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Colleges Branch
    

 

COLLEGES BRANCH

 

       

Name Designation Contact no.
Dr. D.D.ARORA  Dean of Colleges

01744-238347 (O), EPABX No.: 2118, (O)2813 (R)

 LIST OF COLLEGES  

BRANCH PROFILE

The Colleges Branch, headed by the Dean of Colleges, is the administrative arm of the College Development Council established in 1978. The Branch constantly works in coordination with the affiliated Colleges/Institutes for promotion and raising the standards of education being imparted by them. More specifically, it performs the following important functions: -

 

It keeps close contact with the Colleges/Institutes with a view to helping them in the development of the academic and physical infrastructure as deemed necessary for the all round development of students. It helps the Colleges/Institutions in the selection and promotion of teachers and in improvement of their qualifications. It offers help and guidance to the Colleges/Institutes in the introduction of various types of new courses in enhancement of their intake capacity in the existing courses, and in strengthening support services and other amenities to the students.

 

It helps the Colleges/Institutes in the proper utilization of grants and efficient implementation of UGC approved projects. It lays down the procedure and rules/regulations for opening new Colleges/Institutes.

 

It helps the Colleges/Institutes in the exchange of information with the outside world, besides giving effect to the latest rules and regulations of the University /UGC/AICTE/DCI/MCI and other regulatory bodies.

 

It arranges the need based and periodical inspections of Colleges/Institutes and reviews the inspection reports and suggests remedies for discrepancies and irregularities.

 

It helps the Colleges/Institutes in holding elections to Governing Bodies; it also ensures their proper functioning. It helps Colleges /Institutes to resolve the local conflicting interests on merit.

 

Development needs of affiliated institutions are constantly assessed right from their inception and measures suggested to further their expansion through Inspection Committees. The functioning of every affiliated institution is periodically inspected after every three years.

 

Academic Audit of each affiliated institution in terms of number of courses being offered, teaching staff in place alongwith their mode of selection and qualifications, the existing teacher-taught ratio and performance of students in University Examinations, the existing library and laboratory facilities, etc., is regularly carried out after every three year. From this academic session of 2006-07, all the affiliated institutions have been asked to prepare their individual yearly updated profiles including information on all the important academic variables and to display the same on their websites. Efforts to develop state of the art infrastructure in terms of laboratories, IT and library facilities and to foster a quality culture in the affiliated institutions are made through C.D.C. meetings, inspection committees for the introduction of new courses and periodical inspection committees.

 

At present there are 213 colleges/institutions under the jurisdiction of this University the details of which are as under :-

 

Category of College/Institution Number 

  • Arts,Science & Commerce                          93
  • Sanskrit                                                     01
  • Colleges of Education                                  59
  • Ayurvedic Colleges                                      02
  • Engg. Colleges                                           13
  • Dental colleges                                           05
  • Physiotherapy Colleges                               05
  • Medical Colleges                                        01
  • Management & Computer Applications         15
  • Hotel Management                                      01
  • B.Sc. Nursing                                             08
  • Law College( 3 years)                                  02