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Makhanalal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh
Address:E-8, P.O. Box No. RSN/560,
Trilochan Singh Nagar, Shahpura, R.S.N - 560
Bhopal
Madhya Pradesh, India
Pin Code : 462016


Makhanalal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is a University recognised by UGC. Status: State University.

Makhanalal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is also known as Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism And Communication.

Makhanalal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh was established on / in 1990.


Makhanalal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is situated in Bhopal of Madhya Pradesh state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Bhopal comes under Bhopal Tehsil, District.

Fax # of Makhanalal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is 0755-2561970.

Contact Person(s) of the Makhanalal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is (are): Rector and Director (IT): Shri O.P. Dubey Phone: 0755- 4290229, 2725559 E-mail :ractor@mcu.ac.in.

email ID(s) is Makhanalal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Vishwavidyalaya Bhopal Madhya Pradesh

Website of Makhanalal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is www.mcu.ac.in/.

Vice Chancellor : Shri Achyutanand Mishra Phone: 0755 - 4290227, 2725559, 5290227 E-mail :vc@mcu.ac.in, dg@mcu.ac.in.

Registrar : Dr. Anil Choubey Phone: 0755- 2725307,5294824 E-mail :registrar@mcu.ac.in.


Contact Details of Makhanalal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh are : Telephone: +91-755-2725307, 2725559


Courses

* Master of Journalism (MJ)
* Master of Mass Communication (MAMC)
* Master of Broadcast Journalism (MABJ)
* Master of Science (Electronic Media) [M.Sc. (EM)]
* Post Graduate Diploma in Media (PGDM)
* Bachelor of Journalism (BJ) - One Year
* Bachelor of Journalism (BJ) - Three Year
* Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA)
* M.Sc (Computer Science)


Makhanalal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh runs course(s) in Arts, Computer Applications, Computer Hardware and Networking, Information Technology, Mass Communication and Journalism stream(s).

Profile of Makhanalal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Vishwavidyalaya


Introduction
The Makhanalal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal was set up by Act No. 15 captioned "Madhya Pradesh Makhanlal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Vishwavidyalaya Sansthan Adhiniyam, 1990". of the Govt. of Madhya Pradesh, to commemorate the birth centenary of renowned freedom-fighter, veteran Hindi poet and honoured journalist Pt. Makhanlal Chaturvedi.

The University was formally inaugurated by the then Vice-President of India, Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma, on 16th January, 1991.

This University, having a unique character in the whole of Asia, was set up with the objective of providing high quality and innovative education, training and research in the specific fields of Mass Communication, Journalism, Library and Information Science, Public Relations, Computer Applications and Information Technology. the University is being developed as a pioneering center for dissemination of knowledge and skills in these fields. It also aims at evolving appropriate technology and softwa4re for rural and tribal communication through journalism, library science and development of appropriate graphic interfaces.

The University believes in the synthesis of theoretical and practical knowledge. the aim of the University is not to create an army of career seeking persons but to produce professionals who are committed and accountable to the society and the nation as a whole.

The University enjoys a unique administrative and academic structure. The Vice-President of India is the visitor of the University. The University is governed by the general council headed by the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh. the Council has distinguished dignitaries amongst its members, including State Finance Minister, State Public Relations Minister, State Education Minister, Nominee of parliament, Chairman of the Press council of India, representatives from various State Governments eminent journalists, media experts and scholar. The Director General of the University is the Secretary of this Council.

The University has also an Academic Council which is the supreme academic body charged with the responsibility of maintaining high standards in various courses and curricula. This Council approves the Courses and governs the academic standards.

The University is a member of the Association of Common Wealth Universities, London and of the Association of Indian Universities (AIU). The State Government offers development grant, building grant, land allotment etc. as and when needed, to the University.

The University Grants Commission has recognized this University vide its No. F.9-4/92 (PP-1) dated 27th November, 1992 as a statutory University.

Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and Communication (MCU Bhopal) is a well-known name in the field of mass commiunication and journalism education. Located at Bhopal, it is a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities and the Association of Indian Universities. The university imparts education through its network of institutes. It has been granted jurisdiction throughout the country. It is not an open university and does not offer distance education.

About University
1. Makhanlal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal, was set up by Act Number 15 of 1990 of the Legislative Assembly of Madhya Pradesh. The University is named after Makhanlal Chaturvedi, a renowned Freedom Fighter, Poet and Journalist.

2. This University was formally inaugurated by Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma, the then Vice President of India, on 16th January, 1991.

3. The University is a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities and the Association of Indian Universities (AIU).

4. It is not an Open University providing Distance Education. It does not provide education through correspondence.

5. It is not a Conventional University having limited territorial jurisdiction. It has jurisdiction through out the country. Consistent with the recent trend of globalisation and internationalisation of education, the University is imparting education outside the country also.

6. In keeping with its national character :-

The Vice President of India is the Visitor of the University

The General Council of the University, which is its Apex Body, comprises, amongst others, the following:-

A member of the Lok Sabha, nominated by the Speaker of Lok Sabha

A member of the Rajya Sabha, nominated by the Chairperson of Rajya Sabha

Chairman of the Press Council of India

Ten members representing different States of the country. Five of them are nominated by Chief Ministers of respective States. The remaining five are representatives of five Indian languages

Three members representing three All India Professional Bodies.

Five professionals from various parts of the country.

7. The University aims at developing excellent professionals with social commitment.

8. The University imparts education through :-

Its Teaching Departments at Bhopal
Its campuses at Noida, which is now for all practical purposes, a part of Delhi; and at Khandwa
Network of Study Institutes spread over the whole country

9. These Study Institutes are run by non-profit Societies & Trusts which are registered under the relevant laws.

10. The relationship between the University and its Study Institutes comes closest to, and can be best described as, that existing between a Conventional University and its Affiliated Colleges.

11. That is why;

The University prescribes norms for infrastructure, qualifications and number of faculty, eligibility for admission of students, norms of admission of students on merit, curriculum, number of teaching days (at least 90 days per Semester), minimum number of hours for Class Room-teaching, Laboratory and Practical Work per week, attendance required (75%) for students to be eligible to appear at the University examination and for other matters for which a Conventional University ordinarily prescribes norms for its affiliated colleges.

The University conducts examinations in a fair, strict and credible manner.

12. Study Institutes which run Diploma Courses only are called Registered Study Institutes. Those which offer Degree and Post Graduate Courses are called Associated Study Institutes.

13. The University registers or associates a Study Institute only if inspection by competent and trustworthy professionals finds it adhering to the prescribed norms or having potential to come up to these norms, within a reasonable period.

14. Continued observance of prescribed norms is ensured through both regular and systematic inspections, and surprise inspections.

15. Curricula for Courses of the University are designed and regularly updated jointly by eminent academics and professionals which have to be strictly followed by all Study Institutes and their students.

16. To promote holistic development of the personality of the students, to provide a platform to nurture and present artistic, literary and sports talents and to develop a feeling of fraternity and camaraderie amongst the students of the University, inter-Study Institutes, inter-Zonal and National level cultural and sports meets are organised.

Profile
Makhanlal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal, was set up by act of the Legislative Assembly of Madhya Pradesh. The University is named after Makhanlal Chaturvedi, a renowned Freedom Fighter, Poet and Journalist.

Makhanlal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Evam Sanchar Vishwavidyalaya (National University of Journalism and Communication) is the first University of the country dedicated to the Journalism and communication field.

This University was formally inaugurated by Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma, the then Vice President of India, on 16th January, 1991. The University is a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities and the Association of Indian Universities (AIU).

Curricula for Courses of the University are designed and regularly updated jointly by eminent academics and professionals.

To provide a platform to nurture and present artistic, literary and sports talents and to develop a feeling of fraternity among the students of the University, inter-Study Institutes, inter-Zonal and National level cultural and sports meets are also organized.

Makhanlal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Evam Sanchar Vishwavidyalaya does not offer education through correspondence mode.

History
Makhanlal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal, was set up by Act 1990 of the Legislative Assembly of Madhya Pradesh. The University is named after Makhanlal Chaturvedi, a renowned Freedom Fighter, Poet and Journalist. This University was formally inaugurated by Dr Shankar Dayal Sharma, the then Vice President of India, in 1991.

Profile of Vice - Chancellor
Welcome to Makhanlal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Avam Sanchar Vishwavidyalaya (MCU). MCU is the Asia's First University, exclusively dedicated to Journalism and Communication fields. The University's main campus is located at Bhopal. Two other campuses are at Noida (Near New Delhi) and Khandwa. MCU's mission is to participate in the discovery, transmission and preservation of knowledge and to stimulate the intellectual life, economic and cultural development of India through providing the best human resources in the field of journalism, mass communication and other allied subjects. The University is committed to preparing its students to work, acquire skills and enlarge their capacities that equip them adequately to live in rapidly changing global environment. We are committed to the highest standards of teaching and research across the broad range of disciplines offered at graduate & PG levels. The students of this University have not only shown their abilities and competence within the country but some of them are also shining abroad as well. Throughout its history, the University has provided a wide range of higher education with a commitment to excellence in teaching, learning and research which is responsive to regional and national needs. We believe that students, wherever they are studying, are the reason for our existence. We also believe that professional care for students is part of the responsibility of a University that claims to provide students with a reasonable chance of success in their studies. During the year, the curriculum of Media subjects has been revised with a view to up-grade and up-date the course contents of various courses. Our prestigious Research Project 'Indian Language Journalism in Independent India' has made further head-way in the year 2008. After publication of eight Volumes of the Research Project during the year 2007, six manuscripts have been given to the Publishers which will be published shortly. It is expected that during the year 2009, another 20 books will be published under this Research Project. During the year 2008, the University has acquired 50 acres of land for its new campus from the State Government. Lease Deed has been executed in favour of the University and possession has been taken. It is hoped that the construction on the new site will be started sometime during the year 2009. We are committed to provide quality journalism to future media persons who are ready to join Mass Communication to Corporate Communication. I am confident that with the help of our highly creative faculty members, media professionals in the country and the senior media academicians, this University will be able to serve the aspirations of our students, media industry and associated institutions(for Media Courses) throughout the country, working under our umbrella. At the behest of Press Council of India, this University has been entrusted to work as a Nodal Agency to prepare a draft of model curriculum to standardize the media education.

The University is also bringing out a quarterly magazine 'Media Meemansa' to reflect about issues that pertain to interface between media and society. So far six issues of Media Meemansa have been brought out and this initiative has acquired phenomenal success in getting appreciation of media professionals, academic community and enlightened readers.

There has been further increase in the number of students in the associate Institutes during the year. However, to keep the student strength within the manageable limit and to ensure quality education and examination, the University is constrained to put restrictions on association of new Computer/IT institutes and bar sanction of additional courses/additional seats at some places where the number of student has become too large. It is hoped that the Institutes and others will bear with us in this matter. We welcome feedback from students and teachers (at UTD or from its associated study centres) on any issues that affect their ability to be successful at the University. Students who have problems associated with their academic progress should, in the first instance, consult their Coordinators within the Faculty (at the UTD and to the centre in-charge at the associated study centre) in which they are enrolled. If necessary, problems should be brought to the attention of the Head of Department or, through proper channels, to the Rector and to me. I wish all students well in their studies, and I am confident that the time spent at MCU can lay the foundation for professional and personal satisfaction. Your undergraduate or postgraduate program will be only part of a life-long learning experience. MCU through its commitment to providing flexible learning opportunities can be part of that life-long process and I encourage you to retain your contacts with us and to make use of us as a natural part of your ongoing personal and professional development.

Wishing you all a happy learning in the New Year.

Achyutanand Mishra
Vice Chancellor

01-01-2009

Educational Streams
The university imparts education through its teaching departments at Bhopal, Campuses at Noida and network of study institutes spread over the country. Study Institutes running Diploma Courses are called Registered Study Institutes, while those offering Degree and Post Graduate Courses are called Associated Study Institutes. Prospectus of the university is finalised by eminent academics and professionals. Admissions are based on merit. Media courses in graduate and postgraduate levels are the core components of its academic zone. Study Institutes which take its courses to the students are non profit societies and trusts which are registered under the relevant laws. The relationship between the university and its study institutes is, to a large extent, similar to a conventional university and its affiliated colleges.

Facilities
Library has ample books and journals to take care of the academic needs of the students and the staff. Laboratories have been developed with latest tools so that the learners could properly develop their required skills. The study institutes have proper infrastructure to impart education.

Faculties/Departments
Faculties:
* Journalism and Communication
* Computer Science & IT

Deparments:
Department of Computer Application
Department of Journalism

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Two new departments in Makhanlal Chaturvedi Journalism University

Bhopal: Two new departments and a media technology college will soon be set up in the Makhanlal Chaturvedi National Journalism University. The decision was taken at a meeting of the Mahaparishad and Managing Committee chaired by the Finance Minister Raghavji on Tuesday.

The dearness allowance of the task employees working in the University would be increased at par with the same granted to the state governments employees from time to time.

The meeting decided to set up a Media Technology Department that would offer specialization courses in printing and packaging technology and convergence technology. Another department of Communication Tradition of India would also be set up.

This department would have three Seats of Learning i.e. Narad Muni Pith, Patanjali Pith and Bharat Muni Pith. Posts of Deputy Registrar, Assistant Registrar, Office Superintendent and Producer were sanctioned at the meeting.
The Mahaparishad expressed satisfaction over achievements and expansion of the University and gave its sanction for future academic and research projects.

It also accorded sanction for construction of Universitys building on the proposed site at Bishankhedi as per the best of designs submitted by architects. As first installment Rs. 10 crore were sanction for construction of the building.
At the outset the Vice Chancellor Prof. Brijkishore Kuthiyala introduced the members. The Mahaparishad passed a condolence resolution to pay tribute to its former member late Mr Ajit Bhattacharji.

The Vice Chancellor read out the action taken report on the decision taken at previous meeting of the Mahaparishad and Managing Committee. The meeting also approved the budget for year 2011-12 and audited accounts of financial year 2009-10.

Quintessential Charmer

When Rajiv Gandhi became PM, there was a clamour to interview him. I was with Dharmyug and was lucky to get an appointment. Mani Shankar Aiyar used to handle his affairs. When the interview was approved, he asked for a questionnaire. I refused explaining that the interview would then not be spontaneous. I insisted that I did not want a stereotypical interview. But Aiyar was still not convinced and asked me to talk to him as I would with Rajiv. It was only then that I got the go-ahead.

Around the same time, I had written an article: Feroz Gandhis forgotten story, born out of my dismay that people always referred to Rajivji only as Indira Gandhis son. When I gave the article to Rajivji, he gave me an autographed photograph of Feroz Gandhi. At the interview, Sonia was with him. This certainly was not normal but I think Aiyar had spoken about me in such terms that her curiosity was piqued. I began by asking Rajiv about his childhood. He said he did not remember much. I reminded him of his years in Lucknow. He told me his fathers home was very well kept and that many monkeys would roam around the terrace, but the brothers would never hit the animals.

Though our interview was over with the announcement that the King of Nepal had arrived, I was not satisfied. I requested Soniaji to give me an interview. She was known to persistently turn down such requests and had even said no to Margaret Thatchers daughter. But she surprised me by asking when would I like to do it. I said I would come the following day. The next day, we spoke for four hours. And then for three more days. It became a much-talked about interview. It was translated into 17 languages.

The love between Rajiv and Sonia was incomparable. Both would communicate wordlessly. He would often mention her in conversations. On October 26, 1986, they were at Rajghat, when he was attacked. He insisted that she go home but she refused. Finally she asked her security to park her car in a manner where he could not see her while she could keep an eye on him.
I once asked her why her face remained so stiff like a mask when she was with her husband. She told me that since Indirajis assassination, she feared for her husbands life and security and that when she was with him, her mind would be with the children at home. I asked her, What about your security? She said, Rajiv is my security.

I accompanied Rajivji on many of his foreign trips. A trip to Australia coincided with an Indo-Australia cricket match in Chennai and he used the occasion as an introduction of his speech by saying, I have to start batting here, be it to your bouncers or googlies, he quipped to an appreciative audience.

On the same trip I witnessed how his composure would impress even his detractors. At one point his motorcade crossed a group of protesting Indians who were shouting slogans against him. When he crossed the group, he held out his hand and the protestors forgot shouting for a while. On a trip to New Zealand, he had to address a public gathering. When he began to read out a prepared text in English, there were calls for him to speak in Hindi, which he did.

Another time he was addressing a huge gathering at the inauguration of the Makhanlal Chaturvedi University in Bhopal. He was mispronouncing Makhanlals name. I sent him a chit with the correct pronunciation and he immediately rectified his mistake. Later he sent me a Thank You note.

I once asked Rajiv how he felt while flying. He said he was never scared, but treated it as an exciting challenge. He also told me how, as a child, he liked pulling apart and then setting together his mechanical toys for he always liked challenging himself. He had once made a radio operated by solar energy. He would tell me often how his mother, Indiraji, would tell him stories of patriotism. Those stories got ingrained in his personality

Makhanlal universitys placement process draws students ire

Bhopal: The students protest which rocked the Makhanlal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Vishwavidyalaya (MCRPV) campus on Monday has raised questions over the working of the university administration. While the MCRPV administration has adopted a defensive stance over the issue, students are preparing for a long pitched battle even as the university administration has lodged a complaint with the police against identified persons for creating a ruckus in the campus a day earlier.Students of the electronic media department, on Monday, protested against the campus placement which was being held for the journalism department.Electronic media students accused the university administration of being biased against them. Ashish Soni, a student, charged the MCRPV officials of favouring journalism students and said that the administration has always given privilege to them in campus placements.Soni added that while journalism department students were asked to submit their bio-data for campus recruitment in February, the university administration didnt even bother to consider the case of electronic media students.Students blamed the journalism department head Pushpendra Pal Singh for the sorry state of affairs. However, Singh denied commenting over the issue.Meanwhile, university Registrar Dr. Sudhir Kumar Trivedi said that following Mondays protest the placement cell has been directed to inform the administration about all placement drive being conducted in the campus.

Two new departments in Makhanlal Chaturvedi Journalism University

Bhopal: Two new departments and a media technology college will soon be set up in the Makhanlal Chaturvedi National Journalism University. The decision was taken at a meeting of the Mahaparishad and Managing Committee chaired by the Finance Minister Raghavji on Tuesday.

The dearness allowance of the task employees working in the University would be increased at par with the same granted to the state governments employees from time to time.
The meeting decided to set up a Media Technology Department that would offer specialization courses in printing and packaging technology and convergence technology. Another department of Communication Tradition of India would also be set up.

This department would have three Seats of Learning i.e. Narad Muni Pith, Patanjali Pith and Bharat Muni Pith. Posts of Deputy Registrar, Assistant Registrar, Office Superintendent and Producer were sanctioned at the meeting.
The Mahaparishad expressed satisfaction over achievements and expansion of the University and gave its sanction for future academic and research projects.

It also accorded sanction for construction of Universitys building on the proposed site at Bishankhedi as per the best of designs submitted by architects. As first installment Rs. 10 crore were sanction for construction of the building.
At the outset the Vice Chancellor Prof. Brijkishore Kuthiyala introduced the members. The Mahaparishad passed a condolence resolution to pay tribute to its former member late Mr Ajit Bhattacharji.
The Vice Chancellor read out the action taken report on the decision taken at previous meeting of the Mahaparishad and Managing Committee. The meeting also approved the budget for year 2011-12 and audited accounts of financial year 2009-10.

Two new departments in Makhanlal Chaturvedi Journalism University

Bhopal: Two new departments and a media technology college will soon be set up in the Makhanlal Chaturvedi National Journalism University. The decision was taken at a meeting of the Mahaparishad and Managing Committee chaired by the Finance Minister Raghavji on Tuesday.

The dearness allowance of the task employees working in the University would be increased at par with the same granted to the state governments employees from time to time.The meeting decided to set up a Media Technology Department that would offer specialization courses in printing and packaging technology and convergence technology. Another department of Communication Tradition of India would also be set up.

This department would have three Seats of Learning i.e. Narad Muni Pith, Patanjali Pith and Bharat Muni Pith. Posts of Deputy Registrar, Assistant Registrar, Office Superintendent and Producer were sanctioned at the meeting.
The Mahaparishad expressed satisfaction over achievements and expansion of the University and gave its sanction for future academic and research projects.

It also accorded sanction for construction of Universitys building on the proposed site at Bishankhedi as per the best of designs submitted by architects. As first installment Rs. 10 crore were sanction for construction of the building.
At the outset the Vice Chancellor Prof. Brijkishore Kuthiyala introduced the members. The Mahaparishad passed a condolence resolution to pay tribute to its former member late Mr Ajit Bhattacharji.

The Vice Chancellor read out the action taken report on the decision taken at previous meeting of the Mahaparishad and Managing Committee. The meeting also approved the budget for year 2011-12 and audited accounts of financial year 2009-10.

Makhanlal Chaturvedi University begins admission procedure

Bhopal: The Makhanlal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Vishwavidyalaya (MCRPV) here has begun the admission procedure for different programmes for the academic session 2011-12.

The last date for the submission of applications for Bhopal, Noida and Khandwa campuses is May 25, 2011.
Admissions to all courses will be given on the basis of an entrance test, which will be conducted by MCPRV on June 12, 2011.The test will be held at designated centres in the cities of Bhopal, Kolkata, Lucknow, Patna, Ranchi, Jaipur, Delhi/Noida and Khandwa.

For more information on the academic programmes, entrance test and the prospecturs, one can log onto the MCPRV website, www.mcu.ac.in or call 0755-2553523 (Bhopal), 0120-4260640 (Noida), 0733-2248895 (Khandwa).
or call 0755-2553523 (Bhopal), 0120-4260640 (Noida), 0733-2248895 (Khandwa).

Admission process at Makhanlal Chaturvedi University begins

Bhopal: The process of admissions to the new academic session at Makhanlal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Evam Sanchar Vishwavidyalaya has begun. The last date of filing applications has been fixed at May 25.

The entrance exam will be held on June 12 at nine centres across the country. The Vice Chancellor of the university, Prof B K Kuthiala, said that the university is offering MBA, MCA, MJ , MA, M Sc , PG Diploma, BCA, BMC, B Sc courses in various disciplines. Entry to these courses will be strictly based on merit.

The VC also said that the examination centres will be located at Bhopal, Kolkata, Lucknow, Patna, Ranchi, Jaipur, Delhi and Khandwa.

Makhanlal university witnesses students protest yet again, one injured

Bhopal: States reputed media university- Makhanlal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Vishwavidyalaya (MCRPV), which has been in news mostly for bad reasons in the recent past, witnessed chaotic scenes on Monday with the students protesting against the campus selection, which actually never took place.

The university administration had organised a guest lecture, which the students mistook as campus placement. Shouting slogans against the university officials, students stormed into the class room where the guest lecture was being held. Soon, students of different classes joined the protest.

They demanded the lecture to be stopped immediately as they mistook it as campus placement. Agitating students also had a heated exchange of words with lecturers, who tried in vain to pacify them.

Later, the protest took a violent turn with the students smashing the furniture kept in classrooms and offices.
The ruckus, which seized the university for over two hours, subsided only when Registrar Dr. Sudhir Aggarwal and Head of the Department, Journalism, Pushpendra Pal Singh stepped in.

According to reports, one of students was also injured during the agitation.

Student gets 104 marks out of 100 in Makhanlal Chaturvedi Univ exam

Bhopal: A student of the Makhanlal Chaturvedi University was awarded 104 marks out of 100 in the first semester MA (Braodcast Journalism) examination.Swati Saxena (Roll number 521026), a student of MA (Braodcast Journalism) received 104 marks in the Introduction to Communication and Media paper, scoring 87 and 17 marks in external and internal exams respectively.

29 students appeared for the first semester examination which was held in December 2010. The students had to appear in six papers of 100 marks each. Five out of these six papers had both external and internal exams having a division of 75 and 25 marks, respectively, out of 100. The remaining 100 marks were for practical and viva exams.

The university administration admitted that a mistake was made while filing data in computer and those responsible for the lapse would be brought to task.

Colleges affiliated with this University

Total number of colleges affiliated with this University = 1
1 Peoples Institute of Media Studies, Bhopal


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