Swacha Campus, Swacha Bharat, a Reality!!! UOW Campaign 2017

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‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan’ is the cleanliness campaign run by our Government of India and initiated by the Honourable Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi. This campaign was launched to achieve Clean India target by 2019. RAGC has always believed and supported such initiatives.

A cleanliness drive, an initiative taken by the staff and students of “University of Wolverhampton”. A selfless deed which makes a human grow rich in their thoughts and try to transform to stand out with a college with a difference. As rightly quoted – “Cleanliness starts within” and so does the staff and students have identified the pleasure of being in a clean environment.

This drive was initiated on 21st Nov’2017, under the guidance of  Mr. Winny. Four groups have been made of which one group will be cleaning the campus once in a week and the other group follows the same for the upcoming week. Cleanliness drive performed on Tuesday by the first group (Details are attached about teams and marking schemes), portrayed a sense of zeal, enthusiasm, teamwork, enjoyment, etc. which concluded the drive on a successful path; setting up a benchmark for the other groups.

For the first time ever UOW has taken up an initiative towards a social cause which has got the highest appreciations. Students have cleaned the entire campus including classroom, conference, staff room, washrooms, cafeteria, etc. It was a thought breaking drive which has indeed taught each of us a lesson of how to develop a better environment for a sustainable living. On this note, we look forward to being successful in this drive by making complete justice with the objective and the purpose behind starting up with this initiative which starts within.

Thanksgiving Day celebrated at RAGC Dahanu Centre

Students of RAGC Dahanu Centre were excited for Thanksgiving in this week. Around 200 electrified Students came together and celebrated Thanksgiving day on 23rd Nov ’17. They made magnificent Thanksgiving Wall. They posted messages for their friends, family, and teachers. Everyone was delighted to see messages which were written by their friend for them. 

Vocational vs Academic program


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A recent survey by ASSOCHAM on employability has said that 97% of the graduating students in


There has been always a debate between Vocational and academic studies. It’s not just a way of studies, but a career path. Both are for different types of students. Both develop employees with a different frame of mind. There is a stack of differences in the Vocational and Academic study. Let’s discuss one by one.


First of all, Academic Study includes a mixed bag of subjects whereas Vocational aimed at one subject.

Academic: Jack of all trades, master of none.

Vocational: Master of One trade, Jack of Few.

Let’s take an example of a Civil Engineer. 80% jobs in Civil Engineering are in execution (Construction). But, to be a Civil Engineer, one has to study every subject of Civil Engineering like Strength of Material, Engineering Mathematics, Environmental Engineering, Water Resource Engineering, Construction Management etc. After completing engineering, Civil engineers need at least 6 months to get a thorough experience of Site supervision(Construction). Here, the vocational student, who has been doing practically on the field throughout his education is employable from day one.  


Second, assessment system. Academic Study includes “Exams” which comes at the end of the course. You need to take classes whole semester and complete the given assignment and then give your exam at the end of the semester. Here, you can repose during the course and take a final test at the end of the course by burning the midnight oil.  On the other side, Vocational includes continuous assessment. The vocational subject is more of a practical application rather than just theory. You need at least 75% skill sets to pass the examination. This gives candidate learn more of a practical approach.


Nevertheless, now let’s talk about further studies. Vocational Students are well respected by the universities. Universities do offer them full-time degree course. This is because vocational students have gained more knowledge and have a better experience as far as the practicality of the learning is concerned.


Vocational education and Academic education, both have their pros and cons. For example, Academic Education should be preferred if the person wants to go for research in that particular field. In India, less than a percent of graduates apply for Ph.D. In Engineering Field like Civil engineering and Electrical Engineering, graduates end up doing Field job. Vocational students are the first choice of the employer for any field job as they have practical experience. Again, here too, Vocational students have an upper hand in getting jobs.


So why does everyone want to go for Academic Study? Because of unawareness of vocational study. There’s also a common perception that Vocational Study is only for the students who are not good at Academic.


For increasing awareness of vocational education and with a vision of making India a hub of the skilled technicians, Rustomjee Group started Rustomjee Academy for Global Careers in 2008. Till now it has trained 25000 students in various industry. RAGC has campuses in Thane, Dahanu, and Bengaluru. They offer a wide range of courses from diploma, HNC, HND till international and national Degree. The University of Wolverhampton from the United Kingdom as tied up with RAGC to offer an international Degree in India. Doesn’t it sound interesting? Do check out our website and know more about us.