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BPS Mahila Vishwavidyalaya Khanpur Kalan, Sonepat, Haryana
BPS Mahila Vishwavidyalaya Khanpur Kalan, Sonepat, Haryana
Sonepat (District Sonepat)
Haryana, IndiaPin Code : 131305
BPS Mahila Vishwavidyalaya Khanpur Kalan, Sonepat Haryana is a University recognised by UGC. BPS Mahila Vishwavidyalaya Khanpur Kalan, Sonepat Haryana is also known as Bhagat Phool Singh Mahila Vishwavidalaya Khanpur Kalan.
BPS Mahila Vishwavidyalaya Khanpur Kalan, Sonepat Haryana was established on / in November 2006.
BPS Mahila Vishwavidyalaya Khanpur Kalan, Sonepat Haryana is situated in Sonepat of Haryana state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Sonepat comes under Sonipat Tehsil, Sonepat District.
Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at BPS Mahila Vishwavidyalaya Khanpur Kalan, Sonepat Haryana are 9466711484, 93554220612, 9416822854, 9812523031.
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Website of BPS Mahila Vishwavidyalaya Khanpur Kalan, Sonepat Haryana is www.bpswomenuniversity.ac.in.
Vice Chancellor : Dr Pankaj Mittal.
Registrar : Prof Asha Kadyan.
Contact Details of BPS Mahila Vishwavidyalaya Khanpur Kalan, Sonepat Haryana are : Phone: +91-1264-26587422, 283001, 283002, 283006
Contact Details 01263-283626
Dr Neelam Jain, HOD, Pharmacy Dept 93153-68173
Trisha Sharma, M.Phil., Asstt Professor, Department of English
Other colleges of Bhagat Phool Singh Group, Khanpur Kalan
BHAGAT PHOOL SINGH COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, Khanpur Kalan
CoursesPh.D, MA, MSW, MBA, LLM, MSc, BA, B.Com, B.Tech, B. Lib, B. Pharmacy, B.Ed, LLB, BBA, And Diploma Courses
Computer Science and Engg.
Electronics and Communication Engg.
BPS Mahila Vishwavidyalaya Khanpur Kalan, Sonepat Haryana runs course(s) in Pharmacy, Engineering, Education, Law, Commerce, Arts, Degree stream(s).
BPS Mahila Vishwavidyalaya Khanpur Kalan is affiliated with Haryana State Technical Education Society (HSTES), Panchkula (Haryana)
Profile of BPS Mahila Vishwavidyalaya Khanpur KalanThe leading women University in North India. Replete with the latest infrastructure and state of the art facilities. The Holy Land where the University stands was first transformed into a centre of learning in 1936 by Bhagat Phool Singh Ji when he started a Gurukul for girls. The Gurukul was opened after he opened a boys Gurukul in 1919 in Bhainswal Kalan which today is the South Campus of the University. The Gurukul, started with only three students grew in size, stature and reputation with time and in November 2006, the Haryana Legislative Assembly passed a Legislative Notification, vide no. 31/2006 making the Gurukul a full-fledged State University.
Bhagat Phool Singh was a Patwari (revenue collector) who turned a social reformer under the transforming influence of Arya Samaj and the idealism of the freedom fighters of the times, particularly Mahatma Gandhi. During the 1930s, when even the existing institutions were struggling for survival, Bhagat Phool Singh dared to establish a new one against all financial and cultural odds. His daughter, Padmashri Subhashini Devi, who inherited the responsibility of running the Gurukul amid fierce constraints, financial as well as social, helped the Gurukul grow into a number of professional colleges for women. She passed away in March, 2003, leaving the management of the Gurukul in the hands of the Mahasabha. Finally, in November 2006, the Mahasabha Gurukul Vidyapeeth, Kanya Gurukul, Khanpur Kalan was turned into Bhagat Phool Singh Mahila Vishwavidyalaya.
The University holds the distinction of being the first Women University in North India. The first Academic Session of the University commenced in August 2007 and since then the University has progressed by leaps and bounds. The University, already recognized under Section 2(f) of the UGC Act, 1956 became the quickest University to get recognition under Section 12(B) of the UGC Act, 1956. Established in the rural heartland of Haryana, the University aims at women emancipation and empowerment by educating them. the motto of the University, written below its logo, reflects the same: Empowering Women with Education. The Logo of the University shows women radiating energy and life. The University aims at producing contributing members who shall go on to make a positive effect on the society and this is what the logo indicates.
The University, ever since its conception, has set the highest standards of excellence and quality which go hand in hand with the dream and vision that the University sports. To ensure that the University achieves what it has aimed for, the Infrastructure has been a special emphasis in this initial phase. The University has an existing campus sprawling over 185 acres and a proposal to acquire 450 acres of more land promises a world class infrastructure in the University. The proposed direct road connectivity with the National Highway no.1 (Sher Shah Suri Marg) will substantially reduce its distance from Delhi. The University has various Institutions running, a Central Library, hostels for the students and Faculty houses for the Lecturers. New Institutions and Teaching blocks for the existing and proposed new courses with the latest infrastructure, hostels, modern Faculty Houses and Staff Houses are coming up fast. Apart from this, a new Central Library with all the modern facilities, Auditoriums for co-curricular and extra-curricular activities and indoor and outdoor stadiums for sports activities are proposed in the next phase of construction which will cater to the demands of about 10000 students. In addition to all this, realizing the importance of Computer Literacy in the Modern scenario of today, the University will start Computer Training Programmes for all its students from the coming Academic Session.
About five thousand students, already enrolled, with the various colleges of the university are getting education and training in professional courses like BAMS, B. Ed, D. Ed, Diploma in Electronics and Communication, Computer Engineering, Pharmacy, Library and Information Science, MLT, IT and Modern Office Practice. Five year and three year LLB courses are imparted at PSD Girls Law College. To crown all these efforts are the Learning Resource Centres in the University which train all the students, irrespective of their professional field, in English. The Learning Resource Centres, the only ones of their kind in India, concentrate on making the students fluent and confident in English. Faculty of the University and the Faculty to be selected for all the proposed Courses is and will be one of the best available in the respective fields. The Faculty is provided with attractive remuneration, opportunities for professional growth, community interaction and modern infrastructure to help them attain academic excellence in their professional field.
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University student gangrape: SC/ST panel for trial by fast track courtSonipat: The National Commission for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (NCSC-ST) has demanded transfer of the case pertaining to the gangrape of a first year LLB student of BPS Womens University at Khanpur Kalan in Sonipat to a fast track court for speedy trail and justice to the victim girl.
Commission member Lata Priya Kumar, who was leading a five-member team, however, expressed satisfaction over the swift police action to nab the accused. We have interacted with the victim girl, who was staying with her mother and other hostel mates at the hostel after the incident. She appears to be recovering from the shock and trauma. Its important that the culprits get punishment for their crime. The case should be shifted to a fast track court so that the victim gets justice as early as possible, Kumar told media persons here on Friday evening.
University will set up panel to look into case: VCWednesdays incident of gangrape of 19-year-old BA-LLB student of only women-university Bhagat Phool Singh Mahila Vishwavidyalaya has raised suspicion that something is amiss in the institute. Five university girls had committed suicide in the past four months.
Caught up with university vice chancellor Pankaj Mittal to know views on the incident.
Girl students have alleged that incidents of eve teasing and molestation are common on the university campus, but you have never taken action.
In my three years at the helm, I have not received a single complaint in this regard.
Is it so that university authorities are pressurising the rape victim and her family to change her statement?
There is not an iota of truth in this. The university took prompt action by calling up the police to register a case.
Despite a ban on main suspect Amit Maliks entry to the campus, he continues to visit the university and threaten girls, who are fighting for justice. Why is it so?
I am surprised how he gained entry to the university despite me banning him after he was found in an inebriated condition a few month ago. This shows the complicity of university staff with Malik and it is a matter of concern.
Students have alleged that your driver misbehaved with them on the campus a few days back.
I am not aware of this incident.
Why did university girls commit suicides in the past four months?
One of the girls committed suicide due to depression, while two others ended life because of their personal problems.
What steps the university has taken against a few male professors charged with sexually assaulting girl students?
The university has suspended the professor concerned and an inquiry is still pending against him.
What measures are university authorities taking to end the protest by girls?
To address their grouses, the university will constitute a committee that will have students representatives, officials of district administration and university officials as its members.
There are allegations that you are not available on the campus most of the time.
I have a family to tend to. And on weekends, I visit my home in New Delhi.
There are several shortcomings in the university, including bad quality of food at mess, no CCTV camera on the campus, ineligible security staff and rude behaviour of wardens.
The food served at the mess is of good quality. As regards to other things, the arrangements will be made as early as possible.
Sonipat university: After 3 suicides, a gang rapeKHANPUR KALAN (Sonipat): The daylight gang-rape of a law student at BPS Mahila Vishwavidyalaya, womens university, and alleged attempts by authorities to shield the prime accused led to an angry students strike here on Friday. The students took over the campus and blocked a road demanding the accused be arrested.
The university was in the news recently after three suicides were reported there in the last three months. The issue had rocked the Haryana assembly and the state education minister had assured an inquiry.
The 18-year-old rape victim is from Delhi. She was abducted on Wednesday morning outside the campus gates and gang-raped in the nearby fields by four men. Among them was the in-charge of a hostel mess, Sonipat SP Arun Singh said.
The shocking incident comes on the heels of horrifying revelations of sexual harassment of minor girls at an NGO-run Rohtak shelter home.
The university authorities allegedly tried to hush up Wednesdays gang-rape after the victim informed her hostel mates about her ordeal the next morning. The students got enraged over, what they termed, the managements insensitive attitude and forced them to report the incident to the police, after which a case was registered around midnight on Thursday.
The students, demanding arrest of the four accused and a probe against the vice-chancellor and chief warden for shielding the rapists, blocked the Gohana-Sonipat Road that runs past the university.
On Wednesday around 11am, the victim stepped out of the campus to buy stationary when she was forced into a car by Amit Malik, one of the accused. Malik has been running one of the hostel messes. He and three accomplices allegedly raped her in the fields.
Till Thursday morning, the girl hadnt opened her mouth. But, her hostel mates found out about the rape only when they found the girl distraught and in tears in her room. The students reported the incident to the chief warden, who apparently tried to persuade the girls and the victim not to make an issue out of the incident.
One of the girls TOI spoke to said: The chief warden did not help. We called up the registrar and the vice-chancellor, but they too wanted to keep the matter under wraps. They insisted that the name of the university would be sullied if the incident was reported to the police. They pressured the victim to keep quite telling her that her life would be ruined.
Vice-chancellor Pankaj Mittal denied the charges and said: On the contrary, I urged the victims parents to report the matter to the police for action against the accused. The parents were reluctant to go to the police for fear of social stigma. The VC added that no other incident of molestation or eve teasing had been reported on campus earlier.
Sonipat deputy commissioner Pankaj Agarwal and SP Arun Singh rushed to the university to placate the agitated girls. A medical examination has confirmed sexual assault and police teams have been searching for the accused. I assure the girls that the security arrangements would be intensified, Singh said.
Prime accused was in hostel till Thursday
Students on Friday alleged that the prime accused continued to stay in the same hostel after the gang-rape and threatened the victim not to speak out.
He was present in the mess till Thursday evening and has even threatened the victim against talking about the incident. He fled after the girls raised the issue with the higher authorities, said a girl at the hostel.
Some of the girls claimed that the accused used to get drunk and often teased the girls.
A university campus in which four girls have committed suicide in a period of barely two months should be an alarm bell for those managing the show that there is something drastically wrong with the place. Yet, prima facie this incident seems to suggest that far from taking note of the problems, the attempt has been to shove things under the carpet. Whether the allegations in this specific incident are correct is not the point here. Clearly, there is a larger malaise that needs to be urgently dealt with. The state government and its police force too must deal with the situation with the sensitivity and urgency required. If the university authorities themselves are found to be negligent or worse, action should be taken against them too.
DR RD SHARMA Versus STATE OF HARYANA and OTHERS LPA No.88 of 2010IN THE HIGH COURT FOR THE STATES OF PUNJAB and HARYANA AT CHANDIGARH.
Date of decision : 12.10.2010
Dr. R.D. Sharma ...Appellant
State of Haryana and others ...Respondents
CORAM: HONBLE MR. JUSTICE RANJAN GOGOI
HONBLE MR. JUSTICE RAJAN GUPTA
Mr. D.S. Patwalia, Advocate for the appellant.
Ms. Manjari Nehru Kaul, Addl. Advocate General, Punjab.
Mr. Balram Gupta, Senior Advocate with
Ms. Anamika Negi, Advocate for respondents No.2 and 3.
Ranjan Gogoi, J. (oral)
This appeal is directed against the order dated 21st October, 2009, passed by a learned Single Judge of this Court in proceedings registered and numbered as CWP No.15991 of 2009. The short question agitated before the learned Single Judge is with regard to applicability of the rules framed by the Maharishi Dayanand University in respect of the terms and conditions of service of its non-teaching employees to the institution, in which the appellant-writ petitioner was working as a Superintendent at the relevant point of time i.e. B.P.S. Mahila Vishwavidalaya, Khanpur Kalan (Sonepat). More specifically, the issue was whether the Rules of the University prescribing recruitment to the post of Assistant Registrar, by way of promotion to the extent of 75% and direct recruitment to the extent of 25%, is required to be followed by the B.P.S. Mahila Vishwavidalaya, Khanpur Kalan. On the ground that the said rule has been violated, the appellant-writ petitioner had challenged an advertisement for filling up of one post of Assistant Registrar by way of direct recruitment over and above the two available posts in the cadre which already stood filled up by direct recruitment.
The learned Single Judge hearing the writ petition took the view that while the Rules of Maharishi Dayanand University with regard to eligibility, qualifications and such other requirements do apply to the respondent institution, the Rules with regard to filling up the post by way of promotion and direct recruitment in the proportion, noted above, is not mandatory. Accordingly, the writ petition was dismissed. It will be necessary to note, at this stage, that the dismissal of the writ petition was without having the definite stand of the respondent no.3 on the record of the writ petition. The argument and counter argument before us as raised by the learned counsels for the parties would indicate that the Rules of Maharishi Dayanand University would apply to the respondent institution to the extent possible keeping in mind the ground realities. It has been pointed out that the respondent No.3 B.P.S. Vishwavidalaya, Khanpur is only four years old whereas the Maharishi Dayanand University has been in existence for several decades and that in the present case due to lack of qualified and eligible persons in the feeder post, promotion to the post of Assistant Registrar cannot be made. It is on account of non-availability of eligible persons that resort to direct recruitment had to be made by way of the advertisement in question. The arguments led before us gives rise to question whether the departure from the Rules of the University in the present case has been occasioned by the needs of situation i.e. lack of eligible and qualified persons for promotion. The issue is disputed and contested.
The issue before us has not been decided by the learned Single Judge, perhaps due to absence of the specific stand of the respondent No.3 at the stage when the writ petition came to be disposed of. In an appeal against the order of the learned Single Judge, it may not be appropriate for us to consider issues and question which the learned Single Judge had no occasion to consider. That apart, any decision of ours on the issue have the effect of causing some prejudice to either of the parties one of whom is likely to loose a forum if the appeal is to be heard by us on the question raised. We are, therefore, of the view that in accordance with sound judicial practice and also to avoid any prejudice to either of the parties, the question now raised before us i.e. whether the B.P.S. Mahila Vishwavidalaya, Khanpur was justified in departing from the procedure of recruitment prescribed by the Rules of the Maharishi Dayanand University, should be heard and disposed of by the learned Single Judge. Accordingly, we interfere with the order dated 21st October,2009, passed by the learned Single Judge and remand the matter to the Bench which has passed the order dated 21st October, 2009 for a de novo consideration of the question raised. We dispose of the present appeal accordingly.
MUKESH KUMAR DUBEY Vs THE VICE CHANCELLOR BHAGAT PHOOL SINGH MAHILA VISIN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA AT CHANDIGARH.
C.W.P. No. 10900 of 2009
DATE OF DECISION : 23.07.2009
Mukesh Kumar Dubey .... PETITIONER
The Vice Chancellor, Bhagat Phool Singh Mahila Vishwavidayala, Khanpur Kalan, District Sonepat and others ..... RESPONDENTS
HONBLE MR. JUSTICE SATISH KUMAR MITTAL
Mr. Harkesh Manuja, Advocate, for the petitioner.
SATISH KUMAR MITTAL , J.
The petitioner is working as Lecturer in Agad-Tantra in Man Singh Memorial Institute of Ayurveda, Bhagat Phool Singh Mahila Vishwavidayala, Khanpur Kalan, District Sonepat. He was appointed on the said post by way of direct recruitment and is working as such with effect from 12.4.2005. Prior to his present appointment, he had worked in Dehradoon Ayurvedic Medical College from 15.3.2002 to 12.11.2002, in
Jammu Institute of Ayurveda and Research, Jammu from 13.11.2002 to 31.1.2004 and in Urmila Devi Ayurvedic Medical Science, Hoshiarpur from 2.2.2004 to 11.4.2005, allegedly on the post of Lecturer in Agad-Tantra. In the respondent No.3 Institute, there is one post of Reader in the field of Agad-Tantra. It is the case of the petitioner that he is eligible and entitled to be promoted to the said post, as he possesses the requisite qualification and experience. It is further the case of the petitioner that the requisite
qualification and experience for appointment of the teaching staff in various Ayurvedic Colleges, including respondent No.3 Institute, have been prescribed by the Central Council of Indian Medicine Institutional Area, Janakpuri, New Delhi, according to which, a person possessing a Degree in Ayurved from a University established by law and a Post Graduate qualification in the subject concerned included in the schedule to Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970, and having 5 years teaching experience in the subject, out of which 3 years teaching experience as Lecturer in the subject concerned, is eligible for appointment on the post of Reader.
It is the case of the petitioner that respondent No.3 Institute invited applications for promotion to the post of Reader in Agad-Tantra.
The petitioner being fully eligible and qualified applied for promotion, but the respondent No.3 Institute, without filling the said post by way of promotion, issued advertisement to fill up the said post by way of direct recruitment. Aggrieved against the said advertisement, the petitioner filed CWP No. 637 of 2009, in which counsel for the respondent Institute stated that the University would first consider all eligible in-service candidates for promotion and only in the event that any post remains unfilled by promotion, would resort to the process of direct recruitment. In view of this statement, the writ petition was disposed of vide order dated 28.1.2009 (Annexure P-10) passed by this Court, as having rendered infructous. It is further the case of the petitioner that in spite of the fact that he was fully qualified and eligible for promotion to the post of Reader in Agad-Tantra, he was not promoted as such, and vide letter dated 17.7.2009 (Annexure P- 11) issued under the Right to Information Act, 2005, he has been informed that he was not eligible for promotion to the post of Reader in Agad-Tantra.
In the said letter, it has been disclosed that the petitioner does not possess the requisite experience of 5 years. The alleged experience of the petitioner from other Institutes has not been considered on the ground that as per Maharashi Dayanand University, Rohtak, only such experience is to be considered, where the pay scale of the previous post was not less than the present post and the candidate must have been appointed in the present
Institute through proper channel. The petitioner has challenged the said letter by contending that the respondent Institute has wrongly found him ineligible for promotion to the said post.
Concededly, the experience of the petitioner on the post of Lecturer in Agad-Tantra with the respondent Institute is less than 5 years.
Counsel for the petitioner submits that the previous experience of the petitioner i.e. in Dehradoon Ayurvedic Medical College from 15.3.2002 to 12.11.2002, in Jammu Institute of Ayurveda and Research, Jammu from 13.11.2002 to 31.1.2004 and in Urmila Devi Ayurvedic Medical Science, Hoshiarpur from 2.2.2004 to 11.4.2005, on the post of Lecturer in Agad- Tantra should have been taken into consideration.
It is conceded position that for promoting a Lecturer to the post of Reader, the candidate must possess a Degree in Ayurved from a University established by law and a Post Graduate qualification in the subject concerned and must also have 5 years teaching experience in the subject, out of which 3 years teaching experience as Lecturer in the subject concerned. As far as the petitioner is concerned, his experience on the feeder post of Lecturer in Agad-Tantra is less than 5 years. His experience
in the previous Institutes cannot be counted, firstly because the previous service cannot be added in the present service, as there is no rule for adding that service in the present service, secondly in the petition, the petitioner has not disclosed the pay scale of the previous service. It has not been stated that the pay scale of the Lecturer in Agad-Tantra in the previous Institutes was the same as in the present Institute. It is also not clear as to whether in those Institutes, the petitioner worked on regular, ad-hoc or on contract basis. In view of these facts, respondent No.3 was justified in not taking into
consideration the previous service and its experience for the purpose of considering the petitioner eligible for promotion to the post of Reader in Agad-Tantra. Thus, I do not find any illegality in the rejection of the claim of the petitioner.
( SATISH KUMAR MITTAL )
USHA RANI and ORS Vs PANKAJ MITTALIN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA AT CHANDIGARH
COCP No.1481 of 2008
Date of Decision:15.07.2009
Usha Rani and Ors. ...petitioners
Pankaj Mittal .....respondent
HONBLE MR.JUSTICE RAKESH KUMAR GARG
Mr.R.K.Malik, Sr.Advocate with
Mr.Vikas Malik, Advocate for the petitioners
Mr.Balram Gupta, Sr.Advocate with
Ms.Anamika Negi, Advocate for the respondent
RAKESH KUMAR GARG J.
In reply to the show cause notice issued by this Court, the respondent has filed written statement by way of an affidavit of Dr.Pankaj Mittal, Vice-Chancellor,BPS Mahila University, Khanpur Kalan, District Sonipat, wherein the respondent has taken a stand that in compliance of the orders passed by this Court in COCP No.550 of 2007, the respondent has considered the representation of the petitioners by passing an order dated 08.07.2009 which has been placed on record as Annexure R-2.
In view of this stand taken by the respondent, I am not inclined to proceed further in the present contempt petition. However, it will be open to the petitioners to seek any appropriate remedy available to them in accordance with law to challenge the aforesaid order passed by the respondent.
(RAKESH KUMAR GARG)
Vision GroupThe BPS Mahila Vishwavidyalaya has been set up with a dream, the dream to emancipate women. The dream is to ensure that women gain an equal status in the society of today through pursuit of knowledge and realization of their rights and responsibilities.
The vision statement of the University, each word of which has been carefully framed, reflects this dream. Dreams need proper guidance and careful planning to become a reality. In order to ensure that the dream of BPS Mahila Vishwavidyalaya transforms into a living reality, the University has invited luminaries from different fields of knowledge. These luminaries are renowned experts in their respective fields and recipients of various National and International Awards for exemplary work. The University proposes to use their expertise and knowledge to fulfil the vision which it has seen for women. It is a group of seven experts and forms the 'Vision Group' of the University.
The members of this group are Padamshri Mrs. Sudha Murthy, Chairperson, Infosys Foundation, Padmabhushan Prof. P. C. Indiresan, former Director, IIT, Madras, Mrs. Ranjana Kumar, 'India's turn around queen' of the banking sector, Dr. Mrs. Manju Sharma, former Secretary to Govt. of India, Dept of Biotechnology, Sh. Subodh Bhargava, former Chairman and Chief Executive, Eicher group of companies and VSNL, Prof Amrik Singh, former Vice-Chancellor, Punjabi University and Prof. Ranbir Singh, Vice-Chancellor, NALSAR, Hyderabad.
IntroductionThe B.P.S. Mahila Vishwavidyalaya was established under a Legislative Notification passed in November 2006. Prior to this it was a Kanya Gurukul which was started by Bhagat Phool Singh way back in 1936. The University has been established with the dream and vision of grooming emancipated women who will go on to become contributing members of the society. Named after the founder of the Gurukul, the University aims to realize the dream of legendary Bhagat Phool Singh, who had fought all odds to enlighten the lives of women. Here, we believe in doing things differently and at the same time ensuring the highest standards of excellence and quality
BPS Mahila Vishwavidyalaya is the first Women's University in North India that started with its first academic session in August 2007. It has been named after the legendary Bhagat Phool Singh, who fought all odds to enlighten the lives of women. Located at Khanpur Kalan (Sonepat) in the state of Haryana, it is one of the initiatives taken by the Government of Haryana to empower women in the state. BPS Mahila Vishwa Vidyalayahas a vast campus spread over a sprawling area of a few acres equipped with world class infrastructure.
ProfileThe Bhagat Phool Singh Mahila Vishwavidyalaya holds the distinction of being the first Women University in North India. The first Academic Session of the University commenced in August 2007 and since then the University has progressed by leaps and bounds. The University, already recognized under Section 2(f) of the UGC Act, 1956 became the quickest University to get recognition under Section 12(B) of the UGC Act, 1956. The Logo of the University shows women radiating energy and life. The University aims at producing contributing members who shall go on to make a positive effect on the society and this is what the logo indicates.
Hostel at the Bhagat Phool Singh Mahila Vishwavidyalaya
The University has hostel facilities for the outstation students. The University has 14 hostels which can accommodate around 4000 students. Each hostel has a reading room and study hall having newspapers and periodicals. The common room has Dish TV connection and the students are provided with indoor games facilities for recreation.
Library at the Bhagat Phool Singh Mahila Vishwavidyalaya
The University has a Central Library which has books worth several lakhs on various subjects pursued in the University. The Library is accessible to all the students studying here throughout the day. he University will soon shift the Central Library to a new block to be constructed in the second phase of construction. The library is housed in a single storey building which is completely air-conditioned. The library has a large reading area and even reading rooms. To add to that it has Internet facility for the students and the Faculty.
Computer Lab at the Bhagat Phool Singh Mahila Vishwavidyalaya
Bhagat Phool Singh Mahila Vishwavidyalaya was set up with the vision of emancipating women. In view of this it was realized that two things are of utmost importance for them: Computer Literacy and Communicative English. The other aspects, viz. Reading and Writing are dealt with in the remaining three days in conventional classrooms.
Placement at the Bhagat Phool Singh Mahila Vishwavidyalaya
For the remaining students, on campus interviews will be organized with reputed companies by the placement cell of the university to ensure jobs in the relevant industry.
HistoryThe University was established in November 2006 by a Legislative Notification passed by the state. Initially, it functioned as a Kanya Gurukul which was started by Bhagat Phool Singh way back in 1936. The University was established to fulfill the objective of grooming and emancipating women.
Bhagat Phool Singh Mahila Vishwavidyalaya
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Courses And DepartmentsCourse Offered by the Bhagat Phool Singh Mahila Vishwavidyalaya
Bachelor in Electronics and Communication Engineering
Bachelor in Architecture Engineering
Bachelor in Laboratory Technicians
Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery
Master of Science in Home Science
Master of Education
Doctor of Education
Bachelor of Education
Masters of Social Work
Master of Business Administration
Bachelor of Technology in Fashion Technology
Bachelor of Technology in Computer Science
Bachelor of Technology in Information Technology
Bachelor of Technology in Electronics and Communication
Master of Philosophy in English
Master of Art in English
Post Gradated Diploma in Insurance Law
Post Gradated Diploma in Cyber Law
Master of Low
Department of the Bhagat Phool Singh Mahila Vishwavidyalaya
Department of English
Department of Foreign Lang.
Department of Laws
Department of English
School of Engineering & Sciences
Department of Foreign Languages
Department of Management Studies
Department of Social Work
Educational StreamsEducational Streams
BPS Women University has various affiliated colleges under it that impart education and training in professional courses like BAMS, B. Ed, D. Ed, Diploma in Electronics and Communication, Computer Engineering, Pharmacy, Library and Information Science, MLT, IT and Modern Office Practice.
Besides all theses courses Bhagat Phool Singh Mahila Vishwavidyalaya offers five year and three year LLB courses at PSD Girls Law College. The College of Engineering and Sciences, established by the University provides technical human capital to the corporate sector with emphasis on Information Technology, Computer Education, Medical Sciences, Bio-technology, Environmental Studies and Technology and Management Studies. The University has developed Learning Resource Centers in its premises, which train all the students, irrespective of their professional fields, in English.
BPS Mahila Vishwavidyalayahas has several affiliated institutes under it. The university ensures that necessary facilities are available in these colleges/institutesto to ensure smooth functioning of education and related activities. General facilities such as a Central Library, hostels for the students and faculty houses for the lecturers are available at the University campus. Modern infrastructural facilities viz. lecture halls, tutorial rooms, conference hall, committee room, laboratories, library, a centre for computer education and information technology has been provided as well.
Infrastructure/FacilityThe University is committed to have the best infrastructure and facilities so as to ensure standards of excellence and supreme quality for the students. We propose to have one of the most advanced and State-of-the-art campus to facilitate the process of acquiring knowledge for the students.
Campus and Proposed Campus: The Existing University campus sprawls over one hundred seven acres while construction is in full swing under the 1st phase to be completed shortly. More construction is proposed in another 302 acres in the vicinity, so as to create and give world class infrastructure and facilities to the students. A broad road connecting the University to the GT road is underway which will substantially reduce distance from the national Capital. The construction in the first phase will have new teaching blocks, block library and Hostels with the latest amenities for the students. Presently the University has separate premises for every Institute/College and nine hostels having nearly 400 rooms for the students.
Faculty: Faculty for all the existing courses is the best available and committed to provide the highest quality of education for the students. The faculty for the proposed professional courses is being selected from the best available in the respective fields through a completely transparent procedure and rigorous testing. The University is determined to give its students the highest quality of teaching and ensure their overall development and growth.
Faculty Houses: The University acknowledges the fact that the Faculty is the most prized possession it has. Moreover, the University is committed to the professional and individual growth of the Faculty and hence ensures that the Faculty is properly taken care of. In this regard a major step is providing spacious and hygienic accommodation to them. The Faculty Houses are within the campus and so are the houses for the administrative staff.
Hostel: The University has hostel facilities for the outstation students. The University has 14 hostels which can accommodate around 4000 students. Each hostel has a reading room and study hall having newspapers and periodicals. The common room has Dish TV connection and the students are provided with indoor games facilities for recreation. The hostels are properly maintained and good hygiene is ensured for the students.
Library: The University has a Central Library which has books worth several lakhs on various subjects pursued in the University. The Library is accessible to all the students studying here throughout the day. The library is housed in a single storey building which is completely air-conditioned. The library has a large reading area and even reading rooms. To add to that it has Internet facility for the students and the Faculty. The University will soon shift the Central Library to a new block to be constructed in the second phase of construction. In addition to this, each Department houses its own Departmental Library having all the necessary books for the students.
Computer Lab: Bhagat Phool Singh Mahila Vishwavidyalaya was set up with the vision of emancipating women. In view of this it was realized that two things are of utmost importance for them: Computer Literacy and Communicative English. To ensure knowledge of the elementary as well as advanced Computer skills, a full fledged computer lab with devices of the latest configuration will be made available to all the students where they will necessarily take training in them.
Language Lab: In cater to the needs of women regarding the mastering of Communication skills in English, the University has established Learning Resource Centres which are run and managed by the Faculty of English. The students, irrespective of their course, have to come to the Centres thrice a week and take training in two aspects of English: Speaking and Listening. The other aspects, viz. Reading and Writing are dealt with in the remaining three days in conventional classrooms.
Earn while you learn: Aiming to make the students partners and associates in the Management of Institution, the University offers its students work opportunities within the campus. The programme, purely voluntary in nature, enables the students to earn while they learn. While students can meet their financial requirements for higher education under the scheme, in the process they learn to bear responsibility and promote dignity of labour. Students can choose assisting work in management of facilities like library, computer labs, cafeteria, kiosks, etc as per their aptitude and interest.
Cafeteria/Kiosk: The Cafeteria and Kiosk of the University will provide the students with the basic amenities and eatables. More importantly, it will also provide the students with the opportunity to earn by working part-time in them if they want to.
Industry Institution Partnership: Taking advantage of the unprecedented growth in service sector, the university has sought industry sponsorship for deserving students at the commencement of the courses. With a full fledged department dedicated to give thrust to industry institution partnership, the university plans to ensure placement right at the onset of courses.
Placement: For the remaining students, on campus interviews will be organized with reputed companies by the placement cell of the university to ensure jobs in the relevant industry.
Sports: With existing playgrounds, the university will have basket ball and volleyball courts with concrete flooring, apart from facilities for indoor games. Augmenting the well endowed physique of the girls from the region, the university plans to start a Judo Karate centre, that will not only instil a sense of confidence among the students, but also open doors for the placement in the growing industry of security and martial services.
Guest House: For accommodating visiting faculty and family members of residential students, who might like to visit the students from time to time, the university is building a guest house with smartly furnished rooms and other required amenities.
Auditorium: Keeping in view the Importance of Extra-curricular and various Academic affairs the University is proposing modern Auditoriums for the students.
Hospital: The University houses a Hospital with 110 beds that runs round the clock throughout the year. The hospital provides health facilities to the students and assures that the students get proper and timely treatment if they fall ill.
Transport: The University has been set up in a rural locale keeping in view that the girls from a rural background need education the most as they are largely neglected in the society. To keep up with this locale it is vital to have regular transport for the students and the faculty coming from nearby places. The University has its own buses running after short intervals throughout the day to ferry the Faculty, Administrative staff and students to and from the University. In addition to it, Haryana Roadways buses also run at select hours to and from the University.
Colleges affiliated with this UniversityTotal number of colleges affiliated with this University = 0
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