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JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University, Udaipur, Rajasthan
Address:Pratap Nagar, Airport Road
Udaipur
Rajasthan, India
Pin Code : 313001


JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University, Udaipur Rajasthan is a University recognised by UGC. Status: Deemed University.

JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University, Udaipur Rajasthan is also known as Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth.

JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University, Udaipur Rajasthan was established on / in 12.01.1987.


JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University, Udaipur Rajasthan is situated in Udaipur of Rajasthan state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Contact Person(s) of the JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University, Udaipur Rajasthan is (are): Dr Mrs Devendra Johar, Director.

Residence Phone No(s) of concerned peron(s) of JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University, Udaipur Rajasthan is (are) : 0294-2417613, 2412732.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University, Udaipur Rajasthan are 093525-00592.

Website of JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University, Udaipur Rajasthan is http://www.rvduniversity.com/, www.jrnrvu.org.

Additional Information about JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University, Udaipur Rajasthan is : About Universit
With the awakening of national consciousness in the early years of the last century, a few notable efforts were made in British India to improve the system of education prevalent in India during that time. Gujarat Vidyapeeth, started by Mahatma Gandhi, aimed at preparing youth to serve and uplift the rural masses; Shantiniketan tried to bring the cultures of the East and West into Universal harmony; Jamia Milia tried to educate the Muslims in keeping with the needs of the main Stream of National life; and the Gurukul Kangdi aimed at preserving the cultural heritage of the nation keeping with the requirements of the modern age. Inspired by the same spirit, Pandit Janardan Rai Nagar established the Rajasthan Vidyapeeth in 1937 to uplift the down-trodden common man in the feudal state of Mewar. Started as a night Study Centre for the Elementary, secondary and Advanced Courses in our national language Hindi, Rajasthan Vidyapeeth has grown into a large complex of more than 50 institutions spread over several districts of Rajasthan.

Historically, Rajasthan has been a paradise for knowledge seekers, as it has a rich and Royal cultural heritage in the form of manuscripts, historic documents, icons, epigraphs and monuments. Late Manishi Pandit Janardan Rai Nagars initiative and vision led him to start the Prachin Sahitya Shodh Sansthan in 1941 to preserve, edit, translate and publish old manuscripts. Probably, it was a unique Institute of its kind in Rajasthan, which was established for the conservation of cultural heritage.

After the historic event of the unification of Rajasthan, Hindi Vidyapeeth added new dimensions to its basic objectives. It became a leading Non-Government Organisation during the course of its journey and the founder Pandit Janardan Rai Nagar renamed it as Rajasthan Vidyapeeth.

With the awakening of national consciousness in the early years of the last century, a few notable efforts were made in British India to improve the system of education prevalent in India during that time. Gujarat Vidyapeeth, started by Mahatma Gandhi, aimed at preparing youth to serve and uplift the rural masses; Shantiniketan tried to bring the cultures of the East and West into Universal harmony; Jamia Milia tried to educate the Muslims in keeping with the needs of the main Stream of National life; and the Gurukul Kangdi aimed at preserving the cultural heritage of the nation keeping with the requirements of the modern age. Inspired by the same spirit, Pandit Janardan Rai Nagar established the Rajasthan Vidyapeeth in 1937 to uplift the down-trodden common man in the feudal state of Mewar. Started as a night Study Centre for the Elementary, secondary and Advanced Courses in our national language Hindi, Rajasthan Vidyapeeth has grown into a large complex of more than 50 institutions spread over several districts of Rajasthan.

Historically, Rajasthan has been a paradise for knowledge seekers, as it has a rich and Royal cultural heritage in the form of manuscripts, historic documents, icons, epigraphs and monuments. Late Manishi Pandit Janardan Rai Nagars initiative and vision led him to start the Prachin Sahitya Shodh Sansthan in 1941 to preserve, edit, translate and publish old manuscripts. Probably, it was a unique Institute of its kind in Rajasthan, which was established for the conservation of cultural heritage.

After the historic event of the unification of Rajasthan, Hindi Vidyapeeth added new dimensions to its basic objectives. It became a leading Non-Government Organisation during the course of its journey and the founder Pandit Janardan Rai Nagar renamed it as Rajasthan Vidyapeeth.

Early sixties proved to be the landmark in the history of Rajasthan Vidyapeeth when it decided to meet the challenges, which started springing up after independence. The first Prime Minister had deep faith in democracy and he decided to spread the message of sharing responsibilities at the grass-root level. As a result the Panchayati Raj institutions came into existence. Rajasthan Vidyapeeth also decided to join hands with the GOI to share this responsibility and established Community Centres Department and Janata College during the Second Five-Year plan. The objective was to provide benefits to the people of remote villages. It was the beginning of the full-fledged Institute of Adult and Continuing Education. During this period, Vidyapeeth started the new unit, which is called JANPAD, with the objective of propagating the knowledge of day-to-day local and national affairs for the urban society through black-board / broadcast service mass communication being the aim.With the dawn of independence, there was a dire need to provide opportunities for higher education to the underprivileged section of the society, specially in the Tribal belt. The Evening College (Shramjeevi College) was the outcome of this idea. The basic objective of establishing the Evening (Shramjeevi) College was to admit the students who worked during day-hours and wanted to educate themselves for better job opportunities. During this period Rajasthan was also emerging as a potential state of Union Government of the India. Availability of trained professionals for industry / business was the urgent need of the time.

Keeping this in view, Vidyapeeth initiated a Postgraduate course in the discipline of Social Work(MSW). Today, a large number of its alumni are working in various positions in Personnel and Management field throughout the country and abroad.
A number of other institutes like Higher Secondary School, Secondary School, Post-basic School and the Centre for Fine Arts were also started by Vidyapeeth to provide education to all the sections of the society. The College of Teachers Training was another major event on the path of progress of Vidyapeeth during the seventies.

A special features of Rajasthan Vidyapeeth administration is what we call the Janatantriaya Shilanyas (Democratic Foundation), i.e. its democratic way of life and work. Vidyapeeth is organized and run entirely by its workers and its basic philosophy is to provide opportunity of participation to each worker in the decision making process through various constituent bodies. The entire administration is divided into three-spheres or streams-social, educational and general management administration. Each of these spheres has its own elected or nominated leader and body for the management of its affairs.

The prestige enjoyed by it during all these years is reflected in the fact that eminent personalities like Late Shri Bhopal Singh, Maharana of Mewar, Dr. Karan Singh of Kashmir, Shriyut Srimannarian, Mahapandit Shri Rahul Sankrityanan, etc. have graced the chair of Chancellor of Rajasthan Vidyapeeth. The eminent persons, who visited Vidyapeeth, include Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru, Jai Prakash Narain, Vinoba Bhave, Mrs. Indira Gandhi, Dr.Rajendra Prasad and Dr.Radha Krishnan. Col. Tod completed his historic book Annals and Antiquities of Rajputana during his stay in the campus of this institution.

The year 1987 was the landmark in the history of Vidyapeeth when the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India and the University Grants Commission granted it the status of a Deemed-to-be-University. Since then, a number of different types of courses, including professional ones, for the benefit of the society, have been launched. Its guiding objectives have invariably been to provide research based qualitative education to community through preservation and conservation of our socio-cultural values.

The institution is not only spreading its wings of education in the country itself but has also entered into the area of international studies through academic exchange of its students and faculty members to Slippery Rock University a prestigious University of USA. This is a step forward to the academic excellence and towards providing opportunity to the students and teachers of Rajasthan Vidyapeeth..

Chancellor : Bhawani Shankar.
Vice Chancellor : Prof Lokesh Bhatt.

Registrar : Dr. Vijay Singh Panwar.


Contact Details of JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University, Udaipur Rajasthan are : Telephone: +91-294-2494365, 5130888


Courses

Faculty of Management Studies
- Master of Business Administration [ MBA ]
- Bachelor of Business Management [ BBM ]
- Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management

Department of Computer Science & Information Technology
- Bachelor of Computer Application [ BCA ]
- Master of Computer Application [ MCA ]
- Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application [ PGDCA ]
- M.Sc. in Computer Science
- M.Phil. in Computer Science

Lokmanya Tilak College of Teacher Education
- Bachelor of Education
- Bachelor of Education (Child Development)
- Master of Education
- Post Graduate Diploma in Guidance and Counselling
- Ph.D.
- Post Graduate Diploma in Yoga Education
- Certificate Course in Yoga Education
- Diploma in Educational Management
- BTC

Manikya Lal Verma Shramjeevi Colllege
Faculty of The Social Sciences & Humanities
- Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
( History, Economics, Geography, Sociology, Political science, English, Hindi, Sanskrit as an optional Subject )

- Master of Arts (M.A.)
( History, Economics, Geography, Sociology, Political science, English, Hindi, Sanskrit as an optional Subject )
- Certificate of Proficiency Course In English

Faculty of Commerce
- Bachelor of Commerce ( B.Com. )
(Accounting, Business Ad, Banking & Finance as an optional subject)

- Master of Commerce ( M.Com. )
(Accounting, Business Ad, Banking & Finance as an optional subject)

- P.G. Diploma Courses

Institute of Rajasthan Studies ( Sahitya Sansthan )
- Diploma in Indian Archaeology (One Year)
- Certification in French Language (Six Months)
- Certification in German Language (Six Months)
- Diploma in Bhartiya Jyotish (One Year)
- M.A. In Indian Archaeology (Two Year)

Udaipur School of Social Work
- Master of Social Work
- Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management

Department of Homoeopathic Medicine and Surgery
- Bachelor of Homoeopathic Medicine & Surgery

College of Physiotherapy
- Bachelor of Physiotherapy


JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University, Udaipur Rajasthan runs course(s) in Engineering, Computer stream(s).

Profile of JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University


General Instructions
The rules and regulation in force at the time a student joins a course shall hold good only for the examination held during or at the end of academic session. Nothing in these ordinances shall be deemed to debar the University from amending the ordinances subsequently and the amended ordinances i.e. if any shall apply to all the students whether old or new.

Registration / Enrollment
Candidates shall abide by the Rules & Regulations in force and those that may be issued by the University from time to time. False declaration of Age, Qualification etc., by the candidate will disqualify his/her admission to the University. Candidates who have not completed their qualifying exams, or who have appeared in the final exams and awaiting results can also enroll for the University Programme. However, the result should be submitted to the University before the first semester exam.
Incomplete admission form in any respect and without requisite fee will be summarily rejected.
Candidates seeking admission should pay the Programme/Tuition, Registration and Examination fees in full at the Study Centre of the University. Please enclose, a set of attested photocopies of marks cards, Certificates, date of birth certificate and other documents with the application form duly filled-in and submit the same on or before the due/last date as mentioned in the advertisement at the Study Centre of the University. The University does not take the responsibility for postal delays or loss of any document or letter in transit. Candidates have to submit attested photocopy of all the documents relevant to education qualification (Xth onwards) and the date of birth proof duly attested by Gazetted Officer / Principal of School or college. The attested photocopy should be verified with original and signed & stamped by Centre Head of the Study Centre of the University.
The University reserves the right to change the course curriculum whenever it will be felt that the change/ modification could best serve the interest of students and the potential employers from time to time.

In case of change of address, the RSD, Mumbai should be informed at least four weeks in advance to avoid any misplacement of the study material and any other correspondence.
The information given is an indication of the University s plans as on date of publication of this document. Details can be modified from time to time for academic and operational reasons. The students will be governed by latest regulations applicable to them during academic year.
In the event of any inconsistency in the rules framed for admission or in the event of any clarification with respect to the above said rules /instructions, the matter shall be referred to the Vice Chancellor for interpretation and the interpretation given by the Vice Chancellor shall be final. The Vice Chancellor is also competent to remove any inconsistency and decide as to which provision shall take precedence over the other.

The University will not refund fees once paid to the eligible candidates under any circumstances. However, refund of fees is permissible only when an applicant is ineligible due to any reason. The fees paid by such candidate shall be refunded after deduction of 25% of the total amount paid by him/her with the approval of the Director of the University.

No application form for admission received after the last date specified for the purpose will be entertained. However, in case the last date for receipt of application is a holiday or that day is declared holiday by the University, the next working day will be considered as the last date for the purpose.
Money orders, IPO, or any other mode of payment directly to the University will not be accepted. The University will not be responsible for any loss through such mode of payments. All the fees should only be paid to Study Centres of the University.
Students are required to preserve carefully the fee paid receipt for all payments made to the University, as it is the only valid document accepted. They will have to produce this copy at the time of obtaining examination admission ticket, marks cards or relevant documents at the Study Centre. Identity Card bearing Permanent Enrollment number, will be issued to every student after the admission is finalized. In all correspondence with the University the student shall quote his/her Enrollment No., programme and name of the Study Centre where they have enrolled.
Medium of Instruction and Examination shall be English. For Registration and Examination purposes, for the entire course, migration certificates will not be required. Extension in the last date of submission of Registration form shall be decided only by the University.

In case a paper is dropped from the course of study as a result of any revision, the University would indicate a suitable paper in lieu thereto. If any student wants to obtain bonafide certificate from the University, they have to give request in writing along with photocopy of I-Card and Enrollment slip. The application should be forwarded through the Study Centre and Regional Service Division, Mumbai of the University.
All legal disputes, if any, shall come under the jurisdiction of Court in UDAIPUR, RAJASTHAN only.

Lateral Entry / Exemption
Students who have passed Diploma in any branch of Engineering from State/Central Govt. recognised Technical Board / Institution / University or Bsc. in any stream with subject as Mathematics shall be allowed direct admission in 2nd year i.e.(III semester) of B.Tech. Such candidate may also change their branch of study at B.Tech level.
12th Technical or I.T.I or M.C.V.C or N.C.V.T or Certificate course from RVD, Udaipur or equivalent can join any branch in the 2nd year (III semester) of Diploma irrespective of their trade.
Exemptions may be granted in paper(s) or semester(s) depending on the subject(s) cleared by the candidate by actually passing of the subject(s) and successfully completing the exam, which include those subjects from the recognized Institution / colleges / University. Exemptions if eligible are not to be taken for granted but must be asked for while submitting the Registration and Exam form along with the attested copies of relevant certificates, mark sheets and exemption fee. Exemptions granted will be shown only in the mark list of the examination sent to the candidates. No separate individual intimation will be given.
The students who are doing similar courses from a recognized University/ Board of Education/ Institution will be allowed to join the next semester for the same course but in this case the student shall be appearing for the paper which were not covered in the previous semester but the student has to study at least for two years in the University for the award of certificate.

Examination
Examination fees should be paid along with the registration form.
Only in case of resitting candidates, examination form will be filled.
There will be semester system of examination, i.e. examination for all the courses shall be held twice in a year i.e. in the months of June and December every year or on such dates as may be fixed by the University.
Each candidate shall be examined according to the scheme of examination and syllabus as approved by the University, the copy of the syllabus, student shall collect from the Study Centre or they can download the same from the University website at www.rvduniversity.com
The first year examination shall be open to a candidate who Satisfies the following requirements
a. Has passed the qualifying examinations (as mentioned under the eligibility criterion) of a statutory Board/University
b. Has been on the rolls of the Study Centre through out the semester preceding the examinations.
c. Has attended a minimum of 75% lectures delivered to the class in each paper for which the candidate wish es to appear.
Each paper shall consist of 100 marks for theory paper. For the subjects which are practical oriented extra practical examination will be conducted for 100 marks for the same paper
Evaluation system shall have Internal Assesment as well as Final Examination as given below: Internal assessment ( Continuous Evaluation) : 25 marks

* The term end Examination schedule of examination center shall be informed through the admit card and also through the website: www.rvduniversity.com the examination center will be different from learning center & eligible students will be given admit cards to appear the examination.

Program Evaluation
The System of Evaluation for Distance Education Students is as per rules of DEC, New Delhi. University has three-tier system of Evaluation Self Learning Material with in each unit of the SLMs
Continuous evaluation, mainly through Assignment Tutor Marked (TMAs) or Computer Marked (CMAs) for theory as well as practical of each course and Seminar/ Project/ Workshop / Training.
The Term End Examination for theory, practical & viva as per rules of the University

Marks Distribution and Minimum passing marks. A candidate shall be declared passed in the examination, if he/she secures at least 40% marks in internal assignment and external examination separately and 50% marks in the aggregate including practical and project.
Candidate are required to passing Theory as well as in Practical subjects separately. A candidate who secures above 50% marks and below 60% marks will be awarded grade C and above 60% and below 75% marks grade B and above 75% marks Grade A in the Final Semester/Year.
No grace marks shall be awarded individually in Assignment, Practical and Project. The grace marks will be awarded only on aggregate marks of the Theory papers upto 1% maximum of two Papers. No Grace marks will be awarded in due papers.
Theory Examination (Term End Examination)
Each Theory Exam of each course (paper) is of 75 marks and minimum passing percentage is 40% or 30% marks.

Practical Examination (Term End Examination)
Each Practical Exam of each year/semester is of 75 marks and minimum passing percentage is 40% or 30% marks.

The distribution of marks for Practical Examination is :

Written test based on Practical 25 marks
Actual Laboratory Practical 25 marks
Viva 25 marks

Examination for the concerned course within the duration of the course plus two years from the date of his/her admission to the Ist semester of the course, failing which he will be deemed to be unfit for the concerned course.

* If a student fail in a subject(s), he will be given only 2 more chance to clear the subject.

Results and Promotion
RESULTS
Eight weeks after the completion of the examination or as soon as possible thereafter, the University shall publish the result will be published on website www.rvduniversity.com and the mark cord will be sent to the respective Study Centre. Candidates who have successfully cleared all the papers shall be awarded a degree.
Successful candidates who obtain 60% or more of the aggregate marks of all the semester examination taken together shall be placed in the first division, those who obtain 50% marks or more but less than 60% in the second division. Successful candidates who obtain 70% or more marks in the aggregate shall be placed in the first division with distinction.
For any student failing in some paper, if they pass in re-sitting, fresh mark list showing the marks obtained in previous semester as will as present semester will be issued to them.

PROMOTION
Student shall be promoted to the next semester irrespective of number of papers failed but the student shall clear all the previous pending paper before enrolling for the final semester
The student can enroll for the next semester before the announcement of the result.
A candidate who fails or remains absent in one or more papers or complete semester will be eligible to reappear for both the examination i.e previous as well as present to be conducted by the University.

Transfer

Normally the change of Study Centre is not encouraged by the University but in some exceptional cases the change of Study Centre by the student may be entertained.
The candidates will not be allowed to change their Study Centre in the same city, but in exceptional cases student will have to take NOC from the Study Centre and the University.
Change of Study Centre in mid session is not allowed under any circumstances.
Under abnormal condition if the student wants to change the Study Centre outside the city of there present Study Centre then they have to first obtain the No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the existing Study Centre and has to submit the same along with the re-registration form to the center where they want to join but before doing so they have to first obtain the permission from the University.

Documents Needed
FOR NEW ENROLMENT :
Undertaking Form
Date of Birth Certificate.
10th Marksheet and passing certificate.
12th Marksheet and passing certificate.
Final semester/Year Marksheet of Qualifying Exam.
Provisional Passing Certificate of Qualifying Exam.

FOR PROVISIONAL/PASSING CERTIFICATE CONSOLIDATED MARKSHEET / MIGRATION :
Undertaking form
Date of Birth Certificate.
10th Marksheet and passing certificate.
12th Marksheet and passing certificate.
Final semester / Year Marksheet of Qualifying Exam.
Passing Certificate of Qualifying Exam.
All Semester Marksheet of RVD
Original Transer certificate of Qualifying Exam.

(T.C. Required for Migration Certificate only)

Fees Structure
Sr.No. Particulars Fees
1 Cost of Information Brochure Rs. 300 /-
2 Enrollment and Eligibility Form Rs. 200 /-
3 Registration / Re-registration Fees per semester
a) Certificate courses (per year): Rs. 4,000 /-
b) Diploma Engineering : Rs. 10,000 /-
c) B.Tech : Rs. 12,000 /-

4 Examination Form Fee Rs. 50 /-
5 Examination Fees per semester Rs. 1,000 /-
6 Development Fees per semester Rs. 100 /-
7 Fees for Re-sitting Examination
a) per paper Rs. 250 /-
b) All papers Rs. 1000 /-
c) Up to 3 Papers Rs. 750/-

8 Fees for issue of Duplicate I-Card Rs. 100 /-
9 Migration Certificate Fee Rs. 100 /-
10 Provisional Certificate Fee Rs. 100 /-
11 Degree Certificate Fee Rs. 200 /-
12 Duplicate Degree Certificate Fee Rs. 500 /-
13 Consolidated Mark Sheet Fee Rs. 200 /-
14 Duplicate Mark Sheet Fee Rs. 200 /-

Profile of JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University
About University
With the awakening of national consciousness in the early years of the last century, a few notable efforts were made in British India to improve the system of education prevalent in India during that time. Gujarat Vidyapeeth, started by Mahatma Gandhi, aimed at preparing youth to serve and uplift the rural masses; Shantiniketan tried to bring the cultures of the East and West into Universal harmony; Jamia Milia tried to educate the Muslims in keeping with the needs of the main Stream of National life; and the Gurukul Kangdi aimed at preserving the cultural heritage of the nation keeping with the requirements of the modern age. Inspired by the same spirit, Pandit Janardan Rai Nagar established the Rajasthan Vidyapeeth in 1937 to uplift the down-trodden common man in the feudal state of Mewar. Started as a night Study Centre for the Elementary, secondary and Advanced Courses in our national language Hindi, Rajasthan Vidyapeeth has grown into a large complex of more than 50 institutions spread over several districts of Rajasthan.

Historically, Rajasthan has been a paradise for knowledge seekers, as it has a rich and Royal cultural heritage in the form of manuscripts, historic documents, icons, epigraphs and monuments. Late Manishi Pandit Janardan Rai Nagar s initiative and vision led him to start the Prachin Sahitya Shodh Sansthan in 1941 to preserve, edit, translate and publish old manuscripts. Probably, it was a unique Institute of its kind in Rajasthan, which was established for the conservation of cultural heritage.

After the historic event of the unification of Rajasthan, Hindi Vidyapeeth added new dimensions to its basic objectives. It became a leading Non-Government Organisation during the course of its journey and the founder Pandit Janardan Rai Nagar renamed it as Rajasthan Vidyapeeth.
With the awakening of national consciousness in the early years of the last century, a few notable efforts were made in British India to improve the system of education prevalent in India during that time. Gujarat Vidyapeeth, started by Mahatma Gandhi, aimed at preparing youth to serve and uplift the rural masses; Shantiniketan tried to bring the cultures of the East and West into Universal harmony; Jamia Milia tried to educate the Muslims in keeping with the needs of the main Stream of National life; and the Gurukul Kangdi aimed at preserving the cultural heritage of the nation keeping with the requirements of the modern age. Inspired by the same spirit, Pandit Janardan Rai Nagar established the Rajasthan Vidyapeeth in 1937 to uplift the down-trodden common man in the feudal state of Mewar. Started as a night Study Centre for the Elementary, secondary and Advanced Courses in our national language Hindi, Rajasthan Vidyapeeth has grown into a large complex of more than 50 institutions spread over several districts of Rajasthan.

Historically, Rajasthan has been a paradise for knowledge seekers, as it has a rich and Royal cultural heritage in the form of manuscripts, historic documents, icons, epigraphs and monuments. Late Manishi Pandit Janardan Rai Nagar s initiative and vision led him to start the Prachin Sahitya Shodh Sansthan in 1941 to preserve, edit, translate and publish old manuscripts. Probably, it was a unique Institute of its kind in Rajasthan, which was established for the conservation of cultural heritage.

After the historic event of the unification of Rajasthan, Hindi Vidyapeeth added new dimensions to its basic objectives. It became a leading Non-Government Organisation during the course of its journey and the founder Pandit Janardan Rai Nagar renamed it as Rajasthan Vidyapeeth.

Early sixties proved to be the landmark in the history of Rajasthan Vidyapeeth when it decided to meet the challenges, which started springing up after independence. The first Prime Minister had deep faith in democracy and he decided to spread the message of sharing responsibilities at the grass-root level. As a result the Panchayati Raj institutions came into existence. Rajasthan Vidyapeeth also decided to join hands with the GOI to share this responsibility and established Community Centres Department and Janata College during the Second Five-Year plan. The objective was to provide benefits to the people of remote villages. It was the beginning of the full-fledged Institute of Adult & Continuing Education. During this period, Vidyapeeth started the new unit, which is called JANPAD, with the objective of propagating the knowledge of day-to-day local and national affairs for the urban society through black-board / broadcast service mass communication being the aim.With the dawn of independence, there was a dire need to provide opportunities for higher education to the underprivileged section of the society, specially in the Tribal belt. The Evening College (Shramjeevi College) was the outcome of this idea. The basic objective of establishing the Evening (Shramjeevi) College was to admit the students who worked during day-hours and wanted to educate themselves for better job opportunities. During this period Rajasthan was also emerging as a potential state of Union Government of the India. Availability of trained professionals for industry / business was the urgent need of the time.

Keeping this in view, Vidyapeeth initiated a Postgraduate course in the discipline of Social Work(MSW). Today, a large number of its alumni are working in various positions in Personnel and Management field throughout the country and abroad.
A number of other institutes like Higher Secondary School, Secondary School, Post-basic School and the Centre for Fine Arts were also started by Vidyapeeth to provide education to all the sections of the society. The College of Teachers Training was another major event on the path of progress of Vidyapeeth during the seventies.
A special features of Rajasthan Vidyapeeth administration is what we call the Janatantriaya Shilanyas (Democratic Foundation), i.e. its democratic way of life and work. Vidyapeeth is organized and run entirely by its workers and its basic philosophy is to provide opportunity of participation to each worker in the decision making process through various constituent bodies. The entire administration is divided into three-spheres or streams-social, educational and general management administration. Each of these spheres has its own elected or nominated leader and body for the management of its affairs.

The prestige enjoyed by it during all these years is reflected in the fact that eminent personalities like Late Shri Bhopal Singh, Maharana of Mewar, Dr. Karan Singh of Kashmir, Shriyut Srimannarian, Mahapandit Shri Rahul Sankrityanan, etc. have graced the chair of Chancellor of Rajasthan Vidyapeeth. The eminent persons, who visited Vidyapeeth, include Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru, Jai Prakash Narain, Vinoba Bhave, Mrs. Indira Gandhi, Dr.Rajendra Prasad and Dr.Radha Krishnan. Col. Tod completed his historic book Annals and Antiquities of Rajputana during his stay in the campus of this institution.

The year 1987 was the landmark in the history of Vidyapeeth when the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India and the University Grants Commission granted it the status of a Deemed-to-be-University. Since then, a number of different types of courses, including professional ones, for the benefit of the society, have been launched. Its guiding objectives have invariably been to provide research based qualitative education to community through preservation and conservation of our socio-cultural values.

The institution is not only spreading its wings of education in the country itself but has also entered into the area of international studies through academic exchange of its students and faculty members to Slippery Rock University a prestigious University of USA. This is a step forward to the academic excellence and towards providing opportunity to the students and teachers of Rajasthan Vidyapeeth.

History
Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University was founded by Late Pt. Janardan Rai in 1937. The Government of India granted it the status of Deemed-to-be-university in 1987. It became a leading non-government organization during the course of its journey. Founder Pandit Janardan Rai Nagar renamed it as Rajasthan Vidyapeeth.

Established in 1937, Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University (JRNRVU) at Udaipur is one of the premier distance learning centers in the state of Rajasthan. It has been approved by Distance Education Council, DEC, New Delhi. National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) has graded it with B++ grade. Recognized by the University Grant Commission (UGC), it got the status of a deemed university in 1987 because of its outstanding performance in education.

Educational Streams
The university offers Certificate/ Diploma/ Bachelors and Masters courses. Degree and Post Degree courses are semester based. The university spread its wings of education in the country steadily. It has entered into the area of international studies through academic exchange of its students and faculty with foreign universities. This is a step forward to the academic excellence and providing opportunity to the students and teachers of Rajasthan Vidyapeeth.

The university has three-tier system of evaluation and offers backlog facility so that every aspirant could complete his/her desire of higher education. Open University System (OUS) is available for the students of BA and B Com programs. Under this scheme, the students who wish to seek admission in these programs but do not have the formal educational qualification, can pass a preparatory course to get admission for the above degrees.

Students who do not complete the minimum qualifications in respect to Mathematics or Biology in 10+2 level or Graduation level can avail of Bridge Course System. Bridge Courses are offered in the form of Certificate Programs in Maths (CPM) for 6 months and Certificate Program in Biology (CPB) for 6 months. The university is the hub of extension / action oriented researches and is paving the way for other educational institutes and universities of the state.

Introduction
Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University, founded on August 21, 1937 by Late Pt. Janardan Rai, has over the years developed into an educational centre of excellence. The prestige enjoyed by it during all these 67 years is reflected in the fact that eminent personalities like Late Shri Bhopal Singh, Maharana of Mewar, Dr. Karan Singh of Kashmir, Late Shriyut Srimannarian, Late Shri Rahul Sankratayan, Late Shri Janardan Rai, etc. have graced the chair of Kulpati of Vidyapeeth.

The GOI/UGC granted it the status of 'Deemed-to-be-university' in 1987. Since then it has been spreading the fragrance of a number of courses, including professional ones, for the benefit of our society. It offers under-graduate, post-graduate and research courses in the areas of Humanities, Commerce, Social Sciences, Management, Social Work, Teachers' Education, Medicine, Computer Application and others besides being actively involved in Adult & Continuing Education, Community Work and Archaeological excavations. Its guiding objectives have invariably been to provide research based qualitative education through preservation of our rich socio-cultural values.

While maintaining its presence through its constituent units in the distant rural areas of this western part of the country, Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University (JRNRV) has always kept pace with the global developments. It has collaborated with the Slippery Rock University, USA and University of South Carolina, Columbia, USA for research, faculty and students exchange programme. What initially started as a little flame of hope or educating the citizens of India during the pre-independence era, has today emerged as a bright sun illuminating the students and scholars from different parts of the country and the world through wisdom and knowledge and shaping their future.

The infrastructural set up of JRNRVU includes sprawling campuses, well equipped buildings, latest teaching equipments, rich libraries computers, etc. It comprises constituent colleges. PG teaching departments and various other academic institutes including Teacher Education College, Research institute/Centre, Adult Education an, Community Centres, Professional Institutes. Certificate/Diploma Courses beside" several educational and development programmes. The university is the hub of extension / action oriented researches and is paving the way for other educational institutes and universities of the state.

In recognition of its excellent services in the field of education especially that for the economically poor, adult rural and the deprived �strata of society, JRNRVU has been honoured by some prestigious national awards Including Nehru Literacy Award, Lok Culture & ART Award, FICCI Award and National Child Development Award amongst others.

Philosophy of the Institution
Named after its Founder Vice-chancellor Manishi Pt. Janardan Rai Nagar, this temple of learning was lighted for life as an educational venture with the sole objective of imparting sound and purposeful education-physical, intellectual, social - on a sound footing of democratic, moral, ethical and spiritual values to boys and girls of all communities, irrespective of their castes and religions with a missionary zeal.

In 1937, our country was passing through the stage of freedom struggle, and during that stage our beloved founder Late Manishi PI. Janardan Rai Nagar thought to fulfill the basic need of country to provide elementary education. He started his journey with the. foundation stone towards basic education to the downtrodden and masses of the region. Keeping this view in mind as main objective, he promoted this aim with few night schools and such elementary schools were established particularly in Udaipur City and its rural fringe areas.

Thus Vidyapeeth took a lead to educate Adults of the region during the Pre-Independence period. Still Rajasthan Vidyapeeth is maintaining its institution of basic education with network of more than fifty institutions spreading all over Rajasthan particularly in areas of Southern Rajasthan.

- Udaipur city and its rural fringe area.
- Jhadol and its surrounding tribal area.
- Dbok area.

Vidyapeeth covers almost all aspects of Indian Education such as Primary, Middle Secondary Education, as well as Adult, Community Education. Besides this, the elementary education centres also organize Workshops, Training Programmes for Development of Cottage Industries, Social Awareness programmes etc. These institutions have come forward to maintain the sprit of its founder. Thus with our aim of educating the masses we have joined the path of total literacy of our nation.

After India became free in 1947, the dire need of the hour was to enlighten those who lived in remote areas and those, who owing to the discriminatory social set up, did not command equal respect from the society. As a result, programmes initiated in the beginning aimed at the revival of our cultural traditions by emphasizing our glorious past, strengthening of democratic system (through its Panchayat Centres) and educating the adults, and of course, the workers. To achieve this mission, the institution took up the task of the continuing education and that of imparting education to those who worked during the day time and, therefore, owing to the paucity of time were not able to enhance there education. Continuing Education Programmes, Night College, Alternative Education (That is education beyond the classroom) were some of the major initiatives taken to realize its goals and objectives. These unique and innovative ideas were not more than mere dreams in the contemporary times. The institute succeeded in executing these ideas and thereby producing ideal citizens for the country. Since then the institution has covered multifarious aspects of education

About Us
With the awakening of national consciousness in the early years of the last century, a few notable efforts were made in British India to improve the system of education prevalent in India during that time. Gujarat Vidyapeeth, started by Mahatma Gandhi, aimed at preparing youth to serve and uplift the rural masses; Shantiniketan tried to bring the cultures of the East and West into universal harmony; Jamia Millia tried to educate the Muslims in keeping with the needs of the main stream of national life; and the Gurukul Kangri aimed at preserving the cultural heritage of the nation keeping with the requirements of the modern age. Inspired by the same spirit Pandit Janardan Rai Nagar established 'Rajasthan Vidyapeeth' in 1937 to uplift the down-trodden common man in the feudal state of Mewar. Started as a Night Study Centre for the Elementary, Secondary and Advanced Courses in Hindi, our national language, Rajasthan Vidyapeeth has grown into a large complex of more than 50 institutions spread over several districts of Rajasthan.

Historically, Rajasthan has been a paradise for knowledge seekers, as it has a rich cultural heritage in the form of manuscripts, historic documents, icons, epigraphs and monuments. Late Manishi Pandit Janardan Rai Nagar's initiative and vision led him to start the Prachin Sahitya Shodh Sansthan in 1941 to preserve, edit, translate and publish old manuscripts. Probably, it was a unique Institute of its kind in Rajasthan, which was established for the conservation of cultural heritage.

After the historic event of the unification of Rajasthan, 'Hindi Vidyapeeth' added new dimensions to its basic objectives. It became a leading Non-Government Organization during the course of its journey and the founder Pandit Janardan Rai Nagar renamed it as Rajasthan Vidyapeeth.

Early sixties proved to be the landmark in the history of Rajasthan Vidyapeeth when it decided to meet the challenges, which started springing up after independence. The first Prime Minister of India had deep faith in democracy and he decided to spread the message of sharing responsibilities at the grass-root level. As a result the Panchayati Raj Institutions came into existence. Rajasthan Vidyapeeth also decided to join hands with the GOI to share this responsibility and established Community Centres Department and Janata College during the Second Five-Year Plan. The objective was to provide benefits to the people of remote villages. It was the beginning of the full-fledged Institute of Adult and Continuing Education. During this period, Vidyapeeth started a new unit, which is called JANPAD, with the objective of propagating the knowledge of day-to-day local and national affairs for the urban society through black-board/broadcast service mass communication being the aim.

With the dawn of independence, there was a dire need to provide opportunities for higher education to the underprivileged section of the society, specially in the Tribal belt. The Evening College (Shramjeevi College) was the outcome of this idea. The basic objective of establishing the Evening (Shramjeevi) College was to admit the students who worked during day-hours and wanted to educate themselves for better job opportunities. During this period Rajasthan was also emerging as a potential state of Union Government of India. Availability of trained professionals for industry/business was the urgent need of the time.

Keeping this in view Vidyapeeth initiated a Postgraduate course in the discipline of Social Work (MSW). Today, a large number of its alumni are working in various positions in Personnel and Management field throughout the country.

A number of other institutes like Higher Secondary School, Secondary School, Post-basic School and the Centre for Fine Arts were also started by Vidyapeeth to provide education to all the sections of the society. The College of Teachers' Training was another major event on the path of progress of Vidyapeeth during the seventies.

A special feature of Rajasthan Vidyapeeth administration is what we call the 'Janatantriaya Shilanyas' (Democratic Foundation), i.e. its democratic way of life and work. Vidyapeeth is organized and run entirely by its workers and its basic philosophy is to provide opportunity of participation to each worker in the decision making process through various constituent bodies. The entire administration is divided into three-spheres or streams-social, educational and general management administration. Each of these spheres has its own elected or nominated leader and body for the management of its affairs.

The prestige enjoyed by it during all these years is reflected in the fact that eminent personalities like Late Shri Bhopal Singh, Maharana of Mewar, Dr. Karan Singh of Kashmir, Shriyut Srimannarian, Mahapandit Shri Rahul Sankrityanan, etc. have graced the chair of Chancellor of Rajasthan Vidyapeeth. The eminent persons, who visited Vidyapeeth, include Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru, Jai Prakash Narain, Vinoba Bhave, Mrs. Indira Gandhi, Dr. Rajendra Prasad and Dr. Radha Krishnan. Col. Tod completed his historic book 'Annals and Antiquities of Rajputana' during his stay in the campus of this Institution.

The year 1987 was the landmark in the history of Vidyapeeth when the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India and the University Grants Commission granted it the status of a Deemed-to-be-University. Since then, a number of different types of courses, including professional ones, for the benefit of the society, have been launched. Its guiding objectives have invariably been to provide research based qualitative education to community through preservation and conservation of our socio-cultural values.

The institution is not only spreading its wings of education in the country itself but has also entered into the area of international studies through academic exchange of its students and faculty members to Slippery Rock University a prestigious University of USA. This is a step forward to the academic excellence and towards providing opportunity to the students and teachers of Rajasthan Vidyapeeth.

Message of Chancellor Bhawani Shankar Garg
The Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University has been specially recognized for its work in the field of Adult and Continuing Education; and imparting distance education also is a step a head in the same direction.

We are once again opening our doors for those students who want to learn while earning and be self supportive in life. The students residing in remote places, and also who cannot get opportunity to have formal education by attending regular colleges can upgrade qualification by joining these courses.

The study centres will be offering their best services to you and your own efforts will not only improve your career but make your parents as well as the nation proud of you.

I welcome you in our University for a bright and prosperous future.

Message of Vice Chancellor Prof Lokesh Bhatt
It is a matter of great pleasure that the Directorate of Distance Education of the Janardan Rai Nagar Vidyapeeth University is heading towards granting new admissions in the present academic session.

I believe that these programmes will help to build the career of all such students who are unable to attend regular colleges due to lack of time and money, and be at par with any other student by their hard work and under the able guidance/counseling of the Study Centres.

I convey my best wishes to all the students for a bright and successful future.

Message of Registrar Dr. Vijay Singh Panwar
I have immense pleasure to learn that the Directorate of Distance Education of the janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University is granting new admissions in the present academic session.

Distance Education is the extended form of formal education to cover the needs of all those who cannot join regular classes. As the learner and teacher are separated in this mode of education, the role of educational technology becomes very crucial.

I heartily welcome the students seeking admission through the Study Centres under the Distance Education Programme of this University.

Wising you all the best and every success.

Message of Director Dr. C.P.Agarwal
Dear Students,
The Directorate of Distance Education is a pioneer institute of ldistance learning in the country with its rich academic programmes it aims at providing quality higher education to the students of the country. New avenues have opened up with the opening up of Indian economy. This is resulted in increasing necessity of skill development and enhancement of one's qualification. It is our effort to fullfill this need of both academic as well as technical courses. I take this opportunity to welcome all the prospective students joining this stream and wish them good luck in their academic pursuits.

Faculties / Departments
Manikya Lal Verma Shramjeevi Colllege (Faculty of The Social Sciences)
- Department of History & Culture
- Department of Economics
- Department of Geography
- Department of Sociology
- Department of Political Science

Manikya Lal Verma Shramjeevi Colllege (Faculty of Humanities)
- Department of English Language & Literature
- Department of Hindi
- Department of Sanskrit

Manikya Lal Verma Shramjeevi Colllege (Faculty of Commerce)
- Department of Accountancy & Business Statistics
- Department of Administration
- Department of Banking & Business Finance

Lokmanya Tilak Teachers Training College
Institute of Rajasthan Studies ( Sahitya Sansthan )
Udaipur School of Social Work

Faculty of Management Studies
- Faculty of Management Studies
- Department of Business Management Studies

Department of Computer Science & Information Technology
- Faculty of Computer Science & Information Technology

Faculty of Medicine
- Department of Homoeopathic Medicine and Surgery
- Department of Physiotherapy

Directorate of Distance Education
- Regional Service Division - Mumbai
- Regional Service Division - Jaipur

International Academic Exchange Programme

Directorate of Jan Shikshan and Extension Programme
- Lok Shikshan Vibhag
- Community Center Department
- Janpad
- Mangal Murti Indira Gandhi Janta College
- Department of Women Studies
- Department of Rural Technology

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SC grants time to Centre in deemed varsity case

NEW DELHI, April 12 – The Supreme Court has granted 10 more weeks to the Centre to place its recommendations on the status of the 44 deemed varsities facing derecognition for failing to maintain proper academic standards, reports PTI.

A bench of justices Dalveer Bhandari and Deepak Verma granted the additional time while directing reconstitution of the three-member panel appointed by the government to examine the recommendations of the high-powered Prof P N Tandon committee which sought derecognition of these varsities.

The apex court, which was initially scheduled to hear the case on May 3, adjourned it till July 19 after Additional Solicitor General Indira Jaising sought 10 weeks time for placing the recommendations.

The three-member reconstituted panel would hear within six weeks the objections raised by the 44 aggrieved universities against the Tandon committees recommendations and submit its own findings to the government.

The bench, while granting the governments plea, however, asked it to add one more member to the three-member panel since one of the incumbents Sunil Kumar has sought permission for withdrawing from it.

The apex court passed the order on a fresh writ petition filed by JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth Deemed University questioning the governments decision to persist with the continuance of Sunil Kumar despite the later expressing his desire to withdraw from the panel.

In our considered view, the respondents (Centre) ought not to have insisted upon Shri Sunil Kumar to be a member of the Committee, particularly when he himself did not want to be a member of the committee.

On January 15, 2010, the Supreme Court had directed the Centre to maintain status quo on the 44 deemed universities facing de-recognition for not being upto the standard.

It had further directed the Union Government to place on record the reports of the Review Committee and the Task Force on the basis of which the Human Resource Development Ministry had decided to crack the whip on the 44 universities.

It also asked the UGC to place its earlier report on the basis of which the Ministry had accorded deemed status to these institutions.

The affected institutions said the de-recognition move was illegal as the UGC, which is a statutory authority, had accorded them approval after satisfying itself with their credentials.

SURESH AND OTHERS Versus STATE OF HARYANA AND OTHERS C W P 16540 of 2010

IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB & HARYANA AT CHANDIGARH.

DATE OF DECISION : 28.1.2011

1. C.W.P. No.16540 of 2010
Suresh and others v. State of Haryana and others.

2. C.W.P. No.17160 of 2010
Sominder and others v. State of Haryana and others.

3. C.W.P. No.17187 of 2010
Sanjay Kumar and others v. State of Haryana and others.

4. C.W.P. No.18109 of 2010
Ved Parkash and others v. State of Haryana and others.

5. C.W.P. No.18793 of 2010
Dharambir and others v. State of Haryana and others.

CORAM :
HON'BLE MR.JUSTICE MAHESH GROVER

Present:-
Shri R.K.Malik, Senior Advocate with Shri Kohal Sharma, Advocate
for the petitioners (in C.W.P. Nos.16540,17187,17610 of 2010).

Shri Gurinderpal Singh, Advocate for the petitioners
(in C.W.P. No.18793 of 2010).

Shri Sandeep Sharma, Advocate for the petitioners
(in C.W.P. No.18109 of 2010).

Shri Kartar Singh, D.A.G. Haryana.


MAHESH GROVER, J.
By this judgment, I will be disposing of C.W.P. Nos.16540, 17187,
17160, 18109 and 18793 of 2010, as they involve commonalty of facts.

The petitioners assail the selection to the post of Multi Purpose Health Workers Male conducted by the Haryana Staff Selection Commission who had advertised 235 posts on 7.6.2008. The relevant extract of the advertisement is as below :-

Health Services (Malaria) Haryana Cat.No.1 235 posts of Multipurpose Health Worker(Male) Gen.102, SC-42, BCA-34, BCB-24, ESM Gen. 18, ESM (SC)-5, ESM(BCA)-5, ESM(BCB)-7.

E.Q. 1) Matric

2) Multipurpose Health Workers Training Course from an Institution approved by the Govt.

3) Hindi/Sanskrit up to Matric standard.
Age : 17 to 40 years.
Pay scale Rs.4000-6000/-.

The said advertisement was followed by a corrigendum and the posts were increased from 235 to 785 and the time for submitting applications was extended from 7.10.2008 to 22.10.2008.

The petitioners have acquired their Multi Purpose Health Worker Diploma from Janardhan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University, Udaipur (Rajasthan) as regular students. They were interviewed and their claims were considered against the categories in which they had applied. In C.W.P. No.16540 of 2010, all the petitioners belong to the general category except petitioner Nos.7,9
and 10 who belong to BCA, BCB and SC categories respectively. All the petitioners found their name in the selection list issued on 1.8.2010. The petitioners were, however, denied appointment as the persons lower in merit were given preference on the ground that the qualification of having acquired diploma from Janardhan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University, Udaipur(Rajasthan) was not recognized by the respondents as a valid degree.

With this grievance, the petitioners have approached this Court under Articles 226/227 of the Constitution of India and when the respondents were put to notice, they filed their reply to the averments made in the writ petition and while admitting the factual matrics, took up the plea that the case of the petitioners was not considered on the ground that the Janardhan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University, Udaipur(Rajasthan) is not an approved/recognized University by the Government of India.

Learned counsel for the petitioners, in the backdrop of the facts and
controversy, referred to a Division Bench judgment of this Court in C.W.P. No.12161 of 2006 Manoj Kumar and others v. State of Haryana and others decided on 1.11.2006 (copy of judgment attached as Annexure P-5 with the petition) and submitted that this very question had come up for consideration before the Division Bench and while accepting the petition, this Court observed as follows :-

On the basis of principle as well as precedent mentioned above, it must be concluded that a diploma certificate issued by a deemed University like Rajasthan Vidya Peeth has to be held as valid because the University Grant Commission vide its notification dated 19.8.2003 has conferred upon Rajasthan Vidya Peeth, Udaipur, the status of deemed University under section 3 of the 1956 Act. Once it is so, then the respondentC.

state or any of its agencies cannot be permitted to de-recognize such degree or diploma, because such an action on their part would be repugnant to the provisions of Article 254 of the Constitution of India. We are further of the view that the argument of the learned State counsel that only those certificate courses are accepted by the respondent-State which are from an institution approved by the Haryana Government cannot be accepted as it would amount to keeping out of eligible candidates merely because they have obtained their qualifications from a University or an institution outside the state of Haryana. However, such a course would not be available to the respondent-state because other institutions located in the country have been conferring the similar type of diploma certificates which are in no way inferior to the one approved by the respondent State. As per their own instructions dated 18.3.1975 all those degrees and diplomas which have been awarded by the recognized universities and by the Boards established by the State Government for high/higher secondary were ipso facto recognized. The instruction further provided that those degrees and diplomas which are recognized by the Government of India are deemed to be recognized by the respondent-State. There is nothing contrary in the instructions issued on 2.11.1999 and therefore, the diploma certificate issued by the Rajasthan Vidya Peeth must be recognized as a requisite qualification fulfilling the requirement of multipurpose health workers training course as postulated by the advertisement dated 7.5.2006.

Learned counsel for the respondents could not effectively make any
distinction in the case of the present petitioners and those who had filed C.W.P. No.12161 of 2006.

Having regard to the aforesaid, when the controversy stands conclusively answered by a Division Bench of this Court and there being no justifiable distinction made by the learned counsel for the respondents between the case of the petitioners and the case of the petitioners in C.W.P. No.12161 of 2006, I am further of the opinion that there is no justifiable reason for the respondents to decline the claim of the petitioners.

The writ petitions are thus allowed in the same terms as in C.W.P.
No.12161 of 2006.

(MAHESH GROVER)
JUDGE

HRD move stops deemed varsities from using university Tag

Shobit University or Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University now wont be able to use university in their titles. The Human Resource Ministry has decided to withdraw the controversial notification of 2006, which allowed deemed universities to use university along with their names. This has created confusion with no visible difference in a university set up under an Act of Parliament or state legislature and deemed university set up under the University Grants Commission Act, 1956.
Professors Forum had filed a Public Interest Litigation in Delhi High Court stating the UGCs notification of 1996 was illegal as it was notified without amending the Act.

The Act doesnt provide for use of university in the title by deemed universities.
The HRD ministry told the UGC that the government accepts the petitioners stand that the notification could not have been issued without amending the law.

The direction was issued after HRD minister Kapil Sibal, a lawyer by profession, found the basic ground of the petition valid.

The UGC should withdraw its notification dated September 13, 2006 and to communicate the same to all the institutions deemed to be universities so that the latter refrain from using the word university with their names, a letter written by HRD ministry to UGC on August 10, said.

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