Post Graduation Courses: M.Ed

Govt. Polytechnic College For Girls

Rajendra Hospital Patiala was named after the Maharaja Rajendra Singh (1856–1900) of erstwhile state. The foundation was laid down byMaharaja Yadvinder Singh on 15th April 1950. Government Medical College,Patiala was started on 29th September, 1953 at Patiala, the capital oferstwhile Pepsu State, at that time a separate State from Punjab, under theGovernment Of India President’s rule . This was the first Medical College inPepsu State with a population of over 20 lacs. The Rajendra Hospital, Patiala, wasunder construction when the college started. The foundation stone of thecollege building was laid by Dr. Rajendra Parshad then President of India on21.12.1953. The opening ceremony of Rajendra Hospital, Patiala was performed bythe Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru, in 1954.

It started as a 500 bedded hospital and presently it houses1009 bedded in Rajendra Hospital Patiala and 121 bedded in T.B.Hospital,Patiala. The T.B.Hospital, Patiala has been designated as Zonal Task ForceCentre of North India for involvement of Medical Colleges in RNTCP. TheHospital is also working as State T.B.Training and Demonstration Centre for theState of Punjab and U.T.

Apart from Basic/Clinical departments some super specialty departments are also functioning. Cardiology, Neurology, Nephrology, ICCU arefunctioning in Medicine Deptt. and Urology, Pediatrics, Surgery, PlasticSurgery, I.C.U are also functional. Psychiatry Deptt.of this Institution has been upgraded. In addition to itDe-addiction Centre, ART Centre /EDUSET, Telemedicine, I.T.Cell are alsofunctional. The college has 4 hostels for UGs and one hostel for PGs. It hasbeautiful auditorium, vast play grounds, swimming pool, and gymnasium andcollege canteen. The college has a separate library building with in the campushousing IT Cell. There is an ME Cell to

The present college building was constructed in 1953 for the admission of 50 MBBS students whereas at present: – 150 M.B.B.S., 90 Post Graduate, 4 MSc.(Biochemistry, Anatomy) 50 Bsc. Nursing, 30 Post Basic Nursing, 10 Bsc. Medical (Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry), 40 D.M.L.T, 60 D-Pharmacy, 11 Radiographer Diploma students are being admitted in this Institution.

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A &M Institute Of Computer &Technology

A M Institutes has a unique culture that inculcates strong value in its atudents and make them adaptable to mchange. It is increasing demand for competent engineers and technocrate for executing various projects in private , public and government sectors in india and abroad , which spurred the management to start this college. Our focus is to develop business leaders and technocrate who are equipped to tackle the callenges of global business environment. The college strives to earn its reputation through its innovative teaching methodology and quality of its pragmatic programmes. Today a career has to be carefully crafted by calibre combined with diligence, by inspiration blended with perspiration. We promise to lead you towards desired destinations. This college always aspires to AIM HIGH, scaling great heights in its quest for EXCELLENCE in imparting human , intellectual , spiritual and moral formation to the student. A & M Institute is a place where growth is a way of life. It is our quest tradition to excel. Every effort shall be made yo keep this tradition alive. I invite you to be a part of our programmes.

Mohit Mahajan

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Abohar Polytechnic College

Abohar Polytechnic College (APC) known for its excellence not only in academics but in all other spheres of activities also and endeavour to shape the students for their around personality development. The college offers Diploma degree in the field of Engineering.

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Aditya College of Engineering & Advanced Studies

As the Director of ACEAS, I would like to welcome and thank you for your visit to our home page.

Since its founding in 2004, ACEAS has earned a reputation of international stature. Our distinguished faculty, outstanding resources, reputed academic partners, variety and depth of course disciplines all contribute to a world class institution. Our guiding philosophy throughout, has been creation of knowledge, influencing management practices and accurately guiding our students for enhancing their career opportunities. The objectives of imparting education, combined with creation, dissemination and application of knowledge, are being met in an integrated form, to create a synergistic impact.

At our Institute we offer courses related to Technology, Business Management, Clinical Research and various other professional courses with the sole purpose of making you ready as a global professional who can face the modern day business challenges with ease & aplomb. These multiple programmes aim to serve many sections of society and many areas of management. In future we are also planning to serve you in many other ways.

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Patna University

As soon as the Province of Bihar and Orissa was organised a public demand arose for the setting up of a university at Patna. In response to this demand the Government of Bihar and Orissa submitted to the Government of India a proposal for constituting a Committee to work out a scheme for setting up a university in the new Province. In May 1913, the Patna University Committee was appointed with R. Nathan, C.I.E., C.S.I., as President and J.G. Jennings, officiating Director of Public Instruction, Bihar and Orissa, A.G. Wright, Director of Public Instruction of the Central Provinces, the Hon’ble Raja Rajendra Narayan Bhanj Deo of Kanika, the Hon’ble Mr. Madhusudan Das, C.I.E., the Hon’ble Rai Sheo Shankar Sahay Bahadur, C.I.E., the Hon’ble Khan Bahadur Saiyed Muhammad Fakhr-ud-din, the Hon’ble Babu Dwarka Nath, Saiyed Nurul Huda, Barrister-at-Law, Sachchidananda Sinha, Barrister-at-Law, W.A.J. Archbold, Principal, Dacca College, C. Russel, officiating Principal, Patna College, R.W.F. Shaw, Principal, Ravenshaw College, the Rev. S.L. Thompson, Principal, St. Columba’s College, Hazaribagh, D.N. Sen, Principal, Bihar National College, Bankipur, V.H. Jackson, Professor of Physics, Patna College, and K.S. Caldwell, Professor of Chemistry, Patna College, as members, and P.C. Tallents as Secretary.
The terms of reference to the Committee were:

The University being intended for the benefit of the whole province, the needs of all parts of the country, and of all sections of the people, should receive careful attention;
Provision should be made for a university at Patna, or at some convenient place in its neighbourhood, of the teaching and residential type, and for the affiliation to this central institution of colleges situated in other places;
The scheme should not involve any such additional costs to the students as would discourage them from taking full advantage of the facilities to be offered.
This Committee held its first meeting on 16 July, 1913 and submitted its report in March 1914. It recommended the establishment of a central institution at Patna which would undertake the higher branches of instruction, conduct the examinations, supervise the general life and training of the students and regulate the teaching and organization of a number of incorporated colleges. The central institution was recommended to be located at Phulwarisharif, west of the New Capital, and it was to consist of Patna College, Biseswar College (Bihar National College), King’s College, Mission College, a Non-Collegiate Department, a Sanskrit College and a Training College for teachers. Provision was to be made for the instruction of 950 students in the Faculty of Arts, 410 students in the Faculty of Science, 190 students in the Faculty of Law and 32 students in the Faculty of Education. It is surprising that the Committee did not envisage the establishment of the Faculties of Engineering and Medicine which were so very essential for the development of the new Province. The then existing Colleges at Cuttack, Bhagalpur, Muzaffarpur and Hazaribagh, but not the College at Monghyr were to be affiliated to the Patna University. Out of the five non-official Biharee members of the Committee, Mr. Sachchidanand Sinha was the most important person. These members suggested that the Government should keep in view the establishment, at no distant date, of colleges for imparting education in Medicine, Engineering, Commerce, Agriculture and Technology. Even these members could not visualise the importance of setting up a Veterinary College here. The Indian Industrial Commission proposed to establish the General Technological Institute at Patna, but no effective steps were taken to translate the recommendation into action.

According to the majority of the members of the Committee Honours, Mastership and science teaching above the Intermediate standard were to be imparted at Patna only and by the University itself. The capital cost of the whole project was estimated at Rs. 95,33,000/-, the recurring cost was to be nearly Rs. 11,50,000/-. Of this nearly half the amount was to be realised through tuition fees, etc. and the remaining Rs. 6,00,000/- to be granted by the Government. When the Committee made these recommendations it could not foresee that the Government would face a serious financial crisis on account of the outbreak of the First World War. It is a pity that the estimates of expenditure both recurring and non-recurring, were not favourably considered by the Government and much of the ambitious projects of starting a University with a residential bias had therefore to be given up.

The Nathan Committee proposed that the University should have a whole-time officer as Vice-Chancellor. The Body corresponding to the Senate was to be called the Convocation and it was to be vested with the power of dealing with general questions and of framing the regulations. The executive body of the University was to be called the Council consisting of the Vice-Chancellor, two ex-officio members, the Principals of all Colleges, whether internal or external, the Dean of Non-Collegiate students, six members of the staff nominated by the Chancellor and seven persons elected by the Convocation. The Committee wanted to make this Council the supreme body in the University as it laid down that the decision of the Council was not to be subject to revision by the Convocation. Some of the features of the original Bill introduced by Sir Sankaran Nair, the member-in-charge of Education in the Governor-General’s Council, were based on the recommendations of the Nathan Committee.

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Rabindra Bharati University

Late Suresh Chandra Majumdar on behalf of Rabindra Bharati Society collected from public around Rs. 15 Lakhs and part of the money was paid to the private party to acquire the property as stated above. In the meanwhile the private party went to the High Court for enhancement of the award and the party was given additional award of Rs. 3 Lakhs by the court. As Suresh Chandra Majumdar was facing severe fund crisis, he asked the West Bengal Government to release suitable grant. An agreement was signed between the Government and Rabindra Bharati Society and as a condition of the grant, the Government was given the right to use Rabindra Bharati property for use of its proposed Dance, Drama and Music Institute. Accordingly, the Institute, namely West Bengal State Akademy of Dance, Drama, Music and Visual Arts (present name) was established in 1955. Uday Shankar, Ahindra Chowdhury and Ramesh Banerjee were put in charge of Dance, Drama and Music respectively.

Uday Shankar subsequently left the Institute. In 1959, it was felt that the Government of West Bengal would establish a University as a memorial to Rabindranath. Since the original purpose of Rabindra Bharati Society was also the development Dance, Drama and Music, the general body of the Rabindra Bharati Society met and agreed that it should be merged with proposed university. The Government of West Bengal was further contemplating to celebrate birth centenary of Rabindranath Tagore. The Government thought that the best way to perpetuate the memory of Rabindranath tagore would be to acquire the family dwellings and utilize them for the purpose of establishing a university and persuaded Rathindranath Tagore to hand over the buildings including the room where Rabindranath Tagore breathed his last.

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Delhi University

Sir Maurice Gwyer, the then Vice-Chancellor, realizing the importance of a distinguished faculty to act as role models, relentlessly searched for talent all over the country and roped in men of eminence to this University, such as Prof. D.S. Kothari in Physics, Prof. T.R. Sheshadri in Chemistry, Prof. P Maheshwari in Botany and Prof. M L Bhatia in Zoology.

Five Departments namely Chemistry, Geology, Zoology, Sociology and History have been awarded the status of the Centres of Advanced Studies. These Centres of Advanced Studies have carved a niche for themselves as centres of excellence in teaching and research in their respective areas. In addition, a good number of University departments are also receiving grants under the Special Assistance Programme of the UGC in recognition of their outstanding academic work. 10 Departments (Germanic & Romance Studies, Hindi, Persian, Geography, Music, East Asian Studies, Anthropology, Mathematics, B.R.Ambedkar, M. I.L.) are getting grants under DRS, 2 Departments (Buddhist Studies, English) are getting grants under DSA, 3 Departments (English, Buddhist Studies, Social Work) are getting grants under AISHSS and 3 Departments (African Studies, East Asian Studies, Developing Countries Research Centre) are getting grants under Area Studies Programmes. Department of Adult, Continuing Education and Extension and Women’s Studies & Development Centre of the University are also getting special funding from UGC. The University today boasts of as many as 15 big libraries apart from libraries in colleges. The University Science Instrumentation Centre (USIC) which is now situated close to the Physics and Chemistry Departments houses a number of sophisticated and high-end research instruments. These instruments are used quite frequently by Teachers and Research Scholars of postgraduate departments of the University as well as by many other institutions in Delhi and its neighbourhood. The University has recently laid fibre-optic network in the North and the South Campuses connecting all colleges and departments.

When the University of Delhi expanded in many directions to keep pace with a rapidly growing city, South Campus was established in 1973 to facilitate access for the residents of South Delhi. It moved to its present location on Benito Juarez Road, near Dhaula Kuan, in 1984. The Campus is now spread across 69 acres of green, hilly terrain and its buildings blend attractively with the natural surroundings. The various departments are located in the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Inter-disciplinary and Applied Sciences. S.P. Jain Centre for Management Studies is also located at the South Delhi Campus. Besides these, the Campus has a good library, a Health Centre, a Bank, a Post Office, DTC Pass Section and administrative and examination blocks. South Campus also provides some residential quarters for faculty members and the non-teaching staff. Outstation students are offered accommodation in three hostels.

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Bhailalbhai and Bhikhabhai Institute of Technology, Anand, Gujarat

Bhailalbhai & Bhikhabhai Institute of Technology (Polytechnic) is a grant-in-aid and self Financed Institute Polytechnic managed by Charutar Vidya Mandal, Vallabh Vidyanagar. The institute was established in August 1958 with the intake capacity of 60 each in conventional programmes like Civil, Mechanical & Electrical Engg.. Later on institute has started new Diploma Programme in Electronics & Communication in 1985 with 60 intakes and Diploma in Computer Engg. in 1986 with 60 intake. The institute has also started two programmes under Self Finance pattern; in the year 2001, it has started Diploma in Information Technology with 60 intake and in 2003, Diploma in Electronics & Communication with 60 intake. Thus to-day institute has total 685 intake capacity including 180 in Distance Learning Mode in Civil, Mechanical and Electrical – 60 in each.

The institute has its vision, mission and quality statement. Its all regular programmes have been accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA) New Delhi.

We the teaching fraternity, at bhailalbhai & bhikhabhai institute of technology shall mould students to meet the changing needs of society by providing them with inputs and hands on experiences in relevant technology.

We shall provide an environment conducive to the persuit of excellence in technology so as to enable our students bringout their latent potential capabilities, transforming them into responsive, compentative and innovative technocrats.

We shall to strive to update and use our methodological inputs to enable the teachers to impart knowledge and skill to taught. We shall be fair and honest in our approach to the task in hands.

We shall serve various sectionsof our multi-ethnic, multi-lingual, multi-cultural and multifarious socio-economic strata of community and society.

Uphold, Attain and set International Standards in providing Technical Education to the young telent of the Gujarat State.

Provide support to indigenous Efforts, Foster, Creativities, expand Reach, Coordinate various Agencies and implement & manage Innovative, relevent and responsive demand driven Courses and Services to all its stakeholders (namely Students, Faculty and Staff members, Industry, management, Parents, Society and Country)

Undertake research Activities and maintain liaison & enter into Collobration with Organizations (National and International) through as well as material resource management plans.

Become a dynamic Institute of change in the society with provenabilities in accordance with set National, International norms of suitable Development.

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Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, Ludhiana

Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, Ludhiana is a State Government aided Institution. It is functioning under the aegis of Nankana Sahib Education Trust (N.S.Ed.T.) with a Managing Committee appointed by N.S.Ed.T to look after routine management functions with due representation in it, of State Government and Central Government. The Managing Committee recommends policy decisions which are ultimately put up to the Nankana Sahib Education Trust for approval.

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Chitkara University

In order to achieve its ambition of being a world-class education provider, Chitkara University (CU) is committed to significant enhancement of its facilities and buildings, essential for world-class research and all-round development of students. The University has an extremely modern and state-of-the-art infrastructure that goes a long way in facilitating a number of services for the students as well as the staff members.
The place for focused learning
The spacious, amphitheatre-style classrooms in the University provide the most conducive atmosphere for dynamic and focused discussions. They have been designed to bring together analysis with action and are augmented with integrated audio–visual teaching aids for lectures, presentations etc. Special sessions and classes are also held on business etiquettes, negotiation skills, effective communication, leadership, teamwork and analytical skills

A platform for interface
Chitkara University provides state-of-the-art conference halls with a seating capacity that act as a common ground for students, faculty and corporate personalities for regular interfaces, conferences and other events. At these platforms, you will come across various global thought leaders, academic gurus and corporate heads who will share their corporate experiences with you. For events of a smaller scale, the seminar halls, equipped with advanced presentation tools, are the ideal venue

Training grounds for budding professionals
Chitkara University has over 200 state-of-the-art laboratories that allow the students to experiment and bring to practice what they have learnt in theory.

Imparting knowledge in the most hi-tech environment
All CU campuses are inter-connected through a highly secure virtual private network, where personal computers (PC) are inter-connected to the Internet through broadband connection. All our campuses have state-of-the-art computer centres that provide computing facilities comprising of the latest computer machines linked to a wide range of software, communication and print services.
Most campuses are fully wireless and students in many programs are provided with wireless laptops to help them access the Internet anytime, anywhere. Latest software. are used to enable work on data analysis, web technologies and software designing. The intranet enables close on-line interaction between faculty and students for online interaction.

The library services are the cornerstone of the education system at Chitkara University. The mission of our library services is to facilitate creation of new knowledge through acquisition, organization and dissemination of knowledge resources.
The libraries at each of the campuses have spacious reading halls, periodical centres, group discussion rooms and online database browsing areas.

The University libraries offer a wide range of materials in a variety of formats—from traditional books and serials to films, and multimedia and networked information from around the world. Highly skilled staff assists students to use the local collections and find information on specific topics.

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