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Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University, Ajmer, Rajasthan
Address:Pushkar Bye Pass,AJMER 305001
Ajmer (District Ajmer)
Rajasthan, India
Pin Code : 305001


Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University, Ajmer Rajasthan is a University recognised by UGC.
Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University, Ajmer Rajasthan is situated in Ajmer of Rajasthan state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Ajmer comes under Ajmer Tehsil, Ajmer District.

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Gehlot, Raje target youth vote

Jaipur: After leader of the opposition Vasundhara Raje took her political campaign against chief minister Ashok Gehlot, to the universities in state, the state Congress brass is planning to give her a taste of her own medicine.
Having reshuffled his cabinet, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot would be inaugurating the office of the students union of Maharanis College on Saturday to bolster the partys image among youths by presenting the image of a robust government before them. Sources said that Union ministers, elected representatives and party office-bearers from state would be attending the college union event with the chief minister.

Ever since her arrival, Raje has been tearing apart the Gehlot government in state with her feisty speeches to youth, particularly, students in colleges and universities. On her visit to the Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati (MDS) University in Ajmer, earlier this week, Raje mocked the cabinet reshuffle by Gehlot slamming it as an exercise in futility. Chote mote mantriyon ko hatane se kuch nahi hoga jab mukhia his doshi hain (dropping ministers wont help when the head (of the government) is responsible for the mess), she told the students.

Two days back, Raje took her campaign against Gehlot to the University of Rajasthan and its constituent colleges. She was at the Commerce College to inaugurate the students union office of the president who had won on an ABVP ticket. In her trademark style she sat amid the students and advised them: You have to help me win the assembly elections; only then will we mutually benefit. Unless we keep him (Gehlot) away from the power in state for 10-15 years, the state will not see any development.

Introduction

Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University is a University situated in Ajmer city in Rajasthan state in India.It is named after great philosopher Maharshi Dayananda Saraswati.

The University was established on 1 August 1987 as the University of Ajmer under the University of Ajmer Act passed by the State Legislature[1]. The name of the University was changed on 5 May 1992.

Jurisdiction of the university extends to entire State of Rajasthan.

Since the day of its inception the University was entrusted with a major responsibility of conducting the examination of nearly 1.5 lakh students of colleges spread over the six divisions of the state. In 1990 teaching began in History, Political science , zoology, botany and mathematics departments. In 1991, M. Phil, teaching programmes were initiated by History, Political Science, Botany departments and later promising job oriented courses such as PG diplomas in Environmental Technology, Microbiology and lab. technology and instrumentation were started. In 1993, after shifting to new campus, departments of microbiology, foods and nutrition, applied chemistry, management studies and computer applications were created offering M. Sc., MBA, PG Diploma and Ph. D. programmes.

In a short span of seven years academic wing of University came out with enormous research work in the form of publications, Ph. D. thesis and research projects. In 1998 university started PG programme in Environmental Science, and in 2000 PG programmes in Botany Zoology, Business Economics , Commerce, Population Studies, History, Political Science and Computer Science with specialisations that did not exist other colleges in Ajmer.

At present there are 24 teaching departments viz. History, Political Science and Public Administration, Economics, Botany, Zoology, Pure and Applied Chemistry, Environmental studies, Remote Sensing and GeoInformatics, Foods and Nutrition, Microbiology, Computer Applications, Population Studies, Commerce and Management Studies, Law, Education, Physical Education, Dept. of Yogic Sciences and Human Consciousness, Enterpreneurship & Small Business Management, Centre for Defence and Strategic Studies, Dept. of Library & Information Sciences and Bharat Vidhya Adhyan Sankul.

Profile of University

Maharshi Dayaynand Saraswati University was established by the Government of Rajasthan on August 1 1987. Earlier it was known as University of Ajmer has been renamed on May 5 1992.

The University offers several courses at various levels under different streams.

Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University was established on 1 August 1987 as the University of Ajmer. The University was registered in the year 1993 under UGC Act, 1956. In a short period of seven years, academic wing of University has come out with massive research work in the form of publications, Ph D thesis and research projects.

Founded in 1987, Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University or MDSU Ajmer is one of the leading universities in the state of Rajasthan. It is situated near the Ghooghra village on the Pushkar Bypass, Jaipur Road (NH-8). The university has been accredited with B++ grade by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council, NAAC. Declared motive of the university is to find alternatives to fulfill the needs of the society.

Address : Maharshi DayanandSaraswati University,
Pushkar ByePass, Ajmer- 305 009
Rajasthan, India

Type : State University

Pin : 305001

Tel : 2787409,2788091, 2787289, 2787229

Fax : 145 -423601

E-mail : mchhipa@rediffmail.com

EPABX : 2787056- 58

Reg. Phone : 145 -33580

Vice Chancellor : Tel : 0145 2787055(O), 2787050(R)

Fax : 2787049, 2787050 (telefax)

Registrar : Tel : 0145 2787057, 2787505 (O),2671075(R)

Fax : 2787057 (telefax), 2787049

Website : www.mdsuajmer.com/

History

The University of Ajmer was established on 1 August 1987. It's name was changed from University of Ajmer to Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University, Ajmer vide Rajasthan State Gazette dated 5 May, 1992. The University was registered in the year 1993 under section 12(B) of U.G.C.Act,1956.

Since the day of its inception the University was entrusted with a major responsibility of conducting the examination of nearly 1.5 lakh students of colleges spread over the six divisions of the state. In 1990 teaching began in History, Political science , zoology, botany and mathematics departments. In 1991, M. Phil, teaching programmes were initiated by History, Political Science, Botany departments and later promising job oriented courses such as PG diplomas in Environmental Technology, Microbiology and lab. technology and instrumentation were started. In 1993, after shifting to new campus, departments of microbiology, foods and nutrition, applied chemistry, management studies and computer applications were created offering M. Sc., MBA, PG Diploma and Ph. D. programmes.

In a short span of seven years academic wing of University came out with enormous research work in the form of publications, Ph. D. thesis and research projects. In 1998 university started PG programme in Environmental Science, and in 2000 PG programmes in Botany Zoology, Business Economics , Commerce, Population Studies, History, Political Science and Computer Science with specialisations that did not exist other colleges in Ajmer.

At present there are 24 teaching departments viz. History, Political Science and Public Administration, Economics, Botany, Zoology, Pure and Applied Chemistry, Environmental studies, Remote Sensing and GeoInformatics, Foods and Nutrition, Microbiology, Computer Applications, Population Studies, Commerce and Management Studies, Law, Education, Physical Education, Dept. of Yogic Sciences and Human Consciousness, Enterpreneurship & Small Business Management, Centre for Defence and Strategic Studies, Dept. of Library & Information Sciences and Bharat Vidhya Adhyan Sankul. There are 214 Government and Private colleges affiliated to this University. These affiliated colleges are spread over 9 districts of the state of Rajasthan. The University conducted examination of 1,35,000 students for various courses during the 2007-08 session.

The University has its own beautiful campus. It is situated near the Ghooghra village on the Pushkar bye pass, Jaipur Road (NH-8). It is seven kilometers from the city of Ajmer.

Visson

Enlightened India and Holistic Education
Knowledge is one and inseparable. But oneness does not mean uniformity. The key, for the development is dynamism, novelty and elasticity of courses and diversity of information channels. Indian system of education was organic, open and integral and the name Veda was assigned to all kinds of knowledge. Its use was not restricted to the four samhitas of the Vedas. We would like to reassert and revive this spirit, while we frame our curricula.

In the present university teaching system, different departments virtually serve as separate compartments, without any cross flow of information. There is lack of mobility and transfer of information between the faculties. We wish our science students to know basic postulates of Social sciences as well our Social science students to be aware of the fast changes which are taking place in the field of sciences.

We understand that this can only be done when a composite curriculum is evolved. We propose to progress gradually towards this end. We aim to compose the diversity of knowledge and novelty of information. It's a challenge. We may face difficulties, but the challenge has to be met and we will be able to do it. It is a vital necessity for a resurgent India.

We wish to design curricula of new courses in a holistic way, so that a student is free to opt for subjects of his/her choice. For the academic interaction of the subjects and to make them free of repetitions in courses and facilities, we would look for the possibilities to form Centers of related subjects.

Society - Education Symbiosis
Main function of the university is to find alternatives to fulfill the needs of the society. Today's education system however stands aloof of our populations and their needs. On the basis of resources, we have three economic populations, tribal, rural and urban. We have a network of institutions devoted to agriculture and industry but, despite having a large section of populations of tribes living in forests and hills, none of our universities addresses to their economics and sociology. We dream of a university which is based on an organic relationship between society and education.

Diversity, Specialty and Specialization
We wish there is no repetition of courses being taught at the university campus and the colleges. Higher education aims at generating specialized employment based on advanced technology. Universities generate such specialists. Number of such employment opportunities can not be very high for ever. This requires a dynamic research structure. We wish that departments of old basic subjects would change themselves according to the time and need of the society. The diversity, specialty and specialization of subjects shall impart distinct identity to the teaching departments of the university and colleges.

India and Indian Diaspora
Populations of many countries of the world have people of Indian origin as principal components. Such people are connected with India in terms of their religious beliefs, rituals, culture and language. An education system encompassing their cultural and religious needs will bring them emotionally closer to us. But current education system lacks it. To create an intense cultural relationship with the people of Indian origin we will strive to impart a standard cultural, moral and religious education. This will help in creating a standard education system for the youth of Indian origin. On the other hand education on the religious beliefs, rituals, culture and language of these countries will create new opportunities of employment for the youth of the country.

Leadership in Education
Universities in India do not connect us to the people who were naturally connected to us due to geography, history and cultural environment. For example, India shared geography and a long history with South East Asia and Middle East. As inheritors of Indic civilization we had contacts of commerce, trade and culture with all ancient civilizations of the world. But, incidentally we have lost every living connection with their inheritors and in the process have lost most of the goodwill. After Independence they did see with natural expectation towards us, but we missed the opportunity for which destiny had prepared us. We have education that is of international standards and yet is sufficiently cheaper than other countries. If we try, then we can attract ample of students from African, Middle Eastern and South Eastern countries. This is essential to improve the financial status of our universities and also to impart them proper autonomy. We will have to show signs of leadership and promise to the neighboring countries in the Indian education machine.

Teaching Languages
Languages play the role of channels of communication amongst cultures. There is already a global concern over extinction of languages. It is the linguistic diversity of the earth that holds the treasure of knowledge and culture based on the ethnic wisdom and experiences of people. Degree of danger of extinction is higher for local languages. Languages are dieing, they are losing their nature and identity and are getting polluted. On the other hand there is deplorable neglect of teaching of languages, both Indian and foreign, leaving all space to only one language that is English. This neglect however is illogical when we wish to progress towards one world in socio-economic terms. As the boundaries of the countries are getting diluted, it will be the golden opportunity for the Indian youth to establish themselves as entrepreneurs, teachers and scientists through out the world if we impart them linguistic skills and knowledge of cultures in the numerous countries on the earth. In the process, they will also become cultural ambassadors of India. We wish that globalization must benefit Indian youth in establishing any where in the world and not just in English speaking countries.

Technological Edge
Civilizations move on the wheels of technology. The need of resurgent India is to catch the spirit of time and blend it with the self ethos, so that in a civilizational dialogue it is able to define its word. We will have to keep pace in the field of science and technology, but simultaneously will have to prepare the students to dig deeper in the mental realms of existence and earn for them a more or less stress free term of life on this planet.

Synergy and Social participation
A society, how so ever strong and prosperous will always remain insecure amongst neighbors who are exploited and marginalized. In an ocean of have nots, islands of haves can not be sustained for long. For a durable and secure future for mankind we wish to target education on social symbiosis and not competition for selfish ends. Social marginalization can be reduced only by generating self esteem and sense of participation amongst the downtrodden. Role of educational institutions towards social outcasts and poor has been underlined in the education policy passed by the parliament. Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University will make intensive and visible efforts towards its social commitment.

Resolution
We commit ourselves to make India a nation which can think ahead of time and march with the kind of dignity a glorious civilization moves. We would think of opportunities and create opportunities. It is a huge task. But it has got to be done and we will do it. We wish to build a system of knowledge which will produce technology for the people and not one which produces only technocoolies to serve the interests of super powers.

Educational Streams

Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University has a long-listing of affiliated colleges that cover degree and diploma courses in Science, Commerce, Business Management, Politics, Health Science and Technology. It aims to design curricula of new courses in a holistic way, so that a student is free to choose for themes of his/her choice. A composite curriculum has been evolved through the academic courses. The university has made an effort to ensure flow of information between its departments. It has diligently designed a curriculum which takes care of the needs of all sections of the society.

Facilities
Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University provides a library that contains a large volume of books, journals and periodicals. The library is also succeeded for UGC-INFONET project for setting-up 256 kbps broadband VSAT connectivity via ERNET India. The project is for connectivity amongst the universities, campus-wide networking and hosting databases to academic community. The university has proper infrastructure to impart higher level education.


Faculties/Departments

Botany
Commerce
Computer Application
Economics
Environmental Studies
Food & Nutrition
History
Management Studies
Microbiology
Political Science
Population
Pure and Applied Chemistry
Remote Sensing
Yoga
Zoology

Courses

Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University - Courses Offered
Under-graduate courses
ACHARYA
BA
BA (Hons)
BBA
BCOM
BCOM (Hons)
B ED (Secondary)
BSC (Bachelor of Science)
BSC (Hons)
BSC (Hons) (For girls)
BSC B ED (Integrated)

Certificate and Diploma Courses
Certificate in Computer Applications
Certificate in LIB science and Documentation
B ED
Diploma in Computer Science
Diploma in Cost and Works
Diploma in Criminal Admn
Diploma in Environment
Diploma in Labor Laws
Diploma in Management Studies
Diploma in Personal Management and Labor Welfare
Diploma in Population Studies (DPS)
Diploma in Steno typing
Diploma in Taxation Laws and Practice

Post-graduate Courses
DLITT, DSC
LLB (Academic)
LLB (Professional)
LLM
MA
MBA
MBE
MCOM
MFA&C
MPHIL
MSC
MSC (Environmental Science)
MSC (Food and Nutrition)
MSC (Microbiology and Applied Chemistry)
PHD

Colleges affiliated with this University

Total number of colleges affiliated with this University = 162
1 ADARSH MAHILA SHIKSHAK PRASHIKSHAN MAHAVIDYALAYA, Bilara
2 Adarsh Teachers Training College, Merta City
3 Adrash Teacher Training College, Deoli
4 Agarwal Girls College, Merta City
5 AGRAWAL SHIKSHAK PRASHIKSHAN MAHAVIDYALAYA, Merta
6 Ambika Teacher Training College, Jodhpur
7 Anand Teachers Training College, Karana Village
8 Annuvrat Mahila Shikshak Prashikshan Mahvidhyalaya, Mandal
9 Aryan International College, Ajmer
10 Bahubali Shikshan Sansthan, Dungala
11 BALA SATI JI MAHILA SHIKSHAN P MAHAVIDYALAYA, Hatundi Village
12 Balajit Teacher Training College, Kuchaman
13 BHARTIYA TEACHER TRAINING COLLEGE, Ladnun
14 Bhartiya Vidhya Mandir Mahila Teacher Training College, Pali
15 BR Kabra Kuchaman Mahila Shikshak Prashikshan Mahavidyalaya, Kuchaman
16 BR Khokhar Memorial Teacher Training College, Kuchaman
17 BRIGHT INDIA MAHILA TEACHER TRAINING COLLEGE, Ajmer
18 BVM Teachers Training College, Banswara
19 CAREER TEACHER TRAINING COLLEGE, Jhunjhunu
20 Central Academy Teacher Training College, Kotra
21 Chhoti Devi Memorial Girls B.Ed. College, Didwana, Nagaur
22 Dayanand Arya Balika Mahavidyalay, Beawar
23 Dayanand College, Ajmer
24 DEV KANYA SHIKSHAK PRASHIKSHAN MAHAVIDYALAYA, Tonk
25 Dev Shikshak Prashikshan Mahavidhyalay, Tonk
26 Devkanya Mahavidyalaya, Tonk
27 Dr Ambedkar Vidhi Mahavidyalaya, Tonk
28 DR RADHA KRISHAN TEACHERS TRAINING COLLEGE, Kuchaman
29 Dr. Ambedkar Teacher Training College, Purani Tonk
30 EKLAVYA COLLEGE OF TEACHER TRAINING, Tonk
31 Eminen Teacher Training Girls College, Malpura
32 Gayari ShaktiPith Kanya Mahavidyalay, Pushkar
33 GEETANJALI B ED COLLEGE, Borawar
34 Government Bangar College, Didwana
35 Government College, Bheenmal
36 Government College, Kishangarh
37 Government College, Nasirabad
38 Government College, Badmer
39 Government College, Malpura
40 Government Girls College, Nagaur
41 Governnent Girls College, Tonk
42 Gramotthan Vidyapeeth Sansthan, Nagaur
43 GREENVALLEY COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, Bhilwara
44 GS Jangid Women TT College, Jodhpur
45 Guman singh Memorial College, Sumerpur
46 Gurukul B Ed College, Gotan
47 Gurukul Sanskar Kanaya Mahavidyalya, Sumerpur
48 Gurukul Teacher Training Institute, Kekri
49 HBU Mahila Teacher Training College, Hatundi Village
50 Hind Teachers Training College, Nagaur
51 IPS College (Indra Professional Sansthan), Gulabpura
52 Jai Marudhar Kesri B Ed College, Merta City
53 Jai Narayan Vyas Residential Women Teacher Training College, Barmer
54 JIYALAL INSTITUTE OF EUDCATION, Ramganj
55 Kanchan Devi Teacher Training College, Bhilwara
56 Kanku Vijay Teacher Training College, Pali
57 Kanya Mahavidyalaya, Tonk
58 KASTURBA GANDHI MAHILA SHIKSHAK P MAHAVIDYALAYA, Jaitaran
59 KD Jain Girls College, Kishangarh
60 Keru Mahila Shikshak Prashikshan Mahavidyalya, Jodhpur
61 Keshav Vidhyapeeth Teacher Training College, Sumerpur
62 Kuchaman College of Education, Kuchaman
63 LORD SHIVA GIRLS TEACHER TRAINING COLLEGE, Bhinmal
64 Ma Durga Shikshan Sansthan Mahila Teacher Training College, Damodara
65 Maa Durga Mata B Ed College, Riyanbari
66 Maa Saraswati Teacher Tarining College, Bhopon Ka Bara
67 MAA SHARDA B ED COLLEGE, Dehjayl Village
68 Madi Devi Memorial B Ed College, Merta City
69 Maha Prabhu Swami Ram Charan Kanya Vidhyapeeth, Sahapura
70 MAHADEV B ED COLLEGE, Chhoti Khatu
71 MAHANT SHRI RAGHUNANDAN DAS SHIKSHAN SANSTHAN, Dungarpur
72 Mahatama Gandhi Teacher Training College, Timbagamdi
73 MAHESH MAHILA SHISKHAN PRASHIKSHAN COLLEGE, Barmer
74 Mahesh Teacher Training College, Barmer
75 MAHIPAL SHIKSHAN SANSTHAN, Tinwari
76 MAKRANA TEACHERS TRAINING COLLEGE, Makrana
77 MARUDHARA SHIKSHAK PRASHIKSHAN MAHAVIDYALAYA, Barmer
78 Marwar Shikshak Prakshishan Mahavidhyalay, Pali
79 MB MAHILA SHIKSHAK PRASHIKSHAN MAHAVIDYALAYA, Dungarpur
80 Meera Mahila B Ed College, Chittorgarh
81 Mewar Teacher Training College, Gangrar
82 MLV Government College, Bhilwara
83 Modern Sunwasia Shiksha Samiti, Choti Sadri
84 MOTHERLAND GIRLS TEACHER TRAINING COLLEGE, Tonk
85 Munni Shri Kamal Vijay Ji M Sa Teacher Training College, Bhinmal
86 Narayana Teacher Tarining College, Parbhatpura
87 Naveen Vidhypeeth Teacher Training College, Nimbi Jodha
88 Pannadhay Women Teacher Training College, Bada Kuwan
89 Parsuram Teacher Training Colleg e, Bayana
90 Pearl Teacher Training College, Pansal
91 PIPAR TEACHERS TRAINING COLLEGE, Pipar City
92 Pokran Teacher Training College, Pokaran
93 Pt JP Upadhyay Teacher Training College, Tonk
94 RAJASTHAN TEACHER TRAINING COLLEGE, Agolai
95 RAJEEV GANDHI TEACHERS TRAINING COLLEGE, Tonk
96 Rajkiya Uchh Teacher Tarining College, Ajmer
97 RAMA DEVI B ED COLLEGE, Ajmer
98 Ramdev Teacher Training College, Jaisalmer
99 Ravindra Nath Tagore Teacher Training College, Choti Khatu
100 RC MEMORIAL TEACHER TRAINING COLLEGE, Marwar
101 REKHA DEVI MEMORIAL INSTITUTE, Tonk
102 RNT B Ed College, Chittorgarh
103 RNT College of Teachers Education, Kapasan
104 Sajjan International College, Pali
105 SAJJAN TEACHERS TRAINING COLLEGE, Manpura-Bhakri
106 Sanskriti Computer Education College, Beawar
107 Sant Paramhans Law College, Ajmer
108 Sant Stepin Educational Society, Kishangarh
109 Saraswati Shikshak Prakshishsn Mahavidhyalay, Banthari
110 Sardhalaya Women Teacher Training College, Rawatbhata
111 SARSWATI SHIKSHAK PRASHIKSHAN MAHAVIDYALAYA, Pali
112 Sarvodaya Teacher Training College, Chenar
113 SD Government College, Beawar
114 SDH Sh Shipra Mahvyalaya, Kekri
115 SEEMA MEMORIAL B ED COLLEGE, Parbatsar Village
116 Seth HBM Adarsh Girls College, Ajmer
117 SH ONKAR SINGH MEMORIAL WOMENS TEACHER TRAINING, Ajmer
118 Shaheed Bhagat Singh Shikshak Prashikshan Mahavidyalaya, Nagaur
119 SHRADHALYA JANJATI B ED COLLEGE, Rawathbhata
120 Shramjeevi College, Ajmer
121 Shree BhagwanMahaveer B Ed College, Sanchore
122 Shree Ganesh Chandra Teacher Training College, Merta City
123 Shree Madhav Teacher Training College , Didwana
124 Shree Sawai Teachers Training College, Didwana
125 SHREEJEE TEACHER TRAINING COLLEGE, Bhilwara
126 Shri Gandhi Kanya Mahavidhalay, Gulabpura
127 Shri I Mata Mahavidyalaya, Sojat
128 Shri Jain Shwetambar Terapanthi Manav Hitkari Sang, Marwar Ranawas
129 Shri Kalyan Mahila Shikshak Prashikshan Mahavidhyalay, Tonk
130 Shri Kalyan Teacher Training College, Newai
131 SHRI KHETESHWAR B ED COLLEGE, Nandri Village
132 Shri Mahaveer B Ed College, Banswara
133 Shri Narayan Teachers Training College, Kuchaman
134 Shri Nath Teachers Training College, Bari Sadri
135 SHRI RANA MAHILA TEACHERS TRAINING COLLEGE, Borawar
136 SHRI SABAL MAHILA SHIKSHAK MAHAVIDYALAYA, Bourunda
137 SHRI SAI NATH TEACHER TRAINING COLLEGE, Badayali
138 Shri Sainath Mahila Shikshak Sansthan, Pipar City
139 Shri Shanti Nath Vidhya Bharti Teacher Training College, Jalore
140 Shri Vardhman Girls College, Beawar
141 SK GREENWOOD SHIKSHAK PRASHISHAN MAHAVIDYALAYA, Shekha Basant
142 SMM Girls College, Bhilwara
143 SMS MAHILA SHIKSHAK PRASHIKSHAN MAHAVIDYALAY, Beawar
144 SMT KAMLA DEVI TEACHERS TRAINING COLLEGE, Barmer
145 SMT NARAYANI DEVI VERMA WOMENS TEACHER TRAINING COLLEGE, Bhilwara
146 Smt Santra Devi B Ed College, Jasol
147 Smt Sunder Devi Bafna Teacher Training College, Jasol
148 Smt. Rukma Devi Mahila Shikshak Prakshishan Mahavidhyalay, Pali
149 SPU (PG) College, Phalna
150 SS Rathore Memorial Teacher Tarining College, Ajmer
151 ST SOLDIER MAHILA TEACHER TRAINING COLLEGE, Tonk
152 Star Infotech College, Ajmer
153 Sucheta Kraplani Teacher Training College, Manaklao
154 Sundha Mata Mahila Teacher Training College, Bhinmal
155 Suraj Narayan Pareek Girls Teacher Training College, Pushkar
156 TAGORE TEACHER TRAINING COLLEGE, Kekri
157 Tagore Teacher Training College, Kuchaman
158 Tak Shiksha Niketan Teacher Tarining College, Ajmer
159 UK Singh Dewal Memorial Teacher Training Sansthan, Bhinmal
160 VAIDANTI SHIKSHA MAHAVIDYALAYA, Degana Village
161 Veer Teja Ji Mahila Teacher Training College, Marwar Mundwa
162 VIVEKANAND GIRLS TEACHERS TRAINING COLLEGE, Bibirani Village


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