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Jamshedpur Co-operative College, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand
Jamshedpur Co-operative College, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand
Address:Opp XLRI, Circuit House,Jamshedpur
Jharkhand, IndiaPin Code : 831001
Jamshedpur Co-operative College, Jamshedpur Jharkhand is a recognised institute / college. Jamshedpur Co-operative College, Jamshedpur Jharkhand is also known as Jamshedpur Co-operative Law College. Jamshedpur Co-operative College, Jamshedpur Jharkhand was established on / in 1970 (B.Ed. started in 2005).
Principal of Jamshedpur Co-operative College, Jamshedpur Jharkhand is B.N. Jha.
Jamshedpur Co-operative College is situated in Jamshedpur of Jharkhand state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Fax # of Jamshedpur Co-operative College, Jamshedpur Jharkhand is 0657 â€“ 2220508.
Contact Person(s) of the Jamshedpur Co-operative College, Jamshedpur Jharkhand is (are): Dr Chandranan Mishra, Professor, Physics Deptt.
Contact Details of Jamshedpur Co-operative College, Jamshedpur Jharkhand are : Phone +(91)-(657)-2422896
CoursesNumber of seats in Jamshedpur Co-operative College, Jamshedpur Jharkhand is B.Ed. (100 seats).
Jamshedpur Co-operative College, Jamshedpur Jharkhand runs course(s) in Law, Commerce, Science, Degree, Education stream(s).
LLB, B.Sc.(Physics), B.Com, B.Ed.
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Profile of Jamshedpur Co-operative CollegeWhat was started as a vision of social worker M.D. Madan, has today become a seat of quality education in the city.
Jamshedpur Co-operative College (JCC) began as a morning tutorial college 57 years ago. Today, it offers graduate, postgraduate and law degrees and is about to start an MBA course.
The morning tutorial college began in September 1, 1949. Four years later, the Jamshedpur Educational and Cultural Co-operative Society Limited was formed and the tutorial college was made a constituent of the society.
In 1954, Bihar University granted affiliation to the college's arts and commerce departments. The institution was later renamed Jamshedpur Co-operative College.
When Ranchi University came into existence in 1960, JCC began offering BSc in physics, chemistry and mathematics. In 1976, it became a constituent college of Ranchi University. The law college was established in 2006.
Significantly, an archery training centre has been started at the college. JCC grounds have hosted U-17 matches of the BCCI. Talks are on to conduct Ranji-level matches on the college grounds.
Jamshedpur Co-operative College is certainly one of the best colleges in the Kolhan belt. We have some of the best teachers and students.
Most top scorers in the university are our students. The placement cell ensures that our students are employed with leading companies. From sports to academics, we concentrate on making students responsible citizens of the country and our efforts have been recognised.
Jamshedpur Co-operative College to have a multi-purpose hallJamshedpur Co-operative College will soon have a multi-purpose hall with a a capacity of 500, which will also be used to conduct examinations.
The state human resource development department has sanctioned the funds for construction of the multi-purpose examination hall, which will be the second of its kind in the state. The first has been constructed in the state capital. The ambitious project, which was initiated in 2003, had to be stopped mid-way due to lack of funds from the state government.
Though the hall will primarily be used for conducting university and other state and national-level competitive examinations, various city-based colleges will also be allowed to organise seminars, workshops and other academic activities in the hall. Officials at Jamshedpur Co-operative College said construction of the multi-purpose will be soon completed.
Courses clubbed for classroom crunchEducation General Jamshedpur, May 11: The threat of de-affiliation looms large over city-based Jamshedpur Co-operative Law College, which is reportedly literally flouting the norms of the Bar Council of India (BCI), the statutory body which monitors the function of law colleges in the country.
Under the Advocates Act 1961, the number of students in any section of Bachelor of Law class shall not exceed 80. But a shortage of classrooms has forced more than 80 students to sit in a single classroom in Jamshedpur Co-operative College.
The BCI has also directed a law college to maintain at least 1:40 ratio between the teacher and students. Presently, the regular classes are conducted in the morning as Part One (first and second semester) and Part Two (third and fourth semester) courses are held in three classrooms of the college.
Added to that, the law college has also started selling admission forms for its three-year LLB course (first part) from May 8. Around 160 students will be enrolled and the session will begin from July 2.
A student of LLB (second semester) spoke about the problems faced in congested classrooms: 'We do not have space to breathe in a classroom. It is very difficult to concentrate on studies. But we have no choice but to sit in a congested classroom.'
Another student of Part Two (fourth semester) said the college is concerned about completing the syllabus but not about the quality of education. 'It is not possible for a teacher to deliver lectures effectively in a congested classroom. Ideally, a single teacher can teach 40 students in a classroom. But the teacher has to manage many more students now,' he said.
Principal in-charge of Jamshedpur Co-operative Law College, B.N. Jha confirmed that classes of two semesters had been clubbed due to a crisis of classrooms. 'We have no separate building. The classes are being conducted in the classrooms of Jamshedpur Co-operative College,' Jha said.
He pointed out that the Ranchi University has sanctioned money to set up a new building within the premises of Jamshedpur Co-operative College.
'Once a new building is constructed, we would strictly abide by the directives of BCI. The BCI had given three years of time to set up a new building to provide a quality education to budding lawyers,' Jha said.
Posts in Dept of BotanyDepartment of Botany
Jamshedpur Co-operative College, Jamshedpur
(A constituent unit of Ranchi University, Ranchi), Jharkhand
Advertisement for Recruitment of Research Personnel
Applications are invited for filling up the following temporary posts for a period of 1.5 yrs in the BRNS funded Research Project entitled 'Studies on plant, animal and bird diversity at the proposed uranium mine sites of Bagjata and Bandhurang, East Singhbhum, Jharkhand'.
No. of posts : JRF 03
Amount of Fellowship (fixed)/pm : Rs 8000 + HRA* M.Sc. 1st Class in Botany/Zoology**/Environmental
*As per the guidelines of BRNS.
**Preferably specialisation in Ornithology.
Applicants having valid GATE/NET score will be given preference.
Age: Maximum 32 years (Relaxation for ST/SC and women is 5 years and for OBC is 3 years).
The appointments made against these posts will be on PURELY TEMPORARY basis. It is to be clearly understood that these appointments are not, in any form, appointments in the Jamshedpur Co-operative College/ Ranchi University, Ranchi, nor will it form a basis of any claim for a future appointment in host institution/Ranchi University.
The eligible candidates may send their applications on plain paper (with a recent passport size photograph) along with complete biodata and attested copies of relevant certificates to Dr V. K. Singh, Principal Investigator (PI), BRNS Project, Department of Botany, Jamshedpur Co-operative College, Jamshedpur 831 001 within 15 days from the date of publication of this advertisement.
No TA/DA will be paid for attending the interview.
V. K. Singh (PI)
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