An academic revolution has taken place in higher education particularly in the past half century marked by a paradigm shift in scope and opportunity. Indian education system considered as one of the largest of its kind in the world also faces/encounters enormous challenges in the new millennium. These challenges are diversified and manifold stretching from contemporary curriculum development, quality assurance and accreditation and ethical value propositions to policy planning and governance. These challenges have taken both technical and traditional educational aspects in its fold.
Rudra Group of Institutions (RGI) started its operations in the year 2006 under the aegis of Neelkant Educational Society. Right from the time of inception, the management focused on providing opportunities to students both from technical and traditional wings.