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Saturday, February 26, 2011

South Asian University Admission LLM MA MSc MCA Course

South Asian University Admission

In 2005 at the 13 SAARC, summit Prime Minister of India Came up with an idea of establishing a South Asian University (SAU). Dr. Singh suggested all the member countries would pool their vital resources for creation center of excellence in a form of university that will provide the students excellent facilities and eminent faculty members to students from every member of SAARC. Let the university become a place where scholars, researches, brilliant students can come up together and work for the progress of humanity, he added.

Former director of Harvard University Mr. Gowher Rizvi has been given the task of preparing the blue print for SAU. He suggested that SAU should be built by both private and government support. After serious consultation among SAARC countries, a note was submitted to obtain the views of SAARC governments. As a further step, an inter-ministerial agreement for establishment of SAU was signed on the 14th SAARC summit, which held on 4 April 2007 in New Delhi.
SAARC committee has completely formulated its rules and regulations, academic structure, business plan of SAU. Temporary place has been provided by Jawaharlal Nehru University from where the university is going to operate as soon as a permanent place is decided SAU would be operating from that place. Many engineers and architect are working together to give SAU an international design.

From August 2010, SAU commenced its first academic session. Currently the university is offering two courses MA and MCA.  From the next year university is going to launch new courses like M.Sc (Biotechnology), MA (Sociology), LLM, (Computer Science) and MA (International Relations).

The university will focus tremendously on research at PG level. At full strength, SAU will have 7000 students and 700 teachers. Students of SAU will be from eight SAARC countries and Tuition fees will be quite nominal. Students from non-SAARC countries can take admission by paying full fees.

Following are some of the courses offered by the University:
Master of Arts (MA)
Master of Law (LLM)
Master of Science (MSc) 
Master of Computer Application (MCA)

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