- These terms and conditions represent an agreement between the Shri Guru Ram Rai University and you, a prospective student. By accepting the University’s offer of a programme, you accept these terms and conditions in full, which along with your offer and the University’s rules, regulations, policies and procedures.
- If you have any questions or concerns about these terms and conditions, please contact the University’s Student Recruitment and Admissions Office.
- Provision of information
- The most updated information about our courses and programmes is published at our website and We cannot guarantee the accuracy of information that is published on third party external websites.
- It is your responsibility to ensure that all of the information you provide to the University is true and accurate.
- You may be required to provide satisfactory evidence of your qualifications before admission and failure to provide such evidence may result in the termination of your offer from the University.
- If it is discovered that your application contains incorrect or fraudulent information the University may withdraw or amend your offer, or terminate your registration according to the circumstances.
- Fees are subject to revision (as applicable) and increment in tuition fees depends on factors such as market competition, inflation and other external factors out with the University’s control.
- Educational Provision
- University will deliver your programme with reasonable care and skill and as far as possible.
- University will clearly explain the academic requirements of your programme to you.
- Students must put all efforts to fulfill all the academic requirements of their programme, including submission of work, assignments, attendance at examinations and other required events, on time and in accordance with the relevant policies, rules and regulations of the University.
- If you do not act in accordance with this Contract, the University may take disciplinary action against you under its Code of Student Conduct.
- Complaints Procedure
- Complaint procedure has been produced to help the University resolve any complaints you may have as promptly, fairly and amicably as possible. You should follow the University’s complaints procedure.
- You are advised to insure your property against theft and other risks. While the University takes reasonable care to ensure the safety and security of its students within the campus or during using the University’s services, the University cannot accept responsibility, and expressly excludes liability, for loss or damage to your personal property (including computer equipment and software).
- The University shall not be held responsible for any injury to you or for any damage to your property, caused by another student, or by any person who is not an employee or authorised representative of the University.
- The University shall not be liable for failure to perform any obligations under the Contract if such failure is caused by any act or event beyond the University’s reasonable control including, war, terrorism, acts of God ,industrial disputes , flood, fire, storm and national emergencies.
- The University also reserves the right to exclude you from the University for disciplinary offences, for non-matriculation, for non-payment of tuition fee debt, or for inadequate attendance or performance on your programme, in line with the relevant University policies and procedures.
9. Data Protection
The University uses the information from your application:
- To monitor your performance and attendance.
- To collect feedback and for management activities such as strategic planning, statistical analysis, equal opportunities monitoring and maintaining our IT systems.
- To collect feedback and process your application.
- To send you information about the University and its events.