS, OBJECTIVES, CONDUCT & AUDIENCE
Academic Programs
  • Bachelor of Arts in Defence and Strategic Studies (Regular Course) – Four years (3 plus 1-year model under NEP 2020.
  • Master of Arts in Defence and Strategic Studies (Regular Course) – Two years.
  • Ph D (Defence and Strategic Studies) – Duration (3-6 years). Eligibility: 10 years’ service in the Defence Services, Master’s Degree in any discipline and Research Proposal.
Certificate Programs
  • Defence Acquisition.
  • Counter Insurgency and Counter Terrorism.
  • UN Peacekeeping Operations.
  • Pakistan Military.
  • Irregular, Revolutionary and Unconventional Warfare.
  • Hybrid Warfare.
  • Strategic Intelligence.
  • Information Warfare.
  • People’s Liberation Army.
  • Indian Strategic Thought.
Training and Capacity Building Programs
  • Drone flying training (DGCA Certified)
  • Imagery Interpretation Training (IMINT)
Objectives
  • For promoting national security with a view to shape young minds and enhance intake into the Security Forces.
  • Increase participation of girl students.
  • Help the participants develop skills to enhance employability, aid professional-career development, career transition and post-graduate studies and research.
  • Provide opportunities to serving personnel of Armed Forces through Distance Learning and capacity building programs.
Conduct
  • The programs are conducted by a core Faculty comprising four to five professionals in respective domains.
  • Extensive utilisation of guest speakers, workshops, seminars and online tools.
  • Give hands-on experience to students through field trips to border areas and Service establishments.
  • Facility for distance education with minimum essential contact programs, particularly for in-service members. Capacity building programs included.
  • Opportunities provided for students to take part in immersion programs to get first-hand knowledge of operating environment and perspectives of the Security Forces.
Target Audience
  • Students seeking careers in Security Forces, including Defence Services, Para Military Forces and intelligence agencies.
  • Students seeking career in think-tanks and research institutions.
  • Extension course for National Cadet Corps.
  • Professionals in defence industries & Research and Development (R & D) agencies.
  • Journalists seeking specialisation in national security and defence.
  • In-service officers, JCOs and Other ranks in the Armed Forces and the Para Military Forces to develop expertise by gaining recognition and building upon their professional military courses.
  • Indian Foreign Service, Indian Administrative and Allied Services involved in National Security assignments.
  • Procurement executives/ officials in the MoD, MHA, Indian Defence Accounts Services, DRDO, DPSU, OFB and defence manufacturing industry.
  • Veterans and potential veterans from the Armed Forces and the Para Military Forces seeking career transition into defence manufacturing industry, academia, think-tanks, etc.
About School of Internal Security, Defence and Strategic Studies

The School of Internal Security, Defence and Strategic Studies (SISDSS) carries out academic research and training programs in the field of defence, strategy, and security studies. SISDSS provides an opportunity to study war from a multi-disciplinary perspective, from statecraft to strategy, deterrence and warfighting, strategic leadership and communication, military technology and capability development, military history, and media management.

SISDSS conducts Bachelor of Arts Degree program and Master of Arts Degree Program in Defence and Strategic Studies, and a practioners’ Ph D program. SISDSS helps participants to develop skills that enhance their employability, aid professional-career development and helps prepare them for postgraduate studies and research. SISDSS actively engages in applied research in the domain of defence and strategic studies, and is fully aligned with requirements of policy makers and military organisations.

In its pursuit for excellence, SISDSS has established close relationships with military training institutions, academic institutions, Defence industry, industry, Research and Development Organisations, think-tanks, and policy makers in India and abroad. In collaboration with military training institutions, SISDSS has successfully formulated specific Certificate, Diploma and Degree programs, to quantify professional military education of service personnel.

SISDSS promotes gender balance in security professions. Several initiatives are also underway to promote international cooperation in collaboration with the United Nations.

UPCOMING EVENTS
  1. Five Days Online Certificate Course.
    • Certificate Course on Hybrid Warfare scheduled in Mar 24.
  2. Outreach Program. Next two batches of strength 150 each for imparting Agniveer Recruitment Training to Scheduled Tribe youth of Gujarat are planned as follows: –
    • 29 May 24 to 09 Aug 24.
    • 19 Aug 24 to 01 Nov 24.
ONGOING EVENTS
  1. Outreach Program. Online B Tech (MilTech) program for a batch of 394 serving soldiers of Corps of EME running since 16 Dec 22.
  2. Raksha Shakti School. The laying of the foundation stone for Raksha Shakti School was carried out by Shri Bhupendra Bhai Patel, Hon’ble Chief Minister of Gujarat on 15 Jan 24. Meanwhile, approx. 135 students of the first batch of Class VI students have registered and physically reported to the School at its Pethapur campus.
PAST EVENTS
  1. Till date, six batches of officers from Ministry of Defence (Acquisition Wing) have completed two-week Defence Acquisition Certificate Course at the University:–
    • 1.1. Batch 1. 22 Aug – 02 Sep 23, Strength 20.

      1.2. Batch 2. 09 Jan – 20 Jan 23, Strength 10.

      1.3. Batch 3. 17 Apr- 29 Apr 23, Strength 12.

      1.4. Batch 4. 08 May- 19 May 23, Strength 10.

      1.5. Batch 5. 05 Jun – 16 Jun 23 Strength 13.

      1.6. Batch 6. 05 Feb – 16 Feb 24, Strength 10.

  2. Training under Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation (iTEC) Programme.A batch of approx 25 officers from Republic of Togo (Togolese Republic) will undergo a two-week offline course at RRU campus from 19 Feb – 01 Mar 24.
  3. RPTC has conducted following five plus three-day DGCA approved drone pilot Certificate Course at the University, commencing Nov 2022 till date :-
    • 2.1. Batch 1. 15 Nov – 23 Nov 22, Strength 10 (SISDSS Faculty & Students)

      2.2. Batch 2. 19 Dec – 26 Dec 22, Strength 12 (Indian Army)

      2.3. Batch 3. 13 Mar – 21 Mar 23, Strength 10 (Indian Army)

      2.4. Batch 4. 22 Mar – 30 Mar 23, Strength 18 (ICAR)

      2.5. Batch 5. 10 Apr – 18 Apr 23, Strength 15 (02 IAF officers, 09 Chhattisgarh Police & 4 ICAR)

      2.6. Batch 6. 26 Jun – 04 Jul 23, Strength 05 (2 Students, 3 Telegence)

      2.7. Batch 7. 31 Jul – 08 Aug 23 – Strength 03 (02 Indian Army, 01 Civilian)

      2.8. Batch 8. 29 Jan 24- 02 Feb 24 – Strength 02 (01 BSF, 01 student)

  4. Certificate Course. A five-day Certificate Course on UN Peacekeeping and Policing was conducted from 29 Jan to 02 Feb 24. Participants 102.
  5. Symposium on Pakistan Studies was conducted on 15 Feb 24.
  6. Outreach Program. Training conducted at Pethapur from 20 Nov 23 to 02 Feb 24 for 150 youth from Scheduled Tribes of Gujarat for enrolment as Agniveers in Indian Army. The training batch visited by several State level dignitaries, including Dr. Kuberbhai Dindor, Hon’ble Cabinet Minister, Dept of Tribal Welfare, Govt of Gujarat.
  7. A 5-day online Certificate program on Hybrid Warfare was conducted from 22 May–26 May 23. Approx 253 participants too part.
  8. A 5-day online Certificate Program on Information Warfare was conducted from 19 Dec – 23 Dec 22.
  9. A 5-day online Certificate program on Strategic Intelligence was conducted from 10 Oct – 14 Oct 22. Approx 58 participants too part.
  10. A guest lecture was delivered by Gen MM Naravane PVSM, AVSM, SM, VSM, (Retd) for SISDSS students on 14 Sep 22.
  11. MoU signed between Rashtriya Raksha University and M/S DroneAcharya Aerial Innovations on 05 Jul 22 for setting up a Remote Pilot Training Centre (RPTC) at the University campus. Till May 2023, seven batches have completed the training at the RPTC, including two batches from Indian Army, one batch from Chhattisgarh Police and one batch from Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR).
  12. Advanced Certificate Programme on Policing in UN Peacekeeping Operations “Women as Police Peacekeepers” was conducted from 27 Sep -14 Oct 21.
  13. An expert lecture was delivered by Dr. Arun Vishwanathan on “Intelligence and National Security : The Indian Case” on 19 May 21.
  14. A two-day Webinar on Naval O15. An expert lecture was delivered by Lt Gen KJ Singh (Retd), Former Army Cdr Western Command on “PLA’s capabilities and Pakistan-China Nexus”perations was conducted at SISDSS on 29 May- 30 May 22.
  15. An expert lecture was delivered by Mr Arvind Gupta, Former Deputy NSA of India on “How India Manages It’s National Security” on 24 Jun 21.
  16. An expert lecture was delivered by Dr Manpreet Sethi on “Nuclear Challenges to India’s National Security and Nuclear Doctrine” on 23 Jun 21.
  17. An expert lecture was delivered by Dr Bhartendu Kumar Singh on “Defence Acquisition in India : Issues and Challenges” on 01 Jul 21.
  18. An expert lecture was delivered by Group Captain Ashok K Chordia, IAF Veteran on “Operation Cactus : Indian Air Force In Action” on 14 Jul 21.
  19. An expert lecture was delivered by Prof Varun Dutt, Associate Prof, IIT Mandi on “Artificial Intelligence and India’s National Security”.
  20. Monthly Webinar Battle Studies 1971 War “Indian Air Force Operations of The 1971 War – Guardians of the Sky” conducted on 30 Jul 21.
  21. A webinar was organised by Centre of UN Police and Peacekeeping Studies on “Technology Proliferation and Peacekeeping in Digital Age” on 13 Aug 21.
  22. An expert lecture was delivered by Dr Chengappa on “Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief : The Indian Experience”.
  23. Monthly Webinar Battle Studies on 1971 War “The Battle of Longewala – Outnumbered India Outmanoeuvres Enemy” on 30 Jun 21.
  24. A five-day online Certificate Programme on Policing and Peacekeeping Operations was conducted from 02 Aug – 08 Aug 21.
  25. An expert lecture was delivered by Lt Gen Subrata Saha (Retd), Member NSAB, India on “Punjab Terrorism : Topography, Early History to Operation Black Thunder II”
  26. MOU signed Between RRU and EME School Vadodara on 11 Jan 21.
  27. Monthly Webinar on Battle Studies on 1971 War “The Battle of Hilli – The Springboard to liberation of Bangladesh” on 20 Jan 21.
  28. An expert lecture was delivered by Lt Gen Subrata Saha (Retd) Member NSAB India on “North-East India – Insurgency and Counter Insurgency”
  29. Monthly Webinar on Battle Studies of 1971 War – “The Battle of Naya Chor – Indian troops charge deep into Pakistan” on 17 Feb 21.
  30. A 5-day online Certificate Program on Information Warfare was conducted from 19 Dec to 23 Dec 22. Participants – 37.
  31. Advanced Certificate Program was conducted on “Policing in UN PKO – Women as Police Peacekeepers” from 27 Sep to 14 Oct 21.
  32. An expert lecture was delivered by Dr. Arun Vishwanathan on “Intelligence and National Security : The Indian Case” On 19 May 21.
  33. A two-day Webinar was conducted on Naval Operations on 29 – 30 May 21.
  34. An expert lecture was delivered by Mr Arvind Gupta, Former Deputy NSA of India on “How India Manages It’s National Secuirty” On 24 Jun 21.
  35. An expert lecture was delivered by Dr Manpreet Sethi on “Nuclear Challenges to India’s National Security and Nuclear Doctrine” On 23 Jun 21.
  36. An expert lecture was delivered by Dr Bhartendu Kumar Singh on “Defence Acquisition in India : Issues and Challenges” on 01 Jul 21.
  37. An expert lecture was delivered by Gp Capt Ashok K Chordia, IAF Veteran on “Operation Cactus : Indian Air Force In Action” on 14th July, 2021
  38. An expert lecture was delivered by Lt Gen KJ Singh (Retd), Former Army Cdr Western Command On “PLA’s capabilities and Pakistan-China Nexus”.
  39. An expert lecture was delivered by Prof Varun Dutt, Associate Prof IIT Mandi on “Artificial Intelligence and India’s National Security”.
  40. Monthly Webinar Battle Studies 1971 War “Indian Air Force Operations of the 1971 War : Guardians of the Sky” was conducted on 30 Jul 21.
  41. One Day Webinar was organised on “Technology Proliferation and Peacekeeping in Digital Age” on 13 Aug 21.
  42. Certificate Programme on UN Police and Peacekeeping Operations was conducted on 02 Aug – 08 Aug 21.
  43. An expert lecture was delivered by Lt Gen Subrata Saha (Retd), Member NSAB on “Punjab Terrorism: Topography, Early History to Operation Black Thunder II”.
  44. MoU signed between SISDSS and EME School Vadodara on 11 Jan 21.
  45. Monthly Webinar on Battle Studies on 1971 War “The Battle of Hilli – The Springboard to liberation of Bangladesh” on 20 Jan 21.
  46. An expert lecture was conducted by Lt Gen Subrata Saha (Retd) Member NSAB India on “North-East India – Insurgency and Counter Insurgency in North-East India”.
  47. Monthly Webinar was conducted on Battle Studies of 1971 War – “The Battle of Naya Chor – Indian Troops Charge Deep Into Pakistan” on 17 Feb 21.
  48. An expert lecture was delivered by Lt Col Rohit Agarwal (Retd) on “Why Study Military History?” on 21 Apr 21.
COURSE SYLLABUS
Course Name – Bachelor of Arts in Defence and Strategic Studies (BADSS)
  1. Batch 2021-25

  2. Batch 2022-26

  3. Batch 2023-27

Course Name – Master of Arts in Defence and Strategic Studies (MADSS)
  1. Batch 2021-23

  2. Batch 2022-24

  3. Batch 2023-25

BADSS 2020 – 23

AJAY AK

BHATIYA DEV LALITKUMAR

CHANDE PRIYANKABEN DHANJIBHAI

CHUDASAMA PAVAN KAMLESH

ESHA SHARMA

JADEJA NISHABA RAJENDRASINH

KINLEY WANGCHUK

MAHESHWARI CHINTAN DINESH

MALI VARUN SANJAYBHAI

MANE KAREENA PRADEEPRAO

MODHVADIYA SAGAR LAKHMAN

NAKUM VIVEK LALJI

PALAS PRIYANKABEN RAJESHBHAI

PILLAI ROHIT PRASAD

RABARI VISHALBHAI JAGMALBHAI

SHEKHAWAT KUNAL MAINPAL

SISODIYA HARDEVSINH VIKRAMSINH

THUMAR YATHARTH VRAJESHBHAI

CHANDRA MAULI TIWARI

VASAVA JAINESHBHAI VISHNUBHAI

VISHAL KUMAR MEENA

BADSS 2021 – 25

AKANKSHYA DAS

CHAUHAN JIYABEN MEHULKUMAR

CHIRAG RATHORE

GOTHGASTE POOJA SHANKARBHAI

HARSH JHA

JOSHI URVI MUKESHBHAI

MATTA PRATHYUSHA

VANIYA PARTH BABUBHAI

PATEL DRASHTI BHARAT

PATEL VANSH ALPESHKUMAR

PRIYANSHU ROUTH

RAJAT CHAUDHARY

TANISH DUBEY

VIDHISHA BHARDWAJ

VINAY NAGAR

ZALA ADITYASINH JAYENDRASINH

MAKWANA ARYAN MUKESHBHAI

BADSS 2022 – 26

AABHA CHAUHAN

TONMOY PAUL

SHASWATIKA DEBATA

MANISHITA CHAVAN

SHREYOJYOTI MUSAHARY

ANN MARIA BENSON

RADHESHYAM KANGSA BANIK

GAURI SETH

YUDITA GUPTA

RUSHIRAJ ROHITBHAI JEBALIYA

MAHEKKUMAR JAGDISHBHAI DHANGAR

VRANDA SAXENA

NAMRATA SATYAJIT CHAUHAN

MEGHNA JOSHI

SHREERANG VIJAY MAHAJAN

SAMIKCHA BISWA

ANJALI HARISHKUMAR SHAH

VIKKIBHAI RAHULBHAI CHAVDA

DEBANIK KAR

SRISHTI SINGHAL

AADITYA SPARSH

PATEL KRISIL AMRATBHAI

ARYAN ASHOK KUMAR BISCUITWALA

SAVANI DINESH UPADHYAY

SUDESHNA DASH

KRISHNA KUMAR

DONA KAVAR

SHREEYA ANAND

PRIYANKA BHARTI

ANIRUDDH MURALEEDHARAN NAIR

HARDIKBHAI PRAKASHBHAI CHAVDA

PRANAY RAJ SINGH RATHORE

AMAN DEVIDAS VAISHNAV

ROHIT SHRIRAM YADAV

HARSH YOGESH SHAH

ANUJ AGNIHOTRY

FARDINBHAI MOHAMMADASLAMBHAI UMATIYA

SALMANKHAN AIYUBKHAN PATHAN

SHASHANK SHEKHAR

PROSUN ROY

MADSS 2021 – 23

OJASVINEE SHARMA

TANUJ PANDEY

PAREKH ZALAK PARESHBHAI

MADSS 2022 – 24

TANISHA ACHARYA

RAHUL MONDAL

AISHIKA ROY

NITISH NIRMAL CHAVAN

HARSH BEHERE

HEMSHIKHA MISHRA

KIRAN SANTHOSH

ABHINAB MAZUMDAR

ANJALI

SIDHARTH BHARDWAJ

YASHSINGH GOPALSINGH THAKUR

NANDINI JOSHI

PUNIT SHYAM GORE

ACHIEVEMENT
LIST OF PROGRAMMES
  • Bachelor in Defence and Strategic Studies
  • Masters in Defence and Strategic Studies
  • Doctorate Defence Studies
  • Certificate Courses
TRAINING AND EXTENSION PROGRAMMES
    Certificate & Training Programmes
  • Certificate Programme on Military History and Media
  • Certificate Programme on Political Warfare
  • Certificate Programme on Hybrid Warfare
  • Certificate Programme on Military History and Media Courses
  • Training Programme for Personality Development
  • Training Programme for Service Selection Board Coaching Programme
  • Training Programme in Disruptive Military Technology
  • Training Programme in Algorithmic Warfare
  • Training Programme for Political Warfare
  • Training Programme on Defence Acquisition Practises in India and Foreign Countries
  • Training Programme on Special Operations
  • Training Programme on Peace Keeping
OUR PARTNERS
MOUs
  1. INDIAN AIR FORCE
  2. INDIAN ARMY
  3. ARTRAC
  4. EME SCHOOL, VADODRA
  5. CAPS, NEW DELHI
  6. DRONEACHARYA
INSTITUTIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
  1. USI, NEW DELHI
  2. CENJOWS, NEW DELHI
  3. CLAWS, NEW DELHI

SISDSS CENTRES

The Center employs a multi-disciplinary approach to understand India’s strategic culture and national security issues with a focus on the armed forces. Specific emphasis is laid on contemporary dimensions of warfare, defence co-operation, jointness, coastal and maritime security, and related issues. The research interests of the Centre focus on China, Pakistan, Indo-pacific and South Asia..

The centre closely interacts with armed forces and strategic scholars in India and abroad, and contributes to policy making by contributing to research in areas of importance for the armed forces.

SISDSS’ Personality Development Course aims to enhance the students’ confidence and morale and prepares them to face the challenges in job market. We focus on ethics and aesthetics and holistic personality development using the most modern learning pedagogy.

The Personality Development Centre (PDC) is a central facility for skill and personality development training for all students of our university.

Objectives of CPD:

  1. To offer training and guidance to all students of various schools
  2. To empower the students by training them in soft skills with the aim to enhance their employability in various careers
  3. To inculcate relevant skill sets like Communication, Goal setting Creativity, Time management, Stress Management, Grooming and Teamwork
  4. To organise open house brainstorming and personality development workshops, competitions, debates, improv sessions for students.

Rashtriya Raksha University (RRU) is an Institute of National Importance, and has become the one-point preferred destination for training, education, research and extension activities related to National Security. The University has set up off-campuses in 2022 at Pasighat, Arunachal Pradesh and at Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, Puducherry, Karnataka,. In the current year, RRU is rapidly progressing the case for setting up additional campuses in Haryana and Odisha.

Our Defence Services are designed and trained to deal with external threats to the Nation. The CAPF (Central Armed Police Forces) on the other hand, have a vital role in internal security, as also to support the Defence Services along various sectors of our international borders. These Forces include BSF, ITBP, CRPF, CISF, Assam Rifles – to name a few. Law and order, being a State subject, is managed by State police forces. In addition, we have other important uniformed services such as Disaster Management Authorities, Home Guards, Fire Fighting Services, etc.

The Defence Services have a well-established, dedicated and evolved feeder stream by way of Sainik Schools and Military Schools to provide youth for induction into their premier training academies and Training Centres, even though these are too few and far in between. Moreover, the CAPF and State Police forces do not have any such support system at all. Thus, there is a requirement of providing all our Forces in uniform a better intake stream of young men and women. The Government of India initiative to set up 100 Sainik Schools is a step in the right direction, and Rashtriya Raksha University is keen to pitch in this regard by setting up Raksha Shakti Vidyalay – modelled on similar lines as Sainik Schools.

The idea of introducing Raksha Shakti Schools traces its roots to an initiative by Govt of Gujarat, Department of Education vide Govt Resolution No_SSB / 1217/ 567-(PF 1)-G -1 dated 11 Oct 22, to set up ten co-educational residential Schools (Classes 6 th to 12 th ) in Gujarat on public-private partnership model, wherein the capital cost (including land, building and allied infrastructure) will be met by the private partner and the revenue cost (teacher/ staff salaries, student uniforms, books, meals etc. ) will be met by the State Government by grant of fixed amount per student per academic year. RRU has been requested by the Govt of Gujarat to be knowledge partner for this project.

This concept of Raksha Shakti Schools needs to be adopted on a wider basis across the nation under the guidance and leadership of RRU which is a national University.

Academic Programmes

The School of InternalaSecurity, Defence and Strategic Studies (SISDSS) currently offers following programs:

  • Bachelor of Arts in Defence and Strategic Studies (Regular Course) – Four years.
  • Master of Arts in Defence and Strategic Studies (Regular Course) – Two years.
  • PhD (Defence and Strategic Studies) – Duration (3-6 years).
    • Eligibility: 10 year service in the defence forces + Masters Degree in any discipline + Research Proposal

Progressively, the school will conduct following certificates programs:

  • Certificate Course in Defence Acquisition.
  • Certificate Course in Counter Insurgency and Counter Terrorism.
  • Certificate Course in UN Peacekeeping Operations.
  • Certificate Course in Pakistan Military.
  • Certificate Course in Irregular, Revolutionary and Unconventional Warfare.
  • Certificate Course in Hybrid Warfare.
  • Certificate Course in Strategic Intelligence.
  • Certificate Course in Information Warfare.
  • Certificate Course in People’s Liberation Army.
  • Certificate Course in India’s Strategic Culture.

SISDSS also undertakes extension programs for promoting national security with a view to shape young minds and enhance intake into the security forces. Emphasis on participation of girl students is imperative.

The programs will be conducted by a lean core faculty comprising four to five members drawn from professionals in the domain. Extensive utilisation of guest speakers, workshop, seminars and online tools will be made. Facility for distance education with minimum essential contact programs particularly for in-service members is being worked out.

Opportunities will be provided for the students to take part in immersion programs to get first-hand knowledge of operating environment and perspectives of the security forces. The programs will help the participants to develop skills that will enhance employability, aid professional-career development, career transition and postgraduate studies and research.

The programs are designed to benefit:

  • Students seeking careers in security forces including defence and military forces, intelligence services.
  • Students seeking career in think-tanks and research institutions.
  • Extension course for National Cadet Corps.
  • Professionals in defence industries and research and development agencies.
  • Journalists seeking specialisation in national security and defence.
  • In service officers, JCOs and Other ranks in the armed forces and the paramilitary forces to develop expertise by gaining recognition and building upon their professional military courses.
  • Indian Foreign Service, Indian Administrative and Allied Services involved in National Security assignments.
  • Procurement executives/officials in the MoD, MHA, Indian Defence Accounts Services, DRDO, DPSU, OFB and industry.
  • Veterans and potential veterans from the armed forces and the paramilitary forces seeking career transition into defence industry, academia, think-tanks.
Value added & Certification Programmes
  • Certificate course on UN Peacekeeping Force
  • Certificate course on Pakistan’s Military
  • Certificate course on Irregular, Revolutionary and Unconventional Warfare
  • Certificate course on Hybrid Warfare
  • Certificate course on Strategic Intelligence
  • Certificate course on Information Warfare
  • Certificate course on People’s Liberation Army
  • Certificate course on India’s Strategic Culture
  • Certificate course on Defense Acquisition (Only for MoD)
Contact us

Maj Gen ND Prasad(Retd.), AVSM, VSM

Director of School of Internal Security, Defence and Strategic Studies (SISDSS)

Rashtriya Raksha University,

Lavad, Dahegam, Gandhinagar – 382305

Email – director.sisdss@rru.ac.in

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Dr. Man Norbu

Assistant Director and Assistant Professor, School of Internal Security, Defence and Strategic Studies (SISDSS)

Rashtriya Raksha University,

Lavad, Dahegam, Gandhinagar – 382305

Email – man.norbu@rruac.in

Maj Gen ND Prasad(Retd.)
AVSM, VSM

Director, School of Internal Security, Defence & Strategic Studies

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Admission Process

    Eligibility Criteria

  • Bachelor of Arts in Defence and Strategic Studies (Regular Course) – 10+2 with 50% in any stream.
  • Master of Arts in Defence and Strategic Studies (Regular Course) – Undergraduate Degree with 50% in any stream
  • Selection

    Bachelor of Arts in Defence and Strategic Studies

    Candidates will be selected through the merit list based on marks obtained in Higher Secondary and candidates will have to appear for personal Interviews.

  • Master of Arts in Defence and Strategic Studies
  • Candidates will be selected through the merit list based on marks obtained in Graduation and candidates will have to appear for personal Interviews.

    Uniforms

    Students will have to purchase their own uniforms.

    How to Apply

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