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Manipal University, Jaipur, Rajasthan


Manipal University, Jaipur, Rajasthan
Address: Plot / Street / Area
Vatika info Tech City, Near GVK
Toll Plaza Post Thikaria
Jaipur (District Jaipur)
Rajasthan, India
Pin Code : 302026

Manipal University, Jaipur Rajasthan is a University recognised by UGC.
Manipal University is situated in Jaipur of Rajasthan state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Jaipur comes under Jaipur Tehsil, Jaipur District.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Manipal University, Jaipur Rajasthan are +9180035-99901, 80035-99902, 80035-99903, 80035-99912.

email ID(s) is Manipal University Jaipur Rajasthan

Website of Manipal University, Jaipur Rajasthan is www.mutbimanipal.org, www.miujaipur/index.html.

Contact Details of Manipal University, Jaipur Rajasthan are : 080-65590090, 64560072


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Govt to regulate fee structure of pvt varsities

Amid opposition from private Deemed Universities, the University Grants Commission is set to regulate admissions and fees in all professional courses in these institutions from the next academic year. The new uniform fee and admission regulation will be implemented from next academic session, UGC secretary R.K. Chauhan told.

Top institutes like Symbiosis (Pune), Manipal University (Manipal), BITS (Pilani), Tata Institute of Social Sciences (Mumbai) and Bharatiya Vidyapeeth (Pune) are among the 125 instituted granted Deemed Universities status.Admission procedure and fees vary in deemed universities, which attract more than one lakh students every year. The UGC had been receiving complaints of malpractices in admissions, leading to petitions in the Supreme Court.

Acting on assurance give by the Human Resource Development ministry to the Supreme Court to bring a policy to regulate Deemed Universities in July 2008, the UGC at its meeting last January approved new regulations, which gives the commission power to regulate fees and admissions and even introduce reservations in deemed universities.

Chauhan told that a committee has been constituted to finalise the UGC (Admission and Fee Structure in Professional Programmes of Study in Self-Financing Deemed to be Universities) Regulation within a month.The draft regulations state that a retired Supreme Court judge to be nominated by the Chief Justice of India will head the National Fee Committee to decide fees of all Deemed Universities on the laid down criteria.

Before deciding the fees for the institutes, the committee would have to take into account salaries and allowances of faculty and staff, expenditure on running courses, cost of advance research, requirement of the institute to expand its activities and cost of providing scholarship to students from economically weaker sections.Universities cannot charge other fees than what is decided by the committee, which will be valid for three years. At the time of admission, students will have to pay fees for one semester or maximum of one year.

The regulations also state admissions will be through a national level Common Entrance Test (CET) to be conducted by an association of Deemed Universities for the commission. Students will be admitted on basis of criteria fixed by the commission.To oversee admissions, the UGC will constitute a national level admission monitoring committee headed by a former Vice-Chancellor of a Central University, the draft regulations state. Many deemed universities have termed the UGCs proposed regulation as a retrograde step and said it would curb autonomy of the universities. Narsee Monjee Institute of Management and Higher Studies has told UGC that the guidelines will affect growth of technical education in the country. BITS, Pilani said uniformity of fees is not desirable and merit should be the only criteria for admission.

Rajiv Gandhi Poudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal and Sastra Deemed University, Thanjavur and Manipal University, have termed the proposed differential fee structure as violation of Supreme Court guidelines in T M Pai case. Admission to private professional educational institutions cannot be nationalized, Manipal University has told UGC.
A few Deemed Universities like Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa and Indian Law Institute, Delhi, have appreciated the proposed guidelines saying it will curb commercialisation of education.

Manipal University

Bachelor of medical and bachelor of surgery (MBBS)

Eligibility: Candidates should have completed Class 12 or an equivalent examination with physics, chemistry, biology and English. For those following the American high
school system, applications will be considered if the above courses are taken in Class 11 and 12 or as advanced placement courses. Students who have completed the above courses-subjects in their bachelors degree will also be

How to apply: Visit www.manipal.edu

Last date to apply: March 10, 2012

Manipal University mulls first Indian campus in China

Manipal University is in talks with Chinese officials to open the first campus of an Indian university in China.

The Karnataka-based private university is exploring a tie-up with two Chinese universities, Tianjin University and Shanghais Tongji University, to set up what would be Chinas first all-English educational institution that will provide training in Information Technology (IT) and in the sciences.

Manipal University Vice-Chancellor K. Ramnarayan, who along with other officials from the university met Chinese university heads and government officials in Beijing and Tianjin this week, told in an interview that Manipal had also offered to host the first ever Confucius Institute in India, pending government approval, which will offer Chinese language courses to Indian students.

We would like to provide academic support and set up an all-English campus in China, where we will provide training in both technology and health sciences, wherever there is a requirement, Dr. Ramnarayan said.

Two potential partners are Tianjin University and Tongji University in Shanghai, which is known for its strong programmes in architecture and technology. We could collaborate at different levels, whether at the student level, the faculty level through exchanges, or programmes that could be jointly run, Dr. Ramnarayan said.

Manipal already operates overseas campuses in Dubai, Nepal, Antigua and Malaysia. We always felt that China is one country where we could make our presence felt if there is an opportunity, the Vice-Chancellor said. We in India have always been looking west. But I think the potential for India and China to work together is tremendous. We have just not tapped the potential. Education could be a good bond to bring India and China together.

Dr. Ramnarayan last week also met with the head of Chinas National Office for Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language, or Hanban, which runs the global programme of Confucius Institutes. He said he had invited the Hanban to open a Confucius Institute at Manipal.

The Chinese government has set up more than three hundred Confucius Institutes in 100 countries as part of a new push to boost its soft power. The centres are usually set up as a joint initiative among a host foreign university, a Chinese partner university and the Hanban, which runs the programme.

India has so far not allowed the setting up of Confucius Institutes citing rules restricting the operation of autonomous educational institutions by foreign governments. There are as many as 70 such institutes in the United States alone, 13 in Britain and several dozen in Asia, located in Nepal, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and other countries.

An earlier initiative to set up a Confucius Institute at Jawaharlal Nehru University fell through over procedural differences, including over the selection of teachers. Talks stalled after several rounds of discussions, which also saw an initial memorandum being signed coinciding with the visit of Premier Wen Jiabao in 2005. There has been serious willingness at both ends, but due to certain matters of procedural difference it has not been worked out so far, said Sabaree Mitra, a professor at the Centre for Chinese and South East Asian Studies . Vellore Institute of Technology, near Chennai, set up a smaller Chinese Language Centre after it faced barriers to setting up a full-fledged Confucius Institute and over securing visas for Chinese teachers.

Manipal University officials said they wanted to work together with the Indian government to set up what would be the countrys first such institute, which would offer courses in Chinese language and on Chinese culture.

70 medicinal saplings planted in Manipal University

MANIPAL: Manipal University, which has the second best green campus in India, celebrated the World Environment Day on Tuesday by planting 70 medicinal saplings. Of these, 60 were planted in Madhav Vihar and 10 in Kasturba Hospital. Another 900 sapling will be planted over a period of two months. About 600 students participated in an awareness rally flagged off by DC MT Reju on this occasion. He exhorted the students on the importance of eco-friendly environment.

The rally, which was started at the university building, proceeded to the amphitheater in Madhav Vihar where they planted saplings. At the amphitheater, MV Kamath, honorary director of Manipal Institute of Communication (MIC) spoke on the significance of saving earth.

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