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Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu


Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu
Address: Plot / Street / Area
Plot No : 2nd Gate
Maruthamalai Road
Coimbatore (District Coimbatore)
Tamil Nadu, India
Pin Code : 641046

Bharathiar University, Coimbatore Tamil Nadu is a University recognised by UGC. Status: State University. Bharathiar University, Coimbatore Tamil Nadu was established on / in 1992 or 2005.

Principal of Bharathiar University, Coimbatore Tamil Nadu is Director: dr K Govindarajalu.

Bharathiar University is situated in Coimbatore of Tamil Nadu state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Coimbatore comes under Coimbatore Tehsil, Coimbatore District.

Fax # of Bharathiar University, Coimbatore Tamil Nadu is 0422-2422387, 2425706, 2423330.

email ID(s) is Bharathiar University Coimbatore Tamil Nadu

Website of Bharathiar University, Coimbatore Tamil Nadu is www.b-u.ac.in.

Additional Information about Bharathiar University, Coimbatore Tamil Nadu is : Date of Submission : 04/08/2010, Wednesday 4:38 PM
Teacher Education Institution Registration Details
Reference ID : STNCBEIN-2177
TAN. No : nil

NACC Accredited : Yes
--NCTE NACC Grade : A
--Year of NACC Accredation : 2009
Minority : No
--Minorty Type : NA
--Religion : NA
--Language : NA
Location college/institution : Urban
Located in : institusional
Building Type : Its own campus
Total Area(Sq.Mts.) : 2048
Total Built up Area(Sq.Mts.) : 39144
Nature of land holding : Ownership
Type of Land(Lease) : Government
Construction completed Date : 25/07/1997
Shared Campus Area :
Campus shared by : By Registration
Khasra No./Plot No./Survey No. : 314
Revenue Village of the land : Somaiyampalayam
Land is free from all encumbrances? : Yes
Type of college/institution : Co-education college
Management of the college/institution : NA
Management of college/Institute :
Self Financed Course in University
Department/Contitutent Collage
Institution or its Managing society/body registered? : Yes
Registration Act : EDUCATION ACT
No. of Non Teaching Staff(Male) : 6
No. of Non Teaching Staff(Female) : 4
No. of Non Teaching Staff(Total) : 10
Area of Reading Room(Sq.Mts.) : 76
Seating Capacity : 30
Titles of Teacher Education(Library) : 1500
Books of Teacher Education : 4600
No.of Journals : 15
No of Encyclopedias(Library) : 150
Area of Lab : 50
No of Computers : 150
Internet Access? : Yes
LAN : Yes
Availability of LCD Projector : Yes
Availability of OHP : Yes
Availability of TV : Yes
Availability of VCR : Yes

Name of Experiment(Psycho Lab) : Thematic appreception

Name of Appratus(Psycho Lab) :
Mirror drawing, appartus, maze box, bold head type, steadines test, whipples, tapping board, divison of attention board Tachistoscope, etc
Area of science Lab : 75sq.m

Physical Science Name Experiment :
screwguage, convex lens, cancave, verniar calipar, 'U' tube etc.

Name of Charts(Physical Science) :
shapes, structure of atoms, atomic weight, planets etc.

Name Experiment(Biological Science) :
osmosis, floral diagram, microcopic analysis of biological materials, salvia test...

Name Charts(Biological Science) :
ameoba, digestive system, plasmodium, DNA, etc

Name Model(Biological Science) :
human stomach model, animals cell, human nervous system , human rspiratory, lungs...
Area of Lab(Language Lab) : 108 sq.mt

Name of Equipments(Language Lab) :
Headphone, listening packages, computer, printer, scanner etc.

Name of Charts(Language Lab) :
Parts of speech, tenses, noun, verb etc.
Indoor Game Area : 1150

Indoor Game(D.Ed/B.Ed./M.Ed.courses) :
table tennis, garam board, chess etc......

Outdoor Games(D.Ed/B.Ed./M.Ed.courses) :

Cricket, foot ball, kabadi, basket ball, volley ball, etc...
Area of Outdoor Games : 5220

Name and No. of Instruments(arts and carfts) :
Spade, crawbox, musical instuments, etc.

Name Charts(arts and carfts) : Clip board, drawing, art and craft, etc

Name of Models(arts and carfts) :
Map and diagrams, pictures, toys, scenary, toby, natural scenaries, etc.

Name of Instruments(Health and Physical...) : Tumples, weight lifting, pull-ups, etc.
No of Instruments(Health and Physical... ) :
Food habit, diabetic contol, muscles shape, body art etc.

Name Charts(Mathematics Resource Center) :
Tables, shapes, triangle, theorum, formula etc.

Name Model(Mathematics Resource Center) :
Compass, divider, protector,scale, tape etc.

Name of Instruments (Anatomy,Physiology... ) : Human skelton
Name of Charts (Anatomy,Physiology ...) : Exercise Physiology etc
Name of Equipments(Atheletic Care) : First Aid box
Name of Charts(Atheletic Care) : Injury prevention
Name and No. of Instrumernts(Cultural Facility) : Family, 10 instruments
Name and No. of Instruments(Athletics) : 15 Events
Size of Track(Athletics) : 400 Sq.m(standard track)
Indoor Games(C.P.Ed/B.P.Ed./M.P.Ed.courses) : On progress
Indoor Game[Area](C.P.Ed/B.P.Ed./M.P.Ed.courses) : On progress
Outdoor Games(C.P.Ed/B.P.Ed./M.P.Ed.courses) :
Foot ball court, volley ball court,
Basket ball etc.
Area of Alloted Outdoor Games : 5220
Gym Facility for Women : Yes
Area of Men Gym(sq.Mts.) : 660
No of Stnations(men) : 12 wth multi gym
Area of Women Gym : 600
No of Stnations(women) : 12 with multi gym
Mode of Salary : NA
Salary Transfer(Faculty) : NA
Account Details of Bank (Salary) : NA
Date of Opening of Bank A/c : 01/01/1990
Opening Balance : 0
Fees : 0
Donation : 0
MISC : 0
Total Amount Receipts : 0
Expenditure Teacher Salary : 0
Expenditure Non Teacher Salary : 0
Expenditure Library : 0
Expenditure Laboratory : 0
Expenditure Furniture : 0
Expenditure Misc : 0
Total Expenditure : 0
Balance of Funds Available During Year : 0
Name of Auditor/CA : NA
Address of Auditor/CA : NA
Phone NO. : 0

Teaching Faculty Details
Teacher id Designation
Composition of Society/Trust
Name Address
Nil NIL.

Vice Chancellor : Tel: 0422-2422222; Extn: 212, 2422439, vc@b-u.ac.in, vc@bharathiaruni.org, Dr G James Pitchai, Dr. G. Thiruvasagam.

Registrar : Tel: 0422-2422222 Extn: 213, 260, 261, 262, 2422203, regr@b-u.ac.in, regr@bharathiaruni.org, Dr PK Manmohan.

Contact Details of Bharathiar University, Coimbatore Tamil Nadu are : Phone: + 91 - 422 - 2428100, 2422222, 2422223, 242 2234, 2422272,2422321, 2422335, 2428103, 2428115, 2428126, 422387, 2428201


Dr. G. Thiruvasagam
(O): 0422-2422222; Extn: 212, 0422-2422439,
Fax: 091-422-2422387
vc@b-u.ac.in , regr@b-u.ac.in

M. Parthasarathy,
(O) : 0422-2422222 ext 380,381, 0422-2425317
(M): 97905-96936

M. Parthasarathy,
(O) : 0422-2422222 ext 380,381, 0422-2425317
(M): 9442249009


PG Programs
M.A. Tamilology, M.A. English with computer application, M.A. Computational linguistics, M.Sc. Bioinformatics, M.Sc. Computer Science, M.Sc. Nanotechnology, M.A. Educational Communication, M.Sc. Electronic Media (Education), M.Ed., M.Sc. Finance and Computer Applications, B.P. Ed., M.P.Ed.

P.G. Diploma Programs
P.G. Diploma in Tamil for Mass Communication with D.T.P. Application, Applied Health Sciences, Course Bioinformatics, Nanotechnology, P.G. Diploma in Yoga , Career Guidance, Entrepreneurship.

Courses Offered:
Full Time

B.P.Ed Physical Education
Diploma Physical Education
M.A Business Economics
M.A Educational Communication
M.A English
M.A Journalism & Mass Communication (FT & PT)
M.A Linguistics
M.A Population Studies
M.A Sociology
M.A Tamilology
M.A Women Studies
M.Com Finance and Accounting
M.Ed Education
M.P.Ed Physical Education
M.S.W Social Work
M.Sc Animal Biotechnology
M.Sc Applied Econometrics
M.Sc Applied Maths
M.Sc Applied Psychology
M.Sc Bio-Informatics
M.Sc Chemistry
M.Sc E-Learning Technology
M.Sc Electronics and Instrumentation
M.Sc Enviromental Science
M.Sc Finance and Computer Applications
M.Sc Genetic Engineering
M.Sc Industrial Biotechnology
M.Sc Information Technology
M.Sc Mathematics with Computer Applications
M.Sc Maths
M.Sc Medical Physics
M.Sc Nanotechnology
M.Sc Organic Chemistry
M.Sc Physics
M.Sc Plant Science
M.Sc Statistics
M.Sc Statistics with Computer Applications
M.Tech Molecular Biology & Human Genetics
MCA Master of Computer Application
PGD Bioinformatics
PGD Instrumentation
PGD Nanotechnology

Facilities: The University provides with reception, Bharathiar counseling centre, health centre, fitness centre, science instrumentation centre, students welfare bureau, internet centre, hostels, SC/ST welfare cell, youth red cross, canteen, post office, bank,, etc.

Affiliated Institutions
1. Air Force Administrative College
2. Angappa College of Arts & Science
3. Ayyan Thiruvalluvar College of Arts & Science
4. Bharathi College Of Education
5. Bharathiar University Arts and Science College
6. Bharathidasan College of Arts & Science,Ellispet
7. Bishop Ambrose College
8. Bishop Thorp College
9. Botanical Survey of India
10. CBM College
11. Central Institute for Cotton Research
12. Centre for Research in Social Sciences, Technology & Culture
13. Cherraans Arts , Science College
14. Chikkaiah Naicker College
15. Chikkanna Govt. Arts College
16. CMS College of Science & Commerce
17. Coimbatore Institute of Management & Technology
18. CSI Bishop Appaswamy College of Arts & Science
19. D.J. Academy for Managerial Excellence
20. Dalmia Center for Research & Development
21. Defence Institute of Physiology and Allied Sciences
22. Defence Research & Development Establishment
23. Dr. G.R.Damodaran College of Education
24. Dr. NGP College Of Education
25. Dr. SNS Rajalakshmi College of Arts & Science
26. DR.G.R.Damodaran College of Science
27. Dr.Mahalingam College of Management and Computer Studies
28. Dr.N.G.P.Arts & Science College
29. Excel Business Academy, Bangalore
30. Emerald Heights College for Women
31. Erode Arts College
32. Dr.R.A.N.M College of Arts & Science, Erode.
33. G R Damodaran Academy of Management
34. Gobi Arts & Science College
35. Government Arts College, Coimbatore
36. Government Arts College, Udhagamandalam
37. Government Arts College, Udumalpet
38. Government College of Education for Women
39. Guruvayurappan Institute of Managament
40. Hindustan College of Arts & Science
41. Indian Institute of Spices Research.
42. Institute for Forest Genetic and Tree Breeding
43. Institute of Nuclear Medicine and Allied Sciences (INMAS)
44. International Institute of Ayurveda (Under AVR Educational Foundation of Ayurveda), division of Chemistry.
45. Jansons School of Business
46. JSR College of Education
47. K.S.G.College of Arts and Science
48. Kaamadhenu Arts & Science College
49. Karpagam Arts & Science College
50. Karuppannan Mariappan College
51. KGiSL Institute of Information Management
52. Kongu Arts And Science College
53. Kongunadu Arts and Science College
54. Kovai Kalaimagal College of Arts and Science
55. Lakshmi Narayana Visalakshi Women's College
56. LRG Govt. Arts College for Women
57. Maharaja Arts & Science College
58. Maharaja College for Women
59. Maharani Arts & Science Women's College
60. Maruthi College of Physical Education
61. Michael Job College of Arts and Science for women
62. Michael Job Memorial College of Education for Women
63. N.T.C. Staff College
64. Nallamuthu Gounder Mahalingam College
65. Nandha Arts and Science College
66. Navarasam Arts & Science College for Women
67. Nehru Arts and Science College
68. Nehru College of Arts & Science
69. Nehru College of Management
70. Nirmala College for Women
71. Park College of Education
72. Park's College
73. Pasteur Institute of India
74. Pioneer College of Arts and Science
75. PKR Arts College for Women
76. PPG College of Education
77. Providence College for Women
78. PSG College of Arts and Science
79. PSGR Krishnammal College for Women
80. Rathinam College of Arts & Science
81. Rathinavel Subramaniam College of Arts & Science
82. RKR College of Education
83. RVS College of Education
84. S.M.S. College of Arts & Science
85. S.N.R. Sons College
86. Salim Ali Centre for Ornithology and Natural History
87. Sankara College of Science & Commerce
88. Shivaparvathi Mandradiar College of Education
89. Shoba School Of Management
90. Shri Nehru Maha Vidyalaya College of Arts & Science
91. Solid State Physics Laboratory (SSPL).
92. Southern India Textile Research Association ( S.I.T.R.A)
93. Sree Amman Arts and Science College
94. Sree Narayana Guru College
95. Sree Ramu College of Arts & Science
96. Sree Saraswathi Thyagaraja College
97. Sri GVG Visalakshi College for Women
98. Sri Jayendra Saraswathy Maha Vidhyalaya College of Arts & Science
99. Sri Krishna Arts and Science College [1]
100. Sri Ramakrishna College of Arts and Science for Women
101. Sri Ramakrishna Mission Vidyalaya College of Arts & Science
102. Sri Ramakrishna Mission Vidyalaya College of Education
103. Sri Ramalinga Sowdambigai College of Science and Commerce
104. Sri Vasavi College
105. Sri Venkateswara Vidyalayaa College Of Education
106. St. Joseph's College For Women
107. Sugarcane Breeding Institute
108. T.Stanes and Company Limited
109. Texcity Arts & Science College
110. Thavathiru Santhalinga Adigal. Arts, Science & Tamil
111. Tiruppur Kumaran College for Women, Tiruppur
112. United Planter's Association of Southern India, (UPASI Tea Research Inst)
113. V.N.Krishnasamy Naidu College of Arts & Science for Women
114. Vellakoil Arts & Science College
115. Vellalar College for Women
116. Vellalar College of Education for Women
117. Vidyasagar College of Arts and Science
118. VLB Janaki Ammal College of Arts & Science
119. The Department of English and Foreign Languages

Campus Location
Bharathiar University is situated at the foothills of Maruthamalai, a mountain that forms the part of Western Ghat, in a sprawling campus of one thousand acres at a distance of 15 km from the city of Coimbatore on the Maruthamalai Road.

One can reach the campus by City bus routes 1, 1B, 1D, 1E, S12, S13, S15, S26, 46, 70, 70A, 70B, 76, 92 stop at the University bus stop. Route 1C buses ply via Coimbatore railway station frequently up to Vadavalli, from where the above buses can be used to reach the University.

The University is situated at the foothills of Maruthamalai, a mountain that forms the part of Western Ghat, in a sprawling campus of one thousand acres at a distance of 15 KM from the city of Coimbatore on the Maruthamalai Road.

City bus on routes 1, 1B, 1D, 1E, S12, S13, S15, S26, 46, 70, 70A, 70B, 76, 92 stop at the University bus stop. Route 1C buses ply via Coimbatore railway station frequently upto Vadavalli, from where the above buses can be used to reach the University.

Profile of Bharathiar University

About University
The Bharathiar University was established at Coimbatore by the Government of Tamilnadu in February, 1982 under the provision of the Bharathiar University Act, 1981 (Act 1 of 1982). The Postgraduate Centre of the University of Madras, which was functioning in Coimbatore before 1982 formed the core of the Bharathiar University. In May, 1985 the University received the recognition from University Grants Commission (UGC) New Delhi for the purpose of grants.

The University named after the great national poet Subramania Bharathi is enshrined with the motto 'Educate to Elevate'. In the University, every effort is harnessed to realize his dream of making educational institutions as temple of learning. It is the aim of the University to participate in the task of inculcating necessary Knowledge, Skills and Creative Attitudes and values among the youth of the country to contribute more effectively towards establishing an equitable social and economic and secular ideal of our nation.

Our vision is to provide Internationally comparable quality higher education to the youth. The aim is not only focused on imparting subject knowledge and skills, but also to could the students with better conduct and character committed to the societal needs and national development. Enshrined with the motto 'Educate to Elevate'. The University strives to realize the vision of India and excel in promoting and protecting the rich heritage of our past and secular ideals of the nation.

Bharathiar University is a postgraduate university in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu in South India. Named after Tamil poet Subramania Bharathiar, the university was established in February 1982 and was recognized by the University Grants Commission (UGC) in 1985.

The university is situated in the foothills of Marudamalai and has jurisdiction over the districts of Coimbatore, Erode and the Nilgiris. It has 119 affiliated institutions (80 Arts and Science Colleges, 29 Colleges of Education, 8 Management Institutions, 1 Air Force Administration College and 1 College of Physical Education).

The Bharathiar University was established at Coimbatore by the Government of Tamilnadu in February, 1982 under the provision of the Bharathiar University Act, 1981 (Act 1 of 1982). The Postgraduate Centre of the University of Madras, which was functioning in Coimbatore before 1982 formed the core of the Bharathiar University. In May, 1985 the University received the recognition from University Grants Commission (UGC) New Delhi for the purpose of grants.

The University named after the great national poet Subramania Bharathi is enshrined with the motto 'Educate to Elevate'. In the University, every effort is harnessed to realize his dream of making educational institutions as temple of learning. It is the aim of the University to participate in the task of inculcating necessary Knowledge, Skills and Creative Attitudes and values among the youth of the country to contribute more effectively towards establishing an equitable social and economic and secular ideal of our nation.

Profile of University
Bharathiar University was established in February, 1982 under the provision of the Bharathiar University Act, 1981 (Act 1 of 1982). The varsity is located at Coimbatore, the industrial hub of the state. Prior to the establishment of Bharathiar University, the Postgraduate Centre of the University of Madras was functioning here and was the core for the formation of this university. The varsity received formal grants from the University Grants Commission (UGC) in May, 1985.

Bharathiar University gets its name from the great national poet Subramania Bharathi who had vision for an intellectual society. Thus the university has been enshrined with the motto 'Educate to Elevate'. The University is making all efforts to realize the dream of this great personality by making educational institutions as temple of learning.

The varsity is involved in the task of inculcating necessary Knowledge, Skills and Creative Attitudes and values among the youth of the country to contribute more effectively towards establishing an equitable social and economic and secular ideal of our nation.

The university offers various undergraduate and postgraduate study programs in the filed of literature, humanities, science, technology etc. The varsity also offers few Diploma and PG Diploma courses. The varsity's School of Distance Education offers various programs through distance mode.

In a view to encourage motivated young scholars to pursue Ph.D. programmes, the varsity awards 26 University Research Fellowships. Candidates can also receive fellowships from other agencies like U.G.C., C.S.I.R to pursue Ph.D. research programmes.

Vice-Chancellor Messages
Greetings I am glad to be addressing you from here first as a Vice Chancellor and then, not less important, as a person who has seen this University come into existence and gradually blossom into an Institution of great eminence. In fact, I had the privilege of greeting at the then Madras airport the team which had arrived there with the approval to start this University named after the visionary national poet. It is my privilege and honor to be associated with this university as its Vice Chancellor.

Universities are today at the forefront of nation building and ways must be found to make them play their role in the most telling manner. In this knowledge era, it is imperative to produce intellectual capital and the responsibility lies with us. We need to create the required human resource so that our nation can consolidate on the gains already made.

My first task would be to enlarge the infrastructure so that we will not be lagging behind in facilities to accommodate the future developments. This is of crucial importance as ready availability of such facilities would ensure innovations having the fullest impact. Hence, top priority will be given to creation of infrastructural facilities not only keeping in mind current needs but also future ones as anticipation gives us the advantage of preparedness.

Next, we have the task of fine tuning the administration. Our University has a good system in place but, of course, improvable. Concentrating at the micro level would make us identify scope for improvement which can go a long way in enhancing efficiency by saving time and energy.

As a person with experience both in the University system and Colleges, it is my firm belief that cooperation based on mutual understanding and support would be highly beneficial to them. I shall immediately initiate steps to put in place a healthy, symbiotic relationship between Colleges and the University. For a start, it is planned to allow science students from colleges to utilize the instruments available in the University departments which will be regulated in consultation with the HoDs and the Principals. I assure you that more such steps shall follow and invite you to help promote excellence in all the spheres.

Another task that requires our consistent attention is making the curricula innovative. I am happy to note and appreciate the beginnings made by our University in this regard but to congratulate ourselves is still a long way ahead. It is here that we should succeed in synergizing our energies to make our University's presence felt in the global scene. I have no doubt whatsoever that we have the potential to achieve this. My confidence in the Faculty�Colleges and University�and the Administration is total and the wish foremost in my heart is to see this University hold its head high with all its stakeholders enjoying a sense of pride and belongingness. And I also want all the researchers to know that their projects with potential for utility and relevance shall have the hundred percent support of this Vice Chancellor.

Friends, let us remind ourselves that a University is not just its bricks, mortar, files, computers and equipments. It is a State of Mind�noble, compassionate, inclusive, socially aware, responsible, free-spirited and open�promoting forever excellence in all the aspects of human experience with an undying spirit of enquiry. I call upon you to be generous in your support and cooperation and be partners in the forward march of this young, vibrant, energetic and inspired University to reassert the supremacy of the Indian intellect in the realms of teaching, research and social responsibility. The doors, to my office and my mind, are always open to your feedback and suggestions.

With warm regards,
Dr. C. Swaminathan.

Chancellors Profile
Thiru Surjit Singh Barnala, His Excellency the Governor of Tamilnadu and Chancellor of Bharathiar University.

Sardar Surjit Singh Barnala was born on 21st October 1925 at Ateli Begpur in Haryana. He passed matriculation at Nabha and then went to Lucknow for higher studies and passed Law from Lucknow University in 1946. During his stay at Lucknow he participated in the Quit India Movement in 1942. He started practicing law in District Courts at Barnala in 1967 and was elected to the Legislative Assembly from Barnala constituency.

He represented this constituency till 1999. In 1969, he became the Education Minister of Punjab. During his tenure, he was instrumental in establishing Guru Nanak Dev University at Amritsar. In 1977 he was elected to the Parliament and was inducted as Cabinet Minister in the Janata Government headed by Shri Morarji Desai with Agriculture, Food, Irrigation and Rural Development as his portfolios.

In 1985 he was elected as President of Shiromani Akali Dal and became the Chief Minister of Punjab in 1985. In 1990 he was appointed as Governor of Tamil Nadu. He was elected to the Lok Sabha in 1996 and again in 1998 and was appointed as Cabinet Minister with Chemical & Fertilizers and Food & Civil Supplies departments. He was also the first Governor of Uttaranchal state.

He has represented India in the United Nations, FAO, SARC and other international organizations. He has traveled extensively. He is a nature lover, fond of painting, reading and writing. He has painted scores of paintings and an exhibition of his paintings was held in 1998 in the Art Gallery of Patiala University. He has also authored the book 'Story of An Escape'.

Pro-Chancellors Profile
Dr. K. Ponmudi, , Honble Minister for Education, Govt of Tamil Nadu and Pro-Chancellor of Bharathiar University.

Pro-Chancellor and Honourable Minister for Education Dr. K. Ponmudi, was born on 19.08.1950.

Honourable Minister for Education was elected as a Member of Legislative Assembly from Villupuram.

As the Education Minister, under the able and benevolent leadership of our Honourable Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, he has initiated several reformations for the improvement of Higher Education in Tamilnadu.

Vice Chancellors Profile
Dr. C. Swaminathan, known well for his institution-building abilities and keen interest in the field of higher education, was born to Thiru. A. Chinnappan and Thirumathi C. Ponnammal at Thingalur near Erode. Coming from a family of farmers, he had his schooling at Thingalur Government HSS. He then went on to do his B.A. at C. N. College, Erode and M.A. at Pachaiappa's College, Chennai. Continuing his studies, he obtained M.Phil. from the University of Madras after which he took up a faculty position as Lecturer in History at CBM College, Coimbatore in 1980. The researcher in him would make no allowance for any rest inspite of a demanding teaching career and he went on to get his Ph.D. in 2000.

Dr. Swaminathan, a natural leader who prefers his responsibilities to grow and become greater, decided to accept the challenge of building up an institution from scratch. Taking over as Principal, Kongu Arts and Science College, Erode he successfully transformed a fledgling college with a strength of 100 students and a mere 7 for faculty into a mega institution. A model for others, with 2300 students and 136 members of faculty, the college as it stands today speaks for the visionary and goal-achieving drive in him. During his stint, he secured the Grade I status for the college, got the ISO 9001:2000 certification, obtained UGC recognition and brought in funds for various projects from the UGC and Ministries of the Government of India. Accredited with B++ grade by the NAAC under his leadership, the college now offers 14 undergraduate and 7 postgraduate programmes.

With a highly successful mission completed, Dr. Swaminathan then took over as Principal and Secretary of Bharathidasan College of Arts and Science in 2008. In a span of less than two years, he ensured that the student strength will take a quantum leap from a meagre 240 to 1000. Before leaving to take over the reins of Bharathiar University as its Vice Chancellor, he got University affiliation for seven new undergraduate and three new postgraduate programmes.

Dr. Swaminathan has served as a Member of the Senate and Syndicate of Bharathiar University and his contribution to the development of the University is highly significant. The combination of academic excellence and administrative acumen is a rare phenomenon and in him we have a fine blend of these two qualities. Apart from building institutions, he has been actively guiding research at the M. Phil. and Ph.D. levels. He has also been steadily publishing research papers. His being a member in numerous governing councils and professional bodies show how sought after his expertise and opinions are. He has visited Singapore, Hong Kong, China and the UAE to study the educational practices there and seek avenues of collaboration.

Precise, shrewd, astute and systematic, he is also compassionate and considerate. His experience both as an institution builder and a teacher-researcher in Humanities makes his talents a synthesis of scientific rigour and humane considerations. Affability, easy accessibility, calm demeanour, composure and handling pressure with ease are his forte. Not one content to rest on his laurels, he is determined to take higher education in India to greater heights. His multi-faceted talent set and the broad spectrum of his experience will no doubt help him in realizing his goal.

Dr. Swaminathan is married to Dr. Ranjitham who works as a Professor of English at Vellalar College for Women, Erode. Their daughter Ms. Divya is a software engineer based in Bangalore.

Registrar Profile
Dr.P.Thirumalvalavan, Professor of Management, Bharathiar University has assumed the office as Registrar of Bharathiar University on 09.06.2009.

He started his career as an Assistant Professor in Aditanar College and served as a Lecturer in Commerce, Madurai Kamaraj University for ten years. Later on joined in Bharathiar University as a Reader in Management and served in the same capacity for ten years, then was promoted as the Professor. He has also served as the Dean, College of Business Studies, Al Gharair University, Dubai for four and a half years, where he has lead the college to attain AACSB Accreditation for their Business programmes. Further, he has also served as the Registrar of Bharathiar University for one term. He has 32 years of teaching and administrative experience. Born in Periyakulam of Theni District, He had his schooling at St.Mary's High School, Dindigal. Completed his Bachelor of Commerce in St. Joseph's College, Trichy and Master's in Commerce in Loyala College, Chennai. He did his M.B.A. degree from Thiagarajar School of Management, Madurai Kamaraj University and M.Phil. in the Department of Commerce in the same University. Further he has completed his Bachelor of Law from Madurai Law College and Ph.D. in Finance from Bharathiar University.

His areas of specialization are Finance and Investments. He is acknowledged as a renowned teacher and researcher in the area of Finance. He has published 74 papers in the national level and twelve papers in the international level journals and conferences. He has conducted 20 training programmes in India and abroad. He has visited U.S.A., U.A.E., Iran and Marutius on various academic missions.

He had served as a Syndicate member of Bharathiar University for one term and worked as a Dean in college of Business Studies in Al Gharair University, Dubai. He has also served as a Director in charge of School of Management of Bharathiar University.

He has successfully guided eight M.Phil., and two Ph.Ds and four scholars are working under his guidance for Ph.D. He had served in many Boards of Studies in India and Abroad and served as an expert in the University as well as AICTE commissions. Further, he had been a popular invited speaker in the area of Finance.

Library About Us
The Library of Bharathiar University was established in the year 1981 at the Madras University Autonomous Postgraduate Centre of the University is an area of 11,750 sq.feet. The seating capacity currently is about 300, and has over 1,20,000 volumes covering all disciplines. The library subscribes to 163 National and International journals and seven leading news papers. 150 journals magazines and periodicals are received on gratis. Back issues of journals are available some dating back to 1880`s. Photocopying facility is also available inside the library.

Working Hours
Weekdays - 8.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m.
Saturdays and Sundays -10.00 a.m. to 04.30 p.m.

Circulation Timings
Weekdays - 10.00 a.m. to 05.00 p.m.
Saturdays and Sundays -10.00 a.m. to 04.30 p.m.
(Only reading facility is provided)

(Library remains closed on important National Holidays as declared by the University)

The University Library is kept open on all the days of the year (approximately 340 days) from 8.00A.M. to 8.00 P.M. during weekdays and from 10.00 A.M. to 4.30 P.M. During Saturdays and Sundays. However, the library is kept closed on public holidays. As on August 2006, the manpower strength of the library is 9, which includes three Assistant Librarians, two professional staff and four supporting staff.

The Library is open access library and presently occupies an area of 11,750 Sq.ft. and has a seating capacity of 300. On weekdays, on an average there are about 800 visitors to the library and about 1000 books are issued/renewed and about 900 books are returned. The library caters mainly to the needs of P.G. Students, M.Phil., Ph.D., Scholars, Faculties and Staff of the University. The library provides long range and short-range references to the users such as Current Awareness Service, Selective Dissemination of Information Service, Subject bibliography etc. Library also extends its facilities to the students and faculties of affiliated colleges and as well as to the students of other universities located in Coimbatore City as well as other Universities.

Library operations are mostly computerized especially books circulation and OPAC. We have bar-coded our document collections. Provisions are being made to provide internet access to our library users so as to enable them to access the various learning resources available in the academic websites.

Other Services Provided By BUL
Circulation of Books (Issues, Returns and Renewals)
Reference Services
Online Catalogue Services
Reprographic Services
Selective Dissemination of Information
Orientation & Training Programme
E - Learning and E - Education

Current contents
The library has subscribed to current contents through electronic media, which provides access to more than 4,000 journals covering disciplines in Life Sciences Physical, Chemical and Earth Sciences, Social Sciences and Behavioral Sciences.

It is easy reference and helps to retrieve relevant references by keywords, by authors, by subject, by journals title and also by combining the parameters.

It covers number of journals published around the world with abstract like Life Sciences covering 1359 journals, Physical, Chemical and Earth Sciences 1063 journals and Social and Behavioral Sciences 1635 journals.

Economic Intelligence
These are designed to make available the most essential reference statistics on all sectors of the Indian economy. It covers agriculture, energy, infrastructure, industry: market size & shares, corporate sector, money & banking, capital market, national income, public finance, foreign trade and BOP. Ten years back file is also available in the local e-journals server.

The full text articles are available in Portable Document format (PDF). It also is having options for converting tables in PDF files to Microsoft Excel format.

It is possible to search, copy and print the full-text of the all the Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy journals subscribed by our university.

CMIE`s Prowess is an authenticated source for details relating to financials covering audited financial statements, share price details (both adjusted and unadjusted prices) and corporate related events. It contains detailed information on over 10,000 firms. It provided detailed information on each company. This includes a normalized database of the financials covering more than 1,500 items and ratios per company. Besides, it provides other details relating to Production, Sales, and Consumption of raw materials and Energy.

It also provides daily time series of share prices and other details like dividends and other gains, P/E based on the profits of the last four quarters.

Prowess has found useful applications for Researchers and P.G. Students in the field of Management, Economics and Commerce. This data is accepted as an authenticated source for publications in international journals.

All Research Scholars, Students and Users of the Library are provided on all Tuesdays a training programme as to how to use the university library UGC-INFLIBNET-INFONET LAB at 11.00. It will facilitate to know how to use the university library facilities, E-learning and E-journal access for effective use of the university library.

Contact us
The Officer I/c of the Library
Central Library
Bharathiar University
Coimbatore - 641 046
Ph: 0422-2425119; 24222222 Extn: 264
E-mail: bulib_librarian@yahoo.co.in

The Bharathiar University has four hostels namely Ladies Hostel (for research scholars and PG students), Men's Hostel (mainly for research scholars) and MBA & Additional Hostel (mainly for PG students). All hostels are well equipped with basic and modern facilities and attached with adequate guest rooms to accommodate the guests who visit the hostels.

A Teachers' hostel situated in the residential campus of the university caters to the needs of teachers visiting the university for official purposes. Twenty two rooms are available for accommodation with a spacious dining hall.

Hostel Wardens
Working Days
Chief Warden
Dr. T.Muthukrishnan

Hostel Regulations
1. The inmate of the hostel will be admitted initially for a period of one academic year.

2. However they are eligible to apply for readmission to the hostel in the subsequent years, but the admission will be made by the Warden based on the conduct of the inmate in the previous year.

3. Inmates, who are found to cause nuisance and the same is established on enquiry, will be dismissed by the warden.

4. Immates who are found to be under the influence of Neuro - Toxic Stimulants in the hostel premises or who are found to be in possession of or who are found to persuade other inmates to take Neuro-Toxic Stimulants will be immediately dismissed.

5. The inmates are warned to strictly abstain from smoking in the hostel premises.

6. Inmates should not entertain guests in the hostel without the prior permission of the Warden/Deputy Warden.

7. Inmates who engage in RAGGING will be immediately dismissed.

8. The cost of the repair/replacement resulting from the damage/loss caused by a particular inmate or inmates will be collected from them or from all the inmates depending upon the case.

9. The inmates will observe SILENCE HOURS on all the days except the days preceding all University Holidays, Saturdays and Sundays (SILENCE HOURS 9.00 p.m. to 6.00 a.m.)

10. The Mess Fees of each student and the last date for paying the Mess Fee will be displayed on the Hostel Notice Board. The inmates who are not in a position to pay the fees within the stipulated time will not be permitted to use the mess facilities, until they have paid the mess fees. (i.e. They can not dine the mess even as guests)

11. While on leave, reduction can be availed, only if mess reduction application forms are duly filled in and submitted to the office one day prior to the day from which reduction is applied for.

12. The students requesting permission to go out of the Hostel on 'What so ever reasons will do so at their own risk and the Hostel Authorities will not be responsible for any mishappenings at the time the student is outside the Hostel.

13. The Warden has rights to discontinue Hostel facilities for any inmate found guilty in any case of misconduct.

14. At the time of admission/readmission, the parent/guardian will sign an undertaking to the Hostel Authorities that their wards will observe the rules and regulations governing the Hostel. ACTION TAKEN FOR THE MISCONDUCT OF ANY INMATE WILL HAVE TO BE ACCEPTED BY THE PARENTS.

15. The authorities of the hostel have rights to intimate the mess dues to the parents and also take legal and other measures to collect the dues from the students and their parent/guardian.

16. Use of any equipment which consumes electricity including the computer will be permitted on case by case basis by the Warden on payment of prescribed fees.

17. Scholarship / Fellowship students are those who seek bank loans should make their own arrangements to pay their dues in time.

18. The inmate who wish to bring to the notice of the Warden or Deputy Warden, the nuisance/inconvenience caused by an inmate/ inmates may contact the following Officers.

The School has an excellent placement record. An exclusive placement wing in the School of Management caters to the requirements of the students and gets them offers with attractive compensation packages.

Department of Extenstion & Career Guidance is maintaining the following websites for Students and Faculties.

www.careervarsity.com is a Learning Portal for Career Aspiring Students.
www.evarsity.org is a Site for Placement Officers and Career Counsellors.
www.aptitudecoach.com is a Portal for aptitute training and domain knowledge for Job-seekers.
www.civilservicecoach.com is useful for civil service aspirants.

Some of the institutions/ organisations which have offered placement to the students are listed below.

Companies registered with the University
ANZ Grindlays
Infosys Technologies Ltd
American Presidency Lines
Bharat Planet.com
Mahindra Holiday
BPL Telecom
Cannon India Ltd
Oracle Corporation
Reliance Infocom
Centurion Bank
Coffee Day
Servion Global
Jet Airways
U.S. Vitamins
GE Capital
Goodlass Nerolac Ltd
Office tiger.com
Vetri Software
Hyundai Motors Ltd
CG - Vak
ICICI Lombard
Tata Housing
India Construction.com
Food World

Educational Streams
Bharathiar University has affiliated several institutions (Arts and Science Colleges, Colleges of Education, Management Institutions, Air Force Administration College and College of Physical Education) under its banner. Courses spanning Arts, Commerce and Science disciplines are imparted by the university. To encourage and motivate young scholars, research fellowships are offered. Students pursuing PhD programmes in the University receive fellowships from UGC, CSIR and other agencies. The University has introduced choice based credit system in the curriculum of PG courses from the academic year 2001-2002. This system was introduced to offer flexibility in the choice of courses to students. School of Distance Education (SDE), established during the academic year 1991-92, has set up more than 100 centres spread over several states as study centres-cum spot admission centres.

Bharathiar University provides hostel accommodation for girls and boys. There are separate hostels for girls (research scholars and PG students) and boys (only research scholars). All the hostels are equipped with basic and modern facilities along with attached guest rooms to accommodate the guests. Other infrastructural facilities include health centre, fitness centre, women's care centre, ST/ST welfare cell and planning and development cell. A post-office, an extension service counter of the Bank of India also functions in the premises of the University campus.

* Bharathiar School of Management and Entrepreneur Development
* Bio-Technology
* Bioinformatics
* Botany
* Chemistry
* Computer Science
* Commerce
* Economics
* Educational Technology
* Environmental Sciences
* Extension, Career Guidance and Students Welfare
* Linguistics
* Mathematics
* Physical Education
* Physics
* Population Studies
* PsychologY
* Statistics
* Sociology
* Tamil
* Zoology
* Academic Staff College


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NCTE appeal order for Bharathiar University Coimbatore

Hans Bhawan, Wing II, 1, Bahadurshah Zafar Marg, New Delhi - 110002


WHEREAS the appeal of Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu dated 08-06-2010 is against the Order No. SRO-NCTE-M.Ed-DE-201018357 dated 13-04-2010 of the Southern Regional Committee, rejecting its application for recognition for conducting M.Ed- DE course on the ground “The application does not fulfill the pre-requisite conditions including DEC approval for grant of recognition to the M.Ed. course through Distance Education mode.”

AND WHEREAS the Correspondent, Bharathiar University (hereinafter referred to as the appellant), preferred an appeal dated 08-06-2010 to the National Council for Teacher Education, New Delhi (hereinafter referred to as the Council) under Section 18 of the NCTE Act, 1993 against the said Order.

AND WHEREAS Dr. N. Balasubramanian, Prof. and Head, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu presented the case of the appellant institution on 16.08.10. In the appeal and during personal presentation it was submitted that the Regional Committee failed to mention the need for the DEC's approval for M.Ed. Distance Education Programme in the deficiency letter (vide NCTE letter No.F.SRO-NCTE-2009-2010-17160,dated 04.11.2009).

Again, it was also informed to them that the inspection could be done for grant of M.Ed. Distance Education Programme in due course (vide NCTE Letter No.FSRO-NCTE-2010- 2011-18209 dated 06.04.2010).

AND WHEREAS the Council noted that as per the norms and standards prescribed by NCTE, before applying for recognition for M.Ed. course through open and distance learning system, an institution was required to prepare self-learning material in print and non-print, duly certified by the Distance Education Council (DEC). The Bharathiar University did not fulfill this requirement and, therefore, the Council was of the view that application of the university for recognition of M.Ed. course through open and distance learning system was rejected by the SRC, Bengaluru for valid reasons and, thus, there was no ground to accept the appeal. The Council further noted that the university was granted recognition for B.Ed. course through Open and Distance Learning System by the SRC vide order dt. 24.12.08 from the academic session 2009-10 and, thus, the university would complete the mandatory
requirement of completing three academic sessions only in 2012-13 after which only it would become eligible for applying for recognition for new course in teacher education.

Thus, even otherwise, the university was not eligible for applying for recognition for M.Ed. course through Open and Distance Learning System, as of now.

AND WHEREAS after perusal of documents, memorandum of appeal, affidavit and after considering oral arguments advanced during hearing, the Council reached the conclusion that there was no ground to accept the appeal and hence it should be rejected. Accordingly, the appeal was rejected and NRC’s order dated 13-04-10 rejecting the application of Bharathiar University was confirmed.

NOW THEREFORE, the Council hereby confirms the Order appealed against.

(S.V.S. Chaudhary)
Vice – Chairperson

1. The Registrar, Bharathiar University, Maruthamalai Road, Coimbatore - 641046, Tamilnadu
2. The Secretary, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of School Education and Literacy, Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi.
3. Regional Director, Southern Regional Committee, 1st Floor, CSD Building, HMT Post, Jalahali, Bangalore - 560 031.
4. PS to Chairperson
5. The Secretary, Education (looking after Teacher Education) Government of Tamilnadu, Chennai.

Record placement from Bharatiyar University

Coimbatore, May 10 Bharathiar University here created a sort of national record when BPO Servics giant, TCS placed 758 final year UG students from its affiliated colleges in the recently held placement season. The 758 offers were made among 7,981 students screened by TCS, during their visit to different colleges of the Unviersity in January and as many as 1,168 students cleared the aptitude test in the first round.

However only 65 per cent of the students got placement after the personal interview round. At a function organised to induct the new recruits, Ranjan Bandyopadhyay, Global Head, Human Resources, TCS BPO Services, said that there should be a strong element of gaming in the curriculum to make students employable.

Lecturers breathe a sigh as court order asks private colleges to pay as per University Grants Commission scale

COIMBATORE: A recent order by the Madras High Court has upheld a circular issued by the Bharathiar University in 2007 which demanded private colleges to pay within the salary scale prescribed by the University Grants Commission (UGC) to its lecturers.

In the circular, the university had demanded certain norms to be followed by colleges, and one among them was that the colleges should pay the college lecturers salaries as per the UGC scale.

Lecturers breathe a sigh as court order asks private colleges to pay as per University Grants Commission scale

COIMBATORE: A recent order by the Madras High Court has upheld a circular issued by the Bharathiar University in 2007 which demanded private colleges to pay within the salary scale prescribed by the University Grants Commission (UGC) to its lecturers.

In the circular, the university had demanded certain norms to be followed by colleges, and one among them was that the colleges should pay the college lecturers salaries as per the UGC scale.

Varsities can impose conditions for affiliation: High Court

Under the conditions for affiliation, a university can certainly impose conditions which are required to have academic excellence in the matter of running private affiliated colleges, the Madras High Court has said.

It is not clear how those conditions could affect the rights of the managements to run the institutions, the court said, while dismissing writ petitions by the Association of Self-Financing Arts, Science and Management Colleges of Tamil Nadu, Coimbatore, which challenged circulars of the Bharathiar University, Coimbatore in 2007.

In February and September 2007, the university directed the affiliated colleges to have college committees and the procedure by which the committees should conduct the proceedings and constitution of the college council. It prescribed the norms for appointing the teaching staff.

The university had directed the colleges to fulfil certain norms for their affiliation. A condition related to managements paying UGC scales of pay for teachers and other staff engaged by them.

In the counter, the university cited a Supreme Court ruling which said the universities granting affiliation could lay down standards and conditions of affiliation.

Justice K.Chandru said some of the conditions found in the circular were in the Tamil Nadu Private Colleges (Regulation) Act. But that in no way affected the private colleges rights because what had been set out in the conditions of affiliation such as forming a college committee and appointment of staff were found in the law. Therefore, the colleges could not take exception to the university reminding them about their obligations under the law.

The colleges in order to prepare the students for obtaining their degree from the university, which was recognised by the UGC, were bound to comply with the conditions of recognition of the UGC. Further, payment of salary to teachers on a par with UGC pay scales was a condition imposed by the UGC.

HC upholds varsity order on salaries in private colleges

CHENNAI: A set of administrative norms prescribed by Bharathiyar University for self-financing colleges cannot be interfered with as they do not affect the rights of college managements in any manner, the Madras high court has said.

Justice K Chandru, dismissing a writ petition filed by the Association of Self-Financing Arts and Science Management Colleges of Tamil Nadu on Tuesday, said the colleges could not find fault with the university for reminding them about their obligation under law. The matter relates to two circulars issued by the university in 2007, prescribing norms such as salaries to staff members under UGC pay scale, constitution of college committees and councils for better management of the institution. Besides, it wanted the colleges to build separate hostels for boys and girls.

Assailing the guidelines, the association contended that they affected the rights of the managements to run educational institutions.

Upholding the legality of the impugned guidelines, Justice Chandru said the university could certainly impose conditions required for academic excellence. Pointing out that some of the conditions in the circular were already stated in the Tamil Nadu Private Colleges (Regulation) Act, the judge said the university was only re-stating the provisions it found in the act.

Conditions for affiliation, such as forming a college committee and appointment of staff, were already found in the act, he said, dismissing the writ petition of the association.

farmers barge into varsity campus; seek immediate release of

compensation for land Coimbatore, June 19 (PTI): About 400 farmers under the leadership of Lok Sabha CPI-M MP P R Natarajan today barged into Bharathiar University Campus, demanding immediate distribution of compensation for land acquired 30 years ago. The farmers said government has acquired 994 acres from them in 1982 to set up the University, promising them good compensation. They said they had moved the High Court after Government failed to compensate them, following which the court had ordered payment of Rs 120 crore as compensation, which so far have not been implemented Police said the farmers barged into the campus in a bid to exert pressure on the government over the issue. Senior district officials, including the RDO rushed to the spot and held discussions with the MP and farmers leaders. The farmers dispersed after officials promised them that the issue would be decided in three months, they said. PTI NVM

Land compensation: farmers protest at Bharathiar University

COIMBATORE: The functioning of Bharathiar University was disrupted on Tuesday when farmers affiliated to Tamil Nadu Vyavasayigal Sanghom organized a sit in protest in front of the main building of the institution seeking fair compensation for the land they had given up in the 80s.

Over 700 members of the sanghom, a wing of the CPM, had blocked entry in the building since morning and shouted slogans after barging inside the cabin of the vice-chancellor. The protestors remained there till evening and warned that they would occupy vacant lands in the university compound soon if they were not fairly compensated.

MP PR Natarajan, who inaugurated the protest, announced that they would continue to protest until justice was served. He alleged the authorities had been cheating more than 1200 farmers when they acquired 994 acres of their land three decades ago for just Rs 1,000 per acre.

Though a district sub-court had directed the government way back in October 2007 to pay 2,700 per cent, no action had been taken. Natarajan also said farmers would take legal action to ensure the government returns their land if they are not compensated adequately.

Present market value of the acquired land is several crores of rupees. Most of the land acquired is still lying vacant and the authorities are indifferent to our demands, said VP Elangovan, president of the sanghom in his address.

The government should have compensated us anywhere between Rs 3,000 and Rs 7,000 per acre. Instead, they approached the court to delay the process. Now, they are not honouring the court verdict too, Elangovan said.

The court has now ordered an increase in the compensation by Rs 2,600 per cent. The amount is yet to reach us. We will intensify the strike in the coming days, he said. Many have died without seeing the compensation due to them, he added.

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