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Why study Foreign Affairs and Political Economy?

Foreign Affairs involves matters having to do with international relations and with the interests of the home country, i.e. India, in foreign countries. As India’s stature grows in the international community, its foreign affairs will become increasingly important and will have significant implications for every sphere of national policy. Political economy studies the relationship that forms between a nation’s population and its government when public policy is enacted. It is, therefore, the result of the interaction between politics and economy. India’s economy is growing at a consistent pace and the world is eyeing its market potential. Hence studying the interplay between the political system and economy will be crucial in the times ahead.

Why Study Languages?

Studying a language that has strategic importance from an Indian National Security perspective will add another key dimension to an Individual’s skills. This will lead to enhanced employment opportunities. It will bridge the gap between cultures and enable a better understanding of other indigenous perspectives. As technology and globalisation accentuates a world where movement of people and services is becoming increasingly borderless, learning a language will facilitate effective communication

Unique Features
  • Only Security Institution in the country offering Domain knowledge combined with Language proficiency (in an Area of Interest) in International Relations, Foreign Affairs, Political Economy and National Security.
  • Customized short duration programs for Security and Business professionals.
  • Regular Internships with Government and Non-Government Institutions for on-field analysis complimenting classroom learning.
  • Reputed experts with significant practical experience as Emeritus Resource Faculty.
  • Emphasis on Languages of key geographies from an Indian National Security Perspective.
  • Deep insights into the Culture, Literature, Society and History of these key geographies
  • Taught by native speakers and supported by Indian faculty
Testimonials/quotes by students

“In the complex world of relation between nation states who strive for national interest, it is the need for IR specialists who understands the dynamics and can carry forward the relation while reaping out the most from it. The International Relations course at RRU offers a complete set specially designed to create experts of International Relations, National Security, International Political Economy and Strategic Languages. RRU provides experience and opportunities unlike any other institute with great faculties, experts and professionals from the domain. The School of International Cooperation, Security and Strategic Languages has some of the best facilities dedicated to the student’s development and acts truly as a friend, philosopher and guide.” – Anurup Kaushik (M.A. International Relations and Security Studies 2021-2023 batch)

“The MA in IR&SS programme at SICSSL, RRU has simply been exhilarating. It has primarily encompassed understanding the fundamentals & evolution of international relations and its inter-linkages with India’s national security challenges, drawing correlations from traditional theories to the contemporary developments in the global order and deciphering the perspectives of prominent authors, beyond the written text. Guided by mature in-house faculty and frequent interactions with experts in their respective domains, we have been continuously engaged & held deliberations in multiple facets of state behaviour, national security, international relations, major world powers, and international & Indian political economy. The opportunity to learn a new language has also been immensely helpful on this exciting path of this prestigious course.” – Amrita Saha (M.A. International Relations and Security Studies 2021-2023 batch)

“Developments in today’s interconnected world and the interactions of major powers, international organizations, and other governmental and non-governmental actors at the international level create threats and opportunities that need to be understood. On the other hand, in order to prevent threats, especially security threats, we must have an understanding of security and its components in its modern meaning. Therefore, the School’s MA in IR & SS program, as a collection, helps us to study and observe all the mentioned themes.” – Kamaluddin Sahem (M.A. International Relations and Security Studies 2021-2023 batch)

“For any area study, studying language is very important. Learning Mandarin as a part of the course itself is proving to be very beneficial for me in studying China. This course offers the ideal blend of international relations, security studies, political economy, and area studies, as well as language specialisation. This combination, together with the well- crafted course, makes this institution stand out. Professors and Emeritus Resource Faculty do more than simply teach us concepts; they also prepare us to build opinions only after critical analysis, which is the most crucial aspect of any program in my viewpoint.” – Kritika Rajput (M.A. International Relations and Security Studies 2021-2023 batch)

Opportunity for Advancement
The below mentioned are job opportunities for the MA IR&SS students :
  1. Research Analyst – China Studies(PLA) at The Takshashila Institution
  3. Research Analyst at Strategic Foresight Group
  5. Research Associate at Center for Air Power Studies
  • Strengthen proficiency in key strategic Indian and Foreign languages for Interpretation and Translation services.

  • Develop subject matter experts with language specialisation who can join Academic institutions and train the next generation of strategic experts.

  • Enhance awareness on matters of Foreign Policy, Political Economy and Internal Security.

  • Facilitate students’ in preparing for competitive exams to join Government services at the State and Central level.

  • Adopt an India focused syllabus for the Master of Arts and Doctorate programs.

  • Key focus on the external dimensions of Foreign Affairs and Political Economy and its implications for India’s Internal Security.

  • Impart a good balance of practical skills required on the ground and a strong foundation in theory required for recognizing trends in the long term.

  • Create a strong cadre of Security and Non-Security Interpreters and Translators in key strategic languages.
About School of International Cooperation, Security and Strategic Languages (SICSSL)
  • Offers Masters programs in International Relations, Foreign Affairs, Political Economy and National Security

  • Offers Graduate and Masters Programs in Select Foreign Languages.

  • Unique syllabus with specific focus on the external dimensions to India’s internal security in the context of its foreign policy in key strategic geographies.

  • Pedagogy will involve rigorous training in subject matter and strengthening proficiency in select foreign languages.

  • Facilitate subject matter expertise along with language specialisation of key geographies impacting India’s National Security.


Programs Offered for Academic Year 2021-22
  • Dr. L. Venkateswaran, Talk on “India’s National Security Management: its Evolution and Key Features”, Woodrow Wilson Centre for International Scholars, Washington DC, May 25, 2022.
  • Raj Kumar, Talk on “The Concept of Cultural Nationalism in India by Swami Dayanand Saraswati (स्वामी दयानन्द सरस्वती द्वारा भारत में सांस्कृतिक राष्ट्रवाद की संकल्पना)” in an International Seminar on Revisiting the ideas of India from Swaraj to New India, Department of Political Science, University of Delhi, 20th May 2022. New Delhi.

  • Dr. L. Venkateswaran, Talk on “Understanding India’s National Security: Institutions, Processes and Perspectives”, Faculty Development Programme, UGC-HRD Centre, Goa University, March 9th, 2022.

  • Dr. L. Venkateswaran, Talk on “China’s Strategic Intentions: Inferences for India”, Faculty Development Programme, UGC-HRD Centre, Goa University, March 14th, 2022.

  • Dr. L. Venkateswaran, Talk on “Indo-US Counter Terrorism Cooperation”, Maharana Pratap Annual Security Dialogue2022, Usanas Foundation, January 12th, 2022.

  • Dr. L. Venkateswaran, Talk on “India’s National Security Management”, Faculty Development Programme for Academics, Researchers and Professionals in Law, National and Internal Security, at Rashtriya Raksha University, November 27th, 2021.

  • Dr. Raj Kumar, Talk on “Positive Projection of Self and Organisation”, Nayara Energy Security Officers Training Programme, School of Internal Security and Police Administration at Rashtriya Raksha University, 19th October, 2021

  • Dr. L. Venkateswaran, Talk on “”Styles of Writing: Academia, Media and Policy Notings””, One Week Online Faculty Development Programme on Research Methodology and Research Writing for Professors, Associate Professors, Assistant Professors, Research Scholars, and Students of Different Colleges and Universities, at Rashtriya Raksha University, September 16th, 2021

  • Dr. L. Venkateswaran, Talk on “Hindsight Front: Implications of Afghanistan Withdrawal for South Asia”, Asia Programme, Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars, Washington DC, August 26th, 2021.

  • Lecture by Chiehyu Wang “Chinese Teaching in India and Culture Exchange”, Building up the Academic Chain between India and Taiwan, Organized by Taiwan Education Center in India & The Office of Taiwan Indian Studies Association, July 20th, 2021.

  • Dr. L. Venkateswaran, Talk on “Lengthening Shadow of China on India’s Neighbours: Implications for India”, Society for Transformative Research, Integration and Veteran Empowerment (STRIVE), Lucknow, June 23rd, 2021.

  • Dr. Raj Kumar Sharma, Talk on “India-Russia Relationship in a New Era”, Webinar Organized by United Service Institution of India, New Delhi, Rashtriya Raksha University, June 2nd, 2021.

  • Dr. L. Venkateswaran, Talk on “Effective Communication: Practical Tips to Deal with Competitive Environment”, School of Information Technology, Artificial Intelligence, Cyber Security, Rashtriya Raksha University, May 22nd, 2021.

  • Dr. Raj Kumar Sharma, Talk on “Rohingya Refugee Crisis and its Implications for India”, Webinar Jointly Organized by Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College, University of Delhi and A-Cube IAS, Rashtriya Raksha University, April 17th, 2021.

  • Ms. Wang Chiehyu, Talk on “Living in India” for Department of Medicinal and Applied Chemistry of Kaohsiung Medical University, Taiwan, 3rd March 2021.

  • Dr. L. Venkateswaran, Talk on “The ‘Right’ in Writing”, Research Methods Workshop for Central Reserve Police Force Officers, Rashtriya Raksha University, February 25th, 2021

  • Dr. Akhilesh Kumar Upadhyay, Talk on ” Health, Hygiene, and Yoga” Combined Annual Training Camp organised by the National Cadet CorpsUnits 1 Gujarat Girls Battalion and Gujarat 1 Arty Bty at Rashtriya Raksha University on 15th February 2021.

  • Dr. L. Venkateswaran, Talk on “Career as a Security Analyst”, School of Military Affairs, Strategy and Logistics, Rashtriya Raksha University, December 11th, 2020.


  1. Dr. Dattesh Parulekar, Appraising Cutting-Edge Frontiers in India’s Global Strategic Calculus: Prioritising Food Security and Health Securitisation, 24th June 2022.
  2. Dr. Dattesh Parulekar, Reconfiguring Non-Traditional Security in Indian Foreign Policy: Energy Independence and Water Security at the Vanguard of Strategic Development, 23rd June 2022.
  3. Amb Pankaj Saran, Russia’s war in Ukraine: Key takeaways for India, 22nd June 2022.
  4. Jaideep Saikia, Security Situation in the North East and the Strategic Encirclement, 20th May 2022
  5. Col Sanjay Kannoth, “Unravelling China Through the Years: A perspective”, 12 May 2022
  6. Lt Gen Vinod G Khandare, “Comprehensive National Security: Indian Context”, 7 May 2022.
  7. Mr. Sanjay Chadha,IRSME: 1985 and Fmr Additional Secretary, Ministry of Commerce, Govt of India “Trade Relations with China: Implications for India” 30 March 2022.
  8. Lt Gen (Dr.) S.L. Narasimhan, “China’s National Security Management: Institutions, Personalities and Issues” 21 January 2022
  9. Amb Venkatesh Varma, “Russia’s National Security Management: Institutions, Personalities and Issues” 20 January 2022
  10. Mr. Michael Kugelman, “How the United States manages its National Security?” 19 January 2022
  11. Prof Harsh Pant, “Non Traditional Security Agenda Post Cold War: Takeaways for India”, 7 January 2022
  12. Prof Harsh Pant, “Global War on Terror: Implications for India”, 5 January 2022
  13. H.E. Asoka Milinda Moragoda, Ambassador of Sri Lanka, “Sri Lanka – India Relations: Way Forward” 29th December 2021
  14. Dr. T.V. Somanathan, Post Covid Global Economy: Takeaways for India’s Economic Security”, 20 November 2021
  15. Prof Prem Shekar, Strategic Heft of Major Powers in Developing Countries: Egypt’s Arab Spring and lessons for India, 17 November 2021
  16. Prof Prem Shekar, Strategic Heft of Major Powers in Developing Countries: Geopolitics of Iran Nuclear Deal and key takeaways for India, 12 November 2021
  17. Prof Prem Shekar, Strategic Heft of Major Powers in Developing Countries: India as a Case tudy, 1 November 2021
  18. Prof Vaidyanathan, New Emerging Order and Reorganisation of Global Regulatory Framework, 26 October 2021
  19. Prof Vaidyanathan, Global Financial System: Emerging Trends and Implications for India, 25 October 2021

Mr. Gendun Gyatso

Research Assistant

Mr. Sandeep Pandey

Training Officer

Ms. Kanjakshi Bhatia

Internship & Placement Associate


Case Studies- Atrocities & Forced Migration of Minorities from Pakistan – May 2022

Hajib Ban Across the world – February 2022

Minorities in Pakistan: A case study of Christians, Ahmadiyyas and Hindus – February 2022

Shias in India: Background, Presence and Profile – February 2022

Internal Security Issues in Central Gujarat (Ahmadabad, Gandhinagar, Mahisagar, Vadodara, Anand, Panchmahal, Dahod ) – January 2022

The Plight of Shias in Pakistan and Afghanistan – January 2022

Negative role played by Pakistan in SAARC and Suggestions to revive SAARC – January 2022

Pakistan Genocide in Bangladesh: list of Massacres in East Pakistan (1947-1971) – January 2022

Attacks on Chinese Nationals in Pakistan (2010-2021) – December 2021

Afghanistan’s Economic Security Post 2001: Assessing India’s Role – December 2021

United States Security Role in Afghanistan Post 2001: Implications of Troops Withdrawal for Afghanistan and India – November 2021

A Synoptic Assessment of poverty and Food Insecurity Status in Afghanistan – October 2021

Extension Activities
  • Afghanistan’s Security, Political and Economic Environment: Implications for the Region and India
    Date: 12th & 13th August 2021

  • One-month Online Certificate Course on Super Intensive Spanish Language A1.1
    Date: 1st October to 31st October 2020

  • Super Intensive Online Certificate Course in Six Languages (Arabic, English, Hindi, Mandarin, Russian, Urdu)
    Date: 13th February to 7th March 2021
    Total Participants- 35
    Resource Faculty- All are Native Speakers

  • Two Weeks Online Certificate Course on ‘India and its Neighbourhood’
    Date: 27th October- 7th November 2020
    Total Participants- 40
    Resource Faculties – Mr. Tilak Devasher, Mr. Michael Kugelman, Mr. Asanga Abeyagoonasekera, Amb. Vijay Gokhale, Prof. Manish, Prof. Priyankar Upadhyay, Amb. Sujan Chinoy , Mr. Krishna Verma, Dr. Constantino Xavier, Amb. Goutam Bambawale, Colonel Rohit Dev.

  • Three weeks Online Certificate Course for Intensive Mandarin (Chinese)
    Date- 3rd August to 21st August 2020
    Total Participants- 04
    Resource Faculty- Prof. Yinghuei Chen
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Certificate course on French Language School of International Cooperation, Security and Strategic Languages (60 Hours) August 2022 to November 2022
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Kritika Rajput

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  • PG Diploma in Arabic Language 2021 batch – 6 students
  • PG Diploma in Chinese Language 2021 batch – 22 Students
  • Training in Persian Language – 4 students
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Dr. L. Venkateswaran

Director (I/c) and Associate Professor, (International Relations and Security Studies), School of International Cooperation, Security and Strategic Languages

Rashtriya Raksha University,

Lavad, Dahegam, Gandhinagar – 382305

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Expert Recommendation – International Relations & Security Studies
M.A. in International Relations and Security Studies

“The syllabus for the M.A. in International Relations and Security Studies at Rashtriya Raksha University has been carefully drawn up to give students maximum exposure not merely to the theory aspects but also practical workings of international policy and affairs. An eye has also been kept on security matters within the overall course syllabus. This M.A. course will benefit its student body immensely.”

Amb Gautam Bambawale, Fmr Ambassador to China and Fmr High Commissioner to Pakistan

“The Master’s programme in International Relations and Security Studies offered by the School of International Cooperation, Security and Strategic Languages at Rashtriya Raksha University is one of its kind. Its syllabus deftly melds theory and praxis, and by so doing makes it as relevant for policymakers as it is for academics. The interesting mix of courses offered and the way they are tailored to the national security debates allows the students and faculty to re-examine some of the more traditional frameworks in a new light. As the national security discourse undergoes a transformation worldwide, this is one of the few programmes in India that is ahead of the curve.”

Prof Harsh V Pant, Professor of International Relations, King’s College London & Director of Research, Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi

“The Master’s Programme in International Relations and Security Studies has been tailor made to meet the requirements of our security apparatus. The papers focus on key geographies from an Indian National Security perspective, such as West Asia, Central Asia, Major Powers like the US and important neighbours like China and Pakistan, and on strategic issues and required responses. Crucially it devotes significant time to issues related to Political Economy, Terror Financing etc which are of contemporary relevance. The programme has been prepared by RRU faculty and facilitated by external experts in respective domains. To that extent, it reflects theory and practice of the current situation and includes case studies which will enrich the experience of students in understanding complex situations. It has been structured to meet emerging challenges in the current global environment. It is timely and factual which will equip students to face real life challenges.”

Prof Vaidyanathan, Fmr Member, National Security Advisory Board and Fmr Prof, Indian Institute of Management, Bengaluru

“The Syllabus for the new International Relations and Security Studies Program strikes all the right notes. It provides students with a fundamental and theories based understanding. It equips students with the tools to understand the key components of the international security environment ranging from regional dynamics to political economy. It also teaches Research Methodology and perhaps most importantly, it provides foreign language training to better understand several of India’s most important neighbours and partners. It’s a comprehensive and novel approach that bridges the theoretical and the applied aspects of international relations and security studies. Students will emerge fully prepared to confidently serve as the next generation of security policy leaders.”

Mr. Michael Kugelman, Deputy Director, Asia Program, Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars and Fmr Intern, State Department, US Govt

“The country’s leadership, which has the responsibility of shaping the security policies and defending the nation from both internal and external threats has to be clearly aware of the challenges of the new era in order to develop new outlook, new thinking and new policies. The M.A. Programme in International Relations and Security Studies programme provides all basic information and relevant knowledge of everything concerning the nation’s security which is really the need of the hour. It has been created with great care and commitment; and it properly enables the future security policy- makers as well as security personnel and experts to serve Mother India in the manner the 21st Century demands.”

Prof Premshekara, Fmr Faculty Pondicherry Central University and Eminent Strategic Analyst

“The syllabus developed for the Masters programme in International Relations and Security Studies (with Language specialization) is a thoughtfully designed course providing a comprehensive understanding of complex intersections of Contemporary International Relations, Security Studies and Strategies, Political Economy, Area Studies, the making and shaping of Foreign Policies and doctrines from an Indo-centric perspective. A versatile twoyear program that prepares students to pursue a wide range of careers in the field of international relations, including in national governments, think –tanks specialising in foreign and security policies, variety of IGOs and NGOs and much more. This program is also unique in the sense that it weaves foreign languages with the subject domain. There will be in-person residency sessions with the flexibility of online studies. I must commend the efforts of the University to have introduced such a comprehensive degree programme which would meet the needs of interested domestic and international students along with foreign policy watchers and strategic cognoscenti.”

Prof Manish, Professor and Dean, School of International Studies, Central University of Gujarat and Fmr Official, NTRO, Govt of India

“The Rashtriya Raksha University has been instituted with the high aim to provide highly professional security, strategic and defence education, research and training in an intellectually stimulating and professional disciplined environment. As the premier Department of the University, it is incumbent on the School of International Cooperation Security and Strategic Languages (SICSSL), to draw curricula for its various courses and training programmes it offers with deliberation so as to achieve those stated objectives. It is therefore gratifying that the Syllabus drawn up by SICSSL for its Master of Arts in International Relations and Security Studies, the flagship course of the Department is entirely in conformity with the objectives of the University and is carefully crafted to provide intending students with insights into both, theoretical and practical perspectives in all relevant areas including foreign policy, international organisations and regimes, peace and conflict studies, political theory, terrorism and political violence and give them opportunity to obtain multiple world views of power structures, how states seek to harness strategic advantage and emergent threats, both at the global and national level. That the Syllabus has given due importance to the evolution of precepts and thoughts through the course of history is amongst its most distinctive aspect. International Relations and Security Studies are both vibrant, growing and constantly evolving disciplines. A convergence in their study provides a rich intersection of diplomacy, politics, security and social issues. The syllabus provides an in-depth understanding of concepts and theories that guide and govern International Relations, key actors including a special focus on major states besides the role of intergovernmental and non-governmental agencies and players. Alongside is the emphasis placed on security issues at the global level that presently afflict humanity as a whole and would do so even more in future as also regional and domestic security threats. Another distinctive feature of the syllabus is the manner it has been structured into various semesters and the sequencing of courses within each semester that ensures cogent and incremental assimilation of knowledge and understanding of theoretical concepts and obtaining situations and issues. There is no gainsaying the syllabus would enable SICSSL to be thepremier academic department in its fields of study that incubates a worthy crop of future analysts who would match the needs, expectations and aspirations of security and strategic institutions and the Government.”

Mr. R Chandrasekhar, Fmr member, Armed Forces Headquarters Civil Service and Lt Gen Shekatkar Committee
Expert Recommendation – Strategic Languages
M.A. Integrated Programmes in Chinese Studies and PG Diploma in Chinese Language

“The Chinese language curriculum designed by SICSSL has been done by native Chinese speaking and well experienced faculty. It has been prepared through a consultative process involving renowned academicians and practitioners. It is a well thought out, practical oriented and very useful curriculum. Students will immensely benefit from the Mandarin course at the SICSSL”.

Lt. Gen SL Narasimhan, Member, National Security Advisory Board & Director General, Centre for Contemporary China Studies, Ministry of External Affairs

“The One Year Diploma Course and the 5 year MA course in Chinese (Mandarin) language to be launched by the School of International Cooperation Security and Strategic Languages this year offers an unique opportunity for students to learn a language of vital interest to us and at the same time get useful insights into various aspects of the history, culture, politics, socioeconomic and current developments in China. A meticulously curated syllabi and curriculum has been thoughtfully designed by top rated experienced language trainers, practitioners and scholars. It is aimed to provide a blend of practical and comprehensive language skills catering to different practical needs of students. The language training will be imparted by native speakers using scientific tools and modern lab facilities. The M.A. course caters for a practical exposure to a natural environment so that students can hone in their skills, imbibe and comprehend complexities of the language by spending a semester in Taiwan. I believe no other school in the country offers this unique opportunity and facility.”

Mr. Krishan Varma, Fmr Special Secretary, Cabinet Secretariat, Govt of India

“The School of International Cooperation, Security and Strategic Languages regards various languages as the best tools to attain the strategic value and function, emphasizing the importance of languages to international affairs and national security. In many international occasions and situation analysis works, in addition to the professional knowledge background, the most important thing is the language mastery. This school can provide the best language teachers and faculties in India, as well as professional courses in international relations, national security, military Mandarin and regional countries’ languages courses, with native-speaking teachers and intensive professional training, and give the student the strategic language skills in a short time.”

Dr. Ming-Shih Shen, Director, Division for National Security Research and Acting CEO of Institute for National Defense Research, Taiwan;

Admission Process

Eligibility Criteria
i) M.A. in International Relations and Strategic Studies: Any graduate from a recognised University in India or abroad with 55% marks.
ii) Five Years Integrated Language Program: 55% marks in Higher Secondary.
iii) Anybody can apply for language diploma courses.

Candidates will be selected through the merit list based on marks obtained in Graduation and Higher Secondary.
Shortlisted candidates will have to appear for Interviews/Group discussions.

Application Fees – ₹ 2000/-
Hostel fees ₹2000/- per student, and Hostel caution fees ₹10,000/- (refundable).
Mess fees ₹4500/- per month, mess Caution fees – ₹5000/- (refundable).
Students will pay program fees in instalments semester wise

Additional marks for NCC and sports background will be awarded.
Supernumerary seats 10% for security organizations.
Reservation for Northeast, Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh 10 %.
30% Horizontal reservation for women.

Students will have to purchase their own uniforms.

Admission withdrawal
In case of withdrawal of admission if done within 10 days of commencement of classes 10% of the program fee will be deducted.
If done within a month of commencement of classes 25% of the program fee will be deducted.
If done after a month of commencement of classes No refund will be given.