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Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University GGSIP, New Delhi, Delhi
Address:Sector 16-C, Dwarka
New Delhi (District New Delhi)
Delhi, India
Pin Code : 110078


Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University GGSIP, New Delhi Delhi is a University recognised by UGC. Status: Central University.

Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University GGSIP, New Delhi Delhi was established on / in 1998.


Principal of Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University GGSIP, New Delhi Delhi is Dr Bhaskar P. Joshi.

Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University GGSIP, New Delhi Delhi is situated in New Delhi of Delhi state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. New Delhi comes under New Delhi Tehsil, New Delhi District.

Fax # of Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University GGSIP, New Delhi Delhi is 23865941, 23900111.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University GGSIP, New Delhi Delhi are Mr S Krishnam 98683-85825, Mr Shishupal 99683-31663, Mr Ambika, 99995-11236.

email ID(s) is Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University GGSIP New Delhi Delhi

Website of Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University GGSIP, New Delhi Delhi is www.ipu.ac.in/, www.ggsipu.nic.in.

Vice Chancellor : Prof DK Bandyopadhyay +91-11-25302104, 25302105 Fax +91-11-28035243.

Registrar : Dr BP Joshi +91-11-25302113, 25302114 Fax: +91-11-25302111.


Contact Details of Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University GGSIP, New Delhi Delhi are : Tel.: 23900166, 23900167, 23900168, 23900100, 23900286, 25302362, 371

ADMINISTRATION
OSD to Vice ChancellorBrig S. K. Kaushik *+91-11- 25302109
Examination Division Prof. Yogesh Singh Controller of Examinations *+91-11 - 25302252 Fax: +91-11-25302248
Research and Consultancy Prof. A.K. NarulaDirector*-
Students Welfare Prof. A. S. Beniwal Director *-
International AffairsProf. Anu Singh LatherDirector
Academic Affairs Prof. Avinash C. SharmaDirector *+91-11-25302132, 25302133
Proctor Prof. Suman Gupta
Chief Warden Prof. P. C. Sharma
Academic Branch Col. P.K. Upmanyu Joint Registrar +91-11-25302152, 25302153, 25302154, 25302155 Fax: +91-11-25302158
Affiliation Branch Dr. Nitin MalikJoint Registrar*Phone: +91-11-25302172, 25302173, 25302174
CoordinationDr. (Mrs.) Suchitra Kumar Jt. Registrar
Personnel BranchCol. (Retd.) P. M. Bedekar In-Charge
Planing and Policy Branch (RTI and Legel)Ms. Sunita Shiva Dy. Registrar
General Administration Branch Sh. A K Verma Jt. Registrar
Central Store Md. Ahtesham Ullah
Purchase Branch Sh. Pankaj Aggarwal Add. Dy. Registrar*+91-11-25302149
University Works Division Sh SK Jha Superintendent Engineer
Public Relation Section Sh Nalini Ranjan PRO +91-11-25302170
Anup Singh Beniwal, Dean (University School of Humanities and Social Sciences)


Courses

MCA, MBA, Master of Mass Media, M.Ed, MPT, MOT, MPO, BBA, MSc, BHMCT, BJMC, BPT, BOT, BPO, B.Ed, BSc, MA, BCA, LLM, B.Pharma, MPH, BHMS, B.Tech, MBBS, PGMC

DEPARTMENT OF Bio-Technology
DEPARTMENT OF Management


Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University GGSIP, New Delhi Delhi runs course(s) in Business Management stream(s).

Profile of Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University GGSIP

ABOUT GGSIPU
Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University ia an affiliating and teaching University , established by Government of NCT of Delhi under the provisions of Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University Act, 1998 read with its Amendment in 1999.It is recognised by University Grants Commission, India under section 12B of UGC Act. Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University has been accredited A Grade by NAAC during Feb- March 2007. The University has been awarded the ISO 9001:2000 Certification by Standardization, Testing and Quality Certification Directorate, Department of Information Technology, Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, Government of India, for a period of three years. Functioning of the University commenced with the joining of Prof. K.K. Aggarwal as Vice-Chancellor in December, 1998. An emminent scholar and innovative person in Prof. K.K. Aggarwal, the first Vice Chancellor of the University, proposes to develop the University into a centre of excellence comparable to the best in the world. The University is currently functioning from its Campus spread over an area of 16 acres at Kashmere Gate, Delhi. The University has taken possession of land measuring 60 acres at Dwarka (West Delhi) for setting up a State-of-Art Campus of the University with ultra-modern facilities. It has also been decided to establish another Campus of the University in East Delhi and land measuring 19 acres has been taken over opposite Surajmal Vihar, Karkardooma for this purpose.

Within a short span of eight years, the University has been able to make its presence felt the world over. It is running more than 60 programmes in 08 University Schools of Studies and 86 Institutes (Government as well as self-financing), imparting professional education in various disciplines to more than 40,000 students with an annual intake of more than 12,000. The students of this University are getting excellent placements in best of the companies like, TCS, Infosys, Wipro, DCM Technologies, Mahendra British Telecom, Quark, ST Microelectronics, Ranbaxy, Pepsi, HDFC and ICICI Banks, Nestle, LG, Reliance and so on. The focus on research is evident from the publications/presentations of over 152 research papers during 2005-06, though the regular strength of professionally qualified faculty on the campus is about 149 teachers. The University in its functioning gets support and guidance from its Statutory Bodies such as the Court, the Board of Management, the Planning Board, the Board of Affiliation, the Academic Council and the Finance Committee. To facilitate the assigned role by these Statutory bodies, the members of these bodies are the persons of eminence from varied fields and disciplines.

Vice Chancellor Prof. Dilip K. Bandyopadhyay
A multifaceted scholar, academician and administrator, Prof. Dilip K. Bandyopadhyay is a visionary leader in Indias Management Education community in modern times. A gold medalist in his master degree, a Ph.D. in Computer Applications, a fellow from ESSEC Business School, Paris and an inspiring professional, Dr. D.K. Bandyopadhyay has spent 34 years of his career doing what he does best: inspiring students, academia, corporate and non corporate heads, and policy makers to raise their excellence to the next level.

A thought leader with extraordinary insight and an avid scholar, Prof. Bandyopadhyay has contributed over 70 research papers in reputed national and international journals and won many awards for those. He has been a voracious speaker disseminating his ideas and knowledge in various conferences around the globe. He is a sought after speaker and has addressed various Indian and global management students in various countries notably Canada, France, Germany, UK, Sweden, Thailand. As an academic administrator, Dr. Bandyopadhyay has an unparalleled record. With his entrepreneurial vision and path breaking innovative methods, Dr. Bandyopadhyay turned around the fortunes of IIM Lucknow from embryonic stage to a reputed B-School where he was a Professor, acting director and Dean (1985-2004) and played a significant role-in repositioning IIM-Lucknow as truly integrated academic institutions. As Director IIFM (2004-2008), a lesser known Institution was made best sectoral management institution of South East Asia . In his present assignment from 2008 as the Vice Chancellor of Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, he has been applying different blue ocean strategies and management interventions to bring changes in the young and dynamic professional university with almost 54,000 plus students getting professional education to position it in the next orbit.

As the chairman and member of several policymaking committees and bodies of Government of India and different state Government, he has stamped his perspective and wisdom on policy issues that surround management education, governance and corporate management in India. Acknowledged for his accomplishments as an innovative administrator, Prof. Bandyopadhyay has been a member of the Board-level committees of many national and state level academic and professional institutions of repute where he helped them to initiate the change process and to charter a path of excellence. He is truly an astute professional in the filed of management and a widely respected transformational leader in the field of Education in India. He is presently member of different Professional Societies and a widely travelled professional. He is a Fellow of the All India Management Association (AIMA) and the Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE). He has also been the recipient of several prestigious awards.
To name a few:-
Kewal Nohria Award for Academic Leadership in Management Education by AIMA (2010); Faculty gold medal for excellence in academic achievements, Slovak University, Nitra(2010); Guru Baishista Award by Scholar Society (2009); Delhi Ratan Award (2009); Best dedicated Professor IIM Lucknow Award (1996) etc.

SCHOOLS AND CENTRES
The University was established as an affiliating and teaching University to promote studies in the emerging areas of higher education like Engineering, Technology, Business Studies, Computer Applications and Environment Management etc. In order to achieve this aim, the University has started some teaching programmes in various schools in the University Campus which have been established for teaching and research in their respective areas.

About Examination
The Examination Branch is one of the most sensitive organs of an University. Ours is an affiliating cum teaching University. The conduct of Examination for its programmes is, therefore, the major function of this Branch. Apart from conducting Common Entrance Test for admissions to various programmes of the University, the Examination Branch also conducts End Semester Examination for various programmes being run in the University Schools of Studies and the Self Financing Affiliated Colleges.

Common Entrance Test (CET)
The admissions to various programmes in the University is based on merit a candidate attains in the CET. The Admission process is taken care of in an expeditious, systematic and transparent manner. A hassle-free CET process has been evolved. A prospective candidate –immediately on the submission of the Application Form – is issued his/her Roll Number, Examination Center, Date and Time of Examination etc. via a single window system. The results are declared as per fixed schedule to facilitate time bound counseling.

End Semester Examination
Besides the Semester System, the University follows Credit based Evaluations. A student has to maintain 75% attendance to appear for an Examination. The students have to undergo regular internal assessments and extensive project work. The Examination system has been computerized fully. The University is also preparing its own Question Bank to eliminate dependency on external paper setters and ensure adherence of Examination schedule.

Examination and Evaluation Centres
All the affiliated institutions are actively involved in the smooth, efficient and timely conduct of Examination. Some of them have also taken the lead in accepting the onerous task of getting the answer scripts of certain academic programmes evaluated and thus enabling the University in the declaration of results as per preannounce schedule. Every year, Entrance Tests are conducted for admission to various Programmes of the University for its University Teaching Schools and its Affiliated Institutes. The details may be obtained by clicking on Admission hyperlink.

Unless otherwise specifically notified in course curriculum of a course, the following modified rules shall be applicable as per ordinance :-

The Examination division of the university shall conduct Examination for the regular students who have undergone a regular course of study in the university or an Institution/College affiliated to the universitythree times during the semester. The first terminal test will be conducted approximately at the end of the 6 th week, second at the end of 12 th week and third and final semester Examination will be held after the 17 th week of teaching or for a period specified for a course of study in the curriculum. The schedule of Examination shall be notified by this duration from time to time.

The students who have secured an attendance less than 75% in a course shall not be allowed to take up the end semester Examination. The names of students who are not found to be eligible to take the end semester Examination in the various courses shall be treated as cancelled for those courses and if it is a core course, the students shall have to register themselves again when it is offered next.

Besides above mentioned three terminal Examination in a semester, there will be other sessional assessments based on class tests term assignments and paper presentation etc. The students shall be informed in advance about the nature of assignment and procedures to be followed.

A minimum weightage of 30% will be given to the two terminal tests and 50% to the end semester Examination. The system of assessing the students for the remaining 20% will be notified from time to time.

Practical subjects will carry a weightage of 60% of marks for the tests and 40% for the end semester Examination.

The results of Ist and 2 nd semester tests shall be declared by the individual group co-ordinator. There shall be no formal declaration of results of tests. However, the results of the final semesters shall be declared formally.

The students shall have the option of clearing back papers in which they had secured less than 50% marks in a given semester, provided the course is being offered in that semester and the students are in regular touch with the relevant group co-ordinator , the teacher and completesthe necessary assignments, projects, term papers etc. The students desirous of improving their performance shall be required to attend the classes of these papers and under go the process of evaluation.

A student wishing to clear a back paper may be required to attend classes during the summer vacation on the choice of group co-ordinator and the teacher of the particular course subject to the payment of prescribed fee.Every student shall apply on prescribed Examination form with Examination fee as prescribed by the University from time to time within the due dates notified.

INDRAPRASTHA COLLOQUIUM
As a part of the endeavour of our university to promote interdisciplinary dialogue and discussions among the faculty, staff and students of this university, the former Vice-Chancellor, Prof. K.K. Aggarwal initiated a colloquium lecture on every working Wednesday of the academic session. This has been a regular event in the University Seminar Hall since the year of inception of the university. These colloquia have provided our university community a wonderful forum for interaction with highly accomplished individuals and eminent personalities from all walks of life. After completion of five years of this university and the Colloquium, it was decided to rename it as Indraprastha Colloquium to reflect the strong commitment of our university to take this interdisciplinary intellectual platform to even greater heights of excellence. The university also seeks to open these lectures to the general public and the media to enable wider social awareness and interactions, thereby forging stronger ties between the activities of the university and informed citizens and general public of Delhi. Over the years, the Wednesday Colloquium lectures have been delivered by many eminent personalities, some of whom have been listed below.

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Admissions get delayed at IP University

The counselling process for various undergraduate professional courses of Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University has been delayed as the higher education and technical educational department of the Delhi government are yet to give a no-objection certificate, allowing the university to allot seats for its various institutes.

The university comes under the Delhi government.

A delay of one-and-a-half-months happened last year also and our BTech course was affected. Now, till the time we dont know how many seats will be allotted for the courses, we cant decide up to which rank students are to be called for the first counseling session, said spokesperson, Nalini Ranjan.

According to university officials, delay in seat allotment will force students to take admissions in other universities. All good rank-holders will go to other universities, some even outside Delhi. This is our loss, added Ranjan.

Parents have been making rounds of the university but have been sent back with no concrete answers. The counselling date was decided from June 15 for several courses. BTech counselling was scheduled from June 20, said a worried parent. But we are being asked to keep checking the website for updates. Now, we are looking for options outside Delhi, which means extra expense, such as hostel facility, the parent said.

Every year a Joint Assessment Committee is formed, which submits its report on each of the universitys institutes relating to faculty, infrastructure and courses.
Based on the report, officials at the higher education and technical departments decide the number of seats to be allotted in each institute.

We had already submitted our report before starting the admission process. In fact, we started the whole process a month early to avoid delay, said a university official.

According to an official at the higher education department, the JAC report was submitted late. We can give the NOC only after we get the JAC report, which came late, thus the delay, said the official.

Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University

Eligibility: The interested candidates should have passed Class 12 from the Central Board of Secondary Education, or possess an equivalent qualification, from a recognised board, with a minimum aggregate of 50% marks with mathematics as a compulsory subject. Or s-he should have a 10+3 year diploma in architecture recognised by the central-state governments. In addition to the above requirements, the interested candidates should have passed the National Aptitude Test of Architecture conducted by the Council of Architecture. Indraprastha university offers reservation to Delhi students

IP university starts sale of admission forms today

The admission season has begun early this year with Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University starting the sale of its admission forms from Friday onwards. The state university released four admission brochures for academic session 2012-13 on Thursday, declaring open admissions for professional programmes, engineering and architecture programmes, MBBS programmes and post graduate medical degree or diplomas.

The university has also given students an opportunity to apply online for which registration will start on January 25. This year forms were released two months earlier than usual so that more interested students can apply for admission. The forms for the MBA programmes were released in December.

This is to ensure that we follow the schedule. Counselling for seats and the academic session for various programmes of the university will also start earlier than usual to ensure students get enough time to settle down before exams, said DK Bandyopadhyay, the vice chancellor.

The last date of submission of forms is April 16. The university, with its campus in Dwarka, has 106 colleges affiliated to it and has 11 centres.

We are in talks with DTC to have a regular service to our campus. We have also requested Metro officials to change the name of Dwarka Sector 14 metro station to IP University metro station, he added.

IP University eyes expansion plan

Students aspiring to study at the Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU), popularly known as IP University, will be welcomed by some state-of-the-art infrastructure in coming years.

The university is all set to roll out a slew of large-scale development projects - from a new hostel building to an indoor stadium. A sports field has already been built. In the next two years, we will set up a swimming pool too. We will also have an indoor stadium, construction for which is already underway, said DK Bandopadhyay, vice-chancellor of the university.

An international youth hostel is also on the anvil, which will house 200 students. This facility follows the existing four youth hostels, which together can accommodate 800 students. The aim is to create a residential campus, so that students dont have to travel back and forth. However, well not hike the fee to finance the projects, he said.
However, a certain section of the expansion project has met a roadblock. The institute is still waiting for a clearance from the DDA to start the construction of another college in east Delhis Surajmal Vihar. Around 20 acres has been set aside for the college. The university covers 16 acres in Kashmere Gate. It also has a 60-acre campus in Dwarka.
We are waiting for the DDAs sanction plan, so that we can start the construction. The government has sanctioned R65 crore and well use that to build the School of Architecture and School of Design, he added.

Admissions for MBA start at IP University

The Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) kicked off its admission process for MBA with the sale of forms on Friday. The forms can be bought from branches of Indian Bank and the last date for submitting these is February 20.

For the first time, the university will
hold personal interviews along with a common entrance test to select students. The interview will account for 25% of the marks, while the test will account for the rest.
There is lack of awareness. Students end up going to other places when they can get quality education in their own city, said Pradeep Upmanyu, academic branch, GGSIPU.

IP University cancels course

The country may be reeling under the effect of a destructive earthquake in Sikkim but disaster management, it seems, is still not high on our agenda. The Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University offers a part-time, weekend MBA programme in disaster management for government sponsored

applicants, but the course will not be conducted this time around due to the lack of applications.
While the university offers 60 seats in the programme, it was able to attract only six applications for the 2011-2013 academic session. According to the university authorities, the course has seen a lukewarm response from the time of its inception five years back. Around two years back as well, we had to cancel the course as there were very few applicants. It has happened again this year, said Nalini Ranjan, spokesperson, IP University.
According to a paramilitary officer, who had applied for the course but doesnt want to be named, the reason for the low turnout was the lack of awareness about the course.

No one knows that such a course is available as the university does not publicise it at all. This year they took out only one advertisement which was very easy to miss. If they were not getting applications, they should have sent letters to the offices from where they usually get their applicants, as it is a very important course, he said.
In last years batch, there were 50 applicants. Most of the applicants come from the paramilitary forces and the Delhi Police.

We extended the dates of application but were able to get only six applicants. We cant run a course with such a small number of students. We had mentioned it in out prospectus that the course will be cancelled unless we get a minimum number of applicants. We are refunding all application money, said Ranjan.

Tales of bribery from Ramlila Maidan

New Delhi: At least one out of every 10 anti-corruption protesters at Ramlila Maidan has greased palms to get work done - ranging from approval of building plans to university admission. In most cases, the recipient is none other than government officers, the protesters claim.Banker SC Gupta: I had to give a bribe of Rs 50,000 for the approval of my building plan.

Private sector employee Shankar: I was forced to give a bribe of Rs 1,000 in order to get my Income Tax refund of Rs 12,000.

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Contractor Inderbir: I had to give a bribe of Rs 1,00,000 for the admission of my son in IP University for the MCA course.Businessman Sandeep: I was stopped by the policemen when the area was barricaded and I had to pay Rs 200 only because I was carrying household items in my car.Trader Raja: I had to give a bribe of Rs 18,000 for the admission of my son in Class 11 in Abhinav Public School.Private sector worker Danni: I had to give a bribe of Rs 1,500 to the MCD officials as they rejected my land approval application even after all my documents were up to the mark.Private company employee Bhuwan: I had to give a bribe of Rs 500 to the police officials in order to get my passport.

Executive Puneet: I had to give a bribe of Rs 50 to the Ghaziabad railway police when they refused to lodge FIR when I lost my cellphone.Chartered accountant Surender: I had to give a bribe of Rs 5 lakh to the Income Tax officials in order to scrutinise a case of my client.Businessman R. Chopra: I had to pay Rs 500 to the electricity department when they said my meter was faulty and 40 percent extra will be charged for the last six months.

NGO worker B. Prasad: I am trying to start a government project of Rs 15 crore for the last seven years and the government had also approved it, but now they are asking for bribe.Gurgaon resident V. Bandre: I had to give a bribe of Rs 5,000 for the registration of a single window house.

Private sector employee Ajay Kumar: I had to give a bribe of Rs 2,000 in order to get my Provident Fund of Rs 2,50,000.Relationship manager Rahul Gupta: I had to give a bribe of Rs 800 to get my driving licence from Ashok Nagar authority.Uttar Pradesh officials son Santosh Kumar Pandey: UP government officials forcibly take Rs 5,000 from clerks and Rs 10,000 from officers during Mayawatis birthday.

IT professional Pankaj: I had to give a bribe of Rs 4,000 to get my fathers Travel Allowance of Rs 40,000.
LIC advisor Rajesh: I had to give a bribe of Rs 9,000 in order to settle the extra bill charged by the electricity department.Director of a company Nilay: I had to give a bribe of Rs 10,000 for my apartment registration in Bangalore.

Businessman Manoj: I had to pay bribe of Rs 2,000 to the MCD officials in Rajouri Garden to get 20 copies of my fathers death certificate.

IP Univ delays counselling sessions for five courses

Students awaiting counselling dates for Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University s (GGSIPU) courses will have to wait longer. The university has postponed the counselling sessions for its MBBS, BBA, BCA, BJMS and B.Ed courses. The decision comes following the All India Council for Technical Educations (AICTE) review of the intake for every course offered by the university.

The newest delay has been attributed to the pending judgment of the Delhi High Court regarding the allocation of seats in the Vardhaman Mahavir Medical College and the Army College of Medical Science — both of which fall under the GGSIPUs ambit.

Both cases are regarding allocation of seats in MBBS courses. The decision on the issue is still pending in the Delhi High Court. Till then, we cannot set a counselling date, said Nalini Ranjan, Public Relations Officer, GGSIPU.
While 100 seats in the Vardhaman Mahavir Medical College have been reserved for GGSIPU, the petition in
the high court has challenged the reservation of seats in the MBBS programme under the Common Entrance Test
(CET) 2011.

On the other hand, the petition against the Army College of Medical Science challenges 100% reservation for children of Army personnel. The court has asked to start the counselling only after the high court pronounces its decision. For the remaining non-medical courses like BBA and B.Ed., counselling dates have been deferred following the decision to convert reserved category seats to general category. So the counselling for these subjects will be announced within the next two-three days, added Ranjan.

Impatient students, however, are now venting their ire on the universitys management. Every university has started classes across the country. It is ridiculous that they couldnt convert the seats before. When it comes to taking the onus, the management conveniently passes it off as a technical problem, said Rahul Sharma (name changed), who has taken admission in the BBA programme.

Answer sheets vanish from DU exam dept

Students of Delhi Universitys (DU) Janki Devi Memorial College were in for a shock, after the examination department of the university misplaced 20 answer scripts, belonging to the students of BA (hons) Sociology. The 20 students, who had taken up the second year exams, were informed by DU that the answer scripts of the paper, Sociology of contemporary India, had been misplaced and students were required to re-take the exam in order to be marked.

August 19 has been fixed as the new date for the students, to reappear for the examination. Students, who have been at the receiving end of this, have been protesting against the universitys callousness in the matter.Have the papers just vanished? There is no transparency at all in this system. The university and the college think that they can get away by just notifying us of this development. At the end of the day, we are the ones who have to face the consequences and not the authorities, said a student on the condition of anonymity.While the college claims that the packet containing the answer papers were sent through correct channel, DU however, has passed this incident off as an honest mistake.

We get 17 lakh copies and out of that we have misplaced 20. It is an honest mistake and we are well aware of it. But these students have asked us to uniformly give them 75% marks. This is not charity. How can we just assign random marks? We could adjust their aggregate marks, but it has been decided that these students will have to take the exam again in order to be marked. We are trying to locate the papers but they should be prepared to take up the exam again, said RC Sharma, Dean of exams Delhi University.The college too, has decided to abide by the decision laid down by DU. However, arrangements have also been made to ensure that the students don not face any inconvenience this time.
We have requested the university to be lenient in setting and marking the paper. The girls have been protesting continuously and it is with great difficulty that we have finally convinced them to take the exam on August 19. So starting from today (Friday) till the day of the exam we have given them a study period and the classes and attendance that they miss will be compensated, said Indu Anand, principal of Janki Devi Memorial College.

Counselling session starts at Indraprastha University

Following the AICTEs revision of student intake in all courses offered by Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (IP University), the university has decided to start the second round of counselling from Friday. Courses such as, MA (English and communication), M.Ed and Master of Mass Communication (MMC) will start on Friday, while a date for other courses, such as MSc (Bio-Diversity and Conservation), MSc (Environment Management) are yet to be announced.
While the first round of counselling for MBA, MCA, MCA (SE) and B.Tech has been going on, the B(Architecture) programme will begin on Friday and that for B(Pharma) will begin on July 31.

The AICTE has cleared the intake of all the courses in the university and now we will start the counselling rounds for all the courses, said Nalini Ranjan, media coordinator, GGSIPU. The university had set July 25, as the last date to withdraw the admission, following which 400 seats were left vacant in BBA, 214 in BEd, 74 in LLB and 105 in BCA.
Other than the seats that have already been left vacant due to withdrawal, there are some seats left under the reserved categories as well which will be converted into general category. So aspirants have good chance in second counselling too. It must however, be noted that students will have no chance to withdraw after admission in second counseling, added Ranjan.

IP University opens admission for new courses

Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University has started the admission process for regular MTech programmes (Admission Brochure 6) and other weekend programmes (Admission Brochure 7) for this academic year. This year, the university has launched two weekend programmes — LLM (cyber law and cyber
crime) and LLM (intellectual and industrial property law).

In the regular masters programmes, the deadline for sale and submission of admission forms for MTech (engineering physics), MTech (nano science and technology) and MTech (chemical engineering) is July 18.

The closing date for sale and submission of admission forms for MTech (computer science and engineering), MTech (information technology), MTech (information security), MTech (Very Large Scale Integration design), MTech (digital and wireless communication), MTech (digital communication, signal processing, RF and microwave engineering) is July 11.

For the weekend programmes, the last date for sale and submission of admission forms for MBA (general), MBA (consultancy management), MBA (banking and insurance), MBA (real estate), MBA (disaster management), master of journalism and mass communication, LLM (cyber law and cyber crime), LLM (intellectual and industrial property law) is July 4.

For MTech (information technology) and MTech (electronics and communication engineering), the last date is July 11.

The admission brochure-cum-admission forms for all these programmes are available at the Indian Bank, GGSIPU Campus, Sector 16 C, Dwarka.

For further details, visit the university website, www.ipu.ac.in.

New business courses at IP University from new session

Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) will introduce three new courses — MBA (Hospitality Management), MBA (Financial Market) and BBA (Financial Market) — from the academic session 2011-12. MBA (Financial Market) and BBA (Financial Market) will be run in collaboration with the National Stock Exchange. The university, which started its sale of forms from Tuesday, is offering 20,000 seats this year for 85 programmes.

Admissions to the various courses will be conducted through 48 common entrance tests (CET) this year for seats across 11 schools of the university and 103 affiliated institutes. GGSIPU is planning to conduct the CETs for four of its most sought after courses MBA, MBBS, BTech and MCA in 13 cities across India including Delhi, Bangalore, Chandigarh, Jaipur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Bhopal, Jalandhar, Nagpur, Shimla, Muradabaad, Hissar and Dehradun. For the remaining courses, the entrance test will be held only in Delhi.

This year applicants need to fill the admission form in his-her own handwriting, which will be further cross checked at various stages of the admission process. This is part of examination reforms carried out by the university to maintain transparency in the admission process, said vice-chancellor DK Bandhopadyay.

Further, the students will be required to paste a bigger colour photograph with white background.The application forms can be obtained from 44 designated branches of only Indian Bank- 22 centres in Delhi and 22 outside Delhi. Students can also submit the CET application forms online, along with the CET fee, at http:--ipu.admissionhelp.com. The last date is April 25, 2011.

Candlelight march against women harassment

New Delhi: In the wake of rising cases of rape and sexual harassment in Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR), around 150 people, mostly students, on Sunday held a candlelight march at Jantar Mantar, demanding the safety of women.

Members of various social organisations and students from Delhi University, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), Jamia Millia University and Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University participated in the silent protest march.The march came in the wake of the brutal rape of a 16-year-old Dalit girl in Bindaki area of Uttar Pradesh. Her hands, nose and ears were allegedly chopped off by three men for resisting the rape attempt.
Delhi has never been safe for women. Statistics reveal that every hour a girl is being raped in the city, the safety for women has become the largest concern. In a recent incident, a Dalit girl was brutally raped in Bindaki in Uttar Pradesh, said GGSIPUs student council president Siddharth Tomar, one of the organisers of the march.he students shouted slogans Like Jessica, Ruchika, next is you and me and marched from Janata Dal-United office to Jantar Mantar.All we are asking for is justice. This could have happened to anyone, and we are just saying that such rapists must be given a stringent punishment, so that another incident like this never takes place, said Priyanka Choudhary, a Delhi University student.

According to the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) statistics for 2010, Delhi recorded the highest rate of crime against women at 27.6 percent as against the national average of 14.1 percent.

Among the 35 mega cities in the country, those having more than 10 lakh of population and above, Delhi reported 562 of the total 1,693 rape cases. Out of total number of 2,409 cases of kidnapping and abduction of women, Delhi reported 900 cases.

IP varsity postpones counselling session

The results for the Common Entrance Test conducted by Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) was declared a long time back but the anxiety for students is still not over. The university was supposed to start with admissions counseling sessions on July 1 but we have not heard anything from them so for, said J. Hayavadana, who has cleared the entrance for B. Tech.

The website mentions the counseling dates for various disciplines such as Bachelors of Computer Application and B. Tech as July 1.We had set the date as July 1 but since we have not got the audit report regarding the number of seats in various colleges so far we cannot conduct counseling sessions currently, said Nalini Ranjan, media representative, GGSIPU.
Outstation students, meanwhile, are having a tough time in Delhi . We came to Delhi on July 1 for the counseling but have been waiting for communication from the university authorities, said Shekhar Singh, a resident of Kanpur .

The university authorities are yet to decide upon new dates and have asked students to check the university website, www.ipu.ac.in, on Tuesday for communication.

IP overhauls BMMMC entrance

The entry requirements for the Bachelors in Mass Media and Mass Communication (BMMMC) programme are poised for an overhaul. The entrance exam, which was earlier a three-tier process, has been cut down to two stages. The first exam will test the general and media awareness and the second will check t
heir creative and analytical skills. The third stage, the interview, has been done away with from this year. Throughout the Delhi University, the course is offered only at Indraprastha College for Women.

We dont want any subjectivity to creep in while admitting students. The interview gauges the students presentation skills and decides whether the person is suitable for the media or not. But (a job in) the media not only calls for articulation but it also involves back-room work, for which no presentation skills are needed, says Dr Babli Moitra Saraf, principal of IP College.

The two stages of the entrance test will now last 90 minutes each, unlike last year when these tests were for three hours and one hour, respectively. Another change relates to the orientation of entrance tests. From this year, the second stage will judge creative and analytical skills. Earlier, it used to test only for creative skills.
The syllabus being taught for the last 11 years is set to be updated this year. We have sent the proposal to the University and it is pending approval. If we get the green signal, then the new syllabus might be implemented this year, adds Saraf.

The new curriculum, says Saraf, would focus more on social and media theory, and communication will be taught as a science and an academic subject, apart from its functional use. The new syllabus will churn out thinking mediapersons — you dont find many in the profession nowadays. We will not only train students on what to think but would lay emphasis on how to think as well, says Saraf.

The idea, it seems, was generated from the fact that very few students go for further studies after studying BMMMC. The majority of students find jobs within two months of the completion of the programme and just 10 per cent of them go for a Masters, says Dr Manasvini M Yogi, coordinator, BMMMC programme, IP College.

Apart from addressing the aversion for higher studies, the college authorities are keen to entice students to take up media studies as a research subject. We want our students to go in for research and come back to the college as teachers, says Saraf.

The programme is quite unique and comprises of workshops every weekend. Students are taught subjects outside the curriculum in these workshops. And industry experts from media, cinema, radio and advertising visit the college for the same. We get experts like Vinod Dua and Ritika Jhanji (an IP College alumnus) from NDTV and professionals from radio stations, advertising and PR companies, says Yogi.

Thanks to the diverse training modules that students emerge well-equipped to handle diverse challenges. When I went for an interview, they asked me what can you do. I asked them what do you want me to do. I can handle everything — media, production, advertising and news. I liked production, so finally I was assigned that, says Shruti Sharma, who passed out of the course last year and is currently working as an assistant director in Wizcraft on a Bollywood musical called Kingdom of Dreams.

More BArch seats at IP University

Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University will admit students for the BArch programme in its on-campus University School of Architecture and Planning (USAP) as well. The Council of Architecture has approved the school with an intake of 40 students.

Moreover, the intake has also been enhan ced at the universitys existing architecture institute Sushant School of Architecture and Planning from 44 (last year) to 80 for this year. The total number of seats now available for the BArch programme is 120. Media courses through distance learning
Access Atlantech Edutainment (India), in association with Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), has announced the start of their certificate courses in the distance-learning mode. The admissions for the courses are open and the classes are set to begin by August 2009.

AAT and IGNOU had signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in the presence of Prof. VN Rajasekharan Pillai, Vice-Chancellor, IGNOU, and other distinguished invitees. Under the MOU, Access Atlantech Edutainment and IGNOU will offer six-month certificate courses in Digital Audio and Digital Production.

The courses offered under this affiliation are: Certificate programme in Creative Media Arts (Digital Audio), certificate programme in Creative Media Arts (Digital Production in Television and Film).
The distance-learning certificate programme will be offered from August 2009 with Contact Programmes scheduled at all the Access Atlantech campuses across India.

Hospitality institute ties up with London B-school

Lakhshya Bhartee Institute of International Hotel Management (LBIIHM), located in Delhi and Greater Noida, has tied up with London School of Business Management. Baskaran Ilangovan, Principal, LSBM and Kamal Kumar, Director, LBIIHM, signed a memorandum of understanding in Delhi. As part of the pact, second-year students from LBIIHM can go to the UK for six months. In six moths, students will study at LSBM for two months and do four months of paid internship at

various five-star properties in the UK.

Online mock CAT by coaching institute

Career Launcher, a private coaching provider, is organising the first-ever Open Online Mock CAT test series in major cities between July 25 and August 2. The cities include Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, Chandigarh, Bhubaneswar, Bangalore, Kolkata, Indore, Pune, Chennai, Kochi, Hyderabad, Bhopal, Nagpur, Ahmedabad, and Rajkot, among others.

IP University comes as respite from the DU rush

This fact is likely to take you by surprise. For the 49,000 seats it offers to freshers, Delhi University has received a whopping 1.3 lakh admission forms. Tough competition, huh? Now, hear this: Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) or IP University as it is commonly called has received a little over 1.6 lakh applications for roughly 14,800 seats this year.

Yes, the university — established just 10 years ago — is turning out to be a much-needed alternative to the institution founded way back in 1922. And the ones making good use of the alternative are outstation candidates.
The number of outstation applicants to courses like MBBS, BTech and MCA exceeds the number of aspirants from Delhi.
For the B.Tech-M.Tech (dual degree) course, for example, the university has got close to 33,000 applications from outsiders for just 670 seats that are set aside for them. MBA, BBA, BTech and BA (LLB) are among the other courses which are most sought after by this category.

So much so, that for many courses the number of outstation candidates is greater than candidates from Delhi.
Outstation students, however, can stake claim to just 15 per cent of the seats at GGSIPU. About 43 per cent of the total applications are from this category.

The interest of students from other states in IP University has increased tremendously. The number of applicants is a strong endorsement of this, said Dilip K. Bandyopadhyay, vice chancellor, IP University.
The relevance of our courses in the industry has led to such increased interest. Moreover, here we keep revising our curriculum every two years to ensure that it meets the meets of the market.
At DU theres no one keeping a tab on the hours put in by a student. Several colleges affiliated to IP university lay a lot of emphasis on discipline and have a strict attendance system in place, said Ravi K. Dhar, Director, Jagannath International Management School (JIMS).

Some of us, our institute is a case in point, even keep in touch with parents of the outstation student and keep them posted on the childs progress via SMS. Such care and attention is bound to make the university a preferred choice for many.

Bingo to the new chat lingo!

Hey dey..Ssup! m doin gr8..Cr4 a coffa ton8 ?? kewl.. Cya at 8...G2g ,tc!! Shortened verbs, sentences sans prepositions, abbreviations used as never before...Get accustomed to the language of young, considered the in thing today. After all who has the time in this world to inquire if the person on other side is a he or she, an uncle or a kid, a hi is much more happening these days. The new chat lingo is faster, trendier and a great time saver, when it comes to text chat and on messenger. Moreover, they are in vogue these days, says Sanya Ralhan, Class X student.

As the cell phones replace Barbie dolls and toy cars, it seems laptops are what kids demand for on turning nine.
The generation Y cannot debar itself from using the language in vogue. One often faces time and space constraints in message chats, therefore use of abbreviations and jargons is convenient besides its fun to play with the language as we go on creating more and more smart lingos, says 12 -year -old Devika Kapoor.

Whats more, the word sms itself has found itself a comfortable place in Oxford dictionary. Seeing the wide usage of such lingo by a large number of people, its impact is very much visible on the written day-to-day English.
With every new batch, chat lingos are frequently seen in the answer sheets and assignments, but I have no qualms in accepting the changing trend. I feel language is a dynamic thing and changes to suit the needs of man should be readily acceptable, says SD Triparthy, Professor, IP University.

Though not recognised officially, some of the lingos have made its way in the dictionaries.(Brb - be right back, tc-take care, asap - as soon as possible, imho - in my humble opinion, l8r- later , gf- girl friend) according to dictionary.com and all these lingos are extensively used in the west ,in informal as well as formal electronic mails.No matter how much they use the lingos, students do not feel the need to declare them as a part of language, as they believe the beauty of words would be lost. I excessively use the chat terminology in e-mails and messages sent to friends, but thats about it, I make sure it doesnt creep into my answers and homework. As students its our responsibility to maintain the sanctity of language, and not tamper with it, says engineering student Anshul Vir in Punjab.

Innovative short-term courses at IP university

In keeping with the latest trend, IP University will be introducing a series of short term courses. These include courses on cyber law, Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and Environmental law.

These days, a large segment from professional and non professional backgrounds
have been evincing interest in short term courses. Those who are working do not have spare time except weekends.

We are designing these courses to suit their needs. These courses would be for a duration between three weeks to three months, said Professor KK Aggarwal, Vice Chancellor of Guru Gobind Singh IP University. With this view, we have not imposed an age limit restriction on these courses.

Introduction

Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University has been established by Government of NCT of Delhi under the provisions of Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University Act, 1998 read with its Amendment in 1999. This is an affiliating and teaching University that aims to facilitate and promote studies, research and extension work in emerging areas of higher education with focus on professional education in the disciplines of engineering, technology, architecture, management, law, medicine, pharmacy, physiotherapy, nursing, education, journalism and mass communication, etc.

The University has been accredited as Grade 'A' by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). Further, the initiative has been taken by the University for ISO 9001:2000 certification. Within a span of nine years, the University has been able to make its presence felt the world over. It is running more than 60 programmes in 10 University Schools of Studies and 80 Institutes (Government as well as self-financing), imparting professional education to more than 38,000 students with an annual intake of about 12,000. The students of this University are getting excellent placements in best of the companies like TCS, Infosys, Wipro, DCM Technologies, Tech. Mahendra, Quark, ST Microelectronics, Ranbaxy, Pepsi, HDFC, ABN Amro Bank, ICICI Bank, Air-Tel, Nestle, LG, Reliance, Oracle, Max Healthcare, Whirlpool, Singapore Telecom, Sony India Ltd., Crisil, NSE and so on.

New Courses
The University has recently started a number of new programmes of societal relevance such as MBA (Disaster Management/Real Estate/Software Enterprise), PG Diploma (Electronic Media/Disaster Preparedness and Rehabilitation), Masters of Journalism (Mass Communication), Masters of Prosthetics and Orthotics, Masters of Occupational Therapy (Musculoskeletal/Neurology), Masters of Public Health (Field Epidemiology), Master of Mass Media, M.A.(English & Communication Studies) and M.Tech. (Engineering Physics). Believing in the philosophy of continuing education, the
University has started a number of Post Graduate level Weekend Programmes in Management, Technology and Mass Communication for working professionals which have become very popular.

Campus
University's State of Art Campus with ultra-modern facilities in an area measuring 60 acres is coming up at West Delhi (Dwarka). With an aim to provide Research and Development facilities of
international standards, the University has decided to set-up an Institute of Information Technology in East Delhi (Surajmal Vihar). For this purpose it has acquired 19 acres of land on which the construction is likely to start very soon.

The University is currently functioning from its Campus at Kashmere Gate, Delhi spread over an
area of 16 acres. On this campus, the University is running 10 schools and One University Maintained College (IGIT) imparting professional education to more than 3000 graduate and post-graduate level students.

Research & Development
Teaching, research and consultancy must go hand in hand. University encourages the teachers and the students for extensive research work. University is on its way to be known as a centre of quality research, international publication and for the best standard of its pass-outs. With its determined leadership, University is sure that it will be able to make a mark soon on the international education map. The University faculties have been able to attract many research
projects sponsored by various national agencies. The students are also the recipients of the prestigious fellowships and are working on the various research projects in the fields of Biotechnology, Genetic Engineering, Environment Management, Information Technology, etc.

The focus on research is evident from the publications/presentations of more than 200 research papers annually during past years, though the regular strength of faculty on the campus is about 170 only. Ph.D. Programmes The University, since its inception, is also providing facility to the students to pursue research leading to the award of the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) in all the University Schools of Studies and in all professional disciplines. The distinguishing features of the Research Programmes leading to the award of the Doctoral Degree of the University are:

(a) The professionals and administrators working in Corporate Sector/Government Institutes are encouraged to undertake research studies;

(b) No distinction has been made between the Full-Time and Part-Time Research Scholars;

(c) The Ordinance has been framed in such a manner which provides:

(i) Maximum flexibility to the Research Scholars in terms of the minimum and maximum period permissible for the submission of Ph.D Dissertations;
(ii) The system of providing guidance to the Research Scholars by the Supervisors, whether in the University or outside;

(iii) No compulsory requirement of stay at the University.

(d) Provision for recognizing the Institutes, which have excelled in specific fields, as an Approved Research Centres.

Notwithstanding these flexible provisions, the quality of the research is rigorously monitored and no Research Scholar is allowed to submit his/her Ph.D thesis unless he/she has to his/her credit minimum of two published research papers in International/National (refereed) journals.

Doctoral and Post Doctoral Research Fellowship
The University has launched a fellowship scheme for promotion of Doctoral / Post Doctoral Research in the specialized areas of Electronics & Communication Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Information Technology, Computer Science & Engineering, Mechanical & Automation Engineering, Bio-technology, Basic & Applied Sciences, Humanities & Social Sciences, Management, Environment & Disaster Management Studies and Law & Legal Studies in its respective School of Studies. The amount of Fellowship for pursuing research for Ph.D will be Rs.12,000/- per month and for Post
Doctoral research, it will be Rs.18,000/- per month.

Laboratories
The University has 70 State-of-the-Art well equipped sophisticated laboratories at its Kashmere Gate Campus with indigenous and imported equipments. The aim is to help the students in performing practical work and testing their theoretical knowledge in practice. These laboratories provide dynamic, broad based research environment and strong 6 foundation to the students and research scholars. Each school has its own dedicated laboratories like the Software Development Cell, Web Development Lab, Computer Centre, Linux Lab, Microprocessor Lab, Multimedia Lab for the University School of Information Technology; Chemical Analysis and Monitoring Lab for the University School of
Chemical Technology; Plant Tissue Culture Lab, Animal Tissue Culture Lab, Molecular Biology Lab, Microbiology and Enzymes Lab for the University School of Biotechnology and Air and Noise Pollution Monitoring Lab, Water Quality Analysis Lab, Microbial Technology Lab and a separate section for Remote Sensing and Geographical Information Systems in the University School of Environment Management.

The above list is not exhaustive but only illustrative. In addition to this, there are adequate labs in the affiliated colleges/institutes of the University depending upon the requirement of the course.

University Information Resource Centre (Library)
The University Library, re-christened as University Information Resource Centre (UIRC), was established at its Kashmere Gate Campus in September 1999 with the prime responsibility to supplement the educational and knowledge needs of the students, researchers and its faculty members. UIRC has been consistently building up itself from strength to strength to fulfill its objectives by incorporating the latest technology and talent in providing most cost-effective and time-efficient information services to its members. The services offered by UIRC are fully computerized. The resource centre also has Xerox facilities and document delivery services. The
centre at present serves about 3,000 members. It is fully airconditioned with a plan of doubling its reading room capacity in the near future. In addition to this, there are Libraries in all the affiliated colleges/institutes of the University depending upon the requirement of the course(s).

Hostel Accommodation
The University campus has two in house Hostels, East Hostel for Men and West Hostel for Women. The Hostels are well equipped for comfortable lodging & boarding of approximately 120 students in Men's Hostel and 240 students in Women's Hostel, respectively. Hostel admission will commence soon after the results of the first counselling are declared. Only students admitted to the courses in the University Schools of Studies and Indira Gandhi Institute of Technology are eligible for hostel accommodation. The allotment of the hostel accommodation will strictly depend on the availability of the vacant seats. Complete information will be available in the Hostel Prospectus, which may be procured from the respective hostel offices after the first counselling. Additional details are available on the University website (www.ipu.ac.in).

Apart from this, some of the affiliated colleges/institutes also provide hostel facilities.

Cultural and Co-curricular Activities
In addition to providing exceptionally good educational and research environment, the University also lays emphasis on cultural and co-curricular activities for its students for their overall development. The University provides facility of several Playgrounds at its campus so that these students can play and participate in sports events. It has a basket ball court, a volley ball court, lawn tennis courts, badminton courts and a large ground used for playing games like Football, Cricket, Hockey and Rugby etc. University also organizes sports meet.

The University strongly believes that 'work as well as play' is a good approach for any professional organization. To achieve this, the University organizes a number of Techno-Cultural festivals and other events like Anugoonj, InfoXpression, Zenith, Impulse, Synergy, Moot Court Competitions, Sport Meets, etc. Educational Tours are also regularly organized for giving field exposure to the students. A student magazine 'Adamya' is also published regularly.

Scholarships and Awards
The University gives scholarships worth Rs.10,000/- per annum to the students admitted in the University Schools of Studies and Indira Gandhi Institute of Technology in order of merit of the Common Entrance Test (CET) to the first three students admitted in each programme. These scholarships shall be payable after the first semester examinations. These scholarships continue till these students complete their studies provided they continue to secure minimum of 60%
marks in both the Semesters taken together in the subsequent years of the concerned programmes. University awards the medals, certificates and cash prizes to the meritorious students who stand first and second in the University School of Studies and IGIT in their respective programmes. The University also honours its topper students with a Gold Medal and a Certificate of Merit in the respective programmes. Scholarships to Students belonging to Economically Weaker Sections of the Society University also awards scholarships/benefits to the students belonging to economically weaker sections of the society whose parental monthly income from all sources is upto Rs.5,000/- and who get admission on their own merit and continue to secure more than 60% marks in University examinations. Such students have to apply to the Vice-Chancellor through concerned Dean of University School of Studies or the Principal/ Director of the Affiliated College/Institute of
the University with the following documents:

(a) Income certificate from the parent's, employer or from a Gazetted Officer;

(b) University Enrolment Certificate;

(c) Attested copy of the mark sheet of semester examinations last appeared;

(d) Recommendations of the Dean/ Principal/ Director of the concerned University School of Studies/ Affiliated

College/Institute.
Examination
The examination system of the University has been computerized. Besides running most of the programmes in Semester System, the University follows credit based evaluation. The overall weightage of a course in the Syllabi and Scheme of Examination is determined in terms of credits assigned to the course. Obtaining a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate in each course including the semester-end/year-end examination and the teacher's continuous evaluation is essential to earn the assigned credits. A candidate who secures less than 50% of marks in a course is, therefore, deemed to have failed in that course. A Student is eligible for the award of the University degree, if he/she has registered himself/ herself, undergone the regular course of studies, completed
the project report/dissertation specified in the curriculum of his/her programme within the stipulated time, and has secured the minimum credits prescribed for the award of the concerned degree.

Attendance and Re-Admission
A student is required to have a minimum attendance of 75% in aggregate of all the courses taken together in a semester/ year. However, Dean of the School in case of University Schools and Principal/Director in case of University maintained/affiliated colleges/institutes may condone attendance shortage upto 5% for individual student for reasons beyond control of the student. Under no circumstances, a student who has an aggregate attendance of less than 70% in a semester/year will be allowed to appear in the semester/annual examination. All the Deans of University Schools of Studies and Directors/Principals of affiliated colleges/institutes are responsible for ensuring that no student who has less than 70% of attendance in a semester/year is allowed to appear in the end semester/annual examinations. In case any student appears by default in end-term examinations, who, in fact, should have been detained by the School/Institute, his/her result shall be treated as null and void. In respect to re-admissions of detained students, it is clarified that re-admissions can be made by the Deans of the University Schools of Studies and Directors/Principals of affiliated colleges/institutes at their own end. However, the concerned Dean and Director/Principal of the affiliated colleges/institutes must forward the cases of re-admissions to the Academic Branch and Examination Branch of the University at least two weeks prior to the commencement of the Academic Session, i.e. 1st August. The University Enrolment Number will remain unchanged on re-admission and student will have to pay the full fee as per University rules.

Profile of University

Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University established by Government of NCT of Delhi under the provisions of Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University Act, 1998 read with its Amendment in 1999.

The University is recognised by University Grants Commission (UGC), India under section 12B of UGC Act.

The University has been awarded the ISO 9001:2000 Certification by Standardization, Testing and Quality Certification Directorate, Department of Information Technology, Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, Government of India, for a period of three years.

It is an affiliating and teaching University that aims to facilitate and promote studies, research and extension work in emerging areas of higher education with focus on professional education in the disciplines of engineering, technology, architecture, management, medicine, pharmacy, physiotherapy, nursing, education, law, journalism and mass communication, etc. and also to achieve excellence in these and related fields and other matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.

It awards various degrees like: B.Tech, M.Tech, MCA, M.Sc. (Environment Management), M.Sc.(Forensic Science), M.Sc.(Ciminology), B.Arch., BCA, BBA, MBA, BMC, B.Sc.(MLT), B.Sc.(Hons) Nursing, BJ(MC), BASLP, BRT, B.Pharma, BPT, MPT, BHMCT, B.Ed., LLB, LLM, MAHM, MCPHM, MHRPD, BHMS, MBBS and Ph.D etc. The admission to these programmes are done yearly through Common Entrance Test.

Vission And Mission

Our Vision :
The University will stimulate both the hearts and minds of scholars,empower them to contribute to the welfare of the society at large; train them to adapt themselves to the changing needs of the economy; educate them for cultural leadership to ensure peace, harmony and prosperity for all.

Our Mission :
The Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University shall strive hard to provide a market oriented professional education to the student community of the India in general and of Delhi in particular, with a view to serving the cause of higher education as well as to meet the needs of the Indian industries by promoting establishments of colleges and schools of studies as centres of excellence in emerging areas of education with focus on professional education in disciplines of engineering, technology, management, medicine, education, pharmacy, nursing, law etc..

Vice Chancellor

Dr. Dilip K. Bandyopadhyay is the Vice-Chancellor of the Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University since December 2008. He was the Director of Indian Institute of Forest Management (IIFM), Bhopal (Ministry of Environment and Forest) from 2004 to 2008. Prior to joining to IIFM, he was a Professor and Dean and Acting Director (2001-2003), at the Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow. He was Founder Chairperson of the Fellow Programme in Management and International Exchange Program at the Indian Institute of Management. Lucknow. He worked for IIM Lucknow from 1986, more or less from its inception, to 2003. Prior joining to IIM Lucknow, he has had the working experiences of ten years at different premium National level Institutions (IITM, IMD (Pune), TIFR (Bombay), INS DOC, NPL, CSIR HQ, NIC (New Delhi), CDRI (Lucknow)) in one or more capacities as In - charge, Analyst, System developer and Systems' user.

He has more than 32 years of post Ph. D academic, research, and consultancy and training experiences in the field of Information Technology and Organizational Systems. He is a Gold Medalist in his Masters degree, an University research fellow for carrying out his Ph. D work in Computer Applications and a PostDoctoral fellow in management at EESEC, France. He is also a Fellow of the All India Management Association and Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers.

His experiences since 1976 involve responsibilities as i) Management consultant, ii) Systems analysts iii) Process modeler etc. which includes i) Process Reengineering and Process Automation ii) Long range/ short range planning, iii) Organizational Studies, iv) Marketing of Information Services, v) Data Center Operations management, vi) Systems Development & Management, vii) Developing standards, viii) Establishing Local and Wide area Network (Internet) ix) NWFP Management x) GIS based applications and Corporate Social Responsibility etc.

He has supervised many doctoral students and has contributed several research articles /conference papers in many national/international referred journals/proceedings. He has also written several consulting/research reports, book chapters, monograms and teaching cases. He has been teaching in different Universities abroad and has been a keynote speaker in many International and National Conferences/Seminars. Some of his research articles have been judged as the best papers in different journals published in a particular year.

He has been a member of the Board level committees of many national and state level premium Institutions. He has been involved in different national and state level committees for formulating different program! tasks.

He has received several awards/ honors during his professional career. He is member of different Professional Societies and a widely travelled professional in the globe.

About Examination

The Examination Branch is one of the most sensitive organs of an University. Ours is an affiliating cum teaching University. The conduct of Examination for its programmes is, therefore, the major function of this Branch. Apart from conducting Common Entrance Test for admissions to various programmes of the University, the Examination Branch also conducts 'End Semester' Examination for various programmes being run in the University Schools of Studies and the Self Financing Affiliated Colleges.

Common Entrance Test (CET)
The admissions to various programmes in the University is based on merit a candidate attains in the CET. The Admission process is taken care of in an expeditious, systematic and transparent manner. A hassle-free CET process has been evolved. A prospective candidate -immediately on the submission of the Application Form - is issued his/her Roll Number, Examination Center, Date and Time of Examination etc. via a single window system. The results are declared as per fixed schedule to facilitate time bound counseling.

End Semester Examination
Besides the Semester System, the University follows Credit based Evaluations. A student has to maintain 75% attendance to appear for an Examination. The students have to undergo regular internal assessments and extensive project work.

The Examination system has been computerized fully. The University is also preparing its own Question Bank to eliminate dependency on external paper setters and ensure adherence of Examination schedule.

Examination & Evaluation Centres
All the affiliated institutions are actively involved in the smooth, efficient and timely conduct of Examination. Some of them have also taken the lead in accepting the onerous task of getting the answer scripts of certain academic programmes evaluated and thus enabling the University in the declaration of results as per preannounce schedule.

Every year, Entrance Tests are conducted for admission to various Programmes of the University for its University Teaching Schools and it's Affiliated Institutes. The details may be obtained by clicking on Admission hyperlink.

Unless otherwise specifically notified in course curriculum of a course , the following modified rules shall be applicable as per ordinance :-

The Examination division of the university shall conduct Examination for the regular students who have undergone a regular course of study in the university or an Institution/College affiliated to the university three times during the semester. The first terminal test will be conducted approximately at the end of the 6 th week, second at the end of 12 th week and third and final semester Examination will be held after the 17 th week of teaching or for a period specified for a course of study in the curriculum. The schedule of Examination shall be notified by this duration from time to time.

The students who have secured an attendance less than 75% in a course shall not be allowed to take up the end semester Examination. The names of students who are not found to be eligible to take the end semester Examination in the various courses shall be treated as cancelled for those courses and if it is a core course, the students shall have to register themselves again when it is offered next.

Besides above mentioned three terminal Examination in a semester, there will be other sessional assessments based on class tests term assignments and paper presentation etc. The students shall be informed in advance about the nature of assignment and procedures to be followed.

A minimum weightage of 30% will be given to the two terminal tests and 50% to the end semester Examination. The system of assessing the students for the remaining 20% will be notified from time to time.

Practical subjects will carry a weightage of 60% of marks for the tests and 40% for the end semester Examination.

The results of Ist and 2 nd semester tests shall be declared by the individual group co-ordinator. There shall be no formal declaration of results of tests. However, the results of the final semesters shall be declared formally.

The students shall have the option of clearing back papers in which they had secured less than 50% marks in a given semester, provided the course is being offered in that semester and the students are in regular touch with the relevant group co-ordinator , the teacher and completes the necessary assignments, projects, term papers etc. The students desirous of improving their performance shall be required to attend the classes of these papers and under go the process of evaluation.

A student wishing to clear a back paper may be required to attend classes during the summer vacation on the choice of group co-ordinator and the teacher of the particular course subject to the payment of prescribed fee.Every student shall apply on prescribed Examination form with Examination fee as prescribed by the University from time to time within the due dates notified.

History of University

The Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU), better known as the Indraprashta University, was established by the Government of Delhi under the provisions of Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University Act (9 of 1998) with a vision to promote studies and research in emerging areas of higher education.

Prof. K.K. Aggarwal became the first Vice-Chancellor of the varsity in December 1998. The office of the University was established in January 1999 at the old campus of Delhi College of Engineering at Kashmere Gate. The campus of the University was setup on a land measuring 60 acres at Dwarka (West Delhi) which was taken into possession by the Government of Delhi. The varsity is now situated near the entrance of the main gate at G.P.O., Kashmere Gate side, so it will be very convenient for public to come across.

The university provides comprehensive teaching and research facilities with a focus on professional education in the disciplines of engineering, technology, management studies, medicine, pharmacy, nursing, education, law, etc.

The University is running more than 60 programmes in 8 University Schools of Studies and 86 Institutes (Government as well as self-financing) affiliated to it. The varsity imparts professional education in various disciplines to more than 40,000 students with an annual intake of about 12,000 students.

Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University is one of the most prestigious universities in India. This university was established in the year 1998 by the Govt. of NCT of Delhi. The university is recognized by University Grants Commission of India under section 12B of UGC Act.

Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University conducts the B.Tech and M.Tech entrance tests every year for candidates who wish to take admission into the engineering programs offered by the university. The university usually conducts the common entrance test on May for candidates who wished to take admission into the B.Tech and M.Tech programs for the session 2010-2011.

Eligibility For Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University B.Tech/M.Tech Entrance Test

Candidates who wish to appear for the Guru Gobind Sing Indraprastha University B. Tech/M. Tech Entrance test need to have attained a minimum of 55% aggregate marks in the subjects like Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in their 10+2 system examinations of CBSE or an equivalent board.

Prospective candidates must have passed in all these subjects individually along with English. The age limit of candidates should not be more than 21 years as of 1st of August 2010.

Contact Details
Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University
Kashmere Gate,
Delhi - 110403, India
Tel.: 011-23900166, 23900167, 23900168, 23900100
Admission Help Line Number: 23900166-167-168
Fax: 011-23865941, 23900111
Website: www.ggsipu.nic.in

About IP

Sri Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, also known as IP University popularly was conceptualized to provide the ever increasing population of youth in Delhi with an opportunity to pursue quality higher education. The need for a world class center of higher learning providing technical education to the youth was being voiced for a long time. IP University offers just that by providing technical education to thousands of young students in various fields ranging from engineering, medical, paramedical, business, science and technology shaping the youngsters of today to be some of the best professionals of the future. The students have an array of fields to choose from - biotechnology, homoeopathy, MBBS, architecture, physiotherapy, chemical engineering and a host of other fields.

IP University has some of the best faculty involved in shaping the future of the young students. The faculty includes experts from various reputed institutes like IITs and IIMs. IP University is a teaching and affiliating university with over 60 affiliated colleges functioning under it. These colleges provide a huge number of opportunities to students seeking world class professional education. These affiliated institutes provide the structural backbone for shaping the young minds of today into the highly coveted professionals of tomorrow.

Delhi did not have a Technical University until the inception of IP University. Since each state has a Regional Engineering College catering to the students of that particular state, a need was felt that Delhi should have one too. The University provides for 85% reservation for Delhi residents and a further reservation for the Sikh community. Reservations in seats are also available for the underprivileged and for students from SC/ST and OBC categories. The admission process begins around January-February when the notification for the sale of brochures and examination forms is published in the major daily newspapers. An examination is conducted for each course during the months of May and June and the results are declared by the mid of July. Counselling for admissions to various courses begins as soon as the results are declared and the new session begins in early August. For more information on IP University, please visit ggsipu.nic.in or ipu.ac.in.

Sri Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, popularly known as IP University, is named after the sikh guru, Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, in its functioning, manifests the visionary spirit of the Guru, both in deeds and words. His life acts as a beacon that exhorts everyone to remain focused on a mission and make relentless endeavor for its success. Guru Gobind Singh was born Gobind Rai on December 22, 1666 A.D. to Guru Tegh Bahadur ji and mother Mata Gujri ji at Patna Sahib in Bihar. Guru Gobind Singh was just nine years old when his father laid down his life to uphold righteousness. Having failed to force Guru Tegh Bahadur to embrace Islam, Aurangzeb ordered his men to behead the Guru at the very place where Gurudwara Sis Ganj is now situated in Delhi.

On the 29th March 1676, Gobind Rai ascended to the spiritual and temporal throne as the Tenth Guru. His mission was the defence of Dharma (Righteousness) and extirpation of its enemies. He was fired with the zeal to fulfill his mission but his path was beset with many impediments. He was inexperienced and without hope of any help from his kith and kin who were hostile to him owing to his succession to Guruship.

Sri Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, popularly known as IP University, is named after the sikh guru, Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, in its functioning, manifests the visionary spirit of the Guru, both in deeds and words. His life acts as a beacon that exhorts everyone to remain focused on a mission and make relentless endeavor for its success. Guru Gobind Singh was born Gobind Rai on December 22, 1666 A.D. to Guru Tegh Bahadur ji and mother Mata Gujri ji at Patna Sahib in Bihar. Guru Gobind Singh was just nine years old when his father laid down his life to uphold righteousness. Having failed to force Guru Tegh Bahadur to embrace Islam, Aurangzeb ordered his men to behead the Guru at the very place where Gurudwara Sis Ganj is now situated in Delhi.

On the 29th March 1676, Gobind Rai ascended to the spiritual and temporal throne as the Tenth Guru. His mission was the defence of Dharma (Righteousness) and extirpation of its enemies. He was fired with the zeal to fulfill his mission but his path was beset with many impediments. He was inexperienced and without hope of any help from his kith and kin who were hostile to him owing to his succession to Guruship.

He possessed a multifaceted personality. He was a visionary of the highest order and a born leader - an excellent planner and superb strategist. He initiated the formation of a well-trained army. Apart from educating his followers in the art of war, he also introduced them to literature. He knew Sanskrit, Persian and Arabic. His writings reveal the use of 'Brij Bhasha', as propounded and used by him. He was a poet who commanded perfection in the use of rhymes of various kinds.

He was an excellent fighter and a dauntless General, who was never perturbed by the turn of events. In a rare display of courage he refused to buckle under imperial might even when he had just forty followers with him and was hopelessly sieged by enemy forces at Chamkaur.

Guru Gobind Singh was an anchorite and a true patriot. He was a God-man and mystic par excellence. The main aim of the Guru was to uplift the down trodden and make them at least the equals, if not the better of the high castes by making then the devotees of one Formless Lord, united in the brotherhood of man.

He was very steadfast. He kept his mission before him every moment and continuously worked for its success. He was above praise and averse to denigration of others. Generous to a fault he helped even those who were eager to trouble him.

Guru Gobind Singh Ji's writings have the universality of appeal as they touch the tender strings of the heart, arouse martial spirit and prepare for a life of purposeful action. He wrote in chaste Persian verse the well known composition 'Zafarnama' consisting of 112 couplets. It contains, in beautiful poetry, the narration of events pertaining to the entire struggle waged by him against the Mugal Empire. Aurangzeb was told in fine appropriate language that the governing principles of Quran were thrown to the winds by his army that plundered those who were already destitute. Aurangzeb was disillusioned and remained disturbed for a long time after reading 'Zafarnama'.

Dasam Granth is the famous anthology of the writings of the Tenth Guru. It is a voluminous book running into 1066 pages, written in Gurumukhi Script. The last portion of the Granth is in Persian though written in Gurumukhi Script. The Granth is a vast store of Lord's Devotion. Its main portions are

1. Jaap Sahib: An exposition of Japji of Guru Nanak Dev ji to be recited in the morning.

2. Akal Ustat: Eulogy of the Akal in glorious terms.

3. Vachitar Natak: Drama of his life and that of his predecessors.

4. Chandi Ki Var: Written especially for arousing the martial spirit.

5. Gian Parbodh: Full of Spiritual lore concerning God and His praise.

6. Shabad Hazare: An exposition of Japji of Guru Nanak Dev ji.

The other important portions of the Granth are named as: Chandi Charitar, Chaubis Avtara, Brahm Avtara, Ruder Avtara, Mehdimir, Shastar Nam Mala, Sri Mukhwak 33 Swayyas, Hakayat, and Istri Chariter. The Guru got the 'bani' of his father included in the Adi-Granth but never made any effort for the inclusion of his own writings, which he could have easily done, if he so wanted. He even prohibited his followers to worship him. His teachings were as follows:

1. Have a mission and continuously work for its success. Let no grief, no hardship, no adversity, in short nothing deviate you from the goal.

2. The weak are to be defended against injustice, oppression and tyranny but without entertaining any malice.

3. Evil is to be resisted and uprooted, but the sword is never to be struck in hatred or in anger or in spirit of revenge.

4. Power is never to be used for material gains at the cost of suffering of others.

5. At times it might be possible to reform an evil doer by love and non-violence. The silent resistance and suffering for a righteous cause might enable the evil doers to see the truth and he may be reformed, but no amount of non-violence can succeed against a tyrant who is hardened and steeped in criminal oppressive ways and pays no heed to basic values of moral and civilized conduct.

6. One must not be attached to anything, as all that is visible has to vanish.

7. Wealth is never to be loved. One may attain wealth but one should always be prepared to part with it.

8. Power (Physical and intellectual) helps one gain dominance in any sphere. The powerless are pushed to wall, humbled and humiliated.

9. Wahe-Guru is symbolic of the Formless Eternal Lord, who is True Guru (Enlightener) of all and the Creator of the Universe.

The contributions made by Guru Gobind Singh to the society are far-reaching and immense and bear the stamp of his personality. In fact, his contributions are a living embodiment of his "life in action and thought". His organizational skills were an immaculate blend of political pragmatics and spiritual ethics and manifested itself in his creation of the Khalsa - a movement for the establishment of an egalitarian society and just social order that was initiated by Guru Nanak Dev and reached its finale during the times of Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

The KHALSA was created ostensibly to awaken fragmented society and get rid of ritualistic superstitions that were prevalent in the name of religions. Khalsa, as a new order of the saint-soldier, was to uphold Truth and achieve not only self-conquest but also control physical evil.

Guru Gobind Singh conceived the khalsa as a common brotherhood composed of persons who were pure at heart and in mind and soul. These persons would join each other as equals in community kitchen and in all other activities- spiritual binding force being the presence of God with them at all hours.

Underlining the significance of this act, Sri Aurobindo in his book, Foundation of Indian Culture, writes that "The Khalsa was an astonishingly original and novel creation and its face was turned not to the past but to the future."

In equally glowing terms Swami Vivekananda writes "Guru Gobind Singh by a flash of his sword filled the dying soul of India with the life - giving light of Truth and Lo! It shone in all its glory again in the life of the new born Khalsa.

Arnold Toyanbee attributed the conceptualization of this egalitarian community with just social order to Guru Gobind Singh when he wrote in Study of World History that "The Khalsa Panth of Guru Gobind Singh, established in 1699, was the fore runner of Lenin's communist party and refuted the claims of Lenin that his party, set up in 1917, was the first to establish a classless and socialist society."

As a last act of foresight and vision Guru Gobind Singh abolished the practice of Guruship in person and established Guru Granth Sahib as the last Guru - thereby ordaining the Khalsa to no longer accept any man or woman as the Guru. In a way this permanence of the Guru has led to the perpetuation of the institution of Khalsa. Though the Tenth Guru could not achieve his cherished goal of destroying the Mughal Empire during his lifetime, still he left it tottering through his legacy of the Khalsa.

Facilities

Facilities: Basic Facilities like Library, Hostels, Canteen, Playgrounds, University Dispensary, Banks, and Conference hall, Auditorium, Seminars Halls and Labs are all available within the campus which is well equipped and structured.
Faculties at Indraprastha University

Graduate Programmes
B.Tech/M.Tech(Dual Degree) (IT)
B.Tech/M.Tech(Dual Degree) (CSE)
B.Tech/M.Tech(Dual Degree) (BT)
B.Tech/M.Tech(Dual Degree) (CE)
LL.B (Hons.) Bachelor of Laws (Honours)

Post Graduate Programmes
PG Diploma in Electronic Media (Weekend)
M.Tech (IT)
M.Tech. (CSE)
M.Tech. (CE)
M.Tech. (IT) Weekend
M.Tech (Engineering Physics)
MCA (SE)
M.Sc. (EM)
MBA
MBA (Weekend) Master of Business Administration (Weekend)
MBA [Banking & Insurance] (Weekend)
MBA [Real Estate] (Weekend)
LL. M.

Colleges affiliated with this University

Total number of colleges affiliated with this University = 119
1 Aditya College Of Pharmacy and Science, New Delhi
2 Ali Yavar Jung Institute of Hearing Handicapped, Delhi
3 Ambedkar Institute of Technology, New Delhi
4 Amity Institute of Education Saket, New Delhi
5 Amity Law School, Greater Noida
6 Amity Law School, New Delhi
7 Amity School of Engineering and Technology, New Delhi
8 Amity School of Physiotherapy, Gautam Budha Nagar (Greater Noida)
9 Ansal Institute of Technology, Gurgaon
10 Apeejay School of Management (ASM), New Delhi
11 Army College of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
12 ARMY INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION, New Delhi
13 Army Institute Of Management and Technology, Gautam Budha Nagar (Greater Noida)
14 Ashok Institute of Hospitality and Tourism Management, New Delhi
15 Banarsidas Chandiwala Institute of Hotel Management and Catering Technology, New Delhi
16 Banarsidas Chandiwala Institute of Information Technology (BCIIT), New Delhi
17 Banarsidas Chandiwala Institute of Physiotherapy, New Delhi
18 Banarsidas Chandiwala Institute of Professional Studies (BCIPS), Dwarka
19 Bara Hindu Rao Hospital, Delhi
20 Beri Institute of Technology, Tikri Kalan
21 BHAGWAN MAHABIR JAIN GIRLS COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, Rohtak
22 Bhagwan Parshuram Institute of Technology, New Delhi
23 Bhai Parmananad Institute of Business Studies, Delhi
24 Bharati Vidyapeeth College of Engineering (BVCE), New Delhi
25 Bharati Vidyapeeth Institute of Computer Applications and Management (BVICAM), Delhi
26 BK INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION and TECHNOLOGY, Delhi
27 BLS Institute Of Management, Ghaziabad
28 BLS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT, Bahadurgarh
29 C-DAC (Centre for Development of Advanced Computing), Gautam Budha Nagar (Greater Noida)
30 C-DAC (Centre for Development of Advanced Computing), New Delhi
31 Chanderprabhu Jain College of Higher Studies and School of Law, Delhi
32 Choudhary Brahm Prakash Ayurvedic Charak Sansthan, New Delhi
33 COMM-IT Career Academy (CITCA), New Delhi
34 DAV Institute of Management and Vocational Studies, New Delhi
35 Delhi College of Advanced Studies, Vikaspuri
36 Delhi Global Institute of Management, Faridabad
37 Delhi Institute of Advanced Studies, Delhi
38 Delhi Institute of Heritage Research and Management, New Delhi
39 Delhi Institute of Rural Development (DIRD Nangli Poona), Delhi
40 Delhi Institute of Rural Development (DIRD) Holambi, Delhi
41 Delhi Institute of Tool Engineering, Delhi
42 Delhi School of Professional Studies and Research, Delhi
43 DELHI TEACHER TRAINING COLLEGE, New Delhi
44 Delhi Teachers Training College, Nazafgarh
45 Dr BR Sur Homoeopathic Medical College Hospital And Research Centre, New Delhi
46 Dr Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, New Delhi
47 Fairfield Institute of Management and Technology, New Delhi
48 GB Pant Engineering College, New Delhi
49 Gitarattan Institute of Advanced Studies and Training, New Delhi
50 Gitarattan International Business School, New Delhi
51 Government Engineering College, New Delhi
52 GURU NANAK COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, New Delhi
53 Guru Nanak Institute of Management, New Delhi
54 Guru Premsukh Memorial College of Engineering, Delhi
55 GURU RAM DASS COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, Delhi
56 Guru Teg Bahadur Institute of Technology, Delhi
57 Hindu Rao Hospital, Delhi
58 HMR Institute of Technology and Management (HMRITM), Delhi
59 IDEAL INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT and TECHNOLOGY, Delhi
60 Indian Red Cross Society, New Delhi
61 Indian Spinal Injuries Centre Institute of Rehabilitation sciences, New Delhi
62 Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women (IGDTUW IGIT), Delhi
63 Institute of Applied Manpower Research, New Delhi
64 Institute of Infomation Technology and Management (IITM), New Delhi
65 Institute of Innovation In Technology and Management, Jankpuri
66 Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine and Allied Sciences, New Delhi
67 Institute of Vocational Studies, New Delhi
68 ISIC Institute of Rehabilitation Sciences, New Delhi
69 Jagan Institute of Management Studies, Delhi
70 Jagannath International Management School, New Delhi
71 JSS Academy of Technical Education (JSSATE), Greater Noida
72 KALKA INSTITUTE FOR RESEARCH and ADVANCED STUDIES, New Delhi
73 Kamal Institute of Higher Education and Advance Technologies, New Delhi
74 Kasturi Ram College of Higher Education, New Delhi
75 Lakshmi Bai Batra College of Nursing, New Delhi
76 Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management (LBSIM), New Delhi
77 Lingayas Lalita Devi Institute of Management and Science, New Delhi
78 Lok Nayak Jayaprakash National Institute of Criminology and Forensic Science, New Delhi
79 Madhu Bala Institute of Communication and Electronic Media, New Delhi
80 Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Mangement Studies (MAIMS), Delhi
81 Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Technology, New Delhi
82 Maharaja Surajmal Institute, New Delhi
83 Maharaja Surajmal Institute of Pharmacy, New Delhi
84 Maharaja Surajmal Institute of Technology, New Delhi
85 Management Education and Research Institute (MERI), New Delhi
86 Meera Bai Integrated Institute of Technology, New Delhi
87 Mother Teresa Institute of Management, New Delhi
88 National Centre For Diseases Control (Earlier National Institute of Communicable Diseases), Delhi
89 National Institute of Communicable Disease (NICD) (NICD), Delhi
90 National Institute of Mentally Handicapped, New Delhi
91 National Institute of Public Cooperation and Child Development (NIPCCD), New Delhi
92 National Power Training Institute, New Delhi
93 New Delhi Institute for Information Technology, New Delhi
94 Northern India Engineering College (NIEC), New Delhi
95 PRADEEP MEMORIAL COMPREHENSIVE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, New Delhi
96 Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre, New Delhi
97 RAMA KRISHNA Teacher Training INSTITUTE, New Delhi
98 RC Institute of Technology (RCIT), New Delhi
99 Rukmini Devi Institute of Advanced Studies (RDIAS), Delhi
100 Safdarjang Hospital College of Nursing, New Delhi
101 Sant Hari Dass College of Higher Education, New Delhi
102 SCERT Delhi, New Delhi
103 School of Computer Science, New Delhi
104 SIRIFORT COLLEGE OF COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY and MANAGEMENT, New Delhi
105 Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur institute of Management and Information Technology, New Delhi
106 Sri Ram Institute of Teacher Education, Dwarka
107 Sri Sringeri Sharada Institute of Management (SriSIM), New Delhi
108 ST LAWRENCE COLLEGE OF HIGHER EDUCATION, Delhi
109 St Stephens College of Nursing, Delhi
110 Sushant School of Art and Architecture, Delhi
111 Sushant School of Art and Architecture, Gurgaon
112 Tecnia Institute of Advanced Studies (TIAS), New Delhi
113 TRINITY INSTITUTE OF HIGHER EDUCATION, New Delhi
114 Trinity Institute of Professional Studies, New Delhi
115 TVB School of Habitat Studies, New Delhi
116 Vardhman Mahavir Medical College and Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi
117 Vastu Kala Academy School of Architecture and Interior Designing, Delhi
118 VD INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, New Delhi
119 Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies, New Delhi


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