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Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore, Madhya Pradesh
Address: Plot / Street / Area
R.N. Tagore Marg
Indore (District Indore)
Madhya Pradesh, India
Pin Code : 452017


Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore Madhya Pradesh is a University recognised by UGC. Status: State University. Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore Madhya Pradesh is also known as formerly Indore Vishwavidyalaya. Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore Madhya Pradesh was established on / in 1964.


Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya is situated in Indore of Madhya Pradesh state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Indore comes under Indore Tehsil, Indore District.

Fax # of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore Madhya Pradesh is 0731-2529540, 2467378, 2764385.

Contact Person(s) of the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore Madhya Pradesh is (are): Dr.Rajesh Sharma.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore Madhya Pradesh are Shri Pratosh Bansal 9426045326, Shri Paresh Atri, 9893693622, 9977141277.

email ID(s) is Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya Indore Madhya Pradesh

Website of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore Madhya Pradesh is www.dauniv.ac.in, www.iet.dauniv.ac.in, .

Additional Information about Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore Madhya Pradesh is : 23 August 2013
Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya without NAAC accreditation
DAVV will have to function without their NAAC tag as their grading will expire in mid-September and the inspection team will arrive only by December 14, 2013.

Vice Chancellor : Dr. Ajit Singh Sehrawet, Phone: 2521887, Fax: 2523352.

Registrar : Dr.R.D.Musalgoankar, registrar.davv@dauniv.ac.in, Phone: 2527532, Fax: 2529540.


Contact Details of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore Madhya Pradesh are : Telephone: +91-731-2527532, 2361116, 2361117, 2460309(O-2552918)

Institute Of Education (Centre Of Excellence), Indore,
DEVI AHILYA VISHWAVIDYALAYA, AB ROAD
Indore-452001. It runs B Ed courses. Telephone: 466685

School of Education Devi Ahilya Vishavvidyalaya, Indore, Madhya Pradesh, Bhawar Kuan Chowk, Indore runs B.Ed, M.Ed courses. Tel: 0731-2466685

International Institute Of Professional Studies, RN Tagore Marg, Indore runs MBA Course.
Email Id: dir.iet@dauniv.ac

Following colleges are different:
Devi Ahilya College Of Pharmacy, Indore
Devi Ahilya Vishwavidalaya School of Pharmacy, Indore (Pharmacy course running since 2001)



Courses

Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore Madhya Pradesh runs course(s) in Pharmacy stream(s).
Educational Streams
The University imparts education at UG/PG level in almost all the basic and professional disciplines. The University is famous for its courses in the fields of Computer, Information Technology, Management and Engineering, research work in fields of Education, Life Sciences, Physics, Economics and Chemistry and it has also established centers for Electronic Media, Adult Education and Information Technology. The University has carved a niche for itself by starting Computer Courses of MCA and MSc Computer Science (Software) funded by DOE (now MIT Govt of India), UGC 2 and DRDO and became one of twelve centers in the country and first time in Madhya Pradesh.

Faculties/Departments
* Biochemistry
* Biosciences
* Biotechnology
* Chemistry
* Computer Science & Engineering
* Electronics & Electrical Communication Engineering
* Electronics and Communication
* Engineering & Technology
* Information Technology
* Life Science
* Mathematics
* Mechanical Engineering
* Science
* Statistics

Departments
* Academic Staff College
* Bahai Chair for Studies in Development
* Central Library
* Centre for Science Communication
* Centre for e-Business
* Department of Adult / Continuing Education & Extension
* Educational Multimedia Research Centre
* Information Technology Centre
* Institute of Engineering & Technology (IET)
* Institute of Management Studies (IMS)
* International Institute of Professional Studies
* School of Advanced Liberal Studies
* School of Biochemistry
* School of Biotechnology
* School of Chemical Science[1]
* School of Commerce
* School of Comparative Language & Culture
* School of Computer Science
* School of Economics
* School of Education
* School of Electronics
* School of Energy & Environmental Studies
* School of Futures Studies & Planning
* School of Instrumentation
* School of Journalism & Mass Communication
* School of Law
* School of Life Sciences
* School of Mathematics
* School of Pharmacy
* School of Physical Education
* School of Physics
* School of Statistics
* University Minority Cell
B.Pharm

Devi Ahilya Vishwavidalaya is among the first few universities to have started B.Ed. in 1968 and MBA in 1969.

Profile of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya

Introduction
Devi Ahilya Vishwavidalaya was established in the year 1964 by an act of legislative assembly of Madhya Pradesh. Initially it was known as the University of Indore and the jurisdiction was limited to the district of Indore. Later in the year 1988 University was renamed after the famous and benevolent ruler of Malwa i.e. Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar. During reorganization of the Universities the jurisdiction of the University was expanded over to Indore division spanning over Six Districts. In Indore division, there are fifty four development blocks, out of which forty development blocks are identified as tribal blocks. In all there are 153 affiliated colleges imparting education at UG/PG level in almost all the basic & professional disciplines. University now has 6000 students in its campus and total 1,20,000 students in its affiliated colleges. University has 16 Faculties.

The University is named after Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar who ruled the region of Indore (includes six other districts apart from Indore). The university has 6000 students in its campus and total 120,000 students in about 153 affiliated colleges. Devi Ahilya University, also called Indore University is a major university in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India.

About DAVV
Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) formerly, Indore Vishwavidyalaya, established in 1964 at Indore - the pride city of Malwa, is the leading univeristy in the central part of India. DAVV has envisaged the need of qualified professionals in all walks of life and society. It has encompassed the frontline areas of education including Science, Applied Science, Computer Science, Information Technology, Biotechnology, Law, Journalism, Tourism, Managment and Engineering. it has over thirty teaching departments offering, graduate and post-graduate programs. Most of them also provide the facilities of doctrol research. DAVV is a state university supported by both, the goverment of MP and University Grant Commission (UGC). It name appears in the common wealth yearbook and it has been declared as Model University by the Government of M.P. DAVV has been declared a four star (****) university by National Assesment and Accredation Council (NAAC) - UGC. In addition to its own departments, it has got over 110 affiliated colleges. It also provides centres and forums for learning and knowledge exchange for many small and medium scale industrial units and business houses, located in Indore, Dewas, Pithampur etc.

DAVV has also organized academic events like Indian events like Indian Science Congress, International Conference, Vice-Chancellors' meets and youth festival in the past decade and achieved professional excellence. Research publication in National and International Journals, participation in editorial boards and book writing by university professors are a regular feature confirming to its academic excellence. DAVV has three campuses: Nalanda Parisar, Takshashila Parisar and Avanti Parisar. Office of the Vice-Chancellor, Administratative Block, Office of Dean- Student's Welfare, Priting Press, School of Economics, Centre of Employment Information's etc. are located at Nalanda Parisar. All Other Centres, Schools, Departments, Institutes and Central Library of the university are located at Takshashila Parisar and Avanti Parisar. Apart from individual computing facility for differint departments there is a large and the most modern IT center in Takshashila parisar for all DAVV students, faculty and other staff of the university.

Profile
Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya is a statutory University of the State Government of Madhya Pradesh. The University has been acknowledged by the State Government and the University Grants Commission, New Delhi. NAAC has awarded a four star status to the University and it has also won the Center of Excellence award by the Government of Madhya Pradesh. It is considered the best centre of IT education in the central part of the country.

The Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAW) has an enviable track record of being one of the best known universities in the country. And its management education endeavours too have been well recognised by the industry. The institute runs a full-fledged MBA programme, a part-time programme and a postgraduate diploma programme in finance and hospital administration.

Established in 1969 under the aegis of DAW, the Institute of Management Studies (IMS) acts as the management education wing of DAW and shares the responsibility to provide leadership in fulfilling the joint mission of education, research and training. The institute is one of the top-ranking institutions in India.

IMS has an ongoing health care programme with the Tulane University, New Orleans, USA. The institute is part of a USAID funded consortium with the Tulane University, for teaching, training and research in hospital administration. It also has academic collaboration with National Institute of Urban Affairs (NIUA) for training activities. The institute has tie-ups with Vinod Gupta Charitable Foundation, New Delhi, and Social Work Academy for Research and Action, Jaipur, Rajasthan (SWARAJ) too for academic purposes.

The institute has dedicated, young and highly qualified faculty, which is supported by distinguished visiting and guest faculty from industry and professions like consulting, chartered accountancy, etc. It has developed strong linkage with industry, which has continuously provided it unstinted support and co-operation. The institute is a centre of excellence in management education and research.

IMS's two-storey library has more than 30,000 books on the shelves; it also subscribes to more than 170 Indian and foreign journals and periodicals. It has a spacious, reading and study section that can seat about 150 students. The library also has an audio-visual support system and a collection of latest video films on management and academics. The central library at DAW's Takshashila campus also provides the students with the opportunity to access the cornucopia of books on varioiis subjects. It has an exhaustive collection of educational CD-ROMs, to give students access to a vast treasury of inf ormation.

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HC issues notice to DAVV, DHE (News)

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Media coverage of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore Madhya Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh

NSUI gives call for college bandh on October 10

For all-round excellence, Varsha gets prez post Share Indore: National Student Union of India (NSUI) has given a call for bandh of all colleges on October 10 to protest alleged reluctance of DAVV officials to probing appointment of Varsha Sharma as university student council president. NSUI district president Vipin Wankhede said that the officials of DAVV are indifferent to the matter.

We throng the university campus daily, hoping that the officials will take some action but all efforts go in vain. They have stopped taking my calls. We will call an all college bandh on October 10, said Wankhede. Varsha Shrama, who was sworn in as the new university president on September 29, landed into a controversy due to her academic documents.

Vice Chancellor PK Mishra instructed the grievance panel of the student union polls to conduct a probe and verify the documents submitted by Varsha. But the committee refused to do so, claiming that the grievance cell stood dissolved soon after the elections. Since then no development has taken on this front from the Varsitys side.

Soon a new medical college in Indore

Indore: The fate of Devi Ahilya Universitys new medical college is in the hands of the working committee. Some important decisions regarding the new medical college were taken in the meeting of the committee on Wednesday. The name of the medical college has been decided as Institute of Medical and Health Sciences.

The institute aims to offer courses on Ayurvedic, Dental, and Paramedical Sciences. A proposal will be send to the the Medical Council of India (MCI) by the end of August in this regard.Dr Chaparwal was made the chairman of the Advisory Committee of the new medical college in the meeting. The working committee will further discuss about the functioning of the college at a meeting scheduled on July 30.

The idea of the new medical college was proposed by the university in 2001. The university had even signed an MOU with the Maharaja Yeshwantrao hospital in this regard. However according to the new MCI rules the university has to be in touch with some government or district hospital. But, the university has decided that the project of new medical college will no stopped under any circumstances.

Member of working committee Sunanda Jain has even said that the city will certainly have the new medical college.

Laidback Devi Ahilya University under scanner again

Indore: The laidback approach of the Devi Ahilya University officials is reaching new heights. Now a multi-crore irregularity in the accounts has come to the fore.

The university takes Rs 100 from graduate and postgraduate students for sending their degrees to their postal address and according to rules this should happen within six months. This fee is taken right at the time of admission.

But there are students who despite paying the mandatory Rs 100 fee are waiting for their degrees for as many as six years.
Students say that until Rs 100 fee is paid and an application is submitted again, the degree is not given by the university officials.

Some students are contemplating court action against the university.
With each exposure, Devi Ahilya Universitys callousness towards its students is getting more shocking.

Devi Ahilya University examinations postponed due to Diwali

Indore: Taking note of the demand made by students, the Devi Ahilya University administration has decided to postpone all examinations during October 24-29. The decision was taken in view of the Diwali festival celebrations.

Earlier, the university students had demanded postponement of exams till November 3. But this was refused by the vice-chancellor. However, now he has agreed to the demand.

Dr Rajiv Dixit, the universitys Dean of Students Welfare (DSW), said that the new schedule would be announced after the Diwali holidays are over.

10/07/11

Indore: To make up for the delayed academic calender, the Devi Ahilya University (DAU) is planning to reduce the duration of every semester from 90 to 60 days. However, at the same time, the varsity has proposed to increase duration of a period from 45 to 60 minutes.

At present, the academic session of the DAU is trailing behind other universities in the state by six months to one year in most of the courses. Additional director, Higher Education, Narendra Dhakad said that as of now, the alteration in the semester system is for the current academic session 2011-12. This will at least fix the first and second semesters and also regularise others steadily, he said.

Both students and professors are hopeful it will eventually bring them at par with other universities. Earlier the duration of semester was always dragged to 100- 120 days because of various events of the university.
Hopefully, now under all circumstances the course will be completed within 70-80 days, said Praveen Singh, a IV semester B.Com ( hons) student of Institute of Professional Studies (IPS) academy.

This is not the first time that the university is taking an initiative to make up for the delay. It has taken measures from cutting down the number of holidays to giving remedial lectures to professors on off days.

Devi Ahilya University students demand answers from new VC

Indore: Dr. PK Mishra completed one year as vicechancellor of the Devi Ahilya University on June 29. But he had to deal with many unresolved issues of students on the occasion. Students asked questions related to the false promises made by head of the department of the School of Computer Science. NSUI workers also protested.

Dr. Mishra will look into charges against Dr. AK Virmani. On June 29, students handed over the proof of charges against him to Dr Mishra. Students who took admission in 2008, in the B.C.A programme were told that they will get an integrated MCA degree by the end of their course. However, this did not happen. When students talked to the head of the dept, Dr Virmani, he is said to have ignored the issue completely.

Students demand resignation of Dr Virmani Manasvi Patidar asked VC for the resignation of Dr. Virmani. ABVP workers were also present during the occasion. VC Dr. Mishra has sought an answer from Dr. Virmani on the issue. M.C.A - M.Tech rdinance?

Dr. Virmani said he is ready to give admission to students as promised but the University doesnt have the ordinance for the course.There are different admission procedures for M.C.A-M.Tech courses currently in the university, how will the new course be conducted? he said.

Dr. Virmani also said admission will be given under choice-based credit system and under regulations of the university. The procedure will only start after the results of B.C.A sixth semester are declared and mark sheets are awarded.
He added that he will give answers to the university administration in written. VC Dr. Mishra promised students that decision will be taken after he looks into the matter.

Devi Ahilya University students demand answers from new VC

Indore: Dr. PK Mishra completed one year as vicechancellor of the Devi Ahilya University on June 29. But he had to deal with many unresolved issues of students on the occasion. Students asked questions related to the false promises made by head of the department of the School of Computer Science. NSUI workers also protested.

Dr. Mishra will look into charges against Dr. AK Virmani. On June 29, students handed over the proof of charges against him to Dr Mishra. Students who took admission in 2008, in the B.C.A programme were told that they will get an integrated MCA degree by the end of their course. However, this did not happen. When students talked to the head of the dept, Dr Virmani, he is said to have ignored the issue completely.

Students demand resignation of Dr VirmaniManasvi Patidar asked VC for the resignation of Dr. Virmani. ABVP workers were also present during the occasion. VC Dr. Mishra has sought an answer from Dr. Virmani on the issue. M.C.A - M.Tech ordinance?

Dr. Virmani said he is ready to give admission to students as promised but the University doesnt have the ordinance for the course.There are different admission procedures for M.C.A-M.Tech courses currently in the university, how will the new course be conducted? he said.

Dr. Virmani also said admission will be given under choice-based credit system and under regulations of the university. The procedure will only start after the results of B.C.A sixth semester are declared and mark sheets are awarded.
He added that he will give answers to the university administration in written. VC Dr. Mishra promised students that decision will be taken after he looks into the matter.

University sides with rowdy students, pushes college into a corner

It was assault not ragging, admits Rau dental college student Share Rau ragging: Devi Ahilya University slaps notice on dental college Share Indore: The Devi Ahilya University has sent a notice to the College of Dental Science and Hospital, in which it has asked for an explanation behind a one-year suspension of two of its students.

Pankaj Gillore and Piyush Gillore have been suspended for a year on the charge of beating up a fellow student.
The victim lodged a complaint of ragging with the Protectoral Board of the college. Later, after investigation, the charge was changed from ragging to fighting, but the two accused were suspended for a year.

Last week, the suspended duo approached the university with the demand that the period of suspension should be reduced.
The university has now given the college seven days to answer why the two students have been suspended for such a long time on the charge of fighting.

Over 5800 forms sold for university CET

Indore: The common entrance test (CET) of the Devi Ahilya University is slated to be held on June 16 and over 5800 forms have already been sold for it.The last day for the submission of the forms is June 9. The number is slated to rise to at least 9000 by then.

As many as seven major departments of the university have been included in the CET.Interestingly, the toughest competition this year as well is for MBA (HR and Marketing) in IMS and MBA (MS) in IIPS.Examination centres for the CET will be in Delhi, Allahabad, Gwalior, Bhopal, Raipur, Kota and Hyderabad.Apart from these, there will be eight centres in Indore itself.

The institutes for which the test is being conducted are IMS, IIPS, EMRC, School of Commerce, School of Pharmacy, School of Future Studies and School of Economics.

VC arrives in an auto, takes university by surprise

Indore: Devi Ahilya University vice chancellor Dr P K Mishra on Tuesday reached the Nalanda campus of the varsity in an autorickshaw.

It came as a big surprise for the staff members at the university when they got to know about this.But there was more of surprise in store for them as the VC, instead of going to his cabin, went to different departments to take stock of the situations there.

As many as 20 employees were found to be absent during the checking. They are likely to get a show-cause notice in this regard quite soon.The vice chancellor took this step as he had been receiving several complaints about laxity in the routine work in the campus.

He went to several departments such as examination and administration before going to his cabin.

Beware! Your favourite college might be without DAU affiliation

Indore: Trying to get admission into a reputed college affiliated to Devi Ahilya University, chances are that your favourite college is not recognised by the DAU as over 200 colleges and education institutions are yet to apply for renewal of their affiliation.

The last date of applying for the same was April 10.The administration of various colleges blamed the higher education departments laid back attitude for the delay, saying the department has issued guidelines regarding getting the NOC from the university only a few days back. Out of the 262 colleges affiliated to DAU, only 60 have applied for renewal of their affiliation. The DAU will now issue notices to the remaining colleges.

We had asked all the colleges to apply for the renewal. We will now issue notice to them in this regard, Dr RD Musalgaonkar, Registrar, DAU, told Bhaskar News.According to the rules, all the affiliated colleges are required to renew their affiliation certificates each year. After they apply for renewal, the university administration orders an inspection following which the universitys work council takes the final decision.

The new academic session will commence from July 1. While the blame game between the colleges and the DAU continues, it is the students who will be forced to suffer without their any fault.

Devi Ahilya University counseling to begin on July 25

Indore: The counseling for the candidates selected in the Common Entrance Test (CET) organised by Devi Ahilya University will begin in the last week of July.

The date for the same has been decided to be July 25. However, no official announcement has been about it so far, as the nod of the vice chancellor is awaited.For the NRI quota, the counseling will be held one day before the main one.
The university administration wishes to complete the counseling process in time and start the new academic session on August 2.A meeting in this regard was held on Monday and another one is likely to be held quite soon.

Following the next meeting, vice chancellor Dr P K Mishra will decide on the final schedule of the processes.
It must be noted that over 11,000 aspirants appeared for the CET, held on June 16, for admissions into 20 courses in seven departments of the university.

Devi Ahilya University begins preparing new undergrad syllabi for MP

Indore: The Devi Ahilya University (DAU) on Wednesday began the process of formulating a new B.B.A, B.Com and B.C.A syllabus for all varsities in Madhya Pradesh.

The day witnessed representatives of other universities in the arriving here at the DAU campus with a copy of their old syllabi and ordinance.

The DAU, which has been given the responsibly of formulating a new syllabus for the entire state, will again convene a meeting for the purpose at the end of this month.

It has not only sought suggestions from all universities in the state in this regard but also plans to take expert opinion and frame a syllabus that is at par with the best in the country.

Once the syllabus is prepared, the DAU will place it before a coordination committee for final approval.

The DAU has been asked to prepare the B.B.A, B.Com and B.C.A syllabus as its faculty has expertise in all the three fields of study.

For all-round excellence Varsha gets prez post

Indore: Varsha Sharma of Holkar Science College was declared president of the student union for Devi Ahilya Vishwa Vidyalaya (DAVV) University on Monday.

Sharma was selected the president on merit by various university representatives elected through voting on September 23. The university had received 32 applications from the university representatives for the DAVV body. Seven of the applications were for the post of president.

As per the state government guidelines, the university functionaries were selected on the basis of the marks they were allotted for excellence in various fields, including academics, cultural activities and sports.

Deepak Meena of Khalsa College was elected vice-president, Paridhi Jain of Indore Cloth Market College was elected secretary and Pooja Mehta of VIITS (Burhanpur) joint secretary of the university body.

DAVV loses R 18L due to colleges carelessness

Indore: The failure of Institute of Management Science (IMS) to submit documents in time to All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) cost Rs 18 lakh as the Devi Ahilya Vishwa Vidyalaya (DAVV) lost on non-resident Indian (NRI) quota of seats.

According to sources there was delay in submitting relevant documents on part of IMS, which nearly led to non-registration and missing chance of boarding bandwagon for Madhya Pradesh Management Entrance Test (MP MET).

IMS also got to appear in the last round of technical education counselling. This happened due to IMS again getting late in completing paperwork with the AICTE and Directorate of Technical Education (DTE).

Resultantly IMS was not allotted NRI quota in counselling. IMS could give six admissions under NRI quota seats. The varsity charged up to $ 6000 USD/ NRI seat. This roughly translates to a loss of Rs 18 lakh to DAVV exchequer.

These failures heckled vice-chancellor (V-C) Dr PN Mishra into taking action resulting in ouster of Dr Jayant Sonwalkar from charge of academic director. He would, however, continue holding charge of director Directorate Distance Education (DDE).

Head of Department School of Future Studies Dr RC Sharma on being handed over temporary charge of academic director IMS found that students classes were not being held for the past one month. He issued orders for regular classes. With MET counselling having begun, students have started registering online. The conducting body-Vyavsayik Pariksha Mandal (VYAPAM) will make final submissions on August 12. Instructions have been issued for IMS by the varsity with the message: not to falter.

Devi Ahilya University reschedules private exam dates

Indore: The Devi Ahilya University has postponed private examinations scheduled from April 1 by a week. The exams will now be held from April 7. The exams include BA, BSc, BCom, MA, MSc, MCom courses. Only the papers to be held during April 1-6 have been rescheduled; exams scheduled from April 7 onwards will be held as planned.

Rector Dr Ashotosh Mishra said that the examinations have been rescheduled due to lack of examination centres.The university has not been able to decide on examination centres as most of the colleges are already holding semester examinations. Colleges say that it would be very difficult to organise examination in two-three shifts every day. Most of the bigger colleges have outright refused to hold private exams.

More than 45,000 private students are to appear for the examinations which have been rescheduled.

Devi Ahilya University CET in June first week

Indore: The Devi Ahilya University will conduct the common entrance test (CET) for admission in 22 courses, including MBA, MCA, MSc, BCom, MCom in the second week of June. The final date of CET will be decided in the special CET meeting, which is scheduled to be held next week.

Other details regarding examination centers and availability of seats will also be finalised in the meeting.
According to officials, the university plans to attract more students from across the country for which examination centers will be set up at almost all major cities.

The university administration is expecting a surge in the number of students seeking admission as alumni from the states premiere education institution have received decent job opportunities in the recent past.
Students from various parts of the state and country have started arriving at the university to gather information regarding the courses being offered and the CET.
IMS top choice of students

Top class placement of students has made the Institute of Management Studies (IMS) the most favoured institute among management aspirants. A large number of students appearing for the Madhya Pradesh Management Test target only IMS. This year over 200 IMS students have been offered a handsome job package of Rs 4 lakh or more.

Devi Ahilya University CET in June first week

Indore: The Devi Ahilya University will conduct the common entrance test (CET) for admission in 22 courses, including MBA, MCA, MSc, BCom, MCom in the second week of June. The final date of CET will be decided in the special CET meeting, which is scheduled to be held next week.

Other details regarding examination centers and availability of seats will also be finalised in the meeting.
According to officials, the university plans to attract more students from across the country for which examination centers will be set up at almost all major cities.

The university administration is expecting a surge in the number of students seeking admission as alumni from the states premiere education institution have received decent job opportunities in the recent past.
Students from various parts of the state and country have started arriving at the university to gather information regarding the courses being offered and the CET.
IMS top choice of students

Top class placement of students has made the Institute of Management Studies (IMS) the most favoured institute among management aspirants. A large number of students appearing for the Madhya Pradesh Management Test target only IMS. This year over 200 IMS students have been offered a handsome job package of Rs 4 lakh or more.

DAVV runs short of cases to send degrees

Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwa Vidyalay (DAVV) is finding it hard to distribute degrees to its students. No, it is not waiting for any clearance for convocation to confer degrees to students.

It is just that the DAVV does not have enough cylindrical document cases to put rolled- in degrees in them before dispatching them to the students. Earlier, the varsity failed to print the mark sheets of students.

According to varsity sources, DAVVs result department is hamstrung by lack of boxes to send degrees. The store department has run short of the boxes. The university confers degrees to the meritorious students in convocation ceremony. For other students, it sends the degree through the Indian postal services. The degree which is a paper document is enclosed inside a cylindrical cardboard case. The case is sealed from outside and the address of the receiver is printed on the cover. Dean of student welfare, Dr Rajeev Dixit, said that the cylindrical case is purchased from a private agency.

Worried students, who are awaiting their degree for furnishing it before their employers, were spotted running from pillar to post in the university. They requested the officials to provide them the degree without its case on Friday. Earlier, the dispatched degrees were sent back to the university by the Indian postal department, as majority of them did not have the pin number mentioned on them. University insider claimed that the DAVV has not approached the agency for sending the fresh stock of the cases. As a result, degrees are withheld with the examination and development department.

The university has also withheld the mark sheet of students since it is running short of the blank format of mark sheet.

NSUI demands disqualification of newly-elected student president

Indore: A day after she was sworn -in as president of the student council of Devi Ahilya Vishwa Vidyalay (DAVV) Varsha Sharmas nomination has landed into a controversy.

NSUI has alleged that Sharma was not qualified for the post as she could not appear in one of the semesters of graduation due to her busy sports schedule. Varsha Sharma is pursuing M. Sc from Holkar Science College.
She could not appear in one of the semester examinations of B. Sc as she was attending the national sports meet when the examination was being held in the college, clarified her college principal Dr S L Garg.
There is a provision that students, who represent the college in sports and other activities organised either by other colleges or the government, may be permitted to appear in the subsequent examination. She has cleared all her exams in the first attempt, he added.

But since a formal complaint has been submitted to the V-C, the university will conduct a probe in the matter and decide on the fate of the university president.

Our committee will investigate her academic record and if there is any evidence of academic bungling, we will take action , said V-C P K Mishra.

Soon after the ABVP declared that Varsha was its candidate, NSUI lodged the complaint with the vice-chancellor, questioning her academic record and demanded that she should be disqualified for the post.

University student filmed in obscene MMS; authorities unfazed

Indore: In an incident that comes as a shame for the Devi Ahilya University, a second semester M Tech student was in April filmed by a classmate in an obscene MMS.Whats more shocking is the fact that when the girl student went to complain to Professor Vandit Hedau, instead of paying heed to her complaint, he took her mobile phone in his custody.

When the student did not get her mobile after repeated request, she approached her college management and complained but even that fell on deaf ears.Left with no option, the girl told about the whole issue to her parents, who sent a written complaint to university registrar Dr R C Musalgaonkar.

The registrar took up the issue seriously and discussed it with student welfare wing dean Dr Rajiv Dixit and referred it to the proctorial board, following which a meeting was also conducted the same day.The student and her parents have been called for giving their statements at 11 am on Thursday.

The most shocking part of the incident is that the girl student has been complaining from the very first day but no action has ever been initiated against the culprit.Her parents have alleged that she is being troubled since the filing of the complaint.

Devi Ahilya University: BBA syllabus controversy resolved

Indore: Putting an end to the controversy surrounding the BBA first semester examination, the Devi Ahilya University (DAU) administration has decided to conduct the examination as per the syllabus uploaded on the institutions website in June 2010.

The move comes a day after students created a ruckus inside the university campus protesting against the change in the syllabus of BBA first semester.Vice-Chancellor Dr. PK Mishra, on Saturday, clarified that the forthcoming examinations will be conducted according to the old syllabus.University students had blamed the administration of informing about the change in the syllabus at the last moment. They said that the DAU did not issue the syllabus timely and then added a few more chapters to the same just before the forthcoming examinations.

Students and National Students Union of India (NSUI) members had also submitted a memorandum in this regard to the vice-chancellor.Earlier, speaking to Dainik Bhaskar, NSUI city president Vipin Wankhede said DAUs decision to add extra lessons to the syllabus just before the exams is uncalled for.We have asked the university to remove the new additions from the syllabus, Wankhede had said.

Change in syllabus irks Devi Ahilya University students

Indore: The Devi Ahilya University (DAU) campus witnessed uproarious scenes on Friday as students protested the change in the syllabus of BBA first semester.

According to students, the DAU did not issue the syllabus timely and then added a few more chapters to the same just before the forthcoming examinations.
Students and National Students Union of India (NSUI) members also submitted a memorandum in this regard to the vice-chancellor.

Speaking to Dainik Bhaskar, NSUI city president Vipin Wankhede said DAUs decision to add extra lessons to the syllabus just before the exams is uncalled for.He said, We have asked the university to remove the new additions from the syllabus by Saturday. We will gherao university officials if this does not happen.

DAUs Takshila campus set for massive revamp with Wi-Fi, solar power station

Indore: The Takshila campus of Devi Ahilya University (DAU) will soon turn into a hi-tech eco-friendly campus if the University Grants Commission (UGC) approves the proposal sent to it.

The DAU has sent a Rs 3.12 crore proposal to the UGC in this regard. Once approved the Takshila campus will go Wi-Fi which will provide net access to nearly 11,000 students. The university administration has also decided to get a top end sound system for the auditorium. The universitys community radio- Gyanvani Radio-will also get a new look.
The university also plans to set up a solar power station of its own worth Rs 1.5 crore. The system will help reduce the massive electricity bill of the campus. The university will get a subsidy of Rs 40 lakh on the solar devices it plans to equip in the campus.

The university will save both money and electricity once the solar system is established in the campus. Barring the ACs all the electrical equipments can use the solar energy. The capacity of the solar station will be around 100 megawatt, Dr. SP Singh, head department of the energy and environment, said.
Apart from the solar power house, the university administration is also planning several new facilities inside the campus such as:

- universitys data room to get a modern look, all information to be put on the universitys website.
- record room will get systematic so that old information can be searched easily.
- over 30 classrooms will get Wi-Fi facility.
- new projectors for the auditorium.
- hundred percent power back-up for Gyanvani Radios broadcast station.

Mis managed MBA courses in Devi Ahilya University

Indore: Every year dozens of students come out with an MBA degree from Devi Ahilya University, however, with none of the management courses being approved by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) these students fail to find any job on either government or private firms.

Every year, the university administration comes out with some new lucrative MBA course such as MBA (future studies), MBA (international business), MBA (foreign trade) but with none of them being recognised, students find themselves cheated.
The National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), during its recent visit to the university, had raised questions over so many unrecognized MBA courses. The degrees are not even recognised in the UGC NET examination.

The university is well aware that several of the courses currently being offered by it have no value and the MBA degree is nothing but a piece of laminated paper.Students are being consistently duped by the university administration, for which these MBA courses offer a good source of income.

Vice-Chancellor Dr PK Mihsra washed his hands off the issue saying that all the MBA courses were already there when he joined took over the charge of the university.However, Mishra defended the universitys stance over the issue stressing that new MBA courses were needed to meet the requirements of globalisation.

I have directed all the concerned departments to get proper approval from the AICTE, he added.

Waste paper comes to Devi Ahilya Universitys rescue

Indore: After a near cancellation of its B.Com, B.A and B.SC examinations due to the lack of sufficient answer sheets, the Devi Ahilya University on Monday got 10,000 copies printed.

Nearly 20,000 copies are expected to de delivered to the University by Tuesday noon.Interestingly, 17 tonne of waste paper lying at the printing press for the last 15 years has rescued the University from a tight spot.

The Universitys frantic attempts to get new answer sheets come after Dainik Bhaskars extensive coverage of the issue.
The University, which had only a tonne of paper at its disposal, had earlier decided to withhold the announcement of examinations dates until official permission for purchase of paper was granted.

Speaking to Dainik Bhaskar, Rector Ashutosh Mishra confirmed that the University had received 10,000 new answer books with another 20,000 expected to be delivered by Tuesday.

He assured that there would be no shortage of answer sheets now.

DAVV vice-chancellor Mishra quits in disgust

Indore: Barely one-and-a-half years after his appointment, Devi Ahilya Vishwa Vidyalay (DAVV) vice-chancellor Prof PK Mishra resigned on Wednesday afternoon.The governor has asked Rector Dr Raj Kamal to take over the V-Cs charge till new vice chancellor is appointed.

I have received a letter from the Raj Bhavan, stating that I should act as the officiating V-C till the time they appoint the new V-C, said Rector Dr Raj Kamal.Although Prof Mishra declined to ascribe any reason for his sudden decision, colleagues close to him said he was agonised over persistent non-cooperation from university staff.

I can not run the varsity single-handedly, Mishra is believed to have mentioned in the resignation letter addressed to governor and chancellor of the states universities. I will disclose reasons behind the resignation a couple of days later, a visibly upset Mishra said.

His colleagues, however, said a powerful caucus in the DAVV was not letting the Prof Mishra to work.Mishra, who headed the management department at the Barkatullah University in Bhopal before joining here, was unaware of the internal politics of the well entrenched vested interests in DAVV.

The vice chancellor was unwell from the last weekend and had proceeded on leave to Bhopal from Tuesday. He was appointed the vice-chancellor of DAVV on June 29, 2010.

University of shame: 65000 students career face threat

Indore: The Devi Ahilya Universitys education system has become a joke but the students are not laughing. The irresponsible and careless attitude of the university is worsening by the day and now it has come to the point where the students future are being severely jeopardised.

Around 65000 students enrolled in the university are enraged by the administrations laidback approach.
Apart from a few courses, the curriculum of the rest has derailed. Syllabi of some of the courses have not been covered whereas they should have had their final exams by now.
Many of the MBA courses will have their exams soon, but the students have not yet received results of their previous semester exams.

Even a months delay in the final semester/year can hamper the career of the students. Many of them have applied for jobs or further studies, and a delay will completely ruin their plans. The universitys ineptness can result in students losing a crucial academic year and such a setback puts them behind in the race.

Behave better: University chief tells staff

Indore: After being treated harshly by his own staff inadvertently, Devi Ahilya Universitys Vice-Chancellor PK Mishra has directed officials in the institute to behave properly with students, parents and everybody alike.
He said that rules should be followed strictly but the behaviour should be polite. Mishra added that the officials should listen to the problems of the students and tone down the aggressiveness.

Mishras orders came soon after the interesting episode when he was told off by his own staff member on the phone. The employee failed to recognise Mishras voice and spoke to him rudely, which opened the Vice-Chancellors eyes to the kind of treatment his staff was dishing out.

University of shame: 65000 students career face threat

Indore: The Devi Ahilya Universitys education system has become a joke but the students are not laughing. The irresponsible and careless attitude of the university is worsening by the day and now it has come to the point where the students future are being severely jeopardised.

Around 65000 students enrolled in the university are enraged by the administrations laidback approach.
Apart from a few courses, the curriculum of the rest has derailed. Syllabi of some of the courses have not been covered whereas they should have had their final exams by now.

Many of the MBA courses will have their exams soon, but the students have not yet received results of their previous semester exams.Even a months delay in the final semester/year can hamper the career of the students. Many of them have applied for jobs or further studies, and a delay will completely ruin their plans. The universitys ineptness can result in students losing a crucial academic year and such a setback puts them behind in the race.

Behave better: University chief tells staff

Indore: After being treated harshly by his own staff inadvertently, Devi Ahilya Universitys Vice-Chancellor PK Mishra has directed officials in the institute to behave properly with students, parents and everybody alike.

He said that rules should be followed strictly but the behaviour should be polite. Mishra added that the officials should listen to the problems of the students and tone down the aggressiveness.

Mishras orders came soon after the interesting episode when he was told off by his own staff member on the phone. The employee failed to recognise Mishras voice and spoke to him rudely, which opened the Vice-Chancellors eyes to the kind of treatment his staff was dishing out.

DAU to announce fifth sem BSc, BA results next week

Indore: Devi Ahilya University (DAU) will soon be announcing fifth semester BSc and BA results as the evaluation work has been completed. The results are likely to declared by next Saturday.According to university sources, results of the third semester are likely to be announced by July 5. BBA results are also expected to be out during the first week of the next month.

The university administration said that by July 10 results of every department will be announced.Evaluation of private examination almost complete.

The evaluation of B Com, BA and BSc (private) final year exam is almost complete and results are expected start arriving by July 15. Results of first and second year private students will also be announced by July 20.

I-T companies flee Indore, courtesy weak policies and poor infrastructure

Indore: Many cities in India like Bangalore, Pune, Noida and Gurgaon have blossomed under the I-T boom, but the scene is completely different in Indore. The city has about 350 I-T companies registered but the picture is fast deteriorating.
Software firm Infobeans had its inception in Indore, but it is also planning to shift to Noida by December.

The reasons behind the I-T companies shift out of Indore are the alleged weak government policies and lack of infrastructure. With other cities churning out better proposals and the state governments ready to welcome them with open arms, operating in Indore is not feasible for these companies, it is learnt.Bleak future for TCS-Indore
Indore residents are now worried that the Tata Consultancy Services proposal of coming up with a campus on the Super Corridor may also go down the government. The I-T giant, which plans to invest Rs 1000 crore in the campus, has been waiting for months now for a green signal from the government.

India Infotech is another I-T company which will move its headquarters to Noida in December. Director of India Infotech, Shashank Chaure said that infrastructure like electricity, internet connection, connectivity with other parts of the country and the world along with the I-T policy of the state government are crucial for the success of an I-T company and in all these aspects, Indore and Madhya Pradesh stand nowhere in comparison to other cities of India.
Whats wrong with Madhya Pradeshs I-T policy?

According to experts, these are the weak points in the states Information Technology policy, 2006:
-- There is no committee or panel to address the grievances of the I-T companies. -- There hardly has been implementation of the plans aimed to boost the infrastructure of the state.

-- The lackluster attitude of the finance department towards e-governance.-- No coordination between the government departments to promote the I-T sector.-- Indore, Bhopal, Gwalior and Jabalpur have been given 100 acre lands for I-T companies, but what will be given to the specific government departments which have the rights over the plot in return is not clear.

Experts cry foul Dr Bharat Chhaparwal, former Vice-Chancellor of the Devi Ahilya University, says that if TCS does not come to Indore, it will be a big blow for the young generation of the city. He alleges politics against Indore and the common man must revolt against the government.

Shivaji Mohite, noted personality, said that TCS-Indore would lead to employment of 50000 people. But the government does not want Indore to develop.

DAVV to look into fake admissions case once again

Indore: The Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalya (DAVV) will once again look into the case wherein a nexus between private B Ed college operators and varsity officials regarding fake admissions was exposed on March 18.Vice-chancellor Prof P K Mishra said he had reported the case to the National Council for Technical Education. He added, I had also instructed university officials to take action against rouge colleges. The case will be taken up again.

It was on March 18 the fake admission scam was highlighted when the DAVV was gearing to hold B Ed exams from March 22. A whistleblower had informed registrar RD Musalgaonkar about some colleges submitting examination forms of those students who did not even participate in the counselling conducted by the Department of Higher Education (DHE).

The varsity sealed examination forms and reported the matter to the vice-chancellor. The V-C set up an inquiry. It was revealed that the examination department had not even carried out scrutiny of examination forms.A committee comprising Dr Vrinda Tokekar, Dr Laxman Shinde and Dr Namrata Sharma was constituted to examine the forms. The VC had also called off the exams scheduled from March 22 until the scrutiny was done. It was found that as many as 27 students were admitted fraudulently. The varsity announced on April 11 that police complaint would be lodged against fraudster colleges, but nothing has been done so far.

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Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwa Vidyalayas (DAVV) decision to postpone exams of the final semester of its MBA course has jeopardised careers of hundreds of students who had received attractive offers during campus placements.
Peeved over the delay, several companies have threatened to withdraw the offers made to students.

More than 40 management schools are affiliated to the university, headquartered at Indore.DAVV had received good response from Indian multinational companies during the placement season that ended in April.The final semester students were expected to appear in the examinations in June and majority of them had received offer letters asking them to report for work in July-August.

The exam was postponed thrice after DAVV colleges claimed that they were unable to go through the entire course as the session had started late.Student union elections declared by the state government further delayed the examination, which were later slated to be held in November.

DAVV has now decided to postpone the tests for the third time claiming that these will be held along with those of private students, who have been offered semester system this year.Punit Jain, an MBA (finance) student of Institute of Professional Studies (IPS), has been given the final deadline by TCS which had offered him a job in March.

I was supposed to join TCS at Ahmedabad on July 4. But since our exams were postponed, they rescheduled my joining date to October 19. The university has again postponed our final year examination which was scheduled towards the end of November to the second week of December. The recruiters are really angry and doubting my integrity. They feel I am giving fake excuses for the delay in semester exams, he said. Some recruiters have decided to lenient with students. Nitesh Ashwani who has been hired by Idea claims that the company has permitted him to join even before the exams are held. I have already joined the company since they did not agree for rescheduling it. But naturally they do not like it when I keep applying for leave for preparing for my exams, he said.

Universitys paperless project in a shamble

Indore: The plans of the Devi Ahilya University to go paperless have gone completely haywire. The project was taken up in March 2006 and was to be implemented within six months but four years have gone past, and its still not near completion.
Now, the Vice-Chancellor PK Mishra is finally showing some urgency as he has issued orders to fasten the pace of work and implement the project as soon as possible.

The ambitious plan of going paperless was taken up by the university to put forth an example and spread awareness regarding the detiorating global environment.The university has been working on implementation of software for last four years, through which all data and records will be available only online. No papers or files will be transferred from one table to another, from one babu to another, from one officer to another.

The software was purchased from Wipro Infotech for Rs.5 Lakh but now it has come to light that only 12 modules out of the 24 have been implemented by the university technicians.
The irony in the episode is that due to the negligence and carelessness of the university, paper worth Rs 20 lakh has been purchased in the past four years, which could have been easily saved if the officials had shown some efficiency.

Bhaskar impact: Devi Ahilya Univ extends form submission deadline to Feb 22

Indore: The Devi Ahilya University (DAU) on Sunday extended the deadline for the submission of application forms for BA, B.Com and other semester examinations to February 22.Earlier, the examination forms were to be turned in by February 14.
However, thousands of students had not been unable to fill up the applications, courtesy the shortage of more than 15,000 forms.

In fact, many colleges including the Gujarati Girls College had not received the examination forms from the DAU.
The DAU decision of extending the deadline for from submission follows the prominent coverage of the issue by Dainik Bhaskar in its Sunday edition.

Earlier on Saturday, the mounting pressure on the DAU witnessed authorities getting the press opened on the official holiday with about 10,000 forms reportedly printed by the evening.

City youth to pilot 1st SpiceJet flight

Indore: City youth Vineet Bakliwal, 22, will be flying down the maiden Hyderabad-Indore-Bhopal flight of the SpiceJet on Monday to Indore.

Son of president of Indore Chemist Association Vinay Bakliwal, Vineet got the chance to fly the first ever SpiceJet flight between Hyderabad and Indore as he urged the company officials to let him touch the home town as pilot. The flight would land at Indore airport at 6.40 am and would depart for next destination Bhopal at 7 am.

Vineet would fly Q-400 aircraft, which has the seating capacity for 78 passengers.The young pilot said that the aircraft is the fastest Truboprop plane and with the latest technology. The aircraft does not make noise.At present taking care of Hyderabad-Bengaluru-Visakhapatnam-Tirupati flight for SpiceJet, Vineet is delighted after getting a chance to fly an aircraft to his home town. At the same time, the young flier is a bit disappointed, as the flight would halt at Indore for only 20 minutes.

Born in 1990 in Indore, he exhibited his multi-faceted personality early in his life. He did well in academics and also excelled in sports. He completed his schooling from the Daly College and pursued B Sc from Devi Ahilya University Indore.
Vineet headed towards Ujjain where he gained 200 hours of flying training at Yash Airways and later an additional 25 hours training at Sidney (Australia). He was recruited by SpiceJet as a commercial pilot in 2011.Bakliwals family members are ecstatic about the success of their son.

Vineet had cleared six papers of the aviation exam in his first attempt with the persistent care from his attentive mother Vineeta, said Vineets father Bakliwal. The proud father further revealed that his son had dreamt of being a pilot as early as in class VI.

NSUI targets DAVV Vice-Chancellor again

Indore: Once again National Students Union of India (NSUI) activists barged in to the meeting of the executive council of the Devi Ahilya Vishwa Vidyalaya (DAVV) and raised allegations of corruption against vice chancellor Dr PK Mishra on Saturday. The NSUI activists had disrupted executive council meeting twice last week too.

VC Dr PK Mishra, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya Teachers Association (DEVTA) president Dr PN Mishra and International Institute of Professional Studies (IIPS) director Dr BK Tripathi faced the heat.NSUI activist Pankaj Prajapati and general secretary Siddharth Yadav alleged that the biggest corruption in the history of the university has taken place at the Institute of Management Sciences (IMS) when Dr PN Mishra was its director.

They presented documents containing balance sheet of the IMS, saying it supported their allegations. Documents furnished by engineer Deepchand Khandekar in his complaint to the Chancellor and Governor Dr Rameshwar Thakur were presented by NSUI activists.The documents showed that fee worth crores collected from IMS students was not deposited in DAVV exchequer. Less number of students than real strength was shown on paper.

Appointment of Dr Tripathi as IIPS director having come under cloud was raised by NSUI. Prajapati said that Dr Tripathi was placement officer at the same institute where he was appointed professor without having requisite qualification and then was appointed director in violation of the Section 13 of University Act.

Leveling charges of nepotism and bowing before pressure against VC Dr PK Mishra, Prajapati said that despite receiving a letter from Raj Bhawan in January for taking action against Dr Tripathi, the VC shielded him.

He also alleged that ABVP general secretary Sachin Sharma was appointed on the examination flying squad.

VC of Devi Ahilya Univ to conduct surprise checks during exams

Indore: The administration of Devi Ahilya University has made special arrangements to prevent incidents of copying in university examinations this year. Examination halls will be watched by Close Circuit Television cameras (CCTV), and arrangements for setting up CCTV cameras will be made for colleges which do not have them.

The Vice Chancellor of the university Dr P K Mishra and the Additional Director Narendra Dhakad will themselves visit examination centres for surprise inspections. The administration has decided to act tough this year because the university as well as private examinations are being held simultaneously.

The number of members in flying squads to conduct surprise checks at examination centres will also been increased.
About 65,000 students are expected to appear for the university examinations. The private exainations for BA, B Com, B Sc, MA, M Com and M Sc exams are to begin from April. The 3rd and 5th semester university examinations for B Sc will begin from April 15. Examinations of BBA and MBA will also be held during the same period. A 10-member team of university officials has been put together to successfully conduct all these exams simultaneously.

The VC said that if they are able to succeed is successful conducting all the examinations simultaneously, it will be repeated in future as well.

DAVV extends form date

Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwa Vidyalay (DAVV) has extended the date of filling challan form to October 31. The move comes after students complained that the varsity branches where challan forms are being accepted were flooded with applicants. Earlier, the last date for form filling was October 17.

As it is Saturday is a half day in all the banks. Only the university branches were accepting the challan forms of students. Due to all this, a large number of students could not fill up the form, even after waiting in the queue for hours, said Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) state joint secretary Manasvi Patidar. Around 500-600 students were spotted at every branch, he added.

Clearly, if the Challan form filling date has been extended, the examination dates too will be postponed and the aim of the DAVV officials to bring back the derailed semester on time will not be achieved. Vice-chancellor P K Mishra had said the university plans to wrap up the examination formalities by October 31st.

First semester students, on the other hand, are at ease with the online form filling system as they will be completing all the exam related formalities including the challan form filling online.

IMS students get R 7 lakh package

Indore: Controversy-marred Institute of Management Science (IMS) - a premier University Teaching Department (UTD) of Devi Ahilya Vishwa VIdyalya (DAVV)- finally has something to cheer about.Nomura, a leading global investments corporation, has offered highest salary package of Rs 7 lakh to IMS students.IMS placement officer Avnish Vyas said, Several big companies are coming to IMS during November- December. During first placement held this season Nomura selected six students from IMS at Rs 7 lakh per year package. If this is anything to go by, much more can be expected in terms of salary offers and placements.IMS has been under a cloud from past few years. Professor PN Mishra who is also president of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalya Teachers Association (DAVTA) was removed from post by then Vice Chancellor (V-C) Ajit Sinh Sehrawat.

Demand for Indore IIIT gains momentum

Indore: The demand to set up an Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) here is gaining momentum with each passing day.The citys public intellectuals and representatives will bat for an IIIT in Indore when they meet Sanjay Singh, Principal Secretary, Technical Education and Training Department, in Bhopal on Wednesday.On March 18, the Union Human Resource Ministry has summoned a representative of the Madhya Pradesh government to present before it a case for setting up the premier engineering institute in Indore. Speaking to Dainik Bhaskar, Indore Congress Committees general secretary Abhay Dubey said former vice-chancellor of the Devi Ahilya University Dr. Bharat Chaparwal, legislator Tulsi Silawat and other party leaders would meet Singh on Wednesday to demand an IIIT for Indore.

Teachers miffed with low evaluation fee ahead of exam season

Indore: The semester results of the Devi Ahilya University (DAU) may be delayed if the varsity administration fails to pacify teachers miffed with low copy evaluation allowance, a teachers body said on Sunday. Currently, DAU pays Rs 6 to teachers for evaluating an undergraduate copy and Rs 10 for a post-graduate copy.The allowance for travelling to the evaluation centre is Rs 50.Teachers, however, want the evaluation fee to be hiked to Rs 10 and Rs 15 for each undergraduate and post-graduate copy respectively. They also want Rs 100 to be paid as travel allowance.

Speaking to Dainik Bhaskar, Shyam Sunder Palod, chief of the association of teachers of non-government colleges, said, A hike in the travel and evaluation allowance is necessary. The travel allowance was Rs 50 when petrol cost Rs 20 per litre and it is the same today when petrol prices have spiralled to more than Rs 60 a litre.The DAU has, however, appealed teachers to remain calm.Vice-chancellor Dr. PK Mishra said the issue of evaluation allowance was raised in a meeting of the coordination committee, adding that the administration was ready for talks with teachers.DAUs BA semester examinations begin on March 28 while private exams are scheduled to kick off on April 7.Nearly 300 teachers will be evaluating copies with each teacher checking some 40 papers each day.Results may be delayed if teachers strike work during the examination season.

Indore ATM thief finally caught?

Indore: The Indore Police has finally nabbed the thief who allegedly broke into the RNT Road-situated SBI ATM on May 10, according to sources.Inderjeet Sharma alias Jeetu allegedly looted more than Rs 28 lakh from the SBI branch in the Devi Ahilya University campus on May 10.According to sources, SI Anil Chauhan and head constable Uday Pal Khushwaha nabbed Jeetu from Bihar two days back. However, there has been no official confirmation from the Indore Police yet.

The crime branch has been under fire after Jeetu managed to escape from police custody earlier. Last month the Indore police had reportedly nabbed Jeetu from his home in Bihars Chhapra district. But the suspect had managed to escape from Riva. From there on, the cops started conducting several raids in Delhi and Bihar.

Devi Ahilya Univ to finish semesters syllabus in 50 days

Indore: The university administration has devised a plan to fight delay in examinations. In a meeting held on Friday it was decided that the BA and B Com exams for 3rd and 5th semesters will be held from March 15 as scheduled. But from the next semester onwards, the semester syllabus will be completed in 50 days instead of the scheduled time of 90 days. To achieve this, classroom periods will be extended to 75 minutes instead of the current duration of 40 minutes.This move is expected to set the schedule of 4th and 6th semester examinations on track. It was also decided that if the schedule of any semester is disturbed, it will be corrected using the same method.The new plan is also expected to give students more time for preparation.

If Cong has its way, Indore may get an IIIT

Indore: The Indore body of Congress has decided to bat for the establishment of an Indian Institute of Information Technology in the city.The base of the decision lies in the announcement of the Union government to establish 20 new IIITs across the country.Party city president Pramod Tandon and general secretary Abhay Dubey, addressing mediapersons on Monday, said that there were such IT colleges under SGSITS and Devi Ahilya University that could be upgraded to get IIIT status.They said that the Centre had asked NASSCOM to submit a report in this regard, and that they final report had 20 names, including that of Indore.The Congress will soon discuss the matter with educational experts and then ask the principal secretary of technical to send a recommendation to the Centre in this regard.

HC orders closure of all unaccredited private B-schools in city

Indore: The Indore bench of the Madhya Pradesh High Court on Friday ordered the closure of all business schools in the city that are not approved by the higher education department and affiliated to the Devi Ahilya University.The two-judge bench, comprising Justice KK Lahoti and Justice SS Kemkar, also stayed the government order for the registration of FIRs against all unaccredited educational institutions in the city that were operating in breach of the Madhya Pradesh Universities Act (MPUA).Arguing that the state government did not have the right to formulate or modify the Act, Vivek Dalal, representing the Shri Vighna Rajay Education Society, challenged the MPUA, which provides for a penalty for colleges running on unauthorised affiliation.The court will now hear the plea on March 7-8.Reformers Business School, Graffiti Institute Of Fashion Technology, Amity Business School, IIPM, International Institute of Business, Caliber Institute of Management Studies, International School Of Business Administration, UEI Global, IPS Academy, Radiant Infotech, Alesco Business School and Indore Management Institute are among the business schools that will be shuttered following the courts order.

Rau ragging: Devi Ahilya University slaps notice on dental college

Indore: Taking a strong exception to the Rau-based College of Dental Sciences inaction over the ragging of a BDS student, the Devi Ahilya University (DAU) on Saturday slapped a notice on the college. The notice, issued after the meeting of the DAU proctorial board standing committee, asks the CDS to present before the university the action taken on the case and any evidence relating to the same by March 31.The episode
Kapil Soni, a BDS final year student, was allegedly beaten up by seniors Pankaj and Piyush Gillore on March 17.Speaking to Dainik Bhaskar, Kapil said the college administration suppressed the incident despite receiving his complaint.

The inaction of the college prompted Pankaj and Piyush and the duo thrashed me a day later with an iron rod, said Kapil.DAUs stand on the issue.The proctorial board standing committee will meet again in the first week of April to discuss the issue. Further action by the DAU will be taken after considering the reply of the CDS.Dean of student welfare Dr. Dr. Rajeev Dixit told Dainik Bhaskar that the standing committee was not satisfied with the reply of the CDS.

Once the investigation is complete we will be able to confirm if the student in question was actually ragged. Dixit added.

Student union elections: ABVP, NSUI flout code of conduct

Indore: Officials in- charge of student union polls have failed to check blatant violation of the code of conduct by two major student bodies -ABVP and NSUI.The code of conduct debars candidates from public procession of any kind in or around the college campuses, especially with help from political parties.But several candidates representing student wings of the Congress and the BJP staged protests and carried out campaigning in some of the major colleges of the city.But concerned poll officials did not take any cognizance to the flagrant violation. The officials can debar candidates from contesting the elections for violating the code of conduct.Dean of student welfare (DSW) and election in-charge of Devi Ahilya Vishwa Vidyalay (DAVV) Dr Rajiv Dixit said action could be taken against the erring student candidates only if the colleges reported matter to the university. If such complaints are received, we will definitely take action, he said.All set for student elections today.The first phase of the student union election will start from 7 am on Friday. Contestants for the post of class representative (CR) can collect contesting form from their respective college offices. Voting will commence from 10 am, following which colleges will declare the result and start second phase of election.All colleges have been equipped with CCTV and hidden cameras to closely monitor the activities. DAVV, University Teaching Department (UTD) has been equipped with microphones and loud speakers (placed at entrance and control room, the IIPS), so that communication between individuals can be recorded.

Polling booths: All the colleges of the city will have an independent polling booth for elections of both phases. UTD will have a centralised polling booth for electing the college cabinet. CR elections will be carried out in individual departments of UTD. Later, all CRs would gather at International Institute of Professional Studies (IIPS). Here they will elect the college cabinet.Security measures: Colleges will follow strict security measures for peacefully accomplishing the election. CSPs and TIs reviewed the security measures adopted by the various colleges of the city. SP A Sai Manohar reviewed the security measures of UTD. Police forces will continuously patrol all the colleges.Since section 144 has been implemented, any person found in any inciting activity can be arrested by the police without any warrant or complaint.

Girls outshine boys in student union elections

Indore: Election of a large number of girls to the post of class representatives is the main highlight of this years student body election in the DAVV and affiliate colleges elections to which were held on September 23.Student council members were sworn- in in their respective colleges while the Higher Education department compiled their list and sent to Devi Ahilya Vishwa Vidyalaya (DAVV) where the elected representatives will choose from amongst them the university president on September 26.Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) won in most of the colleges. ABVP senior functionary Manaswi Patidar claimed victory in all University Teaching Departments (UTD) and 48 colleges in the district. National Student Union of India (NSUI) won in Christian Eminent, Maharaja Ranjit Singh and a few other colleges. Independents too recorded wins at some colleges. Where the ABVP could not win, unions were dominated by independent candidates or panels made by students.

Senior BJP leaders Industry Minister Kailash Vijayvargiya, Member of Parliament (MP) Sumitra Mahajan, Mayor Krishna Murari Moghe, city president Shankar Lalwani and others came out to extend congratulations to young leaders and ABVP for their resounding victory.Higher Education additional director Dr Narendra Dhakad took complaints from the female ABVP activists led by Shreshtha Joshi and by day scholars at Old Girls Degree College (GDC) in writing and assured them of forwarding them to Bhopal for appropriate action.Only three out of 22 hostellers were allowed to contest elections, Joshi alleged. However, college election officer Kirti Tiwari rubbished the allegation, saying that applications of late comer candidates could not be entertained. Dhakad assured of looking into complaint by Prestige College students where five candidates were not allowed to vote as they did not have ID cards and fee receipts although only one was required as proof.

Anti-encroachment drive paves way for ESIC hospital construction

Indore: District administration on Saturday razed down six encroaching structures on the land designated for at Employees State Insurance Corporation Hospital at Nanda Nagar.The demolition gang, with police support, used heavy machinery to bring down the mud houses constructed on 6 acres of land left out by the ESIC, while developing the area for the hospital.The housing board had constructed the hospital and quarters of ESIC. A piece of land was left out, which was encroached upon by certain individuals.According to the SDM S L Prajapat, land was acquired by the district administration after paying crores of rupees to the farmers, but it was encroached by some Mukesh Devalia and others.The matter was pending in the legal hurdles since 2005. On August 2011, a rent tribunal decided in favour of district administration. But the residents challenged the decision in commissioners court. Commissioner had rejected the petition filed by Mukesh and others.

Finally it was decided that the land should be vacated and illegal constructions removed. The proposed medical college which would be constructed here will be the seventh in the state.Permission for the construction of this college has already been given by the Municipal Corporation, Devi Ahiliya Bai University and Central Medical College.The ESIC at Indore is one amongst the seven in the state with others located at Bhopal, Dewas, Gwalior, Ujjain and Nagda. The Indore ESI houses a general hospital and a TB hospital. It provides a multidimensional social security system of socio-economic protection to worker population and their dependants covered under the scheme.

Waits over: B.Ed exam to start from July 1

Indore: The Devi Ahilya University is likely to release the time table for the B.Ed exams on Monday. The exams for the 2009-10 session are likely to begin from July 1, according to registrar Dr RD Masulgawkar.The working council last month had permitted the renewal of affiliation for some colleges, which had led to the postponement of the exam dates.According to sources, the date sheet of the exam had been prepared six months back. But the exams were stalled after it was revealed that 13 colleges had sent 27 exam forms with wrong information.With the exams to begin from July 1, the university may face a few problems as vice-chancellor Dr PK Mishra is on leave. He will return on June 24 and till then many important decisions may be stalled.

Height of callousness: BA students gets question paper for B.Com

Indore: Another incident of negligence and sheer callousness of the Devi Ahilya University came to light on Monday.The first year students of BA in the Government Atal Bihari Vajpayee Arts and Commerce College got shocked when they were handed out question papers that were for B Com second year.The BA first year students had a Hindi exam and they were given question papers of Business Management, a paper in the second year curriculum of B Com.After the students protested, the college management contacted the university which admitted it had sent the wrong set of question papers. Though the correct papers were sent, but the Business Management exam for the B Com second year students was supposed to happen on April 28 and since its question papers were distributed, they will be treated as out.

DAVV to make money out of waste paper

Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwa Vidyalaya (DAVV) is all set to earn money by selling its paper waste currently cluttering the confidential section. The university has recenty invited tenders for the sale of teh paper that has been an eyesore for the department since long.The problem was highlighted recently when vice chancellor (V-C) PK Mishra chaired a meeting with heads of university teaching department (UTD) and principals of colleges regarding hitches coming in the way of declaring results on time. It was revealed that heaps of waste paper had accumulated over years as they were not sold off to scrap vendors thereby leading to space congestion and misplacement of important documents.

The confidential department is located on RNT Marg. Even the central evaluation centre at Khandwa Road suffers the same problem having piles of used answer sheets.In a recent example, a bundle of copies had gone missing from evaluation centre and after much effort it was traced to a professor in Bhopal who had taken answer sheets with him after evaluation.

Mishra had formed a committee under deputy registrar Subhash Arya and dean college development council (DCDC) Dr Dinesh Varshney eight months ago to look into the matter.

Rajasthan High Court issues notices to JNVU, MGSU and MDS universities

THE DEVI Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) Executive Committees (EC) decision today to not grant recognition to the B Ed colleges of the city not fulfilling National Council for Training and Education (NCTE) is all set to stir hornets nest.
DAVV Vice Chancellor (V-C) Dr Rajkamal has confounded the situation by giving conflicting number of colleges which might be spared the axe.

He said there are 22 colleges running B Ed courses from last year that had applied for renewal of affiliation and barring three none come even close to fulfilling the NCTE norms.
The three colleges including Vaishnav, Gujarati and Khalsa fulfill about 80 per cent norms and the EC has stated that they might be considered for inspection by giving them a time-period of three months for bringing their compliance percentage to cent-percent.

Dr Rajkamal said Education department head Dr DS Sansanwal, who is also on the inspecting committee that visits the colleges, gave the names of the three colleges to him.He was present in the EC meeting only for administrative purpose and did not have the list of colleges that fulfilled the norms as it was taken by Dr PN Mishra who was away taking a class and could not be contacted despite a three hour wait.

Later Dr Rajkamal said the number of colleges that fulfill about 80 per cent norm could be upwards of three and upto six. MB Khalsa, IPS Academy Indore College, Tagore College, Ishaq Patel Women Teacher Training College, ILVA Commerce and Science College, Vidyasagar, Gulab Bai Yadav Memorial College, Khargone, Millennium B Ed College, Imperial College of professional Studies, Matushri Devi Ahilya Teachers Education Institute SBS College, Khandwa had affiliation for 2005-06.Christian Eminent Academy of Management Professional Education and Research, Sri Gujrati Samaj, SK Mehta Education Society (Sanskar college), Dhar, Rajeev Jan Vikas Parishad (Yeshwant Singh B ED College), Shubhdeep College of Education, Yash College of Education, Dhar, Compfeeders technical training Institute, Dr Zaqir Hussein College of Education, Burhanpur and Vaishnav College of Teachers training had provisional affiliation for 2005-06.
The EC members stated that a decision regarding granting of affiliation to B Ed colleges had been taken a long time back and it had been decided that no compromise would be made as far as NCTE norms were concerned and affiliation would not be given on conditions.The members only relented as far as to give three months time to colleges fulfilling about 80 per cent norms and stated that from next year onwards affiliation would be granted only to those fulfilling 100 per cent desired conditions.

Members from Matushri College who were present at the time the V-C was briefing the press alleged irregularities on part of the university and stated that the VC did not have correct figures and was reading from a report prepared a few months back, while the conditions had changed today.Dr Sansanwal was said to have conducted inspection at their college and they claimed they fulfilled most norms. Similarly, Compfeeders trustee Awadhesh Dave said that about 15 colleges on the list had certificates from NCTE granting them full recognition from a certain time period, while some others had recognition for a stated period of time.

A total of 16 new points and 12 left from the last agenda of the EC meet were discussed today. The other decisions of importance included writing letters for interview on 18 posts of the disputed Pharmacy department.
EC member and Joint Director Higher Education (Indore-Ujjain division) Dr NK Dad advised on the confrontation between Section 49 of the Universities Act asking for the presence of only V-C and interviewer and State government directives asking for the presence of a government nominee.The discrepancy was heightened by the fact that the stated section had come into effect after being passed by the State legislature.

The way out was suggested in the form of seeking direction from the State government in this matter. The medical eye van unit-a Mercedes van donated by the Penny Trust, UK lying unused from about four years would have to wait for some more time before hitting the road. It has been decided to call for an estimate from the Mercedes unit at Mumbai for repairing and sanitizing the van, which would be presented for financial approval in the next EC meeting scheduled for November 4.

JS Verma to head DAVV V-C panel

FORMER CHIEF Justice of India (CJI) J S Verma will head the search committee to select the vice-chancellor of the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV), Indore. First time in the history of MP universities a former CJI will head such a committee. Justice Verma, who has also been the Chief Justice of MP High Court and National Human Rights Commission chairman, has accepted the request of the Chancellor and Governor Balram Jakhar to head the three-member committee.
The new panel has come up as the Chancellor rejected the panel of names for probable vice-chancellors suggested by the earlier committee. The move was unprecedented ever since the MP Universities Act 1973 came into force.

The fresh search committee will have Supreme Court advocate Vivek Tankha as the nominee of the DAVV executive council, and University Grants Commission vice-chairman Dr Moolchand Sharma as the UGC nominee.

Jakhar rejected all the five names suggested by the earlier committee headed by Justice Gurbaksh Singh Majithia of Chandigarh. They included Prof S P Gautam of Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur, Prof P M Mishra of DAVV, Prof Chandwani, Ashok Kumath and Prof Pradeep Shrivastava of Barkatullah University, Bhopal.The other members of the committee were Abhay Chhajlani of Indore – nominee of Executive Committee of the DAVV and former vice-chancellor of the Dr Hari Singh Gour University (Sagar), Prof Dhananjay Verma as the UGC nominee.

The post of the DAVV vice-chancellor is lying vacant for more than four months since Dr C S Chaddha resigned following a bitter confrontation with the then registrar of the university Parikshit Singh in August this year. The controversy saw the exit of both. Prof Rajkamal is presently holding the charge of the vice-chancellor.

PK Mishra is the new VC of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya

Professor PK Mishra has been appointed as the new Vice-Chancellor of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV), Indore. Orders in this regard were issued by Madhya Pradesh Governor, Rameshwar Thakur yesterday, an official release said here today. Mishra, who is presently the Director of Chakravarti Rajgopalachari Institute of Management under Barkatullah University, Bhopal, would have a four-year tenure. He will succeed Ajeet Singh Sehrawat, who stepped down from his post some time back due to a controversy arising ouy og the Congress General Secretary, Rahul Gandhis visit to the varsity campus.

University CET preparatory work in limbov

INDORE: Students aspiring to get admission in various undergraduate and post graduate courses in Devi Ahilya Vishwavidhyalaya (DAVV) are facing a tough time as the preparatory work for the Common Entrance Test (CET) is yet not over. Moreover, the resignation of CET coordinating committee chairman Ashutosh Mishra at a crucial time has added to the woes of the university officials who are already 20 to 25 days behind the schedule to conduct the CET this academic year.

However, officiating vice-chancellor Rajkamal said, The resignation is yet to be accepted. I have asked him to continue for a few more days. Meanwhile, we will decide the name of the next chairman.

Answering to a question about the reasons behind the delay in CET, Rajkamal said executive council could not decided whether the CET will be conducted online or offline. We are running late as the committee could not decide the mode of CET along with number of courses to be included in the exam this year, he said.

Last year, during this period, the application forms were already sold out and all the processing was done. This year, however, the university is yet to announce the dates of the CET. The university till date has not even released the advertisement for the examination. According to sources, the university is not able to finalize the dates as Central Schools, which would be the venue for exams, are not ready to give dates to the university after June 20. It will not be possible us to conduct the CET before June 20 and Central Schools are not ready to give time, said one of the insiders. The details regarding the examination centres and availability of seats are in the process. We are talking to the colleges for providing centre to conduct examination. We will provide the convenient dates and finalize, said Rajkamal.

This year DAVV will conduct the CET for admission in 22 courses, including MBA, MCA, M Sc, B Com and MCom. The unicersity has to conduct CET for nearly 3,500 students as compared to 1,200 last year. The administration had decided to finalize the date for CET in a special meeting this week but sudden resignation of Mishra as chairman of coordinating committee has affected the plans of the university administration, which is expecting a surge in number of students seeking admission in various teaching departments this year.

Power course puts private college in a spot, DAVV issues warning

INDORE: Two days after the students protested against running BBA Power course at a city-based private college affiliated to Devi Ahilya Vishwavidhyalaya (DAVV), the varsity has issued a warning to the college administration to run only those courses that are granted under the affiliation norms by the varsity. DAVV cautioned the college that strict action would be taken against it if it deviated from the norms.

Officiating vice-chancellor of DAVV, Dr Rajkamal, said, The matter has come to our notice. The college claims BBA Power is a value addition course. We have warned the college administration to follow the courses that have been granted affiliation by the varsity.

Opposing the BBA Power course and the high fee being charged from the students, the activists of National Students Union of India (NSUI) staged a protest on Sunday at Renaissance College. The protest led to clash between the activists and the security guards, which college had employed.

The protestors claimed that the college had not taken certification and permission from DAVV while the college management justified its stand terming it as just a value addition to the regular course.

We wanted the college to show us the permission or the valid document that they obtained to run this course for which they are charging hefty fees from students. Now, the varsity too has issued a warning to the college, which proves that college was raising false claims, said NSUI district vice-president Mehek Nagar.

The college was teaching SAP module 1, providing an Apple tablet to the students after giving admission in the second year and arranging training programmes in metros at its expense.

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