Home | Colleges | Contact Us|
|Home > Bihar > Universities > Darbhanga > Lalit Narayan Mithila University|
Lalit Narayan Mithila University, Darbhanga, Bihar
Lalit Narayan Mithila University, Darbhanga, Bihar
Darbhanga (District Darbhanga)
Bihar, IndiaPin Code : 846008
Lalit Narayan Mithila University, Darbhanga Bihar is a University recognised by UGC. Lalit Narayan Mithila University, Darbhanga Bihar was established on / in 27th January, 1947.
Lalit Narayan Mithila University, Darbhanga Bihar is situated in Darbhanga of Bihar state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Darbhanga comes under Darbhanga Tehsil, Darbhanga District.
Fax # of Lalit Narayan Mithila University, Darbhanga Bihar is 06272-222598.
email ID(s) is
Website of Lalit Narayan Mithila University, Darbhanga Bihar is www.lnmu.bih.nic.in.
Additional Information about Lalit Narayan Mithila University, Darbhanga Bihar is : Directorate of Distance Education, Lalit Narayan Mithila University
Proceedings of 141st Meeting of ERC NCTE held on 21st and 22nd August 2012
(B.Ed.)( Additional Course)( University Department)( Lalit Narayan Mithila University, Patna.) ( Code No. ERCAPP1075)
After considering the records available in the file, and relevant provisions of the NCTE Act 1993, Rules, Regulations and guidelines issued by NCTE Hqrs. and the reply dated 17 August 2012 in response to the Letter of Intent, the Committee discussed the matter in detail and decided as under: Formal recognition order under clause 7(11) of the NCTE Regulation 2009 for the applied course B.Ed. with an intake 100 of one basic unit from the academic session 2012-13 may be issued to the institution..
Contact Details of Lalit Narayan Mithila University, Darbhanga Bihar are : Telephone: +91-6272-222463, 222186, 230035, 222598
Vice-Chancellor: Dr Raj Mani Prasad SinhaTelephone: +91-6272-222463, 222598
Pro Vice-Chancellor: Dr Gopal Pd. Singh, Telephone: +91-6272-222186. Registrar:
Dr Kumaresh Prasad Singh
Profile of Lalit Narayan Mithila UniversityThe Temple of Learning Lalit Narayan Mithila Vishvidyalaya, Darbhanga is an outcome of the cherished desire of the people of this region. Eminent academicians like Dr. Amarnatha Jha, Dr. R.C. Mazumdar, Dr. A. S. Altekar, Dr. Sunit Kumar Chaterjee and many others had expressed their view in favour of the establishment of modern University at Darbhanga. The demand was voiced time and again on the floors of the state legislatures and in the Parliament. On the 27th January, 1947 (Vasantpanchami Day) at a meeting of some of the leading citizens of Darbhanga and Laheriasarai, the Mithila University committee was constituted with Dr. Amarnatha Jha as the President and Pandit Harinath Mishra as the General Secretary. The year ï¿½ 1968 may be regarded as a landmark year in the history of the University when a UGC team visited Darbhanga in order to explore the possibility of establishing a multi faculty University here. Subsequently State Government set up a committee to examine the administrative and academic structure of a modern University at Darbhanga, following the recommendations made by the visiting team of the U.G.C. The Government of India constituted another committee consisting of Sri T. P. Singh, Secretary Ministry of Education and Social Welfare, Sri. R. K. Chhabra, secretary, U.G.C. and Sri N. D. J. Rao, Education Commissioner, Bihar, to look into the matter of establishing a University at Darbhanga. They reported that the establishment of a separate and independent University at Darbhanga could be considered on merit. Consequent upon the report of the above mentioned committee and considering the socio-economic background of the region, the Mithila University with headquarters at Darbhanga was established by an ordinance, in 1972 carving out colleges at Darbhanga division and Kosi division from the then two Universities ï¿½ Bihar University, Muzaffarpur and Bhagalpur University, Bhagalpur respectively.
After the sad demise of Pt. Lalit Narayan Mishra in January, 1975, the name of Mithila University was amended as Lalit Narayan Mithila University. But it was soon reversed to the original name through an ordinance. However in 1980, the name Lalit Narayan Mithila University was restored through an ordinance. The colleges of Kosi Division which were initially attached to this University in 1972 were transferred to newly established B. N. Mandal University, Laloonagar, Madhepura, with vertical separation of the assets and liabilities with effect from 10.01.1992.
1986 should go down as another important year in the history of L. N. Mithila University, when the University got much needed recognition of the University Grants Commission (UGC) under section 12 (A) of the UGC Act paving way for the receipt of the various types of financial assistance from the UGC. The UGC started providing institutional development grants under section 12(B) of the UGC Act since February 1989. This notable achievement of the University accelerated pace of campus development. The developmental activities within the University campus began to stride with the investment of grants received from the U.G.C. and the State Government. Botany, Physics, Chemistry and Zoology Science Blocks, Central Library Building, Social Sciences Block, University, University Health Centre, University Health Centre, Kosi, Baghmati, and Gandak P.G. Hostels for boys and Archana (Kamala) Hostel for girl students are new additions to the structural built of the University campus. The last phase of the ninth five years plan has set the tempo of construction activities, as a result of which eight U.G.C. quarters for lecturers, canteen, an ambitious Silver Jubilee Hall are nearing completion. Besides, the projects of construction of large stadium, magnificent auditorium, quarters for Pro-Vice-Chancellor and registrar etc. are on the anvil.
Total number of institutions affiliated to the university
Total Number of Affiliated Colleges - 24
Total Number of Constituent Colleges - 43
Stream Total no.
Liberal Arts, Science and Commerce 67
Professional Law 03
Ã‚Â· Number of working days of the university - 340
Ã‚Â· Number of teaching days of the university - 280
Ã‚Â· Ratio of full-time teachers to part-time teachers - No part time teacher
Ã‚Â· Ratio of teaching staff to non-teaching staff - 480 : 116
Ã‚Â· Percentage of classes taught by full-time faculty - 100%
The national and international linkages established for teaching
1. Indo-German Collaboration - Department of Botany and Bio-technology.
2. CSMC Bhawnagar, Gujrat - -do-
3. Dept. of Business Administration, University of Albania, USA (MBA)
4. Stochholm University - Department of Maithili
5. ICPR/ UGC - Department of Philosophy
6. Banaras Hindu University - Department of Physics
7. IIT Kanpur - -do-
8. Central Institute of Fisheries Education, Mumbai - Department of Zoology
9. IARC, France - Department of Zoology
10. CICFRI, Barrackpore - Department of Zoology
11. ITRC, Lucknow - Department of Zoology
In the beginning, the University was started in the Mohanpur House of Darbhanga - Sakri route. Later in 1975, it was shifted to the palatial and unique Raj Campus. Surely the L. N. Mithila University has a massive and worth seeing campus having buildings with all grandeur and splendour known as Kameshwarnagar. It is after the name of Late Maharajadhiraj Kameshwar Singh to whom the campus previously belonged.
Details of accommodation and setting of various units of the University in different Raj Buildings made available earlier to the University are as such :
Old Raj Building New Establishment
Raj Head Office University Administrative Office
Kalyani Bhawan (Nagauna Palace) P. G. Departments & Maharajadhiraj Kameshwar Singh Meseum.
Moti Mahal P. G. Department of Maths and Residential Quarters of Teaching and Non-Teaching.
Technical School Compound Office of the NCC, Office of the Non Teaching and StudentÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Association.
Lalbagh Guest House Compound Transferred to M. R. M. College and Ressidential Quarters of the officers and Non Teaching Staff.
Garage Compound Residence of Non Teaching Staff.
Srotriya Line Compound (3Qrs.) Residence of Teachers.
Quarters No. 6 Residence of Officer and teacher.
Special Officer Residence Residence of Teacher
ManagerÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Bungalow, Nargauna Residence of the V.C.
Side Building of Kalyani Bhawan Residence of Officers, Teachers and Non Teachers.
Astabal Compound Residence of Non Ã¢â‚¬â€œ Teaching & Office of the District Branch of the Bihar Home Guards.
New Engineering Compound Residence of Officer & Non-teachings.
Chief ManagerÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Bungalow Allotted to C. M. Law College, Darbhanga.
TutorÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Bungalow Office of the Music and Drama Department. (Ministry of Information and Broadcasting)
Quarter No Ã¢â‚¬â€œ11. Residence of teacher and Non teacher
Srtotriya Line (9 Quarters) Hostels of the Polytechnic Darbhanga (order passed by the court for evacuation)
Married Quarters 3-Astabal Compound Residence of Non-teching Staff.
European Guest House Guest House of the University and officers on ground floor, National Makhana Research Institute and Guest House on Ist Floor.
Jirat ManagerÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Bungalow Residence of officers and Teachers.
Raj Guest House Residence of Non - Teaching Staff.
Sipahi Line and Dinakar Awas Non Teaching Quarters.
This University is the proud possessor of a magnificent library which has as its nucleus 70,935 volumes of rare books, journals and manuscripts donated by the liberal Darbhanga Raj in 1975. It is gathered from oral tradition that the Raj library was built around the acquisitions made through auction purchase of the personal library of the former British Prime Minister Gladstone, whose signature and notigs can indeed be seen on the pages of many books. Besides these collections the University during the course of last over thirty years has acquired over 1,60,000 volumes of Books and Journals. Hawards British Parliamentary Debates, Gould's sets of Pictorial Books, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, volumes of the Journals of the Royal Asiatic Society of Bengal, the Asiatic Researcher, The Puneh are some notable collections in the Raj library.
Images / newspaper cuttings related to Lalit Narayan Mithila University
RTI activist questions LNMU VCs locus standi (News)
82 teachers to retire this year (News)
Printers devil evokes laughter at LNMU senate (News)
LNMU running with 3 Vice Chancellors (News)
Mahamahim nahi, Ab shri kahiye, Pranabh (News)
Media coverage of Lalit Narayan Mithila University, Darbhanga Bihar, Bihar
Lalit Narayan Mithila University to hold admission test for PG coursesDARBHANGA: The academic council (AC) of Lalit Narayan Mithila University (LNMU), at its meeting held on Sunday under the chairmanship of its vice-chancellor (VC) Samrendra Pratap Singh, approved the new regulation for Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Doctor of Literature (D.Lit) and Doctor of Science (D.Sc.) courses as well as introduction of semester system in the postgraduate (PG) courses from the next academic session (2012-13).
The approval followed intense deliberation at the meeting by the members, including principals of some constituent colleges, heads of postgraduate departments and the deans of faculties of sciences, commerce and humanities. In a major decision, the AC decided to hold entrance test for admission to the PG courses from the next academic session. Earlier, students were admitted on the basis of marks obtained at the three-year degree exams. According to the registrar of LNMU, Vijay Prasad Singh, before holding the Pre- PhD registration test, number of seats for PhD in each subject would be announced. On that basis, the number of students would be selected for each subject.
Earlier, large number of students used to pass registration test and become eligible for PhD. Before registration for PhD, students will have to undertake a course of research methodology for six months.
Synopsis for PhD, submitted by the students and approved by the supervisor, would be discussed at the department research council and the deliberation would be videographed. The open viva-voce exam after submission of thesis for PhD would also be videographed. It would done to prevent repetition of research work. A supervisor shall not have at any given point of time more than eight PhD scholars under him.
Jaykar Jha, dean of faculty of science-cum-member of the AC, said that for enrolment in D.Lit and D.Sc courses, the proposed research work would be sent to three nationally known experts of the subject and after receiving their recommendation, the candidate would be required to publish 10 research articles in the referred journals and then only enrolment for D.Lit and D.Sc courses would be done. Dean of Students Welfare (DSW) Prabhu Narayan Jha said the AC also approved the new syllabi of different subjects of PG courses for the semester system to be introduced from the next session. Heads of the PG departments have prepared these syllabi. S M Jha, dean of the faculty of commerce, said all the decisions had been taken for qualitative improvement in higher education.
Colleges affiliated with this UniversityTotal number of colleges affiliated with this University = 46
1 Acharya Narendra Dev College, Samastipur
2 APSM College, Barauni
3 Bali Ram Bhagat College, Samastipur
4 BM College, Rahika
5 BMA College, Baheri
6 Chandradhari Mithila Science College, Darbhanga
7 Chandramukhi Bhola College, Deorh
8 CM College, Darbhanga
9 CM Law College, Darbhanga
10 CMJ College, Donwarihat
11 Co operative College, Begusarai
12 DB College, Jainagar
13 DBKN College, Narhan
14 Dr Lohia Karpoori Bishweshwar Das College, Tajpur
15 Ganesh Dutt College, Begusarai
16 Ganga Singh Law College, Chapra
17 GMRD College, Mohanpur
18 HPS College, Madhepur
19 Jagdish Nandan College, Madhubani
20 Janta Koshi College, Biroul
21 JMDPL College, Madhubani
22 JN College, Nehra
23 Kunwar Singh College, Darbhanga
24 KV Science College, Benipatti
25 LN Janta College, Jhanjharpur
26 Madhepur Teachers Training College, Madhepur
27 Maharani Kalyani College, Laheriasarai
28 Marwari College, Darbhanga
29 Millat College, Darbhanga
30 MKS College, Darbhanga
31 MLS College, Sarisabpahi
32 MLSM College, Darbhanga
33 MRM College, Darbhanga
34 Ram Krishna College, Madhubani
35 Rameshwar Laxmi Mahto Teachers Training College, Rosera
36 Rash Narayan College, Pandaul
37 RB College, Dalsinghsarai
38 RBS College, Andaur
39 RCS College, Manjhaul
40 RNAR College, Samastipura
41 Samastipur College, Samastipur
42 Shri Krishan Mahila College, Begusarai
43 Uma Pandey College, Pusa
44 UR College, Rosera
45 Vishweshwar Singh Janta College, Rajnagar
46 Womens College, Samastipur
Some other Colleges in Bihar
KKM College, Jamui
Jamui (District )
Jamalpur College, Jamalpur
Jamalpur (District )
RB College, Dalsinghsarai
Dalsinghsarai (District Samastipur)
BSS College, Supual
Supual (District Supual)
BP Mandal College of Engineering, Madhepura
Madhepura (District )