Making life a part of curriculum and grading
Studies show that activity-oriented courses (AOC) also help to minimise anxiety, encourage experimentation, and challenge each individual to compete with themselves. This is why NU has included co-curricular activities as well as experiential learning in the students’ regular curriculum. Read more
Students may choose an AOC based on their interest, earning up to three credit points per semester. The evaluation is based on presentation of new skills or advancement in proficiency levels as demonstrated through participation in the cultural events organised in the University.
Choose from the following activity-oriented courses
Music and dance
Fine & digital arts
NU believes in a healthy mind in a healthy body. Various sports and physical activities on campus offer students avenues to vent their physical energy after a day spent in the classroom. Sports and games help students to develop physical fitness and mental strength. Students not only develop their physical skill at a sport, but they also learn commitment, dedication, and teamwork as well.
Evaluations are based on improvement in student performance, as well as the batch matches, house matches and NUPL matches.
Organise & manage events
After any event students are expected to provide a comprehensive report detailing their planning process, execution, challenges encountered, lessons learnt, and recommendations for improvement.