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Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University SRTMUN, Nanded, Maharashtra
Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University SRTMUN, Nanded, Maharashtra
Address:Dnyanteerth Gautami Nagar P Box No. 87, Vishnupuri
Nanded (District Nanded)
Maharashtra, IndiaPin Code : 431606
Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University SRTMUN, Nanded Maharashtra is a University recognised by UGC. Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University SRTMUN, Nanded Maharashtra was established on / in 17th September 1994.
Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University SRTMUN, Nanded Maharashtra is situated in Nanded of Maharashtra state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Nanded comes under Nanded Tehsil, Nanded District.
Fax # of Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University SRTMUN, Nanded Maharashtra is +91-2462-229245, 259383.
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Website of Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University SRTMUN, Nanded Maharashtra is www.srtmun.org (expired, checked on 10.06.2011), www.srtmun.ac.in.
Vice Chancellor : Dr. S. B. Nimse (R) : 02462- 229353, 229301.
Contact Details of Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University SRTMUN, Nanded Maharashtra are : Telephone: +91-2462-229346, 229330, 229242, 229243
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Colleges of this universities are situated only in following districts:
Parbhani and Hingoli
Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, School of Commerce &
Management Science, Nanded
College Code: 2003
Railway Station Nanded(10.0 km.)
Bus Stand Nanded(10.0 km.)
Hostel Intake Boys: 10 Girls : 10
School of Management, Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Sub
Centre, Peth, Latur
College code: 2004
Railway Station Latur(15.0 km.)
Bus Stand Latur(10.0 km.)
Hostel Intake Boys: Nil Girls : Nil
Courses(1) Business Department
* M.B.A. P.G. (two years) 60(Intake)
* M.Com. P.G. (two years) 20 (Intake)
* M. Phil (Com.) PG (One and half years) 10(Intake)
MBA admissions are given by Common Entrance Test i.e. CET operated through Directorate of Technical Education, Govt. of Maharashtra Mumbai. Commerce students get admission directly by the university if they are eligible.
(2) The school of physical sciences offers M.Sc. course in Physics with Astrophysics, Materials science and Fiber Optics and Lasers as the elective papers.
* M.Sc. (Physics) Post Graduation 20
* M.Sc. (Applied Physics) Post Graduations 10
Admissions: Eligibility for Admission to M.Sc. Physics in this school is B.Sc. from a recognized university with physics as one of the main subject at under-graduate level.
Facilities: The school has lots of equipments based on the latest technology. Some of the equipments available for the students are:
The 8" Meade USA made Lx50 Reflecting telescopes, CCD camera for Astronomical imaging, SSp-3 solid state detectors, two digital workstations, vacuum coating unit, autoclave, gamma ray spectrometer, G.M.counters, susceptibility, measurement unit, He-ne laser sources and laser detectors, optical fiber characteristic measurement unit, fiber optics based digital or analogue communication set up, conductivity, dielectric constant measurement unit, furnace up to 900 OC with temp, control unit, constant deviation spectrograph, Microwave sources and detectors.
* Sr. No Program Level of study Intake
* M.Sc. (Biotechnology) Post graduate 20
* M.Sc. (Microbiology) Post graduate 12
* M.Sc. (Botany) Post graduate 10
The School of Mathematics, Statistics and Computational Sciences was initiated with the inception of the University.
Courses and intake:
* Sr. No Program Level of study Intake
* M.Sc. (C.A.) Post graduate 40
Admissions to the school are on the basis of merit at graduate level examination. Any science graduate is eligible for admission.
* Sr. No Program Level of study Intake
* M.Sc. (C.A.) Post graduate 40
Admissions to the school are on the basis of merit at graduate level examination. Any science graduate is eligible for admission.
School of languages:
The School has been founded on July 15, 2000. It runs M.A. (English) and M.A. (Marathi) courses of two year duration.
* Sr. No Program Level of study Intake
* M.A. (English) Post graduates 40
* M.A. (Marathi) Post graduates 40
Candidates those who have bachelors degree in Arts with optional English or Marathi and with minimum 40% marks in aggregate, from any recognized University are eligible for the admission.
School of Social Sciences is an inter-disciplinary school of higher learning which was started in 1994 with establishment of the Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University. The School is poised for generation of knowledge in fields of social research and social work through quality education. The extension activities of the School deal with issues of social importance and relevance to the society at large and the region in particular.
Sr. No Program Level of study Intake
M.S.W. Post graduate 40
M.A. (Sociology) Post graduates 20
Eligibility for these courses is graduates degree in any stream of recognized university with at least 40% marks. Facility for research leading to Doctorate degree in Sociology and Social Work is also available.
The School was initiated in 1994 by upgrading the Chemistry Course being conducted at the erstwhile sub-center of Marathwada University, Aurangabad. It is planned to convert the specializations being offered into full time M.Sc. courses.
Courses and Intake:
Sr. No Program Level of study Intake
M.Sc. (Chemistry) Post graduate 30
Industrial Chemistry 10
Drugs and Pharmaceuticals 10
Polymer Chemistry 10
Admission to the course is purely depending on academic level at the graduate level examination. Any candidate who is holding a B.Sc. degree in Chemistry or a general B.Sc. with Chemistry or Industrial Chemistry or Analytical Chemistry as an optional subject, from a recognized university is eligible for admission.
The School of Earth Sciences is one of the fundamental schools to be established with the inception of the University. The School of Earth Sciences has been proposed to comprise the streams of Geology, Geography, and Environmental Sciences with other Earth Sciences for the best use of the natural resources of the region for its unitary growth. The School provides specialization in Environmental Geology, Groundwater Geology, and Geoexploration.
Courses and intake:
Sr. No Program Level of study Intake
M.Sc. Geology Post Graduate 10
M.Sc. Environmental Technology Post Graduate 15
M.Sc. or M.A. Applied Geography Post Graduate 15
Admission to the School is based on merit at concerned graduate level examination and Government rules of reservation. Candidates having requisite graduate's degree are eligible for admission based on merit.
School of education science:
School of Educational sciences initiated in the academic year 2005-06. The school is operating M.Ed. and M.P.Ed. Courses and attempts are initiated to develop the course by widening it in all directions by teaching; research, extension and community work with social commitment.
Course & intake:
Master of Education (M. Ed) - 40
Admission process: course runs on financially self support basis and admission process has been carried through entrance examination conducted by university.
Master of Physical Education (M.P.Ed.): course runs on financially self support basis. The admissions are given by Entrance Examination (CET) of Directorate of sports and youth services, Maharashtra state. Intake are of the course is 30.
Profile of Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University SRTMUNThe Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University was established at Nanded by bifurcating the Marathwada University at Aurangabad on 17th September 1994, the day on which in 1948 erstwhile Hyderabad State was liberated from rule of the Nizam. Nanded is a district headquarter as well as a holy city situated on the banks of Godavari river in southeastern part of Maharashtara state. Nanded is directly approachable by train from Mumbai (erstwhile Bombay) (650 km), Delhi (1700 km) and Bangalore (800 km). Nearest airport with regular flight services are located at Aurangabad (260 km) and Hyderabad (270 km) the famous tourist places of India. The University has been named after Swami Ramanand Teerth the Doyen of the Hyderabad Liberation Struggle and also a renowned educationalist and social activist. The University is to cater for southern part of Marathwada Region of Maharashtra State, specifically to the districts of Nanded, Latur, Parbhani and Hingoli. The University Establishment Committee had visualized a region specific University with non conventional courses with a School system for Campus teaching to initiate and promote interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary studies. The university has redesigned its syllabi and courses in order to generate the human resource for the regional development. The courses are characterized by innovative ways in teaching, learning and evaluation with emphasis on the aspects of research, consultancy and extension services.
In the short time of operation the University has been granted recognition by the University Grants Commission (UGC), the apex educational body of Government of India, under 2(f) in March 1995 and under 12 (B) in May 1998, before completion of five years. It has been accredited by NAAC in 2001 with two stars status. At present University has 172 colleges affiliated to it.
The Great Saint: Swami Ramanand Teerth
Swami Ramanand Teerth (1903-1972)
That religion goes from heart to heart - is an important adage. This is more true in regard to education. It is only the heart that can pour out true education. Unless the inner chords of the human heart are touched, the personality of the student cannot evolve. This in its turn requires a developed heart, a pure heart, a heart that receives all the throbs of the students life. Oneness with the students, sympathy and love for them, making yourself a part and parcel of their being, a friend and a colleague, not one placed in an exalted position, nor for being something superior and separate. This is the type of the teacher who can impart good-educationâ€™. I began to Question myself in this manner. Could I love the students as my own self Shall I forgive their lapses as I forgive myself Shall I share their joys and sorrows Shall I reduce myself to a state of complete oneness with them, in all aspects of life
I felt that I could. And I accepted the job in a spirit of dedication. - Swami Ramanand Teerth
The university Campus is located in an area of 600 acres situated about 10 km south of Nanded township along Nanded-Latur-Pune road. The Campus is on a broad oval plateau at 380 m MSL. Physical development of the Campus is now moving ahead at high speed. The main administrative building of the University is ready and operational since June 2001. Other buildings which have already been completed and occupied are Vice Chancellorâ€™s Residence, Officersâ€™ Quarters, Schools of Life, Social, Commerce and Management Sciences, Boys Hostel, Girls Hostel, VVIP Guest House and Guest House. Other school buildings will be ready by June 2005. Internal roads of this new campus have been developed and gardening and other infrastructural facilities are under progress.
A perspective plan for next 20 years for physical development of the campus has been chalked. The plan envisages full potential development of existing Campus Schools and all the facilities planned in the University Development Plan at its inception. These include hostel facilities, residential complexes, sports facilities, social and botano-pharmaceutical forestry and gardens, etc.
The University Campus has a well equipped central library which acts as the nucleus of institutional research and teaching activities. It has collection of more than 40000 books which, apart from text books, include bound volumes of periodicals, reference books, special collection on Hyderabad freedom struggle, complete volumes of works of Mahatma Gandhi, Dr.Babasheb Ambedkar, Vinoba Bhave, Kakasaheb Gadgil etc. The text book collection contains general textbooks as well as reference material useful in the subjects like Astrophysics, Nanomaterials, Nanotechnology, Seismology, Information Technology, Disaster Management, Biotechnology, Industrial Chemistry, etc.
Library has also acquired books useful for competitive examinations, directories, subject encyclopedias, books on moral values as well as biographies of distinguished personalities. 123 national periodicals and 34 periodicals of international repute are subscribed by the library. The library is a member of UGC Infonet consortia under which more than 750 e-journals are made available to the researchers. Apart from written texts, the collection in the library includes floppies, CD Rom, Microfilms etc. Microfilms of a local newspaper Prajawani are available from 1962 issues. Library also holds reports of different committees and Commissions, patents, Ph.D. theses, etc. The library is having internet service. Library remains open except for Sunday and government holidays. A computerized database of the holdings is now available along with OPAC. Book/issues circulation work and serial control is fully computerized. Library is having LAN and uses Bar code technology for library operations.
Following services are offered by the library to the users as well as others seeking consultancy
List of Additions
Current awareness Service
News paper Clippings Service
Internet and e-journals services.
The library is having following sections.
News paper reading
Internet and e-journals
University has a well-established NSS Unit. The NSS unit has been highly active in post-Killari earthquake scenario. A small village, named Rashtriya Sewagram (named after NSS), at Chalburga in Ausa Tehsil of Latur District has been constructed utilizing the labour of students of NSS for rehabilitation of earthquake affected population.
University NSS unit has introduced a scheme of holding yearly University level Central Camp in the area for the girls. State level youth camps are also organized for creating AIDS awareness through various programmes such as folk songs and dances. National level NSS camps have been organized at Chalburga with participants drawn from Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Orissa, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra. Establishment of an NSS Open Unit, the first of its kind in the State, is also a unique achievement. The Open Unit has members drawn from public including senior citizens. Presently the Open Unit is devoted to propagation of family planning ideals. It has also published a book on chief religions in India with an idea of promoting communal harmony.
Research and Consultancy
The University to has launched Hyderabad Liberation Struggle Research Project to bring out a comprehensive history of the Hyderabad Liberation Struggle for recording objective history of this region and to understand the significance of the struggle in its proper perspective. More than 150 veteran freedom fighters from all the three regions of the Old Hyderabad State have been interviewed and their memories recorded. These recordings have been transcribed and published in a book entitled Hyderabad Mukti Sangramachya Maukhik Nondi (Oral Record of Hyderabad Liberation Struggle).
Research and Consultancy Cell of the University
The Schools also offer consultancy services. At present active consultancy activity is going on in the fields of Earth, Environmental, Chemical and Social Sciences. A separate University Consultancy Cell has been established for offering consultancy services and for collaborative research for industries and business houses, general public as well as government and semi government organisations. Those who want to utilize these services or want to know more about the services being offered may contact Prof. D.B. Yedekar, HOD, School of Earth Sciences or Director, B.C.U.D.
The Sports Department looks after the sports activity of the entire university. The department regularly conducts inter collegiate tournaments. Different sport camps are organized and conducted by the university under the guidance of faculty, which has been trained at National Institute of Sports.
During the year 2000-2001 Table tennis (M), volley ball (M) and Badminton teams qualified for All India Level Tournaments at matches held at Delhi, Patiala and Chandigarh. In weight lifting, university player ranked 5th in 95-104 kg category in the All India Weight Lifting competition conducted by Mumbai University at Ratnagiri. In the State Level University Sports Meets, termed Ashwamedh, university received Bronze Medal in 4X400 relay at Ashwamedh 99 (Nagpur), Disciplined team medal Ashwamedh 99 (Nagpur), Best Performance in inter- university tournament at Ashwamedh 99 (Nagpur) in Badminton (MW), Volleyball (M), Kabbaddi (M), Wrestling (M), Table tennis (MW), Wt. Lifting (M), Basketball (M).
National Youth Festival
University student team bagged covaled first price of folk dance at inter universities National Youth Festival held at Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, during 29th Jan. to 2nd Feb. 2001 under the leadership of Dr. Satyajeet Chikhalikar, director of student s welfare section of the university.
Same team had bagged the second prize for the same dance earlier at west zone inter collegiate youth festival held at Shivaji University, Gwalior. The team is expected to give its performance at the international youth festival to be organized in the near future. The vice chancellor and the University community, congratulated Dr. Chikhalikar and team at their achivement.
Syllabi of the Campus Schools have been designed based on subject wise workshops, criticism and comments of experts from both academic and professional sphere. These criticisms and comments were again discussed amongst faculty in relation to their national and regional relevance before finally being incorporated in the syllabus. The revised syllabi feature introduction of interdisciplinary courses and new electives at PG level that support the job /self-employment potential and application orientation from view of public utility. All the Campus Schools have compulsory project work and continuous assessment. Seminars by students are also an essential part of the studies. All the syllabi have now been amended as per UGC model curricula. In addition to this the School of Earth Sciences follows Credit-Grading system of teaching and evaluation for all its courses since 2003-04.
An aspect in redesigning the courses of the Campus Schools has been the Regional Perspective of the courses. Marathwada is agriculture-dominated area and the problem with agriculture is underdeveloped irrigation potential both surface and sub-surface. There is not much industrial growth except for few pockets at district headquarters . Most of the industries are agro based. Another regional aspect is the devastating Killari (Latur) Earthquake of 1993 and still continuing seismic activity. Added to this are the alternating draughts and floods. Considering these regional needs some of the electives being offered on campus are Disaster Management, Geotechnical Engineering and Seismotectonics, Hydrogeology, Optimum Natural Resource Management, and Rural Development. The selection of students for courses in Campus Schools is through an entrance test. The syllabi for entrance test are same as those for the subject concerned at the qualifying UG degree course.
The Schools have senior faculty members who have rich teaching and /or research experience in their fields. These senior faculty members are guiding students as well as their younger colleagues in their academic activity and pursuits. Schools also have younger faculty members who are gradually making a mark in their chosen field of research. More than 50% of the faculty members are with Ph.D. to their credit. This mixture of pliable younger minds and senior faculty members has created a healthy academic atmosphere resulting in a gradual boost in the research activity.
The University Establishment Committee had also stressed the need of starting University Consultancy Services as a source of Resource Generation for developmental activity. The selection of senior faculty of the University, especially in Science Faculty, was done with some bias towards professional experience involving work in National and International Organizations or Laboratories, which, would be useful for such services. The research projects being planned and undertaken by faculty have regional utility, as University policy is to contribute to the regional development by generating the man power resource through the dedicated efforts of its faculty.
Administrative set up of the University is based on Maharashtra Universities Act 1994 which envisages a Vice-Chancellor centric administration. Vice Chancellor is the Head of the University as well as appointing and disciplinary authority for Class I Officers and Teachers of the University. A generalized flow chart of University administration is given here for ready reference.
There are four parallel administrative streams, each with a statutory officer of the rank of Registrar as its head directly reporting to the Vice-Chancellor. These administrative streams are:
General Administration and Establishment (with Registrar at its head),
Examinations and related work (headed by Controller of Examinations)
Finance and Accounts Section (headed by a Finance and Accounts Officer)
Academic Administration and Development (headed by Director, Board of College and University Development (BCUD) ).
General Administration and Establishment Section works under administrative control of the Registrar who is the Principal Administrative Officer of the University. It deals with service matters of the employees, general administration and record of the University. The open and transparent faculty and staff selection procedure of the University has been appreciated by the Chancellor and the Government and other Universities of Maharashtra have been asked to implement the same.
Board of College and University Development (BCUD) administers all the academic activities and functions of the University including affiliations, academic audit of colleges and schools, syllabi development, interdisciplinary and interinstitutional collaborations, liaison with funding agencies and research activity of the University. The Board also assesses requirement of development of new courses and curricula keeping pace with the development in academics and industrial fields. Several innovative steps have been implemented to elevate the academic standards and to formulate the academic discipline.
These authorities work on policies and decisions set by the following bodies
1) Management Council
3) Academic Council
4) Campus EPBX numbers
5) Board of Examinations
6) Board of College & University Development
7) Officers of the University
8) Other Officers of the University
9) Head Of Campus Schools
The Examination section is headed by Controller of Examinations, and is responsible for conducting examinations, declaring results and awarding degrees. The University follows an annual pattern of examination while the Campus Schools follow a Semester system of teaching and examination. The evaluation of the answer sheets is done by external examiners at a Central Assessment Programme. The answer sheets are masked before evaluation so that examiners do not know identity of candidate. The assessed answer sheets are then moderated by another subject expert for discrepancy in assessment, if any. The moderated sheets are scrutinized for checking again whether all questions have been evaluated and whether the total of marks given is correct. The final mark list is then made by unmasking the answer sheets and entering the roll number of student in the mark list. There is no revaluation of the answer sheets to avoid malpractice. There is only re-totaling of marks on application. This method of 100% moderation and scrutiny avoids delay involved in revaluation. The system works efficiently and results are declared within the stipulated 40 days from the date of examination. The results and mark sheets have been completely computerized. The marks given by the examiners/moderators are transcribed into mark sheets by digital scanners avoiding the manual transfer process, thereby eliminating human errors. The examination practices of the University have been appreciated by the Chancellor and the Government and they are being implemented as common standard examination code for all the Universities of Maharashtra.
Finance section headed by Finance and Accounts Officer controls the fund utilization sanctioned by state Government and Central Government Funding Agencies. The finance section prepares annual budgets of the university and controls financial expenditure on various activities. It keeps track of investments of the University through a Register of Investments and keeps a constants watch over the progress of expenditure as an important step towards financial and budgetary control. The Accounts Section also caries out the work of the Internal Auditing of the University. It is the authority for stock taking and stock checking and carries out spot audit of accounts and stock registers maintained by the University Sections and Campus Schools. The purchases of the University in excess of Rs. 0.10 million are channelised through a purchase committee. The financial affairs are monitored by a Finance Committee.
Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University is situated at Nanded in Maharashtra.It was set up in the year 1994 was named after the famous social reformer Swami Ramanand Teerth.The University has a sprawling campus of 600 acres.
The campus contains,Administrative Building , Vice Chancellor`s Residence, Boys Hostel, Girls Hostel, Officers` Quarters, VVIP Guest House and Guest House. The University caters higher education in the districts of Nanded, Latur, Parbhani and Hingoli.The has been recognised by the University Grant Commision.The University offers post graduate courses in various disciplines through different schools including School of Languages & Literature, School of Social Sciences, School of Media Studies, School of Educational Sciences, School of Physical Sciences, School of Computer Sciences, School of Commerce & Management Sciences, School of Life Sciences, School of Earth Sciences, School of Chemical Sciences. Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University was established in 1994. Named after Swami Ramanand Teerth, it is located at Nanded in Maharashtra, India. The university is intended to serve primarily the southern part of Marathwada, specifically the districts of Nanded, Latur, Parbhani, and Hingoli. The main university campus, which is situated about 10 km south of Nanded township, occupies approximately 600 acres (2.4 km2), and there is a 22-acre sub-campus at Latur. The university has received recognition from the UGC and the NAAC.
Dr. Sarjerao Nimase is the current vice-chancellor of the university. The Registrar, The Director of Board of College and University, and The Controller of Examination form the three statutory officers of the university. The university has directors for sports and physical education, and students welfare. There is an NSS program officer. The university offers twenty-seven postgraduate courses in Arts, Sciences, Commerce, Education, Business Administration, and Pharmacy. The university also offers eight M.Phil. courses in different fields.
Profile of University
On 17th September 1994 the Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University was founded at Nanded through separation from the Marathwada University at Aurangabad. The University has been named after Swami Ramanand Teerth, the leader of the Hyderabad freedom movement and a well-known educationalist and social worker. The University aims to provide education to the southern part of Marathwada locality of Maharashtra state, particularly to the districts of Latur, Parbhani, Nanded, and Hingoli.
The University Establishment Committee had visualized a region specific University with non conventional courses with a School system for Campus teaching to initiate and promote interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary studies. The university has re-designed its syllabi and courses in order to generate the human resource for the regional development. The courses are characterized by innovative ways in teaching, learning and evaluation with emphasis on the aspects of research, consultancy and extension services.
Mission And Vision
The Mission Statement
'Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University pledges itself to uphold zealously its mission of promoting acquisition and dissemination of knowledge through fearless and sustained pursuit of excellence aimed at moulding personalities of students entering its portals to grow with an upright character filled with enlightenment and to be the value adhering members of a just and humane society'.
Enlightened Student: A Source of Immense Power
Established at Nanded in 1994, SRTMU has been after Swami Ramanand Teerth, the doyen of the Hyderabad liberation struggle. It was recognized by the University Grants Commission, UGC, in 1995.
Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University (SRTMU) came into being at Nanded in 1994 after bifurcation of the Marathwada University at Aurangabad on 17th September 1994. It has been named after Swami Ramanand Teerth, a renowned educationalist and social activist. SRTMU has been recognized by the University Grants Commission, UGC, and accredited with two stars by National Assessment and Accreditation Council, NAAC. At present, it has a long listing of affiliated colleges in Latur, Nanded, Parbhani and Hingoli districts.
At SRT Marathwada University, the courses have been characterized by innovative ways in teaching, learning and evaluation with emphasis on the aspects of research, consultancy and extension services. Teaching at the Campus follows School system with interdisciplinary character. Each School offers interlinked courses under one roof with expert faculty. School system also imparts plasticity in planning and operation of the curriculum. At present active consultancy act is going on in the fields of Earth, Environmental, Chemical and Social Sciences. Currently, a number of Graduate and Master Degree courses are taught in several fields at SRTMU Nanded.
SRTMU provides separate hostels for girls and boys. The University campus has a well equipped central library which has a large amount of books including the text books, periodicals, and reference books. Precious collection on Hyderabad freedom struggle, volumes of works of Mahatma Gandhi, Dr Babasheb Ambedkar, Vinoba Bhave, Kakasaheb Gadgil etc is also available.
* Chemical Sciences
* Commerce and Management Sciences
* Earth Sciences
* Educational Sciences
* Languages & Literature
* Life Sciences
* Computer Sciences
* Media Studies
* Physical Sciences
* Social Sciences
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NCTE appeal order for Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University (SRTMUN) NandedF.No.89-291-2010-Appeal
NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR TEACHER EDUCATION
Hans Bhawan, Wing II, 1, Bahadurshah Zafar Marg, New Delhi - 110002
O R D E R
WHEREAS the appeal of Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Nanded, Maharashtra dated 19-04-2010 is against the Order No. WRC-APW00686-125010-131-2010-65752 dated 08-03-2010 of the Western Regional Committee, refusing recognition for conducting M.Ed course on the ground “Teaching staff not appointed by the institution as per NCTE Regulations, 2009.”
AND WHEREAS the Correspondent, Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University (hereinafter referred to as the appellant), preferred an appeal dated 21-04-2010 to the National Council for Teacher Education, New Delhi (hereinafter referred to as the Council) under Section 18 of the NCTE Act, 1993 against the said Order.
AND WHEREAS Shri Hambarde Santukrao, Deputy Registrar, Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Nanded, Maharashtra presented the case of the appellant institution on 18.06.2010. In the appeal and during personal presentation it was submitted that the State Govt. sanctioned one post of Professor, two posts of reader and two posts of lecturers; the procedure of staff recruitment was in continuation and advertisement for remaining posts was made frequently. In support of available staff the appellant submitted affidavits dated 24.10.2009 of four faculty members who were appointed as lecturers during the years 2005 to 2009. In an undertaking dated 16.4.2010, the appellant stated that Govt. of Maharashtra sanctioned one Professor, two readers and three lecturers for M.Ed. course and they
could recruit only one reader and two lecturers sanctioned and one lecturer from University fund.
AND WHEREAS the Council noted that the university submitted an application for M.Ed. course on 17.07.03 with the WRC; WRC caused an inspection of the institution on 03.07.06 and the inspection team in its report mentioned that a
principal, three teachers and a coordinator were appointed by the university, however no enclosures with regard to appointment of faculty were forwarded alongwith the report; subsequent to the inspection, the WRC vide its letter dt.
12.08.06 informed the institution to appoint the qualified faculty before the commencement of the academic session 2006-07 and after verification of the appointed faculty the WRC will issue formal- unconditional order recognition and the institution shall make admissions only after receiving the unconditional order of recognition. The university did not submit any faculty details to the WRC in compliance with this letter. The WRC again vide its letter dt. 25.07.09 issued letter of intent prior to grant of recognition under clause 7(9) of NCTE regulations 2007, to appoint the faculty as per NCTE norms, instead of issuing a notice in reference to its earlier conditional letter dt. 12.08.06. When the institution did not respond to this 7(9) letter also, then the WRC on 27.10.09 served a notice to the institution. In response to this notice, the institution submitted its reply on 03.11.09 and WRC after considering the reply refused recognition. It further examined the documents filed by the institution along with its reply dt. 03.11.09 and noted that it had appointed only 4 lecturers as against the requirement of 1 professor, 1 reader and 3 lecturers as per norms. It also noted from the submission made by the appellant that it advertised for remaining posts on 09.02.10 and this implied that the appellant had, so far not complied with the conditional letter, as it did not appoint, a reader and a professor as required under NCTE norms; the university admitted the students after receiving the conditional letter in 2006 and conducted sessions. It also observed that the institution conducted sessions for the last three academic sessions without obtaining formal recognition order from WRC; further the appellant also did not show the details of selection of the faculty members. The Council therefore felt that WRC was right to deny recognition but in order to safe guard the interest of the already passed out- admitted students, the Council came to the conclusion that the case may be remanded to WRC with the direction to modify the refusal into withdrawal order.
AND WHEREAS after perusal of documents, memorandum of appeal, affidavit, VT Report and after considering oral arguments advanced during hearing, the Council reached the conclusion that there was adequate ground to accept the appeal, set-aside the order of the WRC’s dated 08.03.2010 and remand the case to the WRC for the direction to modify the refusal order into withdrawal order.
Accordingly, the case is remanded to the WRC for issuing a modified order.
NOW THEREFORE, the Council hereby remands back the case of Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Nanded, Maharashtra to the WRC, NCTE, for necessary action as indicated above.
1. The Registrar, Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University , Vishnupuri, Nanded - 431606, Maharashtra
2. The Secretary, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of School Education and Literacy, Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi.
3. Regional Director, Western Regional Committee, Manas Bhawan, Shayamala Hills, Bhopal - 462002.
4. PS to Chairperson
5. The Secretary, Education (looking after Teacher Education) Government of Maharashtra, Mumbai.
NCTE appeal order for Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University (SRTMUN) NandedFile No. 89-291-2010-Appeal
Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University
Nanded - 431606
Sub : Appeal dated 19-04-2010 under Section 18(1) of NCTE Act, 1993 in respect of Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University , Nanded, Maharashtra against the Order dated 08-03-2010 of Western Regional Committee, Bhopal - regarding M.Ed.
I am directed to inform you that the above mentioned appeal of your institution will be considered by the Council on 01-05-2010 from 10:00:00 AM at NCTE headquarters, New Delhi.
2. You are requested to depute an officer - employee of your institution to present the case on the said date and time at the address given below:
National Council for Teacher Education,
Hans Bhawan, Wing II,
1, Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg,
New Delhi - 110 002.
3. The representative should not be a legal practitioner. The representative shall be required to produce an authorisation letter from the institution before he-she is allowed to present the case of the institution.
4. If the institution does not send its representative without any valid reason, it will be presumed that the institution has nothing to represent.
5. The representative should bring point wise written explanation alongwith all supporting DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCES in ORIGINAL for perusal during the course of personal presentation.
6. A line in confirmation about your - or representative's attendance for the hearing will be appreciated.
(P. Subba Lakshmi)
Colleges affiliated with this UniversityTotal number of colleges affiliated with this University = 175
1 ACS College, Gangakhed
2 Adarsh ACS College, Hingoli
3 Arts Commerce and Science College, Shankarnagar
4 Arts Commerce College, Hadgaon
5 Ashoka Institute of IT, Parbhani
6 AVE Societys Degloor College, Degloor
7 Azad College, Ausa
8 B.Raghunath Arts College, Parbhani
9 Bahirji Smarak Mahavidyalaya, Bsmathnagar
10 Baliram Patil College, Kinwat
11 BEd College, Vishnupuri
12 BEd College, Hatta
13 BEd College, Kalamnuri
14 Bharti Vidyapeeths Institute of Management Studies and Research, Raigad
15 CHATTRAPATI SHIVAJI COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION, Nanded
16 Chhatrapati College of Computer (BCS and BCA), Nanded
17 College of Education, Gangakhed
18 College of Education, Nanded
19 College of Library Science, Latur
20 College of Physical Education, Kalamnur
21 College of Physical Education, Kawtha
22 College of Professional Studies, Latur
23 Dayanand College of Arts, Latur
24 Dayanand College of Commerce, Latur
25 Dayanand College of Law, Latur
26 Dayanand College of Science, Latur
27 DB Institute of Management and Research, Mahalngra
28 Deogiri College, Parbhani
29 Dharmabad Education Societys Lal Bahadur Shastri Mahavidyalaya, Nanded
30 Dhunda Maharaj Mahavidyalaya, Degloor
31 Digambarrao Bindu Arts and Commerce College, Bhokar
32 Dnyanopasak College, Jintur
33 Dnyanopasak Shikshan Mandals College of Arts, Commerce and Science, Parbhani
34 DNYANOPASAK SHIKSHAN PRASARAK MANDALS COLLEGE OF PHYSCIAL EDUCATION, Parbhani
35 Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Mahavidyalaya, Latur
36 Dr Ramrodge Education College, Sailu
37 Dr Shankarrao Satav College, Kalamnuri
38 Education Societys B Ed College, Naigaon
39 Government College of Education, Nanded
40 GOVERNMENT COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, Parbhani
41 Government Medical College, Nanded
42 Gramin Arts Science and BCS College, Kandhar
43 Gramin Mahavidyalaya, Kotgyal
44 Gramin Science Vocational College Vishnupuri, Nanded
45 Granted College Jaikranti Arts Senior College, Latur
46 GSPMs College of Computer Science and Information Technology, Nanded
47 Guru BudhiSwami College, Purna
48 Hut Jayawantrao Patil College, Himayat Nagar
49 Indira Gandhi Sr College, Nanded
50 Indira Institute of Management Science, Nanded
51 Indira Shikshan Prasarak Mandals College of Physical Education, Latur
52 Institute of Institute Technology and Management, Parbhani
53 Institute of Technology and Management Yeshwant College, Nanded
54 Jamnalal Bajaj Institue of Management Studies (JBIMS), Mumbai (Bombay)
55 Janta BEd College, Nanded
56 Jawaharlal Nehru College of Social Work, New Nanded
57 Karamyogi Tulsiram Pawar Mahavidyalaya, Ahmedpur
58 Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan Arts College, Pathri
59 Khorshedbanu R Mewawala Mahila Arts and Commerce Mahavidyalaya, Nanded
60 Kisan Shikshan Prasarak Mandals Shivaji Mahavidyalaya, Latur
61 KKM College, Manwat
62 Kranti Jyoti Savitri Phule Arts College, Nanded
63 Krantiniketan Shikshan and Sanshodhan Sanstha, Nanded
64 Late Annasaheb Gavane Arts College, Parbhani
65 Late Baburao Patil Arts College, Hingoli
66 Late Bapusaheb Patil Gramin Arts Mahavidyalaya, Degloor
67 Late Bhimrao Chavan Arts and Science College, Mukhed
68 Late Sheshabai Sitaram Mundhe College, Gangakhed
69 Late Venkatrao Deshmukh Mahavidyalaya, Latur
70 Latur Homeopathic Medical College, Latur
71 Lokmanya Mahavidyalaya, Sonkhed
72 Lokmanya Senior College, Chakur
73 Maharashtra College of Engineering, Nilanga
74 Maharashtra College of Pharmacy, Nilanga
75 Maharashtra Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, Latur
76 Maharashtra Mahavidyalaya, Nilanga
77 Maharashtra Udayagiri Mahavidyalaya, Latur
78 Mahatma Basweshwar Education Societys Mahatma Basweshwar Mahavidyalaya, Latur
79 Mahatma Gandhi College of Architecture, Nanded
80 Mahatma Gandhi Mahavidyalaya, Ahmedpur
81 Mahatma Gandhi Mahavidyalaya, Ahmedpur, Latur
82 Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Mahavidyalaya, Mukhed
83 Mahatma Phule Gramin College, Kandhar
84 Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Parbhani
85 Maitree Institute of Management and Technology, Latur
86 Master Dinanath Mangeshkar Mahavidyalaya, Shahijani
87 MGM College of Computer IT, Parbhani
88 MGM College of Engineering (MGMCOE), Nanded
89 MGMs College of Computer Science and Institute Technology, Nanded
90 MGMs College of Fine Arts, Nanded
91 MGMs College of Journalism and Media Science, Nanded
92 MGMs College of Library and Information Science, Nanded
93 MS Bidve Engineering College, Latur
94 MSW College, Parbhani
95 Mukandrao Patil BCA and BSc College, Kinwat
96 Nagnath Arts and Commerce College, Aundha Nagnath
97 NAGNATH COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION, Parbhani
98 Nanded Education Societys Peoples College, Nanded
99 Nanded Education Societys Science College, Nanded
100 Narayanrao Waghmare Mahavidyalaya, Akhada Balapur
101 Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Arts Commerce and Science College, Nanded
102 Nitin Mahavidyalaya, Pathri
103 Nutan Mahavidyalaya, Parbhani
104 Nutan Vidhyalaya Sevabhavi Education Societys Kai Babasaheb Deshmukh Gorthekar Mahavidyalaya, Umri
105 Pansare Mahavidyalaya, Arjapur
106 PD Jain Homoeopathic Medical College And Hospital, Parbhani
107 Pratibha Niketan Education Societys Pratibha Niketan Mahavidyalaya, Nanded
108 Pt Dindayal Mahavidyalaya, Devani
109 Punyashlok Ahilyadevi Holkar College, Ranisawargaon
110 Rajarshi Shahu Arts College, Parbhani
111 Rajarshi Shahu College, Latur
112 Rajiv Gandhi College (Shri Sharda Bhavan Education Society), Mudkhed
113 Rajiv Gandhi College of Computer Science and Management, Anandnagar
114 Rajiv Gandhi Technical College, Latur
115 Renkadevi Arts College, Mahur
116 Sai Ram College, Biloli
117 Sambhaji Mahavidyalaya, Murud
118 Sanjiwani Arts Mahavidyalaya, Chapoli
119 Sant Bhagwan Baba Arts and Science College, Bodhadi
120 Sant Gadge Maharaj Physical Education College, Nanded
121 Sant Sambhaji Shinde Library and Information College, Parbhani
122 Sant Tukaram Arts and Science College, Parbhani
123 Saraswati Sangeet Kala Mahavidyalaya, Latur
124 Saraswati Vidya Mandir College, Kinwat
125 SGGS Institute of Engineering and Technology, Nanded
126 Shahid Bhagatsingh Mahavidyalaya, Ausa
127 Shahir Annabhau Sathe Mahavidyalaya, Mukhed
128 Shakuntalabai Bordikar Arts Sr College, Jintur
129 Shankarrao Chavan Arts and Science College, Ardhapur
130 Shantabai Bapurao Patil Law college, Hingoli
131 Sharda Mahavidyalaya, Parbhani
132 Shardchandra Arts and Commerce College, Naigaon
133 Shiv Jagruti Sr College, Nalegaon
134 Shivaji College, Renapur
135 Shivaji Institute of Engineering and Management Studies, Parbhani
136 Shivaji Mahavidyalaya, Renapur
137 Shree Shivaji College, Parbhani
138 Shri Dhaneshwari Manav Vikas Mandals RBM College of Education, Hatta
139 Shri Havagiswami College, Latur
140 Shri Kumarswami Mahavidyalaya, Ausa
141 Shri Murudeshwar College, Pethshivani
142 Shri Narayanrao Chavan Law College, Nanded
143 Shri Sant Gadge Maharaj BEd College, Hingoli
144 Shri Sant Gadge Maharaj Mahavidyalaya, Loha
145 Shri Seetaramji Mundhe Arts and Commerce College, Jintur
146 Shri Sewadas Shikshan Parsarak Mandals Mahatama Gandhi Law College, Nanded
147 Shri Sharadchandra Pawar College of Law, Nanded
148 Shri Sharda Bhavan Education Societys COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, Nanded
149 Shri Sharda Bhavan Education Societys Institute of Technology and Management (SSBESITM), Nanded
150 Shri Shivaji College of Arts Commerce and Science, Kandhar
151 Shri Shivaji Law College, Kandhar
152 Shri Shivaji Law College, Parbhani
153 Shri Shivaji SP Mahavidyalaya, Hingoli
154 Shri Yogananad Swami Arts College, Basmathnagar
155 Shyamlal Memorial ES Shyamlal College of Engineering, Udgir
156 Sivneri Arts College, Shirur Anantpal
157 Smt Indira Gandhi College of Education, Nanded
158 Smt Sushiladevi Deshmukh Arts Commerce and Science College, Latur
159 Smt Sushiladevi Deshmukh Mahila Senior College, Latur
160 SSBSS DPCRD College, Yeshwant Nagar
161 SSS pawar College, Purna
162 Swami Dayanand College of Physical Education, Latur
163 Swami Ramanand Teerth College of Education, Kandhar
164 Swami Vivekanand Arts and Science College, Mukramabad
165 Swami Vivekanand Mahavidyalaya, Latur
166 Toshniwal College, Sengaon
167 Ujwal Gramin Mahavidyalaya, Ghonsi
168 University of Mumbai, Alkesh Dinesh Modi Institute for Financial and Management Studies, Mumbai (Bombay)
169 VASANTRAO NAIK COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, Shirur Tajband
170 Vasantrao Naik Mahavidyalaya, Nanded
171 Vivek Vardhini Mahila BEd College, Nanded
172 Warpudkar mahavidyalaya, Sonpeth
173 Yeshwant College of Physical Education, Nanded
174 Yeshwant Mahavidyalaya, Nanded
175 Yeshwantrao Chavan College of I and T, Parbhani
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Plot No : Sheet No. 5, Kh.No. 121/3
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Post Office : Bhandara
Bhandara (District Bhandara)
Ignited Minds Societys Institute of Technology and Research, Sambhave
Gut No.241, 242, 243
Sambhave (District Pune (Poona))
Late AM Patil Public Education Societys Mankaranabai Vinayakrao Marathi College of Education, Sakri
Sakri (District Dhule)
Late Govind Rao Wanjari Group of Colleges, Nagpur
156, Borkhedi Gate, Butibori
Nagpur (District Nagpur)
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