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Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda University, Howrah, West Bengal
Address:P.O. Belur Math, Distt Howrah
Howrah (District Howrah)
West Bengal, India
Pin Code : 711202


Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda University, Howrah West Bengal is a University recognised by UGC. Status: Deemed University.

Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda University, Howrah West Bengal is also known as Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Educational and Research Institute.


Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda University, Howrah West Bengal is situated in Howrah of West Bengal state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Fax # of Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda University, Howrah West Bengal is 33-2654-4346, 26544640.

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Website of Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda University, Howrah West Bengal is www.rkmvu.ac.in/.

Additional Information about Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda University, Howrah West Bengal is : Deemed University.

Vice Chancellor : vice_chancellor at rkmvu.ac.in.

Registrar : registrar@rkmvu.ac.in.


Contact Details of Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda University, Howrah West Bengal are : Tel : 33-2654-1144 or 33-2654-5391, 26549999


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PROFILE
PROFILE OF THE UNIVERSITY:

The Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India accorded permission to the Ramakrishna Mission to start a deemed [to be] university (under University Grants Commission Act) named Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Educational and Research Institute by a Gazette Notification dated 5 January 2005. Later, by another Notification of the UGC, the university was renamed as ‘ Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Univeristy. The formal inauguration of the university took place on 4 July 2005, Swami Vivekananda’s Mahasamadhi day. The first convocation of the university was held on 2 September 2006 at its first Specialised Faculty Centre at Coimbatore.

Swami Vivekananda envisioned that Belur Math would be a centre of great harmony and synthesis, not only of all religious beliefs and traditions, but also of arts and sciences and the various branches of knowledge, both secular and spiritual. It would be the centre of great spiritual and cultural awakening.

Aims and Objectives – The VisionThe present university is intended to actualize Swami Vivekananda’s fundamental educational ideas of imparting life building, man-making and character-building education by combining the best elements of the East and the West. The aim of the institute is to provide opportunities for education and research in the disciplines of arts sciences and spiritual studies. Value education will therefore be an essential component in all the courses.

Administrative Aspects: The University will be an international university that could operate through and from any of the branch-centres of Ramakrishna Mission in India and abroad. It is a cluster of institutions, all of them belonging to branches of Ramakrishna Mission, with headquarters at Belur Math.

The Major Thrust Areas: To start with, four major thrust areas were chosen because these have received little emphasis in any of the other conventional universities in India. They are thus the gap areas in which the present university would operate.

Disability Management and Special Education
Integrated Rural Development including Tribal Development
Indian Cultural & Spiritual Heritage and Value Education
Disaster Management including Relief and Rehabilitation.

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ABOUT Ramakrishna Mission
Ramakrishna Mission is a religious organisation with extensive philanthropic and charitable activities, started in 1897 by Swami Vivekananda. It has been silently serving the country in various spheres like education, health, relief and rehabilitation, propagation of Indian cultural and spiritual heritage, etc., through its many centres in India and abroad for over a century. These centres are branches of Ramakrishna Mission (hence called branch-centres) and function under the overall administrative control of the headquarters at Belur Math in the district of Howrah in West Bengal. Belur Math is an international place of pilgrimage to which hundreds of thousands of devotees and admirers throng all through the year. It was here that Swami Vivekananda spent his last days before he attained maha-samadhi (final passing away) on 4 July 1902.

Swami Vivekananda envisioned that Belur Math would be a centre of great harmony and synthesis, not only of all religious beliefs and traditions, but also of arts and sciences and the various branches of knowledge, both secular and spiritual. It would be the centre of great spiritual and cultural awakening. In fact, on 2 July 1902, just two days before he passed away, he prophesied, standing at the Belur Math grounds: “The spiritual impact that has come to Belur [Math] will last fifteen hundred years, and it will be a great university. Do not think I imagine it; I see it.” In another place, Swami Vivekananda clearly wrote: “Now, the aim is to gradually develop this Math into an all-round university”. What type of university Swami Vivekananda envisioned has been the subject of discussion, contemplation and debate among Swami Vivekananda’s followers over the decades. Following Swami Vivekananda we believe that Belur Math and all its large number of branch-centres the entire world over would be centres radiating the light of secular and spiritual education to dispel ignorance at all levels. The dedicated monks of Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission and the innumerable devotees and admirers of Ramakrishna-Vivekananda ideology, have always thought it their sacred duty to carry forward the torch of knowledge that their illustrious leader lit on the holy precincts of Belur Math and to spread the light of education all over the world.


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Aims and Objectives
Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda University, under the aegis of Ramakrishna Mission with Headquarters at Belur Math, Howrah, West Bengal, is a University declared by Government of India under Section 3 of University Grants Commission (UGC) Act, 1956. This paper briefly describes the institute, its aims and objectives, its distinctive features, its major thrust areas, etc. We end by asserting that this University has been conceived not as a mere movement for imparting character-building education to inculcate the fundamental values of truth, purity and unselfishness, nd to create educated men and women of impeccable integrity of character, wholesome human beings with head, heart and hand harmoniusly developed. Endowed with brilliant and luminious intellects, loving and overflowing compassionate hearts, and energetic and efficient hands, these children of Mother India educated in a new ethos of self-aggrandizement and self-glorification, will revivify and resuscitate our country to her past glory, thereby helping to actualize one Swami Vivekananda s most favourite visions of a glorious India of the future.

About Us
Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Educational and Research Institute Under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India, Ramakrishna Mission was accorded the permission to start a deemed [to be] university, under University Grants Commission Act, named Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Educational and Research Institute by a Gazette Notification dated 5 January 2005. Later, by another Notification of the UGC, the university was renamed as ''Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Univeristy. The formal inauguration of the university took place on 4 July 2005, Swami Vivekananda's Mahasamadhi day. The first convocation of the university was held on 2 September 2006 at its first Specialized Faculty Centre at Coimbatore.

Other Info:
Ramkrishna Mission Vivekananda University looks forward to evolve as an international university and upgrade itself so much so, that the University operations can be executed through and from any of the branches/ centers of Ramakrishna Mission in India and abroad. RMKVU is a cluster of institutions, all of them belonging to branches of Ramakrishna Mission, with headquarters at Belur Math.
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History
Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda University was established in the year 1956 under the aegis of Ramakrishna Mission. The Government of India under Section 3 of University Grants Commission (UGC) Act, 1956 declared RKMVU as a University.

Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda University was accorded the deemed University status by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India on January 5th , 2005. The University is proposed to be an international center of learning that would function from any of the branch-centres of Ramakrishna Mission in India and abroad. Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda University has its headquarters at Belur Math, West Bengal.

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Educational Streams
RKMVU offers courses in the subjects that receive little emphasis in the conventional universities. It has developed a number of faculties that conduct a number of unconventional courses. The university recognizes the importance of contemporary professional education too and has proper infrastructure to provide education on modern subjects.

The Faculty of Disability Management and Special Education offers special education for candidates who aspire to acquire skills in teaching and rehabilitating children with visual impairment, hearing impairment and mental disability. The Faculty conducts courses ranging from diploma to doctorate level. Students who have completed higher secondary, graduation or post-graduation degree can join these courses. The Faculty of Indian Culture and Spiritual Heritage offers diploma course in Integrated Self Development and postgraduate diploma course in Essentials of Spiritual Heritage of India and Integrated MA course in Sanskrit.

The Faculty of Integrated Rural Development and Management, at Narendrapur branch offers MSc and PhD courses in Integrated Rural Development and Management, postgraduate diploma course in Agro-based Biotechnology, and courses on Medicinal Plants and Ayurvedic Drug Technology. The Faculty of Integrated Rural and Tribal Development at Ranchi (Morabadi) centre offers BSc and MSc courses along with postgraduate diploma course in Agro-based Biotechnology.

Facilities
Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda University offers boarding and lodging facilities separately for men and women. Other facilities include an organized central library, computer center, sports grounds and other sports related facilities, yoga center, gymnasium and a health care center providing free medical check ups to students, teachers and all staff members.
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Faculties/Departments
School of Indian Heritage
* Department of Sanskrit Studies
* Department of Spiritual Heritage

School of Humanities and Social Sciences
* Department of Bengali Studies

School of Mathematical Sciences
* Department of Computer Science
* Department of Mathematics
* Department of Physics

Faculties in Off-campus Centres
* Disability Management and Special Education
* Integrated Rural Development and Tribal Development
* General & Adapted Physical Education and Yoga
* Disability Management and Special Education

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Changing the lexicon

In what is a thumbs up for positive empowerment, sign language is going to be soon included on the list of the official languages of India. This initiative of the Indian government has arrived as a shot in the arm for the community of deaf and dumb and could not have come a day too soon.

The Union Human Resource Development Ministry has initiated a pilot study to develop the grammar and structure of sign language. Three young hearing-impaired persons with diplomas in sign language from Coimbatore, associated with researchers from Mysore-based Central Institute of Indian languages, (CIIL) are currently developing a lexicon for the sign language. During the course of the study, the researchers interacted with more than 250 other hearing-impaired.

The workers include Sakthivel, Kumaresan and Lakshmi who belong to the Ramakrishna Mission Vidyalaya in Coimbatore and cannot hear. In addition, a national-level study will be conducted by the ministry to integrate common signs of all states in the official language. The Faculty of Disability Management and Special Education (FDMSE) of the Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda University has developed a dictionary of Indian sign language with 1,600 words. A recently organised seminar Sensitization programme on the need for corpus creation in Indian sign language saw more than 90 participants with hearing difficulties.

The faculty is involved in many activities related to the sign language since 2005. The government has tasked the CIIL to conduct a nationwide research on corpus creation. In turn the CIIL has requested the FDMSE to conduct a pilot study in the Coimbatore region. A language grows in various dimensions and gets a permanent shape when it is recognised by the government. Importantly, people will get a common sign language so that the confusions which arise from regional variations will be solved. We are planning to produce video shows and will finish our research work and submit it soon, says Lakshmi, assistant professor of the Hearing and Impairment Department. In India, over seven million people are categorised as deaf. The researchers have met and observed closely the deaf in schools, marriage halls and other public places to know how the signs are communicated among a larger audience.

Sign language would get more respect when recognised by the government. It would help not just the dumb and deaf but everyone. People of different states and varying cultures can overcome the language barrier when they learn the Sign language, says Latha Rajendran, principal of Chennai-based Dr MGR School For The Speech and Hearing, welcoming the initiative. Good first step.

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ABOUT Ramakrishna Mission

Ramakrishna Mission is a religious organisation with extensive philanthropic and charitable activities, started in 1897 by Swami Vivekananda. It has been silently serving the country in various spheres like education, health, relief and rehabilitation, propagation of Indian cultural and spiritual heritage, etc., through its many centres in India and abroad for over a century. These centres are branches of Ramakrishna Mission (hence called branch-centres) and function under the overall administrative control of the headquarters at Belur Math in the district of Howrah in West Bengal. Belur Math is an international place of pilgrimage to which hundreds of thousands of devotees and admirers throng all through the year. It was here that Swami Vivekananda spent his last days before he attained maha-samadhi (final passing away) on 4 July 1902.

Swami Vivekananda envisioned that Belur Math would be a centre of great harmony and synthesis, not only of all religious beliefs and traditions, but also of arts and sciences and the various branches of knowledge, both secular and spiritual. It would be the centre of great spiritual and cultural awakening. In fact, on 2 July 1902, just two days before he passed away, he prophesied, standing at the Belur Math grounds: “The spiritual impact that has come to Belur [Math] will last fifteen hundred years, and it will be a great university. Do not think I imagine it; I see it.” In another place, Swami Vivekananda clearly wrote: “Now, the aim is to gradually develop this Math into an all-round university”. What type of university Swami Vivekananda envisioned has been the subject of discussion, contemplation and debate among Swami Vivekananda’s followers over the decades. Following Swami Vivekananda we believe that Belur Math and all its large number of branch-centres the entire world over would be centres radiating the light of secular and spiritual education to dispel ignorance at all levels. The dedicated monks of Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission and the innumerable devotees and admirers of Ramakrishna-Vivekananda ideology, have always thought it their sacred duty to carry forward the torch of knowledge that their illustrious leader lit on the holy precincts of Belur Math and to spread the light of education all over the world.



Swami Vivekanandas Fundamental Thoughts on Education

The Ideal

Swami Vivekananda s Fundamental Thoughts on Education

The ideal of all education, all training, should be this man-making. But, instead of that, we are always trying to polish up the outside. What use in polishing up the outside when there is no inside The end and aim of all training is to make the man grow. The man who influences, who throws his magic, as it were, upon his fellow-beings, is a dynamo of power, and when that man is ready, he can do personality put upon anything will make it work.

Men, men, these are wanted: everything else will be ready, but strong, vigorous, believing young men, sincere to the backbone, are wanted. A hundred such and the world becomes revolutionized. ...What we want is muscles of iron and nerves of steel. We have wept long enough. No more weeping, but stand on your feet and be men. It is a man-making religion that we want. It is man-making theories that we want. It is man-making education all round that we want.

We must have a hold on the spiritual and secular education of the nation. Do you understand that You must dream it, you must talk it, you must think it, and you must work it out. Till then there is no salvation for the race. The education that you are getting now has some good points, but it has a tremendous disadvantage which is so great that the good things are all weighed down. In the first place it is not a man-making education, it is merely and entirely a negative education. A negative education or any training that is based on negation, is worse than death.

Education is not the amount of information that is put into your brain and runs riot there, undigested, all your life. We must have life-building, man-making, character-making assimilation of ideas. If you have assimilated five ideas and made them your life and character, you have more education than any man who has got by heart a whole library. … If education is identical with information, the libraries are the greatest sages in the world, and encyclopaedias are the Rishis. The ideal, therefore, is that we must have the whole education of our country, spiritual and secular, in our own hands, and it must be on national lines, through national methods as far as practical.

Education is the manifestation of the perfection already in man.

What is education Is it book-learning No. Is it diverse knowledge Not even that. The training by which the current and expression of will are brought under control and become fruitful is called education.

India is to be raised, the poor are to be fed, education is to be spread, and the evil of priest craft is to be removed. No priest craft, no social tyranny! More bread, more opportunity for everybody! The one thing that is at the root of all evils in India is the condition of the poor. Suppose you open a free school in every village, still it would do no good, for the poverty in India is such that the poor boys would rather go to help their fathers in the fields or otherwise try to make a living than come to the school. Now, if the mountain does not come to Mohammed, Mohammed must go to the mountain. If the poor boy cannot come to education, education must go to him. There are thousands of single-minded, self-sacrificing sannyasins if our own country, going from village to village, teaching religions. If some of them can be organized as teachers of secular things also, they will go from place to place, from door to door, not only preaching but teaching also. Suppose two of these men go to a village in the evening with a camera, a globe, some maps etc, they can teach a great deal of astronomy and geography to the ignorant. By telling stories about different nations, they can give the poor a hundred times more information through the ear than they can get in a lifetime through books. Kindle their knowledge with the help of modern science. Teach them history, geography, science, literature and along with these the profound truths of religion through these.

So long as the millions live in hunger and ignorance, I hold every man a traitor who, having been educated at their expense, pays not the least heed to them! I call those men who strut about in their finery, having got all their money by grinding the poor, wretches, so long as they do not do anything for those two hundred millions who are now no better than hungry savages!

Does higher education mean mere study of material sciences and turning out things of everyday use by machinery The use of higher education is to find out how to solve the problems of life, and this is what is engaging the profound thought of the modern civilized world, but it was solved in our country thousands of years ago.

To me the very essence of education is concentration of mind, not the collecting of facts. If I had to do my education over again, and had any voice in the matter, I would not study facts at all. I would develop the power of concentration and detachment, and then with a perfect instrument I could collect facts at will. Side by side, in the child, should be developed the power of concentration and detachment.

Well, you consider a man as educated if only he can pass some examinations and deliver good lectures. The education which does not help the common mass of people to equip themselves for the struggle for life, which does not bring out strength of character, a spirit of philanthropy, and the courage of a lion—is it worth the name Real education is that which enables one to stand on one s own legs. The education that you are receiving now in schools and colleges is only making you a race of dyspeptics. You are working like machines merely, and living a jelly-fish existence


Vision of Swami Vivekananda

Vision of Swami Vivekananda

Swami Vivekananda established Ramakrishna Mission as commanded by his Master, Sri Ramakrishna, for the secular and spiritual amelioration of humankind as a whole, irrespective of caste, creed, colour, nationality, gender or religion. His focus was on the individual emancipation of a human being from ignorance as well as the collective good of the society at all levels, physical, mental, intellectual and spiritual. To achieve this twofold objective at both the individual or microcosmic level as well as the collective or macrocosmic level—atmano mokshartham jagaddhitaya cha, to quote his own words—he “set in motion a machinery which will bring noble ideas to the door of everybody”, “a lever for the good of humanity, at least in India, which no power can drive back”. Swami Vivekananda made Belur Math as the headquarters of the worldwide Ramakrishna Movement comprising the twin organizations of Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission. He envisioned that Belur Math would be a centre of great harmony and synthesis, not only of all religious beliefs and traditions, but also of arts and sciences and the various branches of knowledge, both secular and spiritual. In fact, on 2 July 1902, just two days before he passed away, he prophesied, standing at the Belur Math grounds: "The spiritual impact that has come to Belur [Math] will last fifteen hundred years, and it will be a great university. Do not think I imagine it; I see it."

This vision of its great leader has been a subject of reverential meditation and debate for several decades among Swamiji’s disciples, admirers, devotees and followers. What began as a humble attempt in 1939 when the Governing Body of Ramakrishna Mission resolved to start an institution of higher education near Belur Math called Ramakrishna Mission Vidyamandira assumed a more serious form in 1963, Swamiji’s birth centenary year, when the authorities of Ramakrishna Mission submitted a proposal to the Government for the starting of a Vivekananda University. For various reasons it did not materialize at that time. However, the original vision of Swamiji has been a continuous source of inspiration to his followers who constantly thought and debated on what kind university Swamiji envisioned. Efforts in this direction were made off and on and finally, a deemed university under University Grants Commission (UGC) was established under Ramakrishna Mission’s auspices. The Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India, declared the Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Educational and Research Institute (RKMVERI) under the aegis of Ramakrishna Mission with headquarters at Belur Math, as a deemed-to-be university under Section 3 of UGC Act, 1956. This university, created as a humble first step in the actualization of Swamiji’s vision, is unique in several respects.


AN APPEAL

Appeal

Dear friends

Swami Vivekananda prophesied that "the spiritual impact that has come to Belur [Math] will last fifteen hundred years; and it will be a great university. Do not think I imagine it; I see it." On another occasion, he wrote: "Now, the aim is to gradually develop this [Belur] Math into an all round university." This vision of a University at Belur has been the theme of reverential contemplation for all his followers and devotees for nearly a century. Ramakrishna Mission s newly established University at Belur, declared by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India under Section 3 of University Grants Commission (UGC) Act, is a humble first step in this direction. The University was originally known as Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Educational and Research Institute (RKMVERI). It was subsequently renamed Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda University as permitted by UGC. This fledgling University was inaugurated on 4 July 2005, the day of mahasamadhi of Swami Vivekananda.

Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda University is a University with a difference. Its uniqueness consists in (i) the emphasis on certain thrust areas which are also gap areas in that these areas scarcely receive any attention in the conventional universities in India, (ii) the multi-campus character of the University--it operates through a wide network of specialized Faculty Centres in these thrust areas located in different parts of India at the various branch-centres of Ramakrishna Mission some of which have been working in these areas for decades, (iii) the inculcation of higher human values to impart man-making, life-building and character-building education as envisaged by Swami Vivekananda-value-based education forms the essential component of all the courses run by the University.

To start with, the following thrust areas have been chosen:

Disability Management and Special Education
Integrated Rural Development including Tribal Development
Indian Cultural and Spiritual Heritage and Value Education
Disaster Management including Relief and Rehabilitation
Fundamental sciences--integrated teaching and research
We have already been able activize the first three areas through our centres at Coimbatore, (Tamil Nadu), Narendrapur (West Bengal), Ranchi (Jharkhand), Belur (West Bengal) and Swami Vivekananda’s Ancestral House (Kolkata, West Bengal). The following courses and programmes are being offered at present:

B.Ed. and M.Ed. courses as well as M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes in Disability Management and Special Education (Visual Impairment, Hearing Impairment and Mental Retardation)
Courses in ‘General & Adapted Physical Education and Yoga’ including Special Olympics meant especially for mentally retarded children--the first of its kind in Asia by any University
M.Sc. courses in Integrated Rural Development and Management (IRDM) as well as Integrated Rural and Tribal Development (IRTD)
Postgraduate Diploma course in Agro-based Bio-technology
Diploma courses in ‘Integrated Self-Development’-Meditation and Spiritual Life, Essentials of Indian Cultural and Spiritual Heritage etc.
Integrated M.A. course in Sanskrit, M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes in Sanskrit Studies
Doctoral and post-doctoral programmes in Mathematical Sciences (Theoretical Physics, Pure Mathematics, Theoretical Computer Science), Philosophy, Literature, Ramakrishna-Vivekananda thought, Translation Studies, Consciousness Studies etc.
Our well-established centres specializing in these areas, although having the basic infrastructure, will need considerable updating to meet the requirements at the University level. We therefore need to create a sizeable corpus fund--at least 5 crores in the next couple of years--to strengthen the foundations of the University and make it grow further. We therefore appeal to all the friends, devotees, followers, well-wishers and admirers of Ramakrishna-Vivekananda ideology to contribute generously for building up such a corpus fund. On an extremely moderate note, even if each of the millions of devotees of Ramakrishna-Vivekananda ideology spread all over the globe contributes, say, Rs.1000–10000 each in a year, we should be able build up a sizeable fund in a few years.

Donations ear-marked for ‘Vivekananda University’ may kindly be sent to the following address, along with a covering letter:

Vice Chancellor
Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda University
PO Belur Math, Dist Howrah, 711202, West Bengal, India


Cheques and drafts may be drawn in favour of ‘Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda University, Belur Math’, or its old name, ‘RKMVERI, Belur Math’. We are glad to say that the Government of India has granted 100% income tax exemption for our University under Section 80G, subsection 2(a) (iiif) of the Income Tax Act, 1961--a special provision applicable to universities and academic institutions of national eminence--by an Order issued by the Department of Revenue, Ministry of Finance. All donations to the University will therefore be eligible for 100% exemption from income tax as per this Order.

We do hope that the Ramakrishna-Vivekananda devotees all the world over would respond in a big way towards fulfilling Swami Vivekananda’s vision articulated just on the eve of his mahasamadhi.


Yours in the service of humanity

Swami Atmapriyananda
Vice Chancellor


Donations to Vivekananda University

Donations to Vivekananda University
Donations of money
Donations of equipment and services
Sponsorship
Friendly Organisations
Donations of money
Donations can be made either in cash or cheque. Donors giving donations exceeding Rs.10000 must provide their PAN card number.

Cheques and drafts may be drawn in favour of Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda University, Belur Math.

The Government of India has granted 100% income tax exemption to the university under section 80G, subsection 2(a) (iii f) of the income tax act, 1961, by an order issued by the department of revenue, ministry of finance. This is a provision applicable to universities and academic institutions of national eminence.

All the donations to the university will therefore be eligible for 100% exemption from income tax.

Donations of equipment and services
The university accepts donations of equipments for the educational as well as adminitrative purpose with gratitude. However, we prefer to have only new equipment with usual warranties. The equipment may include computers, printers, laptops, photocopiers, furniture, etc.

If any person is in position to render any valuable service to the university either as an honorary work position or as a liason to the various governmental departments, he/she is welcome to do so.

Sponsoring Student Scholarships, Faculty Position or University Activities
The university has started a few programmes that allows one to sponsor students, or a faculty position, either partially or fully. One can also sponsor any particular university programme, including extension activities like community and service activities.

Assisting Us
The university gladly welcomes assistance from organizations, associations and societies as well as from individual.

These can help us organize seminars, workshops, symposiums, lectures and conferences.

Vivekananda University maintains a list of donations that is wanted for various services and groups.



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