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Amity University Manesar, Gurgaon, Haryana


Amity University Manesar, Gurgaon, Haryana
Address:Amity Education Valley
Manesar Village
Gurgaon (District Gurgaon)
Haryana, India
Pin Code : 122413

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

Fax # of Amity University Manesar, Gurgaon Haryana is 2337637.

Contact Person(s) of the Amity University Manesar, Gurgaon Haryana is (are): Dr Vikas Madhukar, Director Events 9818153629.

email ID(s) is Amity University Manesar Gurgaon Haryana

Website of Amity University Manesar, Gurgaon Haryana is http://www.amity.edu/gurgaon/.

Vice Chancellor : Prof.(Dr.) R C Sharma (DOB 1.1.1938), MA (Eco), MA (Eng. Lit) PGDPMLW (Hons) (Gold Medalist) (HRM & IR).

Contact Details of Amity University Manesar, Gurgaon Haryana are : Tel Nos.(University Campus) 0124-2337015 and 0124-2337016 (Monday to Saturday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm)

Gurgaon Office
Amity University Admission Office,
Amity International School Campus,
Sector 46, Gurgaon, Haryana
(Gurgaon Office) 0124-2164864 and 0124-2164865

Amity Business School 9717075075, 9416994499, 8930134998, 9990434035

Amity International School, Sector-46, Gurgaon, Tel: 9717075075, 9416994499

This University is different from Amity University, Noida.

Shri Aseem Chauhan, Additional President, Ritanand Balved Medical Foundation (Society of the University)
Prof. (Dr.) Padmakali Banerjee, Pro VC and Dean Academics

Profile of Amity University Manesar

Amity University Haryana (AUH) established under Haryana Act 10 of 2010 by the Government of Haryana, encompasses a sprawling 110 acre lush green campus situated amidst the Aravalli hills in Gurgaon (Manesar). The university provides industry oriented academic programmes and an exhaustive course curriculum comprising of rigorous training, extracurricular activities and specially designed activities for upgrading skills and competencies. The university currently offers more than 50 programmes ranging from Management, Engineering, Bio-technology to Nursing and Fashion Designing to Journalism and Computer Science both at undergraduate and post-graduate levels, besides offering Doctoral Degree in Management, Computer Science, Engineering, Biotechnology etc.


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Dana Sangma suicide: Amity institutes probe over

Gurgaon: A day after Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul Sangma sought a stringent follow-up into the death of his niece and Amity University student Dana Sangma and a law for the safety and security of students from north-eastern states, a group of students, social activists and family members of Dana held a protest-cum-condolence meeting at the university gates in Punchgaon in Gurgaon.

Activists of the NSUI, students and social workers accused the university administration and police of not acting against those whose actions allegedly forced Dana to end her life. Seeking a high-level probe into the incident, the protesters alleged that students from the north-eastern states were being discriminated against.

Students at Amity seem to be tense and under pressure from the university administration. Looking at the inaction after the suicide of Dana Sangma, they fear for their future. They have also been told not to talk to the media, alleged Niraj Singh, district...

DU students protest at Amity gates over Dana Sangmas suicide

A day after Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul Sangma alleged discrimination against North-East students, more than 40 students of Delhi University, including the CMs daughter and National Students Union of India members, demonstrated outside the Amity University at Pachgaon village near Manesar on Tuesday.

They have been demanding a high level inquiry to find out what happened on April 24 when Dana, the Meghalaya CMs niece, committed suicide in her room. The MBA student was found hanging from the ceiling fan by her dupatta. The protesting students alleged that the attitude of the local police towards the case is callous and they are yet to examine the invigilator in question.

If the local administration doesnt take any action against the university officials, we will organise a huge protest to demand justice for Dana Sangma, Miani Shira, the deceased students cousin and Sangmas daughter, said.Shira alleged that her cousin had been discriminated against and the invigilator, who allegedly caught her copying, wrote some adverse remarks against her on the answersheet.

According to Danas undertaking to the invigilator, she had clarified that she had not copied anything. But the nvigilator snatched away her answersheet and phone and wrote that he had found a mobile phone in her pocket. Her mobile was returned after half an hour and then she informed her family about the humiliation in the examination hall, Shira said.

How could she cheat in the examination when she was sitting in the first row in a class of 19 students? she asked.

The insensitive Indian

Two students from the North-East have died unnatural deaths in the last few days. Dana Sangma, a student from Meghalaya studying for an MBA at an institute in Gurgaon, committed suicide after she was accused by her college of cheating; Richard Loitam, a student of architecture from Manipur, was found dead in his hostel room in Bangalore from head injuries. In both cases, there have been allegations of callousness by the college authorities and by the police in investigating the deaths, and in Sangma s case, of driving her to taking her own life by discriminating against her. It took protests by the community of North-East students and others in these two cities and interventions in Parliament for the police to register a case under the Scheduled Caste-Scheduled Tribe Act in her case, and to start murder investigations into Loitam s death. While it is for the police to establish if college officials abetted Sangma s suicide, and to trace the culprits responsible for the other student s death, it is hard to disagree with the impression that has gained ground in the North-East after these two incidents that the institutional response might have been swifter had the students been from mainland India . Despite the increasing presence of people from the seven North-Eastern States — students as well as economic migrants — in all the major cities of India, there is a collective prejudice against them that is undeniable.

The prejudice is driven by racism, no less, and there is no point mincing words or being coy about this. This racism manifests itself on the Indian street in rude comments, stares, and facile judgments about the lifestyle and morals of people from the North-East. Such attitudes put women from the region at particular risk of sexual harassment and worse, as several incidents over the past few years have sadly demonstrated. People from the seven sisters — and especially from Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram and Nagaland — also face difficulties finding accommodation in many cities outside the region. The same is true of Kashmiri students and migrants, who often have to deal with the added burden of being harassed by local law enforcement. Last year, the Union Home Ministry issued an advisory to all States asking that Kashmiris not be singled out unnecessarily for police reporting merely because of their origin. Now the MHA has promised there will be zero tolerance for crimes against people from the North-East. India has spent an enormous amount of blood and treasure safeguarding its physical territory from militant groups, secessionists and foreign powers. It is time we stopped being insensitive towards the people who venture inland from those boundaries to seek a better life.

Amity University denies role in Dana Sangma suicide case

The alleged suicide of Dana Silva Sangma niece of Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul Sangma s niece can t be attributed to racial or regional discrimination by authorities of the university, said Amity University on Friday.

The 21-year-old first year MBA student, was found hanging from a ceiling fan of her hostel room at the university s Pachgaon campus in Haryana on April 24. She is said to have taken the extreme step after being abused and insulted on racial grounds by an invigilator, when she was purportedly caught cheating in an exam.

When Dana was caught by the invigilator with a mobile phone in the examination hall, the exact same process was applied as would apply to any other student caught in the exam using unfair means, said Savita Mehta, Amity Group s vice president for communications. It should be noted that the examination answer book was not torn by the invigilator as has been misrepresented by some nor was abusive language used. There are a large number of witnesses to this, she added.

It is known that mobile phones are not allowed in exam halls and this is also printed on answer sheets of the university, said Mehta.

Amity s Haryana deputy vice chancellor Major General (retd) B S Suhag added that the university has not received a single complaint of discrimination till date from more than 500 students from the North-eastern states studying in the campuses.

He indicated that there may be some personal reasons that led to mental pressure on Dana, as there is feedback that she had been talking on the phone constantly,for a few days before the incident. Sometimes her conversations lasted throughout the night. She was seen crying in the hallway of the hostel too. These reasons may emerge further in the course of the police investigation. We have requested the police for a fast and through investigation, Suhag said.

Union Home Minister P Chidambaram has already assured a CBI probe if the Haryana Police fails to make any progress in the case.

A case under section 306 (abetment of suicide) of the Indian Penal Code and relevant sections of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Act have been registered against the university administration, but no one has been detained.

Dana s mobile phone and answer sheet have been seized and a probe is on to ascertain if she was using her mobile during the exam.

Dana Sangma suicide: Amity denies discrimination

New Delhi: Amity University on Friday dismissed allegations that the Northeast student Dana Sangma, who allegedly committed suicide after being caught with a mobile phone during an exam, was discriminated against.
That s the vehement defence of the Amity university Vice Chancellor. She said that Dana was caught cheating using her mobile phone during her exams.

There is no biased of any nature in university on the bases of caste, region or religion in university, says Padma Kali, Co Vice Chancellor, Amity University. But what could come as some relief for Dana s family who still feel she was deliberately humiliated by the examiner, is the Home Minister s promise.

There has to be a clear zero tolerance policy against crime against women, especially from the North East. Helpline numbers are - 1091, 1090. These helplines are manned round the clock, Home Minister P Chidambaram said.

Chidambaram also promised to set up a special helpline for north eastern students. And as a first step, security has been strengthened around the Delhi University. BJP s Arun Jaitley said there is an urgent need to stop racial profiling.
Dana was found hanging from the fan of her hostel room on April 24 after she was accused of cheating in an exam. The Police have filed a case of abatement to suicide and an investigation is underway. Hardly any comfort for a family that is still mourning their daughter s death.

Justice for Dana: Friends, family meet Meghalaya CM

New Delhi-Shillong: The north-eastern community along with other students of Amity in Delhi has strongly reacted to the mysterious death of Dana Sangma, a student of Amity University from Meghalaya, who committed suicide after allegedly being mistreated by college authorities.

Considering the matter as grave concern of discrimination and racial-profiling, friends and family of Dana Sangma met Meghalaya CM Mukul Sangma to refute the claims that Dana was using cellphone during exams.Dana Sangma was pursuing an MBA course at Amity and committed suicide after she was accused by her college of cheating.

Earlier, Amity University had dismissed all the allegations that north-east student Dana Sangma was facing any sort of discrimination.Also, University had maintained that there was no discrimination of any nature on the basis of caste, creed, region or religion.

Dana Sangma case: Meghalaya suicide victims sister moves HC

CHANDIGARH: The sensational case of Dana Silva Sangma, a student of Amity University in Gurgaon, who died under mysterious circumstances last month, has now come under the judicial lens, with her elder sister moving the Punjab and Haryana high court on Monday, seeking an inquiry into the incident by an independent agency.

The petition filed by Danas sister, Balsame M Sangma, is expected to come up for hearing on Tuesday before the HC.

Balsame, 24, a civil engineer, who came all the way from Meghalaya to Chandigarh seeking justice for her sister, submitted that Dana was a strong, independent and rational individual, who was highly unlikely to have taken such a drastic step of taking her life for an insignificant reason like being accused of cheating in an exam, unless the university had taken further steps in getting her so mentally tormented.

Alleging that accusations against her of cheating and the humiliation faced by her are the reasons of her death, Balsame sought direction from the HC to hand over the matter to any other police outside Haryana or to any independent agency like CBI.

Balsame further submitted that on that day, her sister was in a cheerful mood and had told her mother that she had studied well and is looking forward to the examination. Prior to the incident, it appears that Dana had certain grievances regarding discrimination faced by her. Dana spoke to her father Elickson M. Sangma and indicated that she was facing some humiliation there, the petitioner added.

Counsel for the petitioner, advocate Utsav Bains argued that the only allegation of cheating against Dana -- recorded at 11:45 am by the invigilator - said: found mobile phone in on mode in pocket.

However, Dana in a written statement after being accused of cheating; stated that she did have her phone on the switched-on mode in her pocket and that she did not cheat and had prepared well for the exam. The invigilator also gave a written statement saying that her phone was found in on mode in her pocket contrary to the universitys claim that her phone was found in her hand as she was copying from the phones Internet.

The allegations:

Local guardian not informed about the incident

Her room was visited and searched by university officials prior to the arrival of cops

Non-cooperation by the Gurgaon police with family and friends of the deceased

Contradictions in universitys account of cheating in examination by Dana

Initial concealment of written statement by Dana, after she was allegedly found cheating

Friends and classmate allegedly threatened by the university to not disclose any more facts about the incident

Universitys cheating theory account does not correspond to actual facts

Haryana police recommends CBI probe into Dana Sangmas suicide

CHANDIGARH: The Haryana police on Monday recommended a CBI probe into Amity University student Dana Silva Sangmas suicide on the campus in Gurgaon last month.

Dana, a management student, committed suicide after she was allegedly humiliated for cheating while taking her exam on April 24.

The recommendation was sent to the state home department after Meghalaya CM and Danas uncle, Mukul Sangma, wrote to the Haryana government asking for a CBI probe. On the same day, Danas elder sister, Balsame M Sangma, moved the Punjab and Haryana High Court, seeking inquiry by an independent agency.

Sources said the Haryana government would take a final call on the matter. DGP (crime) Sharad Kumar, who dealt with the case file, told that the police took the decision after examining the Meghalaya CMs communication. We gauge the complexity and seriousness of a case before recommending investigation by the premier agency, said state home secretary Samir Mathur.

Danas suicide was raised in both the parliament and Meghalaya CM has written three letters to Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda after her death.

In the last letter sent on Friday, Sangma alleged that his niece committed suicide due to discrimination meted out to her.

Balsames petition is expected to come up for hearing on Tuesday. Balsame, 24, a civil engineer, who had come to Chandigarh seeking justice for her sister, said Dana was a strong, independent and rational individual, who was unlikely to have taken such a drastic step for an insignificant reason like being accused of cheating in exam.

Balsame sought direction from the HC to hand over the matter to any other police outside Haryana or to any independent agency like CBI. She submitted that on that day, her sister was in a cheerful mood and had told her mother that she had studied well and is looking forward to the examination. Prior to the incident, it appears that Dana had certain grievances regarding discrimination faced by her. Dana spoke to her father, Elickson M Sangma, and indicated that she was facing some humiliation there, she said.

Haryana may ask CBI to probe NE students suicide

GURGAON-CHANDIGARH: Given the political significance of Dana Sangmas suicide, Haryana police may recommend a CBI probe into the case. Meghalaya CM Mukul Sangma has demanded a CBI inquiry. Haryana police have no objection if the state government thinks that a CBI investigation will help the case, said R S Dalal, DGP, Haryana.

Dana, a 21-year-old management student at Amity University, Gurgaon, allegedly committed suicide on April 24. She was allegedly humiliated in an examination hall for cheating. Her uncle Mukul Sangma questioned the circumstances that led to Danas death.

Danas sister moves HC, seeks independent probe

Demanding an independent probe into the mysterious death of Dana Sangma, niece of Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul Sangma, the victims elder sister Balsame M Sangma has approached the Punjab and Haryana High Court. In her petition, Balsame Sangma has requested the High Court to transfer the investigation of the case from the Haryana Police to any independent agency and has urged the court to transfer the case out of Haryana.

Making Haryana and Amity University as respondents in the petition, which is likely to come up for hearing this week, Sangma has submitted that the conduct of Amity University and the local police shows that the death of the petitioners sister could be suicide - murder - strangulation or any other possibility and therefore needs to be investigated by an impartial agency or special investigation team which generates confidence in the petitioners family as well as the public at large.

Dana had died under mysterious circumstances in Amity University on April 24. A case on charges of abetment to suicide was registered by the Haryana Police. Amity University had vehemently dismissed accusations levelled against it.

The petition further reads: The petitioners family has not been provided any details regarding Danas room-mate and have also not been given any access to her belongings. Elementary information like the name of student sitting next to Dana in the examination hall, the room in which she was questioned, the duration of the questioning, the nature of the questioning and the identity of the persons who questioned her have not been provided and the very intention-attempt to hide such crucial information in a mysterious case of death... It appears that the Haryana Police and the Amity University officials are conniving to steer the investigation in a particular direction away from truth and justice.

Punjab and Haryana high court issues notice to Amity University in Danas suicide

CHANDIGARH: The Punjab and Haryana high court on Tuesday issued notices to the Haryana government and Amity University, Gurgaon, on a petition filed by the sister of Dana Sangma, the niece of Meghalaya CM Mukul Sangma. Dana had allegedly committed suicide after charges of cheating in an exam via a mobile phone were leveled against her.

Justice Ritu Bahri of the HC issued the notice and asked the University and the government to submit their replies by May 31. In her petition, Balsame M Sangma has sought an independent probe into her sisters death and also expressed fears that the University may tamper with the evidence.

Twenty-four-year-old civil engineer Balsame, who has come from Meghalaya to Chandigarh, has submitted that her sister was a strong, independent and rational individual and it was unlikely she would take such a drastic step for an insignificant reason like being accused of cheating; unless the University had tormented her further.

Balsame sought directions from the HC to hand over the matter to any other police outside Haryana or to any independent agency like the CBI.

Twenty-one-year-old Dana, a first year MBA student at Amity University, had died on April 24 under mysterious circumstances in her hostel room.

Advocate Utsav Bains, counsel for the petitioner, said that the only allegation of cheating against Dana recorded at 11:45am by an invigilator was that he found a mobile phone in a switched-on mode in her pocket.

Dana in a written statement had said that she did have her phone switched-on but did not cheat.

My niece killed herself because of discrimination: Meghalaya CM

SHILLONG: Meghalaya chief minister Mukul Sangma on Wednesday described the suicide of his niece, Dana Silva M Sangma, as a result of discrimination by authorities of the institution where she was studying in Gurgaon. Dana (21), who killed herself on Tuesday, was an MBA student of Amity University at Panchgaon.

The CM said Dana was discriminated against by the faculty of the university. Primary evidence suggests that the girl was thrown out of an examination hall after the invigilator found a mobile phone on her, he added. He said Dana had studied well for the examination. Mukul said an FIR has been filed invoking sections of the Indian Penal Code related to atrocities against SCs and STs
Mukul said students from the northeast are regularly subjected to humiliation by the university, which, he said, could also be true in the case of his niece. This could have resulted in mental pressure that pushed the girl to take the extreme step, he added. There have been many instances of students from the northeast being subjected to all kinds of atrocities and discrimination, he told the media.

During the last meeting on internal security, the CM had taken up the matter of atrocities against NE students with the Prime Minister. According to Mukul, discriminated students carry the pain and anger of the trauma for a long time. This is a threat to national integrity.

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