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Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj
Nagpur University
Information Brochure for Students
2012
Department of Students Welfare
Shrimant Purnachandra Buty Hall, Ramdaspeth,
Nagpur- 440 010
Published by:
Dr. Ashok Gomase
Registrar,
Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj
Nagpur University, Nagpur
Printed at:
Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj
Nagpur University, Mudranalaya
Nagpur
Note: The information given in this booklet is likely to be changed from
time to time and this booklet is for restricted circulation.
INDEX
Sr.
No.
Content
Page No.
1-2
01.
Introduction
02.
About the University
03.
Locations and Telephone Numbers of Various
Administrative and Teaching Departments
4-8
04.
Courses Offered by the University in Post Graduate
Departments
9-18
05.
List of Courses of Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj
Nagpur University
19-33
06.
Extracurricular & Extension Activities
34-48
07.
Students Employment, Self Employment, Information
& Guidance Centre
08.
IAS and other Competitive Examination Coaching
Centers
50-51
09.
Scholarships & Fellowship for U.G., P.G. &
Research Students
52-59
10.
Examination Schedule for Submitting Forms of
Summer and Winter Examinations
60-65
3
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INTRODUCTION
There are number of welfare Schemes and programmes for the Students of
Post Graduate Teaching Departments, Conducted and affiliated Colleges of the
University. It has been observed that students are not aware about all these schemes.
Every year Central & State Government, UGC, AICTE, and University through
various schemes provide scholarships or fellowships to Students. There are some
welfare schemes for students like medical reimbursement, accident benefit, financial
aids and students welfare fund. It was found that the needy students are not deriving
benefits of such schemes. Taking into consideration these aspects a committee was
constituted by the Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor to publish an Information Brochure for
students in order to make them aware about schemes which can prove to be useful.
These schemes are operated through various departments of the university.
Therefore basic information about these schemes are compiled in one booklet. It is
expected that the students desirous to avail benefits of these schemes will be able to
get the required information.
It is expected that this publication would be useful to encourage students to
derive the maximum benefits of the available schemes. Information of some schemes
is also available on the website of the University- www.nagpuruniversity.org. An
attempt has been made to incorporate information about the various courses available
for the students of Post Graduate Departments, affiliated and conducted colleges
under various faculties in the university. Activities of the University are varied in
nature. The focuses of the activities is always our students and are performed through
various centers, sub centers and departments. Information about these centers and
facilities available for students are provided through this brochure. We are confident
that this will act as a guide to the students and parents.
We feel happy to present first edition of this information brochure. The information
and other details are likely to be changed in future.
1
Committee Appointed by Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor for Publication
of Information Brochure
1. Dr. Vinayak S. Deshpande
: Member, Management Council
_
Chairman
2. Adv. Mohan Bajpayee
: Senate Member
_
Member
3. Shri Balu Shelke
: Senate Member
_
Member
4. Dr. Bhau Dayadar
: NSS Coordinator
_
Member
5. Dr. Mrs. Shashi Wanjari
: Coordinator University employment
& Guidance Bureau
_
6. Shri Puran Meshram
: Finance & Account Officer
_
Member
7. Dr. Promod Sharma
: Director, HRD Cell
_
Member
8. Dr. Vikas Jambhulkar
: Director, SC & ST Coaching Center
_
Member
9. Dr. Anil Hirekhan
: Dy. Registrar (Development Dept.)
_
Member
10. Dr. Naresh Patil
: Warden, Uni. Boys & L.I.T. Hostel
_
Member
11. Shri Sunil Ghisad
: Training & Placement Officer
_
Member
12. Shri Umakant Balle
: President Student Council
_
Member
13. Dr. Arun Patil
: Director, Student Welfare
_
Secretary
2
Member
ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY
Nagpur University comes in to existence on 4th Aug, 1923. This is the oldest
university in Central India started with 917 students in 6 colleges with Arts, Science, Law &
Education faculties. Later from this university Sagar, Jabalpur, Amravati, Dr. P.D.K.
University and Akola University got bifurcated and the jurisdiction of Nagpur University was
reduced to Chandrapur, Gadchiroli, Gondia, Bhandara, Wardha & Nagpur. The name of
Nagpur University has been changed as “Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University”
vide Maharashtra Government Gazette part VIII on 4th May, 2005. At present there are 37
Post Graduate Departments, 3 conducted colleges and 802 affiliated colleges in six districts
of Eastern Maharashtra.
Our university has two libraries i.e. V.B. Kolte Library, Ramdaspeth and P.V.
Narsimha Rao University Campus Library with about 3.6 lacs Books, 11,600 Ph.D. Thesis,
2011 Journals and 35,300 bounded journals. Both the libraries have been computerized
with e-lab and with more than 40 computers.
Two more Post Graduate Departments have been started from the academic Session
2011-12 i.e. Molecular Biology & Genetic Engg. & Commerce, A new course of Forensic
Science has been introduced in Government Institute of Science.
University is also
introducing integrated, innovative, interdisciplinary courses with choice based credit system.
Besides this, University is also introducing Study Centre, Dual Degree in collaboration with
Foreign Universities, new courses in collaboration with Industries & Scientists. This shall be
extended with training and research. University has also initiated Technology Park, Human
Resource Training Programme, Semester pattern for P.G. courses, integrated program for
M.Tech. with Ph.D.
By using latest techniques university has succeeded in declaring the result of various
examinations in a stipulated period of 45 days nearly 631 summer and 486 winter
examination are conducted every year by the university. Student’s enrollment to examination
forms shall be done on line. University is making efforts to make people aware about
thoughts of Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj on National Integration and Social Justice.
Besides academic programs university is also making progress in other fields e.g.,
NSS, NCC, Sports, Cultural Activities, Adult & Continuing Education. Our students have
shown excellent performance in these fields at National and International levels. Personilities
who have contributed significantly for the welfare of the society in general and performing
outstanding work in public life are also felicitated with “Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj- Jivan
Sadhana Awards” at the time of university foundation day programme. Teaching, Nonteaching, staff & students are also felicitated during this programme for their valuable
contribution in their respective fields.
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LOCATIONS AND TELEPHONE NUMBERS OF
VARIOUS ADMINISTRATIVE & ACADEMIC
DEPARTMENTS
(A) CHATRAPATI SHIVAJI MAHARAJ UNIVERSITY MAIN OFFICE,
CAMPUS, MAHARAJ BAGH, CIVIL LINES, NAGPUR, 440 001
(a)
Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor’s office
(b)
Registrar’s office
(c)
Other offices
1.
Deputy Registrar (Admn. & Establishment)
2.
Asstt. Registrar (Admn.)
2522991
3.
Deputy Registrar (College Section)
2529932
4.
Deputy Registrar (Acad.)
2560624
5.
Asstt. Registrar (Acad.)
2532063
6.
Deputy Registrar (Ph.D. Cell)
6580303,2542983 (FAX)
7.
Deputy Registrar (B.C. Cell)
2550993
8.
University Press Manager
2522966
9.
Grievance Statute & Ordinance Department
2551643
10.
University Hobby Workshop
3296007
2523045
2532841 (FAX)
2525417
2555701 (FAX)
2522706
(B) UNIVERSITY LIBRARY PREMISES, RAMDASPETH, NAGPUR
– 440 010
(a) Allied Departments
1.
University Library
2425939 & 2424903
2420420 (FAX)
2.
Publication Section
2426965
3.
S.C & S.T. OBC , Minority, Pre Exam Coaching
2456765
Centre
4.
University Students Council & Director of Students 2053477 2433286 (FAX)
Welfare Office
(b)
Teaching Departments
1.
Pali & Pakrit Department
2440347
2.
Indian & Foreign Languages Department
2450746
3.
University Library & Information Science Dept,
2448577,2448517 (FAX)
4.
Department of Dr. Ambedkar Thought
2427428
5
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Chair
2641646
4
(C) D. LAXMINARAYAN (LAW COLLEGE) CAMPUS,
NEAR LAW COLLEGE SQUARE, NAGPUR – 440 001
(a)
Teaching Department
1.
Dr. Ambedkar University College Law
2532065,2525548 (FAX)
2.
Bar.S. K. Wankhede University College of
2520775
Education
3.
Post Graduate Department of Education
2531668
4.
Post Graduate Department of Geology
2532411,2546637 (FAX)
5.
Post Graduate Department of Physical Education
2520448
6.
Department of Business Management
2525389
7.
P.G.T.D. Law Department
2552206
(b)
Administrative Offices
1.
Director of Physical Education
2531696
2.
University Health Centre
2523492
3.
University Employment & Guidance Bureau
2562743
4.
Estate Officer & Vidyarthi Bhavan
2547386
5.
University Men’s Hostel
2532062
D) L.I.T. CAMPUS, AMRAVATI ROAD, NAGPUR – 440 033
(a)
Teaching Department
1.
Laxmi Narayan Institute of Technology
2561107,
2.
Department of Biochemistry
2522197
3.
Department of Microbiology
25362223
4.
Rajiv Gandhi Department of Biotechnology
2552080,2560620 (FAX)
(b)
2531659
Administrative Offices
(a) Exam Bhavan
1.
Controller of Examination
2.
Superintendent (Examination)
2053674 , 6582525
2567175 (FAX)
6580313
3.
Superintendent (Results)
2534280
4.
Deputy Registrar (Pre Exam)
2531244
5.
General Exam & Enquiry
6580304
6.
Professional Examination
2550547 & FAX
7.
Revaluation Section
2550548
8.
Deputy Registrar (Post Exam)
2523298
5
9.
Confidential Section
2546263
10.
Confidential Superintendent
6566875
11.
Ph.D. Cell
6580303
(b) Foreign Students Advisor
Mandela Hostel
(c) Women’s Education Centre
Nelson 2562531
2228676
2561151
(d) LIT Hostel
(E) ACADEMIC STAFF COLLEGE PREMISES, NEAR VNIT
SOUTH AMBAZARI ROAD, NAGPUR- 440 010
1.
Academic Staff College
2231967
2.
Department of Sericulture
2228732
(F) GURUNANAK BHAVAN PREMISES, OPPOSITE UNIVERSITY
CAMPUS, NAGPUR – 440 033
(a)
Teaching Department
1.
Department of Fine Arts
(b)
1.
Other Department
National Service Scheme
2541599
2.
Adult & Continuing Education
2530860
3.
P.G.T.D. & Pharmacy Students Hostel
2526295
4.
University Guest House
2526824
(G) GANDHI BHAVAN PREMISES, NEAR LAD COLLEGE,
NAGPUR – 440 010
(a)
Teaching Department
1.
Department of Gandhian Thought
2247495 & FAX
2.
Department of Sanskrit
2247644 & FAX
(b)
Other Department
1.
University Girls Hostel
2246854
6
H) MAHATMA JYOTIBA FULE UNIVERSITY EDUCATIONAL
CAMPUS, AMRAVATI ROAD, NAGPUR – 440 033
(a)
Teaching Departments
1.
Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences
2500324, 2500355 FAX
2.
Department of Zoology
2040073
3.
Department of Chemistry
2500429
4.
Department of Physics
2042086, 2041093
5.
Department of Botany
2500088
6.
Department of Mathematics
2500322 / 2042089
7.
Department of Statistics
2500447, 2500383
8.
Department of Electronics & Computer Science
2500441, 2500326
9.
Department of Home Science
2500370
10.
Department of Ancient & Indian History
2040765
11.
Department of Travel & Tourism
2500087
12.
Department of Molecular Biology
2500088
13.
Department of Commerce
2525389
14.
Department of Psychology
2500084
15.
Department of Mass Communication
2500290 & FAX
16.
Department of Political Science
2500323
17.
Department of Public Administration
2500085
18.
Department of Humanities
2500323
19.
Department of History
2500323
20.
Department of Economics
2500323
21.
Department of Sociology
2500323
22.
Department of Philosophy
2500323
23.
Department of Marathi
2500323
24.
Department of Hindi
2500323
25.
Department of English
2500323
(b)
Administrative Offices
1.
University Engineer
2500495
2.
Director B.C.U.D.
2042962 / 2500736
3.
Finance Section
7
4.
Finance & Accounts Officer
2040436
5.
Deputy Registrar (Accounts)
2020290
6.
Asstt. Registrar (Audit)
2042088 / 2500241
7.
Superintendent (Store)
2500123
8.
Deputy Registrar (Development)
2041014
9.
Garden Superintendent
2500429
10.
Human Resource Cell (Beside canteen)
2500323
11.
Career & Counseling Cell (HRD) Development
(c)
Other Facilities
1.
Bank of India, RTM Nagpur University, Campus 2500654
Branch
2.
University Campus Post Office
2500361
3.
Campus Canteen
25000323
4.
Campus Library
2500430
5.
I/C University Website & Information Scientist
2500430
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
LIST OF COURSES OF RASHTRASANT TUKADOJI
MAHARAJ NAGPUR UNIVERSITY
FACULTY OF ARTS
Name of Courses
Eligibility
Duration and
Ordinance/
Direction No.
Full Time/
Part Time
Certificate course ini) English, ii) French, iii) Russian,
iv) Telugu, v) Bengali, vi) German
vii) Urdu
12th Std. (10+2) in
any stream with
English necessary as
one of the subject
One Year
Ord. No. 162
Full Time
Examination
Held Once/
Twice in a
year
Once
Junior Diploma ini) English, ii) French, iii) Russian,
iv) Bengali, v) German vi) Telugu
vii) Urdu
Certificate Course in
relevant subject
One Year
Ord. No. 162
Full Time
Once
Higher Diploma ini) English, ii) French, iii) Russian,
iv) Telugu, v) Bengali, vi) German
vii) Urdu
Junior Diploma
Course
in the relevant subject
One Year
Ord. No. 162
Full Time
Once
Diploma In Oriental Learning
Pre. Jr. In O.L. Pranj Sanskrit/Jr.
Dip. O.L. Pranj Sanskrit/ Sr. Dip. In
O.L. Visharad-1/Sr. Dip. In O.L.
Vish arad-Ii/Hr. Dip. In O.L.
Sanskrit-I/Shastri/Hr. Dip. In O.L.
Shastri-II/Jr. Diploma In O.L.
Persian/Jr. Diploma In Arabic Sr.
Diploma in O.L. Persian/Sr. Dip. In
O.L. Arabic Hr. Dip. In O.L.
Persian/ Hr. Dip. In O.L. Arabic
P.G. Diploma in English Teaching
Jr. Diploma Oriental
in the relevant subject
Jr.
Two Years
Full Time
Once
One Year
Ord. No. 39 of
1991
Full Time
Once
Three Months
--
Once
One Year
Full Time
Once
Three Years
Ord. No.146
Full Time
Jr. Dip. Oriental
Diploma in
i) English ii) French iii) German
iv) Russian
Advanced Diploma in
i) English ii) French iii) German
iv) Russian
Certificate Course in Spoken
English
Diploma in English Teaching
Graduate
Bachelor of Arts & Social Sciences
(B.A. I, II, III)
12th Std. (10+2)
19
Ord. No. 37
B.A.
1. Compl. English 2. Compl.
Language 3. Any Three of the
Following subjects:English Literature
Literature of the Modern Languages
(Mar. Hin. Urdu, Telugu, Bengali,
Gujarati, French, German and
Russian)
Literature of the Classical
Languages:(Sanskrit, Arabic, Persian, Pali &
Prakrit) Mathematics History,
Geography Economics, Philosophy
Indian Music:(Tabala, European Music) Home
Economics Sociology
Psychology Statistics A.I.H.C. &
Arch. Political Science Public
Admn. Linguistics Military Science
(NCC) Gandhian Thought
Drama Suppl. English
Communicative English Functional
Hindi Functional English Functional
Sanskrit Archeology Musicology
Dr. Ambedkar Thought Fashion
Design Buddhist Studies RTM
Thought
Bachelor of Fine Arts
12th Std. (10+2)
Master of Arts –
i) English ii) Marathi, iii) Hindi,
iv) Urdu, v) Sanskrit vi) Gujrathi,
vii) Pali and Prakrit, viii) Persian,
ix) Arabic, x) Bengali, xi) inguistics
B.A. Degree
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Once
Ord. No.36
M.A.
Graduate of Any
Master of Fine Arts
(Appl. Arts& Painting)
Faculty
Sculpture/Drawing/Dance/Drama/Mu
sic (Classical Vocal/Classical
Instrumental).
M. Phil.
i) English ii) Marathi iii) Hindi
iv) Sanskrit v) Pali and Prakrit,
vi) Music
Four Years
Ord. No.28 of
1984
B.F.A.
Two Years
Master Degree in
respective Course 50%
Second Division
20
Two Years
Direction No.
25 of 2002
M.F.A.
One Year
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Post B.Sc. Diploma in Applied Botany
Diploma in Sericulture
P.G. Diploma in Aquaculture
Post B.Sc. Diploma in Computer Science
&Application
P.G. Diploma in Applied Statistics (Self
Finance)
Diploma in Hardware & Networking
Technology
P.G. Diploma in Sericulture BioTechnology
P.G. Diploma in Environmental BioTechnology
P.G. Diploma Nano-Technology
P.G. Diploma in Bio-Chemical Genomics
P.G. Diploma in Digital & Cyber
Forensic & Related Law
P.G. Diploma in Forensic Science &
Related Law
Bachelor of Science
Compl. Eng. Suppl. Eng. Marathi Hindi
Sanskrit Gujarathi Telugu Bengali
Urdu French German Russian Mathematics
Geology Statistics Microbiology Bio-chemistry
Envi.l Science Computer Science
Computer Maint. Bio-technology
Chemistry Botany Zoology
Electronics Physics Industrial Chemistry
Electronics Equipment Maint. (vocational)
Industrial Fish & Fisheries Geo-exploration &
Drilling Tech. Sericulture Information Tech.
B.Sc.
One Year
Ord. No. 24
of 1996
12th Std. (10+2)
One Year
Ord. No. 10
of 1987
B.Sc.
One Year
Ord. No. 13
of 1995
B.Sc. or B.E. or
One Year
B. Tech.
Ord. No. 24
of 2009
P.G.D.C.S.
A.
Any Graduate
One Year
Ord. No. 28
of 2009
th
12 Std. (10+2)
One Year
Ord. No.18
of 2009
B.Sc.
One Year
Ord. No. 11
of 2010
B.Sc.
Ord. No. 7
of 2010
M.Sc. or B.E.
One Year
Ord. No. 9
of 2010
B.Sc.
One Year
Ord. No. 8
of 2010
B.Sc. B.A. with
One Year
Psychology Law, Direction
Medical Science,
No.12 of
Pharmacy
2011
B.Sc. , B.A. with One Year
PsychologyLaw,
Direction
Medical Science,
No.13 of
Pharmacy
2011
12th Std. (10+2)
Three
Years Ord.
No. 143
B.Sc.
21
Full Time
Once
Full Time
Once
Full Time
Once
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Once
Full Time
Once
Full Time
Once
Full Time
Once
Full Time
Once
Full time
Once
Full time
Once
Full Time
Twice
Bachelor of Computer Application
12th Std. (10+2)
Bachelor of Science (Information Tech.)
12th Std. (10+2)
B.Sc. in Forensic Science
(Semester Pattern)
12th Std. (10+2)
Three
Years Ord.
No. 17 of
2009
BCA
Three
Years Ord.
No. 29 of
2009)
B.Sc. (IT)
Three
Years
Direction
No. 12 of
2011
B.Sc.
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Semester
Full Time
Semester
Full Time
Twice
Full time
Once
(Forensic
Science)
Master of Science –
i) Chemistry ii) Physics
iii) Biochemistry iv) Microbiology
v) Zoology vi) Geology vii) Botany
vii) Mathematics viii) Statistics
ix) Computer Science x) Electronics
xi) Environmental Sci.
xii) Sericulture xiii) Information Tech.
(Semester Pattern) xiv) Bio-Technology
(Semester Pattern)
Master of Science Tech. (Applied Geology)
Master of Computer Application
M.Sc. in Molecular Biology & Genetic
Engg.
Credit Based System
(Semester Pattern)
M. Phil. in Science
i) Chemistry ii) Physics
iii) Biochemistry iv) Zoology
v) Botany vi) Mathematics
vii) Statistics viii) Computer Science ix)
Electronics
x) Environmental Science
xi) Geology
B.Sc. with
respective
subject B.C.A.,
B.C.S B.Sc. in
Computer
Science , IT
with 50% marks
B.Sc.
Two Years
Ord. No. 49
M.Sc.
Two Years
Ord. No. 27
of 2009
Ord. No. 6
of 2009
Three
Years Ord.
No. 49
M.Sc.
(Tech)
Any Graduate
Two Years
Ord. No. 17
of 2009
M.C.A.
B.Sc. with Life
Two Years
Sciences or
(4 Sem.)
Biological
Direction No.
Sciences
14 of 2010
Pharmacy, B.Sc.
M.Sc.
Agriculture or
Molecular
Fisheries or
Biology &
Veterinary
Genetic
Sciences
Engg.
Master Degree in One Year
respective course
Ord. No.
with 50% marks
164
Second Division
M. Phil.
22
FACULTY OF LAW
P. G. Diploma in Consumer Laws
Any Graduate
P.G. Diploma in Cyber Law and
Information Tech
.
P. G. Diploma in Human Rights &
Duties Education
Any Graduate
One Year
P.G.D.C.L.
One Year
P.G.D.C./I.T.
Full Time
Once
Full Time
Once
Any Graduate
One Year
P.D.H.R.D.E.
Full Time
Once
P.G. Diploma in Labour Law
Any Graduate
Full Time
Once
P.G. Diploma in Banking Laws
Any Graduate
One Year
P.D.l.. L.
One Year
P.G.D.B.L.
Full Time
Once
P.G. Diploma in Industrial &
Intellectual Property Laws
Any Graduate
One Year
P.G.D.I.I.P.L.
Full Time
Once
P.G. Diploma in Human
Resources Development Laws
Any Graduate
One Year
Full Time
Once
P.G. Diploma in Law/Health &
Medicine
P.G. Diploma in Environmental
Laws
P.G. Diploma in Taxation Law
Any Graduate
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Once
Full Time
Once
P.G. Diploma in Panchayatraj
Law
P.G. Diploma in Dr.B.R.
Ambedkar Thought and Indian
Legal System
Any Graduate
One Year
P.G.D.LH.M.
One Year
P.G.D.E.L.
One Year
P.G.D.T.
One Year
P.G.D.P.R.
One Year
P.G.D.I.L.A.T
Full Time
Once
Full Time
Once
Bachelor of Laws (Semester
Pattern)
12th Std.
(10+2)
5 Years
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Once
Full Time
Once
B.A. LL.B. Honours (Semester
Pattern)
Bachelor of Laws (Semester
Pattern)
Master of Law
(Semester Pattern)
Master of Law (External) (Semester
Pattern)
Master of Human Rights Duties
Edu. (MHRDE)
Master of Cyber Law &
Information Technology
P.G.D.H.R.D.L.
Any Graduate
Any Graduate
Any Graduate
B.A. LL.B.
th
12 Std.
5 Years
(10+2)
BA LL.B.
(Honours)
Any Graduate
3 Years
LL.B.
LL.B. (3 yrs.) or
2 yrs
LL.B. (5 yrs.)
(4Sem.)
LL.M.
LL.B. (3 yrs.)
2 yrs
or LL.B. (5
(4Sem.)
yrs.)
LL.M.
Any Graduate
Two Year
M.H.R.D.E.
Any Graduate
Two Year
M.C.L.I.T.
23
FACULTY OF MEDICINE
Diploma in Medical Laboratory
Tech.
B.Sc. Degree
P.G. Diploma in :-
B.Sc. with
Biotechnology,
Biochemistry,
Microbiology
with Chemistry
i) Pharmacogenomics
ii) Clinical Research
iii) Bio-informatics
One Year
Full Time
Twice
One Year
Direction
No. 8 of 2008
Full Time
Once
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Once
P.G.
Diploma
M.Sc. Biotechnology,
Bio-chemistry
Microbiology,
or Life
Sciences, of B.
Pharm, or M.
Pharm, or
M.B.B.S.
Law Graduate
with Science
Bachelor of Pharmaceutical
Sciences
12th Std. (10+2)
Four Year
Ordinance
No. 36 of
2009
B. Pharm.
Master Pharmaceutical Sciences
in:-–
i) Pharmaceutics
B. Pharm.
Two Year
Ordinance
No. 37 of
2009
ii) Pharmaceutical
M. Pharm.
iii) Chemistry
iv) Pharmacology
v) Pharmacognosy &
Phytochemistry
vi) Biotechnology
vii) Quality Assurance
viii) Industrial Pharmacy
ix) Pharmacoinformatics
x) Clinical Pharmacy
xi) Natural Products
xii) Pharmaceutical Mgt.
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FACULTY OF COMMERCE
Diploma in Business Management
P. G. Diploma in Computer
Commercial Application
Graduate
Degree or
Professional
Diploma or a
Certificate
from
concerned
institute
Any Graduate
Degree
One Year
Ord. No. 23 of
2006
D.B.M.
Full Time
Twice
One Year
Direction No.
19 of 2002.
P.G.D.C.C.A
One Year
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Once
P. G. Diploma in –
i) Industrial Relation &Personnel
Mgt.
ii) Financial Mgt.
iii) Marketing Mgt.
iv) Taxation
v) Office Mgt.
vi) Farm Mgt.
vii)Company Secretary Ship
viii) Co-operative Mgt.
ix) Bank Mgt.
Bachelor of Commerce
Degree in Arts
Science,
Commerce,
Engg. & Tech.
12th Std.
(10+2)
MCVC &
D.Ed. with
English
Three Years
Ord. No. 9 of
1987
Ord. No. 6 of
1986
Direction No.
11 of 2002
B.Com.
Full Time
Twice
Bachelor of Commerce (Computer
12th Std.
(10+2) MCVC
& D.Ed. with
English
12th Std.
(10+2) D.Ed.
with English
Three Years
Ord. No. 24 of
2006
B.C.A.
Three Years
Ord. No. 26 of
2006
B.B.A.
Three Years
Direction No.
13 of 2010
B.B.A.
Functional
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Twice
Application)
Bachelor of Business
Administration (BBA)
Ord. No. 156
B.B.A. Functional :i) Marketing Management
ii) International Business
Management
iii) Hospitality Management
iv) Logistics & Supply Chain
Management
v) Industry Integrated Management
vi) Business Economics
12th Std.
(10+2)
With one of
the subject
English,
MCVC
Bachelor of Commerce
(Foreign Trade)
12th Std.
(10+2)
With one of
the subject
English,
MCVC
Three Years
Direction No.
12 of 2010
Master of Commerce
B. Com.
Master of Commerce (Professional)
B.Com.
Two Years
Ord. No. 25 of
2006
M.Com.
Two Years
Draft Ord. No.
B. Com.
(Foreign
Trade)
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Master of Business
Administration
Any Degree
Exam.
Master of Industrial Relation and
Personnel Mgt. (MIRPM)
Any Degree
Exam.
Master of Computer Management
Any Degree
Exam.
M. Phil. in Commerce
M. Com. 50%
22 of 1994
M.Com.
(Professional)
Two Years
4 sem. Ord.
No. 23 of 2006
M.B.A.
Two Years
Ord. No. 19 of
1994
M.I.R.P.M.
Two Years
Ord. No. 18 of
2002
M.C.M.
One Year
Ord. No. 164
M. Phil.
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Once
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Once
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Once
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Once
Full Time
Once
Full time
Once
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Bachelor of Physical
Education(BPE)
12th Std.
(10+2)
Bachelor of Education
Degree
Exam.
B. Ed. Special Education (Mental
Retardation)
Any Graduate
Three Year
Ord. No. 74
B. P.E..
One Year
Ord. No. 9 of
2005
B. Ed.
One Year
Direction No.
11 of 2011
B. Ed. Special
Education (M.
R.)
Bachelor of Physical Edu.(B. P.
Ed.)
Graduate
Master of Education
B. Ed.
Master of Physical Education
B. P. Ed.
M. Phil.
Education
Physical Education.
Master Degree
in respective
course with 50%
marks
One Year
Ord. No. 79
B. P.Ed.
One Year
Ord. No. 34 of
1992
M. Ed.
Two Year
Ord. No. 155
M.P. Ed.
One Year
Ord. No. 164
M. Phil.
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FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
B. E. in –
i) Electronics Engg. ii) Electronics
& Tele-communication Engg.
12th Std.
4 Year
(8Sem) B. E.
Full Time
Twice
4 Years
Part Time
Twice
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Twice
(10 + 2)
iii) Instrumentation Engg. iv) Power
Electronics Engg. v) Industrial
Electronics Engg. vi) Electronics
Design Tech. vii) Electrical (E and P)
Engg. viii) Mechanical Engg.
ix) Metallurgical Engg. x) Mining
Engg. xi) Civil Engg. xii)
Production Engg. xiv) Industrial
Engg. xv) Computer Tech. xvi)
Computer Sci. Engg. xvii)
Computer Engg. xviii) Information
Tech. xix) Power Engg. xx)
Aeronautical Engg.
B. E. Part Time in –
i) Electronics Engg.
ii) Electrical (E&P) Engg.
Diploma in
Engineer-ing
in respective
branch
(8Sem) B. E.
iii) Mechanical Engg.
iv) Civil Engg.
v) Computer Technology
B. E.
(Fire Engineering)
B. Sc. Ist year 3 ½ Years
with
Physics,
Chemistry,
Maths. IInd &
IIIrd year with (7 Sem) B. E.
either Physics
or Chemistry or
Maths as one of
the compulsory
compulsory
subject
B. Tech.
12th Std.
(Bio-technology)
(10 + 2)
4 Years
(8Sem)
B.Tech.
B. Tech.
12th Std.
(Chemical Engg.)
(10 + 2)
4 Years
(8Sem)
B.Tech.
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B. Tech.
(Chemical Tech.) in
i) Petrolseum Refinery & PetroChemical Tech.,
ii) Food Tech.,
iii) Oil Tech.,
iv) Pulp & Paper Tech.
v) Plastic & Polymer Tech.,
vi) Surface coating Tech.
12th Std.
(10 + 2)
B. Arch.
12th Std.
5 Years
(10 + 2)
10 Sem B.
4 Years
(8Sem) B.
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Twice
Tech.
Arch.
B. Arch. (Interior Design)
12th Std.
(10 + 2)
5 Years
(Yrs.)
10 Sem B.
Arch.
M. Tech. :i) Chemical Engg.
ii) Chemical Tech.:Oil Tech.
Petrochemical Tech.
Food Tech.
Paints Tech.
Pulp & paper Tech.
iii) Bio-Technology Engg.
M. Tech.:- in
i) Environmental Engg.,
ii) Structural Engg.,
iii) Production Engg.,
iv) Electronics Engg.,
v) Energy Mgt. system
vi) Mechanical Engg. Design
vii) Heat Power Engg.
viii) VLSI Design
ix) CAD/CAM
x) Computer Science
xi) Industrial Engg.
xii) Integrated Power System
xiii) Master of Design (Industrial
Design)
xiv) Geo-Technology,
xv)Electronics (communication)
xvi) Electrical (PEPS)
B. Tech. or B.
E. Degree in
2 Years
respective
4 Sem M.
branches
Tech.
B. Tech. or B.
E. Degree in
respective
branches
2 Years
4 Sem M.
Tech.
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FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
Certificate Course in Social
Work
SSC 10th Std.
in any stream
Two Years
Ord. No. 18
of 1990
Full Time
Twice
C.S.W.
Certificate Course in Library
Science
SSC 10th Std.
in any stream
One Year C.
Lib.
Full Time
Twice
P. G. Diploma in Geoinformatics
Any Graduate
One Year
Ord. No. 11
of 1994
Full Time
Twice
Diploma in Local Self
Government
12th Std.
(10+2) in any
stream
One Year
Full Time
Once
P.G. Diploma in Panchayat Raj
Admn.
Any Graduate
One Year
Ord. No. 16
of 1996
Full Time
Once
P.G. Diploma in Video
Programming (News & Current
Affairs)
Any Graduate
One Year
Ord. No. 27
of 1996
Full Time
Once
P.G. Diploma in Travel &
Tourism
Any Graduate
One Year
Ord. No. 11
of 1994
Full Time
Once
P.G. Diploma in Woman Studies
& Development
Any Graduate
One Year
Direction No.
7 of 2009
Full Time
Once
One Year
Full Time
Three Years
Ord. No.146
Full Time
P.G. Diploma in Gandhian
Thought
Bachelor of Arts & Social
Sciences
12th Std.
(10+2)
(B.A. I, II, III)
1. Compl. English
B.A.
2. Compl. Language
3. Any Three of the Following
subjects:English Literature
Literature of the Modern
Languages
(Mar. Hin. Urdu, Telugu, Bengali,
Gujarati, French, German and
Russian)
Literature of the Classical
Languages:(Sanskrit, Arabic, Persian, Pali &
Prakrit)
Mathematics
History,
Geography
Economics,
Philosophy
Indian Music:(Tabala, European Music)
Home Economics
Sociology
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Twice
Psychology
Statistics
A.I.H.C. & Arch.
Political Science
Public Admn.
Linguistics
Military Science (NCC)
Gandhian Thought
Drama
Suppl. English
Communicative Eng.
Functional Hindi
Functional English
Functional Sanskrit
Archeology
Musicology
Dr. Ambedkar Thought
Fashion Design
Buddhist Studies
RTM Thought
Bachelor of Arts (Rural Services)
12th Std.
(10+2)
Bachelor of Social Work
12th Std.
(10+2) or
CSW
Bachelor of Journalism
Any Degree
exam.
Bachelor of Library and
Information Science
Any Degree
exam.
Three Years
Ord. No. 148
B.A.R.S.
Three Years
Ord. No. 136
B.S.W.
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Twice
One Year
Ord. No. 11
of 2008
B.J.
One Year
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Twice
Ord. No. 4 of
2003
B.Lib. Sci.
Bachelor of Animation &
Multimedia
As per
Direction
Three Years
Direction No.
4 of 2010
Full Time
Twice
Bachelor of Production (Film &
TV)
As per
Direction
One Year
Full Time
Twice
Direction No.
5 of 2010
Bachelor of Acting
As per
Direction
One Year
Direction No.
6 of 2010
Full Time
Twice
As per
Direction
One Year
Direction No.
7 of 2010
Full Time
Twice
(Film & TV)
Bachelor of Business
Communication
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Master of Arts –
i) History,
B.A. Degree
Two Years
Ord. No. 36
Full Time
Twice
Two Year
M.S.W.
Full Time
Twice
Two Years
Ord. No. 23
of 1994
Full Time
Once
Two Years
Direction
No. 3 of 2003
M.L.I.S.C.
Two Years
Ord. No. 12
of 1998
MLS
Two Year
Sem. Pattern
Ord. No. 12
of 2008
M.A. in
Mass
Communicat
ion
Two Years
Direction
No. 8 of 2010
Full Time
Once
Full Time
Once
Full Time
Twice
Full Time
Twice
ii) Economics,
M.A.
iii) Political Science,
iv) Philosophy,
v) A.I.H.C. & Arch.
vi) Public Admn.
vii) Geography
viii) Home Economics
ix) Indian Music
x) Psychology
xi) Sociology
xii) Mathematics
xiii) Statistics
xiv) Dr. Ambedkar Thought
xv) Gandhian Thought
xvi) Women Studies
xvii) Buddhist Studies
Master of Social Work
Master of Travel & Tourism
B.S.W., B.A.,
B.Arch.
Pharmacy
B.Sc. Home
Science
B.Com. with
one Social
Science
Subject
Any Graduate
Master of Library & Information
Science
(2 years integrated course)
B.Lib. &
Information
Science
Master of Labour Studies
Any Graduate
Master of Mass Communication
Any Graduate
Master of Advertising Management
As per
Direction
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M. Phil.
i) History,
ii) Economics,
iii) Political Science,
iv) Philosophy,
v) Geography
vi) Home Economics
vii0 Psychology
viii) Sociology
ix) Social Work
x)Dr. Ambedkar Thought
Master Degree
in respective
Course 50%
second
division
One Year
Ord. No. 164
Full Time
Once
M.Phil.
FACULTY OF HOME SCIENCE
Certificate Course in Clinical
Nutrition & Patient Councelling
As per
Ordinance
Full
Time
Once
As per
Ordinance
One Year Ord.
No. 12 of 2006
M. Phil.
One Year Ord.
No. 35 of 2009
P.G. Diploma in Quality
Assurance of Cosmetic
Full
Time
Once
P.G. Diploma in Fashion
Technology
As per
Ordinance
One and half
Year
Full
Time
Once
Bachelor of Science (Home
Science)
12th Std.
(10+2)
Full
Time
Twice
Bachelor of Interior Design
12th Std.
(10+2)
Full
Time
Twice
Bachelor of Cosmetic Tech.
12th Std.
(10+2)
Full
Time
Twice
Bachelor of Applied Electronics &
Software Tech.
12th Std.
(10+2)
Full
Time
Twice
Bachelor of Hotel Mgt. & Catering
Tech.
12th Std.
(10+2)
Full
Time
Twice
Bachelor of Printing Design
12th Std.
(10+2)
Full
Time
Twice
Bachelor of Fashion Design
12th Std.
(10+2)
Full
Time
Twice
Bachelor of Textile Science
12th Std.
(10+2)
Full
Time
Twice
Bachelor of Khadi Production &
12th Std.
Three Years
Ord. No. 145
B.Sc. (Home
Science)
Five Years Ord.
No. 3 of 1995
B. Tech. (Int.
Des.)
Four Years Ord.
No. 9 of 2003
B. Tech. (Cos.
Tech.)
Four Years Ord.
No. 2 of 1995
B. Tech. (Appl.
Ele)
Four Years Ord.
No. 4 of 1995
B. Tech.
(HMCT)
Three Years
Ord. No. 7 of
2003
B. P.D.
Three Years
Ord. No. 8 of
2003
B. F.D.
Three Years
Ord. No. 6 of
2003
B. T.D.
Three Years
Full
Twice
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Design
(10+2)
Bachelor of Jewelery Design
12th Std.
(10+2)
Time
Three Years
Full
Time
Twice
Bachelor of Fashion Business
Management
Bachelor of Printing Technology
Master of Science (H.Sc.):i) Home Science
ii) Extension & Education,
iii) Food Science & Nutrition,
iv) Human Development,
v) Textile & Clothing,
vi) Family Resource Management
As per
Ordinance
Two Years Ord.
No. 154
M.Sc. (HSc.)
Full
Time
Once
Master of Hospitality & Tourism
Management
Degree in
respective
course
Two Years
Full
Time
Twice
Master of Fashion Design
As per
Direction
Two Years
Full
Time
Twice
Master of Textile Design
As per
Direction
Degree in
respective
course
Two Years
Full
Time
Full
Time
Twice
Full
Time
Once
Master of Cosmetic Technology
M. Tech. Fashion Technology
M. Phil.
i) Food Science & Nutrition,
ii) Human Development,
iii) Textile & Clothing,
iv) Family Resource Management
vi) Extension & Education,
vi) Hotel Mgt. & Catering Tech.
vii) Cosmetic Technology
Two Years
Master Degree
in respective
course with
50% marks
One Year Ord.
No. 164
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Twice
EXTRACURRICULAR AND EXTENSION ACTIVITIES
1. Department of Students Welfare
Dept.of Student Welfare Address: --
Buty Hall, Ramdashpeth, Nagpur—
Tel.No.
:--
0712-2053477 & 2433286
I/C Officer
:--
Dr. Arun Patil,
Director of Student Welfare
(M) 09422808227
440010
1.1 Various Programs: -- Under Department of Students Welfare
Students Welfare Fund, Students Medical Aid Fund, Student Aid Fund, Earn & Learn
Scheme, Student Council Elections, Youth Festivals, Anti Ragging Cell, Avishkar, etc.
1.2 Students Welfare Fund:-This fund can be provided to Students for conducting Various Welfare activities like -1) Organization
of
Workshops,
Competitive
Exams,
Guidance,
personality
development etc.
2) To start college & Dist. Level career counseling information & guidance centers.
3) Aid for major health problem, National Integration & social justice programmes.
4) Felicitation by giving Award to Students who have shown outstanding performance
at National or International level in the field of Academics, Sports, NSS, NCC,
Cultural activities etc.
5) For development of Tribal Students from Triable areas.
6) Organizations of State, Zone, National & Inter National level.
7) For giving partial or full financial assistance to Students participating in
Conference, Seminars, and Workshops etc.
8) Financial assistance for Curricular or extracurricular activities like workshops,
Lectures, Coaching, Training programs for Students.
9) Organization of Self Employment Training, Industry-Institute.
10) For conducting Interactions programmes, Financial Assistance up Rs. 25000/- under
the “Mata Manjulabai Students Safety Scheme” is provided by the University
11) For constraction of permanent structure like Vidyarthi Bhavan, its extension etc.
The details can be obtained from university website.
12) Application formats available in office of Director of Students Welfare or on the
University website.
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1.3 Students Medical Aid Fund Scheme
Students Medical Aid Fund is given to Students who have met with serious
accident or Suffering fem some disease Needy Students whose parent’s income is less than
one lakh per year are eligible to apply for this aid in a prescribed format.
This aid is given to Students who have met with an accident, suites form diseases
like TB, Cancer, Heart and Kidney where for more than a week is to be hospitalized. Medical
Aid Fund is also provided for other serious diseases certified by the Medical Officer.
Maximum aid up to Rs.25, 000 /- or in special cases the Committee may sanction
more under this scheme.
Students have to apply to Director of Students Welfare, Buty Hall
Ramdaspeth,Nagpur With Following documents :-1) Bonafied certificate of College/Department
2) Certificate from the Medical officer where Student was admitted or treated.
3) Expenditure on treatment, Medicines, hospital expenses etc all certified by the
concerned
Medical Officer.
4) Income certificate from the competent authority.
5) Application should be recommended & Forwarded through the Principal/Director or
Head of the institute where applicant is a bonafied Student.
6) Applicant’s parents have to give undertaking that he/she has not taken any other aid
e.g. Govt. or Non Govt. agencies.
7) In case of Accident the applicant should submit copy of the police Report along with
the application.
8) Application format is available in office of Director of Students Welfare or on
University website.
1.4 Students’ Aid Fund
This fund is utilize for giving financial aid to Students of Affiliated / Conducted
Colleges and Post Graduate Departments every year. This aid is given to poor Students
whose parent’s annual income is not more than one lakh for Tuition and Examination Fees,
Hostel admission and food expenditure, Books and other required material for study.
Students can apply for this aid from 1st January to 30th January every year. The
applications are scrutinized up to 20th February and payment by cheques is made by the
Finance & Accounts Officer through the principal/Head of the Department where applicant is
a bonafied student.
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Application for this aid in a prescribed format is to be submitted to the Deputy.
Registrar,
(Development) every year before 30th January along with the relevant certificate from the
Principal, undertaking by the Student & Parents along with relevant documents. Those
students who are availing freeship, EBC, PTC or other scholarships are entitled except
Tuition & Exam Fees. No Scholarship is given from this fund.
Application format is available in development Section, University or on University
website.
1.5 Earn & Learn Scheme for Students of Conducted Colleges
and P.G.
Department of the University Only
Financial Aid and other facilities are provided to students who are admitted in Earn
& Learn Scheme. This scheme is for poor students who are not getting the financial aid from
the government or other organizations. Selected Students have to work for three hours
besides their regular Studies.
Application is available in the director of student’s welfare office.
1.6 Students Council Elections
As per Section 40 of M.U. Act 1994 and Direction 5 of 1996 and 2003, Every year
Students Councils are constituted in the month of August, September & October at College,
Post Graduate Department and University Level Members are nominated on college & P.G.
Department Students Council by the Principal & Vice- Chancellor respectively and then a
secretary of the college & P.G. Department Students Council are elected amongst the Student
Member only. Principal and Vice- Chancellor is ex-officio President of the respective Student
Council of a college & P.G. Departments.
Functions of the Students Council are defined in earlier directions & Statute. They can
organize various cultural or other extracurricular activities, Social gathering etc. at College
level /University Dept. Level. Council is organizing guest lectures, Seminars, Workshops,
Various Competition at their respective places.
There is a University Students Council at University Level. This constitutes 15
Members Nominate through selection from the elected secretaries of the Colleges/ P.G.
Department as per Direction.
This Council can organize Inter Collegiate activities e.g. different Cultural
Competitions, Seminars, Workshops, Youth festival (Yuvarang) etc. every year at University
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level. This council elects it’s President & Secretary amongst the nominated 15 Members. The
elected President & Secretary are ex-officio members of the Senate, Board of Cultural
Activities & Recreation and other Committees of the University as a Students representative.
They can take up the problems of the Students to Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor or other
authorities of the University.
1.7 Youth Festivals
Every year there are Inter University Cultural Competitions in 24 different activities
in Music, Theatre, Literary Events, Dance and Fine Arts. Every year there is Maharashtra
State Inter University Youth festival (Indradhanushya) in the first week of November and
West Zone Inter University Youth festival in December and National Youth festival in
January or February.
A cultural team of our University for the above festival is selected by a panel of
experts appointed by the Board of Cultural & Recreational Activities. This team represents
our University at State, Zone or National level Cultural Competitions. Students who have
interest and talent in this field can display the talent and learn through such competitions. List
of events are enclosed in a format which is based on the rules & regulations of the
Association of Indian Universities, New Delhi.
Many Student artists who participated in these festivals got an opportunity to
participate in T.V. serials and other programmes at National level .Some of them have
become professional Artists. Students representing our University at State/Zonal or National
Level Cultural competitions are entitled for University Blazer, Prizes, Medals and Incentive
Marks which are included in grand total of the marks obtained by the Students in the
examination. They are also felicitated at University level; Participating Students can get
exposure at State, Zonal or National level. Outstanding Students in this field at National level
may get chance to participate in SAARC Countries Youth Festival.
1.8 Anti Ragging Cell
As per the Supreme Court decision and guidelines U.G.C. has directed all Universities
in the Country to take proper measures to curb ragging in Colleges, University Campuses and
Hostels. UGC has issued direction under Section 26(I) (G) of 1956 of UGC Act. The details
about these are available on UGC website http www.ugc.ac.in/notices/updated hindi version
.pdf notices/ updated / ragging notification.pdf, and an anti ragging there is one documentary
on UGC website.
Maharashtra Government has also taken a serious note of this and passed a
Maharashtra Anti Ragging Prohibition Act, 1999. Ministry of Human Resource Development
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has issued certain guideline of Dr. R.K. Raghavan Committee. Hon’ble Supreme Court has
issued directions to implement this Committee’s directions.
Accordingly Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor appointed a Committee at University
Level. The Committee consists of -1) Dr. A.D. Chaudhari
: --
Chairman.
:--
Member
(Director, BCUD)
2) Dr. D.M. Mohature
Principal A.G. College,Nagpur
3) Dr. Mrs.R. Khubalkar :-
:-
Member
Head,Dept of Psychology
4) Mr. Ritesh Ganar
:-
Member
:-
Secretary
Senate Member
5) Dr. Arun Patil
Director Student Welfare
For details contact -0712- 2433286, 2053477 & (M) 9422808227 University has also
asked all Principals, Head of the Departments, Directors etc., to appoint anti ragging squad
in their respective institutes and send the report to the University about the incidence of
ragging and the action taken thereon. Students can complain to the respective Principal,
Head University Department or Director of Student Welfare or directly to UGC about the
incidence of ragging so that suitable action can be taken against the persons involved in the
event of ragging.
1.9 Avishkar – Inter Collegiate & State Level Inter
University
Research Festival
Every Year University is organizing Inter Collegiate Research Festival. In this
festival
Students can participate in the form of research papers, Innovative Models, Projects, etc.
These
Competitions are held in the month of November / December every year. The selected
students in
different categories then can participate in the state level Inter University Competitions. For
the further details contact office of the Director of Student Welfare.
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2. University Library:University Library facility is available for the students, pursing various courses.
There are following library facilities:1. Dr. K. B. Kale University Librarian Tel. No. 2425939.
2. V.B. Kolte University Library, Ramdaspeth, Nagpur – 440 010
Tel. No. 2425939.
3. University campus library, Mahatma Jyotiba Fule Educational Campus, Amravati
Road,
Nagpur – 440 033.
Tel. No. 2500430.
4. All the three conducted colleges and some Post Graduate Teaching Departments
have their own library facilities.
Latest information technology facility is available in the libraries of the University.
Library facility is available to Post Graduate Students:Students of Post Graduate Departments, Conducted and affiliated colleges can make use of
this It Facility are not available for Under Graduate Students. Post Graduate students of
college can get one B.T. and have to pay Rs. 205 whereas Post Graduated Department
Students can get 2 B.T. for Rs. 5/- and Ph.D. Students can’t get 4 B.T. for Rs. 450/- ( Rs.
400/- Deposit).
For Teachers
1. Colleges Teachers (Asso. Professor & Professor 2 B.T. ( Rd. 400 + 50 = 450/- )
2. University Teachers - 8 B.T. – Free
3. Head of the Department – 10 B.T. Free
This Library is not available for Engineering, Medical Students.
3.
Publication Section :Officiating officer: -
1. Shri Sanjay Bahekar,
Tel.No. 2426965
2. V.B. Kolte University Library, Ramdaspeth, Nagpur –
440 010
Facilities:Syllabus, Examination forms, Question paper sets (Rs. 10/- per set), Statutes,
ordinances, University Diary (cost Rs. 150/-), Research scholar can publish their thesis in
Book form (UGC Grant), Publication & sale of journals Books on Science and Humanities
available here.
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4. Equal Opportunity Cell (EOC) RTM Nagpur University,
Nagpur
Dr. D. D. Barsagade
Officiating In-charge, Department of Zoology
[email protected]
(M.) 09822934651
Aims and Objectives of EOC
To creating space for SC, ST, OBC (Non- creamy layer) and Minorities in to mainstreams
and run specific scheme of coaching, in order to enhance the employability.
To ensure equity and equal opportunity to the SC, ST, OBC (Non-creamy layer) and
Minorities
community at large in the university. And bring about their social inclusion.
To create a socially congenial atmosphere for academic interaction and for the growth of
healthy
Interpersonal relationships among the students coming from various social backgrounds.
To make efforts to sensitize the academic community regarding the problems associated
with social exclusion as well as aspirations of the marginalized communities.
To disseminate the information related to schemes and programmes for the welfare of the
SC, ST,
OBC (Non-creamy layer) and Minorities in relation to enhance employability to them.
5. Career & Counseling Cell
Hon:Coordinator – Dr. S. J. Dhoble
Professor
Dep’t. Of Physics,
University Campus
Nagpur
Tel. 2041093 (M) 9822710204
University Grants Commission has established career and counseling cells in the
Universities in India .This will help the students with appropriate guidance to established
linkage
with the world of work and opportunities .
Vocational guidance and campus interviews have become a common practice .This
can be
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done by recruiting agencies and HR personnel of reputed firms .This can be further extended
by
keeping lectures of alumni, Training program for Students to keep them update with high
demand
market areas and invoke industry –Institute linkages.
(a)
Objective
Beside the academic and administrative processes of this cell, it has to support the
students in the development of skills and communication ability to challenge the rigors of
competitive tests and on job training in add on or Vocational courses. This act as a resource
centre
of information, guidance and counsilling with free accessibility and internet based global
connectivity and exchange of information on professional placements.
(b) Functions of the C.C. Cell
a) To gather information on job avenues and placements in different institutions and
concerns to the related courses that university offers.
b) To analyze information in the local, regional and national contexts to explore it
relevance
and Utility for the students in their placements and on job-training
c) To organize seminars and guidance workshops for informing students about the
emerging
professional trends and events, job profiles, leadership roles, entrepreneurship, market
needs and risks and implementation of national socio-economic policies and to impart
training in soft skills.
d) To promote discipline, healthy outlook and positive attitudes towards for national
intergration and removal of narrow provincial preferences and prejudices.
6. National Service Scheme
Office: -
Tel No. :-
Dr. Bhau Dayadar
NSS Program Coordinator, Gurunanak Bhavan,
University Campus, Nagpur – 440 033.
0712-2541599 & 09423110053 (M)
6.1 Objective:To inculcate social awareness amongst the college students and their personality
development was the main objective. NSS in the country was started in 24th Sept., 1969 by
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the Department of youth welfare & sports, Government, of India. Beside studies college
students are involved in Nation Building.
NSS implementing two programs in Colleges & University Departments (1) Regular
NSS activities for at least 120 hrs. in a year for social work. Students have to work in
adopted village, slums for implementation of programs like Immunization, AIDS, Blood
Donation, Tree Plantation, Village cleanliness, Environment, National Integration week, etc.
6.2 Social Camps:At least one camp of a week in a year is organized by the college in a selected adopted
village. In these students, teachers & villagers are involved for village cleanliness, water
conservation, social surveys, Shramdan, Soak Pits, Health Awareness, Education, Nirmal
Gram Abhiyan, Ideal Village, Social awareness about various government schemes through
cultural programmes.
Students are also involved in other programmes of leadership development
workshops, University, State & National level camps. “Utkarsh” Inter National state level
Competitions for NSS students, NIC at National level, Youth Exchange Programs, Republic
Day Parade at Delhi, Pre Republic Day Parade at state level, “Avahan” (Disaster
Management) etc.
Outstanding students are honoured with following awards – Indira Gandhi National
Youth Award, Commonwealth Youth Award, Best NSS student at university & state level
Award. Students are entitled for incentive marks for doing NSS activities.
7. National Cadet Corps (NCC)
NCC is a tri-services organization comprising Army, Navy and Air Force, engaged in
grooming the college youth “The leaders of Tomorrow “into disciplined and patriotic
Citizens. NCC comes in to existence on 16th April 1948 through citizen NCC act xxxi
under the Ministry of Defence, Govt. of India. Later Girls Division NCC Started in
1949. Air wing of NCC Started in 1950 and Navy wing started in 1952. Now NCC has
approximately 13 Lakhs Students enrolled in its fold. It is now headed by Director
General NCC.
NCC has two officers Training Academy i.e., at Kamptee and Gwalior where
teachers from school and colleges are trained. For students beside regular NCC
training there are various camps.
1) Annual Training Camps
(ATCs)
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2) National Integration Camps
(NIC)
3) Centrally Organised Camps
(COC)
4) Vayu Sainik Camp
(VSCs)
5) Navy Sainik Camp
(NSC)
6) Thal Sainik Camp
(TSC)
In NCC Students are also trained under Gliding and Flying, sea training, military
hospital trainings, Adventure Training (Mountaineering Course, Adventure course,
Mountaineering Expedition, Cycle & Motor Cycle Expedition, Para selling, Para Jumps,
Slithering Training )
NCC Students can get Priorities in short Service Commission. There is a youth
Exchange program for NCC students. In past such program was successfully organized with
Singapore, UK, Srilanka, Nepal and Bangladesh.
NCC Students have been deployed for General Elections, Disaster Relief, Adult
Literacy, Traffic Control, Village adoption, Child Welfare, ant dowry, blood & eye donation
& tree plantation programs.
Who can join NCC:
Regular Students of a Senior College having NCC unit can join NCC. He /She
Should clear the Physical Fitness Test, should not have been convicted in the past and should
be below 24 years of age. Students have to apply to the Commanding Officer of NCC of the
College. There are two wing s of NCC (1) Senior Wing (2) Junior Wing. Students can
remain in NCC till the age of 26 years. These are three exams in NCC A, B and C- certificate.
For B and C certificate examination the Students should have Completed 75% attendance in
NCC and gap between enrollment and examination should not be note than 18 months. If a
Student has cleared ‘A‘Certificate then he/she gets benefit of 10 marks. For ‘C’-certificate
student should have completed 3 years in NCC. For all examination one training camp is
essential.
Limited Students can also be selected for Republic Day Parade. NCC Students are also
eligible for incentive marks in the examination.
8. Department of Physical Education Shri Dhanjay Welukar, Director of Sports Physical Education ( Tel. No. 2531696)
Department of Physical Education is established to create health awareness amongst
students of this university. In order to encourage fitness activities Department monitors &
guides the physical fitness programs of the affiliated colleges. The office of the department is
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situated next to Department of Business Management near Law College, Amravati Road
Nagpur – 440 001.
There are various play fields in its sports complex which includes Athletics Track,
Football field, Kho-Kho, Volleyball, Kabaddi Grounds, Hockey Playfield. The department is
providing these facilities including two Flood light Basketball Courts. For Indoor activities
we have Four Badminton Wooden Courts in Subhedar Hall and Gymnasium Hall.
Recently we have constructed sports hostel for outstation girls students who
participate in the Inter Collegiate, Inter University championship and Coaching Camp etc.
Dept. is organizing Inter Collegiate Competitions of following games & sports for Men &
Women :
Athletics (Men/Women), Archery (Men/Women), Badminton (Men/Women), Basket
Ball (Men/Women), Best Physique (Men), Boxing (Men), Ball Badminton (Men/Women),
Chess (Men/Women), Cricket (Men/Women), Cross Country (Men/Women), Fencing
(Men/Women), Foot ball (Men/Women), Hand ball (Men/Women), Hockey (Men/Women),
Judo (Men/Women), Kabaddi (Men/Women), Kho-Kho (Men/Women), Korf Ball
(Combined) (Men/Women), Lawn Tennis (Men/Women), Malkhamb (Men/Women), Net
Ball (Men/Women), Power Lifting (Men/Women), Swimming (Men/Women), Soft Ball
(Men/Women), Table Tennis (Men/Women), Volley Ball (Men/Women),Water Polo(Men),
Weight Lifting (Men),Wrestling,Yogasan (Men/Women),
In this way 57 competitions are organized at various centers (Colleges) and in
university own sports complex. The 1st, 2nd, 3rd Place winners of these tournaments are
awarded Trophies by the university. The students who participate in the Inter Collegiate, Inter
University and National Level Competitions get incentive marks between 10 to 25.
On the basis of performance in these competitions and selection trials university
teams are selected. After coaching camp teams are sent to different venues for participation
in the Inter University Championships. Few of the best performing players are then selected
in All India Inter University teams for participation in the National and World Universities
games. So far many of our teams players are consistently performing very well in these
games, winning trophies medals and also getting selected in the A.I.U. teams. The students
who represent our university gets Kit, Tracksuit and Blazers. The department has till date
successfully organized many Inter University Sports/games Competitions in its sports
Complex.
9. Department of Continuing, Adult Education & Extension
The objective of this department of conducting lifelong learning through continuing
education, Literacy and Extension for the society.
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Participation of students for those
programme is desired. Students participating in various programmes of this department at
college level are getting incentive marks. This department introduced short term job oriented
courses for students and associated with many state, central government departments, other
organisations and International Organisations like UNESCO, UNFPA. The department is
undertaking mainly following programs.
1.
National Adult Education Program
2.
Continuing Education Life Long Learning
3.
Populations Education
4.
Extension Programs
The job oriented certificate courses:
Balshikshika Certificate Course, Hospital Assistant, Ophthalmic Assistant (Basic &
Advance), Nurse Assistant, Asstt. Operation Theatre, Offset Machine operating, Pasting &
Plate Making, Hospital Administration, Jr. & Sr. Accountant, Hospital Management,
Functional Arabic, Tribal Social work & Development, Advance & Digital Photography,
Elementary course in English, Library Administration, English Writing & Communication
Skill & personality Development, certificate course in Indian Music, Spoken English,
Research Methodology in Social Science & Extension etc. This department has its own
Library with 1388 Books, Audio-visual CD’S & Journals.
For details contact:The Director,
Department of continuing & Adult Education & Extension, Gurunanak Bhavan,
University Campus, Nagpur – 440 033. Tel. – 0172-2530860 & Fax 0712-2530860.
10.Incentive Marks for Participation in NSS, NCC, Games &
Sports, Cultural Activities, Adult & Continuing
Education
Those Students who participate in the activities at Inter Collegiate, State, Zonal,
National and International Level in the Sports, NSS, NCC, Cultural Activities and Adult &
Continuing Education are eligible to get incentive marks. These marks are included in grand
total of examination as per order. No. 2 of 1996 & 1 of 2010. These marks are helpful to
students for increasing percentage, division, merit etc. Details for these are available on
university website.
Students can get maximum marks in any one of the activities mentioned above
according to their level of participation. Such students have to submit the certificate to the
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Principal / Head of the Department and they have to forward these marks in a prescribed
format immediately after the roll numbers of the Students are received by the
College/Department to the Controller of Examination, RTM Nagpur University.
11.Lecture Series in the University
Every year different lecture series are organized for Teachers and Students on
different subject’s .These Lectures are also beneficial to students. Experts in different fields
of academics & social work is called from different places to deliver lecture on various topics
are invited. There lectures add to the knowledge of the students. These are organized on the
donations given by the doners.
These lectures are organized in the convocation Hall of the University through
different funds as under
1)
Lat. Jal P. Gimi Smruti Lecture Series (Law)
2)
Dr. R.N. Roy & Swami Vivekanad Lecture Series (English)
3)
E.P. Shumakar Lecture Series (Economics)
4)
Late Ramchandra Gadgil Smruti Lecture Series (Sociology)
5)
Political Science & Public Administration Silver Jubilee Lecture Series (Public
Admn. & Political Science)
6)
Dr. Anant & Lata Labhashetwar Lecture Series (Mararhi)
7)
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Lecture Series (Law)
8)
Mahatma Jyotiba Fule Smruti Lecture Series (Marathi)
9)
Dr. Gangadharrao Smruti Lecture Series (LIT)
10) Dr.P.S.G. Kumar Lecture Series (Library & Information Science)
11) Dr. V.B. Kolte Lecture Series (Marathi)
12) Late Vasantrao Naik Agriculture Research and rural development Pratisthan
Lecture Series (Economics)
13) Late Lokmanya Tilak Smruti Lecture Series ( Ancient Indian History & Cultural)
14) Mahadev Hari Wathodkar Smruti Lecture Series (History, Sanskrit & Political
Science)
15)
Raobhahadur Bapurao Kinkhede Lecture Series (Philosephy)
16) Maulana Abdul Karim Parekh Lecture Series (Philosophy)
17) Smt.Bahinabai Laxminarayan Lecture Series (LIT )
18) Mahant Nagrajbaba Mahanubhav Aurangabadkar Lecture Series(Marathi)
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19) Mahatma Gandhi Smruti Lecture Series (Gandian Thought)
20) Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Smruti Lecture Series (Rashtrasant Tukadoji
Maharaj)
21) Jawaharlal Smruti Lecture Series (Political Science Study)
22) Dr. P.S. Mene felicitation Lecture Series (LIT)
23) Mother Teresa Smruti Lecture Series (Law)
24) Dr. G.D. Nageshwar Lecture Series (LIT )
25)
Late Dada Manoharrao Kalsawar Smruti Mahatma Baleshwar Lecture Series
(Marathi)
12. Human Resource Development Cell
Project DirectorDr. Pramod Sharma, Tel. No. 2500323
This office is situated near University Campus Canteen
Nagpur - 440033
Human Resource Development cell is established in the University Campus for the
overall development of the students. This helps students to achieve lucrative options. This
cell organizes workshops, Training camps, short term certificate courses based an informal
education.
The main objective is
1.
To foster a climate of creativity, innovation & enthusiasm
2.
Develop and Sustain core values of professionalism
3.
provide opportunities for growth & development
4.
Inculcate a spirit of accepting & enjoying challenges
5.
To provide job contentment
through empowerment, accountability &
responsibility
6.
Improvement of performance & personal growth for job improvement,
individual and the organization.
7.
Inculcating positive attitudes
8.
Development at competencies, skills and adapting behaviours.
9.
Insuring effective utilization and maximum development of human resources
10.
Inculcating team spirit, team work and collaboration.
This cell is working to achieve these objectives by holding periodical conference,
workshops, seminars, guest lecturers for counseling, skill oriented short term certificate
courses and training camps.
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13. Accommodation for Students
(A) University Hostels –
There are hostel facilities for students taking admissions in University Conducted
Colleges and Post- Graduate Departments. These hostels are –
Sr.
No.
1.
Hostel
Capacity
190
Double
Rooms
2.
University Men’s Hostel, Near
Law College, Civil Lines, Nagpur440 001.
University Girls Hostel, Near LAD
College, North Ambazari Road,
Nagpur – 440 010
05 Single Bed
2246854
52 Double Bed
24 Triple Bed
06 Four Bed
07 Six Bed
10 Double Bed for
foreign students
L.I.T. Boy’s Hostel, L.I.T. 10 Single Bed
256115
Campus, Nagpur – 440 033
90 Double Bed
P.G.T.D. Hostel
100 Single Bed
2526295
05 Six Bed
Pharmacy Students Hostel (Boys) 20 Single Bed
2526295
20 Double Bed
3.
4.
5.
Tel. No.
Bed 2532062
Accommodation is provided from 1st July to 30th April every year. Application forms
are available in respective hostels and can be available only after admission in University
Department / Conducted colleges.
(B) Vidyarthi Bhavan
This facility of accommodation is made available to outside students. Those who
come to Nagpur for official purpose, for inter-collegiate sports, NSS,NCC, cultural
competitions etc., Examination work, Seminars, conference, workshop etc. is provide
accommodations facility on nominal rent . For further details contact Estate officer
Contact Office – Mr. VINOD ILAME, Tel. No. 2547386
Estate officer, D. Laxminarayan Bungalow, Near University Play Ground, Nagpur – 440
001.
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UNIVERSITY EMPLOYMENT, SELF EMPLOYMENT,
INFORMATION & GUIDANCE CENTRE
Address & Tel. No. : -
D. Laxminarayan Bunglow,
Near
Ravinagar Square, Amravati Road,
Nagpur – 440 001.
Tel. – 0712 – 2562743
Contact Person
:-
Mr. Narendra Mirage, Asstt. Director,
(M) 9421705162
Dr. Mrs. Shshi Wanjari, Hon. Member
(M) 9850399818
Email
:-
[email protected]
Website
:-
http://ese.mah.nic.in
It is a joint office of the state govt. and university. Such offices are located at
Mumbai, Pune, Kolhapur, Aurangabad, Amravati & Nagpur.
Unemployed graduate, Post graduates and Professional courses degree and diploma
holders can register in this office along with their academic details. This centre helps in
getting jobs in Govt. or Private Sector as per seniority. This also gives training, guidance or
self employment guidance for entrepreneurship. Unemployed youths are informed through
Books or News Papers about competitive Exams & General Knowledge. Library & internet
facility is available. This office is working online & by computers. Students can register
through website. Applicants can register, renewal, added qualification, change of address,
employment card etc. can be done on line. Self employment vocational guidance is also
provided by this office. All guidance, assistance & facilities are provided by this centre free
of cost. There is a 3% reservation for physically handicap youth in the job and special
guidance is given to such Reasons youth.
Communication is made on SMS also with the registered candidates. Employment &
self employment department has its separate website Marathi also. Detailed information can
be obtained on the website http://ese.mah.nic.in for further details students can contact the
concerned officers.
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IAS AND OTHER COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION
COACHING CENTRE
1. Pre Examination Coaching Centre
Director: - Vikas K. Jambhulkar , Contact-- (M) 09923431515,
Address: First Floor, V. B. Kolte University Library Building, Ramdaspeth, Nagpur440010
The Pre Examination Coaching Centre of Nagpur University had been established in the
University during the early 80s and has since then providing free coaching for the SC/ST.
Minority and the OBC students. The centre is run under the ages of the Ministry of Social
Justice and Empowerment, New Delhi. The centre now is mandated to provide coaching for
Civil Services Examination for the Scheduled Castes and the Other Backward Classes.
Coaching Programmes:
1. Indian Administrative Services ( UPSC)
2. Indian Engineering Services ( UPSC)
3. Probationary Officers Exam (SBI)
Intake: - 40 students in each programme.
Duration: - 4 – 6 months
Stipend:
Outstation Candidates: - Rs. 1500/- p.m.
Local Candidates
: - Rs. 750/- p.m.
2. Pre Examination Coaching Centre ( Funded by
Pune)
For Scheduled Castes
BARTI ,
Director:- Vikas K. Jambhulkar , Contact-- (M) 09923431515,
Address: First Floor, V.B.Kolte University Library Building, Ramdaspeth, Nagpur440010
The University has received the sanction of a new coaching programme to be carried out in
the existing Pre Examination Coaching Centre, from the Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Research
and Training Institute, Pune. The centre has been shortly established and has declared its
programme from July to June. The centre is established to provide coaching to Scheduled
Castes candidates only
Coaching Programmes : Civil Services Examinations ( UPSC/MPSC)
Intake
: - 50 students
Duration : - 12 months
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Stipend
: - Rs. 2000/- p.m.
Eligible Category: Scheduled Castes
3.
The Centre For The UGC Scheme For Entry In Services
(For SC/ST and Minority)
Director: - Vikas K. Jambhulkar , Contact-- (M) 09923431515,
Address: First Floor, V.B.Kolte University Library Building, Ramdaspeth, Nagpur440010
The Centre for the UGC Scheme for Entry in Services (for SC/ST and Minority) was
established in the year 2007. The Scheme receives its funding from the University Grtants
Commission, New Delhi. Two separate centres are operated under the said scheme; one for
Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes and the other for Minorities. Minorities include
Muslims, Christains, Jains, Sikhs and Buddhists.
The Centres provide free coaching for –
Coaching Programmes:
1. Group A
: Civil Services (UPSC/MPSC)
Indian Engineering Services (UPSC)
2. Group B
:
3. Group C
Intake :
SC/ST :
Minority:
Duration:
Probationary Officers Exam (SBI), Railways, and Staff Selection
Commission Examinations
: Banks, Railways, and Staff Selection Commission Examinations
30 students in each programme.
30 Students in each programme.
4-6 months for Group A Examinations
2-4 months for Group B and C Examinations.
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DIFFERENT SCHOLARSHIPS & FELLOWSHIP OF
RTM NAGPUR UNIVERSITY FOR STUDENTS OF U.G.,
P.G. & RESEARCH ALLOTTED THROUGH
DEVELOPMENT SECTION
Office: -- Development Section, Administrative Bldg.
Mahatma Jyotiba Fule University Campus
Amaravati Road, Nagpur—440033
Name of the Head: - Dr. Anil Hirekhan, Dy. Registrar
Tel. No. 0712-2041014 (M.) 9423681005
Name of the Clerk employee: --- Mr. Chandrashekar Shelke,
(M). 9403211895
Note: - Application forms & details are available on University Website
www.nagpur university.org.in
A)
1)
Under Graduate Scholarship
The Thakur charitable Endowment Scholarship
Total No. 2 Subject – B.Sc Value Rs. 300/- P.M.
Period – 21 months, Condition – No other Scholarship
2)
Shirole Scholarship for Arts
Total No. - 2 Rs.300 PM for B.A. Students
3)
Radhabai Paonaskar Scholarship & Medal –
Value Rs.400/- PM
Award – one scholarship, one Gold, & Two Silver Medals.
Period – 3 year (34 Maths), For B.A. Part – I /B.Sc. – I
Category – only for women who scores highest marks in HSSC
Medals - For scoring highest marks at B.A. and B.Sc. Exam.amongst
the female candidates.
4)
Smt. Parbatibai Kashinath Dixit Scholarship
Total No. – 1 for B.A. Final Student & obtain with philosophy
as one subject.
Period - 10 months Rs. 175/- PM
Cond. – Highest Marks at B.A. - I & II Exam. In Marathi Subject
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5)
The Hai - Hai Kseatriya Education Fund
Total No.- 1 Monthly on the basis of Total Interest.
Period - 3 years, Value Rs.250/- P.M.
Cond. Highest marks at HSSC and for student of B.A.- I / B. Sc – I
6) Niyogi and Puranik Diamond Jubilee Scholarship
Total No. 1, Value – Total interest and deposits. Value Rs.250/- P.M.
Period -- 2 years, Cond.—Highest marks at B.Sc.—I (alternate year)
7) Vasat K. Khandekar Scholarship Fund
Total No. 2 Value – 250 PM. Condition -- B.Sc. /B.A. Part – 1st
Period – 10 Months.
B)
Scholarships for LIT & Pharmacy Students
8)
Mr. Govind Bapuji Vaidya Merit Memorial Scholarship
Total - 01 , Value – Rs. 400/- PM, Period – 10 Months
Condi. -- Students of M.Tech (Food Tech.) Highest marks at B. Tech.
(Chem.Engg. /Tech.)
9)
NELICO Scholarship
Total No.- 01, Rs. 500/- PM , Period – 2 years.
Condition – Last two years of chemical Engg. Course i.e B.Tech (Chem. Engg.)
part- III & Final year Student.
10) Dr. N.H. Harkare Memorial Merit Scholarship
Total No. – 01 , Value – Rs. 500/- PM , Period – 10 Months in a year.
Condition - Highest marks in B. Tech.—II Chem. Engg. Exam. And joined.
B.Tech.- III years in LIT.
11) Balkrisna Kale Scholarships
Total No. - 01, Value – Rs. 1000/-PM, Period – 2 years
Condition -For M.Tech. Chemical Engg.
12) Mr. Govind Bapuji Vaidya merit memorial Scholarship
Total No. - 01, Value Rs. 400/- PM, Period 10 Month
Condition -- Lady Student with highest marks at B. Pharm. Exam. and joint
M.Pharm.course, No other Scholarship.
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C) Post Graduate Scholarships
13) Kamalabaio Korke Scholarship –
Total No.
01, for U.G. / P.G. students securing not less than 50%
marks in preceding exam.
Condition- Income Should not be more than 40,000/-P.A.
Amount – As decided by Managments Council from the rent of Korke house
donated to University.
14) Saraswati Waman Salpekar Scholarship
Total No. – 01, Value- Rs. 400/-PM
Condition - M.A. Sanskrit should get not less 50% marks in Sanskrit. For one
year Student get more than 50% marks in M.A.- I then the
Scholarship can be continued for M.A.- II also.
15)
Balkrishna Dattatray Bhave Memorial Scholarship
Total No--.
01, Rs. 300/-PM. + Gold Medal
Condition -- Highest marks in Economics in B.A. and admitted in M.A.- I (Eco.)
Duration – one year (1) Scholarship Rs. 600/- P.M.
16) Manohar Moreshwar Muley P.G. Scholarship
Total No. – 01, Value Rs. 450/-PM, for 10 months in an academic year.
Condition - Student securing highest marks in M.A. - I Economics and admitted
to M.A. –II ( Eco.)
17) Sangitacharya Late Amrutrao Nistane Scholarship
Total No.- 01 , Value- Rs. 700/- PM, for 10 Months in academic year
Condition – Student obtained highest marks in Music in B.A. and taken
admission in M.A.- I ( Vocal Music)
18)
Dalit Samaj Sudhark Late Vithobajiraoji Moonpande Scholarship.
Total No. - 01, Value- Rs. 350/- PM, for 10 Month in academic year.
Condition - No other scholarship, For S.C. student admitted in M.A. in
Dr. Ambedkar Thought
19) Morris Memorial Scholarship
Total No.-
01, Value –Rs. 300/- PM, yearly or at longer interval as decided by
Academic Council for B.A. or B.Sc. graduate and taken admission
in M.A. or M.Sc.
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20) Tarabai Saranjame Scholarship
Total No. – 01, Value Rs. 600/-PM.
Condition-- only women candidate who score highest marks at graduate level
and admitted to M.F.A. – I in Dept. of Fine Arts.
21) Pannalal Devadia Memorial Scholarship
Total No. - 01 ,Value Rs. 1000/-PM, for 20 Month ( To be awarded every year)
Condition - Student taking admission in M.Sc. Physics/ Chemistry/ Maths/
Zoology in P.G., University Department.
22) Shri N.B. Paranjape Memorial Scholarship
Total No. -- 01, Value- Rs. 375/-PM, for 22 Month
Condition - Student scoring highest marks in B.Sc. and taken admission to
M.Sc. - I in Dept. or College.
23) Dr. N.B. Jain Chandham Scholarship
Total No. - 01, Value Rs. 250/- Pm, 10 months in a academic year.
Condition - Students obtained highest marks in M.Sc. – II (Geo.)
24) Bakharu Memorial Scholarship
Total No.
01, Value Rs. 2200/- PA
Condition - Student who Score highest marks in B.Sc and joint M.Sc. – I Physics
Indian Mathernetical Society 35th conf. fellowship
25)
Total No.
Condition -
01 Felloship Rs. 900/-PM
Student who scores highest marks (Not less than 60%) in
M.A./M.Sc. who scores infirst attempt and joint M.A.-II/M.Sc.- II
class in Mathematical in a College or Department
26)
Late Prabhakar V. Soni for M.B.A. Part—II
Highest Mark in M.B.A. – Part – I
Value - 250/- PM for 10 Month (Only for Dept.)
27) Late Raobahadur H.G. Nargundkar Memorial Scholarship
Total No.
01, Value Rs. 200/-PM for 10 month in academic year.
Condition - Student Scoring highest marks in M.Sc.-I ( Maths) and taking
admission in M.Sc. – II
28)
Value --
Datta Waman Salfekar Scholarship
Rs. 400/- for 10 month in a year.
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Condition- UG Exam. 50% Above Economics Then M.A. Economics
Addmission
29) University Post Graduate Research Scholarship
Total No.
01 , Value Rs. 2000/- PM every year or longer interval as decided
by Management Council.
Condition-- M.Sc. ( Maths ) the selected student has to start research
duaring M.Sc. and then can continue the work for Ph.D.or D.S.C.
30) Smt. Umabai Muley
M.A.-- I ( Marathi) Value - Rs. 1000/- PM.
Period --- 20 Month. UG Exam., Highest Mark.
31) Shri Gangadhar G. Muley
(M.Sc. – I Biochemistry)
Highest Mark B.Sc. Biochemistry) Admission- M.Sc. Biochemistry
20 Month Rs. 1000/- PM.
(D)
For Ph.D. Students
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Nagpur University Research Studentship
Total No. - 2, Qualification – M.A. or M.Sc. Rs. 1000/- Pm. ( Arts & Science
each one 2 Years.
Condition – Student Passing B.A. or B.Sc. in First/Second Division, Resident
of Vidarbha Legion.Selection of candidate by a Committee.
33)
Morris Memorial Fellowship
Total No. – 01, Qualification – M.A. or M.Sc. ,Value Rs. 350/- PM.
Condition – Must Pass M.A. or M.Sc. in First Division. Period -- 2 years
PU & PG in Vidharbha Rigion of RTM Nagpur University area.
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Total No.Value:-
Late Mahendra Bhalchandra Dixit Fellowship
02, For – Ph.D Students in English Literature only. 02 years
Research work.
Total annual interest to be divided for two Fellowship per year or
Rs. 8000/- P.A.
35)
Thakur Chatitable Fellowship:-
Total No.- 1, For doing Ph.D. in Science Subject in a college/ University Dept.
Value - Rs. 1000/-P.M., Period – 21 Months.
36)
Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Memorial Research Fellowship:-
Value Rs. 3000/- P.M. ,Period – 2 years
Condition – Only to bonafied Student of junsdiction of RTM Nagpur
Universityarea and had U.G. & P.G. education in this University.
Total Fellowship – 50, (5 Fellowship per faculty ( 9 Faculties) and 5 Fellowship
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are distributed in equal Number in the faculties where application
are more.
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Dr. Kamal Singh Research Fellowship:-
Total No:- 01, Period – 2 years Value- Rs. 3000/- P.M.
Condition: - Ph.D. Student in Physics only. In Material Science.
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U.G.C. --- Junior Research Fellowship (JRF/SRF)
As per UGC rules. Condition :- M.A./M.Sc. and cleared JRF entrance
test. Other details of per UGC guidelines details on UGC, website.
E)
Different P.G. & Research Fellowship
Development Section
39) Rajiv Gandhi National Fellowship UGC
:-
Deteails are available
UGC websitewww.ugc. ac.in
40)
C S I R Fellowship
:-- CSIR website
41)
I C S S R Fellowship
:--
ICSSR website
42)
I C H R Fellowship
:--
ICHR website
43)
M. Pharm. UGC Fellowship
:--
UGC
(Gate/ GPAT) Qualified
:--
20 Fellowship
44)
M. Pharm. AICTE Fellowship
:--
09 Fellowship
45)
Maulana Azad Fellowship UGC
:--
07 Fellowship
46)
M.Tech. (L I T)AICTE Fellowship
:--
18 Fellowship
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implemented
Different State & Central Govt. Fellowship
And
Schemes are
through Development Section. Generally Circular are received in July to
Sept. from Central & State Government. Different U G C & other Fellowship are available.
Students can refer U G C website ugc.ac.in, CSIR & D S T or University website
www.nagpur university.org
Some Fellowships are available from the Research projects in different /
D.S.T./U.G.C. Other Science & other P.G. Departments. There are some fellowships
only for girls.
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Other Students Welfare related Cells(a) Equal oppertunity Cell For SC, ST, OBC and Minorities Students
Contact:- Dr. D.D. Barsakhade , Dept. of Zoology Mob:-9822934651
(b) Career Counseling Cell :- Contact – Dr. Dhoble , Dept. of Physics
Mob. 9822710204
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(F) Other Central & State Government Scholarship &
Fellowships
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Kishor Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana 2011
Fellowships: - Dept. of Science & Tech. Govt. of India, By Indian
Institute of Science, Benglore Pin.-560012
Student Enrolled in B.Sc.-I, M.Sc. - I with minimum 60% (50% for SC & ST)
in aggregate Science Subject in 12th std., Students of B.Sc , B.S. ,
M.Sc/B.E./B.Tech/B.Arch in II year. A hard copy of on original & creative Science
based on research Project must be Submitted with application which is available on
request remitting Rs.200/-( Rs.100 for S.C./S.T.) of process fee from core Banking of
state Bank of India
Value – Rs. 5000/-PM from I to II Year of B.Sc./M.Sc. Students
(Note – For attracting Bright & Motivating Students to research career in Basic
Sciences, Engineering & Medicine)
50)
100% Central Govt. Post HSSC Scholarship: - On line
For Muslim,Sikh, Christan, Boudha & Parasi Students for higher
education ,100% Scholarship in all faculties for details.
Website—ajit.dikshit @mastek.com or dhesch [email protected] yahoo. In
Jt. Director, Higher Education, Nagpur Region office.
Tel – 2554210 Fax. 0712-2561713, 2564223.
51)
For Post Graduate Students “ Eklavya Yojana” for Financial assistance .
Condition :- 1) 70 % marks in Science at Graduate level and in Arts,Commerce, Science
Law 60% marks.
2) Annual Income should be less than Rs. 75000/-P.A.
3) For II years of P.G. Student must get 50% marks in I Year and 75%
attendance. Value :- Rs. 5000/- P.A. ( per year)
Important Instructions:1) Student should open Account in Bank of Maharashtra/ Nationalized Bank.
2) Address of Bank. 3) Bank Branch Code 4) Bank M I C R code.
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