About University Campus

kurukshetra University Kurukshetra  is spread over 400 acres of land on the south bank of the holy Brahmsarovar. Its foundation stone was laid on 11 January 1957 by Bharatratna Dr.Rajendra Prasad, the first President of the Indian Republic. Since then it has aimed at pursuing excellence in teaching and research in science, technology, humanities, social sciences, performing arts and sports.Today, Kurukshetra University is offering world-class education to students from throughout India and other countries by providing a learning experience designed to develop intellectual abilities, as well as social, moral and ethical values. The University is equipping its students with the skills, insights, attitudes and practical experience that will enable them to become discerning citizens.The University’s programs combine the enduring value of a liberal arts education with the skills and experience offered by professional departments.


Applications are invited for the post of RA / SRF / JRF in CSIR sponsored  project (No. 03(1170)/10/EMR-II) entitled  “Interaction of laser beams with quantum plasma: Parametric instabilities and field generation”.
Research Associate
Senior Research Fellow (SRF) 
Junior Research Fellow (JRF)
The position is purely temporary and is co-terminus with the project, which is for a period of three years. The fellowship  terms and conditions will be as per CSIR guidelines.Applications on plain paper with full details (name, qualifications, age, e-mail ID, contact number etc.) should reach to  Dr. Punit Kumar, Department of Physics, Lucknow University, Lucknow-226007 (e-mail : punitkumar@hotmail.com), by 28th, April, 2011.
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International Perspective of Study

University Of Hyderabad accords a high priority to the internationalization of its teaching and research programs. The University has been accepting students from various countries, including Iran, Myanmar, Thailand, Mongolia, Syria, Tanzania, Yemen, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Philippines, Ethiopia, South Africa, Guyana, Uzbekistan and Japan. The Study in India Program (SIP) attracts hundreds of students from Europe and North America for short-term courses. The University is witnessing an unprecedented visibility at the international level, with several top institutions of the world coming forward to enter into academic partnerships. Attempts are being made to undertake joint research and teaching projects that allow credit transfers and grant of joint degrees to students, in areas of mutual benefit.The Office of International Affairs coordinates the University's international collaborations in close contact with the university leadership, various faculties and departments. The office is responsible for the University's bilateral agreements and participation in networks and organizations.

Admission Process of Hyderabad University

The University offers facilities for Post-Graduate, 5 -Year Integrated Master’s Degree Courses, and Research Studies in several major areas in Sciences, Humanities, Social Sciences, Performing Arts, Fine Arts, Communication, Management Studies, Medical Sciences, and in Engineering Sciences & Technology.Admission to the University is open to all who fulfill the prescribed qualifications without any distinction of race, caste, creed, language or sex. The selection is made strictly on the basis of merit at the entrance examination.No student shall be eligible for admission to the Post-Graduate Degree/Diploma Courses unless she/he has successfully completed a three year Undergraduate Degree through an examination conducted by a University/ Autonomous College. However, as a transitory measure, a candidate who has passed a two‑year degree course may also be considered for admission provided she/he has undergone a further one‑year bridge course and passed the same.

Sample Paper of M.Sc.

Kurukshetra University,Kurukshetra
Sample question paper for M.Sc.(Microbiology) entrance test
 1. Question paper  comprises of 50 questions.
2. Each question has four options (a), (b), (c) and (d) out of which one is correct.
    The candidate is required to darken completely the correct option in the OMR 
    Answer Sheet supplied separately.
3. Each correct answer carries 2 marks.
4. no negative marking.
5. The question paper along with the OMR  answer sheet is to be handed over by
     the candidate to the invigilator at the end of the examination.
 Two sample questions are given below
 One gene one enzyme hypothesis was proposed by
(a) Lederberg and Tatum                    (b) Beedle and Tatum
(c) Watson and Crick                          (d) Korenberg and Nirenberg
Important producer of botulinum toxin is
(a) Penicillium                                    (b) Aspergillus
(c) mushrooms                                    (d) Clostridium

Anti Ragging System

If education, and particularly Higher Education, is to serve as the lever to the great surge forward of the Indiannation, the scourge of ragging which corrodes the vitals of our campuses needs to be curbed.Appreciating this, the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India was pleased to direct us to give suggestions on the means of prevention of ragging in educational institutions. We feel privileged to submit our report on the menace of ragging and measures to curb it. When we embarked on this task, we did not anticipate the
overwhelming response and the enormous interest that would be generated by this topic. Interviews andinteractions with academics, students (including victims of ragging), parents, teachers, administrators,employees of universities and colleges, civil society activists, psychologists , sociologists, legalexperts, media persons, political representatives, office bearers of student organizations and statutory authorities, representatives of State Governments and local authorities – the list is long – helped us in understanding the enormity of the challenge. Although we were granted a time-frame of four months to submit our report, and indeed it  was possible to do so with the secondary evidence available to us, we express our gratitude to the Hon’ble Supreme Court for granting us the liberty of an additional four weeks so that we could incorporate an interesting analysis of the survey of responses from over ten thousand students.

Know about Agra University

The foundation of Dr B. R. Ambedkar University (originally known as Agra University) was laid on the 1st of July, 1927, as a result of hectic efforts of a band of enthusiastic educationists like Rev. Canon A.W. Davis, Munshi Narain Prasad Asthana, Dr L.P. Mathur, Lala Dewan Chand, Rai Bahadur Anand Swaroop and Dr Brajendra Swaroop,. Original jurisdiction of University extended over United Provinces of Agra, Central India and Rajputana with 14 affiliated colleges and 2530 students of which, 1475 students belonged to United Provinces. Initially, there were only four faculties in the University viz. Arts, Sciences, Commerce and Law. Faculties of Medicine (1936), Agriculture (1938), Home Science (1980), Basic Sciences (1981), Fine Arts (1982) and Management (1994) were added subsequently. A decisive characteristic in influencing the education of an academic institution is the pursuit of excellence and consistent adherence to high standard in terms of imparting knowledge promoting research. During last eighty three years the University has endeavoured to keep adopting these high ideas and has established rich traditions and evolved respect from the intellectual community. University has sincerely served the cause of higher education in northern India. The ancient principle of integrating ethical and moral values in education has been the endeavour of the University. To inculcate these essential values in its students academicians have been assiduously trying to sharpen the content and curriculum of the University. The University was renamed as Dr. B. R. Ambedkar University in 1996. The University now caters to the educational need of the seven districts of Agra Division Agra, Aligarh, Mainpuri, Hathras, Firozabad, Etah and Mathura. Besides, the University is proud of having affiliated to it, Sarojini Naidu Medical College, which is one of the oldest and premier Medical Institute of the country. At present university has approx 200 affiliated colleges and 15 residential Institutes spread out in its four residential campus viz. Paliwal Park, Khandari Campus, Civil Lines Campus and Chhaleshar Campus. Furthermore, this university affiliates colleges of Homeopathy, extending all over the State of U.P.

History of JMI Delhi

Introduction-Jamia Millia Islamia, an institution originally established at Aligarh in United Provinces, India in 1920 became a Central University by an act of the Indian Parliament in 1988. In Urdu language, Jamia means ‘University’, and Millia means ‘National’.The story of its growth from a small institution in the pre-independence India to a central university located in New Delhi—offering integrated education from nursery to research in specialized areas—is a saga of dedication, conviction and vision of a people who worked against all odds and saw it growing step by step. They “built up the Jamia Millia stone by stone and sacrifice by sacrifice,” said Sarojini Naidu, the nightingale of India.

Conception-Under the colonial British rule, two dominant trends joined hands and contributed towards in the birth of Jamia. One was the anti-colonial Islamic activism and the other was the pro-independence aspiration of the politically radical section of western educated Indian Muslim intelligentsia. In the political climate of 1920, the two trends gravitated together with Mahatma Gandhi as a catalyst. The anti-colonial activism signified by the Khilafat and the pro-independence aspirations symbolised by the non-cooperation movement of the Indian National Congress helped to harness creative energies and the subsequent making of Jamia Millia Islamia. Rabindranath Tagore called it “one of the most progressive educational institutions of India”.Responding to Gandhiji’s call to boycott all educational institutions supported or run by the colonial regime, a group of nationalist teachers and students quit Aligarh Muslim University, protesting against its pro-British inclinations.

National Symposium and Conference

The 7th National Symposium and Conference on Solid State Chemistry and Allied Areas will be organized by the Department of Chemistry, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi in association with the Indian Association of Solid State Chemists and Allied Scientists (ISCAS) during November 24-26, 2011.

The programme will provide an opportunity to the scientific community at the national level to discuss the latest developments in solid state chemistry and allied areas and their applications.

The main topics to be discussed in the symposium/conference include:

  • Synthesis and Characterization of Materials.
  • Instrumental Techniques for Analysis in the Solid State.
  • Nanomaterials, Nanocomposites, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
  • Carbon (graphene, nanotubes, fullerenes) Materials and Applications
  • Electrical, Magnetic, Dielectric, Optical and Thermoelectric Properties of Solids.
  • Layered Compounds, Intercalation, Microporous and Mesoporous Compounds
  • New High Tc Superconductors,
  • Catalytic Materials
  • Biomaterials
  • Conducting Polymers and Polymer Composites
  • Nuclear Materials and Effects of Radiations on Solids
  • Organic - Inorganic Hybrid Materials
  • Advanced Materials
  • Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage
  • Soft materials from surfactants, polymers and dendrimers;
  • Transition Metal Oxides, Solid Solutions and Nanocrystals
  • Regional Centres of IGNOU

    The Regional Centres (30), Sub-Regional Centres (5), IGNOU-Army Recognised Regional Centres (5), IGNOU-IAF Recognised Regional Centres (8), IGNOU-Navy Recognised Regional Centres (4) and IGNOU-Assam Rifles Recognised Regional Centre (1) are responsible for the promotion of the Open University system; development, maintenance and monitoring of Study Centres and Student Support Services; and organisation of staff development programmes in the region.

    How to establish (methodology)

    Regional Centres are established normally with cooperation and support of the respective State Governments. The perspective plan is to provide one Regional Centre for every state in the country.

    Functions of Regional Centre
    The Regional Centre has been defined under Section 2(J) of the IGNOU Act as under: "Regional Centre" means a Centre established or maintained by the University for the purpose of coordinating and supervising the work of the Study Centres in any region and for performing such other functions as may be conferred on such Centre by the Board of Management (BoM).

    Further, under Section 5(1) (XXII) of the Act, the University is empowered to confer autonomous status to a Regional Centre have been established by IGNOU to coordinate and supervise the work of the Study Centres.


    Regional Centres, the sub-office of the University for all practical purposes, are also intended to act as resource centres of the University in respective regions. Regional Centres are centres for training coordinators/counsellors/other functionaries and would provide a venue for the students and the academic counsellors to express their responses with reference to a particular subject. Responsibility for random checking of student assignment, if needed, would also lie with Regional Centres. Therefore, following facilities have been provided at Regional Centres:

    Women Complains Committee

    In partial modification of the notification issued vide Endst.No.Acad./127/2010/563-603
    dated 17.04.2010, the Vice-Chancellor is pleased to reconstitute the Women Complains
    Committee/Grievance Cell as under:
    1. Prof. (Mrs.) Riecha Tanwar, Chairman
    Director, Women Studies Research Centre, KUK
    2. Ms. Kumud Bansal, Sirsa Member
    Golden OAK, opposite Surkhab Palace
    Hisar Road, Sirsa
    3. Prof. Sultan Singh, Member
    Dean Academic Affairs
    Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa
    4. Prof. Shamsher Singh Jang Bahadur, Proctor Member
    Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa
    5. Dr. (Mrs.) Monika Verma, Reader, Member
    Department of Physical Education
    Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa
    6. Dr. (Mrs.) Deepti Dharmani, Reader, Member-Secretary
    Department of English
    Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa
    The Committee shall be at Liberty to associate any expert to aid the committee in an
    enquiry, as and when required, but that person shall not be the member of the Committee.

    Youth Welfare Committee

    (Established by the State Legislature Act 9 of 2003)
    The Vice-Chancellor is pleased to constitute the Youth Welfare Committee as under-
    1. Vice-Chancellor President
    2. Prof. Vikram Singh, Chief Warden Vice-President
    3. Dean, Students’ Welfare Member
    4. Procter Member
    5. Chief-Warden, Member
    6. Registrar Member
    7. Dr. Abhey Singh Godara, Chairperson, Dept.of Economics Member
    8. Director-Principal, Member
    Chaudhary Devi Lal Memorial Engineering College,
    Panniwala Mota, Sirsa
    9. Two students nominated by President:
    (i) Mr. Amit Kumar (Dept. of Commerce, M.Com Final) and
    (ii) Mr. Vikash Kumar (Dept. of FST, M.Sc. (F) Members
    10. Director, Youth Welfare Secretary
    A copy of the above is forwarded to the following for information and necessary
    1. All the Chairpersons of University Teaching Departments, Chaudhary Devi Lal
    University, Sirsa.
    2. Assistant Registrar (Estt.), Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa.
    3. All the above Members of the Youth Welfare Committee, Chaudhary Devi Lal
    University, Sirsa.
    4. The Incharge, University Website, Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa. He is
    requested to update the above said constitution.
    5. PS to Vice-Chancellor (for kind information of the Vice-Chancellor), Chaudhary
    Devi Lal University, Sirsa.
    6. PA to Registrar (for kind information of the Registrar), Chaudhary Devi Lal
    University, Sirsa.
    Dy. Registrar (Academic)

    History of Haryana Public service Commission

    Public Service Commissions, both at the Union and at the State level, are amongst the most important Public Institutions with long traditions which have served well. The establishment of this Institution had its origin in the history of Indian nationalism and the persistent demand of the leaders of freedom movement for progressive Indianisation of the Civil Service under British Raj. The Montagu-Chelmsford Report accepted in principle the demand for Indianisation of the higher civil services and accordingly a provision for this was made in the Government of India Act, 1919. The Royal Commission of the Superior Civil Service in India under the Chairmanship of Lord Lee, in its 1924 Report, recommended setting up of Public Service Commission of India. The Public Service Commission of India was set up on 1st October, 1926 under the Chairmanship of Sir Ross Barker.
    The first Commission at the provincial level was the Madras Service Commission established in 1930 under a 1929 Act of the Madras legislature. The Government of India Act, 1935 provided for the establishment of a Public Service Commission for each Province. Accordingly, under the 1935 Act seven Public Service Commissions were established in 1937 for the provinces of Assam (at Shillong), Bengal (at Calcutta), Bombay and Sindh (at Bombay), Central Provinces, Bihar and Orissa (at Ranchi), Madras (at Madras), Punjab and North-West (at Lahore) and the United Provinces (at Allahabad). All the State Public Service Commissions including the successors of the older Provincial Public Service Commissions came to be established after the reorganization of States after independence.
    The State of Haryana came into existence under the provisions of Punjab Re-Organization Act, 1966 (No. 31 of 1966), with effect from 1st November, 1966, when the Haryana Public Service Commission also came into existence.
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    Know about MDU Rohtak

    Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak was established through an Act of Legislative Assembly of Haryana in the year 1976 with a specific objective. "To establish and incorporate a teaching-cum-affiliating University at Rohtak for the encouragement of interdisciplinary higher education and research with special emphasis on studies of Life Sciences and Environmental and Ecological Sciences". During the last over 26 years of its existence the University has achieved a remarkable degree of success in its expansion programmes, infrastructural developments and in academic excellence. Moving from the limited original objective of studies in Life Sciences, the University today functions under 13 faculties with 27 post-graduate departments on the campus running 77 academic programmes There are 66 Boards of Studies for developing and designing courses in different disciplines.Besides the main Campus, there are 2 satellite campuses - Regional Centre running post-graduate teaching at Rewari and National Law College at Gurgaon. As an affiliating University, it has 126 institutions and colleges under its control with an enrolment of about 1.70 lacs students. Among the premier professional institutions, we have the prestigious Post-Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences at Rohtak with 986 bedded hospital, Medical College and Post Graduate MD/MS Medical studies in 21 disciplines, 9 P.G. Diplomas & a Medical College at Agroha apart from a Dental College at Rohtak.Among affiliated institutes, the University has a number of Engineering Colleges, Computer and Management Studies institutes, Pharmaceutical Colleges etc. On Campus, we have a Directorate of Distance Education with an enrolment of 45000 students for 24 professional and non-professional courses. The University has established six Chairs to conduct research on the lives and contributions of some eminent Indians.
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    Admission List of KUK

    (Established by the State Legislature Act XII of 1956)
    (“A” Grade, NAAC Accredited)
    Dated : 19.03.2011
    ADMISSION LIST (2010-11)
    Following candidates have been selected for admission to Ph.D. course in the
    Chemistry Department for the session 2010-11 in addition to the earlier admissions on
    the basis of the list approved by the Vice-Chancellor vide letter No. Ph.D. Regn./11/414
    dated 18.03.2011. This admission list is provisionally subject to confirmation of
    eligibility and verification of original certificates/documents etc. The candidates are
    required to get their certificates/documents checked from the office of the undersigned
    between 19.03.2011 to 22.03.2011 and get the Admission Slips.
    After getting the Admission Slip, the candidates are required to deposit their dues
    latest by 22.03.2011 and intimate the office of the Chairman. If they fail to deposit their
    dues by the above mentioned date, their provisional admission will automatically stand
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    Ph.D.Programme of IGNOU

    Admissions to various programmes of the University are open as per the academic calendar. These announcements are widely published through national and regional media. Forms are available at regional centres.

    • For Management Programmes admission announcements are issued twice a year March/April and September/October. Entrance Tests are held twice a year on the first Sunday of February and on the first Sunday of August.

    • For BA (Bachelor of Arts), B Com(Bachelor of Commerce), B.Sc(Bachelor of Science), BCA (Bachelor of Computer Applications), BTS(Bachelor of Tourism Studies), MA(English), MA(Hindi) admission announcements are issued in May/June session for July session

    • Admission to Bachelor of Education(B Ed) Bachelor of Information Technology(BIT) Advanced Diploma in Information Technology(ADIT) programmes are available through a national entrance test, which is conducted on the first Sunday of August. Advertisement inviting applications for the entrance test is usually issued in April/May

    • For Commonwealth Executive Master of Business Adminstration(CEMBA) and Commonwealth Executive Master of Public Administration(CEMPA) the advertisements are issued in April and October every year for the entrance tests to be held in May and November for July and January Session respectively.

    • For Bachelor's Preparatory Programme and all Certificate Programmes (Except Certificate in Rural Surgery(CRS) and Certificate in Teaching of Primary School Mathematics(CTPM) there is walk-in-admissions throughout the year. Application forms submitted between 01 June and 30 November will be considered for January session while applications received between 01 December and 31 May will be considered for July session.

    • For Doctoral programmes, application forms submitted between 01 April and 30 September are considered for January session while applications received between 01 October and 31 March are considered for July session

    • For all other programmes admission announcements are issued in May/June and the last date for submission of filled-in application forms is 15 September. The academic session starts from 01 January.