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Deen dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh
Address:Civil Lines
Gorakhpur
Uttar Pradesh, India
Pin Code : 273009


Deen dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur Uttar Pradesh is a University recognised by UGC. Status: State University.

Deen dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur Uttar Pradesh is also known as University of Gorakhpur.


Deen dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur Uttar Pradesh is situated in Gorakhpur of Uttar Pradesh state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Fax # of Deen dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur Uttar Pradesh is 0552-2223892, 0551-2340459.

Website of Deen dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur Uttar Pradesh is www.ddugu.edu.in.

Vice Chancellor : Phone : 0551-2330767 / 2340458 ( R ), vicechancellor@ddugu.edu.in.

Registrar : Phone : 0551-2340363 / 2204507 ( R ), registrar@ddugu.edu.in.


Contact Details of Deen dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur Uttar Pradesh are : Telephone: +91-522-2220494
Tel : 0551-2330767, 2340458, 2220324, 2225911
EPABX : 2335201 / 2336630 / 2340459

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Dalit icon Mayawati becomes focus of scholars research

Deoria (Uttar Pradesh): Apart from being an icon for millions of Indias Dalits, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati has now also become a topic of research for doctorate in philosophy (PhD).Nagendra Kumar, 31, a teacher at a college here, has completed his PhD that was centred on Mayawati.It took me over three years to complete my research work, Nagendra Kumar, who has been awarded the PhD for his research on Role of Mayawati in Uttar Pradesh politics, told reporters Monday in Deoria, some 350 km from Lucknow.The teacher, who prefers not to share information about his research work, said: I can only tell you that my research work that runs into 881 pages covers most of the aspects of Mayawatis life.A major part of my work concentrates on the meteoric rise of Mayawati due to her much-talked about social engineering that helped her regain power in 2007, and that too with an absolute majority, he said.

In the research I have tried to focus on Mayawatis strategy for not limiting herself as a leader of the Dalits… By her social remix that involved Brahmins and others from upper castes, she managed to project herself as a leader of the masses, said the teacher.

Nagendra Kumar, who teaches civics in Deorias Krishi Inter College, has completed his PhD from Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gorakhpur University in Gorakhpur. He was awarded the PhD in the first week of this month.For his research work, the teacher, who himself is a Dalit, tried his best to meet Mayawati but could not.I came to Lucknow three times with the desire of meeting the chief minister… I even had a questionnaire ready every time. But, citing her (Mayawatis) hectic schedule, the officials did not allow me to meet the chief minister.Several leaders and ministers of the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) government led by Mayawati helped Nagendra Kumar by providing him information that he required.I will not name the ministers, but its true that they helped me a lot in my research work… Through them I came to know many interesting facts about Mayawati, he said.

About University

The University of Gorakhpur is a teaching and residential-cum-affiliating University. It is situated at a distance of about 2 kilometers form the downtown to the east and almost walking distance from railway station to the south. Although the idea of residential University at Gorakhpur was first mooted by Dr. C.J. Chako, the then Principal of St. Andrews College, then under Agra University, who initiated post-graduate and undergraduate science teaching in his college, the idea got crystallized and took concrete shape by the untiring efforts of Late Pt. S.N.M. Tripathi. The proposal was accepted in principle by the first Chief Minister of U.P., Late Pt. Govind Ballabh Pant, but it was only in 1965 that the University came into existence by an act passed by the U.P. Legislature. It actually started functioning since September 1, 1957, when the faculties of Arts, Commerce, Law and Education were started. In the following year, 1958, the faculty of science came into being. Faculties of Engineering, Medicine and Agriculture came into existence in later years. Late Mahant Digvijay Nath also made valuable contribution in the formation of the University. The Madan Mohan Malviya Engineering College.

At one stage the federal jurisdiction of the University was spread over colleges in Gorakhpur and the adjoining erstwhile twelve districts with about 125 affiliated colleges. In 1973, when the Gorakhpur University Act was replaced by uniform piece of legislation called the U.P. Universities Act, about two dozed colleges located in five districts were transferred to the newly created Avadh University with headquarters at Faizabad. The jurisdiction of the Gorakhpur University was drastically curtailed further in its headquarters at Jaunpur. At present, with the establishment of new colleges and the creation of new districts, there are 123 colleges located in five districts of Gorakhpur Division.

In the beginning the University had its own teething troubles. But due to the zeal, untiring efforts and foresight of its founding fathers and the then faculty members, it has come of age having completed more than forty years of a most meaningful existence. It now has neat and attractive campus spread over an area of about 300 acres with well-planned teaching and residential campuses. In the beginning the University was housed in two buildings the Pant Block (inaugurated by late Pt. Pant) and the Majithia Block (named after Sir Surendra Singh Majithia, who made a significant donation to the building through his family trust). Several other buildings came up during the following decades : they include the Central Library, the Arts Block, the Administrative Block, the Law Faculty, a Student's Union building, a Gymnasium hall, a Health Centre, a Computer Centre and Research Buildings for Chemistry, Zoology, and Botany. Besides, there are separated Buildings for Commerce and Education Faculties and also for Home, Science, Geography, Psychology, Sociology, Hindi, Ancient History, Fine Arts and Music, Political Science and Adult Education. A huge building comprising several big rooms besides and imposing auditorium, referred to as Deeksha Bhavan, presently houses the separate girls' wing for the undergraduate classes along with its use as an examination centre. Two separate building housing a branch of Allahabad Bank and a sub-Post Office are also part of the University. Samajiki Manviki Bhawan - was built about seven years ago. Besides the general maintenance and repair work, and the general beautification of the campus on a large scale, some hectic construction activities are also currently going on in the University. Buildings of Department of Business Management and of Biotechnology have been constructed. Additional lecture halls have been added in the Arts Faculty Building.

In the residential zone, we have more than 125 quarters for teachers and officials of the University and about the same number of the non-teaching staff. There are several hostels - four boys and one complex with three wings for the girls' - which have facilities of reading-cum-TV room, games, etc. The students living in the city are attached to the Delegacy which looks after their interests and provides facilities to them in extra-curricular activities.

The academic culture of the University evolved out the cross fertilization of diverse traditions of teaching and research. The seniors who gave a start to the institution came from varying University backgrounds. What has thus been delivered to us is a most liberal tradition of academic pursuit, a tradition rich in content and intellectual stimulating. True to our motto, we have always believed in the free quest of knowledge and have consistently refused to live under anything like an inbred orthodoxy. Among the illustrious faculty members who distinguished themselves in their own fields were elevated as Vice Chancellor and served more than once are.

Prof. Mehrotra, R.C. for Allahabad & Delhi Universities
Prof. Mishra, R.S. for Kanpur and Lucknow Universities
Prof. Pandey, G.C. for Allahabad and Rajasthan Universities
Prof. Rastogi, R.P. for B.H.U. for two successive terms
Prof. Sharma, D. for Gorakhpur and Indore Universities
Prof. Agrawal, R.P. of Rajasthan University, Jaipur
Prof. Banerjee A.C. of Avadh University, Faizabad
Prof. Bisen, B.B.S. of Rohilkhand University, Barelilly
Prof. Nagendra S.P. of Lucknow University, Lucknow
Prof. Sanyal N.K. of U.P.R.T. Open University, Allahabad
Prof. Singh. R.A. of Avadh University, Faizabad
Prof. Singh. U.P. of Purvanchal University, Jaunpur
Dr. Tiwari C.B. of Meerut University, Meerut

Other names in this glorious line of distinguished academicians are of Prof. H.S. Chaudhari, Prof. V.S. Pathak and Prof. R.M. Misra who became Vice Chancellor of our University. Prof. M.Verma, Prof. Veermani Upadhyay, Prof. K.S. Bhagava, Prof. L.B. Tripathi, Prof. M. Ilahi and Prof. A.K. Mittal also adorned the Chair of Vice Chancellor for shorter tenures.

We feel proud to mention that Prof. Hiralal Singh ,Dr. G. Rasul, Prof. R.P. Bahadur, Prof. H.S. Srivastava, Prof. R.B. Tiwari, Prof. V. Chatterjee, Prof. K.B. Lal, Prof. U.R. Rai, Prof. L.B. Tripathi, Prof. Kamal, have been the torch-bearers of our University in the earlier days. Prof. Pratap Singh, Prof. N.K. Sanyal and Prof. R.A. Singh and Prof. L.N. Tripathi were offered the prestigious position of the Chairman of U.P. Higher Education Services Commission (Allahabad), which they served with distinction.

Among the present generation of the university teachers there is a distinguished band of scholars many of whom have received national and international recognition. Many of our alumni have also brought laurels to the University in various areas, both in the country and abroad. They are holding important positions in academic, administrative, legal, professional, military and political fields as well as in sports and games. Late V.B. Singh (Ex Chief Minister of U.P) and Late Kalp Nath Rai (Central Minister) were the alumni of this university. Ex Chief Minister of U.P. Sri Raj Nath Singh is also the alumni of the Physics Department of Gorakhpur University.

Besides the conventional courses, the University offers several other courses in Business management, Computer Science, M.Sc. in Electronics, Diplomas in Photography, PG Diploma in Computer Science, diplomas in public administration, labour law, journalism are some of the more prominent ones. A few courses of topical interest where introduced :

Industrial Microbiology (1999), Industrial Chemistry and Home Science at the Under Graduate level, and Biotechnology at the Post Graduate level.

Remedial courses for SC and ST are also being organized. There is also an Employment Guidance Bureau to help and advice students in seeking employment. Study centres of the Indira Gandhi National Open University and of UPRT open University also function in the University and for those who, for one reason or the other, are unable to pursue higher studies in the conventional set up. The university has National Service Schemes besides having the Army, Air and Naval Wings of the N.C.C. Sports activities are organized by the Athletic Association headed by a university teacher who is helped by a team of teachers, students and staff appointed for this purpose. It is doing very well in some of the games and sports. Recently the University has been credited with B++ level by the NAAC team of UGC, New Delhi.

Thus, by any reckoning the performance of the University during the last fifty years has been quite good, justifiable the University community can speak today of its own tradition and its own identity. However, one should not loose sight of the fact that institution building is a difficult and painful exercise and perhaps it is even more difficult to maintain and advance the standards already once achieved. A lot of hard work had to be done by the Founding Society before persuading the Government to bring forward a legislation to establish a University at Gorakhpur. The untiring efforts and the devotion of all those grand men, who mooted the idea of the university and saw through its foundation, bringing higher education within easy reach of millions of people of his region, is gratefully acknowledge.

Introduction

Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gorakhpur University. The Deen Dayal Upadhyay University of Gorakhpur, also known as Gorakhpur University, is a residential-cum-affiliating University located in Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh. Though the University started functioning from 1st September 1957 with four faculties of Arts, Commerce, Law and Education, it was officially established in 1965 by an Act of the Uttar Pradesh legislature. The Faculty of Science was instituted in 1958 which was progressively followed the faculties of Engineering, Medicine and Agriculture.

At one stage the federal jurisdiction of the University was spread over colleges in Gorakhpur and the adjoining erstwhile twelve districts with about 125 affiliated colleges. In 1973, when the Gorakhpur University Act was replaced by uniform piece of legislation called the U.P. Universities Act, about two dozed colleges located in five districts were transferred to the newly created Avadh University with headquarters at Faizabad. The jurisdiction of the Gorakhpur University was drastically curtailed further in its headquarters at Jaunpur. At present, with the establishment of new colleges and the creation of new districts, there are 123 colleges located in five districts of Gorakhpur Division.

The University of Gorakhpur is a teaching and residential-cum-affiliating University. It is situated at a distance of about 2 kilometers form the downtown to the east and almost walking distance from railway station to the south. Although the idea of residential University at Gorakhpur was first mooted by Dr. C.J. Chako, the then Principal of St. Andrews College, then under Agra University, who initiated post-graduate and undergraduate science teaching in his college, the idea got crystallized and took concrete shape by the untiring efforts of Late Pt. S.N.M. Tripathi. The proposal was accepted in principle by the first Chief Minister of U.P., Late Pt. Govind Ballabh Pant, but it was only in 1965 that the University came into existence by an act passed by the U.P. Legislature. It actually started functioning since September 1, 1957, when the faculties of Arts, Commerce, Law and Education were started. In the following year, 1958, the faculty of science came into being. Faculties of Engineering, Medicine and Agriculture came into existence in later years. Late Mahant Digvijay Nath also made valuable contribution in the formation of the University.

Profile of University

The Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gorakhpur University came into existence in the year 1965 by the UP Legislature Assembly. But the University actually started functioning since 1957 when the faculties of Arts, Commerce, Law and Education were established. Faculties of Engineering, Medicine and Agriculture also came into existence in the following years.

A residential cum affiliating university, the Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gorakhpur University is located is located in Gorakhpur at Uttar Pradesh. In the year 1965, the University was set up by an Act passed by the Uttar Pradesh legislature. It started functioning from 1st September 1957. Initially, the functioning University started with only four faculties, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Commerce, Faculty of Law and the Faculty of Education. In the year 1958, the Faculty of Science came up. Gradually the Faculties of Engineering, Medicine and Agriculture came up. The territorial jurisdiction of the University extends over five districts of the Gorakhpur Division and there are nearly one hundred and twenty three colleges under its wing.

Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gorakhpur University (Gorakhpur) Spread over an area of 300 acres, the campus houses teaching and residential campuses. Initially, the University was spread in two buildings. The Pant Block and the Majithia Block. Several other buildings have come up in recent years. The other buildings are the Central Library, the Arts Block, the Administrative Block, the Law Faculty, a Student`s Union building, a Gymnasium hall, a Health Centre, a Computer Centre and Research Buildings for Chemistry, Zoology, and Botany. There are other buildings for Commerce and Education Faculties and also for the faculties of Home, Science, Geography, Psychology, Sociology, Hindi, Ancient History, Fine Arts and Music, Political Science and Adult Education.

The University aims to provide quality education, excellent research and good infrastructure for, stimulating the pursuit of knowledge. The University has an excellent faculty who are eminent personalities in their respective fields.

The Deen Dayal Upadhaya is a residential cum affiliating university, situates at Gorakhpur.

Deendayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur University
Address : Deendayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur University
Gorakhpur - 273 009 Uttar Pradesh

Type : State University

Tel : 0551-2330767, 2340458, 2220324, 2225911

EPABX : 2335201 / 2336630

Website : http://www.ddugu.edu.in

Vice Chancellor : Phone : 0551-2330767 / 2340458 ( R )

Fax : 0551-2340459

E-Mail : vicechancellor@ddugu.edu.in

Registrar : Phone : 0551-2340363 / 2204507 ( R )

E-Mail : registrar@ddugu.edu.in

History

The present form of Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gorakhpur University has been attained by the untiring efforts of Dr CJ Chako, the then Principal of St Andrews College. Firstly, it had been established as a college under Agra University with post-graduate and undergraduate science teaching courses in 1957. In the beginning the University was housed in two buildings the Pant Block (inaugurated by late Pt. Pant) and the Majithia Block (named after Sir Surendra Singh Majithia, who made a significant donation to the building through his family trust). Several other buildings came up during the following decades.

Deendayal Upadhyay Gorakhpur University was established in 1965 under an act passed by the UP government. An NAAC accredited B++ university, it takes care of the higher education needs of the people of Eastern Uttar Pradesh. The academic culture of the University has evolved out the cross fertilization of diverse traditions of teaching and research.

Chancellors Profile

His Excelency Shri. B. L. Joshi
His Excelency born in a small Rajasthan village, Shri B. L. Joshi began his career in 1957 with the police service in Rajasthan and moved to the Govt. of India in 1962. During a long service career, Shri Joshi worked in different administrative positions including in the Ministry of Home Affairs, with Prime Ministers - Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri and Smt. Indira Gandhi, with the High Commissions of India at Islamabad and London, and with the Embassy of India at Washington D.C. He took voluntary retirement from the I.P.S. in 1991 and got involved in social work.

Shri Joshi moved to the United States of America in 1993, where he was Director with two large American Companies and also as Executive Director of an NGO located in California, which awards scholarships to bright and needy students in India. On his return from the U.S. in March 2000, Shri Joshi was appointed as 'Member' of the Rajasthan State Human Rights Commission, a position equivalent to a High Court Judge, where he worked for four years. He assumed the post of the Lt. Governor of Delhi on 09 June, 2004 and relinquished this responsibility on being appointed the Governor of Meghalaya in April 2007. In October 2007, he was appointed Governor of the State of Uttarakhand. Shri Joshi has travelled< strong> extensively in India and abroad. He takes keen interest in social work and is also associated with several social service groups and agencies.

Address for Correspondance:
Raj Bhawan(Governor House), Lucknow

Vice Chancellors Profile

Prof. S. L. Malik- The Vice-Chancellor
D.D. U. Gorakhpur University

Name : Prof. (Dr.) S. L. Malik
Father's Name : Shri A. D. Malik
Nationality : Indian
Place and Date of Birth : Mumbai: February 19, 1951
Marital Status : Married
Current Position : Vice-Chancellor (since June 2009)

Academic Qualifications
M. Sc. Anthropology 1972 First in Delhi University
Ph. D. Anthropology from Delhi University in 1976

Awards and Fellowships
University Gold Medal for being first in M. Sc. Anthropology, Delhi University
Alexander Von Humboldt fellow (Germany)
Junior, Senior and Post-Doctoral Fellow (UGC), Pool Officer (CSIR)
National Scholar (DO Ed, GOI

Editorial Experience
Editor, Spectra of Anthropological Progress
Executive Editor, Journal of Human Ecology
Executive Editor, Journal of Social Sciences
Managing Editor,The Anthropologist

Professional Memberships
Life Member, Indian Anthropological Association
Life Member, Ethnographic and Folk Culture Society
Founder Member, Indian Society for Human Ecology
Associate Member, Current Anthropology
Member, Governing Body, Exercise Fitness and Health Alliance

Research Projects
Research Interests
Human Ecology, High altitude adaptation, Human growth and Development, Physiological Anthropology, Ergonomics

Research Supervision
Ph.D. Nine (Awarded);
M. Phil Three (Awarded)

Academic Offices Held
President, Indian Society for Human Ecology

Administrative Experience
Member, Technical Advisory committee, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata
Coordinator, M. Phil. Committee, Department of Anthropology, DU
Member, Faculty of Medicine, Punjabi University
Member, M. Phil. Committee, School of Environmental studies, DU
Member,Board of Studies in Physiotherapy and Sport Sciences, Punjabi Uni.
Member, Advisory committee, Special Assistance Program (UGC) at Department of Anthropology, Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati
Member, Advisory/ Executive committee, Special Assistance Program (UGC) at Department of Anthropology, University of Delhi
Governing body of Mansarovar Hostel, University of Delhi
Convener of the Standing committee for Post-graduate and Under-graduate Science Meritorious Award of University of Delhi
'Observer' for various examinations conducted by Delhi University, for over two decades

Research Articles
More than 75 Research Articles are published in reputed National and International Journals, including in:

American Journal of Physical Anthropology
Annals of Human Biology
Human Biology
American Journal of Human Biology
Current Anthropology
Indian Anthropologist
Journal of Human Ecology

Co-authors (Selected)
Hans W. Jurgens (Germany) , O.G. Eiben (Hungary)
K. Helbig (Germany), I. P. Singh (India)
Napoleon Wolanski (Poland) , Roland Hauspie (Belgium)
V. P. Chopra (Germany) , S.C. Tiwari (India)

Books
Aspects of Human Ecology. Northern Book Centre, Delhi, 1986 (jointly with DK Bhattacharya)
* Contemporary Studies in Human Ecology: Human Factor, Resource Management and Development. Indian Society for Human Ecology, New Delhi, 1998 (jointly Edited with MK Bhasin)
* The Science of Man in Service of Man. Department of Anthropology, University of Delhi, Delhi. 2001 (jointly Edited with MK Bhasin)
* Anthropology: Trends and Applications. Kamla-Raj Enterprises, New Delhi 2002 (jointly Edited with MK Bhasin)

Address for Correspondance:
Vice Chancellor
Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gorakhpur University
Gorakhpur (UP)-273009, INDIA
E-mail : vc@ddugu.edu.in

Research Areas

Department Of Physics
In the beginning research facilities in the field of molecular spectroscopy and the luminescence were developed and a number beginning in the field of semiconductor devices, polymer studies and theoretical studies in the field of exact solutions of Einstein field equations were also carried out. With growing numbers of teaching staff, studies in the field of crystal structure using X-ray techniques, investigations in the field of liquid crystals and biomolecules, experimental studies in solar physics and categorization of stars, studies of stellar matter particularly black holes and galactic clusters were undertaken. A strong group in the field of supersonic conductors, dielectric polarization, absorption and dispersion studies and rare earth oxides were also developed in the mid seventies. Studies in the field of thin-film solar energy conversion devices, Organic semiconductors and currently multilayer and nanostructure materials and devices have been developed.

FOCO Pendulam in Department Of Physics for Astro Physics Research

A group in Biophysics is studying transcription in DNA molecules and junction of these molecules. This group is also carrying out conformal mapping of biomolecules using X-ray techniques and NMR investigations. Another group in the field of Particle Physics is also active and is engaged in collaborative programme with CERN, Germany. Most of the faculty members after having their training in the country have worked in renowned research laboratories and centres of theoretical studies abroad. There are many Humboldt and DAAD fellows, post doctoral fellows is SIDA, Sweden and ICTP, Italy and others have either worked under academic exchange programmes or invitation programmes.

Department Of Mathematics & Statistics
At present research is being done in the field of Theory of Relativity, Differential Geometry, Fluid Dynamics, Special Functions, Summability Theory, Functional Analysis, Differentiable Manifolds, Number Theory, and Graph Theory and in Statistics - Bayesian inference, Life Testing, Reliability Theory Demography etc. The Department of Mathematics and Statistics has made great strides. In the last few years the number of students from undergraduate to research level has considerably increased.

Department Of Chemisrty
The Department of Chemistry, D.D.U. Gorakhpur University, since its inception, has been recognized at the National and International level for its quality teaching & research. It was established in 1958 with Late Prof. S.C. Tripathi as its founder member and Prof. Mehrotra (April 1958 to July 1962) as its first Head of the department. Prof. K.C. Joshi was Reader, Head of the department for a short period (August, 1962 - Sept. 1962) after which Prof. R. P. Rastogi (Oct. 1962 to April 1985) took over the leadership of the department. In subsequent years, the department got the leadership of Late Prof. S.C. Tripathi (April, 1985 to Feb. 1987), Prof. S. Giri (Feb.,1987 to March 1996), Prof. R.R. Yadav (March 1996 to Jan. 1998 ), Prof. Kehar Singh (Jan. 1998 to Sept. 1998), Prof. J. Nath, (Sept. 1998 to March, 1999), Prof. B.L. Dubey (March 1999 to April, 1999), Prof. N. B. Singh (April 1999 to July 2003) , Prof. M. L. Srivastava (july2003 to septemer2007)and currently Prof. K.D.S.Yadav is heading the department.

Hostels
Sant Kabir Hostel

Gautam Buddha Hostel

Vivekanand Hostel

Nath Chandravat Hostel

Ladies Hostel

Educational Streams

Comprehending needs of learners, the university provides appropriate faculty and ample infrastructure to its learners in different area of higher education. Courses are available on different levels with the unique strategy of teaching-learning process. Under Graduate Admission is based on Entrance Test. Reservation is available as per UP State Government norms. The Electronic Data Processing Cell (EDP) helps to implement an efficient and transparent system. The curriculum is updated at regular intervals, keeping it at sync with needs of the modern times.

Facilities
Hostels are provided separately to male and female students. Guest house, Library, Laboratories and workshops are also provided to students. Central Library has large number of books in its stock, thus taking care of the educational needs of the students. Facilities like Gymnasium hall, Health Centre, and Computer Centre add to readiness of the university in providing the students proper infrastructure for education.

Faculties

* Faculty of Arts
* Faculty of Science
* Faculty of Commerce
* Faculty of Education
* Faculty of Law
* Faculty of Agriculture
* Faculty of Arts
* Faculty of Science
* Faculty of Commerce
* Faculty of Education
* Faculty of Law
* Faculty of Agriculture


Courses

Courses Offered By Our University
M. Phil. ---

Master of Philosophy (Psychology)

Post Graduate Courses ---
Master of Business Administration

Master of Law

Master of Library & Information Science

Master of Journalism & Mass Communication

Master of Education
M. Sc. in Mathematics

M. Sc. in Physics

M. Sc. in Chemistry

M. Sc. in Statistics

M. Sc. in Botany

M. Sc. in Zoology

M. Sc. in Bio-Technology

M. Sc. in Electronics

M. Sc. in Agriculture

M. Sc. in Home Science

M.A. in Home Science

M.A. in Sociology

M.A. in Psychology

M.A. in Geography

M.A. in Ancient History

M.A. in History

M.A. in Economics

M.A. in Political Science

M.A. in Hindi

M.A. in English

M.A. in Sanskrit

M.A. in Philosophy

M.A. in Urdu

M.A. in Defense Studies & Strategic Studies

M.A. in Performing Art

M.A. in Visual Art

M.A.. in Mathematics

Under Graduate Courses ---
Bachelor of Business Administration

Bachelor of Law

Bachelor of Library & Information Science

Bachelor of Journalism & Mass Communication

Bachelor of Education
B. Sc. In Computer Science

B. Sc. in Mathematics

B. Sc. in Physics

B. Sc. in Chemistry

B. Sc. in Statistics

B. Sc. in Botany

B. Sc. in Zoology

B. Sc. in Bio-Technology

B. Sc. in Electronics

B. Sc. in Agriculture

B. Sc. in Home Science

B.A. in Home Science

B.A. in Sociology

B.A. in Psychology

B.A. in Geography

B.A. in Ancient History

B.A. in History

B.A. in Economics

B.A. in Political Science

B.A. in Hindi

B.A. in English

B.A. in Sanskrit

B.A. in Philosophy

B.A. in Urdu

B.A. in Defense Studies & Strategic Studies

B.A. in Performing Art

B.A. in Visual Art

Diploma Courses ---
Diploma in Labour Law

Diploma in Yoga

Diploma in Photography

Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application

Post Graduate Diploma in Tourism & Tourism Management

Post Graduate Diploma in Digester & National Security Management

Post Graduate Diploma in Textile & Costume Designing

Colleges affiliated with this University

Total number of colleges affiliated with this University = 147
1 Abul Kalam Azad Educational Institute, Dumariaganj
2 Amit Mahavidyalaya, Amit Nagar
3 Amrit Lal Mahavidyalaya, Baikunthpur
4 APN College, Basti
5 Avrl Degree College, Githani
6 Awadh Centre of Education for Women, Karja Village
7 Ayt College Of Education, Ghatelaghaji
8 Baba Parwat Nath Mahavidyalaya, Parbata
9 Baba Raghav Das Bhagwan Das PG College (Mahila Mahavidyalaya), Deoria
10 Baba Raghav Das Bhagwan Das Post Graduate College, Asharam Barhaj
11 Babu Tahsildar Shahi Mahavidyalaya, Singha
12 Babua Jee Snatak Degree College, Pindi
13 Bagishwari Rambasi Mahila Degree College, Guruwalia
14 Bhagawant Pandey Mahavidyalaya, Bodarwar
15 Brahm Dutt Dwivedi Prabha Dwivedi Mahavidyalaya, Ramgar Chawani
16 Buddh Balika Degree College, Gautam Pali
17 Buddh Vidyapeeth Degree College, Naugarh
18 Buddha Degree College, Kedar Dham
19 Buddha Post Graduate College, Kushinagar
20 Chaudhary Charan Singh Mahavidyalaya, Bankata
21 Chaudhary Charan Singh Mahavidyalaya, Pandavnagar
22 Chaudhary Mahaveer Prasad Memorial Degree College, Birdpur
23 Chaudhary Ram Charitra Prameshwer Prasad Mahavidyalaya, Mudadih
24 Chhote Lal Damodar Prasad Sibban Lal Degree College, Bisokhor
25 Deenanath Pandey Government Girls Post Graduate College, Deoria
26 Defence College Of Commerce And Techinacal Management, Deoria
27 Dev Bandhu Mahavidyalaya, Nonapar
28 Devi Sharan Degree College, Parsauna
29 Dr Ram Manohar Lohia Mahavidyalaya, Nautanwa
30 Dr Ram Manohar Lohia Mahavidyalaya, Siddharth Nagar
31 Dr Ram Manohar Lohia Mahavidyalaya, Satrao
32 Dulari Devi Mahavidyalaya, Bhikhampur
33 Government Degree College, Rudhauli
34 Government Degree College, Indupur
35 Government Degree College, Dumariaganj
36 Government Degree College, Pachwas
37 Government Mahila Degree College, Khalilabad
38 Government Mahila Degree College, Salempur
39 Government Mahila Degree College, Harraiya
40 GPS Degree College, Khalilabad
41 Hira Lal Ram Niwas Post Graduate Degree College, Khalilabad
42 Hiraman Mhatam Mahavidyalaya, Maduwadih
43 Indrasan Singh Swatantrata Sangram Senani Rajkia Mahavidyalaya, Pachwas
44 Indrashan Shiksha Shansathan Degree College, Demushaghati
45 Indu Devi Rampati Mahila Degree College, Kushinagar
46 Janata Vaidik Degree College, Mehdawal
47 Janki Prasad Chaudhari Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Katudha
48 Jawaharlal Nehru Smarak Post Graduate College, Maharajganj
49 Jaya Ram Raj Upadhyay Balika Mahavidyalaya, Parshurampur
50 Kanya Mahavidyalaya, Gayghat
51 Khudaija Bibi Makhdoon Bux Girls Degree College, Deoria
52 Kisan Degree College, Kushinagar
53 Kisan Lt Training Degree College, Basti
54 Kisan Post Graduate College, Sewarahi
55 Krishna Paramhansh Mahavidyalaya, Bashiya
56 Laljee Rai Degree College, Rampur, Deoria
57 Lilawati Devi Balika Mahavidyalaya, Piprajham
58 LT Asharfi Lal Mahavidyalaya, Itauwa
59 Lt Bhagwant Patel Panmati Devi Mahavidyalaya, Chandarpur
60 LT Jagdish Prasad Smarak Mahavidyalaya, Devpur
61 Maa Suklee Devi Degree College, Shajaur
62 Madan Mohan Malviya College, kalakankar, Pratapgarh
63 Madhav Prasad Tripathi Rajkia Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Khalilabad
64 Mahanth Shyam Das Mahavidyalaya, Nebuwa Raiganj
65 Mahila Degree College, Basti
66 Manviki And Samajiki Mahavidyalaya, Basti
67 Maulana Azad Mahavidyalaya, Baital Kadirabad
68 Mohan Dhansira Mahavidyalaya, Jungle Belhar
69 Oriental Law Institute, Deoria
70 Parameshwar Mahavidyalaya, Nautan Hathiagarh
71 Paramhans Pal Mahavidyalaya, Gurlee
72 Prabha Devi Mahavidyalaya, Khalilabad
73 Prem Lata Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Achiya
74 Premi Devi Samaj Kalayan Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Padarauna
75 Pt Ambika Pratap Narain Degree College, Hariharpur
76 Pt Mahadev Shukla Krishak Post Graduate College, Gaur
77 Pt Surya Narayan Chaturvedi Vidhi Mahavidyalaya, Khalilabad
78 PY Degree College, Khaira Bhanpur
79 Radhika Devi Kailash Parsad Mahavidyalaya, Baluya Chhapar
80 Rainath Brahmdev Degree College, Salem Pur
81 Rajiv Gandhi Degree College, Nautanwa
82 Rajiv Gandhi Shiksha Mahavidyalaya, Paisia
83 Raksha Rao Rajnath Rao Mahavidyalaya, Narayanpur
84 Ram Adhare Chaurasia Mahavidyalaya, Bakainiha
85 Ram Bharose Pandey Mahila Degree College, Khjuria
86 Ram Dhani Singh Nahara Devi Government Degree College, Kaptanganj
87 Ram Gulam Rai Mahavidyalaya, Banakata
88 Ram Manohar Lohiya Mahavidyalaya, Deoria
89 Ram Manohar Lohiya Mahavidyalaya, Bhaluwani
90 Ram Naresh Smarak Degree College, Nagawa
91 Ram Prasad Singh Degree College, Maharajganj
92 Ramashankar Krishak Mahavidyalaya, Deoria
93 Ramji Sahay Degree College, Rudrapur
94 Ratan Sen Degree College, Bansi
95 Ravindra Kishore Sahi Government Degree College, Kundikhurd
96 Reshma Devi Mahavidyalaya, Amwa Sohanreeya
97 RP Yadav Mahavidyalaya, Mahulibazar
98 Sant Kabir Aacharaya Amrit Das Mahavidyalaya, Magahar
99 Sant Ramkrishan Pramhans Mahavidyalaya, Bashiya
100 Sant Vinoba College, Deoria
101 Santkabir Vidyapith Mahavidyalaya, Magahar
102 Sardar Patel Degree College, Bargadava
103 Sardar Patel Mahavidyalaya, Harrrya Bujurg
104 Sarvadanand Shandilya Yogeshwar Mahavidyalaya, Dumwalia
105 Saytanarayan Mahavidyalaya, Bharauli
106 Shamsuddin Ansari Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Abubakarnagar
107 Shanti Devi Memorial Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Divadhar
108 Shekh Shahid Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Madanpur
109 Shiv Harsh Kisan Post Graduate College, Basti
110 Shiv Shankar Chaturvedi Mahavidyalaya, Tumpar
111 Shivpati Degree College, Shohratgarh
112 Shree Bhagwan Mahavidyalayair Post Graduate College, Pawa Nagar
113 Shree Dukhharan Singh Mahavidyalaya, Vijay Nagar
114 Shri Mahavidyalayair Degree College, Kaptanganj
115 Shruti Kirti Boudh Kanya Mahavidyalaya, Barahaj
116 Shukdev Prasad Tripathi Mahavidyalaya, Bhathai
117 Siddiqui Ahamad Degree College, Distaulli
118 Sir Sayeed College Of Commerce And Management, Aurangabad
119 Smt Banni Devi Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Padarauna
120 Smt Draupadi Devi Tripathi Degree College, Rudrapur
121 Smt Kesha Devi Mahavidyalaya, Pakdi
122 Smt Shankar Dei Mahila Degree College, Ghanghata
123 Somnath Basdei Raghw Sharan Chaudhari Mahavidyalaya, Dhaurukhor
124 Sonpati Devi Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Maharajganj
125 Sri Akshayabar Singh Memorial Degree College, Natwa Jungle
126 Sri Guru Gorkshnath Mahavidyalaya, Ghughli
127 Sri Murlidhar Bhagwat Lal Mahavidyalaya, Kushinagar
128 Sri Ram Mahavidyalaya, Teliakala
129 Sri Ram Surya Mani Mahavidyalaya Mahuwa, Siddharth Nagar
130 Sri Samay Ji HA Mahavidyalaya, Gurudev Nagar (Jairam Patti)
131 Sri Sudama Yadav Mahavidyalaya, Pipraich Laxmipur
132 Sri Tara Chand Degree College, Dhanghata
133 SS Walayat Hussain Degree College, Sita Patti
134 St Andrews College, Gorakhpur
135 Sukhai Singh Mahavidyalaya, Pipra Gautam
136 Surya Baksh Pal Smarak Degree College, Bankati
137 Swami Devanand Post Graduate College, Mathlar
138 Swami Vivakanand Sewa Sansthan Mahavidyalaya, Deoria
139 Swargiya Ramlal Tripathi Mahavidyalaya, Pipara Shukla
140 Swarn Prabha Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Anand Nagar
141 Udit Narain Post Graduate College, Padrauna
142 Uma Maheswar Mahavidyalaya, Bhogipur
143 Veer Bahadur Singh Memorial Mahavidyalaya, Basdila
144 Vidya Singh Jagannath Singh Mahavidyalaya, Koni
145 Vidyarathi Degree College, Jagdishpur
146 Vijay Nath Ram Shekhar Mishra Mahavidyalaya, Chiutha
147 Viswanath Rai Kakand Degree College, Khukhundu


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