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Assam University

Assam University came into existence through Assam (Central) University Act, 1989(Established under an Act of Parliament) . It was established in 1994,since then the University is steadily becoming an excellent centre of learning.

The campus, situated in Dargakona, about 20 kms from Silchar, is set amid sprawling hillocks, a typical landscape in the North East. The campus in an area of 600 acres surrounded by lakes and mountains provides an ideal environment for academic pursuit.

Drawing its 300 plus faculty from many disciplines, from all over the country, the university sustains a multidisciplinary approach to higher education.

The University has Sixteen Schools on major disciplines. There are Fourty One Departments under these Sixteen Schools.

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S. S. Jain Subodh P. G. College

S.S.Jain Subodh P.G. College has proved this prophetic statement with conviction by emerging as one of the premier institution of higher learning education in the Rajasthan.
The need for quality education has been felt for a long time and a gap exists in the field of purposeful and relevant education that takes into account the ground realities by the professionals in the different fields. Realizing the importance of education Shri Shwetamber Sthanakwasi Jain Society decided to setup an educational institution at Jaipur in the year 1954 managed by S.S. Jain Subodh Shiksha Samiti (SSJSSS), Jaipur with an objective to provide education at college level.
Although, this Shiksha Samiti is presently running play school to post-graduate Colleges alongwith professional courses e.g. Computer Science, Information Technology, Education, Management, Law etc. at prime locations of Jaipur like Ram Bagh Circle, Johri Bazar, Sanganer and Mansarover. The SSJSSS, Jaipur is having a network of around 24,000 students who are getting quality education in the present scenario of education. The college has a long-standing academic tradition of excellence in higher education. This is coupled with the most advanced facilities for the pursuit of higher learning.

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Shekhawati Business School

The objective of Shekhawati Group of Institutions is to provide the best education which will enable young countrymen, boys and girls to built the carries as professionals managers, to equip them with the latest concept and upto date knowledge to develop in the managerial skills and aptitude, to instill business ethics and thus to roll out competent managers to perform superbly. Shekhawati Group of Institutions have been promoted by the Gurukul Shikshan Sansthan a non-profit organization founded in 2002, in Sikar. The organization is dedicated to promote professionals and technical education in the state and is presently conducting various programmers at undergraduate and post graduate levels from Institutions. The Programmers are approved by AICTE, New Delhi & NCTE, Jaipur and affiliated to Rajasthan Technical University, Kota, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur.

Leaders do something differently but winners do things which are strategically different, which give them competitive advantage. Shekhawati Group of Institutions help student to emerge as winners through unique learning’s initiatives, which have come to the hallmark of the Shekhawati Group of Institutions. Some of the activities which merits a mention and make students aspire to take admission are:

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Punjabi University

Established on April 30, 1962 in the erstwhile princely state of Patiala with the main objective of furthering the cause of Punjabi language, art and literature, Punjabi University has since evolved into the largest University in the state. Spread over 600 acres of land, its 500 teachers are imparting instruction and guidance to nearly 9,000 students in a multi-faceted, multi-pronged and multi-faculty environment comprising 65 Teaching and Research Departments on its Campus, five Regional Centres, six Neighbourhood Campuses and 166 Colleges affiliated to it.

A mutually-stimulating qualitative and quantitative swing in the direction of overall improvement marks the dynamics and mechanics of Punjabi University. Its multi-dimensional expansion has not only been quick-paced but steady, sustained and seamless, with each front paving way for the other. It didn’t come across any cul de sac with unstinted support ever-forthcoming from its committed and resolute faculty. “Unprecedented and unique landmarks”, “Innovative and grandiose concepts”, “Unimaginable reforms”, “Setting new landmarks and records” could easily be attributed as some of the catchphrases describing its unabated progress.

The University has achieved a couple of milestones during its move towards furthering the overall development of Punjabi. Having published a record number of over 3,000 titles in Punjabi covering a wide range of areas and
establishing a special Punjabi Reference Library, it has taken upon itself the responsibility of catering to the linguistic and cultural needs of the overseas Punjabis.

The Punjabi reference Library has been created to build up a strong collection on Punjab history, culture, language and literature. The rich collection of over 1, 00,000 documents, of which around 58,000 have been donated by noted littérateurs and historians, add to the proud privilege of the Punjabi University. It also contains all Punjabi newspapers, magazines, books, diaries and rare manuscripts pertaining to the 19th and 20thcenturies. More than 120 Punjabi newspapers and periodicals published anywhere in the world are available in this Library.

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I. K. Gujral Punjab Technical University

All the time of the University , the students were doing their engineering courses from the University of other states. PTU achived that height & glory because of which it became successful in winning the faith of the students. At present, after 15 year of its existance, PTU is providing education to approximately 5 lac students in the fields of Engineering, Management, Architecture and Pharmacy. This number includeds 50 percent students form the states other than Punjab.
We, at Punjab Technical University, are propelled by the vision and wisdom of our leaders and are continously striving to discharge our duties for the overall improvement of quality of education and to make sure that the courses we offer remain relevant to our society and usefull to our students in the globalized work environment.

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Khalsa College, Amritsar

Welcome to Khalsa College
Khalsa College, the premier-most institute of higher learning, was established by the leaders of the Singh Sabha Movement in 1892. They were inspired by the lofty ideals of the great Gurus. They planned it to be a growing institution which would strive forever to achieve high degree of excellence of mind and body for the welfare of the youth. The architectural grandeur of its buildings and layout of its campus clearly demonstrate the will of the founders.

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Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University

Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (GADVASU) was established at Ludhiana by an act of the Punjab Legislature No. 16 of 2005 notified in the Punjab Government Gazette on August 9, 2005 and it started functioning w.e.f. April 21, 2006 for promoting livestock production, health and prevention of the disease(s) through integrated teaching, research and extension programme(s). The University was established with the following goals and objectives:

To provide adequate supply of trained veterinary professionals including Master’s and Doctorate level specialists capable of handling livestock health and production aspects according to the needs of the State Government and allied agencies.
To undertake research work in selected areas and wherever applicable following multidisciplinary approach.
To provide opportunities for continuing education for professionals in Veterinary Science.
To provide consultancy and specialist services to livestock owners, government, semi-government and allied agencies.
To run “Referral

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Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management, Gwalior

Atal Bihari Vajpayee-Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management (ABV-IIITM), Gwalior is an institute committed to taking academics to unprecedented levels of brilliance and efficiency. In this generation of excellence and specialization we aim at achieving an education standard that is comparable to the best globally. Academics at our institute are focussed on advancement of knowledge and systematic understanding of course materials and their application areas.With our vision of “Global Excellence in Knowledge Economy

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Bhopal School of Social Sciences

Vision

The Bhopal School of Social Sciences, an institution of Higher Education administered and run by the Catholic Archdiocese of Bhopal, endeavors to achieve excellence by facilitating quality education which enables students to read the signs of the contemporary socio-economic environment in our increasingly competitive world, to discern their individual and communitarian role, capitalizing human resources and potentialities, to adopt a proactive and professional approach to life based on sound moral principles and upholding human values by becoming mutually accountable and socially conscientized citizens who are charged with uncompromising possibilitarianism and undying optimism, thus making a remarkable contribution towards a better world.

Mission Statement

The college intends:

q to facilitate the emergence of a rightly – formed societal conscience;

q to awaken human sensitivity towards the marginalized and differently challenged fellow beings;

q to engage students in purposeful analysis of social and economic problems of society;

q to keep pace with global advances in education and technology, by providing latest professional courses at home and abroad;

q to promote objective appraisal of the contemporary society through projects, field work, interactive sessions and co- curricular activities;

q to facilitate development of entrepreneurial, managerial and communication skills as well as interpersonal relations;

q to encourage an inclusive, humanistic approach that overcomes cultural and religious differences;

q to help the students to launch into the future strengthened by the cumulative wisdom of our heritage and traditions, with confidence, courage and optimism;

thus becoming catalysts for the integral development of students with necessary convictions, attitudes and motivation.

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Magadha Mahila College

Magadh Mahila College is situated to the north of the historic Gandhi Maidan of Patna, on the bank of the river Ganga. With a number of fruit- bearing trees like mango, tamarind, lemon, plantain etc. & also large shade-giving trees, like Banyan, Peepal, Neem and Ashok, the college premises has a quiet and serene setting. Gardens, with rows of colourful flowers, add to the pleasantness of the campus milieus. For about six decades now, this institution has been commendably promoting female higher education in Bihar. Its role has been particularly significant in expanding educational opportunities for students of middle and lower classes of the society.
In Bihar, Intermediate Arts education for girls was introduced in Bankipore girls High School in 1938-39. The Intermediate wing was shifted to a near by campus in the year 1946 which was named the Government Degree College for Women. This was subsequently named Magadh Mahila College.
In the beginning, the college could offer courses only in arts subjects. From July 1948 science subjects were introduced at the Intermediate level. When a separate Patna University emerged in the year 1952, Magadh Mahila College, along with other reputed colleges of Patna, became a constituents unit of this new University and its administration came under the parent body. At present the college offers graduation courses in arts, science and commerce subjects. In the faculty of humanities, the disciplines in which Degree-level teaching is being imparted are Hindi, English, Sanskrit, Maithili, Urdu, Persian and Philosophy. The subjects that are taught under the faculty of Social Sciences are Economics, History, Home Science, Psychology, Political Science, Sociology and Music. For B.Sc students, Courses in Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology and Mathematics are available. Arts students can also take up mathematics as one of the graduation subjects.
Postgraduate teaching in History, Economics, Political Science, Philosophy, Sociology, Hindi, English, Sanskrit, Home Science, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Botany and zoology commenced on 2nd May 1985. But due to inadequate number of teachers and absence of infrastructure facilities , P.G. teaching in some subjects had to be discontinued. Currently, provision for P.G teaching exists only in Sociology, Home Science, Economics, Psychology and Chemistry.
Courses in Commerce, Bachelor of Computer Applications, and PGDCA (Post Graduate Diploma in Compter Applications) are conducted under self financed schemes. One Year diploma course in Women and Child Welfare, and Population Education are organized under the Department of Sociology. Thus, the college today is known for offering courses in no less than thirty different branches of knowledge.
The college library being quite rich, enhances the academic ambience of the institution. Most of the standard textbooks and reference books are available to students and teachers. There are three separate reading rooms. The college library can boast of a rich collection of about 1,20,000 titles, and the modernizations of the library is in progress.
An extension counter of The Allahabad bank is located within the college campus for the convenience of the students and the staff.
Each year the number of students admitted has been increasing. In 1946-47 only 59 students sought admission, whereas today more than three thousand students are enrolled. Since its inception the college has grown remarkably.
For the all round personality development of the students, special care is taken to encourage extra-curricular activities. A number of committees and societies are earnestly involved in this task. Some important bodies are Students Central Society, Students Common Room, Athletic Society, Dramatic and Debating Societies, Planning Forum, National Service Scheme, and N.C.C. Separate literary societies exist for English, Hindi, Maithili etc. Science and IT Society, Sociological Society, Music Society etc., are also contributing substantially towards this end.
The main building of the college houses all the departments except those of Music and Home Science. The Principal’s chamber and the Administrative office too find their spaces in the same premises. The department of Music, Chemistry Laboratory, Allahabad Bank, Telephone Booth and Cyber Café, as also sports and NSS halls are located in the old building. The old building is of special importance in the history of Patna University, for in 1917, it housed the inaugural office. The Home Science department functions in an independent building, east of the sports ground.
In 2004 an alumnae association was formed. The students and teachers of this college have posted impressive achievements in various walks of life. Among the lady doctors, the name of Anmola Sinha is most notable. Mrs. Ramola Nandi and Mrs. Lalita Singh, as Vice-Chancellors of Patna and Bihar Universities respectively, rose to the highest academic office of the state. Mrs. Nandi was also D.P.I. in the government of the Bihar. As such, women have had little representation in the politics of Bihar, nonetheless some alumnae of this college, like Mrs. Tarkeshwari Sinha, Dr. Shakuntala Sinha, Dr. Girija Sinha, Dr. Sukhada Pandey, Dr. Rita Verma and Dr. Kiran Ghai have made their mark in this field as well. Celebrated folk song singer, Padmshree Srimati Sharda Sinha, too, is an ex-student of this college. Of late, Neelakshi Singh has earned national acclaim as a sensitive story writer of the younger generation. With such inspiring achievements of its ex-students, the college has been successfully promoting the cause of female education in Bihar. It is always gratifying to remember that a good number of alumnae of this college have attained positions of eminence in such varied fields as education, medicine, politics, administration, arts and science.
For the security of the college, sufficient number of guards are posted in different sectors of the campus.
The college administration is engaged in a relentless effort to realize the aspirations and objectives with which the institution was founded.
With the intent to give contemporary social relevance to higher education, introduction of self-financing schemes like, P.G. Diploma in Women and Child Welfare, Population Studies, Computer Applications and Graduation level Commerce teaching are proving to be quite rewarding.
At the graduation and post graduation levels 80 to 90 percent examinees of this college are successful and in some subjects they secure even top ranks in the university.
A fairly large group of dedicated teachers is keeping the college academically vibrant and abreast with advancing knowledge. On the basis of their researches and specializations, such teachers have been participating in national and international symposia and taking keen interest in UGC refresher courses. Their association with outside institutions, apart from raising their intellectual stature, has led quite frequently to the publication of their research papers in journals and magazines of repute.
To preserve the academic environment, all round discipline is maintained within the campus.
The relationship between boarders and superintendents of the college hostels is based not only on habitual observance of common courtesies, but is appreciably warm and homely as well.
The college is permanently affiliated under section 12 B of U.G.C act since 1952.
It was for the first time accredited with B++ grade by the UGC NAAC in November 2004 during the tenure or Prof. Dr. Sukhada Pandey.
The college was then Re-Accredited with ‘A’ Grade in January 2013 during the tenure of Prof. Dr. Dolly Sinha.
The College was awarded College with Potential for Excellence (CPE) status accorded by the UGC on Sept 16, 2011 (2011-16) vide letter no F. No.12-1/2010 (NS/PE).

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