The day begins and ends with a prayer. The morning sessions in the University begins with the universal prayer, based on the unity of religions. Community singing of Bhajan in the hostels is held every evening. Before retiring for the night, students sit around the altar in their respective accommodation and chant prayers dedicating all their day‟s activity to the Divine.

Students have the opportunity to listen to their fellow students, teachers and many important guests on the campus. These guests include men and women who have attained great success in their respective fields - ministers, administrators, industrialists, judges, ambassadors, entrepreneurs, artists and sports persons, amongst others. When students interact with these guests they imbibe the values and importance of the path of devotion to God and the path of goodness and godliness. In addition, weekly study circle sessions take place where spiritual questions are raised and answered.

Timings Activities
05.00 am to 05.25 am Waking up and morning ablutions
05.25 am to 05.55 am Morning prayers: Omkar and Suprabhatam
06.00 am to 06.45 am Yoga and Bath
06.45 am to 07.25 am Swadhyaya and Meditation
07.30 am to 08.00 am Breakfast
08.05 am to 08.55 am Tatwasameeksha / Self-Study / Library / Counselling
09.00 am to 09.25 am University assembly prayers
09.30 am to 12.30 pm Morning session classes
12.30 pm to 01.10 pm Lunch
01.15 pm to 01.35 pm Nap
01.45 pm to 03.45 pm Afternoon session classes
04.00 pm to 04.15 pm Snacks and tea
04.15 pm to 05.15 pm Games (thrice a week) / Extra-curricular activity
05.40 pm to 06.00 pm Rudram Chanting
06.00 pm to 06.30 pm Bhajans
06.35 pm to 07.35 pm Study hour - I
07.40 pm to 08.15 pm Dinner
08.20 pm to 09.10 pm Study hour - II
09.15 pm to 09.40 pm Short video shows of Spiritual content and NEWS
09.45 pm to 09.55 pm Hanuman Chalisa and Night Prayers
10.00 pm Lights off and going to bed

Code of Conduct

Student code of conduct, rules and regulations.

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