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Maharaja Ganga Singh University, Bikaner, Rajasthan
Address:Village: Shrah Nathania, 2 kilometers from the outskirt of the city of Bikaner
Bikaner
Rajasthan, India
Pin Code : 334006


Maharaja Ganga Singh University, Bikaner Rajasthan is a University recognised by UGC. Maharaja Ganga Singh University, Bikaner Rajasthan is also known as University of Bikaner alias Bikaner University.

Maharaja Ganga Singh University, Bikaner Rajasthan was established on / in June 07, 2003.


Maharaja Ganga Singh University, Bikaner Rajasthan is situated in Bikaner of Rajasthan state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Fax # of Maharaja Ganga Singh University, Bikaner Rajasthan is +91-151-2200414, 2522495, 2212042.

Contact Person(s) of the Maharaja Ganga Singh University, Bikaner Rajasthan is (are): Vice Chanellor: Shri Pritam Singh.

email ID(s) is Maharaja Ganga Singh University Bikaner Rajasthan

Website of Maharaja Ganga Singh University, Bikaner Rajasthan is http://www.bikaneruniversity.in/.


Contact Details of Maharaja Ganga Singh University, Bikaner Rajasthan are : Telephone: +91-151-2200414, 2525464, 2522495, 2212044, 2212042, 2212041, 2210857


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Profile of Maharaja Ganga Singh University

The establishment of the Maharaja Ganga Singh University at Bikaner marks an important milestone in the evolution of tertiary education in Rajasthan, area-wise the largest state of the Republic of India. Tertiary education, which modern universities develop and deploy for the benefit of humanity, aims for universality, but at the same time, it is now being increasingly realized, that it must also prioritize the discovery of solutions for the territory in which it is located. The Maharaja Ganga Singh, University would strive, through teaching, research and extension, to achieve a better understanding of the problems of the region in which it is located, in a region vastly different from almost all other regions in India and abroad.

The UOB (Maharaja Ganga Singh University) has come into existence in a terrain exhibiting several ecological constants not found, on any comparable scale, in the rest of India or, even, in the rest of the world which contains several large deserts but not the type of life-vibrant arid lands as the Thar desert on whose northern-east periphery the UOB (Maharaja Ganga Singh University) is located.

After the assent of the Honorable Governor of Rajasthan, the University has been established under the Maharaja Ganga Singh University, Act 2003 which was notified in the Rajasthan Gazzette on June 7, 2003. This statute terminated the territorial jurisdiction and also the affiliation of 69 colleges located in the districts of Churu, Sriganganagar, Hanumangarh and Bikaner. As a result, 92444 students were enrolled and examined in various faculties by the University in 2004 for Bachelor’s, master’s degrees and some diploma courses. Still larger number of students were enrolled and examined in the year 2005.

The Government of Rajasthan had allotted a piece of land admeasuring 1127.07 Bighas in the village Shrah Nathania situated about 2 kilometers from the outskirt of the city of Bikaner for the University on which construction is soon to start.

Educational Streams
Maharaja Ganga Singh University is the nucleus of higher education in the region. Vision document of the university includes Post Graduate and Undergraduate teaching, Doctoral and Post Doctoral Researches, Organisation of Seminars, Referesher courses for teachers, and Preparing teaching material based on latest researches and insights. The university has started job oriented courses such as development of communication skills, project management and development of entrepreneurship, MCA, information technology, foreign languages, etc.

Facilities
Law faculty of the university has its own library. All affiliated colleges too have their own libraries. It has developed hi-tech laboratories with latest modern equipments related to modern technology of education. The university has a Planning and Monitoring Board equipped with modern management information system. A staff development board for training and retraining of teaching and non-teaching staff is onnected to the university. Social justice cell looks into the cases of socially deprived segment of students and gender discrimination.

Faculties/Departments
Commerce and Management
Science
Arts
Social Sciences
Law
Education

History
Maharaja Ganga Singh University or MGSU Bikaner, formerly University of Bikaner, was established in 2003. The establishment of the Maharaja Ganga Singh, University at Bikaner indicates educational development of the state of Rajasthan.

Maharaja Ganga Singh University or Bikaner University, has contributed a lot in the evolution of tertiary education in Rajasthan. Bikaner University, through teaching, research and extension, endeavors to understand the problems of the region in which it is located. At the same time, the university also imparts education which is universally recognized.

About the University
The University of Bikaner was established under the University of Bikaner, Act, 2003 which was notified in the Rajasthan Gazette on June, 7, 2003. Over 92444 students were enrolled and examined in various faculties by the University in 2004 for Bachelor's, master's degrees and some diploma courses. Still larger number of students were enrolled and examined in the year 2005.

The University of Bikaner was set up with the main objectives to facilitate higher education and research in the northern part of Rajasthan. The varsity spreads over 1,100 acres of land. Established with the aim of catering to the educational needs of the tertiary, the university aims at achieving through teaching, research and extension, a batter understanding of the problems of the region in which it is located. The University exhibits several ecological constants i.e. the great Thar Desert in which it is located those can not be found anywhere in India and across the world.

A land of 1127.07 Bighas in the village Shrah Nathania situated about 2 kilometers from the outskirt of the city of Bikaner has been allotted to the University by the state government. The construction of the new building of university is soon to start.

At present the University of Bikaner has 92 colleges affiliated to it falling in Bikaner, Churu, Hanumnagarh and Sriganganagar districts of Rajasthan. Out of these 14 are Govt. Colleges and the rest are Private ones.

From the session 2004-2005 the University has started its own Law Department and has admitted students to the first year of LL.B.

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

Jodhpur: The Rajasthan High Court, partially dismissing petitions challenging the guidelines on student elections to be held on August 20 filed by various universities of the state, have issued notices to Jai Narain Vyas University (JNVU), Jodhpur; Maharaja Ganga Singh University (MGSU), Bikaner; Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University (MDS), Ajmer, and other state colleges and have asked them reply on the petition by August 25.

This was ordered by Justice Dinesh Maheshwari while hearing over 17 petitions on the issue.Lawyers RAS Chaudhary, Sajjan Singh Gaud, Manish Patel and others, who are representing the petitioners, had last year requested the court to relax the age limit of the election candidates who are over 25 years of age for various reasons and challenged the criteria disallowing student leaders that had already run in the student elections earlier from participating in the elections again.The lawyers said that the student leader who was in the elections last year was found eligible to participate in the elections again, but not those leaders who had only participated, not won.

After listening to their arguments, Justice Maheshwari did not give any relaxation, but asked Additional Solicitor General Anand Purohit to issue notices to the JNVU and three other universities in this regard. The universities have to reply on the petition by August 25.

Profile of the Former Vice Chancellor Dr Vimlendu Tayal

Dr Vimlendu Tayal
Former Vice - Chancellor
Phone No
Mobile : 9414236157

Qualifications:

LLM
Masters Degrees in Torts & Crimes and International Law & Relations Branches
PhD
PhD in Public Interest Litigation

Administrative Experience:

22 years experience as Principal and Head Nehru Memorial Law PG College,
Hanumangarh (Rajasthan)
Dean, Faculty of Law
University of Bikaner, Bikaner


Profile of the Founder Vice Chancellor Prof Hoshiar Singh


Prof Hoshiar Singh
The founder Vice Chancellor

E-Mail Address: hs_bu@yahoo.co.in

Research Supervision

Produced 28 Ph D Scholars and guided 25 M Phil Dissertations

Published Work:

1 Books (authored & edited): 23
2 Research Papers: 82

Papers Presented In International Conference 12

Academic Awards And Distinctions:
1 Vice-Chancellor, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra
2 Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, 1999-2003
3 21st Century Award for Achievements in academic field, an honour conferred by International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England,
4 “Man of the Year” 1995, An Honour bestowed by the American Biographic Institute Inc (ABI), North Carolina, USA
5 Indo-French Cultural Exchange Fellow, Paris, 1995
6 President Indian Public Administration Association (1995-98)
7 President, Indian Political Science Association (2000 up to 11 Sept 2003)

Institutional Memberships

1 Member, Board of Management, MDS University, Ajmer, nominated by Government of Rajasthan
2 Member, Board of Management, MDS University, Ajmer, nominated by the Chancellor of the University and Governor of Rajasthan as Eminent Educationist, 1994-96
3 Member, Sub-Group for Development of Scheduled Castes in Eighth Plan of Ministry of Welfare, Government of India, New Delhi 1989
4 Member, Rajasthan Hindi Granth Academy’s Government Body, Jaipur, 1991
5 Member, Academic Advisory, Committee, Haryana Institute of Public Administration
6 Member, Advisory Committee, Haryana Institute of Rural Development, Nilokheri
7 Member (As External Expert) Board of Studies of Punjabi University, Patiala; Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla; Jodhpur University, Jodhpur; Banasthali Vidyapeeth, Banasthali; Rajasthan (Deemed University); Magadh University, BodhGaya, Bihar; Sambalpur University, Sambalpur, Orissa; Punjab University, Chandigarh; Jivaji University, Gwalior and GND University, Amritsar
8 Subject Expert of the UGC for the NET in Public Administration
9 Expert Member for the selection of Professors, Readers and Lecturers in various universities of the country and Kathmandu University, Nepal
10 Subject Expert of Human Resource Development Ministry, Government of India for award of Commonwealth Scholarships (Canada)
Countries Visited:
Visited Japan, USA, Germany, Belgium, France, China, Canada, Republic of Korea, United Kingdom, Ireland and Nepal in connection with academic pursuit

Professional Activities:

1 President, Indian Political Science Association (2000 to 2003)
2 President, Indian Public Administration Association for March 1995 to March 1998
3 Life-Member, International Institute for Municipal Science, Vienna, Austria
4 Member, International Political Science Association, Washington, USA
5 Member, International Stress Management Association, San Diego, USA
6 Member, LASCP International Association for the Study of Common Property, Indiana University, Bloomington, USA
7 Life-Member, Indian Institute of Public Administration (LLPA), New Delhi
8 Life-Member, Indian Political Science Association
9 Life-Member, Indian Public Administration Association
10 Member Executive Committee, Rajasthan State Regional Branch, The Indian Institute of Public Administration, 1980-81, 1981-82, 1983-84
11 Vice-President, Indian Public Administration Association, 1990-92
12 General Secretary & Treasurer, Indian Public Administration Association, 1993
13 Member Executive, Indian Political Science Association, 1983-87, 1989-90, 1992-94
14 Member, Indian Social Science Association

ICCMP - 2007


International Conference on Condensed Matter Physics and 5th Annual Convention of Rajasthan Physics Association (ICCMP-2007)

held on November 25-28, 2007

Under the Joint Auspices of :
University of Rajasthan, Jaipur
University of Bikaner, Bikaner
Engineering College, Bikaner
Venue: Jaipur (India)

About RPA
Rajasthan Physics Association (RPA) is a unit of Physics Society to promote research and education in Physics. The society is registered under the act. XX of 1860.It was founded on December14, 2003 and is functioning to improve the aptitude of the students of Rajasthan state towards Physics by conducting Physics Aptitude Test (PAT) every year and awards scholarships to the meritorious students. It also promotes research and development work by giving Rajasthan Raman Award every year. The association conducts short term programmes and conferences on various topics.
About the Organizing Institutions
The University of Rajasthan is the oldest institution of higher learning in Rajasthan (India).It has 37 P.G. teaching departments and 6 constituent colleges. The University of Rajasthan is an A plus NAAC accredited. The University of Rajasthan was established on January 8, 1947 as University of Rajaputana with the main objective of disseminating knowledge and catering to the needs of the students of Rajasthan state. In 1956, the University of Rajaputana was renamed as the University of Rajasthan.The year 2007 is the diamond jubilee year of the University. The University of Bikaner, Bikaner spreads over 1,100 acres of land and came into existence in the year of 2003 with the main objectives to facilitate higher education and research in the northern part of Rajasthan. It has 125 affiliated colleges. The Engineering College, Bikaner is an autonomous institution of the Government of Rajasthan, spread over 200 acres of land and located at Karni Industrial Area, Bikaner. The Institution was established in the year 1999 and committed to provide quality education. It has six branches of Engineering at Under Graduate level viz. Computer Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Information Technology, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Electronics and Instrumentation Control.
About the Conference
This conference will provide an international platform to the scientists and academicians as well as to the young researchers to exchange their new ideas, explore emerging directions both in basic Physics as well as on the applied aspects of the various areas of Condensed Matter Physics. It is also aimed to highlight their new technologies. The event will bring theorists and experimentalists on a common platform to inspire exciting and current aspects of Condensed Matter Physics as well as Material Science and to foster inter-disciplinary research in all areas including soft matter. This conference will also inspire the young generation of scientists. Presentations will comprise of plenary, invited and contributed talks, poster papers with ample time for discussions.
Objectives of the Conference
(a)To provide an international platform to the theorists and experimentalists to exchange their new ideas.
(b)To explore emerging directions both in basic Physics as well as applied aspects of various areas of Condensed Matter Physics.
(c) To foster inter-disciplinary research.
(d)To inspire young scientists towards exciting and current aspects of Condensed Matter Physics and Material Science.
Climate and access to Jaipur
The temperature in the last week of November remains 15 oC to 25 oC and light woolens are essential. Jaipur is located 258 km. from Delhi, 232 km. from Agra, 350 km. from Gwalior and 405 km. from Udaipur. Jaipur is well connected with major parts of the country and is easily accessible by air, road and train. An international airport is also located at Jaipur.
About Jaipur
The capital of Rajasthan ‘Jaipur’ is popularly known as Pink city. It was founded by Sawai Jai Singh in 1727 A.D. The tourism places viz. Hawa Mahal, Aamer Fort, Jai Mahal, Jantar-Mantar, Jaigarh, Birla Temple and Galtaji are located at Jaipur.
Major theme
Condensed Matter Physics
Sub themes
Magnetism and Superconductivity
Clusters, Nanomaterials, Disordered and Amorphous Materials
Computational and Simulation methods
Electronic Structure Calculations and Density Functional Theory
Nano-structured Photonic Materials
Semi-conductor and Semi-conductor devices
Guidelines
Papers will be selected for presentation on the basis of review of abstracts. Participants are requested to submit their abstracts in prescribed abstract format (available at RPA website) in one page of A-4 size paper typed in single space (Times New Roman 11pt.) using MS Word on or before January 31, 2007. The papers presented at the Conference will be published in the proceedings after review. The authors are requested to strictly adhere to the following dates
Last Date for Abstract Submission : January 31, 2007
Consent for Abstract to the Authors : April 15, 2007
Last Date for early registration : May 31, 2007
Deadline for final registration : October 31, 2007

International Advisory Board (IAB)
Nobel Laureate Prof. Douglas D. Osheroff
Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA
Nobel Laureate Prof. C. C. Tannoudji
Collège de France; École Normale Supérieure Paris, FRANCE
Nobel Laureate Prof. Frank Wilczek
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, USA
Prof. S.K.Joshi
National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi, INDIA
Dr. S.K.Sikka
Scientific Secretary to the PSA, Govt. of India, New Delhi, INDIA
Dr. S.Banerjee
BARC, Mumbai, INDIA
Dr. Vikram Kumar
National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi, INDIA
Dr. Mukund Rao*
ISRO, Bangalore, INDIA
Prof. D. Mukamel
The Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, ISRAEL
Dr. V. C. Sahni*
RRCAT, Indore, INDIA
Dr. Praveen Chaddah
UGC-DAE CSR, Indore, INDIA
Prof. Mildred S. Dresselhaus
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, USA
Prof. M J. Cooper
University of Warwick, Coventry, U.K
Prof. Arun Bansil
Northestran University, Boston, MA, USA
Prof. Peter Svec
Institute of Physics, Slovak Academy of Sc., Bratislava,SLOVAKIA
Prof. Mukunda P. Das
The Australian National University, Canberra, AUSTRALIA
Prof. Mikos Tegze
Research Institute for Solid State Physics and Optics, Budapest, HUNGARY
Prof. Maurice S Skolnick
University of Sheffield, UK
Prof. Carmen Cisneros
Av. Universidad, SChamilpa, Cuernavaca Morelos, MEXICO,
Prof. Seppo Manninen
University of Helsinki, Helsinki, FINLAND
Prof. H. Kawata*
Photon Factory, KEK, JAPAN
Prof. Sulbha K. Kulkarni
University of Pune, Pune, INDIA
Prof. Steven Weinberg
University of Texas, Austin, USA
Dr. Peter Melville
Institute of Physics, London, U.K.
Dr. Sonja Draxler
Karl Franzens University, Graz, AUSTRIA
Dr. Y. Sakurai
JASRI , SPring8, JAPAN
Prof. T V Ramakrishnan*
IISc, Bangalore, INDIA
Prof. Y. Singh
BHU, Varanasi, INDIA
*Subject to consent
Organizing Committee
Patron
Dr. R. A. Mashelkar
Director General, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research &
Secretary, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research,
Government of India, New Delhi
Dr. N.K.Jain
Vice Chancellor, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur
Dr. C.B.Gena
Vice Chancellor, University of Bikaner, Bikaner
Prof. M.P.Poonia
Principal,
Engineering College, Bikaner
Chairman
Prof. B.K.Sharma
Dean, Faculty of Science
University of Rajasthan, Jaipur
Convener
Mr.Mahendra Singh Dhaka
Head, Department of Physics
Engineering College, Bikaner
Members
Dr. A.K.Nagawat
University of Rajasthan, Jaipur
Dr.Y.K.Vijay
University of Rajasthan, Jaipur
Mr. D.K.Purohit
R.K.Maru Govt. Girls Sr. Sec. School, Sikar
Mr. Mahendra Kumar Saini
Govt. Sr. Sec. School, Udaipurwati, Jhunjhunu
Prof. B.K. Srivastava
University of Rajasthan, Jaipur
Prof. N.S. Saxena
University of Rajasthan, Jaipur
Prof. A. Krishnamurthy
University of Rajasthan, Jaipur
Prof. S.K.Sharma,
Malviya National Inst. of Tech. , Jaipur
Dr. Prabha Dashora
University of Rajasthan, Jaipur
Dr. Usha Singh
University of Rajasthan, Jaipur
Dr. Usha Chandra
University of Rajasthan, Jaipur
Dr. Kanan Bala Sharma
University of Rajasthan, Jaipur
Dr. Y.K. Sharma
University of Rajasthan, Jaipur
Dr. B.L.Ahuja,
M L S University, Udaipur
Dr. P. C. Agarwal,
Regional Institute of Education, Ajmer
Dr.D. R. Mehrotra
Govt. College, Ajmer
Dr. K. B. Joshi
M L S University, Udaipur
Dr. M.D. Sharma
Govt. College, Nohar
Dr. R.K.Kothari
Govt. College, Chimanpura
Mr. Raj Kumar Choudhary,
Engineering College, Bikaner
Mr. Shoukat Ali,
Engineering College, Bikaner
Dr. R.K.Pandya
L B S College, Jaipur
Ms. Preeti Naruka,
Engineering College, Bikaner
Mr. M. S. Shekhawat,
Engineering College, Bikaner

Composition of RPA
Prof.M.P.Poonia
Patron
Prof.B.K.Sharma
President
Dr.A.K.Nagawat
Vice President
Dr.Y.K.Vijay
Vice President
Mr. Dinesh Purohit
Vice President
Mr. M.S.Dhaka
Secretary General
Mr.M.K.Saini
Treasurer
Dr.A.K.Shrotriya
Joint Secretary
Mrs.Shivangi Bissa
Joint Secretary
Mr.R.K.Swami
Joint Secretary
Accommodation and Travel Support
Accommodation, where possible will be offered at guest houses at nominal charges. Hotel accommodation needs to be booked in advance (more detail available at RPA website). Limited funds may be given as TA in the form of second sleeper class by shortest route to the Indian participants and partial travel support may be offered to the foreign participants on the advice of the Advisory Committee and availability of funds. Last date for request is March15, 2007.

Registration
The registration fee for the conference is given below:
Category of the participant Early registration(on or before May 31,2007) Final registration(on or before October 31,2007)
India and SAARC Countries
General INR 4,000/- INR 6,000/-
Research Scholar INR 2,000/- INR 3,000/-
Demand Draft in favour of ‘Rajasthan Physics Association’ payable at Bikaner
Foreigners
General US$ 400 US$ 600
Research Scholar US$ 200 US$ 300
Swift Code ORBCINBBBIK in the account of Rajasthan Physics Association (CD-32), Branch Engineering College, Bikaner (India)
Mailing Address
All correspondence including submission of papers be addressed to:
Mr. Mahendra Singh Dhaka, Convener, International Conference,
Secretary General, Rajasthan Physics Association,
Department of Physics, Engineering College, Bikaner
Karni Industrial Area, Pugal Road, Bikaner (Rajasthan) India -334005
EAPBX: 00-91-151-2253404, Fax: 00-91-151-2252919, Mobile: +00-91-94144-91729
E-mail: rajphysi@rajphysicsassn.org, msdhaka@ecb.ac.in ; iccmp2007@gmail.com
Website: www.rajphysicsassn.org


Vision

Higher Education For Dignity And Self Reliance

The University of Bikaner wants to develop its campus in terms of academic input and infrastructural facilities as a nucleus and resource centre for development of its affiliated colleges as well as to develop its campus teaching through various teaching departments.

The Vision Document of the University of Bikaner proposes to take up the following academic programmes:

Post Graduate and Undergraduate teaching.
Doctral and Post Doctral Researches.
Organisation of Seminars and Symposia.
Referesher courses for college teachers.
Preparing teaching material based on latest researches and insights as contained in articles and papers appearing in national and international journals.
Develop hi-tech laboratories, a strong central library with latest modern equipments related to modern technology of education.
Plan to start job oriented courses such as development of communication skills, project management and development of entrepreneurship, MCA, information technology, foreign languages, etc.

As per the Vision Document of the University in addition to the existing executive and academic bodies as provided in the Act, the University plans to have following other bodies:

Planning and Monitoring Board equipped with modern management information system.
A staff development board for training and retraining of teaching and non-teaching staff
It will set up grievance redressal machinery in the form of University Tribunal to deal with grievances and internal disputes.
A self-evaluation and institutional assessment cell will be created for the study of activities of the University to find out the effectiveness of various programmes undertaken by the University and to design and redesign the action plans on the basis of new experiments.
A social justice cell will be set up to look into the cases of socially deprived segment of students and gender discrimination.

The people of this geographically deficient region are all committed to bring up the University to the level of any developed university of the country.



Profile of the Vice Chancellor


Shri Pritam Singh, Vice - Chancellor
Residential Address: 47/145, sector-47, (ManSarowar), Ward No 13, Jaipur

Phone No. 0151-2212041 (O)
0151-2212042 (PA)
Fax No 0151-2212042
Home Town: Ropar
Father s Name: Azayab Singh
Date of Birth: 02/04/1960
Qualifications: BE Electronics & Electrical Communication, MA Economics
Post: Divisional Commissioner, Bikaner

POST HELD BY THE OFFICER FROM TO
i Divisional Commissioner, Bikaner 19/7/2008
ii Secretary to Government Revenue Department , jaipur (RAj) 26/10/2006 17/07/2008
iii Managing Director, Raj State Road Transport Corporation, Jaipur 02/06/2005 23/10/2006
iv Under Apo 15/03/2005 01/06/2005
v Director Department of Heavy Industry Govt of India, New Delhi 13/03/2000 11/03/2005
vi Housing Commissioner Raj Housing board, jaipur 13/04/1999 03/03/2000
vii Director social Welfare Department &Ex-officio special Secretary
to Govternment Raj Jaipur 00/04/1998 00/04/1999
viii Collector & District Magistrate, Karauli 19/07/1997 00/05/1998
ix OSD Office of Divisional Commissioner, Kota 09/05/1997 18/07/1997
x Collector & District Magistrate, Rajsamand 01/07/1996 28/04/1997
xi Inspector General Regisrration & Stamps, Ajmer (Raj) 08/06/1994 29/06/1996
xii Secretary RPSC Ajmer 10/01/1994 13/06/1994
xiii Collector & District Magistrate, Sikar 07/08/1993 01/01/1994
xiv Managing director Mewar Textile Mills Ltd Bhilwara 25/05/1992 06/08/1993
xv ADDL Commissioner CAD Chambal Project, Kota 02/08/1991 23/05/1992
xvi Deputy Secretary to Govt Industries Deptt Jaipur (Raj) 09/05/1990 31/07/1991
xvii Gweneral Manager Jaipur Dairy Plant, Jaipur 30/10/1989 08/05/1990
xviii ADDL Director Women & Child Development Deptt
(Child & Nutrition) Jaipur 26/08/1989 08/05/1990
xix ADDL Colllector (DEV)& Project Director DRDA, Sikar 27/07/1988 25/08/1989


Profile of the Ex - Vice Chancellor Dr CB Jena


Dr CB Gena – Former Vice - Chancellor
Residential Address 23, Civil Lines, Bikaner

E-MAIL: cbgena_bu@yahoo.co.in

PHONE NO 0151-2200414,
Residence Phone: 0151-2200181
Mobile Phone No.: 94142281357
Qualifications : MSc (Botany), PhD, FBS, FIFS
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Undergraduate classes 36 years
Post graduate classes 25 years
MPhil 15 years

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS
A RESEARCH PROJECTS COMPLETED://
i Studies of pteridophytes with special reference to genus Isoetes in Rajasthan
(UGC minor research project, 1977-1979)
ii Investigations of fern flora of Rajasthan with special reference to their ecology,
reproductive biology and survival strategies (UGC major research
project, 1981-1983)
iii Experimental studies of genus Isoetes in Rajasthan (UGC, minor research
project, 1985-1986)
iv An aerobiological survey of Ajmer with special reference to palynological studies
of local flora (UGC major research project, 1988-1991)
v Studies of rare and endangered species of Rajasthan (UGC minor research project,
1999-2001)

B RESEARCH WORK SUPERVISION:
Supervised research work of following candidates for the award of PhD degree:
a University of Rajasthan, Jaipur:
vi Dr (Miss) Nilima Bhardwaj– “Eco-physiological and experimental studies of Isoetes
L” (1989)
vii Dr (Mrs) Anshuma Kumar- “Reproductive biology of some xerophytic ferns of
Rajasthan” (1990)
vii Dr (Miss) Maria IC D’Souza– “Amphibious habit with particular reference to land
and water forms in Marsilea” (1990)
b MDS University, Ajmer:
iv Dr Manoj Kumar- “Ecological investigations of some Marsilea L species of Rajasthan
with special reference to their reproductive biology” (1992)
v Dr Devendra Singh Barola- “Ecological and ethnobotanical investigations of the
flora of Ajmer tehsil” (1992)
vi Dr (Mrs) Zahida Khan- “Studies of pteridophytic flora of Haroti plateau,
Rajasthan” (1993)
vii Dr A K Joshi- “An aerobiological survey of Ajmer with special reference to studies
of local flora” (1994)
viii Dr Joseph, TS- “Cyto-taxonomic and eco-morphological studies of genus Marsilea
with particular reference to Marsilea coromendeliana complex” (1995)
ix Dr Raja Ram- “Studies of population differentiation and speciation pattern in the
genus Marsilea (Marsileaceae) - Impact of prolonged cultivation (1995)
x Dr Dharminder Pal Singh- “Studies of genus Isoetes L in Rajasthan” (1996)
xi Dr PL Gena- “Eco-physiological investigations of pteridophytic flora of Rajasthan”
(1996)
xii Dr Sanjay Dixit- “Studies of pteridophytic flora of central Rajasthan” (1996)
xiii Dr Rajendra K Sharma- “Experimental studies of rare and threatened ferns of Mt
Abu, Rajasthan”
xiv Dr Ram Swaroop Jakhar- “Morphology and systematics of genus Isoetes L in India”
(1997)
xv Dr DB Janu- “Taxonomic investigations of the flora of Ajmer district with special
reference to ecological studies of leguminous taxa” (1998)
xvi Dr Mrs Shashi Gupta– “Floristic analysis of the vegetation of Beawar Tehsil with
special reference to ecophysiological studies of Asteraceae” (1999)
xvii Dr Mukesh Khandelwal- “Taxonomical and ecological studies of vegetation of Degana
tehsil, Nagaur, Rajasthan” (1999)
xviii Dr Jahangeer Kuraishi- “Taxonomical and ecological studies of vegetation of
Deedwana, Nagaur district, Rajasthan” (2000)
xix Dr Suman Yadav– “Eco-physiological investigations of genus Adiantum L in
Rajasthan” (2000)
xx Dr Hari Prakash Yadav- “Studies of vegetation of Ajmer tehsil with special
reference to taxonomic and ecological investigations of Asteraceae” (2000)
xxi Dr Natwar Kumar Vyas- “Studies on pteridophytic flora of Mewar region, Rajasthan”
(2000)
xxii Dr Rajender Prasad Kanther- “Studies of Acacia Mill, and Prosopis L in Rajasthan
with special reference to seed biology and eco-physiology”(2001)
xxiii Dr Mrs Rekha Todarwal- “Ecological investigations of weed flora of Central
Rajasthan”(2001)
xxiv Dr Madhu Gupta- “Morphological, ecological and experimental studies of Parthenium
hysterophorus Linn”(2001)
xxv Shabana Khan – “Systematics, ecology and seed biology of genus Euphorbia L in
Rajasthan” (2002)
xxvi Abha Dhingra- “Eco-physiology of Alhagi pseudoalhagi (MBieb) Desv (Family-
Fabaceael) and Ageratum conyzoides Linn (Family -Asteraceae)” (2002)
xxvii Dr Mrs Anupama Yadav- “Phytogeographical Investigations of Central Rajasthan”(2002)
xxviii Dr Mrs Vibha Bharadwaj– “Taxonomy of Medicinal Plants of Ajmer” (2005)

C RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS:
1 Isoetes in Rajasthan 1976 J Bombay nat Hist Soc 73: 559-562 (Jointly with Mital &
Bhardwaja)
2 New localities for leptosporangiate ferns in Rajasthan, India, 1978 J Bombay nat
Hist Soc 75: 533-535 (jointly with Bhardwaja & Yadav)
3 The genus Qphioglossum in Rajasthan 1979 J Bombay nat Hist Soc 75: 988-989
(jointly with Sharma & Bhardwaja)
4 Occurrence of foliar leaves on longshoots of Pinus, 1978 Experientia 34: 1168
(jointly with Ghemawat)
5 Twins in Plants 1978: Scientia 21 : 61-63
6 A new species of Selaginella from India 1979 Amer Fern J 69 : 119-121 (jointly
with Bhardwaja & Yadav)
7 Occurrence of Parthenium hysterophorus Linn, in Rajasthan, India 1980 Geobios 7
: 230-231 Gointly with Bhardwaja)
8 Congress grass- Parthenium hysterophorus Linn, in Ajmer 1981 Scientia 22 & 23
: 75-76
9 Newly recorded and rediscovered ferns at Mt Abu, Rajasthan, India 1981 J Bombay
nat Hist Soc 78 : 639-641 (jointly with Bhardwaja et al)
10 SEM studies of Rajasthan species of genus Isoetes L 1984 Progress in Botanical
Research, Chandigarh 76-77 (jointly with Bhardwaja)
11 Three new species of Isoetes from Rajasthan, India 1984 J Bombay nat Hist Soc 81
: 165-168 Jointly with Bhardwaja)
12 Phytochemical investigations of the Rajasthan species of Isoetes L 1984 J Indian
bot Soc 63 (Supplement) : 33 (jointly with Malik & Padala)
13 Ecological and phytogeographical studies of pteridophytic flora of Rajasthan 1984
J Indian bot Soc 63 (Supplement) : 33 (jointly with Bhardwaja & Yadav)
14 Recent pteridological researches in Rajasthan A Review-1960-1984 1984 National
Seminar on Bot Researches in India (Rajasthan) 39 (jointly with Bhardwaja)
15 Bio-energy potential of Rajasthan flora with special reference to Ajmer region
1985 National Seminar on Bio-energy Education, Ajmer (jointly with Bhardwaja
& Yadav)
16 Epidermal features of Rajasthan species of genus Isoetes L 1985 J Indian bot Soc
64 (Supplement) 39 (jointly with Bhardwaja & Sen)
17 Pteridophytic flora of Mainal, Rajasthan, India 1985 J Indian bot Soc 64
(Supplement) 38 (jointly with Bhardwaj & Sen)
18 Reproductive biology with special reference to biological status and speciation in
some pteridophytic taxa of north-western India 1985 National seminar on
Reproductive Biology of plants including endangered species, Meerut 57 (jointly
with Bhardwaja)
19 Tracheary tissue morphology and habitat variations in genus Marsilea 1985
Symposium on Advances in Bryology and Pteridology, Hyderabad (jointly with
Bhardwaja)
20 Observations on cytological status of Rajasthan ferns 1986 Indian Sci Congress
Association, Delhi (jointly with Bhardwaja)
21 Distribution and ecology of Rajasthan species of Isoetes L 1986 National Symposium
on biology of Indian Pteridophytes 25 : (jointly with Bhardwaja & Sen)
22 A screening of pteridophytic flora of Rajasthan with special reference to
endangered ferns and fern allies 1986 National Symposium on Biology of Indian
Pteridophytes 35 (jointly with Bhardwaja & Varma)
23 SEM studies of sporoderm of Rajasthan species of Ophioglossum L 1986 73rd Indian
Science Congress Association, New Delhi! 73 (jointly with Yadav & Bhardwaja)
24 Tracheary morphology of Rajasthan species of Isoetes L 1986 J Indian bot Soc 65
(Supplement) : 37
25 Status survey of pteridophytic flora of Rajasthan with special reference to
endangered ferns and fern allies 1987 Indian Fern J 4 : 47-50 (jointly with
Bhardwaja & Verma)
26 Distribution and ecological studies of Rajasthan species of Isoetes L 1987 Indian
Fern J 4 : 51-54 (jointly with Bhardwaj & Sen)
27 Problems of eutrophication in lakes around Ajmer 1987 Scientia 29-30 : 17-20
(jointly with Sharma)
28 SEM studies of spores of Isoetes L of Rajasthan, India 1987 Phytomorphology 37
: 29-33 (jointly with Bhardwaj)
29 Cytotaxonomic studies of Rajasthan Isoetes L 1987: J Indian bot Soc 66 (Supplement)
30 Researches in Pteridophytes of Rajasthan A Review 1987 National Seminar on
advances in Botanical Researches in India during the last ten years, Bikaner 7
31 A census of weed flora of Ajmer district, Rajasthan, 1987 All India Seminar on
advances in Botanical Researches in India during the last ten years, Bikaner 40
(jointly with Sankla & Bhardwaja)
32 Status survey of pteridophytic flora of Rajasthan with special reference to
endangered ferns and fern allies 1987 In SS Bir (Ed) “Biology of Indian
Pteridophytes” 167-170 (jointly with Bhardwaja & Varma), Indian Fern Society,
Patiala
33 Distribution and ecological studies on Rajasthan species of Isoetes L 1987 In SS
Bir (Ed) “Biology of Indian Pteridophytes” 171-174 (jointly with Bhardwaj & Sen),
Indian Fern Society, Patiala
34 A note on vegetation of Rajasthan, 1988 Scientia 31: 19-26 (jointly with Sharma)
35 A survey of pteridophytic flora of Haroti plateau, Rajasthan, India 1988 Indian
Fern J 5: 58-62 (jointly with Sharma & Varma)
36 Athyrium gametophytes in nature 1988 Geobios New Reports 7: 175-177 (jointly with
Malik & Bhardwaja)
37 Survival strategies of Isoetes L in Rajasthan 1988 Second National Conference on
Pteridology, Lucknow 34 (jointly with Bhardwaja)
38 Heat and drought resistance in some Rajasthan ferns 1988 Second National
conference in Pteridology, Lucknow 35 (jointly with Bhardwaia1)
39 Effect of Dikegulac-sodium on spore germination on some ferns 1988 National
Seminar on Research Advances in Plant Growth regulator Research, Jodhpur 42
(jointly with Bhardwaj & Sharma)
40 Pteridophytic flora of Parasuram Hills, Rajasthan 1989 76th Indian Science
Congress Association, Madurai 88 (jointly with Bhardwaja)
41 SEM studies of two species of Selaginella Beauv of Rajasthan, India 1989
Phytomorphology 39 (jointly with Sharma & Bhardwaja)
42 SEM studies of five species of Ophioglossum L of Rajasthan, India 1989
Phytomorphology : 39 (jointly with Yadav & Bhardwaja)
43 A study of growth hormones on Ophioglossum sporophytes 1989 Adv Plant Sci 2(1)
: 130-133 (jointly with yadav & Bhardwaja)
44 Observations on Isoetes L in Rajasthan 1989: International Symposium on Present
and Future perspectives in Pteridology, Jaipur 123
45 Isoetitalia of Rajasthan, India 1989 International Symposium on Present and Future
Perspectives in Pteridology, Jaipur 125 (jointly with Bhardwaja)
46 Pteridological researches in Rajasthan 1989 International Symposium on Present and
Future Perspectives in Pteridology, Jaipur Souvenir 29-41 (jointly with Bhardwaja)
47 Observations on Isoetes 1989 National Symposium on Plant Science Research in
India: Present Status and Future Challenges, Patiala 12
48 Ecological investigations of Rajastan species of Isoetes L 1989 J Indian bot Soc
67 (Supplement): 46-47
49 New localities of Isoetes in Rajasthan 1990 XII Botanical Conference, Nagpur
50 Effect of light on spore germination in some ferns of Rajasthan 1990 National
Symposium on Environmental Influence on seed and germination mechanism- Recent
Advances in Research and Technology, Jodhpur 63-64 (jointly with Joshi)
51 An enumeration of grasses and sedges of Ajmer district 1990 Geobios New Report 9
: (jointly with Sharma and Joshi)
52 Effect of hypertermia on photosynthetic pigmet stability in Rajasthan species of
Selaginella 1990 Indian Sci Congress Association, Cochin (jointly with Sharma &
Sharma)
53 Atmospheric pollen survey of Ajmer 1990 National Symposium on “Frontiers of
Botanical Research, Department of Botany, Punjab University, Chandigarh, 129-130
(jointly with Joshi)
54 Biogeographic dimensions of the northwest Indian Pteridophytes 1990 Progress in
Pteridology, Michigan Ann Arbor, USA 23-27 (jointly with Bhardwaja)
55 Effect of light qualities on spore germination in some fern species 1991 Proc
Intern Seed Symposium, Jodhpur, India (Eds) DN Sen & S Mohammed 165-167
(jointly with Joshi)
56 Cytological studies of Rajastan species of Isoetes 1 1992 In : TN Bhardwaja & CB
Gena (Eds) Perspectives in Pteridology - Present and Future Today & Tomorrow s
Printers & Publishers, New Delhi 495-499 (jointly with Bhardwaja)
57 Effect of carbohydrate nutrition on isolated rhizome apical segments of Marsilea
L 1992 In : TN Bhardwaja & CB Gena (Eds) Perspectives in Pteridology- Present
and Future Today and Tomorrow’s, Printers & Publishers, New Delhi 393-399
(jointly with Bhardwaja)
58 Scope and relevance of environmental education 1992 Natl seminar on “Communication
strategy for environmental awareness for a common man” sponsored by Dept of Envt
Govt of Rajastan, Jaipur at Kota Open University Kota (jointly with Manoj
Kumar & Daya Ram)
59 Extension strategy for environmental awareness 1992 Natl seminar on “Communication
strategy for environmental awareness for a common man” sponsored by Dept of Envt
Govt of Rajastan, Jaipur at Kota Open University Kota (jointly with Manoj Kumar
& Daya Ram)
60 Mass media and environmental awareness 1992 Natl seminar on communication strategy
for environmental awareness for a common man" sponsored by Dept of Envt Govt of
Rajastan, Jaipur at Kota Open University Kota (jointly with Manoj Kumar & Daya Ram)
61 Anatomical studies of Isoetes tuberculata 1993 16th Botanical Conference, Indian
Botanical Society held at RD Univ, Jabalpur
62 A comparative study of vascular tissues of some Marsilea species I Xylem 1993
Indian Fern J 10: 92-97 (jointly with Bhardwaja & D’Souza)
63 A comparative study of vascular tissues of some Marsilea species II Phloem 1993
Indian Fern J 10: 86-91 (jointly with Bhardwaja & D’Souza)
64 A new species of Marsilea L from India 1994 Indian Fern J 11: 49-52 (jointly with
Bhardwaja & D’Souza)
65 Allelopathic effects of Parthenium hysterophorus Linn, on spore germination in
Christella dentata (Forsk) Holttum 1994 81st session of ISCA held at Jaipur
66 Phenology of Rajastan taxa of Isoetes L 1995 National symposium on “Researches in
Pteridology held at Jodhpur 77
67 Pteridophytic flora of Udaipur division 1995 National symposium on “Researches in
Pteridology” held at Jodhpur 34 (jointly with Gena, PL et al)
68 Epidermal and stomatal morphology of some Marsilea species 1995 National symposium
on “Researches in Pteridology” held at Jodhpur 75 (jointly with D’Souza &
Bhardwaja)
69 Vivipary in the Genus Isoetes L from Rajasthan 1995 National symposium
on “Researches in Pteridology” held at Jodhpur (jointly with Bhardwaj)
70 Pollen calender of Ajmer 1998 National symposium on “Bronchial Asthma Update” held
at JLN Medical College, Ajmer (jointly with Joshi)
71 Systematics and taxonomy of pteridophytes of Rajasthan 1998 Indian Fern J 15
: 139-148
72 Epidermal and Stomatal morphology of some Marsilea species 1999 Indian fern J 16
: 134-137
73 Rediscovery of Cordia crenata from Ajmer-2001 Geobios New Records 21: 141-142
74 Pteridological researches in Rajasthan, 2002 Advances in Pteridology PC Trivedi
(Ed) 154-172


D ACADEMIC AWARDS:
i Recepient of Prof SS Bir Medal for outstanding research contribution in the field
of pteridology by the Indian Fern Society, Patiala (1991)
ii Fellow- Indian Botanical Society, Meerut (1994)
iii Fellow- Indian Fern Society, Patiala (1996)

E MAJOR RESEARCH CONTRIBUTIONS:
i First record of Isoetes from Rajasthan
ii Report of a new species of Selaginella from India
iii Report of Parthenium from Rajasthan
iv Report of three new species of Isoetes from Rajasthan
v Report of many endangered and threatened taxa of Rajasthan
vi Report of a new species of Marsilea from India
vii Report of a new species of Marsilea from Rajasthan
viii Report of several new tree taxa from Ajmer


F MEMBERSHIP OF ACADEMIC BODIES:
i Founder member, The India Fern Society, Patiala
ii Life member, The Indian Botanical Society, Bhagalpur
iii Member, The Society of Bionaturalists, Bhopal
iv Member, The Indian Science Congress Association, Calcutta
v Member, Geobios International, Jodhpur
vi Member, Geobios New Reports, Jodhpur
vii Member, Academic Council, Shri Rawatpura International University, Chhattisgarh
viii Member Editorial Board Indian fern Journal, Patiala
ix Member, Board of Studies in Botany, MDS University, Ajmer
x Member, Academic Council, MDS University, Ajmer


G PARTICIPATION IN SEMINARS, SYMPOSIA AND CONFERENCES:
i Seventh All India Botanical Conference held at University of Rajasthan, Jaipur 1984
ii National Seminar on "Botanical Researches in India (Rajasthan)" held at University
of Rajasthan, Jaipur, 1984
iii National Symposium on "Biology of Indian Pteridophytes" held at Punjabi
University, Patiala, 1986
iv National Seminar on "Bio-Energy Education" held at Regional College of Education,
Ajmer 1986
v Nineth All India Botanical Conference held at Madras University, Madras, 1986
vi National Seminar on "Role of Herbaria in Scientific Research and Development,"
Univ of Rajasthan, Jaipur, 1988
vii Second National Conference on Pteridology, held at National Botanical Research
Institute, Lucknow, 1988
viii International Symposium on "Present and Future Perspectives in Pteridology" held
at University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, 1989
ix International Symposium on "Environmental Influences on Seed and Germination
Mechanism -Recent Advances in Research and technology", University of Jodhpur,
Jodhpur, 1990
x National Symposium on "Frontiers of Botanical Research", held at Punjab
University, Chandigarh, 1990
xi National Symposium on "Current Trends in Pteridology" held at St Xavier s College,
Palayamkottai, Tamilnadu, 1991
xii National Symposium on "Research in Pteridology", held at Jodhpur, 1995
xiii National Symposium on "Bronchial Asthma Update" held at JLN Medical College,
Ajmer, 1998

H BOOKS AUTHORED:
i "Present and Future Perspectives in Pteridology" (Two volumes), M/s Today
& Tomorrows Printing & Publishers, New Delhi
ii Text book of Botany - 8 volumes
iii Practical Botany - 3 volumes
iv Textbook of Microbiology
v Textbook of Environmental Studies

I ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE:
i Convener an All India UGC sponsored seminar on "Information services for college
librarians" held at Government College, Shahpura, Rajasthan in 1981
ii Co-Convener, International Symposium on "Present and Future Perspectives in
Pteridology" held at the University of Rajasthan, Jaipur in 1989
iii Administrative-Secretary to Vice-Chancellor, Kota Open University, Kota (181991 to
3171992)

J ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE:
i Administrative-Secretary to Vice-Chancellor, Kota Open University, Kota (01081991
to 31071992)
ii Head, Department of Botany, Government College, Ajmer (26021997 to 17042001)
iii Drawing & Disbursing Officer, Government College, Ajmer (18042001 to 12102002)
iv Vice Principal, Academic, Government College, Ajmer (12102002 to 31072003)
v Principal, Government College, Nasirabad (010803 to 150705)
vi Principal, Government College, Ajmer (16072005 to 070806)

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University of Bikaner - Contact Detail

University of Bikaner,
Bikaner, Rajasthan
Phone - 91-151-2200414, 2525464, 2522495
Fax - 91-151-2200414, 2522495
Email - info@bikaneruniversity.in
Website - http://www.bikaneruniversity.in

Vice Chancellor
Dr. C.B. Gena
Phone - 91-151-2200414 (O), 2200181(R)
Mobile - 9414281357
Email - cbgena_bu@yahoo.co.in

Registrar
Sh. Shyam Sunder Rankawat
Mobile - 9414283913

Controller
Mr. K.S. Bika
Phone No: 91-151-2542220(O), 2231434(R),
9414143520(M)

Controller of Examination
Mr. Bajrang Lal
Phone - 91-151-2525464

Deputy Registrar
Mr. J.S. Khichar
Phone - 91-151-2234095(O), 2230220(R),
9414431045(M)

Assistant Registrar
Dr. Giriraj Harsh
Phone No - 91-151-2544466

Assistant Registrar
Dr. Pratap Saran
Phone - 91-151-2544466

Officer-in-charge secrecy
Dr Bajrang Singh Rathore(on deputation)
Phone - 91-151-2522495(O), 2232593(R),
Mobile - 9414275750(M)

Colleges affiliated with this University

Total number of colleges affiliated with this University = 170
1 Abhilasha College, Sandwa
2 Adarsh Gramin College, Tibbi
3 Adarsh Mahila Mahavidhyalya, Taranagar
4 Adesh College, Sri Kolayat
5 Baba Mast Nath Institute of Education Training and Research, Nathwali
6 Baby Happy TEACHER TRAINING College, Hanumangarh Junction
7 Bal Vikas Adarsh Mahavidyalaya, Nohar
8 Basic College, Bikaner
9 Bhadra Century College, Bhadra
10 Bhagwati Girls College, Lalgarh Jattan
11 Bharti TEACHER TRAINING College, Nathwala
12 Binani Kanya Mahavidyalya, Bikaner
13 BJS Rampuria Jain Law College, Bikaner
14 BR Choudhary College, Goluwala
15 BR Choudhary Girls College, Goluwala
16 CH B Ed College, Rajgarh
17 Ch Motaram Meel Memorial Girls College, Sri Ganganagar
18 Chaudhary Law College, Sadulpur
19 Choudhary BRG Government Girls College, Sri Ganganagar
20 Choudhary KR Kanya College, Gharsana
21 Choudhary Manfoola Ram Kanya College, Gharsana
22 Churu Balika Mahavidyalaya, Churu
23 Dada Pamma Ram Post Graduate Kanya Mahavidyalaya, Sri Karanpur
24 Damani College, Bikaner
25 DAV Girls College, Goluwala
26 Doon Girls College, Hanumangarh Junction
27 Dr BR Ambedkar Govt College, Sri Ganganagar
28 Dr Radhakrishnan Girls College, Sri Ganganagar
29 Dr Rajendra Prasad Shah Shiksha College, Rawatsar
30 Dungar College, Bikaner
31 Gargi Kanya Mahavidyalaya, Nohar
32 GHS Government College, Sujangarh
33 Government College, Taranagar
34 Government College, Suratgarh
35 Government College, Ratangarh
36 Government Girls College, Sadul Shahar
37 Government Law College, Sri Ganganagar
38 Government Law College, Churu
39 Government Law College, Bikaner
40 Government Lohia College, Churu
41 Govt Engineering College (ECB), Bikaner
42 Gramotthan Vidyapeeth TEACHER TRAINING College, Sangaria
43 GS GD Kanya Mahavidyalaya, Padampur
44 GSGD Girls Shikshan Prashikshan College, Padampur
45 Guru Govind Singh Khalsa Girls College, Sri Karanpur
46 Guru Hargobind Sahib College, Padampur
47 Gurukul Institute of POST GRADUATE Studies and Research, Suratgarh
48 GV Home Science College, Sangaria
49 Gyan Jyoti College, Sri Karanpur
50 Gyan Jyoti Girls College, Pilibanga
51 Gyan Vidhi Mahavidyalaya, Bikaner
52 HKM POST GRADUATE College, Gharsana
53 IASE, Bikaner
54 Ideal Shiksha Sansthan, Churu
55 Indian College, Rawatsar
56 Indian Institute of Management and Technolgy Girls College, Hanumangarh Junction
57 Indra Priyadarshini Teacher Training College, Rawatsar
58 Jagdamba College, Khajuwala
59 Jain Adarsh B Ed College, Nokha
60 Jasveer Memorial College, Sandwa
61 JB Degree College, Rawalmandi
62 Kalpana Chawala Kanya Mahavidhyalya, Sandwa
63 Karuna Mahila TEACHER TRAINING College, Hanumangarh Junction
64 Kaswan Kanya College, Tibbi
65 Keen College, Bikaner
66 Kerala Agricultural University, Regional Agricultural Research Station, Ambalavayal
67 Khalsa Girls College, Sadul Shahar
68 Lehri TEACHER TRAINING College, Sadulpur
69 Lords International College, Rajgarh
70 Maharaja Agarsen College, Bhadra
71 Maharaja Ganga Singh College, Kesharisinghpur
72 Maharshi Dayanand College, Sri Ganganagar
73 Mahila PG Mahavidyalaya, Sadul Shahar
74 Malaram TEACHER TRAINING College, Sankhantal Village
75 Mata Jeetoji Girls College, Suratgarh
76 MD College, Nohar
77 MD Law PG College, Sri Ganganagar
78 MD Post Graduate Girls College, Raisinghnagar
79 Meera Girls College, Mirzawala
80 Meera Kanya POST GRADUATE Mahavidyalaya, Sangaria
81 MG Memorial College, Jetsar
82 MJ Kumeria College, Rawalmandi
83 MLB Government College, Nokha
84 MMD Bedi Girls College, Anupgarh
85 MN Institute of Applied Science, Bikaner
86 Mohta College, Rajgarh
87 MRS Srikrishan Parnam Kanya Mahavidyalaya, Bhadra
88 MS College for Women, Bikaner
89 Murti Devi Memorial B Ed College, Sadul Shahar
90 National Kanya Mahavidyalaya (For Part II and III Only), Gharsana
91 NDB Government College, Hanumangarh Junction
92 NM Law College, Hanumangarh Junction
93 NM Post Graduate College, Hanumangarh Junction
94 Nohar Degree College, Nohar
95 NSP Post Graduate College, Bikaner
96 Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay TEACHER TRAINING College, Bikaner
97 Paramanand Degree College, Gajsinghpur Village
98 PARMANAND B ED COLLEGE, Gajsinghpur Village
99 Parmanand Trilokchand TEACHER TRAINING College, Sujangarh
100 Rajasthan College, Sandwa
101 Rajasthan College, Rawatsar
102 Rohit Girls College, Nohar
103 Saint Soldier Girls College, Sri Ganganagar
104 Sant Shri Prannath Parnami B Ed College, Padampur
105 Saraswati Girls College, Chunawad
106 Saraswati Girls College, Beenjh Bayla
107 Saraswati Girls College, Hanumangarh Junction
108 Saraswati Shikshak Prashikshan Mahavidhyalay, Sardarshahar
109 Saraswati Shikshan Sadan Mahavidyalaya, Sri Ganganagar
110 Saraswati Shikshan Sadan Women Teacher Training College, Sri Ganganagar
111 Saraswati Vidya Niketan Girls College, Rawatsar
112 SARDAR VALLABH BHAI PATEL B ED COLLEGE, Hanumangarh Junction
113 Sarswati Vidhya Mandir, Lambor Bari
114 SBD Government College, Sardarshahr
115 SBS College, Raisinghnagar
116 SD College, Khajuwala
117 SDS Girls College, Sujangarh
118 Seth Dharm Chand Institute of Teachers Training, Raisinghnagar
119 Seth GL Bihani SD Law College, Sri Ganganagar
120 Seth Rawat Mal Bothra Girls College, Bikaner
121 SGN Kanya College, Gajsinghpur Village
122 SGN Khalsa College, Anupgarh
123 SGN Khalsa Girls College, Kesharisinghpur
124 SGN Khalsa Law PG College, Sri Ganganagar
125 Sh Nehru Girls College, Taranagar
126 Sh Shyam Shikshak Prashikshan Mahavidyalaya, Bhadra
127 Shah Satnam Ji Girls College, Suratgarh
128 Shakuntalam college, Raisinghnagar
129 Sharda College of Arts and Science, Anupgarh
130 Shri Dungargarh Mahavidyalaya, Sri Dungargarh
131 Shri Dwarka Physical TEACHER TRAINING College, Bikaner
132 Shri Ganganagar Shikshan Prashikshan College, Sri Ganganagar
133 Shri Guru Nanak Khalsa College, Hanumangarh Junction
134 Shri Jain Adarsh Kanya College, Nokha
135 Shri Jain Girls College, Bikaner
136 Shri Jain Post Graduate College, Bikaner
137 Shri Nehru TEACHER TRAINING College, Taranagar
138 Shri Shiv Co-Education TEACHER TRAINING College, Gharsana
139 SHRI SR B ED COLLEGE, Anupgarh
140 Shri SR College, Loonkaransar
141 Shri Swami Vivekanand Co-Education College, Rawalmandi
142 Shri Trimurti Degree College, Gharsana
143 Shri Vinayak College, Sri Vijaynagar
144 Shripati Kanya Mahavidhyalya, Pilibanga
145 Shubhash Chandra Bose, Sandwa
146 SJA (Tola) Smriti Mahavidyalaya, Rajgarh
147 SK College, Gharsana
148 SKS Chandi College, Khajuwala
149 Smt KDGD Mittal Kanya Mahavidyalaya, Sardarshahr
150 Smt Kesri Devi Lohia Government Girls College, Ratangarh
151 Smt Parmeshwari Devi Mahila College, Bidasar
152 Sri Atam Vallabh Jain Girls College, Sri Ganganagar
153 Sri Guru Nanak Girls College, Sri Ganganagar
154 Sri Sant Prannath POST GRADUATE College, Padampur
155 Sri Sarswati College, Rawalmandi
156 SSC Balaram Arya Girls College, Chandgothi
157 Subhash Chandra Boss Mahavidyalya, Sadul Shahar
158 Suratgarh POST GRADUATE College, Suratgarh
159 Suratgarh TEACHER TRAINING College, Suratgarh
160 Surendra Institute of Advance Studies, Sri Ganganagar
161 Surendra Kaur Memorial TEACHER TRAINING College, Padampur
162 Swami Keshwanand GV College, Sangaria
163 Swami Keshwanand Vidhi Mahavidyalaya, Sangaria
164 Tagore POST GRADUATE College, Suratgarh
165 TM College of Bio Science, Bikaner
166 University Law College, Bikaner
167 Vedic Kanya Mahavidyalaya, Rawatsar
168 Vivekanand College, Bhadra
169 Vivekanand Vidhya Ashram TEACHER TRAINING College, Sujangarh
170 Vyapar Mandal Girls College, Hanumangarh Junction


Some other Colleges in Rajasthan
Shri Agarsen Women TEACHER TRAINING College, Hindaun City
STATION ROAD
Hindaun City (District Karauli)
Rajasthan
Rajasthan Shiksha Mahavidyalaya, Jaipur
Pandit Ramji Lal Shashtri Marg, Sita Ram Bazar,Brampuri
Jaipur (District Jaipur)
Rajasthan
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